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2018-11-01 22:39:24
William Shakespeare
London: John Bell. The collection includes all of his major dramatic works, with plates throughout. The first two volumes here are a remarkably comprehensive and broad prolegomena to his works, and offer interesting analysis of Shakespeare from an era where many of his plays were often interpreted differently, both in their production and in their critical reception. They include Mr Pope's Preface, Mr Theobald's Preface, Sir T. Hanmer's Preface, Dr Warburton's Preface, Dr Johnson's Preface, Mr Stevens's Advertisement to the Second Edition, the unattributed essay On The Origin of The English Stage, the text of the Globe's company's License for Acting, a list of the original actors, and extracts from entries of the Stationer's Company, Mr Malone's Chronology, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, and other fascinating arcana. The subsequent eighteen volumes contain on the plays themselves, along with annotations by Samuel Johnson and George Stevens. These annotations are one of the joys of this particular work, preserving as they do the learned comments of two of 18th century England's foremost scholars in their reading of the plays. From Copac: The general title pages are dated 1788, but the plays have separate pagination and title-pages, with dates 1785, 1786, and 1788. The annotations at the ends of the plays also have separate title-pages all with the date 1787. A landmark in the cultural and critical reception of England's greatest author. The full set comprises of: Volume I: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespeare Volume II: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-01 07:58:06
William Shakespeare
London: John Bell. The collection includes all of his major dramatic works, with plates throughout. The first two volumes here are a remarkably comprehensive and broad prolegomena to his works, and offer interesting analysis of Shakespeare from an era where many of his plays were often interpreted differently, both in their production and in their critical reception. They include Mr Pope's Preface, Mr Theobald's Preface, Sir T. Hanmer's Preface, Dr Warburton's Preface, Dr Johnson's Preface, Mr Stevens's Advertisement to the Second Edition, the unattributed essay On The Origin of The English Stage, the text of the Globe's company's License for Acting, a list of the original actors, and extracts from entries of the Stationer's Company, Mr Malone's Chronology, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, and other fascinating arcana. The subsequent eighteen volumes contain on the plays themselves, along with annotations by Samuel Johnson and George Stevens. These annotations are one of the joys of this particular work, preserving as they do the learned comments of two of 18th century England's foremost scholars in their reading of the plays. From Copac: The general title pages are dated 1788, but the plays have separate pagination and title-pages, with dates 1785, 1786, and 1788. The annotations at the ends of the plays also have separate title-pages all with the date 1787. A landmark in the cultural and critical reception of England's greatest author. The full set comprises of: Volume I: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespeare Volume II: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-01 07:58:06
William Shakespeare
London: John Bell. The collection includes all of his major dramatic works, with plates throughout. The first two volumes here are a remarkably comprehensive and broad prolegomena to his works, and offer interesting analysis of Shakespeare from an era where many of his plays were often interpreted differently, both in their production and in their critical reception. They include Mr Pope's Preface, Mr Theobald's Preface, Sir T. Hanmer's Preface, Dr Warburton's Preface, Dr Johnson's Preface, Mr Stevens's Advertisement to the Second Edition, the unattributed essay On The Origin of The English Stage, the text of the Globe's company's License for Acting, a list of the original actors, and extracts from entries of the Stationer's Company, Mr Malone's Chronology, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, and other fascinating arcana. The subsequent eighteen volumes contain on the plays themselves, along with annotations by Samuel Johnson and George Stevens. These annotations are one of the joys of this particular work, preserving as they do the learned comments of two of 18th century England's foremost scholars in their reading of the plays. From Copac: The general title pages are dated 1788, but the plays have separate pagination and title-pages, with dates 1785, 1786, and 1788. The annotations at the ends of the plays also have separate title-pages all with the date 1787. A landmark in the cultural and critical reception of England's greatest author. The full set comprises of: Volume I: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespeare Volume II: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-01 07:58:06
The Dramatick Writings Of Will. Shakespeare
The collection includes all of his major dramatic works, with plates throughout. The first two volumes here are a remarkably comprehensive and broad prolegomena to his works, and offer interesting analysis of Shakespeare from an era where many of his plays were often interpreted differently, both in their production and in their critical reception. They include Mr Pope's Preface, Mr Theobald's Preface, Sir T. Hanmer's Preface, Dr Warburton's Preface, Dr Johnson's Preface, Mr Stevens's Advertisement to the Second Edition, the unattributed essay On The Origin of The English Stage, the text of the Globe's company's License for Acting, a list of the original actors, and extracts from entries of the Stationer's Company, Mr Malone's Chronology, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, and other fascinating arcana. The subsequent eighteen volumes contain on the plays themselves, along with annotations by Samuel Johnson and George Stevens. These annotations are one of the joys of this particular work, preserving as they do the learned comments of two of 18th century England's foremost scholars in their reading of the plays. From Copac: The general title pages are dated 1788, but the plays have separate pagination and title-pages, with dates 1785, 1786, and 1788. The annotations at the ends of the plays also have separate title-pages all with the date 1787. A landmark in the cultural and critical reception of England's greatest author. The full set comprises of: Volume I: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespeare Volume II: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-31 19:32:49
Kant, Immanuel
Riga. Johann Friedrich Hartknoch 1788. Erstausgabe / First Edition. 8vo. 292 S. Halbleder-Einband der Zeit mit Rückenschildchen und Goldprägung, fünf Bünden, sowie marmoriertem Überzugspapier und allseitigem Rotschnitt. / Half-Leather Binding of the period with gold-embossed leather label on the spine, marbled paper. Einband etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten leicht beschabt, etwas lichtbedingte Papierbräunung, leichte Exlibrisspuren auf Vorsatz, Besitzvermerk auf Titelseite, sonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar / Binding and edges somewhat worn, light traces of Exlibris paper on the front endpapers, some light browning of paper, a handwritten name on the title page, otherwise in very good, near fine order. Versand D: 2,80 EUR
Bookseller: HENNWACK - Berlins größtes Antiquariat [Germany]
2018-10-31 07:33:15
Bible . English. Authorized. 1788.
