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        MEMOIRES DU BARON DE TOTT, SUR LES TURCS ET LES TARTARES.

      - Amsterdam, s.e., 1790, 11x17, quatre parties en deux volumes. Reliures en demi basane brune à coins. Dos lisses, avec filets dorés. Pièces de titre rouges et pièces de tomaison noires et rondes. Quelques rares rousseurs, sinon très beaux exemplaires ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        Dresden. - Gesamtansicht. - Altstadt. - Guckkastenblatt. - Carmine. - "Die Residenz-Stadt Dresden gegen Mitternacht".

      . Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, alt koloriert, um 1790. Von Deutsch (18. Jh.). 28,1 x 39,4 cm (Darstellung / mit Schmuckrahmen) / 31,3 x 42,0 cm (Platte) / 39,0 x 48,5 cm (Blatt). Unterhalb der Darstellung italienisch, deutsch und französisch betitelt. Verlegeradresse Joseph Carmine in Augsburg. - Ansicht der Dresdner Altstadt mit Frauenkirche, Hofkirche und Augustusbrücke vom gegenüberliegenden Elbufer aus. - Blatt mit leichten Lagerspuren, leicht angeschmutzt und mit wohlerhaltenem Kolorit. Ingesamt guter Erhaltungszustand. Deutsch (18. Jh.).

      [Bookseller: Galerie Himmel]
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        ANDREAE PIQUERII ARCHIATRI INSTITUTIONES MEDICAE

      Apud Viudam Joachimi Ibarra - Matriti. 1790. 18h+434Pág+2h. 21X15. Instituciones de la medicina en fisiología y patología por el Dr. A. Piquer. Ref 8.6 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters Concerning the Northern Coast of the County of Antrim Containing such circumstances as appear worthy of notice respecting the Antiquities, Manners and Customs of that County. Together with the natural history of the Basalts,

      Dublin: Printed by George Bonham for Pat Byrne, G. Robinson, and P. Elmsly, 1790. - 20.5 by 13 cms. Part 1. xi+138 pp. Part II. 190 pp. 1 folding plate, plus 2 smaller engraved views in the text. The map and 2 further folding views are not present. Contemporary calf, gilt bordered boards, highly decorative gilt spine with contemporary label, marbled endpapers, bookplate of Robert Grainger on front paste down, page ix damaged with loss to lower right corner, p.190 also damaged with small loss. Owner's signature to title page which is also dusty and with some spotting. Boards rubbed and scuffed, bottom corners bumped. Otherwise a very tight clean copy, albeit defective, of an important book on Irish geology.

      [Bookseller: Saintfield Antiques & Fine Books]
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        Criticisms on the Rolliad [with] Probationary Odes for the Laureatship [with] Political Miscellanies by the authors of the Rolliad and Probationary Odes (Four Works in One Volume, 1790-1791)

      London: James Ridgway. (1790-1791). Four works in one volume: 1. Criticisms on the Rolliad. Part the First (Ninth edition, 1791); 2. Criticisms on the Rolliad. Part the Second (Fourth edition, 1790); 3. Probationary Odes for the Laureatship: with a Preliminary Discourse, by Sir John Hawkins, Knt. (Ninth edition, 1791); 4. Political Miscellanies by the authors of the Rolliad and Probationary Odes (First edition, 1790). Octavo. Engraved frontispiece plate and title vignette. Contemporary full tree calf with morocco spine label: "Rolliad Compleat." Rubbing to the spine and joints, else near fine. A scarce complete set of this pioneering collection of satires on the administration of William Pitt the Younger, written in the form of mock reviews of a mock epic. Originally published in the Morning Herald in 1784-85, it became an instant sensation. Its anonymous authors also contributed ancillary satires which were published together with it. When collected in book-form, they ran through twenty-two editions. Armorial bookplate of Henry Merrick Hoare and bookseller's ticket on the front pastedown. A handsome copy. ESTC T133733, T133732, N11967, and T173343. .

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        Geographie'. French children's geographical card game dating from the period of the French Revolution, with cards pertaining to Terres Australes and Etats Unis.

      1790 - 1800, France: 1790 - Children's geographical card game with vivid political content, dating from the French Revolution and from just after the American Revolution, as the 38th card, 'Etats Unis' describes Philadelphia as the capital, which was the temporary capital of the United States from 1790 to 1800, while the Federal City was under construction in the District of Columbia. Card V, "La France, Description Politique", refers to the French Revolution and the abolition of the monarchy, as follows: "[La France] a ete gouvernee par soixante-sept Rois de trois races differentes, depuis Pharamond jusqu'a Louis XVI, sous le regne duquel le gouvernement monarchique fut aboli". This card goes on to extol contemporary life in France: "La France est aujourd'hui . le pays de la terre ou l'art de vivre en societe est cultive avec le plus de succes". An astonishing claim, given that tens of thousands of Frenchmen had just been dispatched during the reign of terror of 1793 - 1794.Card XXXVIII (United States) also gives credit to the French role in winning the American Revolution: "Les Americains, aides par les Francais, proclamerent leur liberte en 1776, et se formerent en republique, sous le nom d'Etats Unis". Card XLVIII, "Terres Polaires et Australes", which mentions Nouvelle Hollande and Botany-Bay, and la terre de Diemen. Accompanying Botany Bay, there is a mention of convicts: "Les Anglais ont forme . une etablissement qu'ils nomment Botany-Bay, ou ils deportent leurs criminels". Casts various aspersions on the inhabitants, both native and convict.The game consists of 48 cards describing various countries & geographical features of the world, each one embellished with a small circular portrait of a native, with text below. Other countries include La Russie (Russia), Turquie (Turkey), all the European countries, Arabie (Arabia), La Perse (Persia/Iran), Indies (East Indies), La Chine (China), Islands, Seas and Mountains of Asia, Cafrerie (South Africa), Canada, Amerique (North & South America), Le Mexique, Terre-Ferme et Pays des Amazones, Guyana, Peru, Brazil, Terre Magellanique et Terre de Feu (Patagonia). Not recorded on OCLC.In its original pink papered box with manuscript paper label, faded & a bit rubbed, short split at top edge. Cards printed on thick laid card, measuring 2 1/2" x 4". Two cards with rubbed corners, a little dusty but overall in very good condition.

