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      Printed for John Stockdale, London 1793 - Two volumes. xi,[1],225,[1]pp. plus plates; vii,[1],187,[1]pp. plus plates. Royal octavo. Full modern plum-brown crush levant, raised bands, gilt labels, a.e.g. Frontis, engraved title vignettes. Occasional light foxing and isolated finger smudges, but a very good, large set (256 x 155 mm), neatly bound. First Stockdale edition, first impression, on unwatermarked paper and with the long 's' throughout. This edition is notable for the inclusion of twelve engravings executed by William Blake, as well as engravings by Grainger, Mazell and others. "Mr. Blake" is also present in the substantial Subscribers list at the end of the second volume, which is followed by an advertisement for Barlow's AESOP. A concealed reprint on paper watermarked 1809 or 1810 utilizes the modern 's' throughout. BENTLEY & NURMI 371a. KEYNES 106. RAY 1. ESTC N9619.

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        Narração da arribada das Princezas Africanas ao porto desta capital de Lisboa, seu desembarque para terra, alojamento no Palacio das Necessidades, hida para Quéluz, seu embarque, e volta para Tangere .

      Lisbon, Na Offic da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1793. - 4°, mid-nineteenth-century quarter tan sheep over marbled boards (some slight rubbing; very small repairs to corners), flat spine with gilt fillets and "MISCELLANEA" lettered in gilt, text block edges sprinkled blue-green. Dedication printed in facing pages of Arabic and Portuguese, second leaf verso to fourth leaf recto. In fine condition. Contemporary ink manuscript index of the 11 titles bound in this volume on front free endleaf verso. Old ink manuscript errata leaf bound in before rear free endleaf. (4 ll.), 36 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this eyewitness description of the visit of Moroccan princesses to Portugal in 1793. In April 1793, as he was preparing to go to war with the future Suleiman II (1795-1822) against another brother who had claimed the throne, Molei Abdessalam, son of Mahomet XVI, sent his wives, concubines, and children on a ship bound for Salé, with instructions that if they could not reach that city they were to go to Portugal. Due to contrary winds and illness on board, the ship put into the bay of Cascais, where João de Sousa (a native of Damascus, and a fluent speaker of Arabic) was sent to meet them. The wives were entertained royally, introduced to the king at Queluz, and given tours of the surrounding area. They embarked for Morocco in early August. At the end of this account is a list of those aboard the ship, including their guide, Arraes, a Jew who had converted to Islam, a eunuch, 17 musicians, 30 male servants, 109 slaves, a woman from Georgia, and the daughter of a renegade Irishman.*** Innocêncio IV, 42: calling for only 36 pp. Not in JFB (1994). Monteverde 5162. Not in Palha. Not in Azevedo-Samodães, Ameal or Avila-Perez. Porbase locates five copies: four at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and one at the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Copac repeats the British Library and adds Oxford University. KVK (51 databases searched) locates the copies cited by Porbase, plus the ones at Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and Herzog August Bibliothek. NUC: MH, DCU-IA, IEN.*** BOUND WITH: OSORIO, José Fructuoso Ayres de Gouvêa, ed. Sociedade Agricola do Porto. Documentos, relatorio e notas relativas á exposição d'agricultura realizada nos dias 12, 13 e 14 de Julho de 1857, e promovida por uma commissão da Sociedade Agricola do Porto . Porto: Na Typographia de Sebastião José Pereira, 1857. 4º, 63 pp., large folding lithograph view of the exhibition. Lithograph vignette on title page. In fine condition.FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The author (1827-after 1873), a native of Porto, earned degrees in philosophy (1847) and medicine (1849) from Coimbra University, and a doctorate in medicine from Edinburgh University. He was professor of hygine and forensic medicine at the Escola Medico-Cirurgica do Porto, president of the Sociedade de Instrucção do Porto, and a member of the French Legion of Honor.* Innocêncio XII, 339; for the author, see also IV, 358; XII, 338-9. Not located in OCLC. Porbase locates two copies: one in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, the other at the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa (without mention of the folding plate). Not located in Copac. KVK (51 databases searched) locates only the copies cited by Porbase. AND BOUND WITH:BARRETO-FEIO, Florêncio Mago. Relatorio da administração da Sancta Casa da Misericordia de Coimbra de 26 de Julho de 1860 a 15 de Julho de 1861 . Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade, 1861. 4º, 32 pp., very large folding table. Wood engraved arms of Misericordia de Coimbra with royal crown on title page. In fine condition.FIRST and ONLY EDITION.The author (1819-?), a native of Porto, was a member of the Royal Council. He earned a doctorate in mathematics from Coimbra University, and taught the subject at the university's Faculdade de Mathematica.* Not in Innocêncio; see II, 307 for three other works by the author, and biographical information. Not located in OCLC. Not located in Porbase, which cites two copies of a s [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Petit Neptune Francais: or, French Coasting Pilot.

      London: for W. Faden, 1793. - FADEN, William (1749-1836). Le Petit Neptune Francais: or, French Coasting Pilot, for the coast of Flanders, Channel, Bay of Biscay, and Mediterranean, to which is added the coast of Italy from the River Var To Orbitello: with the Gulf of Naples and the island of Corsica. London: for W. Faden, 1793. 4to (10 4/8 x 8 2/8 inches). Engraved frontispiece showing the Tower of Cordouan, 37 fine folding engraved charts, and 2 full-page, of the coast of France, 3 folding plates of coastal profiles (short separation at fold to map of "L'Orient to St. Gilles", occasional light spotting and offsetting). Contemporary half tan sprinkled calf, marbled paper boards, yellow edges (extremities scuffed, chipped with minor loss at the head and foot of the spine). In anticipation of a war with revolutionary France, William Faden re-engraved charts that had appeared in Thomas Jeffery's "Le Petit Neptune Francois" of 1761.Initially Britain did not involve itself in the French Revolution, but in 1793 France declared war, and for the next 22 years the Royal Navy reigned supreme. The first major naval battle of the conflict, fought on the first of June, 1794, was the Battle of the First of June, also called the Battle of the Glorious First of June, or the Battle of Ushant. Fought between the French and the British in the Atlantic Ocean about 430 miles west of the Breton island of Ouessant, or Ushant, the battle arose out of an attempt by the British Channel fleet, under Admiral Earl Richard Howe, to intercept a grain convoy from the United States that was being escorted into Brest, France, by the French Atlantic fleet, under Rear Admiral Louis Thomas Villaret-Joyeuse. The next, Battle of the Nile, also called Battle of Aboukir Bay, was fought on August 1st, 1798). One of the greatest victories of the British Admiral Horatio Nelson, it was fought between the British and French fleets in Abu Qir Bay, near Alexandria, Egypt. Arguably the most famous naval conflict, almost of all time, was the Battle of Trafalgar, "which established British naval supremacy for more than 100 years" (Encyclopedia Britannica). Fought west of Cape Trafalgar, Spain, between Cádiz and the Strait of Gibraltar, a fleet of 33 ships (18 French and 15 Spanish) under Admiral Pierre de Villeneuve fought, and lost, against a British fleet of 27 ships commanded by Admiral Horatio Nelson. In 1764, Faden was apprenticed to the Fleet Street engraver James Wigley. By "1773 he was in partnership with the family of the recently deceased map maker Thomas Jefferys, at Jefferys's premises on the corner of St Martin's Lane. The partnership with the younger Jefferys was dissolved in 1776, the same year in which Faden became an active member of the Society of Civil Engineers (later the Smeatonian Society of Civil Engineers), the influential dining club of John Smeaton and other leading practical men of the day founded in 1771. "In the years of the American wars Faden came to prominence with maps and atlases of considerable historical note, some of the materials for which survive in the Library of Congress. He is glimpsed at this time as the ‘very accurate, industrious young man’ commended by Thomas Pownall. In 1783 his father's will enabled him to establish full control of the business. That same year he was appointed to ‘the place and quality of Geographer in Ordinary to his Majesty’. "Systematic in the acquisition of the best available maps, Faden developed the most competent cartographic service of the period. His was an international concern, in contact with map makers throughout Europe. He supplied government departments and commissioned fresh surveys. A gold medallist of the Society of Arts in 1796, his activities foreshadowed the emergence of national cartographic agencies. He brought out the first published Ordnance Survey map, An Entirely New & Accurate Survey of the County of Kent (1801). Some of his plates were likewise adopted as official Admiralty charts. When he moved at this time to l [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Narrative of the Transactions Personally Relating to the Unfortunate Lewis the Sixteenth, King of France and Navarre; from the Period of his Evasion from Paris, on the Twentieth of June, 1791, to his Death, on January, 1793.