Printed for the Propietors; and Sold By All of the Booksellers in the United States / William Woodhouse Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. / Berwick, England, 1788. [1136] p., [9] leaves of plates. Evans 20960. Hills 16. General title page states, "The Christian's new and complete family Bible. At the bottom states, "Philadelphia: Printed for the Proprietors; and sold by all of the booksellers in the United States., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]." The American Antiquarian Society states, "The only copy, located at NYPL, is too tightly bound to reproduce" [on microcards]. The AAS description continues, "Printed in Berwick, England, by John Taylor. The New Testament has a separate title page, with imprint: " Berwick [Eng.], Printed by and for John Taylor; and sold by the booksellers of London, and by all the other booksellers of Great-Britain." Advertised in the Nov. 4, 1788, issue of the Pennsylvania Packet as "The first family Bible published in America ! Proposals for publishing by subscription, by W. Woodhouse. The Christian's new and complete family Bible.The whole to be completed in seventy-five numbers, at one eighth of a dollar each.Number I will be published on Saturday Nov. 15, which will be given an elegant frontispiece." Advertised in the May 26, 1790, issue of the Freeman's Journal, Philadelphia, as "This day published and sold by all of the booksellers, no. 77 of the Christians's new and complete family Bible. This is the end of the New and Old Testaments. The Apocrypha (which will soon be ready) will therefore be delivered gratis to subscribers; the number of whom is almos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gordon Hopkins Americana [Yardley, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-10-27 16:47:36
Sir Torbern Bergman; Edmund Cullen
London: J. Murray and William Creech, 1788. Translated from the original Latin of Sir Torbern Bergman by Edmund Cullen. Torbern Olaf Bergman (1735 - 1784) was a Swedish chemist and mineralogist noted for his 1775 Dissertation on Elective Attractions, containing the largest chemical affinity tables ever published. Bergman was the first chemist to use the A, B, C, etc., system of notation for chemical species. With five fold-out plates and tables to volume one, including a Synoptical Table, and two fold-out plates to volume two. Collated and Complete. Scarce. CONDITION Re-bound in quarter-calf bindings. Externally very smart with some shelfwear only. Internally firmly bound with generally bright and clean pages throughout - minor browning due to age, with some tidemarks to the rear of volume 2. Ink signature to title page of volume 1. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-25 07:30:23
Adams, John
Volumes two and three only (of three). [4],451; [2],528,[36]pp. Contemporary calf, gilt morocco labels. All boards present, but front board detached from second volume and rear board detached from third volume. Lightly age-toned. Good. Lacks the first volume. In a half morocco and cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. This set bears the ownership signature of Charles Adams (1770-1800), second son of President John Adams, the author of this work. The second volume bears a presentation inscription from Charles Adams on the front pastedown. There is also an inscription on a front fly leaf of the third volume reading, "Uranian Society from Charles Adams," likely in the hand of another person. Though we cannot be certain, it is quite possible that President Adams himself gave these volumes to his son, Charles. At the age of nine Charles Adams travelled with his father and his older brother, John Quincy, to Europe, returning to America two years later. He graduated from Harvard in 1789 and moved to New York, where his father had assumed the position of George Washington's vice president. Charles lived with his parents for a time when he initially moved to New York, studied law for three years (for a brief period in the office of Alexander Hamilton), established a practice in New York in 1792, and married in 1795. Ultimately, Charles was a disappointment to his father, living a dissolute life and dying of complications of alcoholism at the age of thirty. The Uranian Society, to which these volumes were at some point given by Charles Adams, was a debating society under the auspices of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-10-24 19:28:43
John Fauchereaud Grimke & Thomas Pinckney
Philadelphia: : Printed by R. Aitken & Son, at Pope's Head in Market-Street., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788]. FIRST EDITION. viii, 510, 2 pp. Original/early leather binding. Front board has been sewn onto binding. No spine label. Leather scraped, light foxing and toning. Early owner names in period ink on ffep and what appears to be a different name (also in period ink) on the title page (see pics). Error in paging: p. 210-216 mis-numbered 110-116 (though an early owner in period ink wrote over the "1" with a "2" on these pages to correct this). Text is complete! Evans 21472. Sabin 88013. Turnbull, I:263. While a 1799 edition is currently available on the market for over $13K, I can find no auction records for the 1788 edition, nor any record of a copy ever offered for sale at a major auction. I also have an incomplete copy of this title (a interleaved Volume One only) available as a separate listing on eBay. Worldcat locates only four copies of this title. Incredibly SCARCE title, again never seen at a major auction. An important item of South Carolina history! Not Ex-Lib. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-10-23 08:24:46
KIPPIS, Andrew.
Beddie 37 (other issue); Forbes 169 (other issue); Sabin 37955 4to (issue ambiguous). First French edition of the first biography of James Cook, "which, despite its many disappointing aspects, should be included in any comprehensive collection" (Davidson). The present copy is in the rarer of two simultaneous issues, without the translator's name on the title-page (this issue not recorded in the literature, though in some descriptions the issue remains ambiguous). Kippis first published his biography in London in 1788 as The life of Captain James Cook. Although it contains some significant errors and is primarily concerned with Cook's naval career, it provides a valuable account of his three voyages, remaining the standard biography until Young's Life and voyages of Captain James Cook (1836). IKippis derived his account of Cook's death at Kealakekua Bay from Samwell's Narrative of the death of Captain James Cook (1786). The appendix contains Helen Maria Williams's ode to Tahiti, "the Morai".The present copy is enhanced with two portraits of Cook, engraved soon after the book's publication. With an occasional minor spot and in the second half an unobtrusive small worm hole in the upper outside corner but still in very good condition and with large margins. The binding is rubbed and the corners and spine damaged, with much of the gold tooling on the spine lost. First French edition of the standard early biography of Captain Cook, with 2 portraits extra added.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-10-22 08:32:56
Sir Torbern Bergman; Edmund Cullen
London: J. Murray and William Creech, 1788. Translated from the original Latin of Sir Torbern Bergman by Edmund Cullen. Torbern Olaf Bergman (1735 - 1784) was a Swedish chemist and mineralogist noted for his 1775 Dissertation on Elective Attractions, containing the largest chemical affinity tables ever published. Bergman was the first chemist to use the A, B, C, etc., system of notation for chemical species. With five fold-out plates and tables to volume one, including a Synoptical Table, and two fold-out plates to volume two. Collated and Complete. Scarce. CONDITION Re-bound in quarter-calf bindings. Externally very smart with some shelfwear only. Internally firmly bound with generally bright and clean pages throughout - minor browning due to age, with some tidemarks to the rear of volume 2. Ink signature to title page of volume 1. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-22 06:09:47
VARGAS Y PONCE, JOSE DE / y / ANTONIO CÓRDOBA
