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        Broadside. Begins: Miguel la Grua y Talamanca y Branciforte ... Con fecha en San Lorenzo á 29 de Noviembre de ano proximo pasado se ha servido S. M. ... expedir la real cédula del tenor siguiente....

      Viceroy Branciforte promugates a royal decree concerning details as to religious groups' and individuals' being allowed (or not) to make wills or inherit; the decree reserves to civil authority the control of laws governing wills and inheritance.This is amplification of the "Nuevo Codigo de Leyes" and the "Pragmática Sanción" of 6 July 1792, and => WorldCat locates only one copy worldwide.

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        Iphigenie en Tauride Tragédie en Quatre Actes [Par Mr. Guillard, Mise en Musique et Dédiée A La Reine]. Répresentée pour le Premiere fois par l'Academie Royale de Musique le mardi 18 Mai 1779. Prix 24 livres. [Full score]

      Des Lauriers [without PN], Paris 1792 - Folio. Full contemporary green vellum with mid-tan leather label with decorative border gilt lettered "Romagnat" to upper, edges colored in red. 1f. (title), 211, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved.With blank overpaste to title with later manuscript note in pencil: "On a caché par cette [.] un nom [.] d'une personne qui a été guillotinée[:] Marie-Antoinette" (by this overpaste, a name of a guillotined person has been obscured: Marie-Antoinette). Labels to verso of upper board: printed advertisement of "Husson Marchand Papier" to upper left corner; "Ex libris Georges van Parys" (in the shape of a G clef) to center. Bass figures entered throughout: pp. 1-31, 164-70, and 174-end in pencil, otherwise in ink.Some moderate browning; occasional creasing and staining. Second edition, first issue. Hopkinson 46A (a). Wotquenne 46 (pp. 215-16). Lesure p. 239. RISM G2816. "Iphigénie en Tauride was given on May 18, 1778, with excellent singers; Rosalie Lavasseur sang Iphigénie, Larrivée Oreste, Legros Pylade, and Moreau Thoas. The opera had a great success immediately, and even Grimm wrote of it - I do not know whether this is melody, but perhaps it is something better. When I hear Iphigénie I forget I am at the opera; I seem to be listening to a Greek tragedy, with music by Lekain and Mlle Clarion. It was the crowning point of Gluck's career. Guillard had provided an excellent libretto, more classical than Goethe's poem, less Christian and more ruthless; and Gluck had seized on the contrast between Scythians and Greeks, upon the perfectly dramatic figures of Iphigenia and Orestes, and had produced a work which both re-created a part of Greek tragedy and at the same time foretold a new world." Cooper: Gluck, p. 258. While Marie-Antoinette is not actually mentioned on the title, she was the queen to whom the work is dedicated. Hopkinson describes a later issue with a new title without the dedication (46 A [c]).Georges van Parys (1902-1971) was a French composer of operetta and film music. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Topographical Survey of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol, A

      London: Printed for the Author and William Faden , 1792. London: Printed for the Author and William Faden , 1792. - "Real Views, Accurately taken on the spot by the Author"Sixty-Five Aquatint Plates with Early Twentieth Century Hand ColoringROBERTSON, Archibald. A Topographical Survey of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol. With historical and descriptive accounts of the country, towns, villages, and gentlemen's seats on and adjacent to it; Illustrated by perspective views of the most select and picturesque scenery. To which is added a correct map of the country Three Miles on each side of the Road; planned from a Scale of One Inch to a Mile. In two parts. London: Printed for the Author and William Faden , 1792. First edition. Two octavo volumes (9 x 5 5/8 inches; 228 x 143 mm.). (ii, title, verso blank), xvi, 154; (viii), 190, (ii, errata, verso blank) pp. Sixty-five hand colored aquatint plates and eleven maps, ten of which are folding. Early twentieth century full maroon straight-grain morocco. Covers with blind stamped and wide elaborate gilt borders, spines with five raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, gilt board edges and turn-ins, marbled end-papers, all edges gilt. Some foxing throughout, mainly marginal, otherwise a very nice copy with the plates finely hand-colored.According to Abbey the book was issued with the aquatints uncolored except for a "few copies printed on large paper".We believe that the hand coloring in this copy was done at the time of re-binding, i.e. ca. 1900-1920. "The prints which serve to illustrate this work, are not ideal but Real Views, accurately taken on the spot by the author for this purpose; and the plates were all engraved by himself: he therefore presumes he may with some degree of confidence, present them to the public as just representations." (Introduction).Archibald Robertson (1765-1835) was a Scottish born painter who opened an art school and studio in Aberdeen, Scotland following his training in London. Known for his miniature portrait paintings, he was asked to paint George and Martha Washington soon after coming to the United States from Scotland. He also made watercolor landscape paintings and engravings. A Topographical Survey of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol was, we believe, his first publication. His book Elements of the Graphic Arts was published in 1802. He came to the United States in 1791 at the invitation of several wealthy individuals to teach art. He was asked to paint the portrait of George and Martha Washington. Alexander Robertson joined his brother in the United States in the autumn of 1792. Together they established the Columbian Academy of Painting in New York on William Street. It was one of the country's first art schools. The Columbian Academy of Art was renamed the Academy of Painting, which continued to be managed by Archibald. Alexander opened his own art school in 1802. Both of the Robertson brothers were active exhibitors and involved in the management of the American Academy of the Fine Arts (AAFA) in New York. Archibald joined in 1817 and was on the board of directors for 15 years. In New York, Archibald made watercolor landscape paintings of the Hudson River Valley and New York City. In 1802 he had the book, Elements of Drawing, of his systematized approach toward drawing for amateur artists. His approach was inspired by William Sawrey Gilpin.Abbey. Scenery, 24. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        K620, 621, 527]. Rare editions of three of Mozart's major works: Die Zauberflöte, La Clemenza di Tito and Don Giovanni

      Artaria, Vienna 1792 - DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE, K620A complete set in 24 numbers. Text in German.- Overtura dell' Opera Die ZauberFlöte per Clavicembalo o Fortf[!] Piano. Se vende in Vienna presso Artaria Compagni [PN] 377 [1792]. [i] (title), 2-7, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "24 Xr." First issue. Haberkamp p. 362. Hoboken 11, 510. RISM M4811.- [No. 2]. Aria [Papageno] Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja. Samlung[!Sammlung] von Arien No. 97. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "6 x." Third issue. Haberkamp p. 368. Hoboken 11, 512. RISM M4838.- [No. 3]. Aria [Tamino] Das[!] Bildnis ist bezabernd[!] schön. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 109. [i] (title), 2-4 pp. Price: "15 Xr." First issue. Haberkamp p. 362. Hoboken 11, 513. RISM M4840.- [No. 4]. Aria mit Recitativ [Königin der Nacht] Zum leiden bin ich auserkoren. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 110. [i] (title); 2-6 pp. Price: "20 Xr." First issue. Haberkamp p. 362. Hoboken 11, 515. RISM M4842.- [No. 6]. Terzetto [Pamino, Monostatos, Papageno] Du feines Täubchen nur herein. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 102. [i] (title), 2-6 pp. Price: "10. x." Second issue. Haberkamp p. 369. Hoboken 11, 516. RISM M4844. - [No. 7]. Duet [Pamina, Papageno] Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen. Samlung[!] von Arien No. 94. [i] (title), 2-7, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "10 x." Added French underlay in pencil. Fourth issue. Haberkamp p. 370 (describes the present copy as third issue but with page 7 re-engraved). Hoboken 11, 520. RISM M4846.- [No. 8/1]. Terzetto [3 child spirits] Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 103. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "10 x." Probable second issue (plate number at lower left corner of page 2 rather than in the middle). Haberkamp p. 370. Hoboken 11, 521. RISM M4848.- [No. 8/3]. Aria [Tamino] wie stark ist nicht dein Zauber-ton. Samlung[!] von Arien No. 107. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "10 x." Second issue. Haberkamp p. 371. Hoboken 11, 524. RISM M4850.- [No. 8/5]. Glockenspiel, und Coro, dunn [!] Duetto zwischen Pamina und Papagena [!Papageno]. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 100. [i] (title), 2-4 pp. Price: "8. x." Second issue. Haberkamp p. 371. Hoboken 11, 526. RISM M4852.- [No. 9]. Marsch. Samlung[!] No. 106. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "6 x." [PN 116]. Second issue. Haberkamp p. 372. Hoboken 11, 528. RISM MM4857a (2 copies only). Unlike the other numbers in the series, the plate number 116 does not match the collection number 106, presumably an engraver's error.- [No. 10]. Aria [Sarastro] O Jsis und Osiris. Samlung[!] von Arien No. 116. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "10 X". First issue. Haberkamp p. 363. Hoboken 11, 529. RISM M4855.- [No. 11]. Duetto [2 priests] Bewahret euch für Weiber Tücke. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 101. [i] (title), 2-3, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "6 x." Second issue. Haberkamp p. 373. Hoboken 11, 532. RISM M4857.- [No. 13]. Aria [Monostatos] alles fühlt der Liebe freuden. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 99. [i] (title), 2-4 pp., price: "10 Xr"; First issue. Haberkamp p. 363. Hoboken 11, 533. RISM M4859.- [No. 14]. Aria [Königin der Nacht] Der Hölle Rache Kocht in meinem Herzen. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 108. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp. Watermark "Soto Iperial"[!] and 3 crescent moons. First issue (but without printed price and with some of the high Fs erroneously engraved as Ds. Possibly predating Haberkamp's first issue, p. 364. Hoboken 11, 535 (with printed price). RISM M4861.- [No. 15]. Arie[!] [Sarastro] in Diesen heil'gen Hallen Kennt Man die Rache nicht. Samlung[!] von Arien No. 95. [i] (title), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp. Price: "10 x". Second issue. Haberkamp p. 374. Hoboken 11, 538. RISM M4863.- [No. 16]. Aria [!Terzetto] [3 child spirits] Seit [!Seid] uns zum zweiten Mahl [!Mal] wilkomen. Samlung[!] von Arien Nro. 96. [i] (title), 2-4 pp. Price: "10 Xr." First issue (but with "Andantino" below "Cembalo" on page 2, not above the three-stave system as described by Haberkamp p. 364). Possibly an earlier unrecorded issue. Hoboken 11, 539 (complyi [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A HISTORY OF THE LAW OF SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION

      Thomas Burnside. Dublin, Ireland 1792 - Book size about 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches with some 435 pages + 17 page Appendix + eight page Index. A superbly rebound copy of the extraordinarily scarce John Reeves book: 'A History Of The Law Of Shipping and Navigation', published in Dublin in 1792. Rebound in modern full calf with marbled end papers, raised bands, boxed maroon spine label and blind tooled raised band lines. Book contains information on law relating to the English Colonies in North America here and there throughout but is primarily concerned with the history of English maritime law. Readers of the Patrick O'Brian Aubrey-Maturin sea series will remember all the problems Aubrey had with English maritime law. I could find no record of this book at auction. Exceedingly scarce. Small piece excised at upper right title page; uniform moderate foxing throughout. FINE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE AMERICAN MUSEUM, OR REPOSITORY OF ANCIENT AND MODERN FUGITIVE PIECES, &c....

