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        THE HISTORY OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE

      For the Author, Boston 1791 - Three volumes. Rebacked with red leather labels.New endpapers. This is a mixed set with 1791 reprint of the first volume and first editions of the second and third volumes, 1791 and 1792. The first edition of Volume 1 was published in 1784. These were all published in Boston. Large folding map in Volume 1 shows minor chipping along the right-hand border, old professional repair of a 1" tear, light toning of folds and edges. Old off-setting on title-page of Volume 2 from the map which was moved to Volume 1 at some point. Text is clean throughout. According to Streeter II:715, this is one of the most important of the 18th -century American histories. See also Howes B323 and Sabin 4434. Size: Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Glenn Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Compendio de matemáticas dispuesto para las Escuelas del Real Cuerpo de Artillería de Marina Tomo sexto, que comprende la pirotecnia, fortificacion y minas

      Cadiz Academia de Cavalleros Guardias Marinas 1791 - pp[xx] 216. 8 folding plates. the final volume in a series of texts published between 1781 and 1791 for the use of Spanish naval cadets, covering the subjects of pyrotechnics, fortification and mines. the earlier volumes covered arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, artillery, and bombardment. a nice crisp copy in a contemporary vellum binding. the extreme leading edges of the boards are lightly affected by rot, the upper hinge is cracking, and the front free end-paper is lacking 019 018 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McLaren Books Ltd., ABA, PBFA, ILAB]
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        The Botanic Garden; a poem, in two parts

      London: Pr. for J. Johnson, 1791.

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        Vaderlandsche geographie, of nieuwe tegenwoordige staat en hedendaagsche historie der Nederlanden. Derde deel: Friesland, Overyssel, Groningen en Ommelanden; en Drenthe.

      Asd., Gartman, Vermandel & Smit, 1791. - 8vo. (V)+228 (numbered 1159-1386)+334 pp. With 3 fold. engr. views & 8 plates with 2 views each (all depicting towns & villages in Friesland). Hardcover. Contemp. blue paper over boards. VG/--. (Spine sl. rubbed, spine ends & corners a bit worn; bookplate on pastedown, stamp on endp. & h.title; text & plates are fine). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat]
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        Pharmacopoeia, in usum Valetudinarii a Thoma Guy Armigero fundati, as norman recensitae editionis pharmacopoeiae collegii regalis medicorum Londinensis, reformata

      London 1791 - 12mo. Pp 86. BOUND WITH "Pharmacopoeia in usum Nosocomii Londinensis sancti Thomae", Pp 38 errata; London, 1787. BOUND WITH "General Rules to be observed in raising and continuing a Salivation: with the method of cure, and treatment of such dangerous symptoms as may accidentally occur. Pp 17; London, 1775. Calf binding shot. Partially disbound. Text block clean and crisp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        The history of France, from the earliest times, to the present important era : From the French of Velly, Villaret, Garnier, Mezeray, Daniel, and other eminent historians; with notes, critical and explanatory - [Complete in 4 volumes]

      London : Printed by C. Lowndes, Drury-Lane; and sold by W. Locke, Red-Lion Street, Holborn 1791 - Physical description; 4 v. : front. (v. 1) plates, ports., fold. map (front., v. 4) ; 28 cm. Note; John Gifford is the pseudonym used by John Richards Green. Vols. 2 and 3 have imprint: 'Printed for C. Lowndes, and W. Locke. 1792'. Subjects; Duane, William, 1760-1835. France - History. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, N32806. Provenance; from the library of SSM Kelham with bookplate. Frontis of V. 1 torn with minor loss. Very good copies all in the original, full tree calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with a contrasting Morocco gilt-blocked labels; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 10 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bucolica, Georgica et Aeneis

      Paris, 1791. Later Printing. Contemp. (somewhat later?) three quarter leather. A good copy; joint and backstrip scuffed; some wear to the corners; internally occ. light spotting but very good; untrimmed. folioSchweiger states: ' ... correct und gut gedruckt ....' This, however, is the first and last good thing he mentions about the printing. This printing of Vergil was long in the making and intended to supersede the Baskerville edition in beauty. Although a handome book Wroth, Schweiger, Brunet etc. all feel the typeface and selection of format is not a success. It is one of a hundred copies produced and is signed and numbered for the publisher on the verso of the last leaf. Schweiger, Latin, II,2, 1180; Brunet V, 1293; see Wroth, p. 221.

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        MISCELLANIES IN PROSE AND VERSE.

      London: John Ridgway, 1791. - 181,[4]pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author. Later marbled wrappers. Minor foxing in latter part of text, a few light dampstains to lower corner; inscribed by Frank T. Siebert on slipcase chemise: "Dr. Rosenbach says the finest copy he has ever seen." Very good plus. In a half morocco and cloth case. The Herschel V. Jones- Rosenbach-C.G. Littell- Frank T. Siebert copy, with the Littell book label. The seemingly slight title makes no mention of Captain Morris' journal which was kept while an Indian captive during the Pontiac War between August and late September 1764. "On pages 1 to 39, [Morris] gives his narrative of the incidents of his hazardous mission to Pontiac, a savage general, who in a six weeks' campaign, overthrew the British authority in all the territories of the northwest. Captain Morris accepted the service at the request of General Bradstreet, sensible that to place himself in the power of the vindictive Indian chief, was little short of a sentence to death. General Bradstreet, who had the ill luck to bear a reputation too great for his capacity, had the additional misfortune of seldom knowing what he really wanted. Captain Morris, by the combined force of good fortune, and good conduct, escaped the perils which inclosed his course and seemed irresistibly to close behind him and forbid his return to life. With the fire kindled around the stake to which he was tied, he was more than once rescued at the last minute" - Field. According to Dr. Siebert's note, "Plenty rare." AYER 208. FIELD 1095. THOMSON 854. HOWES M833. SABIN 50876.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

