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        De re diplomatica Libri VI...

      Ex typ. Vincentii Ursini, 1789. Due grossi volumi in folio (cm. 45), pp. (2), xx, 668; viii, 116, clxxx. Bell'antiporta figurata l primo volume, frontespizi con vignette incise raffiguranti vedute del golfo di Napoli e del Vesuvio, molte incisioni nel testo, splendidi capolettera e testate figurate e 69 tavole incise in rame da Cimarelli, spesso ripiegate o a doppia pagina. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro ai dorsi. Solo un po' di sporco ai bordi dei piatti, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione, fresco, marginoso e stampato su carta di ottima qualità. Celebre ed elegante edizione di questo classico della scienza paleografica. Cfr. PMM 158 per l'edizione originale.

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        Vivarium natura or the Naturalist's Miscellany (Kupfertitel) . coloured figures of natural objects; drawn and described immediately from nature.

      - 24 Bde. 8vo (240 x 150 mm). Mit allegorischem Titelkupfer, 1 Kupfertafel mit dem Grab Shaws und 1'062 handkolorierten Kupferstich-Tafeln mit zoologischen Darstellungen. Rote Halblederbände d. Z. mit Rückenvergoldung (Gelenke teilweise gebrochen oder eingerissen, Rücken in den Kanten und Ecken berieben und bestossen). London, printed by B. McMillan for Nodder & Co., (1789-1813). Verschwenderisch reich mit handkollorierten Kupfertafeln ausgestattetes zoologisches Werk in Erstausgabe. Es erschien ab Sommer 1789 bis Juli 1813 in insgesamt 287 monatlich veröffentlichten Lieferungen. Shaws "most important contribution to natural history" (Oxford DNB) wird von Kupfertafeln illustriert, die zu Beginn nach Zeichnungen von Frederick Polydor Nodder, 'Botanic painter to her Majesty' [Charlotte, Queen consort of the United Kingdom], und nach dessen Tod nach Vorlagen von Elizabeth, der Gattin, und dem Sohn Ralph Shaw radiert wurden. In einem 1788/1789 gedruckten, heute in nur einem Exemplar im British Museum gehüteten Verlagsprospekt, erläutert der Herausgeber sein Werk: "Intended to contain elegant and accurate coloured Figures of the most beautiful and curious Productions of Nature, accompanied with Descriptions, in the Linnaean Manner, in Latin and English. Besides these there will always be a Description more at large, and calculated for Readers of every Denomination, who may wish for an Explanation more in the Style of common Language, without beeing intermixed with the technical Terms of Science. These Figures and Descriptions will form a miscellaneous Collection; or, in other Words, will not be published in systematic Order". Unter den 282 Tafeln mit Vogeldarstellungen findet sich auch die erste illustrierte wissenschaftliche Beschreibung des aus Australien stammenden Wellensittich ([Melo-] 'Psittacus undulatus'), der später zu einem der weltweit populärsten Haustiere mutieren sollte. Die von Hand akkurat kolorierten Darstellungen der Vögel, Fische, Reptilien, Insekten, Muscheln etc. sind alle auf vorzügliches Whatman Papier gedruckt. In jedem Band findet sich am Schluss ein Tafelverzeichnis. Im letzten Band folgt ein Generalregister auf Latein und Englisch. Von 1814 bis 1817 erschien ein als Ergänzung oder Fortsetzung gedachtes Werk als The Zoological Miscellany. - Tafeln teilweise mit Abklatsch, ein vorzügliches und sauberes Exemplar, komplett mit allen veröffentlichten Tafeln. Anker 467; Nissen IVB 869; Lisney, A Bibliography of British Lepidoptera (1960), S. 229ff.; Dickinson/Bruce/Dowsett, Vivarium nature or the naturalist's miscellany by George Shaw in: Archives of natural history XXXIII (2006), S. 322ff.; Horn-Schenkling 20212; Oxford DNB XL, 965. First edition of Shaw's lavishly illustrated zoological work, published in 287 monthly fascicles between August 1789 and Summer of 1813. Shaw's text was accompanied three to four plates which at the beginning were executed by Frederick Polydor Nodder, 'Botanic painter to her Majesty' [Charlotte, Queen consort of the United Kingdom], later after his death in 1800/1801 also by his wife Elizabeth and his son Ralph. In a prospectus printed around 1788/1789 (the sole copy known is kept in the British Museum) the editor offers details to his edition: "Intended to contain elegant and accurate coloured Figures of the most beautiful and curious Productions of Nature, accompanied with Descriptions, in the Linnaean Manner, in Latin and English. Besides these there will always be a Description more at large, and calculated for Readers of every Denomination, who may wish for an Explanation more in the Style of common Language, without beeing intermixed with the technical Terms of Science. These Figures and Descriptions will form a miscellaneous Collection; or, in other Words, will not be published in systematic Order". In the ornithological section with its 282 plates we find a.o. the first scientific description of the budgerigar ("budgie") from the interior of Australia, which later would bec [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Caption Title:] Motion de M. De Curt, député de la Guadeloupe, Au nom des Colonies réunies

      Chez Baudouin, Imprimeur de L'Assemblée Nationale, rue du Foin Saint-Jacques, No. 31, A Paris 1789 - First edition. Published unbound. 15, (1) p. Curt's proposal to establish a committee of twenty members, who composes constitutions for the French colonies. Louis de Court (1722 or 1752 - ca. 1805) who was the Captain of the colonial troops at Guadeloupe until 1779, and the representative of Guadeloupe in the National Constituent Assembly. He suggested the formation of a commission to write particular constitutions for the colonies (see this pamphlet), and argued that exclusively white planters should write it. His proposal was failed to pass. In 1794, he signed the Whitehall Accord, an agreement between counter-revolutionary colonists from the French possessions of Saint-Domingue, Martinique and Guadeloupe with the British Empire, that allowed them to maintain slavery, which had been abolished by the French French government, while the British were allowed to military occupy and to receive financial proceeds from the colonies. Sabin 18017. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ensaio sobre a Historia da Lingua Portuguesa

      1789 - Unpublished manuscript on the origin of the Portuguese language. N.d. [ca. 1789]. N.p. [Lisbon]. In 8vo (210 mm x 150 mm). 18 + 709 pp. + 2 ff. Modern paper-covered boards, lettering piece on spine. Exceptionally fresh and clean; manuscript on paper, probably the original copy, although not bound for presentation. Important and unpublished manuscript by Fr. Francisco de Santo Agostinho on the Portuguese language; the work is dedicated to D. Francisco Rafael de Castro (1750 – 1816), a clergymen and politician, dean of the University of Coimbra, and later part of the Council of Regency. Inocencio references this work as existing in manuscript copies. The work is divided in three parts: the first deals with the origin of the Portuguese language, claiming the impossibility of knowing is the original language of the Iberian peninsula; the second with the ancient alphabets used in the region; and the analyzing the history of the Portuguese language, with a note on the oldest philologists, and its evolution. The author (1767 – 1845) was an Augustinian monk, member of the Academy of Sciences and a well-reputed writer. This manuscript was likely meant for publication, as indicated by were indications are provided by the author “Advertencias que se nao devem imprimir”. The dating of the manuscript comes from a reference of the author´s age at the end of the prologue “o A. tem as presente Inocencio, v. 4, pp. 57; v.12 pp. 147. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoires secrets pour servir à l'histoire de la république des lettres en France, depuis MDCCLXII (1762) jusqu'à nos jours; ou Journal d'un observateur, contenant les Analyses des pieces de théâtre qui ont paru durant cette intervalle; les Relations des Assemblées Littéraires; les Notices des livres nouveaux, clandestins, prohibés; les Pièces fugitives, rares ou manuscrites, en prose ou en vers; les Vaudevilles sur la cour; les Anecdotes et bons mots; les Eloges des savants, des artistes, des hommes de lettres morts, etc.

