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        Reflections on the Revolution in France, and on the proceedings in certain societies in London relative to that event. In a letter intended to have been sent to a gentleman in Paris. By the Right Honourable Edmund Burke.

      London: printed for J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall 1790 - 1st ed., 2nd impression (Todd 53). iv, 356p.Original quarter calf over marbled boards. Binding sound, but worn, and with front board all but detached. Occasional marginal spotting. Bound with: Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville. J. P. Brissot, Deputy of Eure and Loire, to his constituents, on the situation of the National Convention; on the influence of the anarchists, And The Evils IT Has Caused; and on the necessity of annihilating that influence In Order To Save The Republic. Translated from the French. With a preface and occasional notes by the translator. A new edition. London: printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1794. xl, 121p. Translated by William Burke. The translation revised and preface written by Edmund Burke. Foxing to final leaf and endpaper. (Todd 62c). Very good copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: WestField Books]
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        Entdeckte Geheimniße der Zauberey zur Aufklärung des Volks über Aberglauben und Irrwahn. Geschrieben von dem Hofrath Eckartshausen. Mit 4 Kupfern und 2 Vigneten. Erstausg.

      München, bey Joseph Lentner, 1790. - 6 Bll., 271 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, 3 Kupfertaf. u. 2 gest. Vignetten, Kl.-8°, Halbleder d. Zt. mit Rückenschild Faivre 57; Grässe S. 92; Hayn-Gotendorf III,192. - Die Kupfer zeigen: Hexerey; Zauber-Knödel; Ankunft auf dem Blocksberg; Hexenfeier; Schatzgräberey u. Zauberutensilien. - Karl von Eckartshausen (auch Carl, 1752-1803), ein illegitimer Sohn des Grafen Karl von Haimhausen. Wurde 1776 Hofrat, 1777 Mitglied der Bayerischen Akademie u. war von 1780 bis 1793 Bücherzensurrat. In dieser Zeit hatte er sich dem Orden der Illuminaten angeschlossen, deren wissenschaftliche u. humanistische Theorien von Eckartshausen schätzte. Der späterer Kenner u. Vertreter rosenkreuzerischen Ideengutes war zugleich aber auch Überwinder des Geheimbundwesens seiner Zeit. Bekannt sind v.a. seine "Aufschlüsse zur Magie". - Leicht berieben u. bestossen; Titel mit sehr kl. Rundstempel; wenige Seiten leicht fleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl. mit einem zusätzlichen, im Vorsatz montierten Stich. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Notamento di alcuni passi ricavati dalle Memorie del Duca di Sulli, primo ministro del Re Enrico IV. detto il Grande.

      1790. Italy, c.1790. 8°. 170 pages. Hardcover / Decorative 19th century binding with gilt lettering on spine. 18th century, extensive manuscript - excerpt of Sully's memoirs. Maximilien de Béthune, first Duke of Sully (13 December 1560

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        PALERMO - "View of the Port of Palermo". Grande e scenografica veduta del Porto di Palermo, con barche e pescherecci in primo piano e la città affacciata sul mare. 

      1790. Inc. in rame, f. 30,5x52 cm. ca. Esemplare con pieghe editoriali, rifilato alla battura, con un piccolo strappo di 1 mm. in corrispondenza della braghetta, con difetto di stampa in pao di punti, in corripondenza di antiche pieghe della carta.  In: Swinburne, Henry - Travels in the two Sicilies... London, Nichols... 

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        Schloß Prötzel ('Vue de Pretzeln').

      - altkolorierte Umrissradierung aus Topographie Pittoresque des Etats Prussiens b. Jean Morino in Berlin, um 1790, 24,5 x 34 Berndt, Märkische Ansichten, Nr. 1635. - Blatt XXII. aus der sehr seltenen Morino-Folge. - Besitzer von Kamecke

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        AGRICULTURA GENERAL, QUE TRATA DE LA LABRANZA DEL CAMPO, Y SUS PARTICULARIDADES: CRIANZA DE ANIMALES, PROPIEDADES DE LAS PLANTAS QUE EN ELLA SE CONTIENEN, Y VIRTUDES PROVECHOSAS A LA SALUD HUMANA.

      - 1790 Josef de Urrutia, Madrid Libro dividido en seis partes.: 1º, De la labranza, y crianza, y de otras muchas particularidades y provechos del campo. 2º, De las tierras, aires, y sitios, que son buenos para las viñas, y apropia cada manera de tierras, a su suerte de vides. 3º, De los arboles, y primero dira algunas generalidades de ellos, que son comunes a todos, o a la mayor parte de los arboles, y despues dira mas particularmente de algunos de ellos. 4º, De las huertas, y sus sitios, y de la manera de los estiercoles, y estercolar, y de las cercas y cerraduras de las huertas, y de las maneras y tiempos del regar, y de algunas hortalizas. 5º, De las crias de algunas animalias, y primero de las abejas. 6º, En que se enseñan brevemente las cosas que convienen que se hagan en cada mes en el campo. y este tratado ira repartido por menguantes y crecientes de Luna, diciendo que obras se han de hacer en creciente, y quales en menguante. Asimismo pondremos otras señales de algunas mudanzas de tiempos, que las puedan claramente entender; y algunas otras particularidades necesarias. 4 (h) 494 pg. 5 (h) 31x22 cm. Enc. plena piel época, con algunas rozaduras. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MIDSUMMER HOLYDAYS; or, A Long Story. Written for the Improvement and Entertainment of Young Folk. Second edition.

