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        Istoria del Concilio di Trento Scritta

      - Faenza - Nella Stamperia di Gioseffantonio Archi, 1792 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A complete collection of 'Istoria del Concilio di Trento Scritta' or 'The History of the Council of Trent' by Padre Sforza Pallavicino. Pietro Sforza Pallavicino (or Pallavicini) (1607, Rome - June 5, 1667, Rome), was an Italian cardinal and historian. Having taken holy orders in 1630, and joined the Society of Jesus in 1638, he successively taught philosophy and theology in the Collegium Romanum. These texts follow the history of the Council of Trent, a highly significant 16th-century Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church. It is considered to be one of the Church's most important councils. It convened in Trent (then capital of the Prince-Bishopric of Trent of the Holy Roman Empire, in Italy) between December 13, 1545, and December 4, 1563 in twenty-five sessions for three periods. The council issued condemnations on what it defined as Protestant heresies and defined Church teachings in the areas of Scripture and Tradition, Original Sin, Justification, Sacraments, the Eucharist in Holy Mass and the veneration of saints. It issued numerous reform decrees. By specifying Catholic doctrine on salvation, the sacraments, and the Biblical canon, the Council was answering Protestant disputes. The Council of Trent, delayed and interrupted several times because of political or religious disagreements, was a major reform council and the most impressive embodiment of the ideals of the Counter-Reformation. It would be over 300 years until the next Ecumenical Council. When announcing Vatican II, Pope John XXIII stated that the precepts of the Council of Trent continue to the modern day, a position that was reaffirmed by Pope Paul VI. Includes a bookplate from the monastic library of St Augustine's Abbey in Ramsgate. In Italian. Condition: In half vellum bindings with marbled boards. Externally, sound with slight rubbing and marks and rubbing to the boards. A dent has been left to the board of Volume IV. The spines are generally smart with just a few marks and some institutional labels to the lowerhalf of the margin. The spine labels to Volume III and IV are slightly worn. Internally, firmly bound, generally bright and clean with spotting throughout. Some water stains to the Volume IV (from half title to page 203) andtidemarks to the margin of the first volume (pages i to xcviii). Institutional inkstamps to the title page of each volume and institutional labels to the front pastedown. Arepair and some small closed tears have been left to the half title of volume IV. Overall Condition: VERY GOOD..

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        Plan of the City of Washington