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        'Geographie'. French children's geographical card game dating from the period of the French Revolution, with cards pertaining to Terres Australes and Etats Unis

      France:. 1790 - 1800.. Very good overall. Children's geographical card game with vivid political content, dating from the French Revolution and from just after the American Revolution, as the 38th card, 'Etats Unis' describes Philadelphia as the capital, which was the temporary capital of the United States from 1790 to 1800, while the Federal City was under construction in the District of Columbia. Card V, "La France, Description Politique", refers to the French Revolution and the abolition of the monarchy, as follows: "[La France] a ete gouvernee par soixante-sept Rois de trois races differentes, depuis Pharamond jusqu'a Louis XVI, sous le regne duquel le gouvernement monarchique fut aboli". This card goes on to extol contemporary life in France: "La France est aujourd'hui ... le pays de la terre ou l'art de vivre en societe est cultive avec le plus de succes".. An astonishing claim, given that tens of thousands of Frenchmen had just been dispatched during the reign of terror of 1793 - 1794.Card XXXVIII (United States) also gives credit to the French role in winning the American Revolution: "Les Americains, aides par les Francais, proclamerent leur liberte en 1776, et se formerent en republique, sous le nom d'Etats Unis". Card XLVIII, "Terres Polaires et Australes", which mentions Nouvelle Hollande and Botany-Bay, and la terre de Diemen. Accompanying Botany Bay, there is a mention of convicts: "Les Anglais ont forme ... une etablissement qu'ils nomment Botany-Bay, ou ils deportent leurs criminels". Casts various aspersions on the inhabitants, both native and convict.The game consists of 48 cards describing various countries & geographical features of the world, each one embellished with a small circular portrait of a native, with text below.Other countries include La Russie (Russia), Turquie (Turkey), all the European countries, Arabie (Arabia), La Perse (Persia/Iran), Indies (East Indies), La Chine (China), Islands, Seas and Mountains of Asia, Cafrerie (South Africa), Canada, Amerique (North & South America), Le Mexique, Terre-Ferme et Pays des Amazones, Guyana, Peru, Brazil, Terre Magellanique et Terre de Feu (Patagonia).Not recorded on OCLC.In its original pink papered box with manuscript paper label, faded & a bit rubbed, short split at top edge. Cards printed on thick laid card, measuring 2 1/2" x 4". Two cards with rubbed corners, a little dusty but overall in very good condition.

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        Premieres, Meditations, Poetiques; and, Histoire Des Girondins; (20 Volumes)

      Garnier Freres, Libraires-Editeurs, Paris - 20 VOLUME SET. Quarter dark brown morocco leather with marbled boards and endpages. Lovely french binding with blind stamped floral design with green colored leather centered in each compartment. Raised bands (gilt). Mild rubbing to the leather and boards. Overall a VERY GOOD PLUS set. Great gift. Alphonse Marie Louise Prat de Lamartine (Alphonse-Marie-Louis de Prat de Lamartine) (October 21, 1790 - February 28, 1869) was a French writer, poet and politician, born in Mâcon into French provincial nobility. He is famous for his partly autobiographical poem, "Le Lac" ("The Lake"), which describes in retrospect the fervent love shared by a couple from the point of view of the bereaved man. Lamartine was masterly in his use of French poetic forms. He was one of very few French literary figures to combine his writing with a political career. Raised a devout Catholic Lamartine became a pantheist, writing Jocelyn and La Chute d'un ange. He wrote Histoire des Girondins in 1847 in praise of the Girondists. He worked for the French embassy in Italy from 1825 to 1828. In 1829, he was elected a member of the Académie française. He was elected a 'député' in 1833, and was briefly in charge of government during the turbulence of 1848. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from February 24, 1848 to May 11, 1848. During his term as a politician in the Second Republic of France, he led efforts that eventually led to the abolition of slavery and the death penalty, as well as the enshrinement of the right to work and the shortlived national workshop programs. A political idealist who supported democracy and pacifism, his moderate stance on most issues caused his followers to desert him. He was an unsuccessful candidate to the presidential election of December 10, 1848. He subsequently retired from politics and dedicated himself to literature. He died in Paris. He is considered to be the first French romantic poet (though Charles-Julien Lioult de Chênedollé was working on similar innovations at the same time), and was acknowledged by Paul Verlaine and the Symbolists as an important influence. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letter signed ("Le Comte de Mirabeau").

      N. p., 19. VI. 1790. - Small 4to. 2 pp. on double leaf. To "mon cher Brosselard", i. e. the French politician, journalist, and author Emmanuel Brosselard (1763-1837), on research, work, and analysis of the "Code prussien": "[.] Je vous envoie un fragment de Manuscrit qui vous en dira je crois beaucoup, c'est la partie raisonnée du Projet du Code Prussien relative aux biens appartenant en propre aux enfans á la cessation du pouvoir paternel, et enfin aux droits d'hérédité des enfans ou autres descendans à l'ordre succession [.] malheureusement je ne puis pas vous laisser longtemps ces cahiers, il faut que vous ne fassiez que les lire, et que vous me marquiez au crayon ce qui seroit nécessaire de vous en copier [.] je travaille et fais travailler sur ce manuscrit, il m'est difficile de vous le laisser plus longtemps que demain. Je ne renonce point à vous aider pour la partie morale de ce travail [.]". - Somewhat wrinkled, spotty and dusty.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales with sixty-five plates of nondescript animals, birds, lizards, serpents

      London: J. Debrett, 1790. Quarto, with an engraved title page and 65 engraved plates; title page water -stained at one corner, some intermittent foxing and toning of the plates; overall a good copy in old full speckled calf, recently rebacked. The most substantial early work of Australian natural history. First edition: the foundation of natural history of the new colony, John White's {i Journal} is a travel and ornithological classic by a medical voyager. John White was chief surgeon of the First Fleet, and was particularly successful in that he overcame serious medical problems in appalling conditions both on the voyage out and when the settlement was founded. He was also a keen amateur naturalist and after arriving at Port Jackson found time to accompany Phillip on two journeys of exploration. On joining the First Fleet he had begun to keep a journal in which he made notes about birds in the new colony. It was this manuscript which formed the nucleus of his journal. The natural history content of the published account makes White's particularly noteworthy amongst the First Fleet journals. Many of the plates were drawn in England by leading natural history artists of the day, such as Sarah Stone, from original sketches done in the colony. White's journal also contains an interesting and valuable account of the voyage from London, with long, detailed accounts of the stops at Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town and of the colonial voyages to Norfolk Island. The book was an immediate success, with subscribers alone accounting for seven hundred copies. There has been much discussion over the years regarding detailed variations in the printing of the first edition of this work, but this copy is typical example of the standard configuration most often seen, with the earlier errors of the list of subscribers corrected, and the text describing the female wattled Wattled Bee-eater (for a full discussion see Ferguson, 97; Matthews, {i Birds of Australia}, {i Supplement}; and Wantrup, pp. 75-7). Interestingly, this front endpaper of this copy includes the ownership inscription of a surgeon named Richard Wright dated November 29th 1804; it is indeed curious to see a surgeon's account of the First Fleet owned by another member of the profession.