      John Ridgway, London 1791 - Later marbled wrappers, chemise (inscribed by Frank T. Siebert "Dr. Rosenbach says the finest copy he has ever seen,") half morocco and cloth case With the Morris journal of the Pontiac War: the Herschel V. Jones-Rosenbach-C.G. Littell-Frank T. Siebert copy. The seemingly slight title makes no mention of Captain Morris' journal which was kept while an Indian captive during the Pontiac War between August and late September 1764. "On pages 1 to 39, [Morris] gives his narrative of the incidents of his hazardous mission to Pontiac, a savage general, who in a six weeks' campaign, overthrew the British authority in all the territories of the northwest. Captain Morris accepted the service at the request of General Bradstreet, sensible that to place himself in the power of the vindictive Indian chief, was little short of a sentence to death. General Bradstreet, who had the ill luck to bear a reputation too great for his capacity, had the additional misfortune of seldom knowing what he really wanted. Captain Morris, by the combined force of good fortune, and good conduct, escaped the perils which inclosed his course and seemed irresistibly to close behind him and forbid his return to life. With the fire kindled around the stake to which he was tied, he was more than once rescued at the last minute" ( Field). According to Dr. Siebert's note, "Plenty rare." Ayer 208; Field 1095; Howes M833; Sabin 50876; Thomson 854. 181,[4]pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author. (Light spotting in latter part of text, a few light dampstains to lower corner). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Museum Britannicum or a display in 32 plates in Antiquities and Natural Curiosities in that noble and magnificent cabinet the British Museum after the original designs from Nature,

      J. Moore, London 1791 - Second edition, revised and corrected by P. Boyle. Folio. 88pp. plus 30 full page engravings and two letterpress illustrations. Finely bound to style in quarter calf, red lettering label, gilt, marbled paper boards. Text block totally untrimmed and so the edges are rough; in addition, first and last few pages are edgeworn from use. Light staining, foxing and soiling to the text, with the engravings generally offsetting to the letterpress facing pages. The title and first few pages are soiled and have mended closed marginal tears (no loss); else this is a good copy in a fine biding. First printed in 1778 in tribute to the recent (1759) opening of the British Museum. Lowndes, p. 2161. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nachrichten von den vorzüglichsten Krankenhäusern und Pesthäusern in Europa. Nebst einigen Beobachtungen über die Pest und fortgesetzten Bemerkungen über Gefängnisse und Krankenhäuser. Aus dem Englischen. Mit Zusäzen des deutschen Herausgebers (Chr. F. Ludwig), welche besonders die Krankenhäuser angehen. Mit Kupfern und Tabellen

      Leipzig, Göschen 1791 - Bake 223; Waller 4948; Hirsch/H. III, 314; vgl. Garrison/M. 1601 u. Norman 1109 (engl. Orig.-Ausg. 1789). - Erste seltene deutsche Ausgabe. - John Howard (1726-1790) war der führende englische Reformer für das Krankenhauswesen. Selbst von Seeräubern 1756 gefangen genommen, veranlasste ihn diese Einkerkerung fortan auf eine humanere Behandlung für die Gefängnisinsassen hinzuwirken. Während dieser Zeit reiste er durch Großbritannien und Irland und besuchte Gefängnisse, Krankenhäuser, Lazarette, Schulen und Arbeitshäuser. Seine Untersuchungen und Erfahrungen publizierte er in vorliegendem grundlegendem Werk, publiziert 1789 in der englischen Originalausgabe An account of the principal Lazarettos in Europe . Beschrieben werden die verschiedenen 'Pesthäuser' in Europa, Vorschläge zu einem neuen Plan eines 'Pesthauses', Bemerkungen über die Erkrankung an der Pest, Nachrichten von Gefängnissen, Zuchthäusern und Spitälern in Großbritannien und in Europa, sowie von Armenschulen in Irland, am Schluss Bemerkungen über das Gefängnisfieber. - Bemerkenswert sind die großformatigen Kupferstich-Pläne und -Grundrisse für 'Pesthäuser' in Genua und Messina, für das königl. Spital zu Haslar in England und ein Idealplan für ein Zuchthaus. Die Tabellen enthalten Vorschläge für Speisepläne in Krankenspitälern. - Following on his work for the improvement of the conditions in prisons, Howard travelled extensively in Europe, carrying out an elaborate investigation into the conditions of hospitals (G/M.). - Von geringer Bräunung abgesehen, in schöner und sauberer Erhaltung. Die Falt-Kupfertafeln sind auf festem Papier gedruckt und ebenfalls in sauberer Erhaltung, sie sind zwischen weißen Blättern am Schluss des Bandes eingefügt. Der Einbandbezug etwas nachgedunkelt bzw. gering fleckig XVI, 616 Seiten, 5 mehrfach gefalt. Kupfertafeln, 2 mehrf. gefalt. Tabellen Pappband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschild, 8° [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH]
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        Colección de cartas eruditas escritas por a D. Joseph Nebot y Sans. Publícalas D. Joseph Villarroya. Tomo I.

      - Valencia, Benito Monfort, 1791, 21 x 15 cm., perg., XIX + 254 págs. (Único tomo publicado de esta colección de cartas escritas por Mayans a su amigo José Nebot, que abarca el periodo desde 1739 hasta 1754, año en que falleció Nebot; de temática variada contiene desde asuntos legales hasta temas de arqueología o mitología).

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        Rare Ship's Passport with Health Certificate for an American Ship Bound from Cadiz in Spain to Philadelphia.

      Cadiz 1791 - Cadiz, 7 February, 1791. Official Health Certificate from Spain's naval authorities, completed in manuscript, signed in the original by 3 parties, certifies clearance for disembarkment and trade following inspection of an American vessel. Folio. Single leaf laid paper, printed recto only, measuring approximately 23 x 42 cm. Features large steel cut engraving. Text is in Spanish. Indication of moisture, otherwise very good condition, retaining a strong impression. Fascinating eighteenth century document from the Spanish Naval Court, signed on 7 February 1791, by an administrator of the Board of Health in Cadiz, issuing clearance to an American vessel named The Pilgrim, Captained by a John Smith, who was on a return voyage to colonial Philadelphia not long after the War of Independence. Following customary inspection for bubonic plague and other deadly diseases, Smith and his crew of six are free to enter port and trade goods, under certain restrictions, before heading to Philadelphia. Interestingly, they are specifically prohibited from trading slaves, as mentioned in the text. Captain John Smith was a Private, a trooper for the Royal Horse Guard Blues, a Cavalry Regiment of the British Army, before becoming a sea merchant. In 1784 Smith married Penelope Pitt (1749-1827), Viscountess Ligonier, daughter of the diplomatist and courtier George Pitt (1720-1803) of Stratfield Saye, Hampshire. Little else is known of him, though he may be a descendant of John Smith who emigrated to America in 1720, whose ancestry leads to John Smith born in 1655, County Monaghan, Ireland. This family Smith settled primarily in the Brandywine Settlement and the Lancaster County of Philadelphia. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Voyager Press Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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        Regla de la Orden de la Caballería de Santiago, con notas sobre algunos de sus capítulos y un apéndice de varios documentos.

