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        Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Document Signed giving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th 1793

      1793 - Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Document Signed. 4 pages, 8" x 12.25" and 1 page affixed to page three,of detailed accounts, dated, Quebec, October 28, 1793, giving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th 1793.Moderate soiling with tattered edges professionally repaired and minor browning, otherwise in very good condition. Exlibrary small stamp (W.C Putnam collection Davenport Public Museum) on p2, p4 and mounted insert pageon p3. Sir Guy Carleton served in America beginning in 1758. He was governor of Quebec and commander of British forces in Canada (1775-77), during which time he repelled Montgomery and Benedict Arnold's attack on Quebec, defeated Arnold on Lake Champlain and re-took Crown Point. From 1782-83 he was Commander in Chief in Canada. General in 1793.William Clement Putnam was born on June 26, 1862, in Davenport, Iowa, the city in which he spent his entire life. He was a voracious reader whose love of history was piqued early. At a young age, he began to collect pieces of local history, once commenting, "I have always had a great passion for old papers and autographs." With his four brothers, he founded a historical society at the family's home of Woodlawn. He graduated from high school in 1880 with ambitions of becoming a lawyer, joining his father's law office for a time before heading off to law school at the University of Iowa. He returned to Davenport after graduation in 1883 and rejoined his father's firm as a partner in Putnam & Putnam. Business led him occasionally to New York City where he developed a deeper appreciation for art and literature. Now, with a steady income, he was better able to purchase the artifacts of history that he loved so well, amassing an amazing library of historical items, books of literature and science, art, music, and architecture. Tragically, W. C. became seriously ill (the first illness of any consequence in his life) and died within a few days, on January 13, 1906. He was not yet forty-four. Following his death, his collection was donated to the Davenport Academy of Sciences. quoted from Auction house write-up where this item was purchased.

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        Briefe zu Beförderung der Humanität. 1.-8. Sammlung (von 10) in 2 Bänden.

      Frankfurt u. Leipzig, 1793-1796,. 8vo. Marmorierte OPp. m. hs. RSchild. Rotschnitt.. Vgl. Goedeke IV/1, 732,808. - Nachdruckausgabe mit dem Jahresangaben der Erstausgabe. - Einbände etw. berieben. Kl. Name auf Vorsatz. Saubere u wohlerhaltene Bände.

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        The French Family Cook

      London: J. Bell, 1793. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary tree calf with a later rebacking and new endpapers. Lettering piece chipped, scattered foxing, last few pages heavily browned and final page with a number of tape repairs; still about very good. xxiv, 342pp. Cagle 872, Bitting 554, Simon 714 The first English edition of Menon's hugely influential Cuisinière Bourgeoise (1746). Menon's aims were similar, if a bit more rarefied, to Hannah Glasse's - to bring practicality and common sense to cookery. For comparison, Menon's recipe "To Roll a Turkey" and La Chapelle's "Young Turkies in the Shape of a Foot-Ball" are very similar but the former leaves out the veal, calf's udder, partridges, pistachios, and truffles. Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000164.

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        La Grande Charte d'Angleterre: Ouvrage Precede d'un Precis Historique

      1793. Constitutional Guidelines for the First French Republic [Magna Carta]. [Constitution, United States]. La Grande Charte d'Angleterre: Ouvrage Precede d'un Precis Historique et Philosophique sur Revolutions de la Grande Bretagne, Suivi de la Constitution des Treize Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, Et du Tableau de Leur Revolution: Ouvrage Essentiel dans les Circonstances ou Nous Sommes, Tant pour Connaitre les Vices du Gouvernement Actuel de la Grande-Bretagne, Que pour Faire Aimer nos Principes d'Egalite. Paris: Chez Debarle, l'an II [1793-1794]. [ii], 139 pp. Quarto (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Original publisher's light blue wrappers, leaves from a contemporary work used as endpapers, early hand-lettered title label to spine, untrimmed edges. Light shelfwear and soiling. Light toning to text, small tears or minor staining to margins of a few leaves, internally clean. A largely unsophisticated, wide-margined copy. * Only edition. Early and extraordinary rare French translation of the United States Constitution, preceded by a translation of the Magna Carta and a brief history of the events that preceded the publication of these two seminal documents. This edition, published in early years of the First French Republic, was likely intended to lend support to the principles on which the French Revolution was based. The work also includes several U.S. State Constitutions, such as Massachusetts, Delaware and Maryland. OCLC locates 3 copies in North America (at Union College, the John Carter Brown Library and the Society of the Cincinnati). We located one other copy at George Washington University Law School. Not in Sabin.

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        Principles and observations applied to the manufacture and inspection of pot and pearl ashes

      Isaiah Thomas & Ebenezer T. Andrews, Boston 1793 - (8 5/8 x 5 1/4 inches). 48pp. Partially unopened. (Chips to title without loss to text, small clipped portions at head of terminal two leaves without loss to text). Stitched self-wrappers. [With:] Small archive of manuscript material relating to Townsend's service as an Inspector of pot ash, including a document signed by John Hancock. 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, 16 June 1791. 1 p. 2) Manuscript document signed by Justice of the Peace Samuel Bannett, 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." 16 July 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, 26 March 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". 10 November [1793]. 1p. 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." 29 May 1796. 1 p. Scarce early American work on the manufacture of potash with an interesting related archive of manuscript material concerning the author, including a document signed by John Hancock. 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 and 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 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. Evans 26270; Rink, Technical Americana 3169; Sabin 96377. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Death of Abel, An Historical or rather a Conjectural Poem; Relating many things which might probably take place both Before and After that Barbarous Fratricide

      Danbury [Conn.]: Printed by Nathan Douglas, for the author. 1793. First. First edition. [6], [13]-186pp. Errata and (facetious) list of subscribers bound in after preface, some copies have the errata bound as the last leaf. Rebound, with new endpapers, in later purple cloth gilt. A stain on the first few leaves, a bit of foxing, slight loss to a few words in the preface, else a very good copy. Humorous doggerel supposedly translated from the German. Scarce. OCLC locates three copies in two entries, all in New England (AAS, Brown, Trinity) .