      83, [1 ad'] pages. Recent full sheep, gilt red title label to spine. 12mo. Some juvenile scribbling and doodling to the half-title, title, blank recto, and the first page of text; else a very good copy of a work thought to be by Lady Ellenor Fenn.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        JEMIMA PLACID; OR, THE ADVANTAGE OF GOOD-NATURE, Exemplified in a variety of Familiar Incidents. Third edition. (Price 6d in Gilt Paper - 9d Bound in Red.)

      91 pages of text. Ad's as rear pastedown. Illustrated with a wood-engraved frontispiece, and numerous wood-engravings in the text. Original Dutch flower paper-covered boards. Boards rubbed & worn; paper missing from spine; hinges holding on strings only; else a very good copy. Mary Ann Kilner [nee Maze] was the sister-in-law of Dorothy Kilner, author of many 18th century children's Books.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        English Botany; or, coloured Figures of British Plants, with their essential Characters, Synonyms, and Places of Growth.

      To which will be added, occasional Remarks by James Sowerby [and] James Edward Smith. The Figures by james Sowerby. 36 vols. incl. General Indexes. London: Taylor and Co./ J. Davies 1790-1814. With 2592 handcoloured copperengravings. Bound in nice light full calf, spines richly gilt and with blindtooled decorations, boards with diagonal blindtolled pattern and goldlines, and with inner ornamental border.Together with HOOKER, W.J.: Supplement to the English Botany of the Late Sir J.E. Smith and Mr. Sowerby. The Descriptions, Synonyms, and Places of Growth. By William Jackson Hooker and other eminent Botanists; the Figures by James de Carle Sowerby. Volume 1-4 [of 5]. London: J.D.C and C.E. Sowerby, Salter 1831-49. With 368 hand-coloured engraved plates numbered 2593-2960. Bound in nice contemporary halfleather with coloured labels and richly gilt on spines, and marmored paper on boards. First edition.SOWERBY, JAMES (1757-1822), English natural-history artist, was born in London on the 21st of March 1757. He became a student at the Royal Academy, and subsequently taught drawing, but soon applied his art to the illustration of botanical and conchological works, and became distinguished by the publication of his English Botany (36 vols., 1790-1814), and British Mineralogy (5 vols., 1804-1817). He likewise planned and carried out for a number of years the classic geological work intended to describe and illustrate the British fossils, and entitled The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain (7 vols., 1812-1846). This was issued in parts, with the assistance first of his elder son, J. de C. Sowerby, and, after J. Sowerby s death (Oct. 25, 1822), of his second son, G.B. Sowerby, both the sons being themselves expert palaeontologists. The Sowerby collection, consisting of about 5000 fossils, was purchased by the British Museum in 1860. A few plates weakly browning, some of the bindings with minor signs of age and storage.Nissen 2225 + 2226.

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        Ansicht der St. Gereons-Kirche in Cöln. Vue de l'Église St. Géréon à Cologne.

      - Kupferstich v. Ludwig Schnell ( um 1790-1834 ) n. Ernst Fries ( 1801-1833 ) aus Malerische Ansichten des Rheins b. Joseph Engelmann, Heidelberg, 1819 - 1826, 14,5 x 21,5 cm Ansicht von Nord-Westen mit Blick auf Gereonstor und -mühle. Blatt 11 aus der Unterabteilung " Zehn Blätter vom Rheine " des oben genannten Werkes; Clemen 220. Blatt durchgehend leicht verschmutzt; Knickspuren außerhalb der Darstellung. Schmitt, Rheinbeschreibungen 167 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        St. Gereon.

      - Kupferstich v. Ludwig Schnell ( um 1790-1834 ) n. Ernst Fries ( 1801-1833 ) aus Malerische Ansichten des Rheins b. Joseph Engelmann, Heidelberg, 1819 - 1826, 14,5 x 21,5 cm Ansicht von Nord-Westen mit Blick auf Gereonstor und -mühle. Blatt 11 aus der Unterabteilung " Zehn Blätter vom Rheine " des oben genannten Werkes; Abzug vor der Schrift, daher äußerst selten. Clemen 220. Blatt am unteren Rand mit leichten Stockflecken, nicht bis in die Darstellung hinein. Schmitt, Rheinbeschreibungen 167 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Liste des noms des ci devant nobles, & de tous les aspirans à la Noblesse, ou escrocs d'icelle, avec des notes sur leurs familles