      London: W. Locke, 1793. - Large 4to., (11 x 9 inches). 6 engraved plates, EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 47 engraved plates of views and portraits, and one 4-page facsimile letter (one or two marginal repairs). Contemporary full blue morocco gilt, with the supra libros of Louis XVI on the front cover, by Morrell, top edges gilt, others uncut (binding just touched at the edges). Being an account of the trials and tribulations of Louis XVI of France from his capture while trying to flee Paris, to his death by guillotine in 1793: "Lethargic in temperament, lacking political insight, and therefore incapable of appreciating the need to compromise, Louis continued to divert himself by hunting and with his personal hobbies of making locks and doing masonry. Louis’s resistance to popular demands was one of the causes of the forcible transfer of the royal family from Versailles to the Tuileries Palace in Paris on October 6. The outbreak of the war with Austria in April 1792, the suspected machinations of the queen’s "Austrian committee," and the publication of the manifesto by the Austrian commander, the duke of Brunswick, threatening the destruction of Paris if the safety of the royal family were again endangered, led to the capture of the Tuileries by the people of Paris and provincial militia on Aug. 10, 1792. It also led to the temporary suspension of the king’s powers by the Legislative Assembly and the proclamation of the First French Republic on September 21. In November, proof of Louis XVI’s secret dealings with Mirabeau and of his counterrevolutionary intrigues with the foreigners was found in a secret cupboard in the Tuileries. On December 3 it was decided that Louis, who together with his family had been imprisoned since August, should be brought to trial for treason. He himself appeared twice before the Convention (December 11 and 23). "Despite the last-minute efforts of the Girondins to save him, Citizen Capet, as he was then called, was found guilty by the National Convention and condemned to death on Jan. 18, 1793, by 387 votes (including 26 in favour of a debate on the possibility of postponing execution) to 334 (including 13 for a death sentence with the proviso that it should be suspended). When a final decision on the question of a respite was taken on January 19, Louis was condemned to death by 380 votes to 310. He was guillotined in the Place de la Révolution in Paris on Jan. 21, 1793. Nine months later his wife met the same fate. Louis XVI’s courage on June 20, 1792, when the royal palace was invaded by the Paris mob after his dismissal of the Girondin ministry, and his dignified bearing during his trial and at the moment of execution did something to redeem, but did not reestablish, his reputation" (Encyclopedia Britannica online). Catalogued by Kate Hunter [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      London, England: B. & J. White, 1793. Third edition. Leather-bound. Near Fine. Peter Mazell. Two Quartos, Approximately 10" x 8". Quarterbound in original speckled calf, recently rebacked, with new speckled calf (leather) spine, gilt-stamped, with five raised bands (six compartments), gilt-ruled, and gilt-lettered contrasting spine labels of dark maroon. Red silk ribbon markers, sewn-in. Front board of Volume I somewhat bowed. Hinges reinforced with Japanese paper. blank,[xxx],306, blank, BEAUTIFUL engravings, most by Irish painter and engraver Peter Mazell. The Preface is followed by Pennant's own phylogenetic method, dividing Quadrupeds into the Hoofed, the Digitated, the Pinnated, and the Winged. This is followed by a systematic index, a list of Mr. Pennant's works, and this by a Catalogue of Plates. Volume II continues, through the Quadruped "universe", then concludes as well with an index, followed by an "Index of the Names of Quadrupeds, in the Ancient Classic Writers, in the Works of M. De Buffon, and in Other Authors". A lovely set. In the preface, author Thomas Pennant explains that the work was "originally intended for private amusement", as as a sort of index to "any particular animal in the voluminous history of quadrupeds by the late Comte De Buffon". But because the work "swelled by degrees to a size beyond [his] first expectation,he was determined to bring it into its present form,and to usher into the world." Also in the preface, Pennant brings the reader up to date, by citing and commenting upon studies of the four-footed kingdom undertaken by his predecessors, amongst whom are Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon; John Ray; Jacob Theodore Klein; Mathurin Jacques Brisson; & Carl Linnaeus. Of Linnaeus, Pennant writes: "I reject his first division, which he calls PRIMATES, or Chiefs of the Creation; because my vanity will not suffer me to rank mankind with Apes, Monkies, Maucaucos, and Bats, the companions Linnaeus has allotted us even in his last system..." The Preface is followed by Pennant's own method, dividing Quadrupeds into the Hoofed, the Digitated, the Pinnated, and the Winged. This is followed by a systematic index, then a list of Mr. Pennant's works, and this by a Catalogue of Plates. Volume II continues, through the Quadruped "universe", then concludes as well with an index, followed by an "Index of the Names of Quadrupeds, in the Ancient Classic Writers, in the Works of M. De Buffon, and in Other Authors"

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        The Literary Life of the late [Author] by Himself .

      Sold by Benjamin and John White and Robert Faulder 1793 - FIRST EDITION, with stipple engraved portrait frontispiece (after Gainborough), magnificant engraving of Fountains Abbey, engraved portrait of John Lloyd, and splendid hand coloured folding aquatint, the folding plate remounted on a stub, the portrait frontispiece browned at the top (not affecting engraved surface), minor offsetting, light staining from the turn-ins to the outer leaves, pp. [vi], 144, 4to, contemporary ?Irish speckled calf, spine gilt with an urn and floral motifs in compartments, red lettering piece, and beneath it, on a green label, a gilt starfish, gilt roll tooled decoration board edges, green edges, front joint repaired (according to a pencil note at the end, by Bernard Middleton in 2012), minor wear to corners, late 19th-century engraved armorial bookplate of the Earl of Carysfort by Charles William Sherborn, very good. The print, entitled The Church Militant, is a satire published by Pennant on 1st June 1784 (available separately therefore, and often not found with the book) against Hervey, Bishop of Derry and Earl of Bristol who is depicted as half an Irish Volunteer and half a bishop (Harris 6610). Pennant's authorship is referred to at p. 21 of The Life. His complaint was 'against the unguarded admission of persons of the most discordant professions into the sacred pale, who . do not prove either ornamental or useful in their new character.' The other plates are often missing too. (ESTC T845)

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      Boston: Isaiah Thomas & Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1793. - 48pp. Stitched self-wrappers. Chips to titlepage without loss of text, small clipped portions at head of terminal two leaves without loss to text, else very good. Partially unopened. [with:] [SMALL ARCHIVE OF MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL RELATING TO DAVID TOWNSEND'S SERVICE AS AN INSPECTOR OF POTASH, INCLUDING A DOCUMENT SIGNED BY JOHN HANCOCK]. See below for details. In the mid-18th century the manufacture of potash became a burgeoning cottage industry. Potash, a mineral rich substance derived from leeching, boiling, and distilling burned out ashes from wood and plants, was used extensively in the colonies to make soap, glass, and gunpowder. It was also an important fertilizer. In 1790 the very first U.S. patent was issued to Samuel Hopkins for an improved furnace in manufacturing potash, attesting to its importance. The United States would be the world's leading producer of potash into the mid-19th century. This rare pamphlet by Townsend, the Inspector of Pot and Pearl Ashes for Massachusetts, reviews the various manufacturing processes in the early period. Townsend graduated from Harvard College in 1770 and studied medicine under General Joseph Warren. At the Battle of Bunker Hill he accompanied Warren as surgeon in Bunner's regiment. During the war he was commissioned surgeon to the sixth regiment of foot, commanded by Colonel Asa Whitcomb, and later was senior surgeon to the General Hospital, Northern department. He served with the Continental army under Washington during the harsh winter at Valley Forge. On October 9, 1781 he was made surgeon-general of the hospital department. For many years and up to the time of his death he was physician in charge of the U.S. Marine Hospital in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Dr. Townsend was an active member of the Massachusetts Medical Society from 1785 to 1824, when he retired. Following the Revolution, Townsend was one of the charter members of the Society of the Cincinnati, being secretary of the Massachusetts chapter from 1817 to 1821, vice-president from 1821 to 1825, and president from 1825 to 1829. The accompanying manuscript archive is comprised of: 1) Autograph document signed by Samuel Danforth, attesting that he is personally acquainted with Dr. David Townsend and that Townsend "is well acquainted with the principles of Chemistry in general and that from his particular application, he is well qualified to execute the business of a Assay of Pot & Pearl Ashes." Boston. June 16, 1791. [1]p. 2) Manuscript document signed by Justice of the Peace Samuel Bennett, attesting that Dr. David Townsend has "made oath that he would faithfully perform the duties of the Office of Inspector of Pot Ashes & Pearl Ashes to which he is appointed." July 16, 1791. [1]p. Lower blank portion of sheet clipped. 3) Manuscript document signed by John Hancock as governor of Massachusetts, an Act concerning the fees for inspecting pot and pearl ashes. Boston. March 26, 1793. [1 1/4]pp. 4) Manuscript contemporary true copy of the above by John Avery Jr. 5) Manuscript document signed by N. Goodale, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts, acknowledging that David Townsend has registered the title of his "Principles and observations applied to the manufacture and inspection of pot and pearl ashes." Nov. 10, [1793]. [1]p. Paper covered wax seal. 6) Autograph letter, signed, from Samuel Eliot to David Townsend, thanking him for sending a copy of his pamphlet, "which as far as I can judge must be greatly serviceable to the manufacturing & commercial interests of the State." May 29, 1796. [1]p. EVANS 26270. RINK 3169. SABIN 96377.