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        Part of the Crew of his Majesty's Ship Guardian Endeavouring to Escape in the Boats.

      J. & J. Boydell,, London: 1790 - When the colony of New South Wales was established in 1788, it was expected that supplies from England would arrive at regular intervals. However, one of the first two supply ships never arrived, when disaster overtook H.M.S. Guardian, commanded by Lieut. Edward Riou. The Guardian, laden with two years' provisions for the new colony, left London in July 1789, but was wrecked on an iceberg twelve days out of Cape Town. Three accounts of the disaster were published immediately in 1790, as well as this magnificent aquatint by Robert Dodd (1748-1816), a well-known marine painter of the period. The double-column caption gives a description of the disaster in the form of the text of a letter from Riou to the Admiralty. (Nan Kivell & Spence, p. 265, illus. p. 293). Published July 1st, 1790. Hand colored aquatint, 410 x 600 mm. London, July 1st, 1790 by J. & J. Boydell.

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        Unterricht in der Wundarzneykunst. Aus dem Italiänischen (von Karl Heinrich Spohr).

      Johann Friedrich Junius,, Leipzig, 1790 - 2 Bände. Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Junius, 1790. 8°. XVI, 600 S.; 2 n.n. Bl., VI, 570 S. Pappbände der Zeit mit 2 verschiedenfarbenen, goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung. Nicht bei Blake, Wellcome und Waller. - Hirsch IV, 353. - Giuseppe Nessi (1741-1821) aus Pavia wirkte in seiner Geburtsstadt als Professor der Chirurgie. Sein Hauptverdienst liegt in seinen Schriften zur Geburtshilfe. Er war aber auch einer der Ersten, der Naturheilmethoden "in das gehörige Licht zu setzen versuchte" (Hirsch). Der Übersetzer Karl Heinrich Spohr (1756-1840) war der Vater des Komponisten Ludwig Spohr. Er wirkte als Landphysikus im Harz und übersetzte zahlreiche Werke der Medizin. Der Übersetzer erwähnt im Vorwort, dass er die ersten drei Bände der Originalausgabe, die komplett in vier Bänden erschien, übersetzt hat. Die von ihm angekündigte Übersetzung des vierten Bandes ist jedoch nie erfolgt. - Einbandecken leicht bestossen. Band zwei im unteren Schnitt mit durchgehendem Wasserrand. - Selten. Sprache: Deutsch Pappbände der Zeit mit 2 verschiedenfarbenen, goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mélange] Journaux concernant la révolution française

      Baudouin, imprimeur de l'assemblée nationale 1790 - Livre ancien 27 pièces. Recueil de plus de 25 pièces : - Second rapport du comité féodal par M. Tronchet (28 mars 1790) ; 88.p. - Mémoire sur les demandes et prétentions des divers princes d'Allemagne (.), adressé par M. de Peyssonnel (10 avril 1790) ; 15 p. - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité d'agriculture et de commerce par M. Hernoux député de Dijon (s.d.) ; 35 p. (sur la compagnie des Indes). - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité d'agriculture et de commerce sur le privilège de la Compagnie des Indes (18 mars 1790) ; 34 p. - Protestations de M. Bergasse (.) contre les assignats-monnoie (s.d.) ; 48 p. - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité de constitution par M. Target (31 mars 1790) ; 16 p. - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité des dixmes par M. Chasset député du Beaujolois (10 avril 1790) ; 30 p. - Opinion de M. le baron de Menou prononcé dans la séance du mardi 13 avril (Paris 1790) ; 8 p. - Opinion de Charles Chabroud (.) sur quelques questions relatives à l'ordre judiciaire (30 mars 1790) ; 30 p. - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité chargé de la réformation provisoire de l'ordonnance criminelle par M. de Beaumez ; 24 p. - Plan exécution des jurés aux civils par M. Duport ; 8 p. - Moyens d’exécution pour les jurés aux criminels et aux civils, par M. Duport ; 34 p. - Opinion de M. Tronchet sur le jugement par jury, prononcé le 29 avril 1790 ; 28 p. - Discours de M. Thouret (.) en ouvrant la discussion sur la nouvelle organisation du pouvoir judiciaire (24 mars 1790) ; 22 p. - Second discours de M. Thouret à l'Assemblée nationale sur l'organisation du pouvoir judiciaire (6 avril 1790) ; 40 p. - Essai de C. Chabroud (.) sur l'organisation de la justice en France ; 19 p. - Rapport fait à l'Assemblée Nationale au nom du comité des finances sur les postes, par M. le duc de Biron (20 avril 1790) ; 8 p. - Rapport et décret concernant la caisse d'escompte (Paris 1790 ; Anson) ; 12 p. - Rapport sur les assignats-monnoie (.) par M. Anson (9 avril 1790) ; 44 p. - Etat actuel des travaux du comité de l'imposition présenté à l'Assemblée Nationale ; 8 p. - Avant-propos (.) sur le dessèchement des marais du royaume (.) par M. Heurtault de Lamerville ; 26 p. - Lettre à un de mm les députés à l'Assemblée Nationale ; 4 p. - Rapport fait au nom du comité des finances sur la contribution patriotique du quart des revenus, par Dubois de Crancet ; 8 p. - Nouveau plan de finance et d'imposition (.) par M. Vernier ; 46 p. - Discours de M. Pétion de Villeneuve sur l'établissement des caisses territoriales en France ; 25 p. Recueil publié sur ordre de l'Assemblée Nationale par les presses de Baudouin, imprimeur de l'Assemblée nationale, 1790. Condition : Demi-veau, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge portant en titre "Journaux concernant la révolution française", "1790. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PORTRAIT au "PHYSIONOTRACE" d'un jeune homme.