      Philadelphia: Carey [and Stewart and Co.], 1792. Contemporary sheep, spines gilt, black morocco label. Some leaves lacking or supplied, as noted below. Provenance: Beverly Public Library (bookplates and inked stamps). A mostly-complete run of THE AMERICAN MUSEUM, America's first literary magazine, and a pioneering effort on the part of its publisher, Mathew Carey, to bring news to a national audience, and to develop and promote an indigenous literary culture. Carey began THE AMERICAN MUSEUM on the heels of a failed partnership with other printers called the COLUMBIAN MAGAZINE. Carey's original goal in his solo venture was to cull from other sources the best essays on political, economic, and cultural subjects, as well as poetry and prose, and offer it to a national audience. Despite the note to the reader in his first issue apologizing for his journal being "destitute as it is of originality," he soon began to publish original work. A favorable opinion of the Museum from George Washington, often reprinted in advertisements, enhanced its reputation. Carey cast a wide net in soliciting writers and topics for his periodical. Among the distinguished contributors are Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Paine, James Bowdoin, David Rittenhouse, Benjamin West, Jeremy Belknap, Ezra Stiles, Noah Webster, H.M. Brackenridge, Joel Barlow, Timothy Dwight, Benjamin Rush, Joel Dickinson, and Tench Coxe. All of the major issues of the day, as well as scientific and cultural events, found a place in its pages. Not the least of these are the debates surrounding the Constitution, but also internal improvements, manufactures, agriculture, and the general state of the nation, as well as poetry and varied prose. The appearance of the federal Constitution in the September 1787 issue is one of the first contemporary printings of the document, and the inclusion in the same issue of a "Letter Relative to the Hessian Fly" shows the range of the journal's interests. THE AMERICAN MUSEUM became a vital source for information about the activities of the federal government, as Carey printed reports from cabinet departments, the proceedings of Congress, state constitutions, treaties with foreign nations, and foreign intelligence. Authors contributing literary essays and poetry include Francis Hopkinson, Philip Freneau, David Humphreys, Timothy Dwight, and John Trumbull. The success of THE AMERICAN MUSEUM helped establish Mathew Carey as the leading printer of his generation. Through the publication of the periodical he was able to develop a distribution network which greatly aided him in coming years as he became a leading book publisher. A congressional change in postal rates for magazines in 1792 forced Carey to end THE AMERICAN MUSEUM in order "to have recourse to some other object that might afford a better reward to industry." Complete sets with all volumes and all plates are extremely scarce. The present set collates as follows: 1) Volume 1: iv,[5]-408,421-492pp, with errors in pagination (i.e. pp.409-420 not issued). Without a general title, but with individual issue titles. Pp.7- 10,69-78,469-474,479-492 supplied from other copies; pp.95-96,111-112,143-144,161-162,213-214,295-296,307-308 torn with loss of text; several leaves with Japanese tissue repairs, LACKS PAGES 139-142. Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1787 (third edition, 1790); No. 2, February 1787 (second edition, 1788); No. 3, March 1787 (third edition, 1792); No. 4 (April 1787) (second edition, 1789); No. 5, May 1787 (second edition, 1789); No. 6, June 1787 (second edition, 1788). 2) Volume 2: xvi,[17]-600,24pp. With dedication to Lafayette, list of subscribers and index; without a general title but with individual issue titles. Vol. 2, No. 1, July 1787 (second edition, 1789); No. 2, August 1787 (second edition, 1789); No. 3, September 1787 (second edition, 1792); No. 4, October 1787 (second edition, 1792); No. 5, November 1787 (second edition, 1792); No. 6, December 1787 (second edition, 1793). With a printing of the U.S. Constitution on pp.276-284. 3) Volume 3: xvi,[17]-594,[597]-602pp, with errors in pagination as issued (i.e. pp.595-596 not issued). Without a general title, but with individual issue titles. Woodcut illustration of a constellation on p.214. Pp.391-392 torn with minor loss. Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1788 (first edition, 1788); No. 2, February 1788 (second edition, 1789); No. 3, March 1788 (second edition, 1789); No. 4, April 1788 (second edition, 1790); No. 5, May 1788 (second edition, 1792); No. 6, June 1788 (second edition, 1792). 4) Volume 4 (first edition, 1788): [2],xvi,[17]-592pp., with errors in pagination as issued (i.e. with p.248 twice and without p.264). With a general title; with the preliminary extract of a letter from George Washington leaf preceding general title. Vol. 4, No. 1 through No. 6 (July 1788 - December 1788). 5) Volume 5 (first edition, 1789): xvi,[17]-628pp. With a general title. Pp.203-206 supplied from another copy. Vol. 5, No. 1 through No. 6 (January 1789 - June 1789). Without the map of the Gulf Stream (March 1789) or the Plan of African ship's lower deck (May 1789), as usual. 6) Volume 6 (first edition, 1789): 492,46,[6]pp. With a general title. Pp.437-438 and 443-444 supplied from another copy. Woodcut of a deformed African American boy on p.350. Vol. 6, No. 1 through No. 6 (July 1789 - December 1789). 7) Volume 7 (first edition, 1790): 344,44,44,44,40,[4]pp, errors in pagination as issued (i.e. pp.13-15 and 18, of the fourth appendix not issued). With a general title. Vol. 7, No. 1 through No. 6 (January 1790 - June 1790). With a printing of the Bill of Rights on pp.11-13 of the second appendix. 8) Volume 8 (first edition, 1790): 288,40,80,20,52pp. With a general title. Vol. 8, No. 1 through No. 6 (July 1790 - December 1790). 3) Volume 9 (first edition, 1791): 344,48,40,48pp. With a general title. Pp.115-116 and Appendix I pp.43-44 supplied from another copy. Woodcut of a river on p.254. Vol. 9, No. 1 through No. 6 (January 1791 - June 1791). 10) Volume 10 (first edition, 1791): 308,36,48,44pp. With a general title. Vol. 10, No. 1 through No. 6 (July 1791 - December 1791). 11) Volume 11 (first edition 1792): 308,36,92,48,[4]pp. With a general title. Vol. 11, No. 1 through No. 6 (January 1792 - June 1792). Includes a printing of Hamilton's Report on Manufactures in Appendix 2. 12) Volume 12 (first edition, 1792): iv,[5]-196,[189*]- 352,36,44,40pp. With a general title. Vol. 12, No. 1 through No. 6 (July 1792 - December 1792). James N. Green, MATHEW CAREY, PUBLISHER AND PATRIOT, pp.6- 7. Chielens, AMERICAN LITERARY MAGAZINES, pp.19-24.

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        Passionspredigten gehalten zu Berlin im Jahr 1792 ( sowie angebunden wohl derselbe: Passionspredigten nebst einer Konfirmationsrede und einigen Homilien gehalten: Zweites bis viertes Bändchen )

      Birnstiel; Griesbachsche Hofbuchhandlung, Berlin, Kassel 1792 - ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1792 - 1800 ) Das erste Bändchen der Berliner Predigten von Christian Gotthilf Ike mit 2 gestochenen Vignetten und 168 Seiten, die angebunden Bändchen von Georg Friederich Götz ( als Passionspredigten zweites - viertes Bändchen jeweils in der Griesbachschen Hofbuchhandlung, Cassel 1797, 1799 und 1800 erschienen ) mit 164, 142 und 214 Seiten nebst einigen Blättern, goldgeprägter möglicherweise etwas späterer Hln mit marmorierten Deckeln, 8°. Einband leicht berieben, Ecken bestoßen. Innen handschriftlicher Vermerk auf Vorsatz vorn. Titelblatt der Berliner Predigten etwas fingerfleckig und berieben. Sonst innen von recht guter Erhaltung. - selten - ( Gewicht 400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Das Seifersdorfer Thal.

      Leipzig, Voß & Leo, bzw. Dresden, Schulze, 1792. 4°. Mit gestoch. Titelvignette und 40 gestoch. Tafeln von J. A. Darnstedt mit Schutzblättern. 4 Bl., 176 S. Hldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rsch. und Rverg. (etwas berieben, stellenweise etwas fleckig). Erste Ausgabe dieses \"Meisterwerkes der Dresdner Landschaftskunst des 18. Jahrhunderts, zugleich auch der Buchkunst\" (Lanckoronska/Oehler III, 49). - Die von Darnstedt gestochenen Tafeln, \"reizende Radierungen, gleich prachtvoll gezeichnet wie ausgeführt\" (ebd.), zeigen neben einer Ansicht von Seifersdorf die Denkmäler im kurz zuvor vollendeten Landschaftsgarten der Gräfin Christina von Brühl. - Gedruckt auf besserem Papier mit breitem Rand. - Rümann 67. - Dekoratives, nahezu fleckenfreies breitrandiges und vollständiges Exemplar. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Radeberg; Seifersdorf

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        Encyklopädie der bürgerlichen Baukunst. Hier 1. Theil A-D von eigentlich 5 Bänden.

      Leipzig, C. Fritsch, 1792. 8°, X, 675 Seiten und XVI faltbare Kupfertafeln im Anhang, betitelter OHalbledereinband mit Goldprägung - Einbandkanten leicht ber. und best. sonst sehr guter Zustand - 1792. c62737 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Architektur, Bauwesen, Nachschlagewerke

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        Frühes Schriftzeugnis: Eintragung in dem Stammbuch / Freundschaftsalbum einer Cousine, Stargardt 1810.

      - Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1792-1847), Chirurg; Begründer der plastischen Chirurgie, entwickelte zahlreiche, zum Teil noch heute gültige Operationsmethoden. - - Freundschaftsalbum der Friederike Amalia Elisabeth Susemihl (1783-1854), Tochter des Pastors zu Kambs. Titelblatt der Besitzerin und 77 Eintragungen aus den Jahren 1797 bis 1805 sowie ein Nachtrag a. d. J. 1810 (2 Eintragungen mit Tintenkringeln weitgehend unkenntlich gemacht). Meist Rostock (54), ferner Blankenhagen (1), Brudersdorf (1), (Burg) Stargard (2), Gnoien (2), Groß Methling (2), Moisall (10), Oberhagen (1), Schwarzin (1) und ohne Ortsangabe (3). Geschmückt mit 6 Aquarellen, einer Grisaille-Malerei, einer feinen Stickerei (Blume) und einer Haarlocke. 92 Bll. quer-8°, davon 68 beschriftet oder illustriert. Blau-grüner Seidenband der Zeit mit Initialen und Jahr "F.A.E.S. / 1800", goldgeprägter Deckelbordüre und schwarzgeprägten Eckstücken, Goldschnitt und Leimpapier-Vorsätzen. Deckel berieben, Rücken stilgerecht erneuert. - - Die Eintragungen stammen aus dem Familien- und Freundeskreis der Besitzerin; an erster Stelle ist der große Chirurg Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach zu nennen, der über seine Mutter von mecklenburgischer Herkunft war und in Rostock aufwuchs. Die Besitzerin schloss ihr Album, als sie1805 den Pastor in (Burg) Stargard, Samuel Gottfried Dühr (1765-1808) heiratete, 1810 öffnete sie es noch einmal anlässlich des Besuchs ihres 18-jährigen Vetters Dieffenbach, sich mit einer (leicht abgewandelten) Strophe aus Friedrich von Matthissons Gedicht "Die Kinderjahre" eintrug: - - "Ach bis zu Charons Kahne - Schweift unsrer Wünsche Noth - Der Kindheit leichte Plane - Begränzt das Abendroth; - Wir ahnen Sturm u. Klippen - Bei sonnenheitrer Fahrt, - Sie hängt mit Bienenlippen - Nur an der Gegenwart. - - Stargard den 16 Octb. 1810 Dein F. Dieffenbach / stud. theolog." - - (Im Sommersemester 1810 hatte Dieffenbach sein Studium der Theologie aufgenommen, das er später in Greifswald fortsetzte, ehe er, nach seiner Teilnahme als Freiwilliger in den Befreiungskriegen, zur Medizin wechselte.) - - Dieffenbach hatte sich in einer nicht datierten Eintragung - der kindlich ungelenken Schrift nach zu urteilen Jahre zuvor geschrieben - schon einmal an Versen versucht, allerdings wurde diese missglückte Eintragung ebenso wie eine weitere von unbekannter Hand von der Besitzerin mit Tintenkringeln weitgehend unkenntlich gemacht. - - Dieffenbachs Eintragung von 1810 gegenüber steht die seiner Mutter Sophie Dieffenbach geb. Buddik (Rostock 9.VII.1805), ferner finden sich Eintragungen seiner Schwester Philippine (Rostock 9.VII.1803) und eines C. F. Dieffenbach (Rostock 8.X.1803). - Nach dem frühen Tod ihres Ehemannes Conrad Philipp Dieffenbach (1765-1794), Lehrer am Collegium Friedericianum in Königsberg, war Sophie Dieffenbach mit ihren Kindern in ihre Heimatstadt Rostock zurückgekehrt. - - Identifiziert sind ferner: - - Conradine Beck geb. Friederich (1769-1840), Tochter des Superintendenten Johann Gottlieb Friederich (1738-1794), ab 1803 verheiratet mit dem Philosophen Jacob Sigismund Beck (1761-1840), Rektor der Rostocker Universität (s. ADB). - Rostock 9.VII.1805. - - Agneta ("Agnes") Haack (1772-1808), lebte ab 1799 als Gesellschafterin der Familie Rudloff (s. u.) auf Gut Moisall als Nachfolgerin ihrer jüngeren Schwester Julie Haack, die 1799 den Regensburger Historiker und Diplomaten Christian Gottlieb Gumpelzhaimer (1766-1841, s. ADB) geheiratet hatte; nach deren Tod 1802 folgte sie ihr 1805 auch als Ehefrau Gumpelzhaimers. - Moisall 15.VI.1800. - - Friedrich Christian Matthäus Hauswedell (1783 Petschow - 1862 Rostock), 1812-1857 Pastor in Petschow (über Generationen "Familienpfarre" der Hauswedells), dann Rückkehr nach Rostock. - Rostock 13.X.1800. - - Maria Dorothea ("Dorette") Mussäus geb. Susemihl ( 1755 Bössow - 1805 Groß Methling) Ehefrau des Pastors Johann Nathanael Mussäus (1741 Güstrow - 1811 Gr. Methling) und Mutter des . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Versuch einer pragmatischen Geschichte der Arzneikunde

      Halle, Gebauer, 1792-1803 (5 Teile in 5 Bänden). 20,5 x 12.5cm, zeitgenöss. Pappbände, Rückenschild, Rotschnitt bei Band 1 und 3-5, Rücken von Band 5 teils abgeplatzt, Ex-Libris auf Spiegel von Band 1 und 3-5, gest. Frontispiez in Bd. 1 und 3, gest. Porträt von Friedrich Hoffmann in Band 5, Titelkupfer mit 7 Abb. in Band 2; Band I: XIV, 480 S., 1 Bl.; Band II: Titelkupfer, VI, 714S., Band III: Titel, VIII, 636 S.; Band IV: X, 364 S.; Band V:Titel, VIII, 678 S.; vereinzelt Bleistiftanstreichungen die Bände 1 und 3-5 in EA aus dem Vorbesitz von Dr. Eduard Bäumer (Arzt in Berlin, 1895 promoviert, mehrere Veröffentlichungen zur Medizingeschichte insbesondere des Badewesens), Band 2 in 2. Aufl. mit Namenszug \"Roller\" auf Titel und Unterschrift \"C.F.W. Roller\" auf Vorsatzblatt, also wahrscheinlich der berühmte Psychiater Christian Friedrich Wilhelm Roller, Gründer und Leiter der Klinik Illenau. - Kurt (Polycarp) Sprengel (1766-1833) war ab 1795 Professor der Medizin und ab 1795 auch der Botanik in Halle. Sein fünfbändiger \"Versuch....\" ist tatsächlich ein Universalgeschichtswerk der Medizin und gehört laut Haeser \"zu den glänzendsten Zierden der deutschen med. Litteratur, dem das Ausland kein auch nur einigermaßen ebenbürtiges Werk an die Seite zu stellen vermag...S. hat mit seinem Werk sich unbedingt den Ehrentitel eines Vaters der med. Geschichtsschreibung erworben\" (Pagel in ADB, 35, 1893). Es wurde in mehrere Sprachen übersetzt und mehrfach neu aufgelegt Versand D: 5,00 EUR Medizin, Medizingeschichte

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        Abhandlung über die vorzüglichsten Augenkrankheiten nebst ihrer Kurarten. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt.

      J. F. Korn der Ältere, Breslau und Hirschberg 1792 - Oktav. Mit 6 Kupfertafeln. LXXVIII,416 S. Pappband der Zeit. Hirsch/H. IV, 904. - William R. Rowley (1743 - 1806) studierte in Oxford und an der Universität von St. Andrews und erhielt nach seiner Promotion eine Anstellung als Marinearzt, während der er mehrere Feldzüge mitmachte und eine Expedition zu den Antillen leitete. Er verfaßte zahlreiche Schriften vor allem zur Gynäkologie, Kinder- und Augenheilkunde. - Einband beschabt, am Rücken stark; Ecken und Kanten etwas berieben und bestoßen; Name auf dem Titel; vereinzelt gering stockfleckig; Tafeln lose; Tafel 1 mit längerem Einriß am Rand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Voyage to the South Sea,

      London: for George Nicol,, 1792. undertaken by Command of His Majesty, for the Purpose of conveying the Bread-fruit tree to the West Indies, in His Majesty's Ship The Bounty ... including an Account of the Mutiny on Board the said Ship, and the Subsequent Voyage of Part of the Crew, in the Ship's Boat... Quarto (300 × 240 mm). Modern blue straight-grained morocco by Bayntun-Rivière, title gilt direct to the spine, low, flat double bands, roundels gilt to the compartments, one of them containing the date, gilt simple gilt panelling to the boards, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers. Stipple-engraved oval portrait frontispiece of Bligh by Conde after Russell, folding plan of the Bounty, folding plan of the Bounty's launch, plate of a breadfruit, and 4 plans and charts, 3 of them folding. Light browning throughout, and some marginal fingersoiling, folding plates with old creases from misfolding, now refolded and pressed, a couple of small professional repairs, but overall a very good copy. First edition of Bligh's own full account of his voyage which led to the most famous mutiny in the history of the sea. "An extremely important book" (Hill). In mid-1787 Bligh received the command of the Bounty, then being fitted to transport breadfruit and other plants from the South Seas to the West Indies, part of an elaborate scheme to establish large-scale cotton cultivation in the West Indies by transplanting breadfruit and other fruits and vegetables so that plantation owners might feed slaves more cheaply. The Bounty reached Tahiti, loaded up with breadfruit, and set sail again at the beginning of April 1789. In the early morning of 28 April 1789, when off the island of Tonga, Fletcher Christian led part of the crew in mutiny. The rebels set Bligh and eighteen men adrift in the ship's 23 foot long launch, with little food and only minimal navigational tools. Incredibly Bligh managed to reach Kupang in Timor two months later with the loss of only one man, after a harrowing 3500 mile voyage. Embarrassingly Bligh found himself having to defend his own conduct. He had already published a shorter Narrative of the Mutiny in 1790. The Advertisement explains that "the reason of the Narrative appearing first, was for the purpose of communicating early information concerning an event which attracted the public notice: and being drawn up in a hasty manner, it required many corrections." This is the first appearance of Bligh's account of the entire expedition. "This full account of the voyage, then, includes a slightly altered version of Bligh's own account of the mutiny, which had been published two years earlier. This extended and revised text makes this the fundamental published account of the Bounty saga Â…" (Parks Collection). However, publication did not achieve his aim of rehabilitating his reputation, which was later further damaged by another mutiny and other serious insubordinations. History's verdict has overwhelmingly been that Bligh was clearly a superior navigator and a brave man, but an abysmal leader otherwise. Interestingly, it was his habit of intemperate verbal abuse that upset his subordinates: research has shown that Bligh actually flogged less than any other British commander in the Pacific Ocean in the later eighteenth century. Contemporary ownership inscription of ?T.R. Twigg, dated 1806, to the title page, and a two-page extract from the Kentish Gazette recounting Capt. Folger's discovery of the last survivor of the mutiny - John Adams, also known as Alexander Smith - on Pitcairn , copied in the same hand to the final blank.