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        Meteorological Observations and Essays

      xvi, 208 pp. 8vo, somewhat later blue publisher's cloth over boards, green paper label on spine, uncut. London: W. Richardson, 1793. First edition, first issue. "In this (his first) book, he enunciated the first statement of Dalton's law of partial pressures. The foundation of the work was his pioneering daily record of temperature, pressure, wind, humidity, and rainfall over a five-year period. In these Essays he began to develop his atomic theory, which revolutionized chemistry. Only 149 names are given in the list of subscribers, and it is likely that very few more copies were printed for regular sale by booksellers."-Neville, I, p. 322. In the Essays, Dalton also included studies of the aurora, with accurate estimates of their heights, and a theory of trade winds, anticipated, unbeknownst to him, by George Hadley. A very fine uncut copy from the library of Haskell F. Norman with bookplate. This is an early example of publisher's cloth. ❧ Smyth 1. .

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        Almanach National de France, Année Commune 1793. L'An IIe de la République.

      De l'Imp. de Testu., Paris 1793 - 567 pages, 1 carte dépliante. In-8, basane marbrée, dos orné de bonnets phrygiens et de fers de lances dorés, tranches mouchetées (Reliure de l'époque). Cet exemplaire a été enrichi par une main contemporaine de l'édition de commentaires sur la situation de nombreux députés et magistrats, tels déclaré traître à la patrie, signataire de protestation, conspirateur, guillotiné, assassiné, trouvé mort dans un champ, condamné à 12 ans de fers et mort dans sa prison, s'est noyé à Marseille. Intéressant témoignage de l'époque dans une jolie reliure révolutionnaire. Quelques épidermures. Photos disponibles sur demande. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE HISTORY OF SPAIN, FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COLONY OF GADES BY THE PHOENICIANS, TO THE DEATH OF FERDINAND, SURNAMED THE SAGE

      London: Printed for C. and G. Kearsley, 1793. n. Hardcover. 222 x 140 mm (8 3/4 x 5 1/2"). With ads in volumes I and II. Three volumes. ORIGINAL PUBLISHER'S BLUE BOARDS, original paper labels on spines, EDGES UNTRIMMED, VOLUMES II and III ENTIRELY UNOPENED. ESTC N8859. The inevitable bending and wear to corners, slight soiling and chafing to covers, two leaves with lower corner torn away (text not affected), a couple of trivial smudges internally, but A REMARKABLE SURVIVAL IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION, the original paper boards and spines with amazingly little wear, and the text showing almost no signs of use (two of the volumes, of course, not having ever been read). This splendidly preserved specimen allows the modern reader to see exactly what books looked like when they were issued before the advent of standardized publisher's cloth bindings in the 1830s. Up until that time, works were usually issued in some kind of temporary binding (paper boards, as here, being among the most typical), and the purchaser of such a volume would be expected to take his book to a binder, not infrequently at the same location as the printer or publisher, to have it bound to his specications. The present set never made it to the binder and, apart from a bit of dust, looks much as it did when the original buyer exited the publisher's premises. The text of this history is now usually attributed to Charles Hereford (b. 1758?), although earlier scholars suggested it might be the work of educational writer John Adams (1750?-1814), who had published an abridged version of Gibbon's "Decline and Fall" (a work listed here in the publisher's ads at the beginning of volume I). Gibbon is cited by our author as a main source, along with histories of Charles V and Philip II as well as Robertson's "History of America." Some copies of this work contain a folding map, but it is clear from descriptions of other copies that this is an optional extra; furthermore, a copy in paper covers would likely not have it, since it would be inserted when the binder put the volume in its permanent covers. Books from the 18th century in original boards are not common, and copies as well preserved as the present one are extremely rare.

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        Matthew Brown Ex Libris, June 11th 1793. Volume 1, Metaphysics.

      June 14th - July 22nd 1793, [N.p.] - Small 4to. Autograph manuscript on laid paper, one volume only: (1), 298, (3) pp. (10 leaves blank, pencil notes in another hand on rear end-leaf). Matthew Brown's printed book label is affixed to the front pastedown. Laid in are 2 copies of an unidentified carte-de-visite (back-marked J.M. Scott, Vincennes, Indiana), a later (early 20th century?) photograph of an unidentified house, a clipped newspaper obituary (1818) for Brown's first wife Mary, and a monument-dedication pamphlet (1907) honoring his parents. Original full calf, rubbed, joints cracking, extremities chipped; spine label bearing the title "Lectures" partly eroded. Red-sprinkled edges darkened, end-leaves chipped at the edges; moderate foxing and a few pencil marginalia.Matthew Brown, first president of Washington College (1806-1817), later president of Jefferson College (1822-1845), two schools that merged after the Civil War, was a student at Dickinson College in 1793 when he wrote out these lectures so carefully. Following graduation in 1794, he taught a classical school, then studied and was licensed for the Presbyterian ministry. Among his students, one in particular recalled his being a fine speaker and teacher, particularly strong in metaphysics. He was awarded honorary degrees by Princeton, Hamilton, and Jefferson. A table of contents at the rear outlines the first 173 pages, from "Of Being in General" to "Heroes and Demigods"; headings and shoulder notes highlight topics in the text. (749)

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        Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Document Signed giving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th 1793

      1793. No binding. Very Good. Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, Document Signed. 4 pages, 8" x 12.25" and 1 page affixed to page three,of detailed accounts, dated, Quebec, October 28, 1793, giving an account of money that is owed from October 25th to December 14th 1793.Moderate soiling with tattered edges professionally repaired and minor browning, otherwise in very good condition. Exlibrary small stamp (W.C Putnam collection Davenport Public Museum) on p2, p4 and mounted insert pageon p3. Sir Guy Carleton served in America beginning in 1758. He was governor of Quebec and commander of British forces in Canada (1775-77), during which time he repelled Montgomery and Benedict Arnold's attack on Quebec, defeated Arnold on Lake Champlain and re-took Crown Point. From 1782-83 he was Commander in Chief in Canada. General in 1793.William Clement Putnam was born on June 26, 1862, in Davenport, Iowa, the city in which he spent his entire life. He was a voracious reader whose love of history was piqued early. At a young age, he began to collect pieces of local history, once commenting, "I have always had a great passion for old papers and autographs..." With his four brothers, he founded a historical society at the family's home of Woodlawn. He graduated from high school in 1880 with ambitions of becoming a lawyer, joining his father's law office for a time before heading off to law school at the University of Iowa. He returned to Davenport after graduation in 1883 and rejoined his father's firm as a partner in Putnam & Putnam. Business led him occasionally to New York City where he developed a deeper appreciation for art and literature. Now, with a steady income, he was better able to purchase the artifacts of history that he loved so well, amassing an amazing library of historical items, books of literature and science, art, music, and architecture. Tragically, W. C. became seriously ill (the first illness of any consequence in his life) and died within a few days, on January 13, 1906. He was not yet forty-four. Following his death, his collection was donated to the Davenport Academy of Sciences. quoted from Auction house write-up where this item was purchased.