      Imprenta de Sancha, Madrid 1791 - XVI-223 p. inc. portada. Tafilete rojo de época, lomo liso, con tejuelo y profusión de hierros dorados, ruedas doradas en ambos planos, cantos, contracantos, cabeza y cortes también dorados. Sello real en seco en plano superior. Palau, 253985

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        REGLA DE LA ORDEN DE LA CABALLERIA DE SANTIAGO, CON NOTAS SOBRE ALGUNOS DE SUS CAPITULOS Y UN APENDICE DE VARIOS DOCUMENTOS, que conducen para su inteligencia y observancia,

      - y mayor ilustración suya, y de las antigüedades de la Orden. En Madrid, en la Imprenta de Sancha, 1791, 14x20, XVI-223 págs. Encuadernación de lujo en tafilete rojo con ruedas doradas en planos y cantos, cortes dorados, cinta de registro. (52498).

      [Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas]
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        REGLA DE LA ORDE DE CABALLERIA DE SANTIAGO

      - REGLA DE LA ORDEN DE CABALLERIA DE SANTIAGO, con Notas sobre algunos de sus Capítulos, y un Apéndice de varios documentos, que conducen para su inteligencia y observancia, y mayor ilustración suya, y de las Antigüedades de la Orden.- En Madrid, En la Imprenta de Sancha, año de MDCCXCI (1791); en 8º mayor pergamino moderno, XVI-223 pp. Buen ejemplar sin desbarbar. Palau nº 253985.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ]
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        CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, ON MONDAY THE SIXTH OF DECEMBER, ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY. AN ACT TO AMEND "AN ACT, FOR ESTABLISHING THE TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT SEAT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES." [caption title].

      [Philadelphia. ]. 1791 - Small folio broadside. Dbd. Near fine. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. "Approved, March the third, 1791." This rare official printing of a law passed by the third session of the First Congress amends the law passed in the second session creating the District of Columbia. It allows the President to adjust the position of the District along the Potomac, and so set its final position. The law allowed Washington to move the district slightly downstream, so as to include Alexandria and "a convenient part of the Eastern Branch." This had the net effect of including more Virginia land, but the act specifies that all public buildings had to stay on the Maryland side. Signed in print by Speaker of the House Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, John Adams, and George Washington. NAIP and OCLC together record four copies, at the American Antiquarian Society, the Massachusetts Historical Society, the New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress. EVANS 23869. NAIP w014409.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        An History of Fungusses, Growing About Halifax. Volume I - Volume III, plus Supplement [Volume IV]

      Halifax: for the Author, 1788 - 1791. - 4to. 4 volumes in one [complete]. 4to. pp. engraved title, xvi, 44, [2]; [xvii] - xxxii, [45] - 92, [2, xxxiii - xxxiv]; [xxv] - xxxii, [4], 93 - 138; xxxiii - xlii, 139 - 182, [12, index generalis]: 182 sepia plates. Nineteenth century half calf, one outer joint a little split but an excellent sound copy. There exist coloured copies, which according to Boyne are on the best Royal paper, the uncoloured copies being on inferior paper. However this copy is on quality laid paper and has wide margins [page size 11 x 8 inches] leading me to believe that this is one of the better copies which remained uncoloured. Complete copies are uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Michael S. Kemp, Bookseller]
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        Scriptores Logarithmici; or, A Collection of Several Tracts on the Nature and Construction of Logarithms mentioned in Dr. Huttonís Historical Introduction to his new Edition of Sherwinís Mathematical Tables: together with Some Tracts on the Binomial Theorem and other Subjects connected with the Doctrine of Logarithms.

      - 1st.ed., 6 vols., 4to., title + xix + 1 (errata) + cxxi + 383pp.; x + 2 + 591pp., 1 folding plate; title + cviii + (2) + 791pp.; 1 + (i) + 700pp., 2 folding plates; 1 + (i) + clvi + 866pp., 1 engraved plate; lxxxiv + 958pp., half-titles in all volumes except vol.3, heavy spotting in most volumes but a good set attractively bound in pale blue boards, vellum-coloured paper spines with printed labels. London, for B.White (Vols.1-3), J.White (Vols.4-6), 1791-1807. Complete sets of this massive work are rare. ëPerhaps the many publications with which he strove to bring mathematics to a much wider audience were the most notable aspect of Maseresí legacy. Some were original works of distinguished mathematicians. of the reprints that Maseres made at his own expense, the most significant is the Scriptores Logarithmici (1791-1807), six volumes devoted to the subject of logarithms, including the works of Kepler, Napier, Snellius, and others, interspersed with original tracts on related subjectsí. (D.S.B.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        System einer vollständigen medicinischen Polizey.