      First Edition. 3 parts, originally sold in delivery gathered here in a book. Rare. shagreen half red medium nineteenth century. Back to nerves boxes adorned with a jewel. Corners bumped. Review and origin (history and genealogy) of the nobility of all the great families of France, Montesquiou, Lusignan, Noailles, Rohan, and also lower, the author endeavoring to demonstrate that any nobility usurped, and that all nobles are actually impostors, and they take their origins or commoners, or thieves, so that no therefore legitimacy of power and nobility. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! chez Garnery. L'an second de la Liberté. à Paris [1790] in-8 (12x19cm) de 112pp. , 120pp. , 94pp. 3 parties reliées en un volume

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        Vier Blätter zur Preussisch-Brandenburgischen Staatengeschichte, 1790

      - Technik: Radierung auf Papier. Beschriftung: 1. Blatt unten mittig signiert und datiert: "D Chodowiecki del: & sc: 1790". Werkverzeichnis: Engelmann 633. Serie: aus: Historisch genealogischer Calender auf das Jahr 1791. Grösse: 9 x 5,3 cm (Darstellung). Weitere Größen: Platte: 20,8 x 13,8 cm Papier: 26,6 x 21,5 cm. Beschreibung: Probedruck auf dem unzerschnittenen Papier. Es handelt sich um einen Gesamtpreis inkl. Versandkosten innerhalb der BRD. Umsatzsteuer wird wegen Differenzbesteuerung nach §25a UstG weder erhoben noch ausgewiesen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: H. W. Fichter Kunsthandel e.K.]
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        Traité complet sur les abeilles, avec une méthode nouvelle de les gouverner, telle qu'elle se pratique à Syra, île de l'Archipel; précédé d'un précis historique et économique de cette île.

      Paris, Imprimerie de Monsieur, chez Bleuet, 1790. ____ Première édition. Ce traité d'apiculture contient une belle description de l'île de Syros et de ses habitants (sur 290 pages) par celui qui fut le vicaire de cette île fascinante des Cyclades. Jolie vue gravée de l'île en frontispice dépliant. Très bel exemplaire, d'une grande fraîcheur.*-------* First edition. Blackmer 1437 : "This fascinating and rare work is based on della Rocca's years on the Catholic stronghold of Syros. There is a description and a view of the island as well as a section on bee-keeping, which the rest of the plates illustrate." 3 volumes in-8. [198 x 120 mm] Collation : XXXII, 464 pp./ VIII, 500, (4) pp./ XII, 532 pp., 5 planches dépliantes. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, étiquette de titre rouge et de tomaison verte, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Medical botany, containing a systematic and general descriptions, with plates, of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended in the catalogues of the materia medica...

      (..., as published by the Royal Colleges of Physicians of London and Edinburgh: accompanied with a circumstantial detail of their medical effects, and of the diseases in which they have been most successfully employed. In three volumes ( complete - first edition. Erscheinungszeitraum 1790 - 1793. Printed and sold for the author, by James Phillips ). Volumen I mit XIV, 182 Textseiten, 1 Blatt ( Index ). Mit 65 altkolorierten Kupfertafeln ( so vollständig ), jeweils unter Seidenhemdchen. / Volumen II ( 1792 erschienen ) mit VIII und den Seiten 183 368 und 1 Blatt Index. Mit den altkolorierten Kupfertafeln 66 135 ( Tafeln so vollständig ) ( Tafel 78 folgt hier auf Tafel 79 ), meist unter Seidenhemdchen. / Volumen III ( 1793 erschienen ) mit XII, den Seiten 369 578 und XII Seiten Index ( to the third volumen General Latin Index General English Index ). Mit den altkolorierten Kupfertafeln 136 210 ( Tafeln so vollständig ) ( die letzten 5 Kupfer falsch in der Zählung eingebunden ). Ganzlederbände der Zeit mit 2 jeweils 2 farbigen goldgeprägten Rückenschildchen, Klein4 ( 23,5 x 18,5 cm ). Die Einbände jeweils berieben, etwas fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen ( Band 3 am schmalen Einbandrücken offenbar restauriert ). Innen sind die ersten beiden Bände von guter Erhaltung, Seiten teils gering fleckig, wenige Tafeln gering fleckig, Seidenhemdchen teils beschädigt, teils stärker fleckig. Der dritte Band leider durchgehend etwas wasserrandig ( wenige Seiten auch stärker wasserrandig ), hiervon auch einige Tafeln betroffen, meist aber nur am weißen Außenrand. Hier die Seidenhemdchen meist stärker fleckig, teils beschädigt, teils fehlend. Zusammen 3 Bände mit allen altkolorierten 210 Kupfertafeln vollständig. Ein später erschienenes Supplement zu den Bänden liegt hier nicht vor. ( In the third volume their are a lot of the pages waterstained, as well some few copperplates are waterstained ( at the white border, only a few plates are waterstained inside the drawing ). The other volumes are rather clean as well the copperplates are clean and in good condition ). The binding is somehow a little bit rubbed, little bit stained.) ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 3800 Gramm ) ( Lagerort Richey-DG )

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        Resolved, that the Commonwealth be divided into eight districts