      Londres, John Adamson, 1778-1789. - 37 vols. 12mo (18x11 cm).Complete (vol. 37:"Table alphabétique", Bruxelles, 1866). 36 vols. contemporary boards (few sl. imperf.; partly discoloured), gilt title on spines. and 1 vol. "Table": orig. printed wrappers, sl. soiled, spine repaired. The whole set published on handmade paper, uncut, the index-vol. limited to 200 numbered copies. Each volume about 300 pages, with a different woodcut headpiece. - Remarks on first pages of the first vol. in old ink and on each title old ownership-inscription "Albert Spitaels". Interesting set. The publisher's date on titles is 1784, except for the volumes 9 (1778), 15 and 16 (1781), 19 - 21 (1783), 8 (1785), 25-30 (1786), 31-33 (1788) and 34-36 (1789). In vol. 17, 20 and 22 last quire with marginal waterstain and of vol. 8 frontcover partly dam. - Collation: Vols. 1-6: resp. 324,304,324,328,328 and 324 pp.; Vol. 7: 328 pp. (wrongly numbered by printer till p. 340); vol.8 -16: resp. 300,336,330,240,216,328,346,306 and 288 pp.; vol. 17: 348 pp (last quire waterstain in lower margin); vol. 18-19: resp. 352 and 324 pp.; vol. 20: 320 pp. (margins last quire with waterstain); vol. 21: 310 pp.; vol. 22: 326 pp. (outer margin last leaves waterstain and small tear); vol. 23-30: resp. 298, 314, 294, 292, 310, 280, 294 and 312 pp.; vol. 31-36: resp. 330, 330, 300, 388, 462 and 348 pp.; vol. 37: Table Alphabétique: viii,298,(ii: blank) pp. 10500g [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Rudimenti di Musica Per Accompagnare. Manuscript treatise on thoroughbass. Late 18th century

      Possibly unrecorded. Authorship unconfirmed. The only recorded musician named Vignali who was active at the approximate time that the present manuscript was executed was Gabriele Vignali, a church musician from Bologna (see Eitner 10, pp. 84-85).. Oblong folio (300 x 225 mm). Sewn. [i] (title), 35 pp. Notated/written in ink on 12-stave paper. Ascription: "Del Sig:r Maestro Vignali." Date to foot of title: "A. 1789 D." No watermarks. With numerous musical examples and detailed textual commentary. Slightly soiled; first leaf detached.

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        Ode on his majesty's recovery; By the author of sympathy and humanity

      London: Printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter, 1789. [4], 7pp, [1]. With half-title. Stitched and uncut, as issued. Slightly dusty, some marginal tears and horizontal creasing. Small closed tear to title. With early attribution of authorship inscribed to head of half-title. A wonderfully unsophisticated copy of this rare celebration of King George III's recovery, in February 1789, from what was to be his first major bout of mental illness. Composed by Samuel Jackson Pratt (1749-1814), English novelist and poet then enjoying the popularity of his two anti slave trade works Sympathy and Humanity, this piece, which studiously avoids any discussion of the nature of the King's malady, is rather less well known. As with several other pieces celebrating the King's recovery published that spring, Pratt's Ode also glosses over the somewhat malodorous political machinations that the prospect of a regency provoked, and most especially the role of the Prince of Wales, who is cast in the rather unlikely role of a sorrowful soul. ESTC locates only two copies, at BL and Sir John Soane's Museum. ESTC T85345.. First edition. Quarto.

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        Voyage en différentes parties de l'Angleterre. Et particulièrement dans les Montagnes & sur les Lacs du Cumberland & du Westmoreland. 2 volumes.

      A Paris, chez Defer De Maisonneuve. A Londres, chez Blamire 1789 - Contenant des Observations relatives aux beautés pittoresques. Par M. William Gilpin, M. A. Chamoine de Salisbury, & Curé de Boldre dans le Hampshire. Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglois, sur la Troisième Édition, par M. Guédon de Berchere, et orné d'un grand nombre de gravures. 30 gravures dépliantes hors texte. De jolis petits culs-de-lampe gravés. Complet & Contrôlé. A Paris, chez Defer De Maisonneuve. A Londres, chez Blamire - 1789 - T1. xix et 341 pages - T2. xvi et 348 pages. Reliure pleine basane marbrée de l'époque. Dos lisse orné et doré avec pièce de titre bleue. Tranches rouges. 1 gravure déchirée sans manque. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-8°(20x13). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire

      printed for J.J. Tourneisen 1789 8vo (cm. 21), 14 Voll. di circa 350 pp. ciascuno (gli ultimi due voll., con numerazione a parte, sono di ‘Notes’). Ottime legature inizi ‘800 in mz. pelle con fili, numerazione e titolo in oro al ds. Leggere fioriture ma ottimo esemplare. Rara edizione della fondamentale opera di Edward Gibbon (1737 - 1794).

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        Anwendung der Wirksamkeit der Elektrizität zur Erhaltung und Wiederherstellung der Gesundheit des menschlichen Kà rpers. Ãœbersetzt und mit neuen Erfahrungen bereichert und bestätigt von Carl Gottlob Kühn. 3 Teile in 2 Bänden in 1 Band.

      Weissenfels u. Leipzig, Severin, 1788-, 1789. - circa 20,6 x 13,3 cm. XII SS., 2 Bll., 413 SS., 1 Bl.; 4 Bll., 349 SS., 1 Bl., 6 gefaltete Kupfer-Tafeln Pappe d. Zt. "Blake 44; vgl. Poggendorff I, 167f. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des frühen Werkes über die Verwendung von Elektrizität in der medizinischen Therapie, ". a work that interested scientific as well as medical men, there is much about atmospheric electricity and its effects on the human system; also applications of positive and negative electricity to the cure of diseases" (Wheeler). Einzelne Kapitel behandeln auch Zahnweh oder Blindheit und was die Elektrizität dabei bewirken kann. Die Kupfer zeigen verschiedene Apparaturen und Patienten in futuristisch wirkenden Behandlungen. Der Autor Pierre-Nicolas Bertholon de Saint-Lazare (1741-1800) unterrichtete in Montpellier. Er war mit Benjamin Franklin befreundet und erfand selbst mehrere elektrische Geräte. " "- Wenig gebräunt, kaum fleckig, meist sauber. Einband berieben, Kanten beschabt. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sonnets, Written Chiefly on Picturesque Spots, During a Tour

      Bath: R. Cruttwell, 1789. Second edition, "corrected, with additions". [2]-31 pp., lacking blank A1. 4to. Period half calf and marbled boards, red morocco lettering piece. Light foxing. Second edition, "corrected, with additions" [2]-31 pp., lacking blank A1. 4to. The second edition of Bowles' sonnet sequence, which was a major source of inspiration for a young Samuel Taylor Coleridge and helped revive the sonnet form in English. The first edition, published as Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive, in 1789, is exceedingly rare - Hayward located only two copies. The Bradley Martin copy of the first edition brought $12,000 at his sale in 1990. Hayward 200

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        The Spectator in 8 Volumes

      London: H. Hughs, 1789. The Spectator in 8 volumes. 1789. (Complete set) Printed by H. Hughs; For Messrs. Payne, Rivington, Davis, Longman, etc....Octavo measuring 8 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches. the boards are a mottled calf ruled and edged in Gilt. The spines appear to 19th century with 6 compartments and the title in gilt on a red label. All the backings are tight. The boards and heads and tails of spine are uniformly rubbed with loss at extremities. Still overall a sturdy set. Each volume has a frontis piece and an index in rear.. Vol. 8 has a small piece cut from fep, probably a price or signature. . 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Not Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Rare Book.