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        Le Fédéraliste ou collection de quelques écrits en faveur de la Constitution proposée aux Etats Unis de l'Amérique, par la Convention convoquée en 1787

      A Paris chez Buisson 1792. 2 volumes In - 8 reliés demi basane brune d'époque à petits coins, dos lisse très orné de filets et fleurons dorés, pièces de titre rouge. Pagination de xxi à lii pour l'Avertissement signé George WASHINGTON et William JACKSON et contenant la liste des Députés + 366 + 511 pages. Dans une autre édition également française on trouve avant l'avertissement une préface de M. TRUDAINE de la SABLIERE, ce qui explique le début de pagination de la présente à xxi et ce qui est parfaitement normal. Reliure endommagée, particulièrement au tome I qui présente un manque de cuir à la coiffe et en pied, les mors sont fragiles, les plats cartonnés sont salis. Le corps des volumes est en état correct, petites atteintes en bords des premières pages du tome I sans perte de texte. Malgré les défauts que nous signalons et dont notre prix tient compte, ce rare ouvrage reste un exemplaire correct qui mériterait la reliure.

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        THE FIRST PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY.

      - The second edition, with improvements. Pp. xxxii+546+[4](index), 1 folding engraved plate, tables, index; modern dark brown binder's cloth, spine lettered and ruled in gilt; later endpapers; a couple of tiny chips to fore-edge of half-title page, early inked signature near head of title page, several loosely inserted dried leaves or flowers, minor production (trimming) fault to top fore-corner pp. 203/4 and 303/4, a few mainly small marginal damp stains, scattered light foxing; printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, London, 1792. Second edition. *William Nicholson (1753 - 1815) was an English scientist, translator, author, publisher, and inventor. In 1797 he founded the \i Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, which was the first independent scientific journal in Great Britain. He invented a hydrometer (an instrument for measuring the density of liquids) in 1790. In 1800, inspired by the work of Alessandro Volta (inventor of the electric battery), he built his own battery and discovered that when leads from a battery are placed in water, the water breaks up into hydrogen and oxygen. With this discovery Nicholson became the first man to produce a chemical reaction by electricity. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Captain John Hunter

      London: J. Stockdale, 1792. Engraving, 280 x 215 mm. (sheet size), a little foxed, gentle tide-mark, good condition overall. Portrait of Captain Hunter seated, in naval uniform and holding papers in his left hand (one of which depicts a ship passing between two headlands). Captain John Hunter (1737 - 1821) was appointed second captain, under Governor Phillip, of the "Sirius", one of the First Fleet to Australia in 1787; and he later became second Governor of New South Wales (1795 - 1800). Upon first arriving at Botany Bay, the proposed site of the settlement, Hunter joined Philip in surveying the area before deciding upon Port Jackson as a preferred option for landing. Later, in an effort to obtain replacement grains for the starving colony at Cape of Good Hope, the Sirius under Hunter's command was lost on the treacherous reefs off Norfolk Island, causing him to be stranded there for eleven months. As Governor he was criticised for his lack of control over the rum trade that had gained a strong foothold amongst the New South Wales Corps. He left the Colony Sept.1800 (see p.155 Nan Kivell Portraits of the Famous and Infamous).This attractive mezzotint was published in September 1792 by John Stockdale, to form the frontispiece for Hunter's Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson, published the following year.

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        A Treatise on Calico Printing, Theoretical and Practical: Including the latest Philosophical Discoveries - any way applicable :- Accompanied with Suggestions Relative to various Manufactures.

      London: Printed for C. O'Brien -93 1792 - 2 Vols., in one, 12mo, [190]; [300]pp., engraved frontispiece and a fold-out table, margin closely trimmed, recent calf, spine tooled in gilt, morocco title label. A reissue of 'The calico printers' assistant' of 1789-92, with the twelve page introduction and additional preliminary material in vol. 1 and new title-pages to both volumes. The first technical treatise on Calico printing describing methods from the making of colours and designs to the finishing of the cloth. An extremely scarce book, seldom appearing in commerce. ESTC returns just 3 locations (all UK) for both the first edition and this later issue. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Generaale Kaart Van Het Beloofde Land. Tot Verlichting Voor De Geschiedenisse; Vervat In Den Bybel. Zaamengesteld, en Gecorigeerd volgens de beste Auteuren Te Amsterdam, By Ian Barend Elwe MDCCXCII.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Jan Barend Elwe in Amsterdam, 1792, 49,5 x 59 Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici Vol. II, S. 105, El 2; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm., S. 191 (Jan Barend Elwe). - Zeigt das Heilige Land. - Im Mittelmeer Titelkartusche mit von Putten gehaltenen Girlanden und Segelschiffe sowie Jona im Bauch des Wals. - Am unteren Rand Stiftshütte, Bundeslade, Aaron u. Mose. - Unten rechts Meilenzeiger. - Oben links Erklärungen. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        ÉTAT ACTUEL DE L'EMPIRE OTTOMAN. Contenant des détails plus exacts que tous ceux qui ont parus jusqu'à présent sur la religion, le gouvernement, la milice, les moeurs et les amusemens des Turcs ; avec une description particulière de la cour et du sérail du grand Seigneur, ainsi que plusieurs anecdotes singulières et intéressantes.

      1792 - Paris, Lavillette, 1792. Deux volumes in-8 (132 X 204) basane fauve marbrée, dos lisse orné d'une roulette et filets dorés en place des nerfs, compartiments ornés de fers dorés, guirlande dorée en queue, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : (1) f. blanc, XVI-237 pages, (1) f. blanc - Tome II : (1) f. blanc, (2) ff. de faux-titre et titre, 256 pages, (1) f. blanc. Coiffe supérieure des deux tomes restaurée, important cerne de mouillure dans la marge latérale des huit premiers feuillets du tome I, plus discret des pages 33 à 85, puis pages 113 à 131, enfin taches brunes éparses des pages 225 à la fin de ce premier tome, taches sombres au dos du premier tome. ÉDITION ORIGINALE FRANÇAISE. L'ouvrage a été traduit de l'anglais par Joseph-Gaspar Dubois-Fontanelle. L'édition originale a paru à Londres en 1784. «Elias HABESCI, né en Grèce, élevé à Constantinople, employé d'abord dans les bureaux du sérail, et ensuite dans ceux du Grand Vizir, a eu pour s'instruire des moeurs, des usages, des loix, du gouvernement civil et militaire, de la politique intérieure et extérieure des Turcs, des facilités qui ont manqué à la plupart des écrivains qui ont traité de cette matière. » (Avertissement du traducteur). Après avoir servi le Grand Vizir comme secrétaire sous le règne de Mustapha III de 1757 à 1774, Elias Habesci entra ensuite au service de la Russie. Son ouvrage contient une description de la ville de Constantinople et de sa police, de nombreux détails sur les moeurs et les coutumes des turcs, ainsi que sur le commerce de l'Empire Ottoman avec les pays européens. (Chadenat, 5767 - Hage-Chahine, 2077 - Boucher de La Richarderie, II, 93 - Pas dans Gay). BON EXEMPLAIRE en reliure d'époque de cet ouvrage peu commun. GOOD COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Handkalender auf das Schaltjahr Jesu Christi 1792

      Schreiber, Leipzig 1792 - Handkalender auf das Schaltjahr Jesu Christi 1792. Mit Churfl: Sächs: gnädigst: Privilegio. Zu finden in Leipzig bey Joh: Christi: Schreiber: . - Seltener alter Miniaturkalender, anfangs ein gest. Porträt "Maria Luisa Gemahl: des Kaiser Leopolds d: II.", gegenüber das Titelblatt mit breiter Randverzierung, auf 24 Blatt ein Kalendarium, jeweils beginnend mit einem gestochenen Monatsbild, im Anschluss auf 2 Blatt Erklärung der Symbole, 1 Blatt "Extract des gnädigsten Mandats ., 3 Blatt mit Umrechnungstabellen, alle meist in Rot- und Schwarz gedruckt. Goldgeprägter, rosafarbiger Pappband in 2teiligem Pappschuber mit geprägtem Lederüberzug. 5,5 x 4,5 cm. 2 Steuerstempel und wenige alte Eintragungen. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A vindication of the rights of woman: With strictures on political and moral subjects.

      Boston: Peter Edes for Thomas & Andrews 8vo (21.6 cm, 8.5"). 340 pp.. 1792 Second American edition: Wollstonecraft's most famous work, analyzing woman's state and arguing for equality of education. Two years after exploring the origins and nature of the rights of men in her Vindication of the Rights of Men, Wollstonecraft published the present work — a book that shocked even liberals and her own sisters. This Boston edition most likely appeared shortly after the Philadelphia edition printed in the same year (i.e., it appeared in January of 1792); among the prominent American women's rights activists known to have read and been influenced by the Vindication are Judith Sargent Murray, Abigail Adams, and (later) Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Recent quarter calf over marbled paper–covered boards, spine with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels and gilt-stamped devices between raised bands. Half-title mounted; a few leaves with old repairs to lower inner margins. Pages age-toned, with offsetting, staining, and spotting.

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        Flora rustica: exhibiting accurate figures of such plants as are either useful or injurious in husbandry. Drawn and engraved by Frederick P. Nodder, botanic painter to her Majesty, and coloured under his inspection. With scientific characters, popular descriptions, and useful observations.