      1790. First Edition . MASSACHUSETTS. Resolved, that the Commonwealth be, and hereby is divided into eight districts. Boston: Thomas Adams, (1790). Broadside sheet of laid paper printed on recto only, measuring 13-1/2 by 16-1/2 inches. $3000.Massachusetts congressional broadside announcing the division of the state into eight districts, “for the purpose of electing eight persons to represent the people thereof in Congress of the United States.” Docketed on the verso by the “Selectmen of Waltham.”Since the earliest days of the republic, drawing the boundaries of congressional districts after the decennial census has been primarily the responsibility of the state legislatures. Each state has its own constitution and laws, and the constitutional requirements for redistricting vary considerably from state to state. As governor, John Hancock presided over passage of this Commonwealth of Massachusetts resolution establishing the stateÂ’s electoral procedures and dividing the state into eight electoral districts for representation in the First Congress of the United States. Town officials within each district (in this case the town of Waltham) were instructed to call town meetings on the first Monday of October, in order for inhabitants “to give their votes for their respective representatives.” These officials would then “in open town-meeting, sort and count the votes, and shall form a list of the names of the persons voted for, with the number of votes for each person set against his name”— the districtÂ’s representatives being chosen by majority vote. Those first representatives included several former delegates to the Continental Congress, among them Elbridge Gerry, who like Hancock had been one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Gerry became the countryÂ’s fifth Vice-President but is perhaps best known as the namesake of gerrymandering, that practice of redrawing electoral districts in order to aid the dominant political party. After issuance of this resolution, the 1790 census increased the stateÂ’s representatives from eight to 14 and Massachusetts altered its districting to four, electing representatives on a general ticket. After 1795, however, Massachusetts returned to the plan of single-representative districts as described here. Signed in print by David Cobb, Samuel Phillips, John Avery and John Hancock. Bristol B7410. Shipton & Mooney 45904. Light fold lines, small hole at top-most fold affecting the word “Sheriff,” tissue reinforcements to versos of folds. Near-fine condition.

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        Tour in Wales

      1790. First Edition . (WALES) [PENNANT, Thomas] [GRIFFITHS, Moses, illustrator]. A Tour in Wales. BOUND WITH: Supplemental Plates to the Tours in Wales. BOUND WITH: The Journey to Snowdon. London: Henry Hughes, 1778, 1781. Two volumes (and supplement) bound in one. Thick quarto, contemporary full brown polished calf rebacked, elaborately gilt-decorated spine, raised bands, black morocco spine label, renewed endpapers. $2200.First editions of celebrated 18th-century naturalist and historian PennantÂ’s picturesque tour through Wales and his journey to Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, richly illustrated with 48 finely engraved plates (13 folding), two engraved title pages and three vignettes.Thomas Pennant, a member of the Royal Society whose “name stands high among the naturalists of the 18th century” (DNB), was also renowned for his travel narratives. Pennant was praised by his contemporary, Samuel Johnson, as a man who “observes more things than any one else does.” “The Tour in Wales has less the character of a journal than PennantÂ’s other ‘Tours,Â’ and his biographer, W.T. Parkins, considers it his ‘best performance” (DNB). “This tireless naturalist and antiquary reached out to the ends of the world to gather in knowledge” (Cox). Illustrator Moses Griffiths, “being clever with his pencil, was taken into service by Thomas Pennant about 1769. Pennant helped him to study drawing and engraving, and Griffiths became his constant companion on his tours and excursions, making the drawings and engravings for PennantÂ’s numerous works. Griffiths obtained some proficiency both as a draughtsman and engraver” (DNB). PennantÂ’s first tour in Wales took place in 1773; the erroneously printed date “MDCCLXX” was corrected by hand to “MDCCLXXIII” on a number of copies, including this one. Though A Tour in Wales calls for 26 plates numbered in sequence, there are actually 27, with two different plates given the number XI. The Supplemental Plates, published in 1781, adds ten engravings to A Tour in Wales; The Journey to Snowdon features 11 plates—one folding—and two vignettes. Bookplate.Text and plates clean and fine, with only minor creases to a few folding plates. Expert restoration to corners of contemporary calf. An attractive copy in excellent condition.

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        Cölln, eine der grösten und vornehmsten Reichs Städte in Teutschland, in Erzstifte Cölln am Rhein gelegen. Sie ist nach der alten manier befestiget, mit schönen Mauern 83 dicken Thürmen und 3 Gräben, und hat 24 Thore, in ihren Ringmauern hat sie so viel Kirchen und Capellen als Tag im Jahr sind.