      im Verlag der Segelischen Buchdruckerey und Buchhandlung., Frankenthal, 1791 - Band 1-13 (von 15) in 13 Bänden. Frankenthal, im Verlag der Segelischen Buchdruckerey und Buchhandlung. 1791-1794. 8°. Einheitliche Halblederbände der Zeit mit zwei verschiedenfarbenen Rückenschildern und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Garrison-Morton 1599 . - Blake 159. - Hirsch 2, 426. - Nachdruck der 2. Auflage in Mannheim von 1784, mit einem zusätzlichen Vorwort. Erschien erstmals 1777-1784 in 4 Bänden. Die vorliegende Ausgabe wurde in der Reihe "Sammlung der besten medicinischen und chirurgischen Schriften Band 40-50 und 55-56 veröffentlicht. Vorliegendes Exemplar ohne die Reihentitel. Die fehlenden von G.C.G. Voigt herausgegebenen Bände 14 und 15 der Reihe erschienen erst 1814. Sie entsprechen dem 5. Band der Originalausgabe bei Cotta, dem bis 1827 noch ein 6. Band in 3 Teilen folgte. - Unter dem Begriff der "Medicinischen Polizei" versteht der Verfasser den allgemeinen Begriff der öffentlichen Gesundheitspflege, der Hygiene und der Prävention, Themen, die er erstmals von der gerichtlichen Medizin trennte. "Gehört an Umfang und Inhalt zu den bedeutensten derartigen Werken, die je erschienen; es ist die Grundlage für alle künftigen Arbeiten auf diesem Gebiete geworden." (Hirsch). Franks Werk entspricht in ihrer Themenvielfalt einer umfassenden Sittendarstellung seiner Zeit und gilt neben dem von Karl Philipp Moritz 1783-1793 herausgegebenen "Gnothi Sauton oder Magazin zur Erfahrungsseelenkunde" als eine der wichtigsten Quellen für einen erweiterten Begriff des Gesundheitswesens. - Band 1: Einleitung zur medicinischen Policey, den Zeugungstrieb, das Coelibat. - Band 2: Von frühen, späten und ungleichen, ungesunden Ehen, der freien Ehewahl, der öffentlichen physischen Bildung erwachsener Töchter in den Pflichten des Ehestandes. - Band 3: Von Fortpflanzung der Menschen und Ehe-Anstalten, von Erhaltung und Pflege schwangerer Mütter, ihrer Lebensfrucht und der Kind-Betterinnen. - Band 4-6: Von der aussereheligen Zeugung, dem geflissentlichen Missgebähren und andern Misshandlungen der uneheligen Kindern. - Band 7-9: Von Speise, Trank und Gefässen. Von Mässigkeitsgesetzen ungesunder Kleidertracht, Volksergötzulichkeiten. Von Bauart und Reinlichkeit menschlicher Wohnung. - Band 10-13: Von Sicherheits-Anstalten, in so weit sie das Gesundheitswesen angehen. - Papier stellenweise leicht gebräunt und schwach stockfleckig. Einbände schwach berieben. - Dekorativ gebunden. Sprache: N Einheitliche Halblederbände der Zeit mit zwei verschiedenfarbenen Rückenschildern und etwas Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        System der Natur, oder von den Gesetzen der Physischen und Moralischen Welt

      s.e., Frankfurt und Leipzig 1791 - in 16°, mezza pelle, in due volumi, bruniture al testo. Zwente auflage. Seconda edizione. Titoli in oro su tassello al dorso. Piccoli segni di tarlo alle cerniere.primo volume: pp. XVIII-404-(2).secondo volume: pp. 444-(4).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Borgolungo]
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        The Practice of Cookery, Pastry, Pickling, Preserving, &c containing Figures of Dinners from Five to Nineteen Dishes and A Full List of Supper Dishes: Also, a List of Things in Season, for Every Month in the Year, and the Directions for choosing Provisions; With Two Plates, showing the Method of placing Dishes upon a Table, and the Manner of Trussing Poultry, &c.

      First Dublin Edition Printed for Messrs. R. Cross G. Burnet P. Wogan J. Moore W. Jones J. Rice and R. McAllister OXFORD 'English Cookery Books to 1850' pp. 120. Only six copies recorded in ESTC N12237 1791 - 2 engraved plates; xvi+248pp; some off-setting on title, slight marking to a few leaves. 12mo contemp. full tree calf, red leather spine label, corners bumped, slight wear on extremities, This scarce Dublin edition was published in the same year as the first edition in Edinburgh. It is one of very few cookery book published in Ireland in the 18th century. According to Oxford, this book is based on Mrs Maciver's 'Cookery and Pastry' first published in 1773. Mrs Frazer is described on the title of the Edinburgh edition as 'Sole Teacher of these Arts in Edinburgh, Several years Colleague, and afterwards Successor to Mrs MÕiver deceased'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ENCYCLOPEDIANA, OU DICTIONNAIRE ENCYCLOPEDIQUE DES ANA.

      - Paris, Panckoucke, 1791. 21,5x28 cm. 963 pages. Texte sur deux colonnes. Papier non ébarbé. Reliure tardive en plein parchemin à rabats. Dos à 5 faux nerfs. Titre sur pièce de maroquin bordeau. Quelques petites rousseurs sans gravité, sinon ouvrage en excellent état.

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        Obras de eloqüencia y poesía premiadas por la Real Universidad de México en el certamen literario que celebró el dia 28 de diciembre de 1790. Con motivo de la exaltacion al trono de nuestro católico monarca el Sr. D. Cárlos IIII. Rey de España y de la Indias.

      Por Don Feilipe de Zúñiga y Ontiveros, México 1791 - [4], xxii, 12, [2], 15, [2], 17, [2], 27, [2], 6, [2], 8, [2], 9, [2], 10, [2], 7, [2], 9, [2], 5, [2], 4, [2], 7, 8, [1] pp. Sm. 8vo. Early quarter calf over marbled boards. Hardback. Dedication signed: Dr. Gregorio Omaña y Sotomayor. Rector. Each commemorative article paged separately, with special half-title. Fourteen odes for Charles IV, King of Spain: [Dedicatoria al Rey]. [Explicacion]. Oratio pro certamen litterario mexicanae. Academiae in proclamatione Caroli quarti. a Francisco de Castro Zambrano. Oratio in laudem Caroli quarti. auctore Doctore Foeliciano Paulo Mendivil et Sanchez. Elogio del Señor Carlos quarto. su autor el Br. D. Joseph Manuel Sartorio. Elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor Don Joseph de Ayarzagoitia. Canto en elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor el Br. D. Manuel Gomez y Marin. Canto en elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor Don Manuel Calderon de la Barca. Romance endecasílabo en elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor el Sr. Don Rafael Amar. Romance endecasilavo en elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor el Br. Don Juan Bermudez. Romance endecasilabo. En elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor el Br. Don Joseph Mariano de Castro. Romance endecasílabo. En elogio de Carlos quarto. Por D. Joseph Eduardo de Cárdenas. Rapto poetico en que se bosqueja el regocijo de México en la proclamacion de. Carlos quarto, Su autor el Dr. D. Juan Francisco de Castañiza. Oda Safico-adónica en elogio de Carlos quarto. su autor el Br. D. Manuel Gomez y Marin. Oda que para dár principio á un nuevo certamen de amor compuso una colegiala del Real Colegio de niñas de S. Ignacio de Loyola de esta ciudad de Mexico. Soneto del Sr. Dr. D. Juan Joseph Gamboa. Soneto de Doña Clementa Vicenta Gutierrez del Mazo y Velarde. Lyras por el autor de la oracion castellana. Epigramma por el autor de la primera Oracion latina. Epigramma por el Br. D. Manuel Gutierrez de Huesca. Sabin 57264. Palau 197919. Medina: Imp. Mexico VI: p. 594. Salva 2360. Heredia 6434. Ramírez: Bibliotheca mexicana 600. Boards worn with loss on rear else a very good copy, small paper label on spine, closed tear on title, light foxing on front endpapers; contents quite clean and binding tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        CORONICA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA, que recopilaba el Maestro. coronista del Rey nuestro Señor Don Felipe II.