      Philadelphia: Thackara & Vallance, 1792 [but later impression printed on 19th century wove paper]. Engraved map by Thackara & Vallance. 21 3/4 x 29 inches. A fine copy of the first of "official" plan of Washington, D.C. First published in November 1792, this plan is the fifth recorded engraving of the L'Enfant/Ellicott city plan, three of the four earlier engravings were issued in periodicals, making the present large scale work only the second separately issued engraving of the planned lay-out of Washington. The first appearance of the plan (also engraved by Thackara & Vallance) was in March 1792, when it was produced to illustrate an article "Description of the City of Washington, in the territory of Columbia, ceded by the States of Virginia and Maryland to the United States, by them established as the Seat of their Government after the year 1800" which was included in the March issue (pp.155-156) of the periodical The Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine (Philadelphia: William Young, March 1792). The first folio separately issued plan was engraved by Samuel Hill: it does not include the soundings in the Potomac that are included in the present map. The national capital city, as depicted in the present plan, is laid out according to a plan originally proposed by Pierre Charles L'Enfant (1754-1825) and modified by Andrew Ellicott (1754-1820). L'Enfant "was born in Paris where he trained to be an architect. He came to America in 1777, and served George Washington as an engineer during the Revolutionary War. In 1791 President Washington asked L'Enfant to design the new capitol city in the District of Columbia. L'Enfant designed a city similar in layout to the then French capitol city of Versailles ... The Commissioners of the City of Washington wanted to have a printed copy of the plan when they began to sell building lots. L'Enfant irritated them by working slowly and releasing only sketchy plans . On instruction from President Washington, Thomas Jefferson on February 27, 1792 wrote a letter to L'Enfant dismissing him as city planner." (Washington Map Society, online). Ellicott " trained to be a mathematician and surveyor. He conducted several large surveys with David Rittenhouse, the Philadelphia astronomer, mathematician, and clockmaker. President Washington in 1791 asked Ellicott to survey the bounds of the District of Columbia. The following year Washington asked him to complete L'Enfant's plan for the city. Ellicott made some changes to L'Enfant's plan. He changed the alignment of Massachusetts Avenue, eliminated five short radial avenues, added two short radial avenues southeast and southwest of the Capitol, and named the city streets... A few months later Ellicott, like L'Enfant, found himself at odds with the Commissioners and resigned from the project." "The authority to establish a federal capital was provided in Article One, Section 8, of the United States Constitution, which permits a 'District (not exceeding ten miles square) as may, by cession of particular states, and the acceptance of Congress, become the seat of the government of the United States'. James Madison explained the need for a federal district on January 23, 1788 in the Federalist No. 43, arguing that the national capital needed to be distinct from the states, in order to provide for its own maintenance and safety ...The Constitution, however, does not specify a location for the new capital. In what later became known as the Compromise of 1790, Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson came to an agreement that the federal government would assume war debt carried by the states, on the condition that the new national capital would be located in the South. On July 16, 1790, the Residence Act provided for a new permanent capital to be located on the Potomac River, the exact area to be selected by President Washington... Both Maryland and Virginia ceded portions of their territory to form the new capital. A new 'federal city' was constructed on the north bank of the Potomac ... On September 9, 1791, the federal city was named in honor of George Washington and the district was named the Territory of Columbia... Congress held its first session in Washington on November 17, 1800." (Wikipedia) James Thackara (1767-1848) "was curator for the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts from 1816 to 1828, and he is listed as an engraver in the Philadelphia City Directories from 1791 to 1833. His partnership with John Vallance [1770-1823] is listed in the 1794 City Directory. He and his son William formed the firm of Thackara and Son in 1832. Thackara was elected Commissioner of the District of Southwark Philadelphia in 1797, and served as clerk of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 1807 to 1810". Burr The Federal City Depicted pp.69-70; Evans 24296; Stauffer II, 3153; Streeter Americana-Beginnings pp.35-36; Wheat & Brun 531; Reps, Washington on View p. 38

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        Noticias americanas: entretenimientos físico-históricos sobre la América Meridional, y la Septentrional oriental: comparacion general de los territorios, climas y producciones en las tres especies vegetal, animal y mineral; con una relacion particular de los Indios de aquellos paises, sus costumbres y usos, de las petrificaciones de cuerpos marinos, y de las antigüedades. Con un discurso sobre el idioma, y conjeturas sobre el modo con que pasáron los primeros pobladores

      Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1792. Second edition. Contemporary marbled sheep, red morocco lettering piece, spine ruled in gilt, marbled endpapers. A very good copy, minor wear to boards and spine, upper fore corner of free end paper and first three leaves with small marginal worn hole. 4to. Most of the Noticias concerns Ulloa's travels in Peru and Ecuador, including geography, antiquities, customs, language, and religion of the Indians, with the final six sections, comprising nearly 100 pages devoted to American Indians. "Ouvrage curieux et fort intéressant," (Le Clerc). Antonio de Ulloa y de la Torre-Girault (1716 -1795) was a colonial administrator, and the first Spanish governor of Louisiana though he was deposed in 1768 after two years, during a Creole revolt. But he is most remembered for his writings and his scientific work especially as an astronomer. The first edition was published two decades earlier, in 1772. Palau 343418. Sabin 36806. Medina BHA 5570. Field 1585. Leclerc 580n. Heredia III: 7894. Salva 3145. Berstain III: p. 207. JCB III: 3567. Goldsmiths'-Kress 10839. Spain & Spanish America I: 689.