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        ESCLAVAGE] Réclamations et observations des colons, sur l'idée de l'abolition de la traite et de l'affranchissement des Nègres

      S.n. 1789 - - S.n., s.l. Septembre 1789, in-8 (12x21cm), 52pp., relié. - Rare édition originale avec fausse mention de seconde édition de cet ouvrage paru anonymement et attribué à David Duval de Sanadon par Barbier et Quérard. Reliure à la bradel en plein cartonnage gris clair. Dos lisse muet. Très rare témoignage d'un contempteur de l'un des plus nobles combats de la Révolution française : l'abolition de l'esclavage. David Duval de Sanadon (1748-1816) né en Guadeloupe, colon et planteur de Saint-Domingue, fut défenseur de l'esclavage et fervent royaliste. Il rédigea plusieurs travaux sur le sujet : Précis sur l'esclavage des Nègres (1789), Discours sur l'esclavage des nègres et sur l'idée de leur affranchissement dans les colonies (1786), Précis sur l'esclavage des nègres (1789). Ce court pamphlet s'ouvre, en plein contexte de la Révolution française, sur le constat de l'importante mobilisation de l'opinion en faveur de l'abolition de l'esclavage : "Oui, sans doute, il est temps de ramener l'opinion publique égarée, enflammée sur beaucoup de questions auxquelles tiennent la tranquillité publique et la marche assurée du Gouvernement. Parmi ce nombre est celle de l'esclavage des Nègres, qui a donné naissance à tant d'écrits, et produit une fermentation qui menace les Colonies françaises d'un embrasement prochain, et d'une révolution funeste à la métropole elle-même." Sanadon met immédiatement en opposition les Colons et les Français métropolitains qui "poussés par un zèle [.] ne craignent pas de mettre en danger les propriétés, l'existence de leurs concitoyens, de leurs frères, et d'exposer les Colonies à la plus horrible catastrophe", dressant un tableau des plus pessimistes : "Tous les liens de la subordination sont rompus, tous les travaux sont abandonnés ; les scènes les plus cruelles se préparent ; l'affreux signal est donné : au nom de liberté, tout s'écrie, tout s'arme [.] Ces tableaux sont-ils exagérés ? Y ont-ils bien réfléchi, ces passionnés défenseurs de la cause des Noirs ? Ignorent-ils, ou peuvent-ils se dissimuler la réalité de ces effets désastreux ?". L'auteur fait ici clairement référence aux nombreuses sociétés anti-esclavagistes qui se constituèrent à la fin des années 1780, non seulement en France, mais aussi aux Etats-Unis et en Angleterre. Leur important travail de dénonciation contribua à l'élaboration de multiples pétitions revendiquant l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies. En France, en 1789, on ne dénombre pas moins d'une cinquantaine de cahiers de doléances sur le sujet. Aux arguments humanistes et universalistes des abolitionnistes, Sanadon oppose le traditionnel argument économique et tente de démontrer que le commerce métropolitain est dépendant des colonies et qu'abolir l'esclavage serait une « idée invraisemblable » et lourde de conséquences. En outre, le planteur estime qu'il est du devoir de la France de conserver les colonies, de les protéger et de les développer car elles sont la garantie d'une place stratégique sur le marché européen et plus particulièrement face à la concurrence anglaise, sur laquelle il convient de prendre l'avantage. Ces thèses ne seront pas ignorées par Mirabeau pourtant abolitionniste convaincu et membre fondateur en 1788 de la Société des amis des Noirs, qui militera pour une suppression progressive de l'esclavage. C'est justement la « situation « explosive » de Saint-Domingue, modèle de la pensée de Sanadon et emblème de la traite négrière, qui incite Mirabeau à proposer la mise en place d'une transition vers une économie de travailleurs salariés bien plus rentable et productive que celui des esclaves (Serge Bianchi, « Les Bières flottantes des négriers, un discours non prononcé sur l'abolition de la traite des Noirs », Annales historiques de la Révolution française, 2001). Malgré sa virulence, un texte comme celui de Sanadon ne constitue donc pas une défense aveugle des privilèges coloniaux. Argumentés et fondés sur une expérience concrète, ces libelles sont un véritabl [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History and Antiquities of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne Two volume set

      London: B White & Son. G: in Good condition without dust jackest as issued. Front board of Volume II detached and taped. 1789. First Edition. Brown hardback half-leather cover with marbled boards. 310mm x 240mm (12" x 9"). xvi, 680pp; 732pp. 31 b/w engraved plates and maps. "Including an Account of the Coal Trade of that Place and Embellished with Engraved Views of the Publick Buildings ". .

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        Niels Klims underjordiske Reise. Oversat efter den latinske Original af Jens Baggesen.

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        Eigene Lebensgeschichte, in vier Stücken.

      Halle, Curt 1789.7 Bll., 617 S., 10 Bll., 1 w. Bl. Dekorativer HLdr. d. Zt. mit grünem Rückenschild und Rückenverg. ADB III, 644. - Die nicht häufige Autobiographie des Geographen Anton Friedrich Büsching (1724 - 1793). Mit Wappen - Exlibris eines Grafen Schulenburg - Klosterroda, wohl Friedrich Albrecht Graf von der Schulenburg - Klosterroda (1772 - 1853; sächsischer Staatsmann). - Rücken mit Papieretikett. Bücher de

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        Oeuvres posthumes de Frédéric II, roi de Prusse.

      oO oVlg 1789 - Tome Premier [ - Douzieme]. [s.l. uns s.n. = Basel, Thurneysen] 1789. 12 Lederbände der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung und je zwei verschiedenfarbigen Rückenschildchen. (21,4 x 13,5 cm) 8°. - Anonymer schweizer Nachdruck am Vorabend der Französischen Revolution - Henning I A (S.24) = [Leithäuser, Gustav Adolf (1878): "Miscellaneen zur Geschichte König Friedrichs des Grossen, Theil I. Gesammtausgaben der Werke Friedrichs des Grossen, Verzeichniss sämtlicher Ausgaben und Uebersetzungen der Werke Friedrichs des Grossen"] Misz. 10 ["B. Nachdrucke der Originalausgaben"]. OCLC 717953435. RERO R005485317. Die ehemals sehr dekorativen Lederbände nun verblichen, berieben und bestoßen, teilweise verkratzt. Lagenweise stellenweise stärker gebräunt. Kleinere Fehlstellen an den Kapitalen, die Ecken und Kanten verschlissen. Die Innendeckel und fliegenden Vor-, bzw. Nachsätze mit Modeldruckpapier bezogen. Exlibris von Vicco von Bülow-Schwante auf den Innendeckeln, dort auch Spuren eines weiteren, alt entfernten Exlibris. Zum Inhalt: Tomes I - III: "Mémoires sur le règne de Frédéric II, Roi de Prusse, écrits par lui-même." Tomes IV - X: "Correspondance." Tomes XI und XII: "Mélanges." 12 Bände der Ausgabe ohne drei später erschienene, ergänzende Briefbände, die im wesentlichen den Briefwechsel Friedrichs mit dem General Fouqué sowie den mit d'Alembert enthalten. [Friedrich der Große] * Bitte fordern Sie bei Interesse unsere umfangreichen Anmerkungen an. * * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 10001 gr.