      S.l.n.d., (vers 1790), - petit in-12. cartonnage papier rose, roulette torsadée argent d'encadrement sur chaque face, dans la partie centrale incisée de la première, un portrait dessiné dans un médaillon ovale (6,5 x 5) sous verre avec un listel de papier palladium "à la Glomy" en bordure de ce dernier, au centre de la seconde, un petit calendrier perpétuel contrecollé dans les limites d'un cartouche de filets argent avec un gland dans les angles, un logement pour un crayon le long d'un bord, étui cartonné de papier marbré, deux compartiments encadrés d'une roulette de spires sur chaque face, petit phylactère doré Souvenir dans l'un d'eux (rel. de l'époque).Émouvant objet de charme, étui de carnet de bal réutilisé en petit cadre, avec un dessin original. Entre la fin du XVIIIe siècle et le début du XIXe, la vogue de charmants petits portraits se répandit jusqu'à la vulgarisation de la lithographie. Ils consistaient en un profil finement gravé qui se détachait sur fond noir et étaient obtenus par le procédé du physionotrace mis au point en 1783 par son inventeur Gilles-Louis Chrétien (1754-1811). Son appareil se composait d'un chevalet soutenant, d'une part, une planchette verticale, sur laquelle était fixée une feuille de papier, et, d'autre part, un cadre articulé formé de deux parallélogrammes. En haut de ce dernier, se trouvait un œilleton et, en bas, un crayon, dont la pointe se déplaçait sur le papier selon les mouvements du viseur par lequel l'opérateur suivait le contour du visage, placé de profil et bloqué par un appui-tête, de la personne qui souhaitait se faire portraiturer. Était ainsi obtenu un dessin au trait en grandeur naturelle qui était ensuite réduit à l'aide d'un pantographe puis reporté sur cuivre. Ce dernier fonctionnait comme un négatif pour obtenir des petites estampes de "ressemblance frappante", ce qui fait du physionotrace un précurseur de la photographie. Le dessin dans le médaillon est donc la réduction d'un portrait ad vivum plus grand. Il est traité à la mine de plomb et au lavis d'encre de Chine avec une touche d'aquarelle (dans la redingote). Le caractère intime et nostalgique de cet objet engage à penser que son propriétaire était une femme qui chercha à conserver un tendre souvenir. Avant de se séparer de lui, Chrétien travailla avec le dessinateur Quenedey puis s'associa avec le miniaturiste Fouquet, mais savoir qui fit ce dessin semble impossible. D'une parfaite fraîcheur et nimbé de doux sentiments. J. Violle, Les portraits au "physionotrace", Le Bibliophile, 1932, III, pp.153-56. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations

      London: printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols: sold by Messiers White and Son; Robson; Leigh and Sotheby; Browne; and Egertons,, 1790. For the Government of the Royal Household, made in divers Reigns. From King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary. Also Receipt in Ancient Cookery. Quarto. Near contemporary speckled full calf, spine gilt-ruled in compartments with red morocco title label, speckled edges. Ownership inscription of a Cambridge coroner, dated 1843. Sometime neatly rebacked with a little repair to corners, covers slightly scratched, very mild spotting to some end matter but otherwise internally clean; a very good copy. First edition of this interesting antiquarian work collecting original sources (many printed in facsimile) concerned with the running of royal households from the 14th to the 17th century. At the rear are c. 50 pages of "Ancient Cookery" taken from an early 15th century manuscript, with many sumptuous royal recipes, up to an including a "Chaudern for Swannes".

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        Königstein (Sachsen). - Gesamtansicht. - Stadt & Festung. - Günther. - "Festung und Städtchen Königstein von der Morgenseite".

      . Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Umrissradierung, alt koloriert, um 1790. Von Christian August Günther. 37,8 x 63,8 cm (Darstellung) / 54,0 x 71,5 cm (Blatt). Der Name des Künstlers taucht in der Widmung unterhalb der Darstellung an Maria Theresia von Österreich, Gattin Prinz Antons von Sachsen auf. Titel ebenso unterhalb der Darstellung. - Bllat fachkundig am unteren Plattenrand restauriert. Sonst aber noch guter Erhaltungszustand. Christian August Günther (1759 Pirna - 1824 Dresden). Deutscher Kupferstecher und Radierer. Schüler an der Dresdner Kunstakademie bei Adrian Zingg. Bekanntschaft mit Johann Gottlob Schumann, Anton Graff, Joseph Grassi, Crescentius Josephus Johannes Seydelmann und Guiseppe Canale. Seit 1789 war er Pensionär, ab 1810 Mitglied der Dresdner Akademie. 1815 wurde er zum außerordentlichen Professor ernannt. Herzog Albert von Sachsen-Tetschen förderte ihn. Einige seiner besten Blätter befinden sich daher in der Wiener Albertina. Hauptsächlich schuf er Ansichten der Meißner Albrechtsburg, der Festung Königstein, des Liliensteins, des Schlosses Pillnitz, der Orte Seiffersdorf, Loschwitz, Potschappel, Tharandt und Leipzig, illustrierte aber auch Reisebeschreibungen von Friedrich Schlenkert und Johann Jakob Brückner. Ab den 1790er Jahren ist ein romantischer Stil erkennbar..

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        Sächsische Schweiz. - Lilienstein. - Günther. - "Ansicht des Liliensteins von der Morgenseite".

      . Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Umrissradierung, alt koloriert, um 1790. Von Christian August Günther. 46,3 x 64,0 cm (Darstellung) / 55,5 x 68,0 cm (Blatt). Der Name des Künstlers taucht in der Widmung unterhalb der Darstellung an Albert Kasimir von Sachsen-Teschen. Titel ebenso unterhalb der Darstellung. - Blatt mit fachkundig restaurierten oberen Rand und Eckausriß unten rechts. Ingesamt aber guter Erhaltungszustand und recht wohlerhaltenem Kolorit. Christian August Günther (1759 Pirna - 1824 Dresden). Deutscher Kupferstecher und Radierer. Schüler an der Dresdner Kunstakademie bei Adrian Zingg. Bekanntschaft mit Johann Gottlob Schumann, Anton Graff, Joseph Grassi, Crescentius Josephus Johannes Seydelmann und Guiseppe Canale. Seit 1789 war er Pensionär, ab 1810 Mitglied der Dresdner Akademie. 1815 wurde er zum außerordentlichen Professor ernannt. Herzog Albert von Sachsen-Tetschen förderte ihn. Einige seiner besten Blätter befinden sich daher in der Wiener Albertina. Hauptsächlich schuf er Ansichten der Meißner Albrechtsburg, der Festung Königstein, des Liliensteins, des Schlosses Pillnitz, der Orte Seiffersdorf, Loschwitz, Potschappel, Tharandt und Leipzig, illustrierte aber auch Reisebeschreibungen von Friedrich Schlenkert und Johann Jakob Brückner. Ab den 1790er Jahren ist ein romantischer Stil erkennbar..

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        A List of the Flag-Officers of His Majesty’s Fleet: with the Dates of their First Commissions, as Admirals, Vice-Admirals, Rear Admirals, and Captains.

      London: 1790 - pp. [12, including initial blank], ff. 40, printed on versos, 8vo, original red morocco, gilt roll tooled borders on sides, flat spine gilt in compartments, lacking lettering piece, a little worn and a few abrasions, engraved armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Pasley inside the front cover, and the pencil signature of another Pasley on a flyleaf, good An unrecorded edition of the List of the Flag-Officers, not in ESTC: of the editions recorded in ESTC, from 1758 on, none are common - no doubt they were discarded as new ones appeared. Sir Thomas Pasley’s motto is suitably bellicose: ‘Pro rege et patria pugnans’. At the end of a long and distinguished career Pasley was promoted admiral of the white on 9 November 1805. In this book he has made several emendations, adding names, noting deaths, and correcting (what must be rather surprising) errors in the printed text. Nelson appears as a Captain, his seniority of 11 June 1779 being 169th.