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        Icones plantarum et analyses partium

      Erlangen: Johann Jacob Palm, 1793 . Second edition. 1/2 Vellum. Very Good +. 2nd edition. Folio (42.5 X 26.7 cm). Larrge paper copy. Modern half vellum with marble boards. New end papers damp staining in lower gutter to first 40 pages.Collation: [2], [5] 6-94;[2] [95]-197, [3]; [4] 199-280pp. + 75 uncolored plates, loose in separate box made with same marble paper. Text and plates uncut. Ther is some minor paper creasing and small tear at bottom of pp.261-265 that does not affect text. The text and plates are free of foxing or marks other than the minor gutter damp staining of first 20 leaves of text. The work is divided into three sections with separate title pages: Manipuli I, II, & III. The plates are engraved by V. Bischoff, G.W. Knorr, and J.C. Keller after designs by N. Gabler, J.C. Keller and V. Bischoff, and contain some excellent representations of magnified anatomic detail. This was a period when innovations in the fields of microscopy and taxonomy focused attention on the dissection of plant parts for identification purposes. (DeBelder). Schmidel was a German physician and botanist. (Nissen 1780 ; Cleveland, 460 ; DeBelder, 326).

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        I LIBERI MURATORI SCHIACCIATI. Origine, dottrina ed avanzamento della setta filosofica ora dominante. Opera composta da Uom pratichissimo delle Loggie, ora tradotta dall'edizione di Amsterdam dal sig.abbate Pietro Mogas sacerdote spagnuolo, confermata con Note relative alle presenti rivoluzioni e novità di Europa dal sig.abbate Pietro Saverio Casseda pompejopolitano.

      per Ottavio Sgariglia 1793 "Coll'aggiunta di un'Appendice in sostegno della Cattolica Religione". Opera dedicata a Giovanni Sifredo Maury, Arcivescovo di Nicea. Cm.25x17,5. Pg. XII, 272. Legatura in mz.pergamena. Tassello con titoli in oro al dorso. Minimo restauro cartaceo al frontespizio. Fresco esemplare, a buoni margini. Incerta la paternità di questa rara e ricercata opera sulla Massoneria: la più accreditata è quella dell'abate francese Gabriel Louis Calabre Pérau (1700 - 1767).

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        LETTERS ON THE SUBJEC OF THE CONCERT OF PRINCES, AND THE DISMEMBERMENT OF POLAND AND FRANCE.

      - C. G. and J. Robinson: London 1793. 9 x 5", 3/4 leather w/marbled boards, raised bands, i-xxxix, 41-391pp, later covers & eps, worn, scuffed, outer hinges worn, corners bumped, pencil notes inside, name stamp on title, ink notes, soiling, spotting, creasing. Vaughan, an MP in England, was a sympathizer of France and close friend of Benjamin Franklin. He later fled to France, and was there hunted by revolutionaries (reportedly, Robespierre intervened when he was discovered). He died in Boston in 1835. 2nd edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1793 LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON JAMES BOSWELL 3 VOLUME SET LEATHER 150 ILLUSTRATIONS BAYNTUN BOUND $

      LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSONJames Boswell, 1793; 2nd Edition, First Octavo Edition; London, Charles Dilly; Rebound Leather, Bayntun Bindery; Extra Illustrated; Each About 6-700 Pages; w5.4"xh8.6"; Extremely Rare!!!Great For any fan of the Famous Authors or Collector.  Great Shelf Set; Very Rare Extra Illustrated Set; Complete in Three Volumes; Selling for over $3,000 and that's without the 150 extra plates, and worse condition!!!Attributes:Three Beautiful, sleek cloth cover designs with Crushed Morocco leather bindings/corners, gold borders, ornate gold Floral bindings, gold page edges, marble end pages, with three great frontispieces (one hand colored), another hand colored plate, two silhouette plates highlighted in gilt, and about 150 extra illustrations laid in throughout, facsimile foldouts, and one of the Greatest Biographies ever Written!!!Summary:The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. (1791) is a biography of Dr. Samuel Johnson written by James Boswell. It is regarded as an important stage in the development of the modern genre of biography; many have claimed it as the greatest biography written in English. While Boswell's personal acquaintance with his subject only began in 1763, when Johnson was 54 years old, Boswell covered the entirety of Johnson's life by means of additional research.The biography takes many critical liberties with Johnson's life, as Boswell makes various changes to Johnson's quotations and even censors many comments. Regardless of these actions, modern biographers have found Boswell's biography as an important source of information on Johnson and his times. The work was popular among early audiences and with modern critics, but some of the modern critics believe that the work cannot be considered a proper biography.Background:James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auchinleck (29 October 1740 ?" 19 May 1795) was a lawyer, diarist, and author born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is best known for the biography he wrote of one of his contemporaries, the English literary figure Samuel Johnson, which the modern Johnsonian critic Harold Bloom has claimed is the greatest biography written in the English language.Samuel Johnson (18 September 1709 ?" 13 December 1784), often referred to as Dr Johnson, was an English writer who made lasting contributions to English literature as a poet, essayist, moralist, literary critic, biographer, editor and lexicographer. Johnson was a devout Anglican and committed Tory, and has been described as "arguably the most distinguished man of letters in English history". He is also the subject of "the most famous single work of biographical art in the whole of literature": James Boswell's Life of Samuel Johnson.Condition:Conditions are Very Good/Excellent.  Small wear to edges, browned spines/leather, Ethel & George Booth (Artist?) bookplates; little spotting here or there, most pages/hinges/text block are very good/excellent for over 220 years old!!!