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Hisler aus Sächsischer Postillion b. C.F.Völkel, Löbau, um 1790, 18 x 29,5 cm Sehr seltenes Blatt. Ansicht über den Rhein, im Vordergrund die oft verwendete Hühnerkorb-Staffage. Text oben in 5 Zeilen, mittig Portrait Constantinus VI in einer Bordüre, wie auf vielen Blättern aus dem sächsischen Postillion. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        La source et origine des cons sauvages. Et la maniere de les aprivoiser, & le moyen de predire toutes choses à advenir par iceux. Plus la cruelle bataille de Messer Bidault Culbute & ses compagnons [...] plus enrichy du bail à ferme desdits cons, avec les sens et rentes & tout ce qui en depend

      - Par Jean de la Montagne, à Lyon 1590 [ca 1790], in-8 (9,5x17cm), 20p. ; 24p. ; 10p., relié. - ristampa - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Réimpression faite vers la fin du XVIIIe (Le matériel typographique semble l'indiquer). Un faux-titre pour La grande et veritable pronostication des cons sauvages... et une page de titre à l'adresse de Yves Beaumont à Rouen : La source du gros fessier des nourrices ; un faux-titre pour Sermon joyeux d'un depucelleur de nourrices. La cruelle bataille de Messer Bideault Culbute, bien qu'annoncé dans le titre, ne se trouve pas dans le recueil. Toutes les éditions du XVIIIe offrent 1610 comme date, nous n'avons rencontré celle-ci nulle part, que ce soit dans les catalogues de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France (qui ne propose que des réimpressions à la date de 1610) ou celui de la British Library. On sait que Bernard de la Monnaye en fit une réimpression au début du XVIIIe. Les éditions consultées n'ont pas toutes le même nombre de textes, certaines n'ont que les premières 20p. de notre exemplaire. Deux vignettes de titre et une figure très libres portant de nombreux phallus ailés. Reliure en pleine basane blonde glacée ca 1820 établie sur un exemplaire non rogné. Dos à nerfs orné de fers à froid et de roulettes sur les nerfs. Coiffes arrachées sur 2 cm. Deux coins émoussés. Frottements. Rousseurs. Une notice manuscrite au XIXe sur la page de garde avant le titre à propos de cette édition. Sur le dernier feuillet, manuscrit : "10 francs, broché, 20 août 1811". Ces textes furent publiés par le Cercle du livre précieux en 1961 avec d'autres du même genre, on lit sur le contreplat la présentation de George Bourgueil : ces facéties parurent pour la première fois sous le règne d'Henri IV et sont restées enfouies dans l'Enfer de la Bibliotèque Nationale depuis le XVIIIe siècle, date de leur dernière édition. On trouve également dans cette publication de précieux renseignements, ainsi Pascal Pia (Les livres de l'Enfer) pense que l'édition de 1610 n'était probablement pas l'édition originale. Une note précise que Jean de la Montagne est le nom de l'éditeur du XVIIIe siècle. La cruelle bataille de Misser... ne correspond à aucun texte identifiable et tendrait à faire penser que ce texte a été écrit au XVIIIe et ajouté. Après une dissertation au style scientifique et à la langue très littéraire sur la différence des cons, plusieurs poésies satiriques et quelques discours. Ex-libris gravé du XIXe Ch. Sauvageot (de l'Académie royale de musique). Très rare.

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        The History of the Bastile: With a Concise Account of the Late Revolution in France. To Which Is Added, An Appendix, Containing, among other Particulars, An Enquiry into the History of the Prisoner with the Mask

      . Contemporary calf, the front board detached and the rear joint cracked, else a clean copy, with the half title and the elaborate folding plan. Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, London, 1790.

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        Voyage aux sources du Nil, en Nubie et en Abyssinie, Pendants les années 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771 & 1772. Traduit de l'Anglois par J.H. CASTERA.

      - Londres, 1790-1792, 14 volumes in-8 (200x135mm), reliés en volumes plein veau moucheté, dos orné à 5 nerfs, pièces de titre rouge et de tomaisons vert avec dans le dernier tome Paterson (William), Quatre voyages dans le pays des Hottentots et la Cafrerie, en 1777, 1778 & 1779, Londres 1792, 191pp. Très bel exemplaire avec un atlas in-4 (265x210mm), reliure d'attente de 88 planches dont 2 en double page et 4 cartes dépliantes non rogné. Etiquette de bibliothèque, Ex Libris J.A. Dezauche. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A TREATISE ON THE CULTURE OF THE VINE

      YORK FOR THE AUTHOR BY G. PEACOCK LONDON 1790 - FIRST EDITION. HALF LEATHER OVER MARBLED BOARDS. BOARDS AND LEATHER VERY WORN. SOME LOSS AT BOTTOM OF LEATHER SPINE. SOME DAMP STAINING TO ENDPAPERS AND TO FINAL 20 PAGES, OTHERWISE CLEAN. NO LIST OF SUBCRIBERS. ALTHOUGH BINDING ON THE WHOLE IS TIGHT, PAGES 3 TO 6 ARE LOOSE. A NOTE OF THE FEP SUGGESTS THE BOOK WAS BOUND 1835 AND NO 7 OF 91,EX HARTWELL LIBRARY. ILLUSTRATED BY FINE LINE DRAWINGS. 5 PLATES, INCLUDING 3 FOLD OUT PLANS OF HEATED GREENHOUSES. INDEX. A SCARCE BOOK AT A REALISTIC PRICE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Entdeckte Geheinisse der Zauberey zur Aufklärung des Volks über Aberglauben und Irrwahn.

