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2008-10-09 20:58:25
Dillon John Talbot
London: W. Richardson, 1788. two volumes, full calf, probably contemporary, hinges cracked but holding, xxix, 265, 222, (plus contents and index in each volume), folding-out genealogy chart in volume 1, text generally clean, sound and tight, though there are a few foxing marks, bookplate of Lord Farnham. Dillon was first Baronet of Lismullen, Co Meath, and was an MP in the Irish Parliament. An enthusiastic traveller on the Continent, he was honoured by the Holy Roman Emperor for his efforts on behalf of Irish Roman Catholics. Scarce.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Glenbower Books [Dublin, Ireland]
2008-10-03 16:18:08
Schraembl, Franz Anton (after James Rennell)
Vienna: FA Schraembl , 1788. Scarce German version (southwestern sheet only; only one of the four sheets of the complete map) of James Rennell's landmark copperplate map of Hindoostan. Early hand-colored outlines, VG but for mild chipping uppre edge (trimmed to plate mark; as issued?). Exceptionally large and decorative cartouche. Rennell's "Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan" was seen between 1783 and 1793, and he was a major British geographer of his era (first nearly accurate map of India done for his "A Bengal Atlas"). He was a surveyor in the Royal Navy (he also published on oceanography) and worked with the likes of Alexander Dalrymple and Mungo Park. This is major and historically significant map. There are nice images of the Maldive and Laccadive Islands off the southwestern shores of India. The full image measures 24x28 inches (61x71cm)..
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books [Crozet, VA, U.S.A.]
2008-09-26 22:04:13
POWELL, John Joseph
London, 1788 pp xii + 727 + (24) , Internally very good , binding sound, cover (which looks to be contemporary) has moderate wear, some weakness between front board and spine but holding. Uncommon in this edition.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Longland Books [United Kingdom]
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2008-09-18 19:29:17
Florian Jp
In Genevra, 1788. Contemporary full treecalf. Bumped corners otherwise in fine condition. Contains errori corretti- rare. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: eggseptional fine books [shipston on stour, United Kingdom]
2008-09-11 07:54:25
NECKER, Jacques
Londres et se trouve a Paris, 1788. 8vo, pp. (4), 542, (2). Bound with the half-title in contemporary speckled calf, red morocco spine label. A very nice copy. Einaudi 4098, Goldsmith 13751, This was translated by Mary Wollstonecraft and issued in English in London in 1788. (see Windle B1a; Todd 4. ). Necker was the father of Mdm. DeStael and a banker and economist and at one time director of the treasury of the ancien regime in France. In fact, his dismissal and flight to Brussels precipitated riots in the streets and forced his return. However, his moderate policies were outstripped by the radicals and he had to leave France before the French Revolution. This and other religious works shows his strengths as a preacher. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2008-09-11 07:54:25
Necker Jacques
A Londres, et se trouve à Lyon, chez Regnault, 1788. 8vo; (4), 542, (2) pp.; contemporary marbled calf, spine gilt with two contrasting gilt lettering-pieces, no rubbing or bumping, green edges, decorative endpapers, inside clean and crisp, an attractive copy. Another issue of the first edition of Necker's philosophical work. Kress B 1453, Goldsmiths 13751, Einaudi 4091 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher [Egelsbach, Germany]
2008-08-20 17:28:31
Richer, M.
Paris: Saillant, Defer De Maisonneuve, 1788. Hardcover. vg. 4 volumes. 8vo. Gilt decorated mottled calf. Volume one of the 1775 edition, while volumes 2-4 are of the 1788 edition. However, the set is complete in four volumes. Some age wearing to edges. Marble endpapers. Silk ribbon markers. A tight copy in very good condition. Volumes 2,3 and 4 illustrated in gravure by MM. Moreau. Text in French. A tight set in very good condition.