      F.P. Noder and sold by all Booksellers and Stationers in Great Britain and Ireland, London 1792 - 4 Bde. London, F.P. Noder, and sold by all Booksellers and Stationers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1792-1794. 22x13,5 cm. Mit 145 altkolor. Kupfertafeln (Tafel 33 doppelt vorhanden). Leder-Bde. der Zeit mit Rückenschild, etwas Rückenvergoldung, goldgepr. Deckelfiletierung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Mit marmor. Vorsätzen. Great Flower Books 67. - Dunthorne 196. - Henrey 1023. - Nissen 1291. - Pritzel 5929. - Plesch 328. - Brunet III,312. - Graesse IV,432. - Ebert 13314. - Thomas Martyn (1735-1825) war der Nachfolger seines Vaters als Professor der Botanik an der Cambridge University und Kurator des botanischen Gartens der Universität, Mitglied der Roayl Socienty und der Linnean Society. - Die Kupfer (95 Blumen, 49 bzw. 50 Gräser) in sehr schönem Altkolorit. - Sehr gut erhaltenes, kaum fleckiges, stellenweise schwach gebräuntes Exemplar aus der Bibliothek von George Weare Braikenridge (1775-1856), Broomwell House, mit seinem gestochenen Exlibris. - Rücken mit kaum sichtbare Bruchstelle, dekoratives und komplettes Exemplar. Sprache: Englisch Leder-Bde. der Zeit mit Rückenschild, etwas Rückenvergoldung, goldgepr. Deckelfiletierung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Mit marmor. Vorsätzen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picturesque views on the river Thames, from its source in Glocestershire to the Nore; with observations on the public buildings and other works of art in its vicinity.

      London: T. & J. Egerton 4to (25 cm, 9.8"). 2 vols. I: Add. engr. t.-p., xvi, 209, [3] pp.; 1 map, 27 plts., illus. II: Add. engr. t.-p., viii (incl. t.-p.), 258, [4] pp.; 1 map, 25 plts., illus.. 1792 First edition of Ireland's guidebook to the architectural, botanical, artistic, and historical pleasures to be found along the Thames, featuring assorted poetical digressions as well as descriptions of the splendor of Blenheim Castle and other castles and manors, the disrepair of London Bridge, and paintings by Rubens and Holbein. The two volumes are copiously illustrated with 52 aquatint plates engraved by C. Apostool after drawings by Ireland, 2 maps, and a number of in-text cuts. Period-style quarter calf over marbled paper–covered sides, spines with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels, gilt-ruled raised bands, and gilt-stamped decorations in compartments. Versos only of half-titles, title-pages, and a few other leaves stamped by a now-defunct institution. Plates lightly to moderately spotted, with some instances of light offsetting to pages around plates. Pages faintly age-toned, with edges untrimmed; one leaf with lower outer corner torn away, not touching text. This supplies both handsome, interesting pictures and good, now quaint reading.

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        Das Seifersdorfer Thal.

      Leipzig, Voß & Leo, bzw. Dresden, Schulze, 1792 - 4°. Mit gestoch. Titelvignette und 40 gestoch. Tafeln von J. A. Darnstedt mit Schutzblättern. 4 Bl., 176 S. Erste Ausgabe dieses "Meisterwerkes der Dresdner Landschaftskunst des 18. Jahrhunderts, zugleich auch der Buchkunst" (Lanckoronska/Oehler III, 49). - Die von Darnstedt gestochenen Tafeln, "reizende Radierungen, gleich prachtvoll gezeichnet wie ausgeführt" (ebd.), zeigen neben einer Ansicht von Seifersdorf die Denkmäler im kurz zuvor vollendeten Landschaftsgarten der Gräfin Christina von Brühl. - Gedruckt auf besserem Papier mit breitem Rand. - Rümann 67. - Dekoratives, nahezu fleckenfreies breitrandiges und vollständiges Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Hldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rsch. und Rverg. (etwas berieben, stellenweise etwas fleckig). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historisch - genealogischer Calender auf das Jahr 1793. Mit Genehmhaltung der Königl. Academie der Wisenschaften zu Berlin.

      Berlin Spener 1792 - gest. Portr.- Frontisp. ( Anna Amalia, Prinzessin v. Preussen), gest. Tit., gest. mehrf. gefalt. Karte, 12 Bll. m. 12 Kst.- Taf., 5 Kst.- Portr., 154 SS., 73 Bll., 12°, Ppbd. d. Zt. m. Ganzgoldschnitt ( st. ber., best. u. besch., Rücken mit Bibl.- Aufkleber.). Preussisch-Brandenburgische Staatengeschichte. Vierter Theil. - Viele interessante Porträts (v. Alvensleben, v. Fürst und Kupferberg) sowie eine Karte von Glassbach n. Sotzmann "Der Soldinsche Creis" mit Grenkolorit (16,8 x 19,8 cm ). - Unter den Porträts die seltene Darstellung von Friedrich II im Alter von 2 Jahren als Brustbild im Oval. Gestochen von Meno Haas in Punktiermanier nach Pesne ( von Campe 185 m. Abb.). 1 x gestempelt ( mit "ausgeschieden"), 3 Stiche verso gestempelt. - Vollständiger und zugleich seltener Kalender. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anleitung zur Kenntnis des gestirnten Himmels. Sechste verbesserte Auflage.

      Himburg Berlin 1792 XXIV, 611 Seiten mit einigen gestochen Vignetten und Tabellen. Mit einem in Kupfer gestochenen Porträtfrontispiz Bodes sowie 15 gefalteten Kupferstichtafeln ( die auf dem Titelblatt angegebene *Himmelscharte* hier nicht vorhanden - übrige Kupfer aber vollständig ), Ohldr mit goldgeprägtem Einbandrücken, 8° ( 20,5 x 12,5 cm ). Einband berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Auf dem Titelblatt ein Besitzvermerk \" C D E v:d: Busche \", wenige Seiten teils etwas fleckig bzw. stockfleckig ( Titelblatt und Porträt etwas stärker fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig ) - die Kupferstichkarten meist angeknickt, teils etwas stockfleckig. Insgesamt aber recht gutes Exemplar der seltenen sechsten Auflage. ( Gewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Bode, Himmel, Sterne, Astronomie, Planeten

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        JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BEING THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SECOND CONGRESS... [bound with:] JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; BEING THE SECOND SESSION OF THE SECOND CONGRESS...

      Philadelphia: John Fenno, 1792. Folio. Contemporary sheep, gilt leather label. Minor scattered foxing. Very good. An important pair of rare journals of the Senate from the Second Congress. These important early Congressional documents, describe the actions of the Senate in late 1791 and early 1792, at the height of the Federalist and Anti-Federalist struggle. George Washington's address to Congress, printed here, contains an interesting note about the tax on distilled spirits. Protests to this tax would result in the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. Also contains important early legislation on frontier defenses, Ohio, fisheries, lighthouses, the Mint, and militias. "First edition, first issue of the rare journal containing numerous messages from Pres. Washington...official ratification[s] of the Bill of Rights, the Presidential Succession Act debate and passage, the establishment of the U.S. mint and coinage, the first militia act, and foundation Northwest Territory Acts" - Jenkins. Bound with the first is the Senate journal from the second session of the Second Congress. The Fugitive Slave Act of 1793 was passed in this session of the Senate. The second Senate also passed the Judiciary Act of 1793, further defining the structure of the judicial system of the fledgling nation. This second session of the Senate also passed legislation relating to compensation of the president and vice president, the regulation of foreign coinage, Indian trade and treaties, and more. EVANS 24911, 26333. GOODSPEED 323:29. ESTC W20586. NAIP w020582. JENKINS 505.

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        Über Revolutionen, ihre Quellen und die Mittel dagegen. Den menschlichsten Fürsten gewidmet. 8 Bl., 328 S. Hübscher Halblederbd d. Z. (unteres Kapital mit Wurmspur) mit 2 farbigen Rückenschildern und etwas Rückenvergoldung.

      Berlin, Unger, 1792. - Erste Ausgabe. Der reformierte Prediger und Volkspädagoge Ewald (1747-1822) war ein Jugendfreund Goethes und setzte sich für die Verbesserung des Schulwesens und der Lehrerseminare ein. Die Revolutionsjahre bewogen ihn, auch politisch das Wort zu ergreifen. Seine Schrift 'Über Revolutionen ' erregte jedoch so starkes Mißfallen, dass ihm sein Amt verleidet wurde. Seine Feinde, meist aus adligen Kreisen, strengten sogar einen Prozeß vor dem Reichskammergericht an. Neben einer historischen Abhandlung über Gründe von Revolutionen nimmt die Untersuchung aktueller Mißstände breiten Raum ein: über Zensur, 'Cordonziehen gegen heterodoxe Theorien', Abgaben, Wildhege, Menschenverkauf, Religionsfreiheit usw. Reformen seien nötig, weil das "immer drückender werdende Joch einer verjährten Tyranney endlich die Geduld des Volks zerreißt". – Vorsatz und letzte Blatt mit schwachen Leimschatten. Gutes Exemplar, hervorragend von Unger in Antiqua gedruckt. – Kosch IV 606. Böning/Siegert 3434. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gedenkschriften en reizen [.].

      Haarlem, A. Loosjes, 1791-1792. - 4 volumes bound as 2. 8vo. First title-page with stipple-engraved portrait. Contemporary gold-tooled half calf, sprinkled edges. Remarkably rare (STCN lists only two complete copies) first Dutch edition of the memoirs of Count Mauritius Augustus de Benyovsky (1746-1786) and an account of his travels in China and the North Pacific. Benyovsky, a nobleman of Hungarian origin, had travelled to Poland and Lithuania where he was involved in military operations relating to Poland's struggle for independence from Russia. After being captured by the Russians in 1770, he was sent into exile to Kamchatka peninsula on the eastern Siberian coast. With other prisoners, however, he managed to escape by sea in 1771. On their journey they visited Japan, Formosa, Canton, China and the northern Pacific, well before James Cook and La Perouse. His voyage to Macau was the first known voyage from the north-east to the south-east shores of Asia. The present work contains details on Siberia, the Russian fur trade and the history, life and customs of the natives of Kamchatka. There is also a description of the Kurile and Aleutian islands and Benyovsky claims to have landed on Alaska. In the name of the French government he later led an expedition to Madagascar to establish a French colony of which an account is included. Back in Paris Benyovsky became a close friend of Benjamin Franklin and Casimir Pulasky. In 1779 he followed Pulaski to America and offered his services in the American Revolution. With Benjamin Franklin's assistance he founded an American-British company for business with Madagascar. As the independent ruler of the island he challenged in the name of his empire the European powers. That apparently was too much: Benyovsky perished as Malagasy monarch in 1786 in fights with the French. - In very good condition, with only some light spotting and the bindings slightly worn. STCN (3 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); not in Tiele, Bibl.; cf. Alt-Japan-Katalog 183-190 (other eds.); Cordier, Japonica, cols. 452-453 (idem); Cordier, Sinica, cols. 276-277 (idem). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Teocritou Moschou, kai Bionos Eidyllia Panta. À la suite : Theocriti, Moschi et Bionis Idylla omnia a Bernardo Zamagna Rachusino Latinis Versibus expressa.