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        The natural history and antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton: with engravings, and an appendix

      London Printed by T. Bensley: for B. White and Son, at Horace's Head, Fleet-Street M,DCC,LXXXIX [1789] 4to: [2],vi,468 [i.e. 466],[14]pp, with two copper-engraved titles and seven plates (including the folding frontispiece) from drawings by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm, plus index and list of errata. Advertisement signed and dated: Gil. White. January 1st, 1788. Signature Ppp2 misnumbered Pp2; page 292 misnumbered 262; pp. 441-2 lacking in numbering only—text is continuous. Bound by Bayntun in full red levant morocco, spine gilt in six compartments (central ornament in four, lettering in two), boards framed in gilt filet with dominant gilt diamond centerpiece, elaborate gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, two red silk page markera laid in. A Fine wide-margined example, vritually pristine (folding frontispiece lightly soiled, typical cross-toning from engravings). Provenance: Philadelphia bibliophile Herman Blum, with his gilt stamp, dated 10/30/51, on front fly leaf. Martin 90. Rothschild 2550. Grolier English 62. Near Fine

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        Sonnets, Written Chiefly on Picturesque Spots, During a Tour

      R. Cruttwell, Bath 1789 - Second edition, "corrected, with additions" [2]-31 pp., lacking blank A1. 4to. The second edition of Bowles' sonnet sequence, which was a major source of inspiration for a young Samuel Taylor Coleridge and helped revive the sonnet form in English.The first edition, published as Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive, in 1789, is exceedingly rare - Hayward located only two copies. The Bradley Martin copy of the first edition brought $12,000 at his sale in 1990. Hayward 200 Period half calf and marbled boards, red morocco lettering piece. Light foxing [2]-31 pp., lacking blank A1. 4to Second edition, "corrected, with additions". [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay;

      London: John Stockdale,, 1789. with an Account of the Establishment of the Colonies of Port Jackson & Norfolk Island; compiled from Authentic Papers, which have been obtained from the several Departments, to which are added, The Journals of Lieuts. Shortland, Watts, Ball, & Capt. Marshall; with an account of their New Discoveries. Quarto (295 × 222 mm). Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked with the original spine laid down, green morocco label, red morocco onlay bands with gilt arabesque roll, compartments with similar corner-pieces, sun in splendour centre-tools, boards with a bead and chain panel enclosing a floral panel, both gilt, marbled endpapers. With portrait frontispiece after Wheatly, vignette title and 53 copper engraved plates, 5 of them folding. Complete with impressive list of 8-page subscribers list including the names of Joseph Banks, George Anson, Nathaniel Portlock and Alexander Dalrymple; errata leaf bound in before the Advertisement, and the advertisement leaf at the rear. A little rubbed, some scuffs to the boards, foxing to the frontispiece and title page, some offsetting tom the plates, occasional spotting, collector's bookplate of Adrian Bullock to the front pastedown, but overall a very good copy. First Edition, early issue - with the caption on the Kangooroo plate uncorrected, and mispagination of page 121 as 221 - of this foundation work on Australia as a European colony, the official account of the voyage of the First Fleet to Botany Bay and the settlement of Australia, based on the governor's journals and despatches. The appended "List of Convicts" - giving names, location and date of convictions, and length of sentence - is the basic source for all First Fleet genealogy. Arthur Phillip (1738-1814), not only commanded the voyage, but was holding a commission appointing him representative of the Crown for the eastern half of Australia and the adjoining Pacific islands. "Phillip was given the task of founding a convict settlement in Australia, and became the first governor of New South Wales. Reaching Botany Bay in 1788, via Tenerife, Rio de Janeiro and the Cape of Good Hope, Phillip decided that the site was unsatisfactory and sailed to Port Jackson, where he founded the city named Sydney, after Thomas Townshend, Viscount Sydney, secretary of state." (Hill). As large parts of the coastline were still unexplored, Phillip soon embarked on a voyage of coastal discovery. With three boats he set out to investigate Port Jackson, which Cook had named but had not charted. When Phillip discovered the extent of the Harbour, he was overjoyed: "Here all regret arising from the former disappointments was at once obliterated; and Governor Phillip had the satisfaction to find one of the finest harbours in the world, in which a thousand sail of the line might ride in prefect security.". Phillip's discovery of Sydney Harbour was of paramount importance, providing as it did a secure place for settlement. Phillip's journal and that of Hunter, which both contain the first charts of the Harbour based on Hunter's surveys, therefore represent "the foundation stones of any collection of books devoted to coastal discovery" (Wantrup). The account of the voyage is based mainly on Phillip's earliest report to the Government on the Colony, and the reports of other members of the First Fleet. The actual compiler is not known, but he must have had access to the official documents, as it is a very accurate account. The present work is the basic source book, the first in order of importance for the history of Australia and no collection can be complete without a copy.

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        A Tour through Sweden, Swedish-Lapland, Finland and Denmark. In a series of letters, illustrated with engravings.

      Stockton 1789 (Printed by R. Christopher). 4to. 1 tresnitt og 7 kobberstukne plansjer av Thomas Bewick og Ralph Beilby. Ny skinnrygg med bevart gammelt tittelfelt og dekler. Indre falser forsterket med lerret. 1 plansje reparert i øvre marg.. Later calf with old title- label and boards. Woodcut and 7 engraved plates by Thomas Bewick and Ralph Beilby. Inner hinges strengthened. 1 plate repaired in upper margin

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        Anekdoten vom Französischen Hofe, vorzüglich aus den Zeiten Ludewigs des XIV. und des Duc Regent aus Briefen der Madame d’Orleans Charlotte Elisabeth . Welchen noch ein Versuch über die Masque de Fer beigefügt ist. IV, 410 S. Sehr schöner Halblederbd d. Z. mit rotem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      Straßburg (d. i. Braunschweig, Schulbuchhandlung), 1789. - Erste Ausgabe der ersten Veröffentlichung aus den Briefen der Liselotte von der Pfalz (1652-1722) in deutscher Sprache. Die Briefe waren meist an die Prinzessin Caroline von Ansbach gerichtet, einige an den Herzog Anton Ulrich von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel; mit interessanten Kommentaren des Herausgebers. Die teils recht urwüchsigen Briefe schildern mit scharfem Blick die Verhältnisse der Zeit und die Missstände am Hof des Sonnenkönigs. Sie sind eine unschätzbare Fundgrube, um den damaligen Zustand der Deutschen und der Franzosen, die gesamte Kultur der beiden Nationen kennen zu lernen. "Bei wenigstens 4 Schreibtagen in der Woche gingen täglich bis zu einem Dutzend Briefe vor allem ins Reich, zumeist in einem originellen, unerhört temperamentvollen, von Sprichwörtern durchsetzten und bis zur Derbheit anschaulichen Deutsch von relativ hohem stilistischen Niveau ." (NDB). "Liselottes unbestechlicher Blick, ihr geistiges Niveau und ihre sprachliche Gestaltungskraft machen diese ursprünglich nur privat gemeinten Briefe nicht nur zu einem (kultur-)geschichtlichen Dokument, sondern auch zu einem literarischen Werk von Rang" (KNLL). "Aeusserst wichtig für die Kultur- und Sittengeschichte. Bemerkenswert sind die beiden letzten französischen Briefe, die sich aus guten Gründen nicht übersetzen lassen" (Hayn/G. V 482). – Aus der verschollenen Schlossbibliothek Wörlitz. Dazu schreiben die Kollegen Müller & Draheim, Potsdam, in ihrem Katalog 19: "Der schöne klassizistische Bibliotheksraum von Schloß Wörlitz steht seit Ende des ersten Weltkrieges leer. Die vom Gründer des Gartenreiches Leopold III. Friedrich Franz von Anhalt-Dessau angelegte Büchersammlung verblieb nach der Abdankung des Fürstenhauses in herzoglichem Privatbesitz. Sie wurde 1918 nach Schloß Dessau überführt und 1931 von Herzog Joachim Ernst an den Berliner Handel verkauft. Seither fehlt jede Spur. Ein Antiquariats-Katalog der Sammlung ist bisher nicht identifizert, auch die Kennzeichen der Wörlitzer Bände galten als unbekannt. Vergangenes Jahr [2010] konnte einem Sammelband . die Provenienz Schloß Wörlitz zugewiesen werden. Seine Kennzeichen waren: Auf der ersten Titelrückseite ein rechteckiger, um 1920 geschnittener Stempel Schlossbibliothek Dessau mit Teilansicht des Dessauer Schlosses, im vorderen Innendeckel anhaltinisches Wappen-Exlibris derselben Zeit . Am Kopf des Titelblattes fanden sich ferner die Initialen S. W. in zeitgenössischer Feder. Die Auflösung dieser schlichten Sigle zu Schloß Wörlitz lag nahe . Das 1778 handschriftlich vor den Schränken aufgenommene und 2008 von der Kulturstiftung DessauWörlitz kommentiert heruasgegebene Verzeichnis der fürstlichen Bibliothek zu Wörlitz bestätigte die Existenz . [diese] Sammelbandes in Schloß Wörlitz. Die Evidenz der Kennzeichen bewog das Land Sachsen-Anhalt zum Ankauf für die Kulturstiftung DessauWörlitz". Der vorliegende Band weist die selben Provenienzmerkmale auf wie oben beschrieben. Obwohl die 'Anekdoten' im Verzeichnis von 1778 noch nicht vermerkt werden konnten, erlauben die übereinstimmenden Merkmale die Zuweisung an Schloss Wörlitz. – Exlibris Eduard Hoffmann und Wappenexlibris auf Innendeckel und fliegendem Vorsatz. Hübscher Stempel der Schlossbibliothek Dessau. Vorzüglich frisches Exemplar auf besserem Papier. – H./B. I 1714. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1789 Voyages of Anacharsis ATLAS MAPS Greece Macedonia Greek Geography 8v SET