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        Mémoire concernant les boucheries de la ville de Paris.

      Paris, Imprimerie de P. F. Gueffier 1790 - in-4, [2]-18 pp., en feuilles, cousu. Rare. Le but de ce mémoire juridique adressé à l'Assemblée Nationale est de démontrer que les règles qui président à l'établissement des boucheries dans la capitale ressortissent à des mesures de police et d'administration, et ne sont pas du domaine du privilège. Au CCF, trois notices seulement (BnF, Rouen, INHA). Bon exemplaire.

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        Veduta del Romano Campidoglio con Scalinata che va alla Chiesa d' Araceli In der Platte signiert. Unten mit Titel und Legende 1-8.

      Um 1790.. Kupferstich. 40,5x54,5. Mittelfalz mit Knickspur..

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        Pièces fugitives sur les opérations de l'Assemblée Nationale.

      Paris, 1790, - 10 titres en un vol. in-8, basane marbrée, dos lisse orné de guirlandes latérales, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Bon exemplaire.Le mot de "pièces fugitives" donné au recueil sur la pièce de titre du dos en peint à merveille l'esprit : il s'agit de petits occasionnels anecdotiques et parfois satiriques, au demeurant peu communs, sur les affaires traitées par l'Assemblée Nationale. Les pièces de recueil d'amateur sont les suivantes : I. [MIRABEAU (?) :] Lanterne magique nationale. S.l.n.d. [Paris, 1790], 24 pp. Une des quatre sorties du premier numéro de ce périodique éphémère (il ne compta que trois numéros) qui est attribué traditionnellement au comte de Mirabeau, mais sans raison très décisive. Martin & Walter, Journaux, 876. Hatin, p. 180. - II. Le Bon sens du village, visite & conversation familière entre un officier de la milice nationale & une villageoise. S.l.n.d. [1790] 16 pp. Martin & Walter, Anonymes, 2756. - III. Déclaration à la grecque des droits de l'homme & du citoyen gallo-grec. S.l.n.d., [4] ff. n. ch. Pièce burlesque en vers, brocardant la Déclaration des Droits en des termes souvent très modernes. Absent de MW. Une seule notice au CCF (Toulouse). - IV. Les Chefs des Jacobites aux Français. S.l.n.d. [1790], 12 pp. Pamphlet anti-jacobin. Martin & Walter, Anonymes, 3328. - V. Extrait d'une lettre de Paris. S.l.n.d. [1790], 6 pp. - VI. AUGEARD (Jacques-Mathieu) : Discours à l'Assemblée Nationale. S.l.n.d., une page. Apocryphe, n'est pas retenu parmi les textes d'Augeard par MW. - VII. [SERVAN (Joseph-Michel-Antoine) :] Supplément de l'adresse des Amis de la paix, ou L'Unique moyen de sauver la France. S.l.n.d., 36 pp. Pas dans MW. - VIII. Pétition de la noblesse française à l'Assemblée Nationale. S.l.n.d., 16 pp. - IX. BERGASSE (Nicolas) : Lettre de M. Bergasse, député de Lyon, à M. Bureau de Puzy, Président de l'Assemblée Nationale. S.l.n.d. [février 1790], 12 pp. Sur le serment à la Constitution. Martin & Walter, 2646. - X. Postes et messageries. S.l.n.d., 56 pp. Autre pièce burlesque. Martin & Walter, Anonymes, 14138. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Entertaining Fables for the Instruction of Children

      Irongate, Derby: J. Drewry, ca. 1790. Wraps. Fine. 12mo. 16pp. Illustrated with 12 woodcuts. Self wrappers. Likely the first edition. Uncut and unbound: A single sheet printed on both sides, folded for binding, but never cut or bound. Rare in this condition. Osborne ascribed a date of c. 1790, a similar book under the same title was printed in the United States by Isaiah Thomas, 1794 (Welch, #173). Osborne. p. 3. In fine condition with only a trace of aging, though the title page is printed close to the edge and it reverse touches the printing on the page (see photo.) . Housed in a custom case.

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        Voyage aux sources du Nil, en Nubie et en Abyssinie pendant les années 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771 & 1772 et Quatre voyages dans les pays des Hottentots et la Cafrerie en 1777, 1778 & 1779 + Atlas

      Hôtel de Thou puis Plassan [Panckoucke], Paris 1790 - Hôtel de Thou puis Plassan [Panckoucke], Paris, 1790-1792. 6 volumes dont un d'atlas, 21 x 26 cm (R), in-4°, (I) 2 ffnc + viii pp. + 620 pp., (II) 2 ffnc + 784 pp., (III) 2 ffnc + 858 pp., (IV) 2 ffnc + 752 pp., (V) 2 ffnc + 328 pp. + clxiii pp., (Atlas) 2 ffnc (page de titre et liste des planches du tome V) + 3 grandes cartes repliées (sur 4) + 65 planches à simple page + 19 planches à double page, soit 87 planches sur les 88 que compte normalement l'ouvrage, reliure moderne en pleine basane prune, dos à nerfs ornés, toutes tranches rognées. Edition originale de la traduction de l'anglais due à Jean Henri Castéra. Beaux exemplaires, même si la qualité de la dorure est discutable, quelques auréoles et traces d'humidité sans gravité au texte et aux planches. Complet, à l'exception de la carte de la Mer Rouge, qui manque. (Brunet, I, p. 1283 ; Cox I, p. 389). Prévoir des frais de port pour environ 10 kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ã‰loge Civique de Benjamin Franklin,

      Paris, J.-R. Lottin... G.L. Bailly... Vict. Desenne... J. Cussac, , 1790. Prononcé, le 21 Juillet 1790, dans la Rotonde, au Nom de la Commune de Paris. Octavo. (215 × 130mm). Untrimmed in later wraps. Title page and first and last leaves somewhat browned, but overall very good. The wraps a little worn and separating at the upper panel. First Edition. Important elogy delivered by the Revolutionary divine, formerly tutor to the children of the Marquis de Choiseul, preacher to the King, and Abbot of Montfort-Lacarre. Dismissed for his radical opinions, Fauchet became a popular speaker in the Parisian sections. He was one of the leaders of the attack on the Bastille, but within four years he had been swept away by the tide of the Terror, guillotined for support of the Caen Federalists and supposed complicity in Charlotte Corday's murder of Marat. Here he speaks to Franklin's philosophical attainments and the political beliefs that had led to his fostering of close connections between America and France. In an appendix Jean-Baptiste Le Roy, physicist, "Frankliniste" improver of lightning-conductors, and later President of the Académie des Sciences, who was an intimate member of Franklin's Passy côterie, discusses of his scientific attainments.