      Benito Cano, Madrid 1791 - 8 Vols. 21'5x15. Retr. grab. de Campomanes, 2h, 60p, XXIVp, 459p = 632p = XVIp, retr. grab. de Ambrosio de Morales, 72p, LXIVp, 407p = 700p = 616p = 2h, 446p = XXXIIp, 432p = 519p. Hol. puntas, dorados en lomo, cortes pintados. "- Palau nº 198386. A veces se añade "Las antigüedades de las ciudades de España." de Ambrosio de Morales." 1791

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        CORONICA GENERAL DE ESPAÑA, QUE RECOPILABA EL MAESTRO.Coronista del Rey nuestro Señor don Felipe II.

      - Madrid, Benito Cano, 1791-1792, 17x23, 10 vols.: Retrato grabado al cobre por Ximeno del Conde de Campomanes en tomo I, y retrato de Ambrosio de Morales, continuador de la obra en tomo III. Capitulares y viñetas calcográficas de Carnicero grabadas por Palomino. 500 págs. aprox. cada tomo. El tomo III tiene distinta encuadernación (piel de época) y es más corto de márgenes, los otros 9 están encuadernados en media piel actual con doble tejuelo, hierros en lomera, ejemplares con amplios márgenes, en gran papel de hilo, conservando la cubierta en papel de aguas original. A partir del vol IX"Las Antigüedades de las ciudades de España que van nombradas en la Corónica." ( La más completa de las ediciones de la crónica de España, encargada a Ocampo por el Emperador Carlos V. La obra comienza con el relato mítico del origen de España y de los españoles y llega hasta las guerras de Roma y Cartago y la muerte de los Escipiones. A la muerte de Ocampo, el rey Felipe II le encargó a Ambrosio de Morales su continuación). (51810).

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        Autograph letter signed 2pp., to unnamed recipient

      1791. Treat, Malachi, (d. 1793). Autograph letter signed to an unidentified recipient, dated New York, Feb. 16th, 1791. 2pp. 313 x 202 mm. Tears along folds repaired, bottom margin chipped affecting the last line of the first page, moderate toning. Typed transcript accompanies. <p>Treat served as physician-general in the Northern Division of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War (a letter from General Washington to Treat, dated January 19, 1779, is on file at the University of Virginia Library&#39;s Electronic Text Center). After the war he served as New York City&#39;s health officer, and was involved in setting up the New York Hospital (the second hospital in the U. S.) in the early 1790s. He died in the yellow fever epidemic of 1793. His letter is full of sage advice to an acquaintance who was apparently studying the law:</p><p>. . . it becomes you to be very oeconomical, for yr Expenses already have exceeded yr Proportion of the Estate. Spend no money but what is absolutely necessary, frequent no Taverns, nor play at any Game of Hazard by which yr Mind may get debauched, or detach from yr present Pursuit-prosecute yr Studies with diligence, and Love. . . .</p><p>Packard, Hist. Med. U.S., pp. 144, 237, 559. </p>

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        Yamato Meisho Zue [trans.: A Guide to Notable Sites of the Area around Nara, the Ancient Capital].

      - 186 woodcut full-page illus. (of which 168 are double-page). Six vols. in seven. 8vo, orig. wrappers, orig. block printed title label on each upper cover (frayed), new stitching. Osaka: 1791. First edition of this richly illustrated travel guide to Nara, one in a series of similar guides to various parts of ancient Japan written by Akisato (fl. 1780-1814). He was the first to write detailed accounts of early Japan. He travelled with his artists throughout the country in order to accurately record the landmarks; his books were immediate best sellers. The illustrations are by Takehara Shunchôsai (d. 1800), one of the leading illustrators of the period, accompanied by Haiku poems with explanations in both Chinese and Japanese. This work describes the notable landmarks of Nara, the ancient capital of Japan before Kyoto and Tokyo. Not only are the most important temples, gardens, landscapes (in numerous and marvelous bird&#146;s eye views), and archeological remains portrayed in this finely illustrated set, scenes of daily life are also shown, including planting and harvesting crops, hunting and fishing, housekeeping, rituals and celebrations, bathing, etc., etc. Nara has always been famous for its deer population. There is a wonderful double-page illustration of men at a "café" throwing rice crackers to the nearby deer. This practice continues today. Shunchôsai draws landscapes in a realistic way. His illustrations are not only meticulously executed and aesthetically appealing but are also full of detailed and accurate information. This is an invaluable record of ancient Nara as many of the landmarks no longer exist. Very good state. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire raisonné universel d'Histoire Naturelle. 15 volumes.