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        An Inquiry into the Natures and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

      Strahan, London 1793 - 3 volumes. 8vo, full brown blind stamped cloth, red and greed leather spine labels. London: Strahan, 1793. Seventh Edition. Near Fine. 3 volumes. 8vo, full brown blind stamped cloth, red and greed leather spine labels. London: Strahan, 1793. Seventh Edition. Near Fine. Adam Smith spent ten years in the writing and perfecting of THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. The book succeeded at once, and the first edition was exhausted in six months. Adam Smith's masterpiece, first published in 1776, is the foundation of modern economic thought and remains the single most important account of the rise of, and the principles behind, modern capitalism.Goldsmith 11663; Grolier 100 English, 57; Kress B 154; PMM 221: This edition is a reprint of the textually important 3rd edition of 1784, with a special advertisement which acknowledges for the first time Smith's "very great obligations to Mr. Henry Hop of Amsterdam". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manifestacion de los derechos de la menor, dona[sic.] Grimaneza de la Puente en el juicio que en segunda instancia; ha promovido en esta Real Audiencia, con el Señor Marques de Corpa oydor de ella: sobre el entero de la dote de la Marquesa de la Puente su hija finada, para que se reforme la Sentencia de vista declaratoria de la simulacion del instrumento dotàl.

      Impreso en Lima: en la Imprenta Real de los Niños Expósitos. . 1793 - Small 4to., pp. [6] 175 [1] + errata leaf. Title-page verso with a classical quotation within typographical border. Woodcut pictorial headpiece and initial to p. 1. A very good copy, in beautiful contemporary polychrome printed wrappers (some peeling to spine). First edition. A very attractive copy - in a fine contemporary wrapper - of this official submission in a case involving arguments at the highest levels of society in colonial Peru. The volume includes discussion of a hacienda at Chuquitanta near Lima. Juan José de la Puente e Ibàñez de Segovia, fifth Marques de Corpa (1724-1796), a lawyer by training who was an honorary member of the Council of the Indies and a knight of the Order of Calatrava, was being sued for dowry money that he was said to owe his deceased daughter, who was called Constanza. The present plaintiff, a minor called Ana Maria Grimanesa, was having her claims to the dowry advanced - although she was not actually Constanza?s daughter (her father was Constanza?s husband but had subsequently married another woman and she was from that union). The senior Lima-born lawyer Francisco Arias de Saavedra (1746-1823) who was presenting the case, is stated also to be the young girl?s guardian. This suggests that by this time, Grimanesa?s father had died and the lawyer (as he is known to have done) had married her mother, thus becoming the plaintiff?s stepfather. Medina, Lima, 1764; Vargas Ugarte, Impresos peruanos, 2645. CCPB000499240-7 (one (Spanish) location). OCLC shows copies at JCB, Leiden, Yale Law and (the same) Spanish location. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Plan und Befestigungsanlage mit Karte der Umgebung und Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen im Jahjre 1793 ('1793 Belagerung von Maynz und Cassel Der Alliirten Armee nach Richtiger Aufname').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johann Elias Lange(n) in Leipzig, dat. 1793, 33 x 30,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 83 (J.E. Lange. German engraver. Leipzig, 1788; 'Königreich Dánemark', 1791; 'Preussischen Staaten', 1796.). - Extrem seltener Einblattdruck vom Leipziger Drucker, Stecher u. Verleger Johann Elias Lange(n)! - Links und rechts knapprandig.

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        The Seasons ... Together with an Original Life of the Author, and a Critical Essay on the Sasons By Robert Heron

      Perth: R. Morison Junior, 1793. New edition. Portait frontispiece, engraved tite with vignette, 7 engravd plates after Corbould, Catton and others, all with fine contemporary hand-coloring. 6, liii, 250, 39, [1] pp. 4to. Contemporary green morocco, covers gilt with outer roll border, rebacked in gilt to style, a.e.g. Joints worn, text block gutter cracked. Bookplate. New edition. Portait frontispiece, engraved tite with vignette, 7 engravd plates after Corbould, Catton and others, all with fine contemporary hand-coloring. 6, liii, 250, 39, [1] pp. 4to. With Hand-Colored Plates.

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        Travels in India, during the Years 1780, 1781, 1782, & 1783.

      London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Edwards, 1793 - Quarto (286 × 230 mm). Contemporary marbled calf, raised bands to spine, foliate vignettes gilt to compartments between gilt rules, black morocco label, fillet and oak-leaf borders gilt to sides, sprinkled edges, green endpapers, bound purple silk page-marker. With the directions to the binder bound in. Joints and extremities rubbed, a few light scuffs and scattered faint craquelure to sides, tide-mark to top edge of pp. 92–3, the text unaffected, otherwise a few trivial spots or marks, Pass at Sicri Gully and Zananah plates transposed, very short closed tear to folding map stub. An excellent copy, the contents crisp and fresh and with no trace of the usual offsetting or browning. 14 engraved plates (9 of them views) by Medland, Byrne, Angus and others after Hodges, large folding engraved map of part of Bengal and Bihar. First edition, in a superior Regency binding; a second edition was published the following year. "The first professional landscape artist to visit India and please such tastes [for the picturesque and the sublime] was William Hodges (1744–1797). He went with a highly individual vision and style of painting which had been formed while he was official artist on Captain Cook's second voyage to the Pacific between 1772 and 1775. Hodges had served his apprenticeship with Richard Wilson and had learnt to paint landscapes in the classical tradition, producing calm wooded scenes lit by a soft glow, the foreground peopled with classical figures. With Captain Cook Hodges was suddenly jerked into observing nature in a completely different way "[His] First year in India was disappointing. Hodges's health was poor and the Second Mysore War (1780–84) against Haidar Ali was in progress. This made it impossible for him to explore the countryside of South India freely and he was confined to Madras and its immediate environs. On moving to Calcutta in February 1781, however, he was to travel far more widely through the generosity and patronage of the Governor-General, Warren Hastings, a man of broad culture. "During 1781 Hodges made two tours up-country with him during which he saw the ruins of many Muslim palaces, tombs and mosques. The next year he found a patron in Augustus Cleveland, a liberal administrator stationed at Bhagalpur in Bihar. Touring with him Hodges saw a very different India – the forested tracts inhabited by an aboriginal people, the Paharias. During 1783 he made a long expedition up-country to join Major Brown who was heading a diplomatic embassy to the Mughal Emperor. Hodges was now able to see the great Mughal monuments at Agra and Sikandra. He returned through Central India to Calcutta via Lucknow and left India in November 1783" (Archer & Lightbown, India Observed: India as viewed by British Artists 1760–1860, Victoria and Albert Museum 1982, pp. 8–9). Riddick, History of British India, pp. 170-2. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Travels Through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, The Cherokee Country, The Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges or Creek Confederacy

      For J. Moore, W. Jones, R. McAllister, and J. Rice, Dublin 1793 - 8vo. xxiv, 520pp., [11]pp index, directions to the binder. Frontispiece engraving of Mico Chlucco. Illustrated with 7 plates (one folding) and one folding map. Later speckled calf leather binding with red leather title label on spine. Newer front and rear end sheets added. Light foxing to frontispiece engraving and title page. Rest of contents in fine condition. This edition follows the Philadelphia 1791 first edition and the First English edition of 1792. Bartram's classic account of southern natural history, native Americans and exploration in the southeastern states during the American Revolution period. Howes B 223; Field 94; Sabin 3870; Clark I 197; De Renne Vol. 1 p.257. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Experienced English Housekeeper, for the use and ease of ladies, housekeepers, cooks, etc. Written purely from practice; dedicated to the Hon. Lady Elizabeth Warburton, whom the author lately served as housekeeper. Consisting of several hundred original receipts, most of which never appeared in print. A new edition. In which are inserted some celebrated receipts by other modern authors.

      London: printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater, 1793 - Octavo (219 x 125 mm). Contemporary marbled calf, rebacked, black label, spine gilt to compartments. A few instances of foxing and small worm hole at foot of final couple of signatures, not affecting text. An attractive, internally clean copy. Engraved portrait frontispiece and 3 plates, of which 2 are folding. A later edition of this popular Georgian-era cookery book, first published in Manchester in 1769; there were some twenty further editions before the turn of the 19th century, of which only twelve were authorised. Elizabeth Raffald (1733–1781) was born in Doncaster and spent some fifteen years in the service of Lady Elizabeth Warburton at Arley Hall, Cheshire, before marrying her employer's gardener. "A shrewd, tactful, and strong-willed woman, with a good knowledge of French and an active concern for the poor" (ODNB), she later opened her own shop in Manchester, first in Fennell Street, then on Exchange Alley, from where she ran a cookery school and probably the city's first register office for servants. When Baldwin, the London-based publisher of the first edition, suggested altering certain northern expressions in her work, Raffald is meant to have replied, "What I have written I proposed to write at the time; it was written deliberately, and I cannot admit to any alteration". Loosely inserted in this copy is a contemporary manuscript recipe to make elderberry wine, pleasing evidence of the book being used. Bitting p. 387 for the second edition; Cagle 944-953 for various other editions; ESTC T195825.