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        Capitello che si vede nel palazzo Massimi

      Rome 1790 - John Wilton-Ely pg 1087The watermark is indistinguishable due to the heavy ink.Francesco Piranesi was born in 1759, he brought to a triumphal conclusion a number of his father?s incomplete or projected works, including the Paestum etchings, plans of Hadrian?s Villa, Tivoli, and of Pompeii, as well as a survey of the Emissario del Fucino. He also added further plates to various works including the Vedute di Roma and the Trofei di Ottaviano Augusto, and brought out an expanded edition of the Antichita Romane in 1784? Francesco also initiated a number of substantial works on art and archaeology, such as the Raccolta de?Tempi Antichi (1781/1790), Il Teatro di Ercolano (1783), Monumneti degli Scipioni (1785) and the Collection des plus belles statues (1786). He later carried out etchings after his father?s drawn views of Pompeii and included these etchings in the three-volumed publication Antiquites de la Grande Grece (1804-1807) (John Wilton-Ely), Image Size : 380x235 (mm), 15x9.25 (Inches), Platemark Size : 390x245 (mm), 15.375x9.625 (Inches), Paper Size : 530x370 (mm), 20.875x14.5 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        Poissarde au Costume Tricolor

      Poissarde au Costume Tricolor 1790. [Original watercolor on coarse paper.] (10" x 8"), with paper loss on lower right corner extending into bottom image. With two pencil drawings of Napoleon on the reverse, probably drawn from life, one titled "Le general de la grande nation." This charming watercolor is based on the genre "Poissarde" which depicted the fishwife or revendeuse, mostly known for her "uproarious invectives, her picturesque and ever-ready sarcasms against the bourgeois" (Moore). The colorful figure of the "fishmonger" or "fishwife" appeared throughout the 17th and 18th centuries in France as a symbol of working class conscience. Here she appears as a spokeswoman for the lower classes in the times of the Revolution. While literature describes the colorful "Poissarde," actual images are rarely found. Moore notes, "the majority of them exist only in manuscript or in quite inaccessible and rare prints." Reference: Moore, A.P. (1935). The Genre Poissard and the French Stage of the Eighteenth Century.

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        A New Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar; and Present State Of the Several Kingdoms of the World

      London: G.G. J. and J. Robinson, 1790. Hard Cover. Good /Geography. Leather covered boards. Worn covers, with rubbing, scratching, and chipping evident. Spine head and tail have most wear, and the former has been taped. Writing on front page. Foxed pages. Contains 22 maps. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Geography; Inventory No: 012189.

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        A New Universal History of the Rites, Ceremonies and Customs of the Whole World: Or, a Complete and Impartial View of All the Religions in the Various Nations of the Universe.

      London- Alexander Hogg 1790 - A scarce early edition of Hurd's brilliant work on comparative religion andobscurereligious practices. 'Both antient and Modern, from the Creation down to the present Time'. Featuring sixty copper engraved plates, collate complete, 'most elegantly designed and engraved then any usually given with periodical publications'depicting all manner of religious rites and ceremonies from all over the world. From designs by Walker, Collyer, Taylor and others. 'And to make the whole as superb and masterly as possible, a great number of ornamental borders are added by an eminent hand'. Containing 'curious, instructive and entertaining particulars. . . a variety of new and interesting matter relative to the manners and customs of all nations, not to be found in any other work', as well as a full and authentic account of the life and progress, including the ancient and present state of all known religions at this time. 'Comprehending also a genuine and circumstantial description of all the most material lesser sects, parties, heresies and religious opinions since the first promulgation of Christianity, and likewise the ecclesiastical laws and history concerning every religion'. 'Designed to form a complete family library. Including the whole body of divinity, according to the different religious usages in every part of the known world. Calculated for Christians of all denominations; and illustrated by quotations from the most celebrated authors'. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally rubbed. The front board is detached but present, having the title page attached to this also,the rear joint starting. Internally, firmly bound throughout, aside from the front endpapers, including the frontispiece, beingmissing. Remarkably bright and clean for the age of this book, with a few scattered spots, predominantly to the backs of the plates, and the odd tidemark. There are small closed tears to the title, which is in a delicate position attached to the loose front board. Copperplate ink inscription to front pastedown. Well worth the binding cost and can fetch up to 1500 thus repaired. Overall:GOOD ONLYdue to detached board and missing frontis. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Document signed ("Bon / Louis").

      Paris, 1. I. 1790. - Folio. ¾ p. Ordering the Administrator of the Royal Treasury Joseph Durney to pay 10,000 Livres to the two First Ladies in Waiting of Madame Elizabeth "to indemnify them for the return of the unused candles to which they have right" (transl.). Also with the King's secretarial signature ("Louis") to the right of his authentic signature. - Remnants of prior mounting along right edge verso, few short closed seprations at folds.

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        'Geographie'. French children's geographical card game dating from the period of the French Revolution, with cards pertaining to Terres Australes and Etats Unis

      France:. 1790 - 1800.. Very good overall. Children's geographical card game with vivid political content, dating from the French Revolution and from just after the American Revolution, as the 38th card, 'Etats Unis' describes Philadelphia as the capital, which was the temporary capital of the United States from 1790 to 1800, while the Federal City was under construction in the District of Columbia. Card V, "La France, Description Politique", refers to the French Revolution and the abolition of the monarchy, as follows: "[La France] a ete gouvernee par soixante-sept Rois de trois races differentes, depuis Pharamond jusqu'a Louis XVI, sous le regne duquel le gouvernement monarchique fut aboli". This card goes on to extol contemporary life in France: "La France est aujourd'hui ... le pays de la terre ou l'art de vivre en societe est cultive avec le plus de succes".. An astonishing claim, given that tens of thousands of Frenchmen had just been dispatched during the reign of terror of 1793 - 1794.& & Card XXXVIII (United States) also gives credit to the French role in winning the American Revolution: "Les Americains, aides par les Francais, proclamerent leur liberte en 1776, et se formerent en republique, sous le nom d'Etats Unis". & & Card XLVIII, "Terres Polaires et Australes", which mentions Nouvelle Hollande and Botany-Bay, and la terre de Diemen. Accompanying Botany Bay, there is a mention of convicts: "Les Anglais ont forme ... une etablissement qu'ils nomment Botany-Bay, ou ils deportent leurs criminels". Casts various aspersions on the inhabitants, both native and convict.& & The game consists of 48 cards describing various countries & geographical features of the world, each one embellished with a small circular portrait of a native, with text below. Other countries include La Russie (Russia), Turquie (Turkey), all the European countries, Arabie (Arabia), La Perse (Persia/Iran), Indies (East Indies), La Chine (China), Islands, Seas and Mountains of Asia, Cafrerie (South Africa), Canada, Amerique (North & South America), Le Mexique, Terre-Ferme et Pays des Amazones, Guyana, Peru, Brazil, Terre Magellanique et Terre de Feu (Patagonia). Not recorded on OCLC.& & In its original pink papered box with manuscript paper label, faded & a bit rubbed, short split at top edge. Cards printed on thick laid card, measuring 2 1/2" x 4". Two cards with rubbed corners, a little dusty but overall in very good condition.