Viuda De Ibarra, Madrid, 1788. La portada no reseña autores, pero son los que reseñamos . 2 Tomos en 1 Volumen: 1º :1grabado, más Portada, más 2 h, más 16 págs, más 1 plano plegado, más 359 págs ( con 4 estados plegados incluidos en la paginación ), más 5 planos. 2º : Apendice con 2 h, más 128 págs, más 1 estado plegado . Size: 24x18 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libros Madrid [Madrid, Spain]
2018-10-21 22:57:28
ANDREW KIPPIS
DUBLIN, IRELAND: Hi and WELCOME to ACADEMIC BOOKS . I AM NEW TO EBAY , BUT HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS SELLING RARE AND SCARCE ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS FOR THE PAST 40 YEARS SUPPLYING COLLECTORS , RESEARCHERS AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES AROUND THE WORLD. OVER THE NEXT COUPLE MONTHS I AM GOING TO BE LISTING HUNDREDS OF BOOKS ABOUT AMERICANA, CANADIANA, NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN , HISTORY , TRAVEL EXPLORATION , POLAR ARCTIC & ANTARCTICA , AUSTRALIA , BRITISH EMPIRE , ART PLUS Many More Topics. PLEASE CHECK BACK REGULARLY TO SEE THE LATEST BOOKS. Please Note: We can Combine Auctions / Purchases so you will Save Money on Shipping LIFE of CAPTAIN JAMES COOK By Andrew KIPPIS, D.D. F.R.S. And S.A. 1st Irish Edition.1788; Dublin, Ireland: Printed for Messrs H. Chamberlain, W. Colles, R. Cross, W. Gilbert, W. Wilson, L. White, P. Byrne, P Wogan, T. Stewart, J. Moore, and B. Dornin. Full leather, red title on spine which is slightly worn at of bottom, signature, dated 1858 inside front cover; also on title page; half-title, in very good condition, (no foxing), with pages xvi, 527 Frontispiece - Portrait of Captain James Cook CONTENTS Chapter 1. The History of Captain Cook's Life previously to his first Voyage round the World 2. Continuation of the History of Captain Cook's Life, to the End of his first Voyage round the World 3. The History of Captain Cook's Life, from the End of the first, to the Commencement of his second Voyage round the World 4. The History of Captain Cook's life during his second Voyage round the World 5. The History of Captain Cook's Life, from the Commencement of his second Voyag … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ACADEMIC BREN BOOKS [North Vancouver, British Columbia, CA]
2018-10-21 02:05:48
John Fauchereaud Grimke & Thomas Pinckney
Philadelphia: : Printed by R. Aitken & Son, at Pope's Head in Market-Street., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788]. FIRST EDITION. viii, 256 pp. Pages interleaved. Volume 1 only. Original leather binding with beautiful gilt title on leather label. Last few pages of text and endpaper loosening. Leather scraped, light foxing and toning. Owner name in period ink on ffep and what appears to be a different name (also in period ink) on the upper right corner of the title page (see pics). Error in paging: p. 210-216 misnumbered 110-116. While one source lists that issued as a 3-volume set, the pagination on this volume does not line up with that set ( that set lists as Vol. 1: viii, 168 p.; v. 2: [2], 169-344 p.; v. 3: [2], 345-510, [2] p.). Could have been that this one was bound as a 2-volume set instead? Evans 21472. Sabin 88013. Turnbull, I:263. While a 1799 edition is currently available on the market for over $13K, I can find no auction records for the 1788 edition, nor any record of a copy ever offered for sale at a major auction. Worldcat locates only four copies of which only one is interleaved as is this copy and that in three rather than four volumes. An interleaved copy, with two blank leaves inserted between each printed leaf; in addition, each volume has a separate printed title page designating Volume I, etc. Incredibly SCARCE title, again never seen at a major auction. An important item of South Carolina history! Not Ex-Lib. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-10-19 21:46:11
Virginia Laws]
Richmond, 1788. 47,[1],[2]pp. Folio. Half calf and marbled boards in antique style, leather label. Faint dampstain throughout, minor foxing, top portion of last (index) leaf lacking, costing about a fourth of the text. Still, a good copy. The rare session laws for the Virginia state legislature in 1787. Acts include an amendment of the public revenue laws to allow for support of the civil government and to alleviate debt, an amendment to an act regarding the militia, and acts concerning tobacco, courts, slavery, and numerous local issues. Most notable among the acts is "An Act concerning the Convention to be held in June next." This act lays out the provisions for payment of delegates to the Virginia Ratifying Convention in June 1788, where the new federal constitution would pass by a narrow vote of 89 to 79, making Virginia the tenth state to ratify the Constitution. A rare Virginia imprint, with only three copies in OCLC. EVANS 21549. SWEM 7544. SABIN 100302. OCLC 6624448, 6927007. ESTC W23694.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-10-19 10:01:03
MOLIERE .//. Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, dit Molière.
Paris, Compagnie des Libraires associes, 1788, 6 volumes, in-8, reliés, VIII-520 p. / 576 p. / [2]-558 p. / 560 p. / 776 p. / 704 p.. Portrait en frontispice d'après Mignard, gravé par L.-J. Cathelin, au tome 1, 33 gravures hors-texte d'après Moreau le jeune, gravées par divers. Reliure postérieure (vers 1860) plein maroquin janséniste rouge, dos à nerfs avec titre, tomaisons et date dorés, filet doré sur les coupes, large guirlande et filets dorés intérieurs, tranches dorées, dos assombris, petits frottements aux nerfs, début de fendillement à plusieurs mors mais reliure solide. Cette reliure n'est pas signée mais provient d'un grand atelier au vu de la qualité du travail. Tome I :Discours préliminaire, par Bret. Vie de Molière par Voltaire. Supplément à la Vie de Molière. L'Etourdi. Le Dépit amoureux. Les Précieuses ridicules. - Tome II : Sganarelle, ou le Cocu imaginaire. Dom Garcie de Navarre. L'École des maris. Les Fâcheux (avec le Prologue de P. Pellisson). Stances sur l'École des femmes, par M. Despréaux. L'École des femmes. - Tome III : La Critique de l'École des femmes. L'Impromptu de Versailles. Remerciement au roi en 1663. La Princesse d'Élide. Fêtes de Versailles en 1664. Le Mariage forcé. Don Juan. - Tome IV : 1er (-3e) placet. Le Tartuffe. Amphitryon. George Dandin. - Tome V : L'Avare. Fêtes de Versailles en 1668 (par A. Félibien). M. de Pourceaugnac. Les Amans magnifiques.Le Bourgeois gentilhomme. - Tome VI : Les Fourberies de Scapin. Psyché. Les Femmes savantes. La Comtesse d'Escarbagnas. Le Malade imaginaire. La Gloire du Val-de-Grâce. Très bon état. ****** … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Yves Oziol [France, Clermont-Ferrand]
2018-10-19 08:56:33
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
Autograph Letter Signed, to James Bridge, November 21, 1788, Braintree, Massachusetts. 2 pp. "Surrounded by the learning and ingenuity of three thousand years, a mind in the least stimulated by curiosity or ambition cannot complain of the tediousness of time; yet I often wish, I could more effectually . mingle the pleasures of an intercourse with my living friends, to those of a participation in the speculations of the 'mighty dead.'"While a student at Harvard College, John Quincy Adams spent the break between semesters in December 1786 and January 1787 at the college to work on his graduation address for the commencement in July 1787. James Bridge, "whose character as a scholar and a gentleman is inferior to none," according to Adams, remained there as well, and "we agreed to chum together during the vacation." They lived at the College and boarded at Divinity Professor Edward Wigglesworth's home.After they graduated from Harvard College in 1787, both John Quincy Adams and James Bridge studied law with Theophilus Parsons in Newburyport, Massachusetts, from 1787 to 1790. There, they were good friends and roommates. Complete Transcript Braintree Novr 21st 1788.My dear Friend. Indeed you were not mistaken when you judg'd what my feelings would be upon the perusal of your animated descriptions of the social enjoyments in which I have often shared. Your observation was anticipated by an involuntary sigh which came from my heart, and which I am sure you will not attribute to envy. It was the tribute of friendship, and has just now been repeated, upon the recollection, that at th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seth Kaller Inc. [White Plains, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-18 10:54:05
REJÓN DE SILVA, Diego Antonio].