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        Works of the late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: consisting of his life written by himself, together with essays, humorous, moral & literary, chiefly in the manner of the Spectator. In two volumes.

      London: printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson 1793 - 1st ed. Vol. 1 only (of 2): vi, 268p. Original calf, slightly worn and abraded. A previous owner has deftly erased the words ‘In two volumes / Vol. 11’ from the title page, no doubt to imply the book is complete in a single volume. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island,

      London: Printed for John Stockdale,, 1793. with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean since the Publication of Philip's Voyage, compiled from the Official Papers; Including the Journals of Governors Phillip and King, and of Lieut. Ball; and the Voyages from the first Sailing of the Sirius in 1787, to the Return of that Ship's Company to England in 1792. Quarto (300 × 240 mm). Contemporary speckled calf sometime rebacked to style, red morocco label, gilt rope-twist border on sides. Fine engraved portrait frontispiece of Hunter by R. Dighton after D. Orme, engraved vignette title, 13 engraved plates (one of an aboriginal family, engraved by William Blake), 2 large folding engraved maps. A little occasional foxing, chiefly to the margins of the plates, a little offsetting from the plates. A very good copy. First edition, a tall copy retaining the date at the foot of the title page which is usually found trimmed. John Hunter (1737-1821) was "vice-admiral and governor of New South Wales [1795-1800] in succession to Governor Phillip, went out as second-in-commandon the Sirius in the first convict fleet. He was an experienced and scientific navigator. With his encouragement, the exploration of the coastline of Australia made rapid progress, and the early discoveries of Flinders and Bass owe much to him" (Hill). "Hunter gives an excellent account of many activities, particularly exploration and the settlement at Norfolk Island, which are treated more cursorily by the other First Fleet chroniclers. The engraved plates and maps, many of the latter from original cartography by Hunter, Dayes and Bradley, are very fine. The plates include the well-known 'View of the Settlement at Sydney Cove, Port Jackson, 20th August 1788' (the first published engraving of Sydney) and P. G. King's 'A Family of New South Wales [engraved by Blake]'" (Hordern House, Australiana 1784–1830, p. 67).

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        An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean since the Publication of Phillip's Voyage, compiled from the Official Papers; including the Journals of Governors Phillip and King, and of Lieut. Ball; and the Voyages from the First Sailing of the 'Sirius' in 1787, to the Return of that Ship's Company to England in 1792

      London, John Stockdale, 1793. Quarto, [ii] (engraved title leaf with vignette, verso blank), [xvi], 583 pages plus a portrait frontispiece, 5 maps and charts (two of them large folding maps), and 10 engraved plates (with tissue-guards) after drawings by Captains Hunter and Bradley, Lieutenant Dawes, and Governor King. Later half calf and stippled cloth, the spine sparingly gilt-decorated, with a contrasting morocco title-label, all edges speckled; cloth a little flecked; leather a little rubbed at the extremities; spine lightly watermarked, with a few old scrapes; frontispiece and title leaf moderately foxed, with scattered foxing to the plates (generally light) and tissue-guards; small inoffensive light waterstain to the top left-hand corner of all plates and maps; a very good copy. The journal of John Hunter, second Governor of New South Wales, and an important source for the early European settlement of Australia. This is the special issue on superfine wove paper, referred to by Ferguson as a 'large paper' edition, but in fact printed on sheets the same size as the standard issue on laid paper (Wantrup, page 69). Plates include the first published illustration of the new settlement ('View of the settlement on Sydney Cove', after a sketch by the author), and 'A family of New South Wales', engraved by William Blake after a drawing by Philip Gidley King. Ferguson 152; Wantrup 13.

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        An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, with the Discoveries Which Have Been Made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean, Since the Publication of Phillip's Voyage, Compiled from the Official Papers

      John Stockdale, London 1793 - London, printed for John Stockdale, 1793. First edition. Quarto. [16], 583pp, [1]. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece portrait and title page, large folding map of New South Wales, large folding chart of Botany Bay, Port Jackson and Broken-Bay and 13 other full page engraved plates. Includes a 5 page list of subscribers. A detailed account of the voyage of HMS Sirius sailing as part of the First Fleet to survey and explore the coast of New South Wales, by the ship's captain John Hunter. Detailing the perilous voyage and eventual wrecking of the Sirius, for which Hunter was court-martialled but eventually acquitted, the book is noted for being the first to identify the possibility of a straight between Tasmania and the mainland, the first to chart Sydney harbour and the first to contain a view of Sydney. It is also considered an important primary source for the early settlement of Norfolk Island. Bound in modern half calf with gilt decoration to the spine and marble paper sides. Offsetting to the portrait frontispiece and engraved title page. A small contemporary paper 'patch' to the blank verso of the list of plates. Feint residue of old ink library stamps to the blank margins of 2 or 3 pages. A small tear to the foot of the stub attaching the map of New South Wales to the text block, slightly affecting the border of the map. Page 1 dust soiled. Neat repairs to tears in the blank margins of two text leaves. Minor foxing to most of the plates. Offsetting from the final three plates to their adjacent text pages. Minor finger-marking to a few pages throughout the text. Otherwise, a clean copy of an important work on the early exploration of Australia, with the text block sound and the binding in good condition. NB The price of this item is negotiable dependent on your chosen payment method. Please feel free to make contact for further information on this item or on payment options. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A treatise upon the law and proceedings in cases of high treason, &c.

      8vo., xvi + 154pp., neat repair to final leaf but no loss, contemporary calf, rebacked, corners worn. A good copy, sometime in the library of the Los Angeles Law Society with bookplate on front pastedown but with no other marks of previous ownership.Publisher: London: printed for the author, by A. Strahan and W. Woodfall.Year: 1793Edition: First and only edition.

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        Oeuvres de J. J. Rousseau, Citoyen de Genève.

      Edition ornée de superbes Figures d'après les tableaux et dessins de Cochin, Vincent, Regnault et Monsiau. Paris, Defer de Maisonneuve, Imprimerie de Didot le jeune, 1793-1797. Paris, Defer de Maisonneuve, Imprimerie de Didot le jeune, 1793-1797.olume 1, 3-15, 17-18. Folio. Contemporary worn half leather with cracked hinges. One voume with defect spine. Some foxing. Volume 2 (= part one of Heloise) and 16 (part 2 of Correponence) are missing.

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        Autograph musical quotation signed.

      No place or date. - 75:265 mm. 1 page. Matted. Seven bars for voice and piano from the aria "Ach so fromm, Ach so traut" from his opera "Martha" (act III), dedicated to "Ebenzer [!] Lane", apparently the lawyer Ebenezer Lane (1793-1866), who served on the Ohio Supreme Court 1830 to 1845.

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        Histoire de l'art chez les anciens, par Winkelmann ; traduite de l'allemand avec des notes et critiques de différens auteurs

      1793 - Paris, Jensen et Comp., Gide, An II [1793] - An XI (1803). 2 tomes en 3 volumes in-4, reliure demi-basane verte de l'époque, ornée à froid de raies de coeur et treillis, filets dorés, reliure légèrement frottée. Volume 1 : cij, 695(1) pages, 25 planches ; volume 2 : faux-titre, frontispice, titre, 692 pages, 37 planches ; volume 3 : faux-titre, frontispice, titre, 405 (2) pages, 3 planches. Nombreuses et belles vignettes, culs-de-lampe gravés, 3 fleurons-titres, 65 planches hors-texte. Ouvrage très important dans l'histoire de l'art par Winckelmann (1717-1768), annonceur en son temps du néo-classicisme. Sa passion pour l'art grec sonna la fin du baroque et du rococco. Le style Louis XVI naîtra en France en grande partie grâce à cet ouvrage de Winckelmann. Ex-libris du maréchal Soult et cachet à l'encre du baron Reille, militaire, industriel et homme politique, fils du Maréchal Honoré Charles Reille. Le baron Reille épousa une des petites filles du Maréchal Soult. Bel exemplaire, très bon état intérieur. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rustici latini volgarizzati. Dell'agricoltura

      Stamperia Palese. 10 volumi rilegati in 5 tomi in 16 (cm 13 x 18,5), pp. LXXI + 271 + (1b); 434; XXVIII + 370 con 2 tavole fuori testo piu' volte ripiegate. Errore di montaggio dei fogli, le pagine 361-362-363-364 non si trovano nella corretta sequenza numerica ma all'inizio, intercalate alle pagine numerate con i romani, anche le pagine in romani non si trovano nella corretta sequenza ma sono tutte presenti; 932; 489 con 1 tavola finale ripiegata; 413; 401 + (1b); 416; 408; 415. Legatura coeva in mezza tela con danni riparati. Alcuni volumi presentano ampie gore, seppure leggere, alle pagine. Testo latino a fronte e traduzione italiana. Edizione completa, pubblicata tra 1793 e 1799, con la traduzione dell'opera agraria di Columella. ITA

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        An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean since the Publication of Philip's Voyage, compiled from the Official Papers; Including the Journals of Governors Phillip and King, and of Lieut. Ball; and the Voyages from the first Sailing of the Sirius in 1787, to the Return of that Ship's Company to England in 1792.