      München, Bey Joseph Lentner, 1790. 8° , Hardcover/Pappeinband (5 Bl.), 271 Seiten. Mit 4 Kupfern und 2 Vignetten. Pappeinband der Zeit. Einband leicht berieben, Frontispiz u. Titelseite professionell restauriert, innen leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt gutes u. seltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Esoterik, Illustrierte Ausgabe, Religion

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        Discourse on the Love of Our Country

      , 1790. 1790. (AMERICAN REVOLUTION) PRICE, Richard. A Discourse on the Love of Our Country, Delivered on Nov. 4, 1789… to the Society for Commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain. With an Appendix… London: T. Cadell, 1790. Octavo, disbound; pp. 51, (1), 34, (2). $1800.Third edition, the scarce first expanded edition of Price's controversial work, issued only one year after the first edition, documenting progress in human rights from England's Glorious Revolution to the American and French Revolutions, sparking Burke's refutation in Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) and Wollstonecraft's endorsement in Vindication of the Rights of Men (1790).Richard Price, a close friend of Franklin and John Adams, was ""the most influential British advocate of American independence"" (Howes P586). In November 1789, within months of the French Revolution, Price stood before a London meeting of the Society for the Commemoration of England's 1688 Glorious Revolution and, with this controversial Discourse in praise of revolution, triggered a war of words that sparked Burke's incendiary refutation of Price in Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790), and prompted a ringing endorsement from Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Men (1790). In this Discourse Price triumphantly traces the course of human rights furthered by revolution

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        Journal of the Second Session of the Senate

      1790. First Edition . (UNITED STATES CONGRESS). Journal of the Second Session of the Senate of the United States of America, Begun and Held at the City of New-York, January 4th, 1790; and in the Fourteenth Year of the Independence of the Said States. New York: Printed by John Fenno, 1790. Folio, contemporary full blind-tooled brown sheep, raised bands, red morocco spine label. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $8500.Scarce first edition of the official record of the Second Session of the First United States Senate, containing an early printing of WashingtonÂ’s eloquent State of the Union Message delivered in the Senate Chamber, and notices of ratification of the Bill of Rights, as well as a record of debate over HamiltonÂ’s fiscal policy, laws on Western expansion, the establishment of the judiciary, negotiation of Indian treaties, the census and the controversial location of a permanent seat of government.“The politics of the 1790s was a truly cacophonous affairÂ… Historians have labeled it ‘the Age of PassionÂ’ for good reasonÂ… It has no equal in American history” (Ellis, Founding Fathers, 16). That fierce debate is evident in this scarce first official publication of the Journal of the Second Session of the first Senate, which documents the entire Session from January 4 to August 12, 1790. Included is an important early printing of WashingtonÂ’s State of the Union Message (5-8), as well as a record of ratification of the Bill of Rights, of laws on Western expansion and the judiciary, and of proposals for a national census-which became implicitly linked with an emerging divide over slavery as a growing slave population in the South had a subtle but consequential impact on federal elections. In addition this JournalÂ’s notes on HamiltonÂ’s fiscal proposals address a conflict key to “the political life of the new republic in its earliest yearsÂ… the massive and personal political enmity, classic in the annals of American historyÂ… between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson” (Elkins & McKitrick, 77). That conflict had linked impact on the location of the nationÂ’s capitol and policies over the assumption of federal debt-issues central to Senate actions that ultimately saw partial resolution on July 16, 1790, when this Journal states that Washington “has on this day approved of, and affixed his signature to the ‘Act for establishing the temporary and permanent seat of the government of the United States” (159). With these and other issues, such as regulation of trade and the military, this First Congress saw that “a new kind of ideological problem, hitherto not of first urgency, became insistentÂ… Beyond the words of the Constitution and the republican values represented by General Washington, what was to be its character? At the beginning of 1790, the answer still lay very much in the future” (Elkins & McKitrick, 78). One of only 700 copies printed, for in May 1789, Congress passed a resolution directing that “600 copies of the Acts of each session, [and] 700 copies of the Journals of each house,Â… [be printed and] distributed to the members and to the executive, judiciary, and heads of the departments of the United States government, as well as the executive, legislative and judicial branches of every state. This would practically exhaust the 600 and 700 copies, you will note, in official distribution, and leave none for public purchase” (Powell, Books of a New Nation, 87). With corrected pagination of the two final leaves (222-4) and errata. OCLC lists 35 copies. Evans 22982. Light scattered foxing, minor tape repair to final text leaf, minimally affecting text; slight rubbing to contemporary boards. An extremely good copy of a prominent volume in AmericaÂ’s early history.