      A Lyon, chez Bruyset Frères 1791 - Contenant l'Histoire des Animaux, des Végétaux et des Minéraux, et celle des Corps célestes, des Météores, et des autres principaux Phénomènes de la Nature. Avec l'Histoire des Trois Règnes, et le détail des usages de leurs productions dans la Médecine, dans l'Economie domestique et champêtre, et dans les Arts et Métiers. Et une Table concordante des Noms Latins, etc. et le renvoi aux objets mentionnés dans cet Ouvrage. Par M. Valmont-Bomare. Quatrième édition, revue et considérablement augmentée par l'Auteur. A Lyon, chez Bruyset Frères - 1791. Frontispice biblique présentant le paradis terrestre, gravé sur cuivre. Edition la plus complète en 15 volumes, les précédentes n'en comptant que 9. Célèbre dictionnaire paru tout d'abord en 1754 que l'on doit à un naturaliste et voyageur de qualité. Jacques-Christophe Valmont de Bomare (1731-1807). Reliure plein veau blond raciné de l'époque. Dos lisse orné et doré avec pièces de titre et de tomaison rouges. Roulette intérieur et chaînette en encadrement des plats, dorées. Tranches dorées. Quelques épidermures. Rares rousseurs. Très bon état. Format in-8°(21x14). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Droits de L&#39;Homme; en Reponse a L&#39;Attaque de M. Burke Sur la Révolution Françoise [with] Droits de L&#39;Homme, Second Partie, Réunissant les Principes et la Pratique

      Paris: Buisson, 1791. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes bound in one in contemporary mottled calf; worn, leather chipped at the head of the spine, scattered mild foxing, small stain to first title. Complete with the half titles, reuniting the two parts of Paine&#39;s treatise on democracy and revolution that were published a year apart. There are two editions dated May 1791 on the title page with no clear priority between them. The first part was translated from the original English edition that was almost immediately edited and softened. Paine was a star in France, an enlightenment philosopher of the first order, and a frequent guest along with the likes of Franklin, Jefferson and Adam Smith at the salon at the Hôtel de la Monnaie.& & "The government tried to suppress it, but it circulated more briskly...Rights of Man can be seen for what it is: the textbook of radical thought and the clearest of all expositions of the basic principles of democracy." (Printing and the Mind of Man)& & xii, 227pp; iv, 16, 224pp. Howe P-31 and 32 (The English ed.), PMM 241 (the English ed.). Size: Octavo (8vo). Previous owner&#39;s book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; History. Inventory No: 045038.

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        Le Sens-Commun. Ouvrage adressé aux Américains, et dans lequel on traite de l'origine et de l'objet du gouvernement, de la Constitution Angloise, de la Monarchie héréditaire et de la situation de l'Amérique Septentrionale. Traduit de l'Anglais.

      A Paris, chez Gueffier 1791 - in-8, [2]-IV-113 pp., broché, couv. muette rose de l'époque.Dos fendillé, rousseurs. Première édition française. Common Sense fit l'objet d'une bombe à sa publication en Pennsylvanie en 1775 : citoyen anglais, Thomas Paine attaque de front le Cabinet royal britannique, et, à travers celui-ci, le principe monarchique. Il élabore dans cet ouvrage la théorie qui servira de fondement à la Révolution américaine. En avril 1776, Washington, commandant en chef de l'armée des Insurgents, souligne que "Common Sense opére dans les esprits un changement merveilleux". Affirmant d'autre part que "la cause des Américains est, dans une grande mesure, la cause de toute l'humanité", il est logique que la Révolution française se soit appropriée Thomas Paine, qui lui-même s'investira dans cette nouvelle aventure.

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        Le Sens-Commun. Ouvrage Adressé aux Américains, et dans lequel on traite de l&#146;origine et de l&#146;objet du Governement, de la Constitution Angloise, de la Monarchie heréditaire, et de la situation de l&#146;Amérique Septentrionale. Traduit de l&#146;Anglois de

      Paris: Chez Gueffier, 1791. . First Paris edition, 8vo, (ii), iv, 113, (1) pp. Some foxing, small hole to margin of the final two leaves. Contemporary half roan, marbled sides, some light wear. Paine&#146;s first major work, originally published in Philadelphia at the beginning of 1776 and first translated into French in the same year. Attacking the Monarchy and government by the English, he proposes a Congress of &#147;at least 390 [members]&#148; to choose a President and points out the notional strength of America compared to European powers. &#147;...the independency of America should have been considered as dating its era from... the first musket that was fired against her. This line is a line of consistency; neither drawn by caprice, nor extended by ambition; but produced by a chain of events, of which the colonies were not the authors.&#148; Gimbel p57. Sabin 58217.

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        COMPENDIUM SALMANTICENSE in duos tomos distributum Universiae Theologiae Moralis.

      Benedictum Cosculluela, Pompelonae 1791 - 2 vols. fol. XXp, 600p (falta pág. 81-82, suplida con hoja manuscrita época) = 6h, 579p. Hol. det, cortes pintados. 1791

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        Rapport sur l'instruction publique fait au nom du comité de constitution à l'Assemblée Nationale, les 10, 11 et 19 septembre 1791.

      Paris, Baudouin et Du Pont, député de Nemours 1791 - in-4, (4)-216 pp., demi-veau bleu, dos à nerfs, filets dorés (rel. du XIXe). Manque les 9 tableaux. Édition in-4 recherchée. "Dans ce beau plan mal écrit, on a souvent puisé à pleines mains, sans le citer, et plusieurs des idées de Talleyrand sont passés dans notre législation pédagogique, revêtues d'autres formules, mais parfaitement reconnaissables pour quiconque a lu ces pages animées du véritable esprit de 1789" (F.-A. Aulard).

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        L'AMITÉ AUX MÂNES DU CHER THOMAS MAUDUIT, COLONEL DU RÉGIMENT DU PORT-AU- PRINCE DANS L'ISLE DE ST. DOMINGUE.

      [Np, probably London. 1791]. - Aquatint portrait, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches. Near fine. Thomas Mauduit du Plessis (1752-91), veteran officer of the American Revolution, was sent to Haiti in 1787 and put in command of a regiment in Port au Prince. He vehemently opposed the French Revolution and emancipation. Joining forces with the Governor, he raised a volunteer regiment of Royalists, dissolved the Assembly, and suppressed proclamations sent from Revolutionary Paris. His actions resulted in an uprising, and he was assassinated by his own men. This print shows him in his military dress from the waist up, wearing his Society of the Cincinnati Eagle and his Ordre de St. Louis; an inset below his portrait shows a slave bemoaning his new freedom. The print was undoubtedly printed in London or some other center where refugees of the French and St. Domingue revolutions congregated in the early 1790s.