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        A New Abridgment of Cases in Equity, and of Such Cases at Law, as relate to Equitable Subjects; from 1735, to the Present Time. Volume I [all published]. Cowley 286. Quarto

      London: Printed (for the Author) by A. Strahan and W. Woodfall [etc.], 1793. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, ex-Middle Temple Library, light foxing and browning, else well-preserved; two copies in ESTC, neither in the USA Only edition of a rare work, the penultimate attempt to abridge all matters equitable, to have been enormously extensive, cut short by Brown's death and extending only through the letter "A"; this copy with an index found in no copy located online

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        Oeffentliche Rügung der wahrheitswidrigen Rede des Andreas Joseph Hoffmann (sic!); gehalten am 16ten und 18ten Novemb. 1792 in Maynz über Fürstenregiment und Landstände, von einem Maynzer Bürger im ersten Jahre der Verheerung in Maynz

      (Mainz), 1793.. 16 S. Ungebunden. ADB XII, 625; Behrens 41. - Der Philosoph und Revolutionär Andreas Joseph Hofmann (1752-1849) war einer der Gründer des Mainzer Jakobinerklubs und einer der Hauptakteure der Mainzer Republik. "So hielt er Mitte November einen auch im Druck erschienenen Vortrag `über Fürstenregiment und Landstände`, worin er den Vorzug der Republik vor der constitutionellen Monarchie nachzuweisen unternahm und die Mißbräuche unter der Herrschaft des verjagten Kurfürsten in den grellsten Farben ausmalte" (ADB). - Titel angestaubt, mit Stempel der ?-ttingen-Wallersteinschen Bibliothek und kl. Papieretikett.

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        Aufruf an meine Mitbürgerinnen, gesprochen in der Gesellschaft der Volksfreunde am 19ten Jänner im zweiten Jahre der Frankenrepublik

      Mainz, gedruckt mit Craßischen Schriften, 1793.. 16 S. Rückenbroschur. Behrens 86. - Rede des Studenten Deyer vor dem Mainzer Jakobinerklub zur Schaffung eine neuen Form des Theaters, das die feudalistischen Traditionen ablegen und mit neuen Stücken Begeisterung für revolutionäre Ideale schaffen soll. Dazu ruft er die Mainzer Bürgerinnen auf, sich als Schauspielerinnen am neu zu schaffenden "Nationalen Bürgertheater" zu betätigen. - Eine Idee der Mainzer Republik, die u. a. im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert immer wieder von neuen Gesellschaftssystemen mit wechselndem Erfolg aufgegriffen wurde. - Titel mit kl. Papieretikett und Stempel der Oettingen-Wallersteinschen Bibliothek.

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        The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's drawing-book. In three parts [bound with] Appendix to the cabinet-maker and upholsterer's drawing-book ... / by Thomas Sheraton, cabinet maker

      London : Printed for the author, by T. Bensley; and sold by J. Mathews [and others], 1793, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formFinely bound in modern speckled calf-backed marbled boards. Very impressively finished. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine, with raised bands. Prelims. and title pages somewhat tanned. Marginal tanning and dust-toning to main text, with tanning and scattered foxing to the plates. One of the folding plates (no. 56) is torn and missing its outer section. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 446 pages; Physical description: 2v.: (xxxii, 446, 54p.) plates ; 27cm. Subjects: Cabinetwork -- Furniture -- Manuals -- 18th century -- Furniture design -- Early works to 1800. Notes: Errata listed on page [447p.]. Referenced by: ESTC T091107.

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England 12th ed Four Volumes

      1793. Edition of Blackstone with 13 Copperplate Portraits Blackstone, Sir William [1723-1780]. Christian, Edward [d. 1823], Editor. Commentaries on the Laws of England, in Four Books. With the Last Corrections of the Author; and With Notes and Additions by Edward Christian. London: Printed by A. Strahan and W. Woodfall, 1793-1795. Four volumes. Copperplate portrait frontispieces of Blackstone (Volume I), Littleton (Volume II), Mansfield (Volume II) and Hale (Volume IV), nine other portrait copperplates of important English jurists interspersed throughout, copperplate "Table of Consanguinity" and folding "Table of Descents" (Volume I). Complete with 13 engraved portraits in all. Octavo (5-1/4" x 8-1/4"). Recent period-style quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt ornaments and gilt titles to spine, untrimmed edges, early armorial owner bookplates to front pastedowns. Light toning to text, negligible light foxing in places, internally clean. A handsome set. * Twelfth edition, and the first edition with Christian's notes. Blackstone's paging retained in margins. "This edition was originally published in numbers, each number containing the portrait of a judge. (...) The editor is designated on the title pages of this edition as 'Edward Christian, esq., barrister at law, and professor of the Laws of England in the University of Cambridge.' His notes are printed as footnotes, separated from those of Blackstone by a rule. A selection of Christian's notes is included in most American editions of the Commentaries" (Eller). The jurists depicted in the plates in the text are Somers, Fortescue, Coke, Holt, Gilbert, Comyns, Hardwick, Foster and Raymond. Eller, The William Blackstone Collection at Yale University 21. Laeuchli, A Bibliographical Catalogue of William Blackstone 26.

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        Das frohe Jubelfest des fünfzigsten Regierungsjahres der Churpfälzischen Höchsten Landesherrschaft Carl Theodors und Elisabetha Augusta ..

      Mannheim, Cordon, 1793.. 98 Seiten, 4 Blatt. 21 x 17 cm, Seideneinband der Zeit mit Gold- und Silberprägung. - Beiliegend: Widmung, deutsche Handschrift auf Papier, 2 Seiten, 32,5 x 20,5 cm (gefaltet).. .. Am 31ten des Christmonats und an den folgenden Tagen mit allen Feierlichkeiten des Gottesdienstes, der Aufzüge, Beleuchtungen, Inschriften und Freudenbezeugungen .. Ausführlich beschrieben von B. Wigard. - Einzige Ausgabe. Wigard war Churpfälzischer Rat und Sekretär an der Hofbibliothek. Er widmet mit beiligendem Schreiben, datiert vom 4. März 1793, sein Werk dem "Durchlauchtigsten Pfalzgraf" Karl Theodor (Pfalz und Bayern, 1724-1799). - Der empfindliche Seidenstoff teils gering fleckig, mit wenigen kleinen Fehlstellen. Schönes Exemplar.