En Segovia, En la Imprenta de D. Antonio Espinosa, 1788. 4°, mid-nineteenth-century quarter gray cloth over marbled boards (some rubbing to boards; minor wear at extremities), spine gilt, pink endleaves, text-block edges tinted green. Small typographical vignettes on title page. Occasional light dampstains. Light foxing to title page and a few other leaves. In good condition. Black-on-white pictorial printed ticket of Joaquin Garcia Icazbalceta in upper outer corner of front pastedown endleaf. (5 ll.), 217 pp. Main text in two columns. *** FIRST EDITION of this Spanish dictionary of painting, sculpture, architecture, engraving, carpentry and masonry, prepared for the Real Academia Española.Provenance: Joaquín García Icazbalceta (1824-1894) was a Mexican philologist, historian, bibliographer and bibliophile. He edited writings by Mexican authors who preceded him, wrote a biography of Juan de Zumárraga, and translated Prescott's Conquest of Mexico. His works on Colonial Mexico continue to be cited today. He spent the better part of his life amassing a large collection of books, documents, and manuscripts from the colonial era, which he used in his work. Icazbalceta was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1881. In addition to a number of other writings, he compiled the Indice alfabético de la bibliografía mexicana del siglo XVI.*** Palau 256839. García Malero, Bibliografia de la pintura española 72. Not in Whitehead, British Library Eighteenth-Century Spanish STC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-18 08:35:58
Thomas Martyn
London: B. White and Son. Condition: Near Fine. 1788, First Edition. Hardcover, 8vo., contemporary boards rebacked with modern leather. Complete, with 38 hand-colored plates, 72 pages of text, short preface and contents, single leaf of ads in rear. Very Good to Near fine. Binding with some stains. Contents with minor age-toning; the plates have remained clean and the coloring is still quite bold and vivid. Text at the bottom of the first plate appears to have been trimmed, but that's the only one. Old homemade bookplate affixed to front pastedown. A truly nice copy, with beautiful floral plates, including an Iris, Canna Lily and a Cannabis Sativa plate that would make Wiz Khalifa proud. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-18 06:04:45
(AUCTION CATALOGUE: HEYBROEK, Jan Willem)
3 p.l., [41]-120 pp. (lacking pp. 1-40). 8vo, 19th-century blue pebbled cloth-backed marbled boards (spine a little worn), spine gilt. [Rotterdam: Burgvliet & Bothal, 1788].A very rare sale catalogue, annotated in a contemporary hand with buyers' names, that provides valuable insight into the growing French interest for 17th and 18th century Dutch art and the primary dealers and runners who acted as agents for the voracious collectors of France. The sections of books (303 lots) and coins were not bound in this copy, but the art portion of 863 lots is complete.The contemporary annotations in this copy reveal the names of Dutch dealers and collectors of the day, such as van Dongen, Cremer, Heybroek (likely the son of the consigner), van der Laan, van der Pals, Robbens, Burgvliet, Bothal, etc. Another name which frequently appears is that of Jan (or Jean) Yver (1747-1814), an important art dealer in Amsterdam. With his father, Pierre (or Pieter), who died in 1787, they were two of the earliest Dutch dealers to develop an international clientele, which included Louis XVI, Joshua Reynolds, and Stanislaw Poniatowski, King of Poland, as well as many other members of the European upper class. This sale also came at a time when, thanks to the efforts of the famous dealers Jean Baptiste Pierre Lebrun and Edmé Gersaint before him, the French had developed an almost extreme passion for Northern painting. French dealers, several of whom are named here, exploited this opportunity by purchasing directly at Dutch auctions and then importing them to France.This catalogue descr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2018-10-18 02:53:46
RECUEIL DE VOYAGES XVIIIEME : ROOKE (Henri) // Jean-François MIMAUT (pseud. de Saint-Rémy) // d'ARBOIS frères // Victor DELPUECH de COMEIRAS // Anonyme COMPAGNIE DES INDES
A Londres, & Se vend à Paris, Chez Royez, 1788 // A Paris, Chez Huet, an VI // A Paris, De l'Imprimerie d'André, an sixième de la République // A Paris, Chez Debray Et chez Laran, an VI // A Londres, et se trouve à Paris, Chez Mme. Vve. Laurent Prault, 1787.5 parties in-8 : vj, 153 pp. // 61 pp. dont le titre // 104 pp. dont le titre // 139 pp. , 1 f. // 224 pp. (quelques rousseurs éparses dans l'ouvrage, accentuées et accompagnées de quelques cernes de mouillures anciennes dans la cinquième partie ; envoi récent manuscrit sur le feuillet de garde blanc liminaire). l'ensemble relié en un volume demi-basane beige, dos lisse orné, titre doré sur pièce de titre maroquin vert, plats papier chiné beige (sans la coiffe de tête, mors fendus ou fendillés pour partie - reliure de l'époque). Bon exemplaire de cet intéressant recueil factice de voyages : il renferme notamment l'édition originale de la traduction française de la relation du voyage de Rooke donnant des notions nouvelles sur la ville de Moka, le royaume de Sanaa, sur d'autres régions de l'Arabie et sur les Arabes Bédouins ; deux mémoires sur les Iles de Malte & Goze en Méditerranée, et les Iles Ioniennes & de la mer Egée, ainsi que deux ouvrages sur le commerce de l'Inde, tous en édition originale. DES PHOTOGRAPHIES NUMERIQUES SONT DISPONIBLES PAR E-MAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS MAY BE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Michèle Masson [France, Bordeaux]
2018-10-18 02:18:35
Antonio ZATTA (Venezia 1722 - 1804)
"Rara carta geografica che illustra i territori che furono teatro della guerra Russo-Turca del 1768-1774. Incentrata sull'area del Mar Nero, la mappa mostra tutte le principali città e le caratteristiche del territorio. La guerra russo-turca del 1768-1774 costituì la base dell'espansione russa nel vicino Oriente, e in particolare nella Penisola Balcanica. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei confini, lievi fioriture nei margini, gora d'umido sul lato destro, per il resto in buone condizioni. Così nella rivista ""Antologia Romana"", 1788, tomo decimo quarto, p. 136, nell'Avviso Geografico: ""Dar medesimi (Antonio Zatta e figli) sono state at tualmente poste sotto l incisione altre due carte geografiche rappresentanti il teatro della guerra presente tra la Russia e la porta Ottomana Con la maggior celerità va progredendo il lavoro di modo che lusingarsi possono di vederle tra non molto pubblicate Per la finezza del bulino e per l esattezza ancora con cui saranno eseguite sperano essi di meritarsi l universal gradimento Dette due carte saranno seguite dal quadro storico di tutti i fatti che andranno succedendo nell intero corso della dichiarata guerra scritto da dotta penna il quale verrà pubbli cato coi torchi del medesimo Zatta e figli del che ne daranno altro avviso al pubblico con opportuno manifesto""" A very uncommon, large, separately-issued map illustrating the seat of the Russo-Turkish War of 1768 - 1774. Centered on the Black Sea and the countries bordering it, the map depicts all the main towns, cities and geographical features. This conflict between Russia and t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-17 12:37:35
Oxford: Printed by W. Jackson and A. Hamilton, Printers to the University, 1788. A-H2, A-4Q3, A-O2. Folio. Contemporary full dark green morocco, covers gilt with outer Greek key roll, surrounding gilt dentelle border made up of alternating urn and floral tools, covers stamped in gilt with the arms of the Middle Temple, and beneath on front cover "Jerome Knapp Esq. / Treasurer /1789," spine in seven compartments with raised bands, compartments stamped in gilt with large urn tool and smaller floral tools, marbled endpapers. Covers darkened, some light wear to extremities, New York City Bar Association stamp on the title, accession stamp on verso, in custom blue cloth slipcase and chemise. Griffiths 17885; ESTC T81428. Provenance: Jerome Knapp (inscription stamped in gilt on front cover). Item #268203 Knapp (1722-1792) was the Clerk of the Haberdashers' Company, Clerk of the Assize on the Home Circuit in England and made Treasurer of the Middle Temple in 1789 (undoubedtly the occasion for this binding).