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        Liberte de la Presse

      Paris:. Ca. 1790.. A four page pamphlet which was possibly included in the French Revolutionary journal "Le Patriote françois", which was published in Paris by Buisson from 1789-1793. Beginning with the "Avis de l'Auteur du Patriote Francois", concerning a proposed libel law, it appears to reference the American Declaration of Independence; "'Le peuple a droit a la liberte de parler, d'ecrire et de publier ses sentimens. La liberte de la presse ne peut donc recevoir d'entraves.' Declaration des droits de la Pensylvanie." It translates approximately as "The people have the right to the freedom to speak, write and publish their sentiments. Freedom of the press can not therefore be subject to any barriers." The last notation references the Declaration of Independence "de Pensylvanie". The French Declaration of the rights of man and the citizen (1789) was inspired by the American Declaration of Independence of 1776 and it remains one of France's founding texts. & & The piece continues with a response letter by M. Lanthenas, a French revolutionary, and the chief translator of Thomas Paine into French. It is sprinkled with the buzz words of the day "Droit; Responsbilite; Nation; Tyrannie; Une Nation Libre; Justice; Verite. Paine spent much of the 1790s in France. Lanthenas' letter concerns the freedom of the press written in the early stages of the French Revolution, and is dated March 24, 1790. At this point, the storming of the Bastille had taken place the preceding summer, the National Assembly had been formed only 9 months earlier, it had published the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizens only 6 months earlier, Louis XVI and his family had been forced to return to Paris from Versailles only five months earlier, and all religious orders had been dissolved only one month earlier! He believed in rejecting the laws of the Ancien Regime in favor of new guidelines which would allow for unlimited freedom of communication of ideas: "La liberte de la presse la plus illimitee est donc de droit divin, pour une nation et pour tous les individus... elle doit donc former la base de toute constitution libre." (The most unlimited freedom of the press is thus a divine right, for a nation and its people... (this freedom) must form the foundation for any free constitution". Disbound, small pen line at upper right corner front page, o/w very good condition. 8vo, 4pp, in French, text in 2 columns, with footnotes, which reference Lanthenas earlier work "Inconveniens du Droit d'Ainesse, etc"; "Tracts concerning the Ancient and only true legal means of National Defense by a Free Militia by Granville Sharp" and describes how to subscribe to the "Journal du Patriote Francois". & & See FRBNF32834106 for "Le Patriote françois [Texte imprimé] : journal libre, impartial et national / par une société de citoyens, & dirigé par J. P. Brissot de Warville". This pamphlet does not appear recorded on the French National Library site by Warville.

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        La police de Paris dévoilée, 2 tomes

      Chez J.-B. Garnery, Paris 1790 - 2 vol., reliure contemporaine pleine toile noire, titre doré au dos - 402 pp.; 330 pp. Bien complet des tableaux dépliants. Papier fragile, mais l'ensemble en très bon état.Gravure en frontispice du tome 1.

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        Documentos arabicos para a historia portugueza copiados dos originaes de Torre do Tombo ?.

      Lisbon, na Officina da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1790. - Woodcut arms of Academia Real das Sciencias on title-page. Parallel columns in Arabic and Portuguese. (4 ll.), 190 pp., (1 l. "Advertencia" with errata, 1 l. advertisement). 4°, recent full green Oasis morocco, flat spine with crimson morocco lettering piece, gilt letter, marbled endleaves. Overall in clean, crisp, fine condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of the Arabic text and Portuguese translation of official state correspondence between North African and Arabian rulers and D. Manoel (1495-1521), D. João III (1521-1557) and their factors. Concentrating on the period between 1503 and 1528, these 58 letters treat territorial disputes, diplomatic negotiations, and the jurisdiction, compatibility and applicability of the Arabic and Portuguese legal systems. The main focus, however, is the East Indian trade: this involved the settlement of private and Crown debts, the protection of Christian merchants in Africa and India and of Arab traders in Portuguese dominions, the safe passage of goods and persons along recognized shipping lanes, and armed reprisals for personal injury.The "Advertencia" leaf has not been present in any other copy we have seen. João de Sousa, who edited and translated these documents, was born in Damascus, Syria, and became the first professor of Arabic at the University of Lisbon, as well as a frequently published member of the Academia Real das Sciencias.---- Innocêncio IV, 41-42. Palha 2777. Schnurrer, @Bibliotheca arabica 186. Krek, @Typographia arabica p. 36, nº 3. Streit XVII, 6441. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des nations, traduites de l'Anglois [.] par M. Roucher [.]. Tome premier [-quatrième].

      chez Buisson,, A Paris, 1790 - 4 volumi in-8° (cm. 19,2), legature coeve in p. pergamena rigida con titoli ms. ai dorsi (lievi segni d'usura); pp. XI, [1 b.], 570; [4], 312; [4], 602; [4], 591, [1 b.] in buono stato, con sporadici e lievi segni d'uso, qualche rara fioritura. Edizione originale di questa importante traduzione "rivoluzionaria" del The wealth of Nations di Smith, condotta dal poeta nonché illuminato scrittore politico Jean-Antoine Roucher (1745-1794), ghigliottinato da Robespierre. Com'è oltremodo accertato, «the volume containing Condorcet's notes was probably never published» [Goldsmith 14106]. Cfr. anche Einaudi 5338; Kress B, 1986. Buon esemplare.

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        RELATION EXACTE ET IMPARTIALE DE CE QUI S'EST PASSE A NANCY, LE 31 AOUT ET LES JOURS PRECEDENS

      Chez Mme Henry, Nancy - Chez Le Tellier, Paris 1790 - RO40202842: 188 pages. Titre et filets dorés sur le dos. Annotation en page de titre. Quelques légères mouillures. Avec un détail circonstancié des événemens qui ont précédé et accompagné l'insurrection de la Garnison et d'une partie de la Garde Citoyenne, et qui l'on occasionnée: le tout appuyé par des pièces justificatives. In-8 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 94.3-Livres anciens XVIII ème [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Vie privée et ministérielle de M. Necker, directeur-général des finances. Par un citoyen.