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      Paris. 1792.. Two volumes. [4],324; 317pp. Original blue-grey wrappers. Remarkably fresh, beautiful copy in original state. Very fine, untrimmed. In a half morocco and cloth box. The first French edition of the 1787 Federal Constitution, printed with the second French edition of the constitutions of the thirteen states. The original French edition of the state constitutions was inspired by Franklin and appeared in 1783. Franklin was then ambassador to the French Court and had just completed negotiations with Great Britain for the independence of the United States. The work was translated by the Duc de la Rochefoucauld, at Franklin's suggestion, and includes over fifty footnote annotations explicating the text. This edition, publishing the Federal Constitution for the first time, also includes the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and the treaties between the United States and France, the Low Countries, and Sweden. This 1792 edition in two volumes is significant for including the text of the Federal Constitution as well as the Bill of Rights (using the twelve amendments proposed to the First Congress, only ten of which were passed). The date of this edition of the American constitutions is significant, coming in the midst of the French Revolution, and at a point when the French revolutionaries were drafting their own constitution. This edition was probably created to aid in that project. HOWES C716. SABIN 16120.

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        Histoire des ordres religieux et militaires, ainsi que des congregations seculieres de l'un et de l'autre sexe, qui ont ete' etablies jusqu'a' present... nouvelle edition revu et corrigee... a paris, chez louis, 1792.

      Otto volumi di cm. 26, pp. 3.200 ca. complessive. Con 811 belle tavole fuori testo incise in rame (102 + 119 + 121 + 113 + 87 + 100 + 71 + 98). Solida ed elegante legatura del tempo in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con filetti, fregi e titoli in oro. Tagli e piatti marmorizzati. Qualche rada brunitura, minimi segni d'uso, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Si tratta della terza edizione di questa vasta opera apparsa in originale nel 1714-19 e che è considerara come standard per ogni studio storico sugli ordini religiosi. Accanto alla precisa raffigurazione delle divise che distinguono i vari ordini, troviamo un ampio apparato testuale che offre una notevole quantità di notizie storiche sugli stessi. Il frontespizio annuncia 812 tavole, ma la numerazione delle tavole segue l'ordine e il presente esemplare ricalca esattamente il numero delle tavole dell'edizione originale (con l'aggiunta di una tavola non numerata al terzo volume). Altri esemplari censiti non raggiungono apparentemente mai il numero complessivo di 812 tavole. Cfr. Colas 1419 e Lipperhide.

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        Delle historie di spoleti sopplimento di quelle del regno d'italia nella parte, che tocca al ducato spoletino, a' principi di esso, and alla citta' che ne fu' capo. di bernardino de' conti campello. tomo primo.

      Cm 21x15. In pergamena coeva, titolo al dorso. Esemplare con nota di possesso di Fran[cis]cus Passavinus all'occhiello. Unica parte pubblicata, secondo il Ranghiasci Bibliografia storica delle città, e luoghi dello Stato Pontificio, Roma 1792, p. 258, il manoscritto del II tomo era inedito presso il Conte Paolo di Campello. Bernardino Campello nacque a Spoleto il 28 marzo 1594, terzo di dieci figli del conte Solone e di Rotilia Capecio. Si laureò a Perugia il 13 maggio 1615 e dal 1620 fu nomiato tra i Priori di Spoleto, poi nel 1623 divenne auditore della Congregazione dei vescovi e regolari a Roma; l'elezione al soglio pontificio Maffeo Barberini con il nome di Urbano VIII, che lo aveva conosciuto ed apprezzato mentre era vescovo di Spoleto, lo portò ad avere compiti politici e nel 1624 divenne auditore di Mons. Lorenzo Capeggi, nunzio apostolico presso la corte sabauda di Torino e poi lo seguì a quella di Madrid. A questo periodo si deve la Relazione di una Nunziatura in Savoia (1624-1627) scritta quale uditore per il Nunzio Apostolico edita nel 1893 da F. Pagnotti nel quale sono importanti notizie sulle nunziature di Torino e Madrid. Nel 1639, deposto l'abito ecclesiastico, tornò a Spoleto, dove dopo il matrimonio con Vittoria Pagani si dedicò ad un'intensa vita di studio e di ricerche. Morì a Campello 24 marzo 1676. Oltre all' Historie di Spoleti, la sua opera maggiore, fu autore di due tragedie, Albesinda e Gerusalemme cattiva, di un Edipo e di un altro poema epico, La presa del Messico, rimasto incompiuto. Ebbe corrispondenza con il Magliabechi, il Rinuccini, Francesco Redi e Johannes Kepler.