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [New York, New York, US]
2018-10-17 08:35:23
William Shakespeare
London: John Bell. The collection includes all of his major dramatic works, with plates throughout. The first two volumes here are a remarkably comprehensive and broad prolegomena to his works, and offer interesting analysis of Shakespeare from an era where many of his plays were often interpreted differently, both in their production and in their critical reception. They include Mr Pope's Preface, Mr Theobald's Preface, Sir T. Hanmer's Preface, Dr Warburton's Preface, Dr Johnson's Preface, Mr Stevens's Advertisement to the Second Edition, the unattributed essay On The Origin of The English Stage, the text of the Globe's company's License for Acting, a list of the original actors, and extracts from entries of the Stationer's Company, Mr Malone's Chronology, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, and other fascinating arcana. The subsequent eighteen volumes contain on the plays themselves, along with annotations by Samuel Johnson and George Stevens. These annotations are one of the joys of this particular work, preserving as they do the learned comments of two of 18th century England's foremost scholars in their reading of the plays. From Copac: The general title pages are dated 1788, but the plays have separate pagination and title-pages, with dates 1785, 1786, and 1788. The annotations at the ends of the plays also have separate title-pages all with the date 1787. A landmark in the cultural and critical reception of England's greatest author. The full set comprises of: Volume I: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writings of Will. Shakespeare Volume II: Prolegomena To The Dramatick Writing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-16 12:00:50
Sophocles; Brunck, Richard Francis Frederick
Strasbourg: Agentorati. Book condition: Very good + to near fine; spines a little faded, very slightly rubbed at edges. Title: Sophoclis Tragoediae Septem cum Scholiis Veteribus Versione Latina et Notis Accedunt Deperditorum Dramatum Fragmenta Author: Sophocles [Sophoclis], Rich. Franc. Phil. Brunck [edited by] 1514 Pp. [Tome I;432 p., Tome II; 549 p., Tome III; 533 p.] Publication date 1788. Three volume complete limited edition set [one of 250 sets], text in Greek and Latin. Book description: Contemporary green morocco, gilt, spines gilt in compartments, g.e. inner dentelles. Provenance: small oval gilt-stamped book-label of Ambroise Firmin Didot in each volume on inner front board and with old ink manuscript note by him on front free end paper of tome I. Condition: Very good + to near fine; spines a little faded, very slightly rubbed at edges. Dimensions: 8vo; 9 3/16" x 6" x 1 1/2" each volume. NOTE: Didbin wrote "The popularity of Brunck's edition was very great; and was exceeded by no work to which that celebrated name was attached. But the dearness of the quarto edition prevented many from purchasing it. Brunck, therefore, brought out an octavo edition, in three vols. 1786-8: containing the Scholia and indexes, fully as complete as the quarto. In the year 1789 [this edition date 1788] he published another octavo edition, in three vols., very handsomely printed, of which only 250 copies were struck off, at his own expense. In this latter edition, the Scholia of Triclinius, and other recent scholia, are omitted, and some fresh notes are added," (Rare & Valuable Edition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2018-10-16 05:48:05
William Thomson
London: printed for the author; and sold by J. Murray, 1788. First edition, 2 vols., 8vo, pp. vii, [1], 512; [2], 304; 2 engraved folding plans; contemporary tree calf, smooth spines with gilt decorations and red and black morocco labels; upper joint starting on vol. I, extremities lightly rubbed; a very good set. Thomson (1746-1817) was an interesting man of various literary talents who wrote on many subjects, including biographies, voyages and travels, military treatises, and Biblical commentary; he made translations, continuations, wrote plays, and for ten years prepared the historical part of Dodsley's Annual Register. He did not serve in India, and compiled this account from other sources. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-14 08:47:50
Sir Torbern Bergman; Edmund Cullen
London: J. Murray and William Creech, 1788. Translated from the original Latin of Sir Torbern Bergman by Edmund Cullen. Torbern Olaf Bergman (1735 - 1784) was a Swedish chemist and mineralogist noted for his 1775 Dissertation on Elective Attractions, containing the largest chemical affinity tables ever published. Bergman was the first chemist to use the A, B, C, etc., system of notation for chemical species. With five fold-out plates and tables to volume one, including a Synoptical Table, and two fold-out plates to volume two. Collated and Complete. Scarce. CONDITION Re-bound in quarter-calf bindings. Externally very smart with some shelfwear only. Internally firmly bound with generally bright and clean pages throughout - minor browning due to age, with some tidemarks to the rear of volume 2. Ink signature to title page of volume 1. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-14 05:38:43
[REQUIEN, Esprit].
WorldCat (7 copies); not in BMC NH; Junk, Thesaurus (Cat. 278). A very rare, interleaved catalogue listing the shells found on Corsica, written by the eminent French naturalist, botanist, paleontologist and macalogist Esprit Requien (1788-1852). Requien dedicated most of his life to the first botanical inventory of Corsica and founded the library of the Musée d'Histoire in Avignon. In 1839 he donated his scientific collection and a large part of his collection of books to the Fondation Calvet, who still run the Museum Requien.Foot of spine damaged; wrappers slightly soiled. Very rare conchological work on Corsica in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-10-12 01:41:56
Please see full details below. DETAILS: Titles: 1. A Poetical, Supplicating, Modest, And Affecting Epistle To Those Literary Colossuses, The Reviewers. A New Edition, 1789. 2. Lyric Odes To The Royal Academicians For 1782. A New Edition, 1790. 3. More Lyric Odes To The Royal Academicians. The Fifth Edition, 1789. 4. Lyric Odes For The Year 1785. A New Edition, 1791. 5. Farewell odes For The Year 1786. Fifth Edition, 1788. 6. A Poetical And Congratulatory Epistle To James Boswell, Esq. On His Journal Of A Tour Of The Hebrides With The Celebrated Dr. Johnson. The Tenth Edition, 1789. 7. Bozz And Piozzi: Or, The British Biographers. A Town Eclogue, Ninth Edition, 1788. 8. Ode Upon Ode; Or A Peep At St. James's; Or, New Year's Day; Or, What You Will. Eighth Edition, 1789. 9. An Apologetic Postscript To Ode Upon Ode. A New Edition, With Considerable Additions . 10. Instructions To A Celebrated Lareat; Alias The Progress Of Curiosity; Alias Mr. Whitbread's Brewhouse. A New Edition, 1790. 11. Brother Peter To Brother Tom. A Expostulatory Epistle. Fifth Edition, 1789. 12. Peter's Pension: A Solemn Epistle To A Sublime Personage. A New Edition, 1792. Author: John Wolcot, (1738-1819). Place Published: London. Published By: G. Kearsley. Also J. Evans. Description: Contemporary sammelband of 12 satirical works by "Peter Pindar", (John Wolcot)! Size: Approx 10 3/4" x 8 3/4" x 1 5/8". CONDITION: Overall: Very Good. Professionally rebound in a modern half leather binding. A very sound and usable example! Pages: Very good with occasional mild foxing. A few repairs to the last free endpaper … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AntiquarianBooksandAntiques [Pittsford, Vermont, US]
2018-10-11 21:03:44
Shakespeare, William.