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
2008-08-14 01:36:14
Girardin, Louis Stanislas Cecile Xavier, Comte de
Paris: Paris: Mérigot père, 1788 - Beautiful copy of this classic illustrated account of the famous "English garden" - among the earliest of its kind on the Continent - designed by the Marquis Louis-René de Girardin in honor of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, whose vision of nature inspired Girardin and who would spend the last 6 weeks of his life there until his death and burial in the park at Ermenonville in 1778. Carefully conceived, designed and financed by Girardin with the aid of landscape architecte Jean-Marie Morel, the painter Huber Robert, the Abbé Delille, and Scottish gardeners, the park was inspired along the model of the "jardin anglais", where nature is not subordinated to the gardener but is rather carefully allowed the freedom to develop its own natural charm and beauty. It was the first, or at least the most important, such garden on the Continent. Rousseau, who spent the last 6 weeks of his life there, is buried on the Isle of Poplars in the park's lake; his tomb there was designed by the painter Hubert Rober. The park itself is filled with numerous details evocative of the great philosophe and his works. This account of the park - rare in such condition - was written by Louis-René's son, and is far more frequently seen in the second edition of 1811. This First edition, which appeared ten years after Rousseau's death, is rare; and, with its 25 masterful aquatint plates by Merigot, it is quite beautiful, illustrating the stunning vistas and rustic charms of the park which will forever be associated with the name of Jean-Jacques Rousseau First edition. 8vo. Illustra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2008-04-14 12:40:15
[Vargas y Ponce, José de]:
Madrid: La viuda de Ibarra, hijos, y compañia, 1788.. [6],xvi,359pp. including four folding tables (lacks the four folding maps). Frontispiece portrait. [bound with:] APENDICE A LA RELACION DEL VIAGE AL MAGALLANES.... Madrid. 1793. [2],128pp. including folding table (lacks the folding map). Quarto. Contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt, leather label. Bit rubbed. Frontispiece portrait neatly mounted, tear at top of one leaf repaired with no loss of text, some scattered foxing and dust soiling, else very good. Lacks the four folding maps from the RELACION... and the folding map from the APENDICE.... The objective of the voyages recorded here was to determine whether Spanish ships should continue to use the Straits of Magellan in voyages to the Pacific. Under the command of Captain Antonio de Córdoba y Laso, both expeditions ascertained negative conclusions and afterwards "the Spanish trade routes were exclusively to east coast ports and then overland to Pacific ports" (Hill). A major portion of this work, the first comprehensive study of the Straits of Magellan and Patagonia, was compiled from the journals of D.A. Galiano and A. Belmote, Cordoba's lieutenants. The RELACION... also includes Vargas y Ponce's review of earlier explorations of the area, with descriptions of the region's climate, natural resources, and native peoples. HILL 1756. SABIN 16765, 1729. PALAU 352514, 352515.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-04-08 20:15:55
[Barthelemy, Jean-Jacques]
Paris: Chez de Bure L'ain, Libraire de Monsieur Frere du Roi, de la Bibliotheque du Roi, et de L'Academie Royale des Inscriptions, 1788. First Edition; Third Edition Atlas. Leather Bound. Octavos plus small quarto atlas volume. Text in French. All eight volumes bound in a contemporary quarter tan calf over mottled paper boards, gilt stamped floral devices to compartments, and simple raised bands, with red and black leather title labels on spine. Atlas volume illustrated with one color fold-out plate, seventeen colored centerfold maps and 6 black and white, 5 plans, one large view and one plate featuring four medallions. Wear to the bindings and along the top and bottom edges of the spines; Volume three, six and the atlas have some worming along the front spine edge. Only in volume six does it affect the text block, (but not the text). Overall a Very Good+ set, all hinges intact and all plates accounted for. Image or additional images available upon request
Bookseller: Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers ABAA
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2008-04-04 16:44:54
Brambilla; Plenck; Göpferth et al.:
Wien, R. Gräffer, 1788. Reg. Josephinae medico-chirurgicae Vindobonensis. Tomus primus (alles Erschienene). 4°. Gest. Front., gest. Titelvign., gest. Kopfvign., 12 gest. Schlußvign., 11 teils gef. Kupfertaf., LXIV, 376 S. Ldr. d. Zt. mit RSch. und reicher ornamentaler RVerg. (etwas berieb., Vorderdeckel fleckig). SGC I: I, 104; Kirchner I, 3642; nicht bei Blake und Krieg, MNE. - Sammelband mit 15 Beiträgen in lateinischer Sprache (meist Dissertationen) bedeutender Mediziner wie Brambilla (Über das Aneurysma), Plenck (Über den Gebrauch von Chinarinde, Quecksilber und Opium bei Wundstarrkrampf), Göpferth (Über Paralyse), Prochaska, Hunczovsky u.a. Die sehr schön gestochenen Tafeln mit Darstellungen menschlicher Organe etc. - Titel, röm. pag. S. und erste 20 S. mit schwächer werdendem Wasserrand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2008-04-02 02:53:49
Fitzgerald
London: C. Taylor, 1788. Brown uniform linen with leather labels on spines. Vol. I: engraved title page. viii, 214 pp. + 73 engraved plates. Vol. II: engraved title page. iv, 225 pp. + 69 engraved plates. Vol. III: engraved title page. iv, 188 pp. + 48 engraved plates. Vol. IV: engraved titled page. 132 pp. + 23 engraved plates, eight are handcolored. Prepared by Francis Fitzgerald. Volumes intended as instruction books for art students. The books also include lectures meant to refine the taste of the mature art lover. Vol. I: The lectures include, "Introductory, being an historical sketch of the progress of the arts", "A view of their excellence and utility, with thought upon genius", "of the materials for drawings, and method of using them, with hints upon beauty", "of the human figure, its divisions, and proportions of the head", "of character of the head", "of expression of the head", "of proportions of the figure", and "of character and expression of the figure". Vol. II (perspective): "on the nature of perspective", "elements of the practice", "perspective of shadows", "perspective of the human figure", "historical sketch (of architecture)"; and "general principles (of architecture)". Vol. III: first section is a "compendium of colors and other materials used in the arts of drawing, painting, engraving, etc., in their various branches, with remarks on their natures and uses". Second section, "a dictionary of principles, and terms of art, adopted in the arts of design, in their various branches with explanatory remarks and observations". Vol. IV: miscellaneous reviews, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mullen Books, ABAA [Marietta, PA, U.S.A.]
2008-03-18 17:32:10
VOLNEY, CONSTANTIN FRANÇOIS CHASSEB?UF, COMTE DE
London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1788. Second Edition in English. The author's first book, this item is called by Chambers "one of the most exact and valuable works of [its] kind ever published" (Cox quoting Chambers' "Cyclopaedia: or, an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences"). The Blackmer catalogue says that "Volney's popular and highly-regarded work was the result of three years' travels, a good deal of which time was spent in Cairo. His account has never really been surpassed. Volney went to great lengths in preparation, which included a year devoted to exercise and self-deprivation and three months learning the language required in a convent in the mountains of Lebanon." Volney (1757-1820) was a learned man, a frequent traveller, and an important governmental official who was expelled from America as a suspected spy and who narrowly escaped the guillotine during the French Revolution. The present bindings obviously are not notable for their decoration, but they are wonderful examples of attractively executed flamed calf bindings typical of those making up the bulk of country gentlemen's libraries all over Great Britain. The condition of the present copy is nothing short of extraordinary, very nearly capturing the look and feel of the volumes as they would have appeared on their original shelf.. 216 x 137 mm. (8 1/2 x 5 3/8"). Two volumes. Second Edition in English. VERY FINE CONTEMPORARY FLAMED CALF, flat spines ruled in gilt, red morocco label on each spine. Three engraved folding plates (views and plan) and two engraved folding maps. Front pastedo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2008-03-01 21:36:41
Pegge, Samuel (the Elder)]
Printed by Samuel Tupman, Nottingham, 1788. 11,[1]pp. plus plate. Oblong small quarto. Contemporary sewn marbled wrappers. Old vertical crease, with short break in lower margin at crease, small tidemark in gutter at crown of spine, modest foxing, early ink name inside upper wrapper, otherwise a very good copy. First edition of this work commemorating the 1688 Revolution, accompanied by an engraving of the house, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire, by Hayman Rooke. The whole, including the text derived from a letter from Pegge, was prepared by Rooke for presentation to friends, and his prefatory note to that end has a small textual revision, in ink. Both Rooke and Pegge made considerable contributions to the antiquarian and topographical studies of the area. An uncommon production; ESTC Online locates six copies: BL, Bodleian, Nottinghamshire County Library, Yale, Harvard and UCLA. ESTC N9997. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2007-11-28 22:04:52
MAZZEI F.