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        The Barrister: Or, Strictures on the Education Proper for the Bar

      . Contemporary calf, quite worn, joints cracked; usable. Printed for Messrs. E. Lynch, R. M'Allister, P. Wogan [etc.], Dublin, 1792.

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        The Constitution of England; Or, an Account of the English Government: In Which It Is Compared, Both with the Republican Form of Government, and the other Monarchies of Europe [etc.]. Cohen 2754 [mis-citing the Evans number, which is Evans 24263]

      Only American edition of a classic treatment of the English constitution and of comparative constitutional law, said to have prompted Bentham's remark that "Our Author [Blackstone] has copied: but Mr. de L'olme has thought". Contemporary mottled sheep, rubbed, joints cracking, yet an appealing copy. Printed by Hodge & Campbell, and Sold at Their . . . Book-Stores, New-York, 1792.

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        [Sammelband of six political pamphlets in English printed 1791-1794.]

      Common Sense: Addressed to the Inhabitants of America [...], London, 1792, 58 p. + The Address and Declaration Respecting the French Revolution [....] Together With A New Letter to Mr Secretary Dundas [...], No place, 1792, 29 + 18 p. + Two Letters to Lord Onslow [...], [London, 1792], 8 p. + Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke´s Attack on the French Revolution., London, J. S. Jordan, 1791. Fifth edition. X + 171 p. + Rights of Man. Part The Second. Combining Principle and Practice. London, J. S. Jordan, 1792. Seventh edition. XV + (1) + 178 + (4) p. + The Age of Reason; Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology. Paris, Barrois, London: Sold by D. I. Eaton [...], Price One Shilling and Six-Pence, 1794. (2) + 55 p. Six works bound in one volume .Contemporary half leather with gilt decorated spine and red edges. Annotations with ink ("Contents") on front free end-paper. Interior and binding in very good condition

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        Miscellaneous Articles. A Letter Addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the Affairs of North America... Letter Addressed to the Addressers on the Late Proclamation.

      London: [first two works] Printed for J. Ridgway; [third work] Printed for H.D. Symonds... and Thomas Clio Rickman 1792.. Three works bound in one, "Miscellaneous Articles" first edition, 33, (3 advertisement), 36, 40 pp. Some light browning and minor tears, one corner torn away without loss. 20th century boards."Miscellaneous Articles" collects 8 pieces; letters to the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Authors of the Republican, Abbé Syeyes, Lord Onslow the people of France and two to Henry Dundas as well as his "Thoughts on the Peace". "A Letter to Abbé Raynal" first appeared in 1782 and remains one of Paine's most important works, disputing an earlier account of the American revolution, and indeed the definition of "revolution" itself. The "Letter to the Addressers..." concerns the government's warning against "wicked and seditious libels" in May 1792, directed chiefly at the second part of "The Rights of Man" and follows on from his letters to Dundas and Onslow. This response was at the printers even as he fled the country in September of the same year. Gimbel pp83, 72, 74. Sabin 58222 notes similar editions of "Abbé Raynal".

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        [Sammelband of five political pamphlets in English printed 1791-1793.]