London.: Printed for John Bell., 1788. An attractive 20 volume set in contemporary matching tree calf bindings, with gilt ruled borders, spine decorations & title labels. Volumes 1 & 2: Prolegomena to the Dramatick Writings. Volumes 3-20: The Plays. Each Play has between 2 to 4 engraved portraits of prominant actors. All seems complete, with engravings & half titles all present. Each Play has a separate titlepage dated 1785 to 1788. Vol 1: Prolegomena. With an engraved portrait frontispeice of Shakespeare, & other engraved plates. Includes Prefaces by Pope, Theobald, Hanmer, Warburton & Dr Johnson. Advertisement to the Second Edition by Mr Stevens. An Essay on the Origin of the English Stage, etc. Vol 2: Prolegomena. With portrait engravings, including David Garrick, Shakespeare & others, with a fold out facsimile of Shakespeares Will. Malone's Chronology, List of Ancient Translations, Rowe's Life of Shakespeare, etc. Vol 3: Tempest. Two Gentlemen of Verona. Vol 5: Measure for Measure. Comedy of Errors. Vol 6: Love's Labour's Lost. Midsummer Night's Dream. Vol. 7: Merchant of Venice. As You Like It. Vol 8: Taming of the Shrew. All's Well That Ends Well. Vol 9. Twelfth Night. Winter's Tale. Vol 10: Macbeth. King John. Vol 11: King Richard The Second. King Henry IV. Part 1. Includes a fold out plate of Morris Dancers. Vol 12: King Henry IV. Part 2. King Henry V. Vol 13: King Henry VI. Part 1 & 2. Vol 14: King Henry VI. Part 3. King Richard III. Vol 15: King Henry VIII. Coriolanus. Vol 16: Julius Caesar. Antony and Cleopatra. Vol 17: Timon of Athens. King Lear. Vol 18: Hamlet. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: N. G. Lawrie Books [sheffield, United Kingdom]
2018-10-11 18:29:21
HELMAN, Isidore Stanislaus Henri.
Paris: Chez l'auteur, et chez M. Ponce, [1788]. Paris: Chez l'auteur, et chez M. Ponce,, [1788]. Orné de 24 estampes in 4o. Gravées d'après des dessins originaux de la Chine envoyés à Paris par le P. Amiot missionnaire à Pékin et tirés du cabinet de Mr. Bertin. Large folio (416 x 283 mm). Contemporary green quarter calf, spine lettered and decorated in gilt and in blind, blue marbled paper sides, vellum tips, marbled endpapers. Engraved throughout. Light wear to extremities, opening spread a little browned, the occasional spot or light foxing elsewhere, chiefly marginal, a very good copy. First edition, one of an unstated number of large paper copies, originally priced 18 livres, and very much larger than the 12-livre quarto copies usually met with. Helman made the engravings illustrating the life of Confucius from a set of drawings sent from China to Paris by Jean-Joseph-Marie Amiot (1718-1793), the French Jesuit missionary. The text is also engraved.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2018-10-10 13:35:35
Engelmann Godefroy (1788 - 1839) Paris
Artist: Engelmann Godefroy ( - 1839) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1825. - technic: Lithography; colorit: col.print; - condition: Minor stains; - size (in cm): 43 x 57; - description: Very decorative view of Moscow. - vita of the artist: Godefroy Engelmann was a 19th-century Franco-German lithographer and chromolithographer.Godefroy Engelmann was born in 1788 in Mühlhausen, a small town near the France/Switzerland/Germany border. At the time of his birth Mulhouse was a free German republic associated with the Swiss Confederation, but was annexed by France 10 years later. He died in that same town in 1839, from a tumor in his neck.Engelmann trained in Switzerland and France at La Rochelle and Bordeaux, and he studied painting and sketching in Jean-Baptiste Regnault?s atelier in Paris. In the summer of 1814 he travelled to Munich, Germany to study lithography, a German invention. The following spring, he founded La Société Lithotypique de Mulhouse. In June 1816 he opened a workshop in Paris.Engelmann is largely credited with bringing lithography to France and later, commercializing chromolithography. In 1837 he was granted an English patent for a process of chromolithography that provided consistently high-quality results.Throughout his life, he produced large numbers of prints, including numerous plates for Baron Isidore Justin Séverin Taylor's celebrated collection of lithographs, «Voyages pittoresques et romantiques dans l?ancienne France».Engelmann's Paris printing company, -Engelmann et Graf- was passed on to his son, Godefroy Engelmann II (born 1819), who carried on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2018-10-09 08:13:26
Lempriere, John [c. 1765 - 1824.
Reading: Printed for T. Cadell, 1788. 1st Edition (PMM 236). Unpaginated. 8vo. Period full brown calf with gilt stamped maroon title label to spine. General extremity wear to binding, with front board held by cords & chips to leather at head and tail of spine. Ffep detached. Period bookplate of Henry Holdsworth. Age-toning to paper. About Very Good. Item #44738 "... the first of a new kind of manual: the rendering of a body of knowledge not easily accessible in any other form into a series of alphabetical articles for the use of those who lack the time or the learning to seek out the sources. ... it [this work] has one quite imperishable claim to fame. Keats owned a copy, and it was the source of much of his knowledge of Latin and Greek mythology; one can sometimes even see the genesis of his lines in Lempriere's humble but lively prose." [PMM]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-08 01:35:50
Duke Of Saint-Simon [ Louis De Rouvroy De Saint-Simon] 1675 To 1755
Saint-simon, Mémoires, 1788-89, And Oeuvres Complettes, 1791. 20 Vols [ With Suplements] Duke Of Saint-Simon [ Louis De Rouvroy De Saint-Simon] 1675 To 1755 VG Leather Pagesc6500 Treutel Strasbourg 1791 Completed Works By Louis De Saint-Simon, Duke and Peer of France, Knight of the Orders of the King and the Golden Fleece, etc. Etc. : To serve the history of the courts of Louis XIV, the Regency and Louis XV. With Notes, Explanations and Additions at the end of each volume, extracted from the Correspondences and Portfolios of the author and several Princes and Lords his contemporaries. ... Memoirs Of State And Military Of The Rule Of Louis XIV and XV. Presumed complete vols 1-20, including vols 1-13 and 1-7 supplements. . An inveterate chronicleer his works ran to many thousands of pages. It is believed that many of Duke Of Saint-Simon works are, as of yet, undiscovered. A very respected and widely read series of works originating in the French language. Copies of these are reprinted and studied even today. These books offered are the original volumes as issued in 1791. Backed in 3/4 calf leather with gilding over marbled boards and leather corners. Bookplate portraying a shield with two sections of fleur-de-lies flanked by a dog and a lion and titled A Deo et Rege. No other provenance. Covers consist to two types of marbling, one for the regular edition and a more yellow cover for supplements. 750.00.