      A Paris : Chez De Bure l'aine ., 1789. - 1789 Voyages of Anacharsis ATLAS MAPS Greece Macedonia Greek Geography 8v SET 31 INCREDIBLE Illustrations of Classical Greece This popular work is simply a traveler’s guide to Greece. It includes color outlined maps and historic sites such as Delphi, Mount Parnassus, and the Parthenon. Jean-Jacques Barthélemy (1716 – 1795) was a French writer and numismatist. Barthélemy was the author of a number of learned works on antiquarian subjects, but the great work on which his fame rests is Travels of Anacharsis the younger in Greece. While modern scholarship has superseded many of the details in this book, Barthelemy himself stated the purpose of the book was simply to supply his fellow man with knowledge of the Greek civilization. Anacharsis was a Scythian philosopher who travelled from his homeland on the northern shores of the Black Sea to Athens in the early 6th century BC and made a great impression as a forthright, outspoken "barbarian". Reputedly a forerunner of the Cynics, none of his works has survived. Main author: J -J Barthelemy Title: Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grece : dans le milieu du quatrieme siecle avant l'ere vulgaire. Published: A Paris : Chez De Bure l'aine ., 1789. Language: French Notes & contents: • 1st edition • 8 volume set o 7 tomes + atlas o 31 total engravings 24 maps A Paris : Chez De Bure l'aiÌ‚né ., 1789. 7 fascinating illustrations • Ancient architecture & building plans • Medallions FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: A Paris : Chez De Bure l'aine ., 1789. Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 13cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $950 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Interesting Small Archive of French Revolutionary Era Newspapers

      Paris, 1789. First Edition. Self-wraps. Folded sheets, stitched. The archive includes twenty items. Titles as follows: 1) Journal de Perlet #s 33 to 37, 39, 911 to 915; Paris, C. Perlet, various years; Suite du Journal de Perlet #356; Paris, C. Perlet, 1793. 2) Journal des débats et des décrets #344; Paris, De l'Imprimerie Nationale, 1792. 3) Annales universelles et méthodiques, concernant la Politique, la Législation, le Commerce, l'Agriculture, l'Economie, la Marine, les Finances, les Sciences, la Littérature, les Arts Méchaniques & Libéraux, &c. #s IV (November 14), 133 (September 9, 1790), 2 (January 6, 1791), 7 (but perhaps 17?) (January 17, 1791), 18 (January 18, 1791), 19 (January 19, 1791); Paris, De l'Imprimerie des Annales Universelles. 4) Bulletin politique du N. 126 des Annales Universelles; Paris, August 25, 1790. Some sporadic foxing. The Perlet issues and one of the Annales Universelles have a faint stain affecting the upper corner; a couple of the Perlet issues have minor wormholes. Overall a nicely preserved set of items pertaining to the French Revolution.; Octavo.

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        4. Vols / 4 Bände : Tableaux, Statues, Bas Reliefs Et Camées, De La Galerie De Florence, Et Du Palais Pitti, Dessinés par M. Wicar, Peintre, et gravés sous la direction de M. Lacombe, Peintre; Avec Les Explications, Par M. Mongez l\'aîné, de l\'Académie Royale des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Garde des Antiques de Sainte Géneviève, etc, etc. Imprimées sur Papier-vélin superfin de Johannot d\'Annonay..Paris , Chez LACOMBE , Peintre , Editeur de l´Ouvrage M.DCC.LXXXIX

      Paris , Chez LACOMBE , Peintre , Editeur de l´Ouvrage M.DCC.LXXXIX e.a., 1789 - 1814. Gr.-Fol., , Halbleder 4 Bände in 4 Büchern. Prachtvolle schöne Halblederausgabe ( ca. 36 x 54 cm ) in altersberücksichtigend schönem Erhaltungszustand. Rote Halblederbände mit Rückentitel und reicher Goldverzierung. Die Buchdeckel altersüblich etwas berieben, beschabt, im Leder teils leicht berieben oder leicht best. Buchecken teilweise etwas bestossen. Schöner Papierzustand , Illustrationen mit den Pergaminblättern geschützt. Im Papier teilweise alters oder stockfleckig ( Vorsätze i.d.R. etwas stockfleckig, teils an den Pergaminblättern etwas stockfleckig, überierwiegend die jeweils paar ersten und letzten Seiten etwas stock/ altersfleckig, sonst gelegentlich in unterschiedlichem Umfang. . Alle Gelenke sind intakt , Schnitt üblich angestaubt, altersübliche Lese Gebrauchspuren. - Alle Tafeln sind vorhanden . Das Vorsatzpapier teils druckwellig e.t.c. 803 Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Descrizione Dei Circhi Particolarmente Di Quello Di Caracalla E Dei Giucchi In Essi Celebrati. Opera postuma publicata da Carlo Fea.

      Roma Pagliarini 1789 - 1. edition. 44,5 x 31,5 cm. XXI, CXXX, XX S. Ill. Halbpergament der Zeit mit neuem Rückenschild, teilweise berieben, restauriert. Brunet 1, 848; Cicognara 3619; Olschki 16463; nicht im Ornamentstichkatalog. Erste Ausgabe. Mit gestochener Titelvig. , 4 textkupfern und 20 (7gefaltete) Kupfertafeln. Mit teilweise zusammengesetzten Faltplänen und rissen antiker Stadien sowie interessanten Aufnahmen ihrer besonderen arcjitektonischen Details. Biaconi war als Leibarzt am sächsischen Hof und später in Rom einflußreich für die Entwicklung Winkelmanns. - Teilweise etwas gebräunt und etwas fleckig. Gestochenes Exlibris des italienischen Künstlers Augusto Burchi. -------- First edition. With 20 (7 folded) engraved plates, four engraved head - and tailpisces. "Opera accrediata, e pina di dottrina". Some browning and spotting. Bound in contemporary half vellum, new spine label; partly rubbed, few restaurations. Bookplate of the Italien painter Augusto Burchi. 1.100 gr. Halbpergament der Zeit mit neuem Rückenschild, teilweise berieben, restauriert.