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        Den Marokanske Kajser Mohamed Ben Abddallah's Historie.

      . Kbhvn.: Nicolaus Möller 1791. (24) + 334 + (16) s. Samt. marmoreret helskindsbind, rigt forgyldt ryg (lidt slidt) med ejeretiket "J.K.H.", permer med forgyldte bordurer, forperm med forgyldt vabenstempel, tresidet guldsnit. Trykt pa svaert skrivepapir. Samt. gaveinskription pa forsatspapir og naesten bortraderet navn pa titelbl. * Bibl. Dan. II, 558. Georg Höst (1734-94), statsrad og historiker. Han var kommissaer i Marokko fra 1760 for det danske afrikanske kompagni indtil dets oplösning i 1768. I Marokko laerte han sig arabisk og kendte kejseren personligt. Hans hovedvaerk er "Efterretninger om Marokko og Fez..." som udkom i 1779..

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        A Display of the United States of America

      New Haven - Stipple and line engraving with original hand-coloring. Circa 1791, State # 3. Aging of paper and scattered loss in image and along the bottom legend. Overall a good example. Sheet size: 22 x 18". Inventory#: p427pmat. Perhaps the most important and certainly the rarest of all Washington imprints. Doolittle's work celebrates George Washington's indispensable role in the formation and future success of our nation's federal government. A chain of state seals connected by the Great Seal of the United States encircles Washington, and corresponds to his belief that "our Assemblies in Politics are to be compared to the Wheels of a Clock.if all will do their parts the Machine works easy; but a failure in one disorders the whole, and without the large one.nothing can be done." Engraved in 1788, the plate was altered over the course of eight years with various bibliographic as well as updated versions of the Washington portrait. This third state example shows Washington in full military dress with the arms of Vermont added along with a blank shield on the lower left side. Doolittle played a key role during the American colonies' war for independence and the early years of the new nation. An enterprising printer and engraver in New Haven, Connecticut, he exploited the commercial potential of George Washington's likeness following the 1788 election campaign--the country's first--to create one of the earliest American presidential political prints. Of exceptional size, this work represents a significant achievement in American popular printmaking and marked George Washington's passage from military command to civilian rule. 0

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        Den öma modren.

      [ENGLISH: Original engraving by Per Floding (1731-1791) after J. Blanchard (1600-1638). Please enquire for a description in English.] - Ny ram, förgylld med bladguld. Syrafri passepartout. Kopparstick och etsning. Signerad och daterad i plåten under bilden: "Peint à Paris par J. Blanchard 1637 / Gravé à Stockholm par P. Floding 1766". Med graverad dedikation till ständerna. 34,6 × 38 cm. (Bladet 37 × 43,3 cm.) Litteratur: E. & C. Hultmark & C. D. Moselius, Svenska kopparstickare och etsare 1500-1944 (1944), s. 103. | C. U. Palm, "Per Gustaf Floding och hans konstnärskap", Meddelanden från Föreningen för grafisk konst, 3 (1896), kat. nr 13, état 3. Floding "ägnade allt sitt livliga ingenium åt att försöka frampressa större bidrag från ständerna och uppvaktade flitigt sina gynnare med dedicerade blad" (Sven Sandström i Svenskt Konstnärslexikon, 2 (1953), s. 207). Vid sin hemkomst till Stockholm från Paris 1764 kunde han inte finna någon lämplig målning att återge i gravyr, och valde därför som förlaga ett konstverk han medfört från Frankrike. Den öma modren är ett av Flodings bästa arbeten efter hemkomsten, daterat samma år som han gick segrande ur den bittra striden mot Jacob Gillberg om ledningen för en nyinrättad gravyrskola. Originalplåten finns i Nationalmuseum och tillhörde tidigare Chr. Hammers samling.

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        DISCOVERIES OF THE FRENCH IN 1768 AND 1769, TO THE SOUTH- EAST OF NEW GUINEA, WITH THE SUBSEQUENT VISITS TO THE SAME LANDS BY ENGLISH NAVIGATORS, WHO GAVE THEM NEW NAMES. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, AN HISTORICAL ABRIDGEMENT OF THE VOYAGES AND DISCOVERIES OF THE SPANIARDS IN THE SAME SEAS.

      London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1791. - xxiv,323,[1]pp., plus nine folding maps, two folding views, and a folding plate. Lacks the half title. Quarto. Modern three-quarter speckled calf and marbled boards, spine richly gilt, gilt morocco label. Offsetting from the maps, some slight tanning, but a handsome, very good copy. First English edition, following the French edition of the previous year. Writing during a period of intense international rivalry over discoveries in the Pacific, Fleurieu (a French politician and scientist) promotes the discoveries of Bougainville and Jean de Surville at the expense of British claims, though he does acknowledge some of Captain Cook's discoveries. To bolster his claims for the French, Fleurieu uses unpublished manuscripts, as well as the printed accounts of several Spanish and British navigators. An appendix prints Buache's "Extract from a memoir concerning the existence and situation of Solomon's Islands." The twelve folding maps and plates relate to New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. "The maps are interesting, since they were based both on actual discoveries and on Fleurieu's theories. When d'Entrecasteaux returned from his fruitless search for La Perouse, he confirmed that Fleurieu's theories appeared to be generally correct" - Hill. HILL 611. BEDDIE 1302. FERGUSON 105. SABIN 24749. COX II:304.