Bookseller: Poor Man's Books Kenny Parolini [Vineland, New Jersey, US]
2018-10-07 09:03:53
Sir Torbern Bergman; Edmund Cullen
London: J. Murray and William Creech, 1788. Translated from the original Latin of Sir Torbern Bergman by Edmund Cullen. Torbern Olaf Bergman (1735 - 1784) was a Swedish chemist and mineralogist noted for his 1775 Dissertation on Elective Attractions, containing the largest chemical affinity tables ever published. Bergman was the first chemist to use the A, B, C, etc., system of notation for chemical species. With five fold-out plates and tables to volume one, including a Synoptical Table, and two fold-out plates to volume two. Collated and Complete. Scarce. CONDITION Re-bound in quarter-calf bindings. Externally very smart with some shelfwear only. Internally firmly bound with generally bright and clean pages throughout - minor browning due to age, with some tidemarks to the rear of volume 2. Ink signature to title page of volume 1. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-07 09:02:54
KANT Immanuel
bey Johann Friedrich Hartknoch, 1788. In-8 p. (mm. 218x122), cartonato muto mod., tit. oro su tassello al dorso, pp.num. 292, carattere gotico . "Prima edizione" della "Critica della ragion pratica", seconda grande opera fondamentale del filosofo tedesco Immanuel Kant (1724-1804). La prima - sua opera capitale - fu "La critica della ragion pura" (pubblicata nel 1781) e la terza "la Critica del giudizio" (1790). "L'influenza dell'opera kantiana su tutto il pensiero filosofico posteriore, fino ai nostri giorni, è stata immensa e ha posto i problemi dell'etica su di un piano del tutto nuovo.. Alla 'Critica della ragion pratica' spetta il merito di aver tolto l'etica dalla sua fase precettistica e dogmatica, e di averne fatto la sistematica riflessione razionale sulla problematica della moralità". Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,II, p. 499. Esemplare marginoso, ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-10-07 02:22:29
MARSDEN, William
1788. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "The most comprehensive book on the largest island of Indonesia!" After spending eight years in Sumatra, William Marsden came back to England in hopes of getting an important job. When he did not, he devoted his time to writing a historical book on the history the island of Sumatra. Shortly after his work was published in 1782, he received accolades from important members of the Royal Society such as Dalrymple, Rennel, Maskelyne, Solander, and Herschel. Marsden then became a member of the Society, thanks to his work. According to Hoefer, Marsden's book shows a proper history, an accurate picture of government, and paints a picture of the manners and laws of the natives to Sumatra. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 20:59:43
VENEL Jean-André
Sans lieu. In-8, plein cartonnage dominoté bradel moderne, page de titre salie, 28 pages. + 1 feuillet + deux planches hors texte dépliantes, 1788. Leonard F. Peltier, dans son Orthopedics, a history and iconography explique « the first physician to approach the treatment of crippled children in a systematic fashion with attention to their social as well as their medical needs in an institutional setting was Jean-André Venel . Bruno Valentin considered him to be « the father of orthopedics » ». - - - - Jean-André Venel (28 May 1740 - 9 March 1791) was a Swiss doctor and a pioneer in the field of orthopedics. Venel was born in Morges, the son of a surgeon, Jean-François Venel. He studied medicine in Montpellier, Paris and Strasbourg, and practised at Orbe and Yverdon; between 1770 and 1775 he was attached to the court of Count Stanis?aw Potocki. Nicholas Andry, in his work Orthopaedia, or the Art of Preventing and Correcting Deformities in Children (English edition 1741), had been the first to use the term "orthopaedia", but Venel is regarded by many as the "father of orthopaedics" because of his development of the practical applications. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: PRISCA [Paris, ., France]
2018-10-06 18:58:04
MARÉCHAL (SYLVAIN ; 1750-1803) :
Paris, Deterville (imprimerie de Boiste), s.d. [1788] selon BML de Lyon ; 4 tomes in-8, veau raciné, dos décoré de fleurons, palette et roulettes décoratifs dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison rouge, dentelle d'encadrement des plats, roulette sur les coupes (reliure de l'époque) ; 311 pp., 78 planches ; 351 pp., 88 planches ; 366 pp., 70 planches ; 328 pp., 62 planches, soit en tout 298 planches aquarellées et souvent soigneusement gommées. Ex-libris gravés : Bibliothèque de M. Désiré Alliey et Emm. Martin, orné d'un chasseur alpin avec une canne, un cor et une épée admirant le soleil qui illumine les sommets. Quelques planches sont signées Jacques Grasset de Saint Sauveur ou Desrais, gravées par Mixelle. Quelques taches de gomme arabique, coiffes restaurées à deux volumes, l'ensemble reste très correct.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-10-06 07:01:01
( CARLI, Gian Rinaldo conte, 1720-1795).
Milano, Imperial Monistero di S. Ambrogio Maggiore. 5 VOLUMI IN 4° GRANDE, PERGAMENA COEVA. COMPESSIVE 1670 PP, CON NUMEROSE INCISIONI IN LEGNO E IN RAME N.T.., 2 GRANDI TAVOLE DI ISCRIZIONI RIPIEGATE F.T. E 26 GRANDI TAVOLE INCISE IN RAME RIPIEGATE F.T. CON FIGURE ARCHITETTONICHE ED ALTRE DI SCULTURE ED EPIGRAFI. BELLISSIMO ESEMPLARE IMMACOLATO DELL' EDIZIONE ORIGINALE DI NOTEVOLE RARITÀ. GIAN RINALDO CARLI, NATO A CAPODISTRIA, POLIGRAFO ED ECONOMISTA, FU CULTORE ANCHE DI LETTERE ED È UN ESEMPIO DI ENCICLOPEDISTA ITALIANO. "NOTEVOLI I CINQUE VOLUMI DELLE ANTICHITÀ ITALICHE ( MILANO, 1788-1791), VASTA OPERA DI ERUDIZIONE DOVE RACCOLSE ED AMPLIÒ I SUOI PRECEDENTI LAVORI IN QUESTO SETTORE, E CHE EBBE UN SUCCESSO EDITORIALE... VI DIFENDE L' ANTICA CIVILTÀ ITALICA, AUTOCRONA E ANTERIRORE ALLA GRECA, SOSTIENE L' ORIGINE NAZIONALE E NON FIORENTINA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA, E RIPETE PURE LA RICORDATA TESI SULL' ORIGINE DEL POTERE TEMPORALE DEI PAPI... " OPERA DELLE PIÙ DOTTE E PIÙ PROFONDE CHE SIANO IN QUESTA MATERIA, RICCA DI MOLTE TAVOLE AI LUOGHI VOLUTI DAL TESTO, O INSERTE NELLE STESSE PAGINE INTAGLIATE IN RAME ED IN LEGNO". " RACCOLTA IMMENSA SULLE ANTICHITÀ ITALIANE, A CUI INTESO PER TUTTA LA VITA... I PRIMI QUATTRO VOLUMI, RISTAMPATI NEL 1793-95, ED ADORNI DI 26 RAMI E DI MOLTE ISCRIZIONI INEDITE, TRATTANO DELLE ANTICHITÀ DI TUTTI I POPOLI D' ITALIA PRIMA DEI ROMANI; DI QUELLE DE' ROMANI ALTRESÌ, DELLA GALLIA CISALPINA, DELL' ISTRIA E DELLA DALMAZIA PRIMA E DOPO LA DOMINAZIONE ROMANA. LE RICERCHE DELL' AUTORE SI STENDONO ATTRAVERSO IL MEDIO EVO SINO AL XIII SECOLO... SIFFATTA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
2018-10-06 05:36:41
LIGER Louis
- Chez la veuve de Pierre Dumesnil, à Rouen 1788, in-12 (9,5x17,3cm), xij 419pp. (1), relié. - Nuova edizione, dopo l'originale è stato pubblicato nel 1711 Illustrato con 8 figure nel testo e 14 piastre dépliantesPleine di montone biondo tempo marmorizzato. Torna Tooled sollevato. Parte del titolo marocco fulvo. Coperchio Testa strappato. Monete émoussés.Manuel giardiniere pratico con capitoli sulla preparazione del terreno, utensili, sementi, cure, insetti, stagioni, agrumi e arbusti, letti ornamentali e uso dell'acqua .ex libris Henry Baudère manoscritto. Boulhaut. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'originale parue en 1711. Illustrée de 8 figures in-texte et de 14 planches dépliantes Reliure en pleine basane blonde marbrée d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin fauve. Coiffe de tête arrachée. Coins émoussés. Manuel pratique du jardinier contenant des chapitres sur la préparation de la terre, les outils, les graines, les soins, les insectes, des saisons, des agrumes et des arbustes, des parterres d'ornement et sur l'utilisation des eaux. Ex-libris manuscrit Henri Baudere. Boulhaut.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-10-06 01:26:34
Guy Hart-Davis
Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John, 2013. Condition: Very Good. THIS BOOK IS IN LIKE NEW CONDITION. THERE ARE NO FLAWS INSIDE OR OUT. PAPERBACK. 337 PAGES. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: bigbeaver802 [Grand Blanc, Michigan, US]
2018-10-05 22:47:38
George Tscherny
2005. Condition: Very Good. Thank you for checking out my listing! This book is in very good condition. Please see pics for details. It has been stored in a pet and smoke free environment. Please see my other items for sale in my eBay store. I have been collecting books, movies, music, and rock memorabilia for most of my life. Have a great day!