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        Reflections on the Revolution in France

      1790. Signed. BURKE, Edmund. Reflections on the Revolution in France, And on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London Relative to that Event. London: J. Dodsley, 1790. Octavo, contemporary full brown calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spine, marbled endpapers. Housed in a custom chemise and clamshell box. $16,500.Rare third edition, published within weeks of the first edition, of Burke's important and controversial attack on the French Revolution, presentation/association copy, inscribed in Burke's hand ""From the author"" on the title page above the owner signature of prominent British statesman, financier and close Burke associate Stephen T. Adey, with Adey's owner signature also on the first text leaf. A handsome copy in contemporary calf.""One of the most brilliant of all polemicsÂ… It is not to be wondered at that a man who desired justice for America but rejected Jefferson's doctrines would be deeply stirred by the events of 1789. To Burke an absorption with the end and neglect of the means was the most dreadful of sins. His anger and disgust were exacerbated by the dread that the aims, principles, methods and language which he detested in France might infect the people of England. This it was which provoked the Reflections"" (PMM 239). ""The effect of the Reflections was extraordinary. It created a reaction against the revolution; it divided Englishmen into two parties and did much to ruin the whigsÂ… Abroad the Reflections created no less stir than at home, and Burke received the compliments of different foreign sovereigns"" (DNB). Burke's ""attack on the French RevolutionÂ… infuriated Paine, who was chagrined by these statements coming from his former friend, the great liberal. He rushed into print with his even more celebrated answer, The Rights of Man"" (Gimbel-Yale 58-59). Third edition, second issue: ""Published after 29 November 1790."" With ""Fourth Edition"" stated on title page; catchwords as in third edition, first issue; Todd ""g"" and ""h"": with ""187-x,"" ""210-*"" and ""212-1."" Todd 53g. ESTC T46577. Goldsmiths 14520. See Grolier 100 63. With the owner signatures of S[tephen] T[hurston] Adey on the title page and first text leaf. Burke was one of Adey's most ""influential patrons"" and the two often corresponded. As a member of Parliament and a prominent financier, Adey ""was associated for most of his life with the house of Boldero, Kendall, Adey & CompanyÂ…. [Burke] described Adey in 1780 as a Whig 'of worth and honour', with 'nothing of the banker in him'Â… their association continued to the end, Adey being present throughout Burke's last illness"" (House of Parliament). Armorial bookplate.Text generally fresh with faint occasional dampstaining, light rubbing to spine ends, dampstaining to rear board. An exceptional association copy.

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        Caption title:] Extrait des registres des d

      Baudouin, Imprimeur de l'Assembl

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        Globus caelestis Cufico-Arabicus Veliterni Musei Borgiani [.] illustratus. Praemissa ejusdem De Arabum astronomia dissertatione et adjectis duabus epistolis Cl. Josephi Toaldi.

      Padua, typis Seminarii, 1790. - Small folio (216 x 294 mm). (16), CCXIX, (9) pp. With 3 large folding engraved plates. Contemporary green half calf with gilt spine and marbled covers. Only edition of this rare study decribing a celestial globe with Cufic lettering in the Borgia Museum at Velletri. The book also contains a dissertation on the astronomy of the Arabs, with Arabic excerpts from the works of Ahmed al-Farghani (Alfraganus; cf, GAL I, 221), one of the most famous mediaeval Muslim astronomers. Assemani (1752-1821), a great-nephew of Joseph Assemani, the cataloguer of the oriental manuscripts in the Vatican library, is best known for his catalogue of the manuscripts and Cufic coins in the Naniana in Venice (cf. F

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        Tratado Te

      Imprenta de Manuel Gonzalez, Madrid 1790 - Traducion al espa

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        Histoire de la Ste-Chapelle Royale du Palais

      Edition illustrated with 17 plates, including a frontispiece and 2 shots. prints investment slip in fine.Bound in full sheepskin rooted contemporary. Back smooth decorated with coffered grotesque, 3 compounds of diamonds and other 3 stars. Friesland and mentoring net on the boards. Roll on turns. As part of brown sheepskin. The serpentes were retained. Beautiful copy, particularly fresh. Chez Clousier & Prault à Paris 1790 in-4 (20x26,5cm) iv, 307pp. ; 228pp. (12) relié

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        Iconologie par figures, ou Trait

      - Paris, Lattr

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        Gesamtansicht; darunter Portr

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich aus S

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        TRAVELS INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF AFRICA, By Way of the Cape of Good Hope; In the Years 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84 and 85. Two volume set.

      Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row, London 1790 - Two volume set. Contains 11 of 12 plates including one fold-out; lacks one plate from the first volume titled: Encampment at Pampoen-Kraal. Vol. I: xii, 395 pages of text. Vol. II: [ii], 403, [i] pages of text. Hardcover bindings: rebound circa 1910 with black leather spines and corners, and dark green boards. Binder's name stamped at bottom of spine: Bound by Fred Mees. There is moderate shelfwear and rubbing, with volume number one on spine rubbed off, and corners of boards are cracking; both volumes remain attractive and intact. New endpapers are slightly browned with minor staining, and one with a small tear. Previous owner's stamp neatly on the title page of each volume, and bookplate neatly on the front pastedown endpaper of each volume: Henry Von Wackerbarth. Minor soiling and browning to the first few and last page of text, with minimal foxing scattered here and there. Numerous pencil notations or underlining scattered lightly throughout the text. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l'int

      - Gay, Bibl. de l'Afrique et de l'Arabie 3118; cf. Mendelssohn I, p. 889 (4to ed. of 1790); Rookmaker, pp. 177-271. First edition (in octavo: a quarto edition appeared simultaneously) of Le Vaillant's account of his first expedition into the interior of South Africa. Le Vaillant (1753-1824) embarked on a first excursion on 18 December 1781, advancing as far as the Great Fish River. After returning to Cape Town, he undertook a second excursion during which he travelled beyond the Orange River. His engaging narrative of the expedition contains valuable ornithological information and interesting notes on the peoples he encountered, including the Khoikhoi ("Hottentots") and the Xhosas. Plate VII, a portrait of a naked "Hottentote" woman that was later suppressed, is present here and the censors have not tampered with it. The octavo edition is typographically superior to the quarto edition.In very good condition. The bindings are also very good, with only minor signs of wear. A landmark voyage to the South African interior, with 7 iconic costume portraits of indigenous Africans, coloured by hand.