      A Letter to Thomas Payne, Esq. Written in Consequence of the One Lately Addresses by Him to Mr Secretary Dundas. Edinburgh, William Creech, 1792. (2) + 45 p. + A Fourth Letter to Thomas Paine in Answer to the Second Part of The Rights of Man [...]. London, W. Miller, 1792. (2) + 56 p. + A Letter From Mr. Burke To A Member of the National Assembly, in Answer To Some Objections To His Book on French Affairs. London, J. Dodsley, 1791. The Fourth edition. (2) + 74 p; + An Appeal From the New to the Old Whigs, in Consequence of Some Late Discussions in Parliament, Relative to the Reflections on the French Revolution. London, J. Dodsley, 1791. Third edition. (2) + 143 p. + The Example of France a Warning to Britain. Bury St Edmund´s, J. Rackham, 1793. Third edition. (2) + 238 + (7) p. Five works bound in one volume. Contemporary half leather with red edges. Red leather label on the spine with the text "Anti Sedition". Old annotations with ink ("Contents") on front free end-paper. P. 53-56 + title page of "A Letter From Mr Burke To A Member of the National Assembly" stained. Old annotations with ink on the title pages. Underlinings with ink. Interior and binding in good condition

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        Litterarische Nachrichten von einer auf Veranlassung der böhm.

      Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften im Jahre 1792 unternommenen Reise nach Schweden und Russland. Nebst einer Vergleichung der russischen und böhmischen Sprache nach dem Petersburger Vergleichungs-Wörterbuche aller Sprachen. Prag, bei J. G. Calve, 1796. Liten 8:o. Grav. front,(2),172 s. Fult blått klbd med sparsamt guldornerad rygg. Inlagan ngt lagerfläckig. Fuktfläckar i inre marginalen i början och på slutet och ett par större på s. 13-14 och 33-34. Trista blå biblioteksstplr på en del sidor och på frontespisen, den sistnämnda dock utanför plåtkanten.. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 2251. Bring Itineraria Svecana 278. Publicerades första gången i "Neuere Abhandlungen der K. böhmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften" 1795, men utvidgad och omarbetad i denna bokupplaga. Joseph Dobrowsky (1753-1829) var tjeckisk filolog och rektor vid generalseminariet i Olmütz. Han reste i Sverige för att förteckna befintliga böhmiska handskrifter och besökte under sin resa Lund, Linköping, Stockholm och Skokloster. Frontespisen föreställer en runsten

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        Des Königl. Schwedischen Hofgerichts Untersuchung und Urtheile über den Königsmörder, Jacob Johann Ankarström und übrige Mitschuldige. Aus dem Schwedischen übersetzt

      Mit gest. Frontispiz (Porträt des Mörders). 1 Bl., 82 S. - Angebunden: Personalien bei dem Begräbniß des Glorwürdigsten Königs Gustav des Dritten den 14ten May 1792 von allen Kanzeln in Schweden abgelesen. Ebenda, 1792. 24 S. Pappband des 19. Jhdts. 21 x 15,5 cm. I. VD 18, 10268197. - Beschreibt die Untersuchungen gegen den Mörder des schwedischen Königs Gustav III. (1746-1792), Jacob Johann Ankarström. II. VD18, 11247673. - Ebenfalls aus dem schwedischen übersetzt und auch von A. F. Röse gedruckt. Der Übersetzer beider Werke, der höchstwahrscheinlich identisch ist, bleibt unbekannt. - Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt. Dem Frontispiz gegenüber montiert ein weiteres gest. Portrait des Mörders Jacob Johan Ankarström. Titel mit Bibl.- u. Ausgeschiedenstempel. Gutes Exemplar!

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        Die Elektricität der Lufterscheinungen, worinne von der natürlichen Elektricität überhaupt, und von den Lufterscheinungen besonders gehandelt wird, auch die vornehmsten Phänomene der elektrischen Meteorologie nach Beobachtungen und Erfahrungen aufgestellt