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        Plan of a society established in London, anno domini 1785,

      8vo. (in 4s), 80pp., in early, perhaps original, wrappers, the spine paper somewhat worn. A fine copy. Rare, as are all early editions. (ESTC finds 3 copies of a single-sheet plan probably of 1785, a single copy of a 32 page pamphlet dated 1786, a single copy of a 44 page pamphlet of 1787, 3 copies of another in 1788, and 3 copies of our 1789 printing - at BL Lambeth Palace Un. of Kansas). "The initiative that led to its foundation came chiefly from a well-to-do Baptist merchant and philanthropist, William Fox, who had already founded a free day school at Clapton, where he was lord of the manor. He had been canvassing the possibility of a national system of education, and he discovered in Raikes's plan the basis for such a system. The Society, which eventually emerged out of a meeting called by Fox in August 1785, was formed to promote Sunday Schools and thus to rescue the children of the poor 'from low habits of vice and idleness, and to initiate them into a moral and religious course of life.' The primary medium of reformation was assumed to be the Bible. Hence the overpowering emphasis on reading instruction, with the Bible, the Book of Common Prayer, and the Catechism as the chief vehicles, and acceptance by the Society of responsibility for providing these and other text books. The founders were determined to submerge sectarian differences. Evangelicals had no prejudice against working with Nonconformists, and the Sunday School Society offers an admirable instance of that cooperation." [David Owen, English philanthropy, p.114]. In 1789, the management committee of 24 men included William Fox, Thomas Raikes, Samuel Hoare, and Samuel Thornton. The treasurer was the M.P. and philanthropist, Henry Thornton. With whatever measure of cynicism modern historians may now view this Sunday School movement, its rapid achievements are undeniable. By 1789 it had established 610 schools, educated 41,295 scholars, given away 46,639 spelling books, 13,144 testaments, and 3,261 bibles.

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        "Authentic Letter from Botany Bay" dated Sydney Cove 12 July 1788 [in] The Morning Chronicle and London Advertiser

      London: R. Butters, Fleet Street, 1789. Broadside, 4pp., halfpenny tax stamp, a well preserved example. Scarce contemporary printing of an important letter from Port Jackson, dated Sydney Cove, 12 July 1788. Running to over 1500 words and including a good number of otherwise unrecorded personal reflections, it is a substantial contribution to the history of the First Fleet. A similar but significantly different letter was transcribed by Sir Joseph Banks, and was later printed in the Historical Records of New South Wales (see below). Such letters published in contemporary journals and newspapers represent a substantial alternative account of the early days of the colony. The published date of early May 1789 confirms that the original must have been carried on either the Borrowdale or the Prince of Wales, the only vessels to have reached England in time. It was written by an officer, but not likely a sailor (phrases such 'as far as I can recollect, we sailed from the Cape of Good Hope on the 20th of November 1787' are hardly the hallmark of a nautical man). The author was one of those who stayed in Botany Bay while Phillip and Hunter reconnoitred to the north, and while impressed with the beauty of Sydney harbour ('the finest in the known world'), he was bitter about the poor soil and land, and does not flinch from open criticism of Cook (and by implication, Banks). Some of the most interesting sections include comments on his attempt to cultivate his own plot of land and his affection for his three messmates, who have united their estates and sown half an acre of wheat. He also comments on buying six sheep at the Cape of Good Hope, but that they are 'dead through the badness of this country, or killed by some villains among the convicts.'The most notable aspect of the letter, however, is the author's sophisticated account of the flora and fauna of Sydney and keen eye for the habits of the aborigines - 'the natives are accurately described by Capt. Cook (I wish he had as faithfully described the country).' The notes on natural history are of some substance. However, despite having been given two acres of land and space for a garden, despite the establishment of a 'brick manufactory', despite their progress in building huts 'principally of the cabbage trees', despite having sown wheat and successfully grown some potatoes, the author is despondent about the settlement. His letter concludes with him venturing 'to say it will never answer the intentions of Government, and I make no doubt, but we shall be recalled, which I sincerely wish' and, even more strongly, 'I believe this country to be the outcast of God's works.'The letter is unsigned, but the author was likely either a supernumerary or a marine officer. It was surely not written by Tench, who was much more sanguine about the colony, it has little in common with Collins, and nothing with the only known work by the Reverend Richard Johnson (An Address to the Inhabitants, 1794). Nor does it share much with the journals and letters now held in the Mitchell and National Libraries. Indeed, given the letter's notes on natural history, it was quite possibly written by one of the medical men, who took the keenest interest in the flora and fauna of Sydney. Perhaps the most likely candidate is the Surgeon John White, with whose published account the letter shares several interests and not a few unusual phrases ("rara avis" to describe the black swan, the use of red gum as an "astringent", the note that the trees are only good for firewood, and the strong sense that the settlement should be abandoned). Of the other surgeons, perhaps another possible candidate is Dennis Considen, except it is hard to believe that he would have been so dismissive of Cook, as it might have given offence to Sir Joseph Banks, and at the time Considen was carefully attempting to garner the latter's patronage (but see HRNSW, vol. 1, part II, p. 220). If nothing else, White did have one of his later letters printed in the London Chronicle in December 1790.It is interesting to compare the text of this letter with a similar one which was transcribed by Sir Joseph Banks and retained in his papers, later being included in the Historical Records of New South Wales (vol. 1, part II, pp. 221-4). Although the two letters share enough in common to prove that they are in some way based on the same original, and while both share a sense of dismay about the fate of the settlement, there are significant differences in tone and structure; most interestingly, while the HRNSW letter is slightly fuller and more detailed, it lacks many of the more personal aspects of the Morning Chronicle version (such as the note on his messmates, the comments on his gardening, or the fate of the sheep he bought at the Cape). Another curious point is that the HRNSW letter is said to be "by an officer of the marines" (although the authority for this statement is not clear), and is dated 18 November 1788, five months later than the present letter. Whatever the case, Banks simply noted that it 'would not be prudent to rely wholly upon what this gent has advanced.'We have handled two separate printings of this letter, the present example and another in the London Chronicle. However, this example in the Morning Chronicle appears to be the first instance the letter is printed for the general public: dated April 24, it predates the later instance in the London Chronicle which was released during the first week of May 1789.

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        Le grand Porte - feuille politique a lâ??usage des Princes et des Ministres, des Ambassadeurs et des Hommes de lois... en dix - neuf tableaux contenant la Constitution actuelle des Empires, Royaumes, Republiques et autres principales Souverainetes de lâ??Europe...

      chez lâ??Auteur et chez Maradan 1789 Folio (cm. 55,3), 2 cc.nn. (occhietto e frontis.), XV, 3 pp.nn. con 19 tavv. a doppia pagina. Legatura inizio â??800 in mz. pelle con nervi, fili e fregi oro al ds. Tagli rossi. Interni lievemente ingialliti ma ottimo esemplare in carta forte. Edizione originale. Raro. Su ciascuna tavola (dedicate, tra lâ??altro, a: Granducato di Toscana, Russia, Turchia, Gran Bretagna, Regno delle due Sicilie, Sardegna, Stato Ecclesiastico, Polonia, Repubblica di Venezia, Province Unite, Repubblica di Genova, Ordine di Malta, Stati Uniti) sono indicate popolazione, stato militare, finanze, costituzione politica, moneta, commerci, ecc.

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        [ESCLAVAGE] Réclamations et observations des colons, sur l'idée de l'abolition de la traite et de l'affranchissement des Nègres

      Second edition of this book appeared anonymously and given to David Duval Sanadon by Barbier.Binding to bradel full cartonage light gray. spine smooth mute. S.n. s.l. Septembre 1789 in-8 (12x21cm) 52pp. relié

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        Album der Freundschaft von Wolfgang Friedrich von Schenck.