Bookseller: Matt s Music Emporium [Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-05 22:07:34
[Typography]. Braun, Placidus Ignatius. 1756 - 1829].
Avgvstae Vindelicorvm [Augsberg Germany]: Sumnptibus Fratrum Veith, Bibliofolarvm. 1788. 1st edition (Bigmore & Wyman I, p. 79). xvi, 207, [1] pp. Errata last page (which a prior owner has implemented via pen & Ink). Untrimmed. Head- & tailpieces. Illustrated at rear with 8 folding copperplate engraved tables of alphabets used by the early printers. 4to: )( )()(4 A - 2C4. Period drab boards with printed title to spine. Expected wear & staining to binding. PO bookplate over removal evidence of a prior bookplate. Some light foxing & faint discoloration to lower right quadrant of textblock. Withal, a Very Good copy. Item #27482 This Part I of an eventual 2-part work, the second part being published the year following [1789]. No copies at auction these last 30+ years. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-05 18:36:24
BICCHIERAI Alessandro
per Gaetano Cambiagi, 1788. In-4 p. (mm. 297x220), cartonato rustico coevo, pp. (8),347, stemma granducale al frontesp., con 1 tav. sinottica e 2 piante: quella "generale di tutte insieme le R.R. Fabbriche dei Bagni di Montecatini e campagna adiacente nella Valdinievole" e "la pianta dei bagni", inc. in rame e più volte ripieg. "Manca l'antiporta", a doppia pag., con la veduta panoramica delle Terme. Nell'opera: "Le acque minerali di Montecatini; le sorgenti introdotte all'uso medico; storia, fortuna e decadenza dei bagni e loro restaurazione con la costruzione di nuove fabbriche (1773); opinioni sulle facoltà medicinali di queste acque rilevate da scrittori a partire dal XIV secolo; loro effetti nella cura dei mali e loro proprietà. In appendice documenti, progetti, lettere e osservazioni mediche sulle proprietà delle acque, con un catalogo delle cure mediche e chirurgiche eseguite alle sorgenti dal 1775 al 1781". "Edizione originale". Cfr. Moreni,I, p. 125 - Lozzi,I,2906 - De Renzi,V, p. 681 - Olschki,VIII,8381. Esempl. con barbe, a grandi margini, freschissimo.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-10-05 11:07:29
Edward Gibbon
London, England: W. Strahan & T. Cadell. Condition: Very Good Plus. Complete in 6 thick large quarto 4to volumes. (11 3/8" x 9 1/4"). Vol. 1, 704 + lxxxviii, Notes; Vol. 2, Table of Contents to Vol. 1, Table of Contents to Vol. 2, 640 pp. + erratta; Vol. 3, Table of Contents to Vol. 3, 640 pp. + erratta; Vol. 4, Preface, Contents, 620 pp.; Vol. 5, 684 pp. Vol. 6, 646 pp. + General Index. Half-title pages and errata present. Bound uniformly in early, most likely original, full polished, mottled calf, (similar to tree calf) and rebacked to sympathetic period style. Boards are bright, with modest wear at edges and corners. Dual contrasting leather spine labels, bright and unchipped. Spine compartments ornamented in gilt. Original heavy laid cotton rag endpapers, guarded by japan paper. Handmade laid paper throughout is high-quality rag stock. No library or ex-library markings. Original hand-sewn headbands and tailbands and silk ribbon placemarkers present (some remnant only). Three original folding maps, large, well- struck on heavy stock, and clean. Eastern Roman Empire map shows some professionally repaired paper weld repair of crease-wear-and-tear on reverse side. Western Roman Empire map reveals at least one paper weld repair on reverse side. Light foxing to text and maps -- less than is often found for this set. Vol. I engraved frontispiece portrait of Edward Gibbon by John Hall after Sir Joshua Reynolds. Volumes II through VI (are the true London Large Quarto First Edition, issued 1781 through1788. Volume I is the revised third issue, which,though issued but one year aft … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ezra9 [Eugene, Oregon, US]
2018-10-05 01:53:56
Keate, George and Capt. Henry Wilson
LONDON: An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the Western Part of the Pacific Ocean. Composed from the Journals and Communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his Officers, who, in August, 1783, were there shipwrecked, in the Antelope, a Packet belonging to the Hon. East India Company Author: Keate, George and Capt. Henry Wilson Printed for Captain Wilson , London 1788 Edition: 1st edition 1788 Binding: Hardcover Condition: Very GoodDescription: Hardcover with illustrated large folding map, portrait frontispiece , folding plate with 3 views, 14 single page plates. Some spine damage, yellowing of pages due to age. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: jqauctions14 [Amarillo, Texas, US]
2018-10-03 19:53:37
Robertson, William
London: Printed for A. Strahan; T. Cadell; and J. Balfour, 1788. Fifth Edition. Hardcover. Item #29124 Fifth edition, complete in three volumes. xlvii, [1], 388pp; 499pp; 439, [39]pp + [1]p of publisher's advertisements. Modern red half morocco over marbled boards, spine with four raised bands, lettered and decorated in gold. With four folding maps of Mexico or New Spain (including California); the Gulf of Mexico, the islands and countries adjacent; South America; the countries on the South Sea, from Panama to Guayquil; and one folding plate. In the preface of this edition Robertson replies to criticism of his work by Francesco Saverio Clavigero. A remarkably bright and clean set in fine condition. Graesse VI.138. Howes R358. Sabin 71973. ; Octavo.
Bookseller: Parigi Books [Schenectady, New York, US]
2018-10-03 07:09:09
Laurence Sterne
London: printed for J. Rivington et al, 1788. 10 volumes, small 8vo, 10 engraved plates plus one page printed entirely in black and one leaf inlaid with marbled paper (as issued and matching the marbled paper of the endpapers); in spite of some wear at spine ends, and a few minor chips out, this is a handsome set in full Etruscan paneled calf, each cover a radiating urn enclosed by a border incorporating leaves and fans, with an outside Greek key border in gilt.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-03 05:57:16
Polish/Poland book-Kazanie na uroczystosc swietych Piotra y Pawla-Wilno 1788 GB Please refer to images for more information. If any questions arise, ask away. Shipping is priority and registered.
Bookseller: gabrysas [Kaunas, LT]
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