      London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1793 - Quarto (300 × 240 mm). Contemporary speckled calf sometime rebacked to style, red morocco label, gilt rope-twist border on sides. A little occasional foxing, chiefly to the margins of the plates, a little offsetting from the plates. A very good copy. Fine engraved portrait frontispiece of Hunter by R. Dighton after D. Orme, engraved vignette title, 13 engraved plates (one of an aboriginal family, engraved by William Blake), 2 large folding engraved maps. First edition, a tall copy retaining the date at the foot of the title page which is usually found trimmed. John Hunter (1737-1821) was "vice-admiral and governor of New South Wales [1795-1800] in succession to Governor Phillip, went out as second-in-commandon the Sirius in the first convict fleet. He was an experienced and scientific navigator. With his encouragement, the exploration of the coastline of Australia made rapid progress, and the early discoveries of Flinders and Bass owe much to him" (Hill). "Hunter gives an excellent account of many activities, particularly exploration and the settlement at Norfolk Island, which are treated more cursorily by the other First Fleet chroniclers. The engraved plates and maps, many of the latter from original cartography by Hunter, Dayes and Bradley, are very fine. The plates include the well-known 'View of the Settlement at Sydney Cove, Port Jackson, 20th August 1788' (the first published engraving of Sydney) and P. G. King's 'A Family of New South Wales [engraved by Blake]'" (Hordern House, Australiana 1784–1830, p. 67). Ferguson 152; Hill 857 ("His journal is a very valuable work on the early history of the English settlement in Australia"; Wantrup 13; Blake: not in Keynes; Essick, William Blake's Commercial Book Illustration, XXVII. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Reize van Zeeland over de Kaap de Goede Hoop naar Batavia, Bantam, Bengalen, enz. gedaan in de jaaren 1768 tot 1771. Gevolgd van eenige belangrijke aanmerkingen over den aart, gewoonten, levenswijze, godsdienstplegtigheden en koophandel der volken in die gewesten.

      - Leyden, A. en J. Honkoop, 1793.2 volumes in 1. Contemporary half calf, with red morocco title-label on spine. With folding map of the Ganges and the Cape of Good Hope by C. van Baarsel. XXIV,294; 146,(2) pp.First edition; with bookplate of Percival J.G. Bishop. - Stavorinus (1739-1788), captain and rear admiral of the Admiralty of Zeeland, travelled for the Admiralty and for the Dutch East India Company to the Indies. His accounts were published by his son. 'This work affords an accurate and valuable account of the Cape in the last quarter of the eighteenth century, with an interesting description of Cape Town and its inhabitants' (Mendelssohn). Including also large accounts of Batavia and Bengal. - A key work on the Dutch in Africa and in the East. - Last 3 leaves sl. waterstained otherwise a fine copy. - Very rare. Mendelssohn II, p.426; S.A.B.IV, p.385; Landwehr, VOC, 296; Cat. NHSM I, p.178; Tiele 1044. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON Comprehending an Account of his Studies and Numerous Works, etc

      London: Printed by Henry Baldwin for Charles Dilly, 1793. 3 volumes. First octavo edition, revised and augmented by Boswell, with the corrections, cancels, and misprints. This copy also with the "Additions received after the Second Edition was printed" (pp. *i-*xxii), "A Chronological Catalogue of the Prose Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D" which is the first attempt at a Johnson bibliography (pp. *xxiii- *xxxi), and thirteen letters to Bennet Langton and one to the Earl of Bute as well as the first issuance of the Dialogue between Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Knowles printed by J. and A. Arch, London, and not called for in the first edition of the octavo issue. Most of this material was issued here for the first time and was not in the first edition quarto. Engraved portrait frontispiece, after the painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Also with the folding 'Round Robin' plate and a folding plate of with a facsimile of Dr. Johnson's handwriting. 8vo, very handsomely bound in original period tree calf, the spines gilt tooled in compartments decorated with a central gilt ornamental device and surrounded by gilt borders, divided into six compartments separated by gilt decorated bands, two compartments with contrasting red and black morocco labels gilt lettered and decorated. With the fine engraved armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Kenyon Stephenson, 1st Baronet, Lord Mayor of Sheffield and the first Member of Parliament for the Sheffield Park constituency. portrait, title,xviii, [i],xviii- xxxix, [i], xxxvi, 603; 634; 711; 8 pp. A very good and handsome copy sometime long ago sympathetically restored at the backs in sympathetic fashion, a bit of wear to the tips but a very pleasing copy and an honest one very well preserved. IMPORTANT PRINTING IN CONTEMPORARY TREE CALF GILT. The first 8vo edition of what is perhaps the greatest biography ever written in the English language, in a fine contemporary binding. The "chronological catalogue of the prose works of Samuel Johnson" appears in this edition for the first time. This set with the alphabetical table of contents before the text rather than at the end of volume 3, as is often the case and with the scarce leaf of corrections and additions following the contents. Celebrated for its intimacy and vividness, Boswell's Life of Johnson "is one of the best books in the world. It is assuredly a great, very great work. Homer is not more decidedly the first of heroic Poets,--Shakespeare is not more decidedly the first of Dramatists,--Demosthenes is not more decidedly the first of Orators, than Boswell is the first of Biographers..." (Macauley, in the Edinburgh Review, 1831). Boswell learned a great deal about the art of biography from his subject, and brought to his task boundless curiosity, persistence, and zest. Boswell had been collecting material for this work since his first interview with Johnson in 1763, and was confident that his kind of biography, "which gives not only a History of Johnson's visible progress through the world, and of his publications, but a view of his mind in his letters and conversations, is the most perfect that can be conceived, and will be more of a Life than any work that has ever yet appeared.

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        ANNO POETICO ossia Raccolta Annuale di Poesie Inedite di Autori Viventi voll. I - VIII

      Dalla Nuova Stamperia presso Antonio Fortunato Stella / Tip. Pepoliana presso Antonio Curti Q. Giacomo / Tip. di A. Curti presso Giustino Pasquali Q. Mario /, Venezia 1793 - Rarissima pubblicazione veneziana (periodicità annuale, 1793-1800), con i primi versi a stampa di Ugo Foscolo (tra cui La Verità, Le Rimembranze, A Venezia), la prima edizione dell'Ode Al Generale Washington di Vittorio Alfieri, e poi Ippolito Pindemonte, Vincenzo Monti, Saverio Bettinelli, Lorenzo Da Ponte, G. B. Giovio, Giuseppe Parini, Priamo Venier e molti altri ancora. 8 volumi di formato tascabile, legatura coeva in mezza pelle e carta marmorizzata. Fregi e titoli dorati su tasselli colorati al dorso. 1 antiporta inciso in rame al vol.I. Con 8 occhietti e 8 front. conservati. Buon esemplare, testo con minime sporadiche fioriture, con piccoli difetti come un piccolo restauro al margine di pag 225-226 del vol. I ; risultano mancanti le pag. 295-298 al vol. III e le pag. 203-206 al vol. V. ; pag. 209-224 del vol. V posposte a pag. 225-240. Con antiporta inciso in rame e carte di spiegazione conservate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Befestigungsplan mit Karte der Umgebung im Jahre 1793 ('Belagerungs Plan der Stadt und Gegend Mainz im Jahr 1793').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Gebrüder Cöntgen in Frankfurt & Mainz n. Peter Brand b. Johann Daniel Knoop in Frankfurt am Main, 1793, 39,5 x 45 Zeigt die Belagerung im Jahre 1793. - Im oberen Teil des Blattes Befestigungsplan mit Karte der Umgebung und Einzeichnungen altkolorierter Truppenstellungen, darunter Gesamtansicht von Mainz 7 x 45 cm mit Belagerung der Stadt. - Selten!