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        A NARRATIVE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY SUFFERINGS OF MR ROBERT FORBES, HIS WIFE AND FIVE CHILDREN DURING AN UNFORTUNATE JOURNEY THROUGH THE WILDERNESS FROM CANADA TO KENNEBEC-RIVER, IN THE YEAR 1784 IN WHICH THREE OF THEIR CHILDREN WERE STARVED TO DEATH (G)

      Norwich, [ct. ]: John Trumbull. Good with no dust jacket. 1793. Third Edition. Hardcover. Western; Pioneers; Canada; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 16 pages; A Narrat[ive] of The Extraordinary Suffer[ings] of Robert Forbes, his wife and five children during an unfortunate Journey through the Wilderness from Canada to Kennebec-River, in the year 1784. In which three of their Children were starved to death. Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from a journal, and published at their request.. Modern 1/2 morocco & bds. Upper fore-edge corners of title page & of pp. (2) -8 torn away - with some loss of text, other internal wear & darkening, small cello-tape repair to title page, other scattered cello-tape repairs to pp. (1) -16. Ex-library copy - ink control number at head of p. (3). Evans 25226; Sabin 7288; Field 170 ; Midland-14-023. No copies noted at auction since 1941. ESTCW13752 4 copies noted. Graphic of book also available. Provenance; New Hampshire Historical Society. ; 0 .

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        A Plan of a Course of Lectures on the Principles of Natural Philosophy

      Cambridge: Printed by J. Archdeacon. 1793. First. First edition. Octavo. [4], 163, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates. Modern period-style quarter morocco and marbled papercovered boards with red morocco spine label gilt. Each leaf of text followed by a blank leaf for notes. Some early ink notes, small chip on title page, pressed leaves between two leaves, a very good or better copy. An early work on the various aspects of physics, the examination of electricity contains Benjamin Franklin's hypotheses. ESTC T112148. .

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        Aranei, or a natural history of Spiders including the principal parts of the well known work on English Spiders by Eleazar Albin as also the whole of the celebrated publication on Swedish Spiders by Charles Clerck, revised, enlarged and designed anew

      London 1793 - ii, ii, vii, 79, 31, 27 (of 28) hand-col plates. fo. HB. Disbound, stab stitched to the margin, but stitching broken and contents loose; enclosed in old stiff marbled paper-covered boards with flimsy cloth spine. An imperfect copy, wanting the frontispiece, 2 engraved plates of medals (both of which are often lacking), 2 engraved titles and col plate 3 from the first series. Wide margins. Clean. Based on the works of Albin (1736) and Clerck (1757). Martyn's plates are notable for the slight stipple engraving and careful hand colouring which makes them resemble coloured drawings. Plates numbered (1-11, 1-17). [Nissen ZBI: 2724]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viages del capitan Lemuel Gulliver a diversos paises remotos (traducido de la edición francesa). Tomo I

      Benito Cano, Plasencia 1793 - Tomo I de la Primera edición de los Viajes de Gulliver en castellano, resultando una traducción de la edición francesa. 255 páginas. Fue reencuadernado en piel muy fina o pergamino, pero actualmente las tapas están casi sueltas. Las dos primeras páginas presentan pequeño rastro de carcoma, no así el resto, oscurecido pero de perfecta lectura. Cuenta con 2 grabados de extraordinaria calidad a página completa. Formato 8º menor (14 cm). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IN MORTE DI UGO BASS-VILLE SEGUITA IN ROMA IL DI XIV GENNARO MDCCXCIII CANTICA

      1793. In 8. Dim. 21,5x14 cm. Pp. 74+LXXX. Rarissima edizione princeps dell'opera antirivoluzionaria dedicata alla morte di Ugo Bassville scritta da Vincenzo Monti (1754-1828). Ugo Bassville si recò a Roma con l'incarico di negoziare la riapertura delle relazioni diplomatiche fra la corte pontificia e il governo rivoluzionario di Parigi ma sfortunatamente durante il tragitto venne assalito dal popolo romano e ferito mortalmente a sassate. Monti decise di scrivere quest'opera per giustificare in qualche modo l'accaduto: immagina che l'anima del morto condanni gli orrori della Rivoluzione Francese. L'opera venne pubblicata per la prima volta totalmente anonima nel 1793 a fascicoli che uscirono in periodi differenti, lo stesso anno venne pubblicata la seconda edizione Romana e una lombarda. Presenti dati editoriali a pag. XXXVI (Roma, presso Luigi Perego Salvioni). Questa copia è del tutto identica alla editio princeps, solamente risultano mancanti quattro pagine non numerate che fungevano da occhietto ai canti dell'opera (es. canto terzo "gli altri di daranno in appresso"), carte che potevano sembrare insignificanti dal punto di vista editoriale e probabilmente gettate via dal vecchio proprietario. E' presente anche la seconda strofa a pag. 23, versi mancanti nella seconda edizione romana (mancante peraltro delle quattro carte non numerate introduttive ai canti). L'ultima pagina LXXX termina con una frase tagliata a metà, tuttavia l'opera editorialmente è completa, lo scritto completo verrà pubblicato solamente nel 1821. Dedica manoscritta al piatto anterirore datata 1863. In buone condizioni. Raro, alto valore Copertina morbida editoriale con dorso ricoperto da carta moderna in buone condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e dorso. Legatura in discrete condizioni con lievi rotture. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con fioriture. Segno di tarlo al margine di piegatura di tutto il volume senza perdita di testo. Very scarce editio princeps of the anti-revolutionary work dedicated to the death of Ugo Bassville written by Vincenzo Monti (1754-1828). Ugo Bassville went in Rome with the charge to negotiate the reopening of the diplomatic relations among the papal court and the revolutionary government of Paris. Unfortunately he was killed by roman inhabitants. Monti decided to write this work to justify the happening: he imagines that the soul of Bassville condamns the horrors of french revolution. The work was published for the first time totally anonymous in 1793 in pamphlets published in different periods, the same year was published the second roman edition and another edition. Editorial data are in page XXXVI (Roma, presso Luigi Perego Salvioni). This copy is totally equal to the editio princeps, but 4 not numbered pages are missing, that are the introductive pages to the chants of the work (e.g. third chant "gli altri di daranno in appresso"), pages that could seem insignificant from an editorial point of view and probably thrown by the ex owner. In this copy there is also the second strophe in pag. 23, verses missing in the second roman edition (in which the four numbered pages introductive to chants are missing). The last page LXXX finishes with a not complete sentence, but the work is complete from an editorial point of view, the complete writing will be published only in 1821. Manuscripted dedication in the internal part of front plate dated 1863. In good conditions. Scarce copy, high value. Soft cartonated cover with spien covered by paper in good general conditions slightly worn in the edges and spine. Binding in fair conditions with slight cracks. Inside pages are in good conditions with foxings. Worming in the folding edge of the whole volume with no loss of text.