      Bodoni, Parme 1792 - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-8 de (4)-175-(1) pp. et (4)-190-(1) pp., demi-maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, filet et guirlande dorés sur les plats, entièrement non rogné (reliure de l'époque). Renouard : « Cette édition supérieure à celle de 1789 in-4° est fort belle et n'a été tirée qu'à 200 exemplaires ». Belle édition en deux parties, texte grec et latin. Exemplaire imprimé sur papier fort ; quelques rousseurs. Brooks, 448 ; La Collezione bodoniana, 152 ; Brunet V, 784.

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        The annual register of the Baptist denomination, in North-America; to the first of November, 1790. Containing an account of the churches and their constitutions, ministers, members, associations, their plan and sentiments, rule and order, proceedings and correspondence. Also remarks upon practical religion.

      [Philadelphia: Pr. by Thomas Dobson Small 4to. iv, 5-57, [1], 69-70 pp.. 1792] According to the OPAC at the American Antiquarian Society, this is "An abridgment of the 70 p. Philadelphia edition (Evans 26583) printed by Dobson in September 1772 [i.e., 1792]. In the present issue, the appendix relating to the Baptist churches of Great Britain (p. 58-66) has been omitted, and p. 57 has been reset. As is the case with the 70 p. issue, the first 16 p. are the same sheets as appear in the original [Richmond, April 1792] edition (Evans 26580), and were probably printed in 1791. Evans, however, postulates that the first 16 p. were printed by Dobson in September 1792. He accounts for their presence in copies of the [Richmond] edition of 60 p. by suggesting that Asplund substituted the corrected Philadelphia sheets for the unsatisfactory sheets of the earlier edition. Cf. the prefaces to the 1794 and 1796 editions, with title: The universal register of the Baptist denomination." In addition to its exhaustive account of who's who and what's where, this lists both principles of belief and "Rules of Decorum"; the latter, e.g., forbid laughing and whispering when another member of the association is speaking in assembly. Between the "Rules of Decorum" and the Index, Asplund remarks on the un-Christian "inconsistency" of "Keeping our fellow-creatures in bondage, who have as good a right was we, both to civil and religions liberty — Not only so; but misusing them, concerning common blessings, which certainly is a violation of the rights of nature and inconsistent with a republican government. Uncut copy. In 20th-century black buckram binding. Ex-library with bookplate but no other markings.

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        Collège Dramatique et Lyrique d'Amsterdam. Manuscrit].

      1792-1793 1792 - Manuscrit in-folio (36 x 28 cm) de (8) ff. sur peau de vélin et 1 tableau imprimé sur double page monté sur onglet, maroquin brun à grains longs, dos muet à nerfs, frise à froid d'encadrement sur les plats (reliure de l'époque). Accidents sur les coiffes. Exceptionnel registre de souscription sur parchemin du Théâtre Français à Amsterdam qui connut un grand succès à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Messieurs les commissaires du collège dramatique et lyrique feront donner à Messieurs les souscripteurs soussignés sous la direction des sieurs Emmanuel et Moulinneuf auxquels ils ont confié la Régie et l'administration du spectacle de la troupe pour le courant de cette année 1792. « En 1781, quelques riches amateurs des arts et des sciences formèrent le projet de créer un cercle fermé appellé Collège dramatique et lyrique, qui devait faire représenter des pièces de théâtre et des opéras français à Amsterdam. On y construisit une scène, on fit venir les meilleurs acteurs et actrices français. Bientôt la salle devint trop petite : il s'éleva dans la ville, des voix pour réclamer que le spectacle fût public. La bonne réputation de la troupe fut cause que les Régents du Théâtre hollandais firent un accord avec le Comité du Cercle afin de faire jouer, au profit de l'Orphelinat et de l'Hospice des Vieillards, les artistes du Collège dramatique et lyrique pendant la saison d'été et la foire, lorsque le Théâtre hollandais faisait relâche : dans ce but on érigea un joli théâtre provisoire sur la Place de Leyde » (Fransen). Un réglement en douze articles, imprimé et relié sur double page en tête de volume, fut établi en 1783 à l'attention des souscripteurs : l'abonnement pour 60, 40 ou 20 ducats était le seul moyen d'assister aux représentations appelées collèges (le prix de souscription sera pour chaque place souscrite de vingt ducats pour les 80 premiers collèges). 321 souscripteurs ont apposé leur signature sur trois colonnes pour la saison 1792 qui court jusqu'à Pâques 1793 ; un second tableau préparé à la suite précédé du même avertissement est resté vierge. Provenance Daniel Grand d'Hauteville, l'un des quatre commissaires du théâtre avec sa signature autographe inscrite en tête de liste des souscripteurs et deux ex-libris nominatifs collés sur le contreplat supérieur, le premier de sa bibliothèque, le second à ses armes. Voir : Les comédiens français en Hollande au XVIIe et au XVIIIe siècle, J. Fransen, 1925, Collection Bibliothèque de la Revue de littérature comparée, p. 325. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Zoologia adriatica, ossia Catalogo ragionato degli Animali del Golfo e delle Lagune di Venezia; preceduto da una Dissertazione sulla Storia fisica e naturale del Golfo; e accompagnato da Memorie, ed Osservazioni di Fisica Storia naturale ed Economia. In fine : Lettera del Signor Giovanni Strange al Signor West .. contenente la Descrizione di alcune Spugne assai curiose dei lidi del Mare Mediterraneo in Italia, ...

      Bassano, 1792, 4to rilegato in mezza pergamena con angoli, con tassello, fregi dorati e cinque snodi al dorso, pp. (10)-334-XXXII con 9 grandi tavole (tre raffiguranti granchi e due conchiglie) incise in rame e ripiegate in fine. Nissen ZBI, 3010.

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        La Magie Blanche dévoilée. [Suivi de :] Supplément à la Magie Blanche dévoilée ; Testament de Jerome Sharp ; Codicille de Jerome Sharp ; Les Petites aventures de Jérôme Sharp.

      J.F. Desoer 1792-1793, Paris, Liège, Bruxelles - 5 vol. in-8, basane racinée, dos lisse orné de petits fers à la patte d'oie, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin fauve et vert, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Première collective très rare publiée chez Desoer en 1792 et 1793 des travaux du magicien Henri Decremps sur la prestidigitation et la physique amusante dont les cinq parties avaient paru une première fois séparément entre 1784 et 1789. La Magie Blanche dévoilée, ou Explication des Tours surprenans qui font depuis peu l'admiration de la Capitale & de la Province. Avec des réflexions sur la Baguette Divinatoire, les Automates joueurs d'Échecs, &c. &c. Ouvrage orné de 101 figures. Paris, Liège, Desoer, 1792. In-8 de VIII-118 pp. (1) f. de table imprimé au verso des 5 tomes de la série - 2 planches hors-texte gravées sur cuivre dont 1 frontispice (léger caviardage sur la nudité féminine de la planche Fig. 17). Supplément à la Magie Blanche dévoilée, contenant l'explication de plusieurs tours nouveaux, joués depuis peu à Londres. Avec des éclaircissements sur les artifices des joueurs de profession, les Cadrans sympathiques, le Mouvement perpétuel, les Chevaux savans, les Poupées parlantes, les Automates dansans, les Ventriloques, les Sabots élastiques, &c. &c. Paris, Liège, Desoer, 1792. In-8 de 270-(2) pp. Petites déchirures en marge de deux feuillets sans perte de lettres. Testament de Jerome Sharp, Professeur de Physique amusante ; où l'on trouve parmi plusieurs tours de subtilité, qu'on peut exécuter sans aucune dépense, des Préceptes et des exemples sur l'art de faire des chansons im-promptu ; pour servir de complément à la magie blanche dévoilée ; par M. Decremps, du Musée de Paris. Paris, Liège, Desoer, 1793. In-8 de XVI-262 pp. Les 2 planches de musique manquent. Codicille de Jérôme Sharp, Professeur de Physique amusante ; Où l'on trouve, parmi plusieurs tours dont il n'est point parlé dans son Testament, diverses Récréations relatives aux Sciences & Beaux-Arts ; pour servir de troisième suite à la Magie blanche dévoilée ; avec 64 figures. Paris, Liège, Desoer, 1793. In-8 de (4)-244 pp., 2 planches repliées Les Petites Aventures de Jérôme Sharp, Professeur de Physique amusante ; ouvrage contenant autant de tours ingénieux que de leçons utiles, avec quelques petits portraits à la manière noire ; par l'auteur de la Magie Blanche. 18 figures. Bruxelles, Liège, Desoer, 1793. In-8 de XII pp. dont 1 frontispice, 266 pp. Juriste et mathématicien, secrétaire interprète à la Cour d'Angleterre, Henri Decremps (1746-1826) publia en 1784 La Magie blanche dévoilée afin de démasquer charlatans et escrocs dont le plus fameux d'entre eux à la veille de la Révolution Joseph Pinetti, prétendu physicien et magicien de la cour de Louis XVI qui publiait la même année ses Amusements physiques. Decremps le premier démystifia l'escamoteur par l'explication de toutes ses expériences (tours de cartes, gobelets et gibecières etc.) et dressa la liste des techniques de tricherie, comme les faux mélanges, les sauts de coupe, la donne en second etc. Des feuillets roussis, menues restaurations à la reliure. Très bon exemplaire en reliure d'époque de la bibliothèque du Grand Séminaire de Viviers avec son ex-libris "Ex bibliotheca n°1. Seminarii Vivariensis". Caillet I, 2861à 2864 pour les éditions originales ; Fechner, Bibliographie de la Prestidigitation Française, p. 152 ; Hall, Old Conjuring Books, pp. 156-158, 174 ; Ruegg, Bibliographie de la prestidigitation française, p. 31-32.