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        Twenty-Four Picturesque Scenes, chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland]

      1793 - Oblong Folio (230 x 290mm)., 24 leaves of hand-coloured engraved plates by Francis Jukes from original drawings by William Ashmore. Contemporary calf backed marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt (a little rubbed at the edges, some slight scuffing to the head of the spine). Perth: R. Morison & Son, Dec^r^, A rare suit of plates - ?the most ambitious undertaking in terms of topographical prints marketed by a provincial press? - intended to accompany Robert Heron's Observations made in a Journey through the western counties in Scotland (Perth, 1793). Scotch Views by William Ashmore, a drawing master at the Perth Academy, was a subscription venture published in 1793. It comprised not only the most ambitious undertaking in terms of topographical prints marketed by a provincial press, but it also related clearly to the market for print collec- tors to which the Morisons? quarto edition of The Seasons had appealed. The aquatint engravings by Francis Jukes were executed in oval format, the format Gilpin had used for his ?Views,? and ? nished in a style of uncommon elegance, either for the Cabinet, the Optical Pillar, or Fur- niture.? The prints were suitable for collectors? cabinets and portfolios but could also be used for display and projection via an optical device that became increasingly fashionable among print collectors. Morison?s Scotch Views was available at ?One Guinea proof or coloured sets? and at ?15s. plain.? The colored versions would have been created through the use of watercolors, and an advertisement stated that the plates were ?Tinted with Great Taste.? ?The most elegant and picturesque collection of Views in Scotland yet offered to the public, Mr Jukes, the engraver, has got 250 impressions carefully printed under his own eye, on an elegant wove Royal paper of Whatman?s. A few of these first impressions are sent to Scotland, the greater number being retained in London; and for these, subscriptions are now opened at One Guinea per set? (Caledonian Mercury, 3 March 1794). ?Original drawings by Mr Ashmore, Perth; engraved in Acquatints by Mr. Jukes, London; in the manner of Mr. Gilpin's Views. Containing, Finlarig Castle - Bridge over the Dochart at Killin - Bridge at Benmore.As particularly described by Mr Heron, in his Tour through Scotland. Published by Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, London; Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; and R. Morison and Son, Booksellers, Perth. Price of Mr Heron's Tour, 2 vols. 8vo with the Views, 1l. 5s. or first impressions, 1l 11s 6d. 24 Views, without the Book, 15s. first impressions, 1l 1s? St. James's Chronicle or the British Evening Post(London, April 1st 1794): [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Über die Schriftlehre von der Versöhnung durch Christum an den Grafen Cajus Reventlow von Johann Caspar Lavater. 15 Briefe, Manuskript.

      Kl.-8, 141 handgeschrieben Seiten, Kart-Mappe der Zeit mit handschriftl. Rückenschild m. losen Bogen in Schuber, Ganz vereinzelt kleine Flecklein, ansonsten tadell. Zürich, Donnerstag den 14. November 1793, in den letzten Stunden meines zweiundfünfzigsten Lebensjahres. J. C. L. Handschriftliche Kopie des theologischen Textes von einem Schreiber aus dem Umfeld des Autors abgeschrieben. Laut der Handschriftenabteilung der Zentralbibliothek entspricht es dem Manuskript: FA Lav Ms. 75.1KANN ERST NACH MESSERERHÖFFNUNG VERKAUFT WERDEN!

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        Anfangsgründe der mechanischen Wissenschaften, oder die Statik, Hydrostatik, Aerometrie, Mechanik, Hydraulik und Maschinenlehre.

      Jena Cröker 1793 - (18,5 x 10,5 cm). (16) 426 S. Mit 6 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - Fischer (1760-1833), Professor für Mathematik und Physik in Dortmund bzw. in Greifswald, verfasste u.a. die erste systematisch angeordnete Geschichte der Physik und mit vorliegendem Werk eine Einführung in die Physik und ihre Anwendung auf die Technik. U.a. mit Kapitel über die Berechnung von Maschinen, die Berechnung von Mühlen und über die Wasserkünste. - Exlibris. Vereinzelt gering stockfleckig. Ohne vorderen Vorsatz. Insgesamt hübsches und sauberes Exemplar in guter Erhaltung. - Dieses Werk nicht bei Engelmann und Poggendorff. - Selten [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - COM QUE A CORTE, E CIDADE DE LISBOA CELEBROU O NASCIMENTO, E BAPTISMO DA SERENISSIMA SENHORA PRINCEZA DA BEIRA, PRECEDENDO ALGUMAS ANTECEDENCIAS MEMORAVEIS, COM QUE SE ESPEROU ESTE FELIZ SUCESSO, AO QUE SE LHE SEGUIO DE PIEDADE, E DE GRANDEZA. COMPOSTAS E DEDICADAS AO ILLUSTRISSIMO SENHOR DIOGO INACIO DE PINA MANIQUE. Fidalgo da Caza de Sua Magestade Fidelissima, e do seu Conselho, Commendador da Ordem de Christo, Dezembargador dom Paço, Intendente Geral de Policia da Corte, e Reino. &c &c. &c. por IGNACIO DE SOUZA E MENEZES. LISBOA: Na Offi de JOZE’ de AQUINO BULHOENS. Anno de 1793. In 4º. De 19x14 cm. Com 134-(i)-(viii)-51-91 pags. Encadernação de meados do seculo XX ao gosto do século dezoito, em inteira de pele marroquin verde com nervos e ferros a ouro na lombada e esquadrias nas pastas; executada pelo encadernador Carmelita do Carmo. Corte dourado por folhas. Exemplar com título de posse na folha de guarda anterior: «Pertence este livro à Condessa de Mossamedes, Maria Margarida Braamcamp de Mello Breyner" [Lisboa, 1844-1930: filha dos segundos Condes de Sobral, e esposa do 1.º conde de Moçâmedes]. Obra que relata particularidades muito curiosas do quotidiano da Corte e de Lisboa, nomeadamente a realização de touradas para as quais vieram grandes toureiros de Espanha, tal como António Romero. Maria Teresa de Bragança, Princesa da Beira, Infanta de Portugal, Infanta de Espanha, Condessa de Molina, casada com D. Pedro Carlos de Bourbon (1810-1812), e posteriormente com Carlos de Bourbon (1838-1855). Nasceu em Queluz, Portugal, em 1793, e faleceu em Trieste, Itália em 1874 (com 80 anos). Filha primogénita de D. João VI de Portugal e Dona Carlota Joaquina de Bourbon. O primeiro filho varão dos reis de Portugal recebeu o título de Príncipe da Beira. Contudo D. Francisco António morreu ainda criança, com 5 anos de idade, herdando o título a Infanta D. Teresa, e mais tarde o seu irmão mais novo, o Príncipe D. Pedro de Alcântara, o primeiro Imperador do Brasil. Em 1807, com a invasão napoleónica em Portugal, D. Maria Teresa foi com a Família Real para o Brasil. Mais tarde aliou-se a seu irmão menor, D. Miguel, em seu intento de obter a coroa de Portugal, durante a Guerra Civil de 1826-1834. Também foi aliada de seu tio materno e segundo marido, D. Carlos de Bourbon, mais tarde conde de Molina, que desejava obter a coroa espanhola durante o reinado de Isabel II (Carlismo). Em 1837 a Espanha excluí-a da linha de sucessão ao trono espanhol, bem como seu único filho D. Sebastião, por se ter rebelado junto com Carlos. Inocêncio III, 213 e III, 57"IGNACIO DE SOUSA LIMA E MENEZES, Bacharel em Leis pela Universidade de Coimbra, e Professor de Rhetorica na cidade de Braga, sua patria. Nasceu em 1748. Ambos estes opusculos (que não deixam de conter particularidades de certo curiosas, cujo conhecimento convirá em muitos casos) sahiram com o nome de Ignacio de Sousa e Menezes. As obras vem mencionadas a pag. 94 da Bibliographia historica portugueza do sr. conselheiro Figanière, o qual d"ellas possue exemplares na sua valiosa collecção de «Miscellaneas portuguezas», serie 1.ª, vol. VI". Location/localizacao: M-5-C-20 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Treatise on the Dieases of Children, With General Directions for the Management of Infants from the Birth 2vols in 1. POLIO

      T Dobson, Phildelphia 1793 - Bound in contemporary full leather, spine gilt in compartments with red label. Worn to edges. Boards detached. One of the earliest and important Pediatric publications. xx, 404pp, v. Very slightly browned to text. Underwood was born in Surrey, England. He studied surgery and midwifery, a discipline that included pediatrics as well as obstetrics, in London and Paris. He was highly regarded as a man-midwife and attended prominent women of the day, including the daughter-in-law of King George III. Underwood oversaw a total of seven editions of his Treatise in his long lifetime, with each successive version written more for the medical profession than for the lay person. One of the best eighteenth-century English works on pediatrics, it remained a standard text for over 60 years. In addition to a discussion of various diseases, Underwood includes an extensive section on the general care of infants. His baby formula, consisting of boiled cow’s milk and barley water, is the era’s closest imitation of mother’s milk. Underwood makes clear his preference for mother’s milk. The second edition is notable for including the first account of polio in a section entitled - Debility of the Lower Extremities. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Belagerungsplan, darunter Gesamtansicht der Stadt, "Belagerungs Plane der Stadt und Gegend Mainz im Jahr 1793. Gezeichnet von Peter Brand Jaeger, der Geometrie und Forstwissenschaft Beflissner Gestochen durch Gebrüder Cöntgen zu Frankfurt und Mainz".