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        Tegenwoordige Staat der Vereenigde Nederlanden: Stad en Lande.

      Isaak Tirion, Amsterdam 1793 - J. de Groot, . Warnars, S. en J. Luchtmans, A. en P. Blussé en V. van der Plaats. Original publisher's wrappers. Vol. 1: Frontispiece, folding map, Vol. 2: 4 folding plates and 1 full page plate. A clean and good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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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        A PICTURESQUE TOUR THROUGH PART Of EUROPE, ASIA, And AFRICA: Containing Many New remarks on the Present State of Society, Remains of Ancient Edifices, &c. With Plates after Designs by James Stuart, Esq. F.R.S. and F.A.S

      London:: Printed by J. Davis; For R. Faulder, New Bond-Street.. 1793.. 4to. 8-1/2" x 6-1/4". 1st edition. xiv, 241 pp.. Full red morocco-style sheep. AEG. Marbled paper eps.. Overall VG (some extremity rubbing/usual foxing).. Illustrated with 6 copperplate engravings (5 folding).

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        A Topographical Map of the North.n Part of New York Island, Exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, Shewing the Several Attacks of the Royal Army

      London:. 1793.. Important Revolutionary War era map, showing the attacks on the Patriots during the Battle of Fort Washington, New York by Hessian mercenaries & British forces, and considered the best contemporary plan of the Battle. From Charles Stedman's "History of the American War" and based on a map by Claude Joseph Sauthier. Faden was an important English cartographer and Geographer to King George III; he produced all the British maps of the American Revolution, including maps of the individual colonies, theaters of war, and battle plans, which were highly prized in Britain for their accuracy. This important map of the lower Hudson River (North River) and the current day borough of Manhattan centers on the island from 'Haerlem' and Snake Hill in the south to Tetard's Hill and 'Spiking Devil' in the north. A key at the right lists four attacks on Fort Washington, lettered A through D, with the first, Hessian troops under General Knyphausen; and the second and fourth the British under Matthews, Cornwallis and Percy. Fort Washington is visible at the center, as well as 'Fort Lee or Fort Constitution' directly across the river; these were the two forts intended to protect the lower Hudson from the British. However, Fort Washington fell on November 16, 1776, in a decisive victory for the combined British (under General Howe) and Hessian (under the command of Wilhelm von Knyphausen) forces; the remaining American troops were forced to escape across the Hudson to Fort Lee, which they later fled. Copper engraved map with slight offsetting, a short closed diagonal tear at the left margin, and a very short split at top center fold. 10" x 18 1/4" with original folds, in very good condition.

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        History of Greece

      Dublin: Printed by John Exshaw, 1793. Full contemporary leather over boards binding. Complete in two volumes. Volume I has fold-out map entitled"GRAECIAE ANTIQUAE", map has one 4"closed tear on top right corner, also some small closed tears at the creases but overall a very clear and clean print. The entire map measures 21.75"x15". A 12 page subscriber list, sporting contemporary (quill) pen handwritten marginal notes, reads like a hit-list of the rebellion of the 1790's; for example footnoted to the name"Wolf Rt. Hon. Arthur, Attorney Gen. "is the handwritten note "Chief Justice of the King's Bench murdered by the Rebels in his carriage in the Streets of Dublin". All page edges "gilt"green-? , possibly oxidized copper/bronze gilding. Both volumes in nearly identical condition; light wear and soiling to boards, hinges firm but starting at leather gutters, spines have light surface cracks with wear at head and foot. Pages and text are bright and crisp with no foxing-paper appears to be 100% rag made. Admittedly this set needs and deserves further researched.. Edition; None Stated. Hard Cover. Very Good/No DJ Issued. Illus. by Illustrated with fold-out map. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Illustrated.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Bürde").

      Breslau, 12. VIII. 1793. - 1¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten über eine seine Übersetzertätigkeit, die durch "häusliche Unruhe, die Entbindung meiner Frau von Zwillingen, die bedenklichen Gesundheitsumstände derselben" arg in Mitleidenschaft gezogen worden ist: "Ueber alles dieses sehe ich mich nun noch, nach reiflicher Ueberlegung außer Stande, Ihrem Verlangen wegen Uebersetzung der Gedichte in den Oeuvres posthumes zu genügen. Ich bin Ihrem Zutrauen dieses aufrichtige Geständnis schuldig welches in der That nicht bloße Ziererey ist. Da ich bey meinen schriftstellerischen Arbeiten immer auf meine Dienstverhältnisse Rücksicht nehmen muss: so ist es für mich eine äußerst ängstliche Lage, wenn ich mich anheischig machen soll, Arbeiten dieser Art binnen einer gewissen Frist zu liefern. Ich habe noch eben jetzt die Erfahrung gemacht; und bin nicht im Stande gewesen, die noch übrigen zwey letzten Episteln binnen einem Zeitraum von 2 Monathen zu übersetzen [.] Ich kann Ihnen, hochzuehrender Herr, unter diesen Umständen bloß folgenden Vorschlag thun [.]". - Samuel Gottlieb Bürde war Mitarbeiter von Wielands "Teutschem Merkur" und Schillers "Horen", schrieb Dramen, Lieder und Opernlibretti (u. a. nach Wielands "Don Sylvio von Rosalva", 1795) "sowie die von den Zeitgenossen gerühmte Milton-Übersetzung 'Das verlorne Paradies' (2 Bde., 1793)" (DBE). - Papierbedingt stärker gebräunt und mit Sammlerstempel "J. K. Riess, Handschriftensammlung".