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        Discoveries of the French in 1768 and 1769, to the South-East of New Guinea, with the Subsequent Visits to the Same Lands by English Navigators, who Gave Them New Names. To which Is Prefixed, an Historical Abridgement of the Voyages and Discoveries of the Spaniards in the Same Seas

      Printed for John Stockdale, London 1791 - Twentieth-century half brown calf over patterned paper covered boards, spine with raised bands, black morocco lettering piece in the second compartment, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt Provenance: J. T. Sureune (signature dated 1837 on endpaper); Thomas Gill (bookplate on the front pastedown) First English edition, following the French edition of the previous year. Writing during a period of intense international rivalry over discoveries in the Pacific, Fleurieu (a French politician and scientist) promotes the discoveries of Bougainville and Jean de Surville at the expense of British claims, though he does acknowledge some of Captain Cook's discoveries. To bolster his claims for the French, Fleurieu uses unpublished manuscripts, as well as the printed accounts of several Spanish and British navigators. An appendix prints Buache's "Extract from a memoir concerning the existence and situation of Solomon's Islands." The twelve folding maps and plates relate to New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. "The maps are interesting, since they were based both on actual discoveries and on Fleurieu's theories. When d'Entrecasteaux returned from his fruitless search for La Perouse, he confirmed that Fleurieu's theories appeared to be generally correct" (Hill). Hill 611; Beddie 1302; Ferguson 105; Sabin 24749; Cox II:304. (10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches). xxiv,323,[1]pp. Half-title. 12 engraved folding maps and plates (9 maps, 2 views, and a plate). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DISCOVERIES OF THE FRENCH IN 1768 AND 1769, TO THE SOUTH- EAST OF NEW GUINEA, WITH THE SUBSEQUENT VISITS TO THE SAME LANDS BY ENGLISH NAVIGATORS, WHO GAVE THEM NEW NAMES. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, AN HISTORICAL ABRIDGEMENT OF THE VOYAGES AND DISCOVERIES OF THE SPANIARDS IN THE SAME SEAS.

      London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1791. - xxiv,323,[1]pp. plus nine folding maps, two folding views, and a folding plate. Quarto. 20th-century three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather label. Bookplate on front pastedown, earlier ownership inscription on front flyleaf. Canceled library stamp on titlepage. Very minor foxing and soiling. Very good. First English edition, following the French edition of the previous year. Writing during a period of intense international rivalry over discoveries in the Pacific, Fleurieu (a French politician and scientist) promotes the discoveries of Bougainville and Jean de Surville at the expense of British claims, though he does acknowledge some of Captain Cook's discoveries. To bolster his claims for the French, Fleurieu uses unpublished manuscripts, as well as the printed accounts of several Spanish and British navigators. An appendix prints Buache's "Extract from a memoir concerning the existence and situation of Solomon's Islands." The twelve folding maps and plates relate to New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. "The maps are interesting, since they were based both on actual discoveries and on Fleurieu's theories. When d'Entrecasteaux returned from his fruitless search for La Perouse, he confirmed that Fleurieu's theories appeared to be generally correct" - Hill. HILL 611. BEDDIE 1302. FERGUSON 105. SABIN 24749. COX II:304.

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        'Die Grafschaft Mark gezeichnet von Friederich Christoph Müller Prediger zu Schwelm und Mitglied der Kön. Preuss. Academie der Wissenschaften herausgegeben von P.F. Weddigen 1791. - Frentzel Sc.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Frentzel n. Friedrich Christoph Müller b. Peter Florenz Weddigen, dat. 1791, 47,5 x 53,5. Hostert, Karte 46; WP 79/4/394. - Seltene Karte der Grafschaft Mark in dem Gebiet Lippstadt, Essen, Bergneustadt und Balve. - Mittig Lüdenscheid, Altena und Unna. - Die Karte eingeteilt in Amt Bochum, Hochgericht Schwelm, Hochgericht Lüdenscheid, Amt Iserlohn, Amta Unna, Soester Boerde, Grafschaft Dortmund, Amt Camen (Kamen), Gericht Hagen, Amt Breckerfeld, Amt Blankenstein, Gericht Castrop, Grafschaft Limburg, Amt Neuenrade, Amt Plettenberg, Gericht Meinerzhagen, Amt Neustadt, Amt Hamm, Gericht Hemern, Amt Altena u.a. - Unten rechts Gesamtansicht von Altena (11,5 x 21,5 cm); darüber Titelkartusche mit Adler. - Unten links Anmerkungen. - Oben links Richtungszeiger. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Thirteen Sermons to Seamen; Preached on Board of His Majesty&#146;s Ship, Leander, in the Bay of Gibraltar,

      London: printed for J. Deighton 1791 - Sole edition. 8vo. lvi, 3-269, (1) pp. Recent half brown calf over marbled boards, spine with raised bands, old gilt lettered red label, blindstamped decoration to compartments, near contemporary ownership inscription to verso of title page. Frontispiece portrait. Brown stain to one of the preliminary leaves, otherwise a very good copy. Uncommon, as well as the British Library copy, there are only two listed on ESTC: Trinity College, Cambridge and UCLA. WorldCat indicates two further institutional copies in the US. This example collates as per the BL and Trinity College copies.

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        Autograph letter signed 2pp., to unnamed recipient.

      1791 - Treat, Malachi, (d. 1793). Autograph letter signed to an unidentified recipient, dated New York, Feb. 16th, 1791. 2pp. 313 x 202 mm. Tears along folds repaired, bottom margin chipped affecting the last line of the first page, moderate toning. Typed transcript accompanies. Treat served as physician-general in the Northern Division of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War (a letter from General Washington to Treat, dated January 19, 1779, is on file at the University of Virginia Library's Electronic Text Center). After the war he served as New York City's health officer, and was involved in setting up the New York Hospital (the second hospital in the U. S.) in the early 1790s. He died in the yellow fever epidemic of 1793. His letter is full of sage advice to an acquaintance who was apparently studying the law:. . . it becomes you to be very oeconomical, for yr Expenses already have exceeded yr Proportion of the Estate. Spend no money but what is absolutely necessary, frequent no Taverns, nor play at any Game of Hazard by which yr Mind may get debauched, or detach from yr present Pursuit-prosecute yr Studies with diligence, and Love. . . .Packard, Hist. Med. U.S., pp. 144, 237, 559. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Recopilacion de leyes de los reynos de las Indias, mandadas a imprimir y publicar por la Magestad Catolica del Rey Don Carlos II. Nuestro señor. Tomo III.

      Viuda de D. Joaquin Ibarra - Madrid 1791 - Tomo III. Este tomo contiene el indice general y el indice especial de los titulos que contiene. Quarta impresion hecha de orden del Real y Supremo Consejo de las Indias. Encuadernado en pleno cuero de epoca con tejuelo bordeaux en el lomo. Cantos pintados. 562 + 262 paginas. 30,5x21 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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