      Aus dem Französischen. 2 in 1 Band. Mit 6 gefalt. gest. Tafeln. Liegnitz, D. Siegert, 1792. 8vo. (19,8 x 11,8 cm). 1: X, 260 S. 2: VI, 250 S. Schlichter hellblauer Pappband d. Zt. mit rotem Rückenschild. Einzige deutsche Ausgabe von "De l'électricité des météores" (Paris 1787). - Bertholon (1741-1800) war Mitglied des Ordens der Lazaristen u. vor allem in Südfrankreich (Lyon u. Montpellier) tätig. Für diese Region kommt ihm bei der Erforschung der Elektrizität eine vergleichbare Bedeutung zu wie sie Abbé Nollet in Paris ausübte. "Three principal works brought him fame. 'De l'électricité des météores' is a study of all atmospheric manifestations, as well as of volcanoes and earthquakes... Influenced by his friend Benjamin Franklin, he supplied southern France with lightning rods." (DSB II, S. 83). - Bd. 1 über Gewitter, Erdbeben u. Vulkane. Bd. 2 über athmosphärische Lichterscheinungen, Wolken, Nebel, Regen, Wasserhosen, Wind sowie die Werkzeuge zur Elektrizitätsmessung etc. - Die Tafeln u.a. mit Darstellung eines Nordlichtes, Eiskristallen, Windhosen sowie physikalischen Geräten. Ronalds S. 55. - Mottelay S. 258f. - Poggendorff I, Sp. 167f. - Ersch, Lit. der Mathematik Sp. 248, Nr. 1212. - Etwas fleckig u. berieben, Ecken bestoßen. Etwas stockfleckig. Titel von 1 neu eingehängt u. etwas knittrig. Spiegel mit Besitzvermerk.

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        Beschreibung der Stargordtischen Wirthschaft in Hinterpommern, nebst G. M. L. von Wedells

      .. Vorlesung in der patriotischen Gesellschaft zu Breßlau über diesen Gegenstand, auf Verlangen der Gesellschaft herausgegeben; nebst einigen Anmerkungen des Grafen von Borcke über dieselbe; und von Eickstadts Beschreibung der Hohenholzischen Wirthschaft in Vorpommern. Zweyte und verbesserte Auflage. Mit gest. Frontispiz-Porträt von J. C. Krüger nach A. H. Therbusch geb. v. Lisievzka u. 3 mehrfach gefalt. gest. Tafeln. Berlin, W. Oehmigke, d. J., 1792. 8vo. (19,2 x 11,5 cm). 7 Bl., 230 S. Neuer Pappband. Titelauflage der zweiten Auflage von 1783, die gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe von 1779 vor allem um den "Grundriß des... Rittersitzes zu Stargordt" erweitert worden ist. Dieser zeigt den alten Barockgarten sowie die nördliche Erweiterung eines kleinen englischen Gartens. Die beiden anderen Tafeln zeigen Ansicht, Grundriß, Details u. Mahlwerk einer in Stargordt befindlichen "Hexelmühle" (Häckselmühle). - H. A. von Borcke (1715-1788) diente "als ein durch Universitätsstudien vielseitig hochgebildeter Offizier" unter Friedrich II. u. wurde 1751 als Erzieher des Kronprinzen, des späteren Königs Friedrich Wilhelm II., abgestellt. Nach einem Zerwürfnis mit Friedrich II. 1764 begann er sein Gut Stargordt zu einer vielbeachteten Musterwirtschaft umzubauen. Seine landwirtschaftlichen Schriften gelten als "gediegen" (ADB III, S. 157f.). - S. 45 bis 196 umfassen die Vorlesung vor der Patriotischen Gesellschaft in Breslau von Gottlob Magnus Leopold von Wedell (1750-1799), Oberforstmeister in Schlesien, die auch die ausführliche Beschreibung der Häckselmühle enthält. Es folgt die Beschreibung des Gutes Hohenholz, die sehr wahrscheinlich von Ernst Friedrich von Eickstedt (1732-1797) stammt, dem das Gut seit 1758 gehörte (vgl. Eickstedt: Familien-Buch... (1860), Nr. 203; in UB Göttingen digitalisiert). Güntz III, S. 61 u. 74. - Hamberger/Meusel VIII, S. 380 (zu Wedell). - Tafeln gereinigt u. etwas restauriert.

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        A General History of Quadrupeds. The Figures engraved on wood by...

      Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by and for S. Hodgson, R. Beilby, & T. Bewick, 1792.. Third edition, 8vo, x, 483, (1) pp. Numerous wood engraved illustrations, marbled endpapers and edges. Later half calf, green morocco label, minor rubbing to extremities, very good.

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