      - Kupferstich v. G.F. Cöntgen n. Peter Brand, 1793, 39,5 x 44,5 Nicht bei Brumme, Katalog Mainz . Seltener Belagerungsplan von Mainz. Oben links eine Kartusche mit Erklärungen, unten rechts der Titel. Die Truppenstellungen sind koloriert eingezeichnet. Zeigt die nahe Umgebung von Mainz in der Begrenzung: Laubenheim, Marienborn, Drais, Finthen, Budenheim, Walluf, Wiesbaden Wickert. Am unteren Rand eine Gesamtansicht von Mainz 6,5 x 44,5 cm., die die Beschiessung von Mainz zeigt.

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        De Ecclesiae Wirtembergicae renascentis calamitatibus. Defendent G.W. Hegel, J.C.F. Hölderlin et al. Tübingen: Fues, 1793.

      - Small 4to (195mm x 160mm), [ii], 86 pp., contemporary plain wrappers, internally clean and fresh, an excellent copy of this very rare early Hegel item. First edition of a dissertation by the chancellor of Tübingen university, Johann Friedrich Le Bret, which Hegel, Hölderlin and seven other students had to defend in June 1793 as part of their final exams in theology there. 'In 1788, Hegel left home to study theology at the University of Tübingen, where he befriended Schelling and Hölderlin. The friends shared a common enthusiasm for the French Revolution and the pantheism of Spinoza. Dissatisfied with the state of theology at Tübingen, they forsook pastoral careers. At this point in his life, Hegel showed little interest in the more theoretical aspects of philosophy. When Schelling and Hölderlin joined a reading group to study the works of Kant, for instance, Hegel did not join with them, preferring to read the works of Rousseau. After finishing his degree in 1793, Hegel spent eight frustrating years as a private tutor in Bern and Frankfurt' (Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century German Philosophers). WorldCat locates only eight institutional copies, six in Germany (Munich, Aschaffenberg, Göttingen, Augsburg, Berlin, Heidelberg) and one each in Ballerup and Pamplona. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        De l'impot progressif et du morcellement des patrimoines . relié avec 6 textes d'économie politique de l'époque révolutionnaire.

      Paris, Dupont 1793 - In-8° relié demi-chagrin havane XIX° 103 p., une planche hors-texte dépliante à laquelle sont consacrées 5 pages d'explications "Croisement synthétique de l'impôt proportionnel et l'impot progressif. Adjoint à la commission des poids et mesures de Paris, employé au cadastre, il prend part aux discussions concernant les normes de format de papier : en effet, la création, au début de la Révolution française, d'un impôt sur la propriété foncière rendait nécessaire l'établissement d'un cadastre, projet de grande envergure qui demandait un vaste effort de normalisation. Jollivet expose le 21 août 1792 à l'Assemblée Nationale les raisons qui justifient le recours à un format de papier normalisé. « Il devient membre de la commission extraordinaire des finances près la Convention nationale le 19 ventôse suivant (9 mars 1795), conservateur général des hypothèques le 1er thermidor de la même année (19 juillet 1795), enfin membre de la commission extraordinaire des négociants de la République convoqués par le ministre des Finances le 22 frimaire an V. "Jean-Baptiste Jollivet, ancien député à l'Assemblée législative et futur préfet d'Empire, qui, en l'An III, signe tantôt Baralère tantôt Baraly, est l'un des publicistes les plus actifs et les plus intelligents de Thermidor, un spécialiste de l'adaptation aux fluctuations politiques. De la veine anti-cléricale à l'ardeur anti-girondine, les textes de Jollivet sont caractérisés par la langue de bois populiste qui a résisté aux différents régimes et constitue un élément de continuité du discours révolutionnaire." (Luzzatto). - - - - - - - - - - Relié avec (BOUND WITH) : Théodore VERNIER MONTORIENT : Impôt sur le luxe et les richesses, établi d'après les principes qui doivent diriger des législateurs républicains (A Paris : De l'Imprimerie nationale, 1792), 29 pages - - - - - - - - - Relié avec (BOUND WITH) : JACQUES MIGNARD : La France sauvée par ses impositions et ses finances, projet soumis à la Convention nationale le 18 prairial, an 3e de la République. (Chez les Marchands de Nouveautés: Paris, [1795], 16 pages - - - - - - - CAMBON : Rapport sur la fixation de la contribution foncière à imposer sur les inscriptions consolidées et viagères, et sur les rentes foncières, perpétuelles et viagères, pour la IIIe année républicaine, fait au nom du comité des finances, à la séance du 16 ventôse an III, par Cambon fils aîné, député par le département de l'Hérault. Imprimé par ordre de la Convention nationale. (Paris : Impr. nationale, ventôse an III), 8 p. - - - - - - - DU PONT & ISORE & LIBRETON & RAMEL & VERMON & VERNIER : Projet de décret, sur la Contribution mobiliaire, l'impôt progressif et la Subvention de guerre, présenté par le Comité des Finances (Imprimerie Nationale, 1792), 11 pages - - - - - - - - René-Urbain-Pierre-Charles-Félix Enjubault de La Roche; Bléard; J T Lemoine : Loi portant établissement d'une contribution personnelle, et de taxes somptuaires, du 7 thermidor, an troisième de la République française une et indivisible (A Paris : De l'Imprimerie nationale, thermidor, an 4), 6 pages - - - - - - - - ROGER MARTIN : Rapport fait par Roger Martin sur la contribution personnelle et taxes somptuaires : séance du 9 thermidor, an IV (A Paris : De l'Imprimerie nationale, l'an IV), 7 p. - - - - - - - A la fin du receuil se trouve un texte "De l'impot progressif" datant de juin 1848, juste avant le départ des journées, qui cite la contribution de Jollivet qui ouvre ce receuil. L'article revient sur la question toujours tendancieuse de l'impot progressif. Il décrit le texte de Jollivet comme princeps et cite Jean-Baptiste Say qui a examiné la question de l'impot progressif sous l'angle du morcellement ou de la concentration des terres. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life Written By Himself. Together with Essays Humorous, Moral & Literary, Chiefly in the Manner of The Spectator

      Robinson, 1793 Very good condition. Illustrated Title Pages (illustrator). First Edition, variant? Two Volumes, Vol I: Xi, With Instructions To Binder On Verso Of Xi; 317, With Three Line Errata On Following Leaf. Vol Ii: (5), 268. Pages Very Well Preserved, Almost No Foxing. In handsome leather and handmade paper case in two sections. This copy has all issue points, no mention of later printings, but no date on the title page. Priority unknown.

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        Voyages de M.P.S. PALLAS, en différentes provinces de l’Empire de Russie, et dans l’Asie septentrionale ; traduits de l’Allemand, par M. Gauthier de la Peyronie, Commis des Affaires Étrangères. TOME SIXIÈME (PLANCHES.)

      Maradan 1793 - PALLAS (PIERRE SIMON). Voyages de M.P.S. PALLAS, en différentes provinces de l’Empire de Russie, et dans l’Asie septentrionale ; traduits de l’Allemand, par M. Gauthier de la Peyronie, Commis des Affaires Étrangères. TOME SIXIÈME (PLANCHES.) Contenant la Carte générale de l’Empire de Russie, d’après la nouvelle division de cet Empire en quarante-deux Gouvernemens ; dix cartes Géographiques ; soixante-dix-sept planches de Botanique ; douze autres représentant des Fourneaux, Moulins, Monumens, etc. ; onze d’Idoles et Costumes ; et onze autres d’Animaux, d’Histoire Naturelle, d’Hiéroglyphes, etc. Paris, Maradan, 1793. Atlas seul in folio (280x370) contenant une grande carte de Russie (1250x55cm) et 121 planches et cartes gravées par Tardieu d’après Thomas la plupart dépliantes. Relié cartonnage époque, pièce de titre. Les planches sont en très bon état, sans mouillure ni rousseur, exemplaire non rogné. Atlas only, size 370x280mm, with the big map of Russia 1250x550mm and 122 plates engraved by Tardieu and Thomas many folding or double. Full contemp. board, no foxing. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Critik der Urtheilskraft

      Lagarde, Berlin 1793 - In 8? (mm 200x110); pagg. LX, (2), 482. Mezza pelle con angoli coeva, titolo impresso in oro su tassello al dorso, scomparti e fregi dorati, tagli rossi. Testo in carattere gotico. Seconda edizione. La "Critica del Giudizio" Ë il tentativo di mediare il mondo fenomenico con il mondo noumenico. Vi Ë dunque una terza facolt? intermedia fra l'intelletto (facolt? conoscitiva teoretica) e la ragione (facolt? pratica): il giudizio, collegato al "sentimento puro"."La Critica del Giudizio" sembra palesare il tentativo di Kant, di poter sanare quelle contraddizioni che emergevano forti dalle precedenti "Critica della ragion pratica" in opposizione con le conclusioni della "Critica della ragion pura". Kant sperimenta per certi versi in quest'opera una nuova terminologia, un opera per certi versi oscura, che si presta a varie interpretazioni. Luk?cs, un importante pensatore del Novecento, ha affermato che tutta l'estetica possibile per l'umanit? Ë contenuta nella "Critica del giudizio", ma si tratter? di dipanarla nei tempi venturi: si dovr? sempre attingere a quest'opera se si vorr? considerare i problemi della bellezza e del finalismo della natura.Ottimo esemplare marginoso, su carta vergellata, in bella impressione. Antica nota manoscritta alla guardia ant. Timbrino di appartenenza all'interno dei piatti. Lievi tracce d'uso a spigoli e cuffie. filosofia.