      Marburg 1787-1789. - 292 Seiten mit zahlreichen Einträgen und 15 gemalten Porträt-Silhouetten, 2 Farbstiftzeichnungen, 2 Bleistiftzeichnungen beiliegend, 1 Stickerei sowie einer blattgroßen Bleistiftzeichnung von August Tischbein. Einige Leerseiten, wenige Seiten entfernt. 10,5 x 17,5 cm, Leder der Zeit mit Vergoldung, goldgeprägten Initialen W.F.V.S., Goldschnitt. In Pappschatulle. Umfangreiches Album des jungen Wolfgang Friedrich von Schenck (1768-1848) aus seiner Marbuger Studentenzeit, überwiegend mit Einträgen seiner Kommilitonen und Freunde. Der Eintrag von Tischbein vom 15. September 1787 ist unterzeichnet "August Tischbein aus Lübeck", als von dem sog. Lübecker Tischbein (1768-1848) aus der Malerfamilie, der sich zu der Zeit als Schüler bei seinem Onkel in Kassel aufhielt. Während sich August Tischbein später als Maler in Rostock niederließ, wurde Schenck Verwaltungsjurist und erster Landrat des Kreises Siegen. - Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ruolo delli Cavalieri, Cappellani conventuali, e Serventi dâ??armi ricevuti nella veneranda lingua dâ??Italia della sagra Religione Gerosolimitana, e distinti nelli rispettivi Priorati

      nella Stamperia del Palazzo di S.A.E., per Fra Giovanni Mallia suo stampat. 1789 4to (cm. 22,5), 116 pp. Assenti, come sovente, due carte finali (â??Errataâ?? ed ultima bianca). Legatura coeva in carta marmorizzata policroma (ds. usurato). Annotazioni di antica mano riguardanti aggiunte di numerosi nominativi nel ruolo dei Cavalieri di Venezia. Minime ingialliture e qualche piccolo segno ad inchiostro, altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Raro.

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        Saggio di memorie della città di Tolentino raccolte ed illustrate.

      presso Antonio Cortesi e B. Capitani,, Macerata, 1789 - Cm. 26,5, pp. xiii (7) 381 (1). Con stemma inciso al frontespizio e 5 tavole fuori testo (di cui 2 ripiegate). Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso liscio con fregi e titoli in oro su doppio tassello. Tagli colorati. Qualche leggera e sporadica fioritura, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Si tratta della rara edizione originale di quest'opera erudita sulla storia della città marchigiana. Cfr. Lozzi, 5370. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Narrative of Four Journeys Into the Country of the Hottentots, and Caffraria in the Years One Thousand and Seventy-Seven, Eight, and Nine.


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        The Death of Amnon. A Poem. With an Appendix: Containing Pastorals and other Poetical Pieces

      Coventry: Printed for the Author, by N. Rollason, 1789, 1789. First edition. Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, page 144; Johnson, Provincial Poetry, 406. A fine copy. Rare.. 8vo, modern gray boards and printed paper label period style. ??-page list of subscribers. A remarkable collection of poems by a long-serving maidservant, Elizabeth Hands, in the Huddesford family, nearly Coventry, printed at the Rugby School press and published by subscription. Among the impressive number of 1500 subscribers are Anna Seward, Joseph Banks and Edmund Burke. Mrs. Hands had previously published some of her poems under the pseudonym "Daphne" in the Coventry Mercury.

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        An Abridgement of Portlock and Dixon's Voyage Round the World

      London: Printed for John Stockdale - and George Goulding,, 1789 A contemporary abridged edition of the principal account of the first commercial voyage to the Northwest Coast and the first English voyage to visit Hawaii after that of Captain James Cook. Contains a large map bound in the front. Front free endpaper is detached, foxing throughout. A very rare abridgement of the classic book. In September 1785 Portlock and Dixon sailed from England. Portlock was in command of the larger vessel, the 320 ton (BOM) King George, with a crew of 59. Dixon's was in command of the 200 ton (BOM) Queen Charlotte, with a crew of 33. Dixon and Portlock sailed together for most of their three year voyage. They crossed the Atlantic Ocean, reaching the Falkland Islands in January 1786, and transited Cape Horn to enter the Pacific Ocean. They reached the Hawaiian islands on 24 May and anchored in Kealakekua Bay (where Cook had been killed in 1779), but did not go ashore. They took on fresh food at other Hawaiian islands and proceeded on to what is now Alaska. After two years of plying the waters, Portlock and Dixon departed North America, reaching Macao in November 1788. On their return Portlock and Dixon published an account of the voyage, based in part on letters written by William Beresford, the trader on the expedition. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        A Mad Bull (Hand-Coloured Aquatint). 1789

      London.: R. Cornman, 1789. 1st Edition . Loose as Issued. . Very Good/Not applicable. Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall. R. Dodd. This "First state" 1789 Aquatint engraved by R. Dodd and published by R. Cornman. First published in 1789 and re-issued in 1805.The colours are still very strong & bright, no stains, the engraving is in a 20th century plain wood frame with a wash-line mount. Measures Approx 51 x 62 cm (inc frame). The name of the artist lower left and the engraver lower right, no other publisher or imprint marks, but as described in the "Life Of George Morland" 1824, which also furnished the printer details for me to add here as part of its history. *One of the more interesting and dynamic artists of his day, his dissolute and frivolous lifestyle kept his adventures picturesque and at the same time sad. He died aged only 41 in poverty and a reduced figure. 1763-1804. This print removed from a large local "private" estate.

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        The History of Greece. Vols I & II of the 3 Volume 2nd Edition

      Cadell, London 1789 - 2 vols. pp. Frontis Map, xvii, 476; xvi, 695. Newly rebound in full leather. Raised ribs to spine, gilt bands to ribs, gilt labels. New epps (in period-appropriate paper) sewn in. Text blocks very clean, bright and unmarked. A fine, robust pair with the bookplates of the Earl of Granard. The second edition 1789-1790 is complete in 3 volumes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Naamregister van alle de Heeren Leden der Regeering in de Vereenigde Provincien met derzelver Gedeputeerden in de Generaliteits Collegien. Als mede de Heeren Leden der Regeering des Landschaps Drenthe, En de Steden onder het Resort van de Generaliteit. Voor den Jaare 1789. WAARBIJ: Naamen van de Regeeringe der zes stemmende Steden van Zeeland, Uitmaakende de Staaten van Zeeland, benevens de Collegien van Gecommitteerde Raaden, ter Admiraliteit, in de Rekenkamer, den Raad van Vlaanderen, enz. WAARBIJ: Naamregister der Leeden, Steeden, en Regeering derzelve, Uyt welke de Vergaderinge van Hun Edele Groot Mogende de Heeren Staten van Holland en West-Vriesland bestaat, In welke te vinden zyn, die Sessie hebben in de Respective Hooge Collegien, a

      Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten, en Reinier Ottens 1789 - 7 werken in 1 band, 48, 192, 108, 92, 168, 22, 48 p. Origineel Perkament, 12°

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        Etat nominatif des pensions sur le Trésor royal, imprimé par ordre de l'Assemblée nationale.

      de l'Imprimerie Nationale 1789-1791, A Paris - 4 vol. in-4 de 531 pp. ; 574 pp. ; 548 pp. ; 492 pp.,veau havane marbré, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge et de tomaison en maroquin vert, double filet doré sur les coupes, jaspures bleues sur les tranches (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Importante publication révolutionnaire contenant les noms et qualités des pensionnaires, les dons, gratifications et pensions, l'état de leurs services et les observations sur les motifs qui leur ont mérités leur traitement octroyés par le roi. Cet état divisé en 7 classes plus 1 supplément, fut publié par les soins du Comité des finances. Il corresond aux retenues graduelles et proportionnelles auxquelles elles avaient été assujetties par les arrrêts du Conseil des 29 janvier 1770 et 13 octobre 1787. Bel exemplaire sur papier vélin dans une élégante reliure de l'époque. Tourneux, III, 13457. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ingénue Saxancour, ou la Femme séparée, Histoire propre à démontrer, combien il est dangereux pour les Filles de se marier par entêtement, et avec précipitation, malgré leurs Parens : Écrite par Elle-même.