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        TRAVELS INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF AFRICA, By Way of the Cape of Good Hope; In the Years 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84 and 85. Two volume set.

      London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row, 1790. Two volume set. Contains 11 of 12 plates including one fold-out; lacks one plate from the first volume titled: Encampment at Pampoen-Kraal. Vol. I: xii, 395 pages of text. Vol. II: [ii], 403, [i] pages of text. Hardcover bindings: rebound circa 1910 with black leather spines and corners, and dark green boards. Binder's name stamped at bottom of spine: Bound by Fred Mees. There is moderate shelfwear and rubbing, with volume number one on spine rubbed off, and corners of boards are cracking; both volumes remain attractive and intact. New endpapers are slightly browned with minor staining, and one with a small tear. Previous owner's stamp neatly on the title page of each volume, and bookplate neatly on the front pastedown endpaper of each volume: Henry Von Wackerbarth. Minor soiling and browning to the first few and last page of text, with minimal foxing scattered here and there. Numerous pencil notations or underlining scattered lightly throughout the text.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Singhalesisches Palmenblattmanuskript

      ohne Verlag 1790 - - es handelt sich bei diesen Aufzeichnungen um Eingeborenen-Medizin oder einer Sammlung von Ayurvedischen Behandlungsmethoden/seltenes Original - Gewicht in Gramm: 222 45 beidseitig beschriebene Blätter. wohl späteres 18. Jahrhundert. Geschnitzte Holzdeckel mit Kordelbindung (20,5 cm x 5 cm) (5 Blatt mit Randausbruch)

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        The New-England Farmer; or Georgical Dictionary: Containing a Compendious Account of the Ways and Methods in Which the Most Important Art of Husbandry in All Its Various Branches Is or May Be Practiced to the Greatest Advantage in this Country.

      Isaiah Thomas,, Worcester: 1790 - 8vo, period calf, morocco spine label, viii, 335 pp. Ex-library copy, bookplate of Hobart College on front and rear pastedowns, rubber stamp of Antiquarian Society, Worchester , Mass on title page, joints cracked and hinges very weak, binding with wear to extremities, dent in spine by label, some internal foxing and soiling, front endpaper a little torn; otherwise in pretty good shape. Samuel Deane (1733-1814) was a writer and clergyman, who was born in Dedham, Massachusetts. While a strong supporter of the American Revolution, he ran into some problems with his congregation for his criticism of the pacific tendencies of the Quakers. After the war he turned his attention the science of agriculture, and published "The New England Farmer. " in 1790. He includes elaborate definitions of many agricultural terms. His definition of oak goes on for almost two pages, and many obscure terms are also included. Sabin indicates this is "The first work of the kind published in this country The work is from the presses of Isaiah Thomas. Sabin 19056. ANB. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        PUBLII VIRGILII MARONIS OPERA, PRISTINO NITORI RESTITUTA, CUM NOTIS & VARIIS LECTIONIBUS EX CODICIBUS & OPTIMIS EXEMPLARIBUS

      Paris: Barbou, 1790. Light foxing on the borders of the plates, otherwise exceptionally fine and bright copies. Two volumes. 12mo. xxviii, 392p; (iv), 423p. Illustrated with head- and tail-pieces and with 17 full-page plates engraved by Duflos after Cochin. Bound by Bennett, NY in full blue crushed morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spines with gilt titles and panel ornaments, the covers with simple fillet borders and fancy dentelles. Lewine p. 554; Cohen-De Ricci p. 1018 (for editions of 1745 and 1767).

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        TRAVELS TO DISCOVER THE SOURCE OF THE NILE, IN THE YEARS 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772 AND 1773. IN SIX VOLUMES (6 Volumes; Set)

      Dublin: Printed by William Sleater for P. Wogan, L. White, P. Byrne, W. Porter, W. Sleater, et al., 1790. Full Leather. Very Good binding. An attractive set of Bruce's Travels, in which he recounts in which he recounts his twelve years in North Africa searching for the origins of the Nile. He did in fact discover the origins of the Blue Nile, and was the first European to follow the Blue Nile to its confluence with the White Nile. The first Dublin edition, in six volumes, in contemporary mottled calf with morocco title and number labels. The front board of Volume I has been discreetly reattached, Occasional staining on the paste downs and slight faxing throughout the volumes. Collates complete, with 56 plates and maps, some of which are folding. An attractive set of the First Dublin Edition. Very Good binding.

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