      Genève, Pellet 1790 - in-8, 96 pp., manque le portrait comme très souvent, demi-basane fauve, dos lisse orné de filets et dent-de-rat dorés, tranches citron mouchetées de rouge (reliure de l'époque). Coins émoussés, mais bon exemplaire. Rare pamphlet hostile à Necker. Il fut attribué à Marat qui s'en défendit vivement et mit en cause l'abbé de La Reynie. INED, 4010. Kress, B.1978. Martin et Walter, IV, 30482. Relié avec : NECKER (Jacques) : Sur l'Administration de M. Necker. Par lui-même. Paris, Hôtel de Thou, 1791, [4]-480 pp. Après la critique, l'auto-justification, et dans un volume de pagination respectable, tout à fait en rapport avec l'excellente opinion que le ministre avait de ses facultés : "Victime malheureuse d'une suite d'injustices, dont les annales de l'histoire ne présentent que peu d'exemples, j'éprouvois tout le poids des plus amers souvenirs, & cependant je ne voulois point répandre par écrit mes douloureux sentimens." Il s'y lance cependant, et rien ne nous est épargné de ces talents qui auraient pu sauver la France . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Situation Politique De La France Et Ses Rapports Actuels Avec Toutes Les Puissances De L'Europe; Ouvrage Dont L'Objet Est De Demontrer . Tous Les Maux Qua Causes a La France L'Alliance Autrichienne, Etc. ] - [2 Volumes Complete and Bound in 1]

      Neuchatel ; Buisson 1790 - Description; pp. 285, 396. Each volume with half title. Subjects: France - Colonies - Early works to 1800. Seconde e dition, augmente e d'un chapitre sur Malte [Malta], d'un autre sur Geneve [Geneva, Switzerland], etc. Volume 2 has seperate title page. Full contemporary tree calf, good to very good. Spine compartments uniformly and elaborately tooled in gilt. Some wear to the bands and panel edges. Remains surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. On request. 1 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Situation Politique de la France, et ses Rapports actuels avec toutes les Puissances de l'Europe ( 2 Tomes - Complet) ; Ouvrage dont l'objet est de démontrer, par les Faits historiques et les principes de la saine Politique, tous les maux qu'a causés à la France l'Alliance Autrichienne, et toutes les fautes que le Ministère François a commises depuis l'époque des Traités de Versailles, de 1756, 57 et 58, jusqu'à nos jours.

      Chez Buisson 1790 - Seconde édition, augmentée d'un Chapitre sur Malte, d'un autre sur Genève, & de plusieurs autres additions, 2 tomes en 1 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-basane marron, Chez Buisson, Paris, Neuchatel, 1790 ,285 pp., 3 ff. n. ch. (table, faux-titre et titre du tome second),396 pp. Titre complet : Situation Politique de la France, et ses Rapports actuels avec toutes les Puissances de l'Europe ; Ouvrage dont l'objet est de démontrer, par les Faits historiques et les principes de la saine Politique, tous les maux qu'a causés à la France l'Alliance Autrichienne, et toutes les fautes que le Ministère François a commises depuis l'époque des Traités de Versailles, de 1756, 57 et 58, jusqu'à nos jours. Adressé au Roi et à l'Assemblée Nationale, Seconde édition, augmentée d'un Chapitre sur Malte, d'un autre sur Genève, & de plusieurs autres additions Etat très satisfaisant (petit travail de vers sur un mors, une coupe frottée, bon état par ailleurs). Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal]
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        LA PUBLICA FELICIDAD

      Madrid 1790 - 4º. [2], LXII, 392 p. Encuadernación plena piel de época con tejuelo y dorados en el lomo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS]
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        Don Teodoro de Croix¿ Virrey, Gobernador y Capitan General de las Provincias del Peru. Siendo muy conveniente y oportuno reducir a un método convinado y útil el manejo de los Almacenes Generales de la Renta de Tabaco de esta Capital

      Lima 1790 - Tobacco law, printed in Lima. 1790. Lima. In 4to (294 mm x 205 mm). 4 ff. Custom made recent half calf over marbled paper, front cover lettered in gilt, virtually perfect. Remains of previous binding, a few foxing spots, else fine. Signed by the Secretary at the end. Scarce instruction printed in Lima; given by the Viceroy of Peru, containing 9 items on the administration and handling of Tobacco in the Viceroyalty. Instrucción dada por el Virrey del Perú e impresa en Lima; contiene 9 ítems sobre el manejo de los almacenes generales de la renta del tabaco. Medina, 1710. Palau, 64864. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: HS Rare Books]
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        Palm Trees, c. 1790-1814

      0 - This watercolor on paper is from a collection of watercolors and drawings that depicts the natural history (flora and fauna) of Guiana, dating to the early 19th century. The collection appears to pre-date the expeditions of Sir Robert Hermann Schomburgk, a German-born explorer for Great Britain who executed geographical, ethnological and botanical studies in various parts of the world in the 1830s and 40s. He traveled to South America, the West Indies, the Dominican Republic and Thailand. Fragments of a manuscript text accompanied these unsigned works of art, suggesting an English author with Guyanese subject matter. Important to note, the colonies of Berbice and the United Colony of Demerara and Essquibo were ceded to Britain in 1814, and unified as British Guiana in 1831. 8.75 x 7.5 in

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Opera omnia

      Londini: sumptibus editoris excudebant M. Ritchie & J. Sammells. 1790-4. "4 volumes, 8vo, stipple-engraved frontis portrait in vol. I, engraved vignette arms of the editor, Henry Homer, on the title-pp.; slightly later full red straight-grain morocco, gilt supralibros of Homer on all covers, and enclosed by double gilt rule, gilt-paneled spines with green morocco labels (faded, and at one time retouched); a very good set. of an ""elegant and a correct edition, with an elaborate index"" (DNB). A pencil note on the flyleaf states that this was Homer's own set, but in the absence of other evidence we make no attribution. The works of Tacitus were not published in their entirety until the 1515 Rome edition, and all editions afterwards stem from this, although its editor, Beroaldi, apparently deviated ""from the true ancient reading"" (Dibdin]. ""A very beautiful and correct edition, forming a conspicuous figure in the list of classics published by the . . . excellent scholar, the late Mr. Homer: it exhibits the pure text of the author, and is accompanied with a copious and valuable index. Some copies are struck off on large paper, and bring a considerable price"" (Dibdin II, 458). This copy with the bookplate of John Sparrow."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books ]
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