      - Liège et Paris, Maradan, 1789. 3 volumes in-12, demi-maroquin violine janséniste, dos à 5 nerfs, titre et tomaison dorés, daté en pied, tranches rouges (rel. du XIXe s.), 248 p.; (4), 240 p. et (4), 260, (2) p. Edition originale de premier tirage de "l’ouvrage le plus cruel de Restif", qui relate les infortunes d'une jeune fille mal mariée, à qui son mari-tortionnaire fait subir tous les sévices, moraux et physiques, les plus ignobles. Sans doute s'agit-il d'Agnès, la propre fille de l'auteur, qu'on sait en avoir été amoureux et soupçonne d'avoir abusé d'elle. "L’un des livres les plus atroces qui soit sur les violences conjugales, inoubliable grâce au personnage d’Agnès-Ingénue, si totalement abandonnée de son entourage, et surtout à celui de Moresquin dont la monstruosité ne le cède qu'aux seuls héros de Sade". "Il est très-possible que ce livre ait été rédigé par Agnès elle-même, qui savait écrire et qui, à l’exemple de sa mère, composait des vers et des pièces de théâtre. Cet ouvrage est le plus rare de tous ceux de Restif, soit que l’édition ait été détruite en bloc, soit que les exemplaires aient été recherchés systématiquement pour être détruits l’un après l’autre. Restif, en effet, a dépassé dans ce roman toutes les bornes du cynisme ( ). 'Ingénue Saxancour' est aujourd’hui absolument introuvable" (Paul Lacroix). Chaque volume contient, enchâssé au milieu du récit, une pièce de théâtre. (Conlon, 'Siècle des Lumières', 89 :10611. Paul Lacroix (P.L. Jacob), 'Restif', n° XXXVI, p. 313-319. Rives Child, n° XXXV-1, p. 307-309, qui ne recense que 4 exemplaires dont le sien). Faux-titre et titre du vol. I réparé dans leur marge sup. sans perte de texte. Feuillet 167-174 et 185-190 salis. Manque 1 feuillet (sur 2) du prospectus d’annonce des 'Provinciales' en fin. Exemplaire bien complet des pages 249-252 du tome III qui ont été retranchées de presque tous les exemplaires. Petite étiquette imprimée "A. Retourné, Amiens". Très bon exemplaire, bien relié. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mélanges de philosophie et d'économie politique.

      Paris, Briand 1789 - 2 vol. in-8, XVI-463 et [4]-VIII-562-[2] pp., avec un tableau dépliant (au volume I), basane marbrée, dos à nerfs cloisonnés et fleuronnés, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Coins émoussés, mais bon exemplaire. Edition originale : ce titre sera repris l'année suivante sous la dénomination de Principes de politiques, de finances, d'agriculture, de législation, mais c'est le même texte. L'avocat Guillaume Grivel (1735-1810) y développe des idées très proches de celles des Physiocrates. INED, 2160. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History and Antiquities of the Town and County of the Town of Newcastle Upon Tyne - Vols 1&2

      London: Printed for B.White & Son and T&I.Egerton, 1789. Newcastle upon Tyne, including an account of the coal trade of that place and embellished with engraved views of the public buildings etc. Volume One, xvi, 676pp plus index, frontis and twenty one plates including the folding map of Newcastle upon Tyne. Volume Two, 723pp plus index. frontis and nine plates. All plates present and correct according to binders list. Most plates have some foxing ranging from medium to light. Text pages are clean except for set off from some of the plates.Recently rebound in full goatskin with the original library plate of Joseph Oswald of Newcastle upon Tyne saved and remounted.. Full Goatskin. Good Plus. 310x250mm.

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        Svmma Plantarvm qvae hactenvs innotvervnt methodo Linnaeana per genera et species digesta illvstrata descripta.

      - Mediolani, typis Imper. Monast. Ambrosii Majoris, 1789-1792. 6 volumes. 8vo (202 x 120mm). pp. vi, 497; 459; 557; 487; 458; 397, xliii. Contemporary half calf, spines with gilt lines and gilt lettered black labels (Together with:) VITMAN, F. Summae Plantarum a fulgentio Vitman in lucem editae Anno 1789. Supplementum. Tomus I. Mediolani, Apud Pirotam et Masperum, 1802. 8vo (202 x 120mm). pp. viii, 384. Contemporary half calf, spine with gilt lines and gilt lettered black labels. A fine uniformly bound set with the rare supplement. Fulgenzio Vitman (1728-1806) was an Italian botanist and clergyman. Professor of botany and director of the Pavia botanical garden 1763-1773; professor of botany at the Lyceum of Brera, Milano 1774 and founder of the botanical garden of the Lyceum 1781.Stafleu & Cowan 16255. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      [London?] June 16,, . 1789 - 1 sheet measuring 3 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, mounted on cardboard backing. Old fold lines. Near fine. Receipt for a print of one of Trumbull's most famous historical paintings, "The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 27 November 1781." The receipt reads: "Received the 16th Day of June, 1789, from Rev. Dr. Davis the Sum of Three guineas, being One Half of the Subscription for a Proof Print of the Sortie of Gibraltar, which We promise to deliver, according to the Proposals. [signed] J.Cracknell, Jno. Trumbull, Willm. Sharp." The receipt bears an embossed notary seal. Trumbull had been, up to this point, primarily painting scenes from the American Revolution. Being in England, and finding his Revolutionary scenes none too popular in that venue, he undertook to celebrate a British feat of arms, producing this masterful work. Hailed as the official painter of the Revolution, Trumbull studied painting and art in England and France. The youngest son of the governor of Connecticut, the elder John Trumbull very much wanted his son to go into law. Trumbull did study the law, but gladly joined the fight against the British when the Revolution broke out. He eventually served as Washington's second aide-de- campe, having been brought to the General's attention through some very accurate drawings he had made of British gun emplacements. He rose to the rank of colonel as a deputy adjutant- general, but resigned the commission he finally received because it was dated three months late, a slight his honor could not stand. He refused to return to the law, finding it quite distasteful and chose instead to pursue his true passion, art, against his family's wishes. Though he was never particularly wealthy in this pursuit, he did achieve a certain amount of success in his own lifetime. Among his most famous works are those commissioned in 1817 by Congress to adorn the Capitol building: "The Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga," "The Surrender of General Cornwallis at Yorktown," "The Declaration of Independence," and "The Resignation of General Washington." DAB XIX, pp.11- 15. Helen A. Cooper, JOHN TRUMBULL: THE HAND AND SPIRIT OF A PAINTER, (Yale, 1982), pp.10-11.

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        Baiersche Flora. - 2 Bände -- angebunden: ders.: Vom Pflanzenschlafe und von anverwandten Erscheinungen bey Pflanzen.

      München, Strobl 1789 - Halbleder-Einband der Zeit mit zwei Rückenschildern. - 753; 670, (34) Seiten, mit gest. Frontispiz und 2 gestochenen Titelkupferstichen. Angebunden an den ersten Band ist Schrank's seltenes Werk "Vom Pflanzenschlafe" Ingolstadt, Krüll, 1792. 55 Seiten. -- Sehr seltenes Werk in schönen zeitgenössischen Einbänden. -- Franz von Paula Schrank (1747 in Vornbach am Inn heute: Neuburg am Inn; † 22. Dezember 1835 in München) war ein deutscher Botaniker, Insektenforscher und Mitglied des Jesuitenordens. Er besuchte das heutige Gymnasium Leopoldinum in Passau und trat dem Jesuitenorden bei. 1776 erhielt er in Wien den Doktortitel für Theologie und wurde Professor für Mathematik und Physik am Lyzeum in Amberg. 1784 wurde er Professor an der ersten bayerischen Universität in Ingolstadt. Nach der Verlegung der Universität 1800 nach Landshut setzte er dort seine Tätigkeit als Hochschullehrer fort. Von 1809 bis 1832 war Schrank der erste Direktor des Botanischen Gartens in München. -- Original! - Keine Kopie! - Kein Nachdruck! Many antique maps and prints in our shop! - Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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