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        Die jüngsten Kinder meiner Laune. Erstes [bis: Sechstes = alles!] Bändchen.

      Leipzig, Verlag Paul Gotthelf Kummer 1793-1797; EA; 6 Bände; ca 17x10 cm; VIII, 357, (8) 342. (8) 349 (1), 332 (4), 293 (1), (12) 290 (2) Seiten mit 6 gest. Titelvignetten; Halbledereinbände d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung (Einbände leicht bestoßen und leicht fleckig, Beschriftung auf dem Rückenschild teils oxydiert, bei Band 2 Rückenschild mit kleiner Fehlstelle, altes Exlibris auf Innendeckel, Stempel auf fliegendem Vorsatzblatt, bei Band 4 \"Viertes Bändchen\" auf der Titelseite mit Tinte fast durchgestrichen, Seiten vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig; insgesamt vollständige, recht dekorative Reihe!)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Literatur

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        Memoires sur Diverses Antiquites de la Perse, et sur les Medailles des rois de la Dynastie des Sassanides; suivis de l'Histoire de cette Dynastie, traduite du Persan de Mirkhond.

      Imprimerie Nationale Executive Du Louvre, Paris 1793 - xvi, 431 pp., [1, Errata], 18 pp., (Table des matieres), 7 pp., (Extrait du Journal des Savans), half- title, nine engraved plates of manuscript inscriptions (3 folding), contemporary speckled calf gilt, joints slightly cracked at head & foot, boards and extremities rubbed, armourial bookplate of Philip, Earl of Hardwicke verso front cover - Antoine-Isaac Silvestre de Sacy Baron was a linguist, philologist and Orientalist. After studying Hebrew he learned, largely on his own Syriac, Samaritan, Chaldean, Arabic, Persian and Turkish in addition to English, German, Italian and Spanish. He also studied literature and law. During his work as a perpetual secretary of the Academy of Inscriptions from 1832 onwards, he wrote several "Memoires" including this work which discusses the contribution of the Sassanid dynasty in Persia. Bibliographic references: Monglond II: 1098; Schwab 535; Zenker I, 871; Not in Ghani. Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoires du Maréchal Duc de Richelieu, pour servir à l\'Histoire des Cours de Louis XIV, de la minorité et du Règne de Louis XV, etc. etc.

      Buisson, Bruyset, J. Deboffe, Paris, Lyon, Londres 1793 2te Auflage, Seconde Edition Halbleder/Pappe Tadellos Noch Titel: \" Ouvrage composé dans la Bibliothèque et sur les papiers du Maréchal, et sur ceux de plusieurs Courtisans ses contemporains Avec des Cartes, Plans et Portraits gravés en taille-douce. Seconde Édition. Avec des corrections considerables et des augmentations\". NEUN BÄNDE, VOLLSTÄNDIG. Text Französisch. Alle Bände: Pappbezogene Einbände, Lederecken, goldgeprägte Lederrücken, jeweils 5 Bünde, montierte Titelschildchen, Buchschnitt rundum gepünktet, 2 Exlibris auf die Innenseite jeden Buches. Papier stockfleckenfrei, alle Bände TADELLOS. ERSTER BAND, TOME I: Ehemalige, diskrete Feuchtigkeitsspur am oberen Rand der ersten 4 Seiten. Portrait Richelieus als Frontispiz. 428 Seiten, 1 Faltansicht von „Fribourg assiégé“ in 1713, unverletzt. +++ ZWEITER BAND, TOME II: 378 Seiten. +++ DRITTER BAND: TOME III. Frontispiz, 399 Seiten. +++ VIERTER BAND, TOME IV: 426 Seiten. +++ FÜNFTER BAND, TOME V: 392 Seiten, grosser Falttafel (ordre chronologique des mutations dans le ministère sous les rois Louis XV et Louis XVI) . +++ SECHSTER BAND, TOME VI: 408 Seiten, grosser genealogischer Falttafel (Tableau généalogique des différentes branches de l\'ancienne maison d\'Autriche). +++ SIEBENTER BAND, TOME VII: 395 Seiten mit 3 Portraittafeln: La Duchesse de Chateau Roux, la Marquise de Flavacourt, Madame de Mailly. +++ ACHTER BAND, TOME VIII: 412 Seiten. +++ NEUNTER BAND, TOME IX: 530 Seiten, grosser unverletzter Faltplan des „Fort S. Philippe auf der Menorca Insel.“ Eine bibliophile Ausgabe in hervorragendem Zustand. +++ Louis-François-Armand de Vignerot du Plessis (1696/1788 ), seit 1715 der 3. Herzog von Richelieu, 3. Herzog von Fronsac, Fürst von Mortagne, 3. Marquis du Pont-Courlay, Graf von Cosnac, Baron von Albret, Barbezieux, Coze und Saugeon sowie Pair von Frankreich, seit 1720 Mitglied der Académie française und seit 1748 Marschall von Frankreich, jüngste Großneffe des Kardinals Richelieu (aus Wikipedia). +++ Texte en francais. Un magnifique ensemble complet en 9 tomes, reliure demi-cuir avec pièces de titre, impeccable. Aucunes rousseurs. +++ TOME I: Trace d\'ancienne mouillure sur le haut des 4 premières pages. Portrait de Richelieu en frontispice. 428 pages, 1 vue dépliante de „Fribourg assiégé“ en 1713, intacte. +++ TOME II: 378 pages. +++ TOME III: Frontispice, 399 pages. +++ TOME IV: 426 pages. +++ TOME V: 392 pages, table dépliante de l\'ordre chronologique des mutations dans le ministère sous les rois Louis XV et Louis XVI, intacte. +++ TOME VI: 408 pages, table dépliante (Tableau généalogique des différentes branches de l\'ancienne maison d\'Autriche) intacte. +++ TOME VII: 395 pages vec 3 portraits en taille-douce: La Duchesse de Chateau Roux, la Marquise de Flavacourt, Madame de Mailly. +++ TOME VIII: 412 pages. +++ TOME IX: 530 pages, grand plan du „Fort S. Philippe sur l\'ile de Menorque“, intact. Une très belle edtion ancienne en excellent état. +++ Louis-François-Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, duc de Fronsac1 puis duc de Richelieu à partir de 1715 ; prince de Mortagne, marquis du Pont-Courlay, comte de Cosnac, baron de Barbezieux, baron de Cozes et baron de Saujon, maréchal et pair de France, est un aristocrate et militaire français, né à Paris le 13 mars 1696 et mort dans la même ville le 8 août 17881. Fils du petit-neveu du cardinal de Richelieu , surnommé « l\'Alcibiade français », il se rendit célèbre par ses débauches - il ne craignit pas de compromettre des princesses du Sang et on prétend qu\'il voulut même séduire sa marraine, mariée à l\'héritier du Trône - ses aventures amoureuses (depuis les dames de la Cour jusqu’aux chambrières et aux actrices de l’Opéra)[réf. nécessaire] et ses duels, qui lui valurent d\'être emprisonné quatorze mois à la Bastille dans sa jeunesse (de Wikipedia) +++ 12,8 x 19,5 cm je, Gewicht insgesamt 3,5 kg. +++ Stichwörter/ Mots-clés: Französische Geschichte Histoire de France Biographie Memoiren Erinnerungen Bibliophilie Versand D: 5,50 EUR Französische Geschichte Histoire de France Biographie Memoiren Erinnerungen Bibliophilie

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        Johan Clemens Todes Samlede Prosaiske Skrifter.

      - 8 bind. S. Paulsens Forlag, København 1793-1805. Samtidige halvlæderbind i flammet kalv. Titelfelterne slidte. Permer og sidepapir med brugsspor. Navnetræk på fribladene. Portræt af Tode på frontespiece i bind 1. Kobberstukne titelblade. * Det er sjældent at se alle otte bind sammen. Dette sæt afviger sågar fra beskrivelsen i Ehrencron-Müller ved at have smudstitelblade i bind 5-8, der viser den komplette nummerering fra 1-8.Indeholder 1: Fabler og Fortællinger (1793); 2: Viser og Selskabssange (1797); 3: Folkemedicin (1795); 4: Diætetiske Afhandlinger (1798); 5: Moralske og Satiriske Afhandlinger (1793); 6: Diætetiske Afhandlinger (1794); 7: Første Supplement: Kierligheds Nytte eller tre Dages Tildragelser (1803); 8: Andet Supplement: Smaafortællinger og Anekdoter (1805).

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