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        A collection of eight pamphlets,

      published variously in Newcastle, Leeds, Nottingham, Manchester, and Bristol, 1792-1797. eight pamphlets in one vol., 12mo., various paginations, contemporary sheep, neatly and appropriately rebacked, spine gilt lettered, with the remains of a Bethel Library label> on front pastedown, minor and very occasional soiling, some overall paper browning but overall in very good state of preservation. The collection comprises: 1. [KILHAM, Alexander]> An address to the members and friends of the Methodist Society, in Newcastle.> [Newcastle-upon-Tyne?], 1792. 12mo., 24pp., with the early signature of Robert Hudson> at head of title-page. Rare: ESTC finds copies only at BL + Bodleian + John Rylands. 2. [KILHAM, Alexander]> An account of the trials of Alexr. Kilham at two district meetings previous to his trial at the Conference held at London 1796. Written by himself.> 12mo., 48pp., wanting the printed title, which is supplied in manuscript in a near-contemporary hand, last page rather soiled. Apparently rare, the ms. title not corresponding to any entry in ESTC. 3. KILHAM, Alexander> An account of the trial of Alexander Kilham, Methodist preacher, before the General Conference in London: on the 26th. 27th. and 28th. July, 1796. Written by himself.> Nottingham: printed by C. Sutton. n.d. [1796]. 12mo., vi + 53 + (3)pp., including the final advertisement leaf. 4. KILHAM, Alexander> A defnce [sic] of the account, published by Alexander Kilham, of his trial before the London Conference, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six in answer to Messrs. Mather, Pawson, and Benson. Written by himself.> Leeds: printed by Binns and Brown; and sold by all the distributors of the Methodist Monitor. n.d. [1796]. 12mo., 58 + (2)pp., including the final blank E6, with a couple of near-contemporary amendments in ink (relating to Kilham's travelling expenses). Rare: ESTC finding copies only at Duke + Perkins School of Theology (SMU) outside UK. 5. [FREE ENQUIRY]> Free enquiry, mutual deliberation, and liberty of conscience, proved to be the only bonds of lasting union amongst the Methodists. Exemplified from the avowed sentiments of the most respectable preachers and leading friends in our connexion. Published in near fifty pamphlets and circular letters, since the death of the Rev. Mr. Wesley.> Bristol: printed and sold by R. Edwards. 1796. 12mo., 99 + (1)pp., the last two leaves with cuts and some tiny holes resulting in loss of a few letters on p.99, the sense unimpaired however. 6. KILHAM, Alexander> Short remarks on a pamphlet, entitled 'An explanation of Mr. Kilham's statement of the preachers allowance'. Signed in behalf of the late Nottingham District Meeting. Thomas Hanby, chairman.> Nottingham: printed by C. Sutton. 1796. 12mo., 12pp. Rare: ESTC finds copies only at BL + John Rylands + Wesley Coll. and at Duke + Perkins School of Theology (SMU) + Texas. 7. [APPEAL TO THE MEMBERS]> An appeal to the members of the Methodist Connexion: being an answer to the Manchester protest, dated the 14th day of October, 1796. With some remarks upon the minutes of the District Meeting, held at Manchester, on Wednesday the 30th November, and Thursday the 1st. of December. 1796.> [Manchester?] [1797]. 12mo., 29 + (1)pp. Rare: ESTC finding copies at BL + John Rylands + Lincoln Coll. Oxford and at Duke + Perkins (SMU). 8. SHAW, Thomas> A letter to Mr. Alexander Mather, as a reply to his addenda to the Manchester protest, in which Mr. Pawson is also mentioned: to which is added a search for truth in Messrs. Pawson and Mather's Address to the Methodist Societies, with an epistle to the Methodists prefixed.> n.d. [Leeds?] n.d. [1797?]. 12mo., 24pp. Rare: ESTC finding copies only at John Rylands + Lincoln Coll. Oxford and at Duke + Texas. A remarkably good group of contemporary material by Alexander Kilham and others leading up to the traumatic birth of the Methodist New Connexion 1797. 'This, the first of the Methodist secessions, originated six years after the death of J. Wesley (1791). The leader of the 'reforming' movement which led to the disruption, Alexander Kilham, was ordained a minister in the Methodist Church in 1792. In the controversy on the relationship of Methodism to the C. of E., he strongly supported complete separation, contending that Methodists should have the right to receive Communion from their own preachers. He also desired the lay members of the Church to take a much greater part in its administration than government through Wesley's Conference of preachers allowed. Kilham embodied his proposals for reform in a booklet in which he also exposed what seemed to him abuses of the existing system. His writings and agitation led to his trial by the Wesleyan Conference of 1796 and expulsion. In 1797 Kilham and his supporters summoned a Convention to negotiate with the Conference; but as the Conference's concessions did not affect the central issue, viz., the representation of the laity in the ruling courts of the Church, Kilham at once founded the 'New Itinerancy' or 'Methodist New Connexion'. When its second Conference was held, a year later, the denomination had 15 ministers. On Kilham's death in 1798 he was succeeded by William Thom; and, despite the early loss of its first leader and great poverty, the New Connexion rapidly grew.' [F.L. Cross in The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church,> pp.894-5.]

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        Trattato elementare, ovvero principj di fisica fondati sulle nozioni pi? certe tanto antiche, che moderne, e confermati dall'esperienza. Prima edizione veneta, Riveduta ed emendata sull'originale.

      Venezia, appresso Lorenzo Baseggio, 1792, cinque volumi rilegati in tre in mezza pelle coeva con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, pp. XII-204 253 con 4 11 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate in fine pp. 376 con 16 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate in fine pp. 468 142 con 15 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate in fine. Complessivamente 46 tavole. L'ultimo volume contiene anche un'importante parte di circa 40 pagine di "sinonimia", che illustra la corrispondenza fra i nomi antichi e moderni delle sostanze chimiche e un completo indice delle materie, quasi un dizionario in ordine alfabetico.

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        Rights of Man: being an Answer to Mr Burke's Attack on the French Revolution. Part I.

      Printed for J.S. Jordan. 1792 [Part II]. Printed for H.D. Symonds. Two parts in one. iv, 78pp, bound without final ad. leaf; vii, [2], 10-91, [3]pp appendix, lacks final ad. leaf. 12mo. Cheap coarse paper; old but not intrusive waterstaining, occasional dusting. Bound in contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, vellum fore-edges; boards rubbed & neatly rebacked. Michael Foot's copy with his signature & note on front endpaper.ESTC N13084, not in BL. This issue has no price below the date on the titlepage. T5879 is the variant with the final page of text numbered 91, and the last line of the second page of the Appendix beginning: corruption and taxation. The first part was initially published by Johnson in February of 1791, but it was suppressed immediately and is of the greatest rarity. The first edition available for public sale was issued by Jordan in March, who inserted a cancelled titlepage with his own imprint. The second part was brought out in London by Jordan on February 16th 1792. Thomas Paine prepared two combined editions of the work, containing both parts, the first being a cheaply produced publication by Symonds. Because of the risk of prosecution certain passages were omitted and replaced by asterisks, the missing content being alluded to in footnotes. The other 'combined' edition was prepared during his imprisonment in France and published by Daniel Isaac Eaton in 1795. This present copy appears to have been bound together at the time, but combines Jordan and Symonds printings, both on the same paper, and both with the asterisks and footnotes.

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        A Dictionary of the English Language; in which the Words are deduced from their Originals, explained in their different Meanings, and authorised by the Name of the Writers in whose Works they are found. Abstracted from the Folio Edition by the Author. To which are prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language, and the Preface to the Folio Edition.

      London: Printed for J.F. and C. Rivington, etc., 1792., 1792. The Tenth Edition. 8vo.; not paginated. Bound in full brown morocco with brown title label and date in gilt to spine; brown end papers. Binding a little rubbed. Numerical date below the roman numeral printed one and 'embellishments' to the title page, owner's name to top of Preface page and last blank, all in ink in a contemporary hand. Light general browning; last page creased. Shows well. Very good indeed.

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        Di Bagni di Lucca Tratto de

      Lucca: Giuseppi Rocchi, 1792. First (and only) edition. Engraved vignette title page by Giuseppe Angeli, 2 folding tables, 5 engraved headpieces, and one large folding engraved view of Lucca engraved by Giuseppe Angeli after G.d. Malerbi xvi, 312 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary vellum. Engraved title extended at outer margin, occasional smudge or stain, bit overall a superb, fresh copy. With the armorial bookplate of the Galleti library on endpaper, and discreet library stamp on title page. Angeli, Giuseppe. First (and only) edition. Engraved vignette title page by Giuseppe Angeli, 2 folding tables, 5 engraved headpieces, and one large folding engraved view of Lucca engraved by Giuseppe Angeli after G.d. Malerbi xvi, 312 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. The Thermal Baths of Lucca. The ancient Tuscan baths of Lucca rivaled those of Motecatini and S. Giuliano for their therapeutic virtues. Moscheni wrote this study while professor of anatomy and medicine at the Institute of Medical Surgery. One feature is a beautiful panoramic folding engraved view "Veduta dei Bagni di Lucca" engraved by the Venetian painter GIUSEPPE ANGELI (1712-1798).

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        DICCIONARIO HISTÓRICO ¿ PORTATIL DE LAS ÓRDENES RELIGIOSAS Y MILITARES, Y DE LAS CONGREGACIONES REGULARES Y SECULARES, QUE HAN EXISTIDO EN VARIAS PARTES DEL MUNDO HASTA EL DÍA DE HOY- Que contiene su Origen, Progresos, Elevación, y Abatimiento, la extinción de algunas, y la reforma de otras, con los hábitos, é insignias que las distinguen. 2 Tomos.

      - Madrid. Imp. Blas Román. 1792 / 1793. 21x14 cm. T. I, portada + 2 h. + CLXXXVIII + 260 págs. * T. II, portada restaurada + 1 h. + 534 págs. 1 h. pleno pergamino a la romana de la época, titulo rotulado en los lomos, márgenes correctos y limpio. Resto de sello de tampón antiguo propietario. # heráldica. Diccionario [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Poi cessa colla Sera ogni lavoro". Der Hirtentanz auf der Brücke.