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        Trattato delle alluvioni diviso in ragionamenti teorico pratici sopra l'origine, il diritto, e la divisione degli incrementi fluviali.

      Soffietti., Torino. 1793 - In 8°, br. muta, pp. XVI + 254. 7 tavv. calcografiche più volte ripiegate f.t. in fine, di cui una assai grande ed accurata ( mm 1148x315) raffigurante il corso del Po nei territori di Carignano (luogo natio dell'autore) e Carmagnola nel 1778, sino a Moncalieri. Mende alla cop. Appunti manoscritti sul retro della cop. , sul front. Chiose manoscritte su diverse pp. e sul retro di alcune carte. Prima e unica edizione di raro trattato idraulico sulle alluvioni e gli incrementi fluviali, con particolare riferimento al Piemonte e al corso del fiume Po. Un capitolo è dedicato ad un compendio del jus alluvionis, termine con cui gli antichi giuristi designavano il complesso delle disposizioni giuridiche afferenti alle alluvioni e agli incrementi del volume d'acqua dei fiumi. Volume particolarmente raro in quanto presenta la tavola del Po che manca in molti esemplari. Tracce di tarli che ledono poche lettere. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [K417b (421), 458, 563]. Six Differentes Pieces Arrangées a quatre Mains Pour le Clavecin ou Piano-Forte Dedies A Son Altesse Serenissime, Madame La Princesse Iablonowska[!Jablonowska] née Comtesse de Czaplic... Oeuvre 28... Fl. 1.30

      Vienne: Artaria Comp [PN] 448. [1793]. Oblong folio. Contemporary marbled boards with leather label titled in gilt to spine, red speckled edges. 1f. (title within decorative oval border), [i] (blank), 2-29, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Various watermarks: "GFA," an eagle with crown, and three crescent moons. With printed note "Questo Largetto[!] e di Clementi" to head of p. 23. Some minor soiling and dampstaining; minor dampstaining to inner portion of each leaf. . First Edition of these arrangements. Köchel 6 p. 784 ("zu 417b [421]: Quartett"). Weinmann, Artaria, p. 34. Hoboken 11, 176. RISMM 6212 (one copy only in the U.S., at the Library of Congress). Rare. The present compilation includes the first, second and third movements of string quartet K417b (421); the second movement of string quartet K458; the Larghetto from Clementi's piano duet op. 6; and the fifth movement of the divertimento K563.

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        Trois Sonates Pour Clavecin ou Forte Piano Avec Violon et Violoncelle Composees et Dediees A. M. Benn... Op XXX[!29]... Prix. 9tt. [Parts]

      Paris Sieber [PN 1353] [ca. 1793]. Folio. Sewn, as issued. Clavecin: 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 2-27, [i] (blank) pp.; Violin: [1] (blank), 2-7, [i] (blank) pp.; Violoncello: [1] (blank), 2-5, [i] (blank) pp. Edges slightly dusty. A very good copy overall.. First French edition of the work first published in London in 1793. Not in Lesure, BNF, RISM, Karlsruhr or WorldCat. Very rare.

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        Woraus man nicht nur eine hinlängliche Kenntniß von allen Reichen und Staaten, ihrer Lage, ihrer Religion und den gottesdienstlichen Gebräuchen, ihren Erzeugungen, Städten, Meeren, Inseln, Seen, Flüssen, Festungen, Orden und andern Aemtern u. s. w. erlangt, sondern auch mit der alten Geographie und Götterlehre, mit den juridischen Ausdrücken und allen Kunstwörtern, mit verschiedenen Provinzialismen, mit den aus fremden Sprachen in die deutsche genommenen Wörtern und ihrer Bedeutung, nebst den Artillerie- und Schifffahrtsausdrücken, und den vorzüglichsten Erzeugungen des Thier- und Pflanzenreichs bekannt wird. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden

      . Ignaz Alberti, Wien, 1793/1794. 4, 710, 648, 720, 734 Seiten, original Leder, Rücken mit reichen Verzierungen in Goldprägung, je 2 Rückenschilder sowie je 2 Schmuckbünde (etwas berieben/Rückenprägung etwas abgerieben/Name auf Titel). - sehr schöne spätbarocke Einbände - gute Exemplare -

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        An Account of the Trial of Thomas Muir, Esq, Younger, of Huntershill, Before the High Court of Judiciary at Edinburgh, on the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for Sedition

      Edinburgh:: Printed by J. Robertson, and ...by H. D. Symonds,... and James Ridgeway... London,. 1793.. Robertson's Edition. Hardcover. Very good overall. Thomas Muir the Younger of Huntershill (1765 ?- 1799), was a Scottish political reformer and the first political prisoner transported to Australia. Muir was sentenced to 14 years transportation for the the crime of sedition; for campaigning for parliamentary reform and for distributing copies of Thomas Paine's 'The Rights of Man'. His trial became one of the great sensations of the day; he was one of the group known as the 'Scottish Martyrs', who were sentenced in Scotland in 1793-4. 8vo, (3), 160pp, frontispiece. Quarter dark brown calf and tan cloth. Title in gilt at spine. Cloth covers a bit dusty, calf at top of spine a bit worn, slightly loose. Ferguson 158; C & C, 28; OCLC: 3119131.

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        The French Family Cook

      London: J. Bell, 1793. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary tree calf with a later rebacking and new endpapers. Lettering piece chipped, scattered foxing, last few pages heavily browned and final page with a number of tape repairs; still about very good. xxiv, 342pp. Cagle 872, Bitting 554, Simon 714The first English edition of Menon's hugely influential Cuisinière Bourgeoise (1746). Menon's aims were similar, if a bit more rarefied, to Hannah Glasse's - to bring practicality and common sense to cookery. For comparison, Menon's recipe "To Roll a Turkey" and La Chapelle's "Young Turkies in the Shape of a Foot-Ball" are very similar but the former leaves out the veal, calf's udder, partridges, pistachios, and truffles. Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000164.

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        "Gegend vom Künast mit dem Amte Hermsdorff in Schlesien". Im Hintergrund Ruine der Burg, im Vordergrund rechts Arbeiter am Fluß.

      . Altkol. Umrißradierung von D. Berger nach S.C.C. Reinhardt, 1793 27,5 x 40 cm.. Katalog Slg. Haselbach 49. - Dekoratives Blatt in feinem Altkolorit. Im alten Originalrahmen!