Colle (Toscane)|& Paris: Froull´┐Ż, 1788. Colle (Toscane)|& Paris: Froullé, 1788. Fine. Froullé, Colle (Toscane) & Paris 1788, in-8 (13x20cm), (4) xvi 384pp., (4) 259pp. (1), (4) 292pp., (4) 366pp., 4 volumes reliés. - MAZZEI Filippo & TURGOT Anne Robert Jacques & CONDORCET Nicolas Recherches Historiques et Politiques sur les états-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale où l'on traite des établissements des treize colonies & de leurs dissensions avec la Grande Bretagne, de leurs gouvernements avant et après la révolution, &c. Par un Citoyen de Virginie. Avec quatre Lettres d'un Bourgeois de New-Heaven (sic) sur l'unité de la législation. Froullé, Colle (Toscane) & Paris 1788, in-8 (13 x 20 cm), (4) xvi 384 pp., (4) 259 pp (1), (4) 292 pp., (4) 366 pp., 4 volumes, later sheep First edition. Fawn Empire-style marbled sheep. Spine richly gilt with Greek key motifs, roulettes and numerous horn-shaped tools. Title- and volume- labels in lighter sheep. Covers with frame of roulettes. A few corners rubbed. Tear to headpiece of volume III. This work was originally conceived as a response to Raynal's Political and Philosophical History and therefore a number of its pages are devoted to picking over and critiquing that work. The present work is undoubtedly one of the most important on the history of the young United States, and discusses the War of Independence, the history of the Colonies, law, the Quakers, the climate, labor conditions, slavery, and son on. Filippo Mazzei was an Italian doctor and horticulturalist who came to Virginia in 1773 in order to introduce the cultivation of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2007-11-13 18:55:39
KEATE, George.
Paris, Le Jay Fils. libraire & Maradan, libraire, 1788. First french edition, xvl, 384 p., with 1 engraved portrait of Capt. Henri Wilson, 14 folding engraved plates and 2 folding engraved maps, 4to modern halfcalf with giltlettered label, marbled boards. - very good condition. KEYWORDS:caroline islands/micronesia.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Hoofddorp, Netherlands]
2007-11-02 22:01:18
SCHRÄMBL, Franz Anton (1751-1803)
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2007-09-21 12:51:48
Periodical - Irish]
Dublin: Printed by Thomas Walker at Cicero's Head, 1788. 720,[8]pp. plus engraved title and seventy- five engraved plates (including frontis), some folding. Large, thick octavo. Contemporary calf. Bound without wrappers. Year written in ink in an early hand on lower edge, otherwise an excellent copy. The complete volume for the year, comprised of twelve numbers plus the annual appendix. This important Irish monthly was founded in 1771 by James Potts, and Walker assumed control beginning with the March 1774 issue. Publication ceased briefly in April 1785, but resumed again under the new title, WALKER'S HIBERNIAN MAGAZINE, and continued until 1811, the later years under the auspices of Thomas Walker's son, Joseph. During its long run in its different incarnations, THE HIBERNIAN MAGAZINE filled the role of a general Dublin periodical in its coverage of news and politics from Ireland, Britain, Europe and North America, commented on the theatre and new publications, published original poetry and prose, and included marriage, death and business notices. The illustrative material included both serious and satirical subjects, music, and such utilitarian items as patterns for sewing or weaving. Laid in is an a.l.s., "29/7/85," possibly Kingstown, from a collector or bookseller named P. Traymor, to one Geo. Kavanagh, 2pp. on folded octavo lettersheet, extolling the virtues of his set as "the most complete in existence." As one might expect, locations of runs/volumes/individual issues in OCLC and ESTC are spotty, and the reported holdings often imperfect. CRANE AND KAYE 301. ESTC P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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