      - Radierung, Rom 1792, auf Velin. 28:38 cm. Rundum auf die Plattenkante geschnitten. Literatur: Andresen 77, mit der Unterschrift und mit dem Künstlernamen. Blatt II der 6-Blatt-Folge „Die Landschaften im heroischen Stil. Reinhart studierte erst in Leipzig Theologie und nahm dann bei A.F. Oeser (1717-1799) Kunstunterricht. 1783 lernte er in Dresden J.Chr. Klengel (1751-1824) kennen, der ihn stark beeinflußte. 1785 begegnete er Schiller und schloß Freundschaft mit dem Dichter. In Meiningen, wo er 1786-1789 lebte und sich sein Landschaftsstil ausbildete, wurde er engster Vertrauter des Herzogs. 1789 zog er nach Rom. Dort ging er unter dem Einfluß von J.A. Koch (1768-1839) und A.J. Carstens (1754-1798) zum heroischen Landschaftsstil über. Ab 1825 erhielt er durch König Ludwig I. von Bayern eine Pension. 1839 wurde er Ehrenmitglied der Münchener Akademie und Bayerischer Hofmaler.

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        Oeuvres d'histoire naturelle. Nouvelle édition en quarante volumes, où l'on a réuni, à leur article principal, les additions, qui, dans les éditions précédentes, se trouvent dispersées en différens tomes.

      chez la Nouvelle Société Typographique, Berne 1792 - 40 vol. in-8, demi-basane brune à petits coins, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, pièces de titre en veau rouge et de tomaison en veau vert (reliure de l'époque). Frontispice dessiné et gravé par F. Lardy, portrait d'après Lardy par Adam Töpffer, 3 cartes d'après Robert de Vaugondy et 277 planches. I-III : Théorie de la terre. IV-VII : Minéralogie. VIII : Epoques de la nature. IX-XIII : Histoire générale des animaux et de l'homme. XIV-XXII : Quadrupèdes. XXIII-XL ; Oiseaux. Nissen, ZBI, 680. Très bon exemplaire.

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        Het vernieuwde licht des koophandels of grondig onderwys in de koopmansrekenkunst . volgens wiskundige gronden, 2nd edition. Amsterdam, Elwe, 1792,

      - Original card board covers. 16+332 pag. Good copy. B0157.

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        Frühes Schriftzeugnis: Eintragung in dem Stammbuch / Freundschaftsalbum einer Cousine, Stargardt 1810.

      - Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach (1792-1847), Chirurg; Begründer der plastischen Chirurgie, entwickelte zahlreiche, zum Teil noch heute gültige Operationsmethoden. - - Freundschaftsalbum der Friederike Amalia Elisabeth Susemihl (1783-1854), Tochter des Pastors zu Kambs. Titelblatt der Besitzerin und 77 Eintragungen aus den Jahren 1797 bis 1805 sowie ein Nachtrag a. d. J. 1810 (2 Eintragungen mit Tintenkringeln weitgehend unkenntlich gemacht). Meist Rostock (54), ferner Blankenhagen (1), Brudersdorf (1), (Burg) Stargard (2), Gnoien (2), Groß Methling (2), Moisall (10), Oberhagen (1), Schwarzin (1) und ohne Ortsangabe (3). Geschmückt mit 6 Aquarellen, einer Grisaille-Malerei, einer feinen Stickerei (Blume) und einer Haarlocke. 92 Bll. quer-8°, davon 68 beschriftet oder illustriert. Blau-grüner Seidenband der Zeit mit Initialen und Jahr "F.A.E.S. / 1800", goldgeprägter Deckelbordüre und schwarzgeprägten Eckstücken, Goldschnitt und Leimpapier-Vorsätzen. Deckel berieben, Rücken stilgerecht erneuert. - - Die Eintragungen stammen aus dem Familien- und Freundeskreis der Besitzerin; an erster Stelle ist der große Chirurg Johann Friedrich Dieffenbach zu nennen, der über seine Mutter von mecklenburgischer Herkunft war und in Rostock aufwuchs. Die Besitzerin schloss ihr Album, als sie1805 den Pastor in (Burg) Stargard, Samuel Gottfried Dühr (1765-1808) heiratete, 1810 öffnete sie es noch einmal anlässlich des Besuchs ihres 18-jährigen Vetters Dieffenbach, sich mit einer (leicht abgewandelten) Strophe aus Friedrich von Matthissons Gedicht "Die Kinderjahre" eintrug: - - "Ach bis zu Charons Kahne - Schweift unsrer Wünsche Noth - Der Kindheit leichte Plane - Begränzt das Abendroth; - Wir ahnen Sturm u. Klippen - Bei sonnenheitrer Fahrt, - Sie hängt mit Bienenlippen - Nur an der Gegenwart. - - Stargard den 16 Octb. 1810 Dein F. Dieffenbach / stud. theolog." - - (Im Sommersemester 1810 hatte Dieffenbach sein Studium der Theologie aufgenommen, das er später in Greifswald fortsetzte, ehe er, nach seiner Teilnahme als Freiwilliger in den Befreiungskriegen, zur Medizin wechselte.) - - Dieffenbach hatte sich in einer nicht datierten Eintragung - der kindlich ungelenken Schrift nach zu urteilen Jahre zuvor geschrieben - schon einmal an Versen versucht, allerdings wurde diese missglückte Eintragung ebenso wie eine weitere von unbekannter Hand von der Besitzerin mit Tintenkringeln weitgehend unkenntlich gemacht. - - Dieffenbachs Eintragung von 1810 gegenüber steht die seiner Mutter Sophie Dieffenbach geb. Buddik (Rostock 9.VII.1805), ferner finden sich Eintragungen seiner Schwester Philippine (Rostock 9.VII.1803) und eines C. F. Dieffenbach (Rostock 8.X.1803). - Nach dem frühen Tod ihres Ehemannes Conrad Philipp Dieffenbach (1765-1794), Lehrer am Collegium Friedericianum in Königsberg, war Sophie Dieffenbach mit ihren Kindern in ihre Heimatstadt Rostock zurückgekehrt. - - Identifiziert sind ferner: - - Conradine Beck geb. Friederich (1769-1840), Tochter des Superintendenten Johann Gottlieb Friederich (1738-1794), ab 1803 verheiratet mit dem Philosophen Jacob Sigismund Beck (1761-1840), Rektor der Rostocker Universität (s. ADB). - Rostock 9.VII.1805. - - Agneta ("Agnes") Haack (1772-1808), lebte ab 1799 als Gesellschafterin der Familie Rudloff (s. u.) auf Gut Moisall als Nachfolgerin ihrer jüngeren Schwester Julie Haack, die 1799 den Regensburger Historiker und Diplomaten Christian Gottlieb Gumpelzhaimer (1766-1841, s. ADB) geheiratet hatte; nach deren Tod 1802 folgte sie ihr 1805 auch als Ehefrau Gumpelzhaimers. - Moisall 15.VI.1800. - - Friedrich Christian Matthäus Hauswedell (1783 Petschow - 1862 Rostock), 1812-1857 Pastor in Petschow (über Generationen "Familienpfarre" der Hauswedells), dann Rückkehr nach Rostock. - Rostock 13.X.1800. - - Maria Dorothea ("Dorette") Mussäus geb. Susemihl ( 1755 Bössow - 1805 Groß Methling) Ehefrau des Pastors Johann Nathanael Mussäus (1741 Güstrow - 1811 Gr. Methling) und Mutter des . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mythologischer Almanach für Damen. Herausgegeben von (.). Mit gestochenem Titel und zwölf Kupfern in rot-braun (ASMUS JAKOB CARSTENS del., DANIEL BERGER sc.).

      bei Johann Friedrich Unger, Berlin 1792 - Kl-8°. Front., Titel, (1) Bl. Vorbericht, 187, (3) S. Verlagsanzeigen. Etwas späterer Halblederband mit Rückenschild. mit Rückenschild. Ecken etwas bestoßen, Vordergelenk mit 3cm Einriss. Erste Ausgabe (Goedeke V,491,16; Köhring S.15; nicht bei Lanck./R.; Slg. Deneke 728; fehlt in der Slg.Weisstein). - Titelei und die meisten Tafeln mit teils deutlichem Feuchtrand, teils etwas stockfleckig. Auf holländischem Papier. Eine der seltensten Schriften MORITZ'. Inhaltlich ist der Almanch wenig bekannt. C.G.LENZ (in Nekrolog 1793) schreibt: "Zum Almanach hatte GÖTHE die Idee und den Plan an die Hand gegeben. Die demselben eingewebten Gedichte zur römischen Liturgie sind auch von GÖTHE." P.A.Hünich wiederholt dies in Zeitschrift für Bücherfreunde. NF 3,120. Dazu finde ich in der GOETHE-Literatur keinen Hinweis. Ebenso wenig bekannt ist, dass die Vorlagen für die Kupfer von ASMUS CARSTENS (Schleswig 1754 - 1798 Rom) stammen, der MORITZ um 1790 in Berlin kennengelernt hatte und, von dessen Kunstanschauung stark beeinflußt, Lehrer der "Gypsklasse" an der Akademie wurde. CARSTENS hatte schon die Vorlagen für die Umrißradierungen zu MORITZ' Götterlehre nach Gemmen aus der LIPPERT'schen Daktyliothek gezeichnet. Für MORITZ wie für CARSTENS waren Gemmen, die zu einem großen Teil später als Fälschungen erkannt wurden, "Dokumente antiker Bildvorstellungen, die für [den] Zweck einer Veranschaulichung antiker Mythologie deswegen besonders gut geeignet ., weil sich in ihnen die Vielfalt der antiken Götterwelt reicher spiegelte als in irgendeiner anderen Gattung der antiken Kunst." (vgl.: Frank Büttner. A.J.C. und K.Ph.M. Ss.95-127, in: Nordelbingen, Bd.52). CARSTENS war jedoch mit den spröden Abbildungen der Götterlehre gar nicht zufrieden. Tatsächlich sind die Kupfer des Almanachs in ihrer Feinheit mit diesen nicht zu vergleichen. GOETHE äußerte verschiedentlich seinen großen Respekt für CARSTENS' Kunst und erwarb 1809 den "bedeutenden Schatz ., die hinterlassenen Zeichnungen" CARSTENS' aus dem Besitz von dessen Freund und Biographen C.L.FERNOW für die weimarischen Kunstsammlungen. Noch im Jahr der Veröffentlichung des Almanachs ging ASMUS CARSTENS nach Rom. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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