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        HERCULANENSIUM VOLUMINUM QUAE SUPERSUNT

      Neapoli, ex Regia Typographia, 1793-1809. In folio (mm. 400 x 255), primi 3 tomi (su 11), tela mod., tit. oro su tassello al dorso. Disponibili: - ?"Herculanensium voluminum.. Tomus I?", 1793, pp. (6),24,(2),180, con 39 tavv. f.t. inc. in rame; "mancano" 4 pagg. (5-8). - ?"Dissertationis Isagogicae ad Herculanensium voluminum explanationem. Pars prima?", 1797, pp. (6),104, con 20 tavv. e 2 grandi carte topografiche, più volte ripieg., inc. in rame f.t. - ?"Herculanensium voluminum.. Tomus II?", 1809, pp. XXVI,(2),86, con 25 tavv. inc. in rame f.t. "Edizione originale", rara. Cfr. Brunet,III,91 - Graesse,III,247. Monumentale e importante opera in cui sono descritti e riprodotti i Papiri venuti alla luce ad Ercolano (1752-54) durante gli scavi nei cunicoli della Villa - ora detta "Dei Papiri" - e di cui costituivano la ricca biblioteca. La pubblicazione dell'opera fu voluta da Carlo di Borbone che allo scopo costitui' la R. Accademia Ercolanense. A causa della difficoltà nello srotolamento dei Papiri carbonizzati, solo dopo 40 anni (1793) usci' il 1° vol. che ebbe nel mondo una tale risonanza da dare inizio alla "scienza papirologica". L'opera venne portata a compimento solo nel 1855. Con qualche fiorit. o uniformi arross. interc. nel t. ma complessivam. buon esempl. con barbe; con ex libris Giovanni Treccani degli Alfieri.

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        Politische Annalen herausgegeben von Christoph Girtanner. 46 (statt 48) Stücke in 8 Bänden. Mit 10 (statt 13) gestochenen Portraits, 2 mehrfach gefalteten Kupferstichkarten und Falttabelle.

      Berlin, Johann Friedrich Unger, 1793-1794.. Zus. ca. 4500 Seiten. Neue Halblederbände im Stil der Zeit mit Rückenverrgoldung (Orig.-Umschläge der Lieferungshefte mit eingebunden).. *Kirchner 1726a. - Nahezu vollständiges Exemplar (es fehlt dasletzte Heft im vierten Band (in Kopie mit eingebunden) und das erste Heft im 6. Band. Zeitschrift mit interessanten Darstellungen und Dokumentationen aus Politik und Gesellschaft in den Jahren nach der Französischen Revolution. - Christoph Girtanner (1760-1800) war Arzt in Göttingen. "In leichter, bequemer Darstellung schrieb er Jahre lang Berichte über die Vorgänge in Frankreich und deren Einwirkung auf die Nachbarländer, unterstützt durch Beobachtungen, die er kurz vor dem Ausbruch der Revolution auf Reisen durch Frankreich gesammelt hatte ... Seit dem Jahre 1793 ließ er ... die Politischen Annalen' erscheinen, allmonatlich zwei Hefte" (ADB). - Die großen Karten zeigen Pläne von Landau mit den Stellungen und Verschanzungen sowie die Belagerung von Mainz und Kassel.

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        The New, Complete, and Universal History, Description, and Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, the Borough of Southwark, and the Parts Adjacent , with All the Late Alterations and Improvements, Brought Down to the Present Time

      Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall, Compiled ... by a Society of Gentlemen ... Revised ... and improved by William Thornton, ... assisted by George Smith, and the Reverend Alex Townsend, etc....Cheaper edition evised with additions to original 1874 publication with less illustrations. Dated from last entry regarding an execution. pp iv 538 plus 6 pages of contents and addenda section having pagination out of sequence due to use of original. Nice illus by various well known engravers including John Rennoldson and John Royce who both also worked on Cook's Voyages. Engravings are of many historical scenes, portraits, bridges, churches and buildings plus a plan of London 1642, Wren's plan for rebuiding the city after the great fire of 1666, and also Sir John Evan's plan of the same, plan of Billingsgate Ward and Bridge Ward within, Plan of Faringdon Ward divided into Parishes, Plan of Aldersgate Ward, Bishopsgates Ward, Bread Street and Corwainers Wards, Plan of Broad Street and Cornhill Wards, and Walbrook and Dowgate Wards, Plan of Bynards Castle Ward and Raringdon within, Candlewick and Langborn Wards, Plan of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards, Portsoken Ward, Cripplegate Ward, Plan of Cheap Ward, Towerstreet Ward. 2 fold out Maps of Cities of London and Westminster with the Borough of Southwark, the other is Counties upwards of twenty miles round London. 48 sheets of illustrations with up to 6 views to each page, odd one through text as well as vignettes. Rebound in Brown cloth mid 20th century with new eps. CONDITION Mostly bright with very odd mark intenally, some foxing; faults are to title pages has tears with early rebacked restoration, 1st page of text torn with loss of bottom third, maps handled with reinforcing to verso at fold of first which also has 2 short tears not effecting content, light water stained top edge not effecting contents to 2nd, last page of addenda missing. Overweight

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        FABLES BY JOHN GAY, WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR AND EMBELLISHED WITH SEVENTY PLATES (in 2 volumes - complete)

      London: John Stockdale, 1793. First printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Each volume 6 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches. Vol. I, xi, 225 pages, Vol. II, vii, 187 + 1 page of ads. (list of subscibers at end of Vol. II). 67 copperplate illustrations (12 by William Blake), 2 engraved title pages and frontis. First issue with long 'S's throughout. Full polished calf binding by Lloyd, Wallis & Lloyd (with their mark on verso of ffeps), with 5 raised bands on spines, gilt lettering & decoration, gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Condition is Very Good; Front cover of Vol. I detached but present, rear joint starting to crack, but hinge is sound, Vol. II, front joint cracked, cover being held by 5 strings, rear hinge sound. Covers are very clean, spines are dry, with some flaking, piece of label missing on Vol. I, text and illustrations are extrordinarily well preserved with no foxing, toning or staining anywhere. RGRR

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