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        The Trial of Thomas Muir Esq. Younger of Huntershill; before the High Court of Justiciary, upon Friday and Saturday the 30th and 31st Days of August, 1793. On a charge of sedition. The whole accurately taken down in short-hand. With an elegant portrait of Mr. Muir. To which is annexed An appendix containing all the papers referred to in the course of the trial.

      Edinburgh: Alexander Scott, 1793. Octavo, xii, 72 pp. (last blank), appendix of 16 pp; small smudge affects the frontispiece, otherwise an excellent copy in recent marbled wrappers, beautifully preserved in a quarter navy morocco folding bookform box with gilt lettering by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. 'given for the relief of poor prisoners'. Rare: with the fine frontispiece portrait by John Kay and an eight page appendix which prints several important facts relating to the trial, most notably the "Declaration of Mr Muir before the Sheriff", given on 2 January 1793.Ferguson knew only his own copy and that in the National Library, and he added the Allport copy for the appendix; moreover, if Ferguson's collation can be relied on, none of those copies has the 8 page appendix included here, although the Allport copy (not seen by us) does have a 16 page appendix but no frontispiece. The catalogue of the State Library of New South Wales also records two copies in the Dixson and Mitchell collections, nonetheless this edition is minimally represented in Australian public collections. This book was published is sympathy with the cause, the verso of the half-title reads as follows:'The following account of Mr Muir's Trial is not offered to the Public from the view of obtaining any pecuniary advantage to the Publisher. The profits were left to be disposed of in any charitable manner which Mr Muir might direct; and he has desired them to be given for the relief of poor prisoners'.

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        Geiriadur cynmraeg a saesoneg : A Welsh and English Dictionary; compiled from the laws, history, Poetry, Bardism, Proverbs, and other monuments of the knowledge and learning of the ancient Britons [2 volumes in 1] With numerous and ... (Truncated)

      London : printed for E. and T. Williams, Strand, 1793 [-1803], 1793, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFull Book Title: Geiriadur cynmraeg a saesoneg : A Welsh and English Dictionary; compiled from the laws, history, Poetry, Bardism, Proverbs, and other monuments of the knowledge and learning of the ancient Britons [2 volumes in 1] With numerous and select quotations to elucidate the meaning of words. To which is prefixed, a Welsh grammar / by William Owen, F.S.A.Finely bound in modern gilt-blocked blue cloth. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical desc. : 2v. Unpaged. 23cm. Subjects: Welsh language - Dictionaries - English language. Welsh language - Dictionaries - Early works to 1800. Notes: Vol.1 (A - F) published without the Welsh grammar (reasons referenced in author's introduction). Vol. 2 (G - Y) with separate illus. Title page, dated 1803. Final page of vol.2 entitled: 'Addenda' contains words omitted and the statement "Read the last proof, June 21, 1803, Alban Hevin".

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        Les étrennes intéressantes des 4 parties du monde et des troupes de France, année 1793, 5è de la liberté,

      Langlois, à Paris, chez Langlois 1793 - Livre ancien Accompagné de 2 cartes dépliantes en début et fin de volume, en coloris d'époque : mappe monde comprenant les nouvelles découvertes et les voyages du navigateur Cook, au verso, l'Europe, le France, puis l'Asie, l'Afrique, l'Amérique septentrionale et l'Amérique méridionale. Condition : In-16, en plein maroquin rouge, orné au petit fer d'une guirlande en encadrement et d'un cartouche central représentant une bergère assise sous un arbre. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Theologia Moralis ; illustrissimi ac reverendissimi D. Alphonsi de Ligorio Olim Episcopi S. Agathae Gothorum, Rectoris Majoris Congregationis S.. Redemptoris;, Adjuncta in calce perutili instructione ad praxim confessariorum, una cum Illustrissimi AC reverendissimi Joannis Dominici Mansi Archiepiscopi Lucensis - Epitome doctrinae moralis, et canonicae ex operibus Benedicti XIV. Nunc primum ....-- TOMUS TERTIUS und TOMUS TERTIUS

      Bassani MDCCXCIII, 1793.. XXVIII, 512 Seiten + XVI , 427 Seiten Lederbände über 5 Bünden. Beide Bände altersberücksichtigend in sehr schöner Erhaltung. Tome tertius nur leicht bestoßen, berieben, angeschabt, Rückenvergoldung teils zerieben , Vorsätze leicht braunrandig, Vorsatzblätter mit kleinen Notizen und Vorbesitzvermerk aus 1822. Sehr schöner Papierzustand, gelegentlich altersfleckig, braunfleckig, Lese - altersübliche Spuren obligo, -- Tome Secundus wie zuvor jedoch an einigen wenigen Seiten mit sehr schwachem Braunschatten , an beiden Kap. ein Defekt in ca. Erbsengröße , die Rückenschilder mit Fehlstelle. 266

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        CORPS DE VOLONTAIRES DE BOURBON [cover title].

      L'Isle Bourbon: Imprimerie Coloniale, 1793. - [2],7,[2]pp. Quarto. Printed self-wrappers, stitched as issued. Contemporary manuscript inscription on titlepage. Moderate dampstaining to lower half of text. Good plus. Extremely early and rare imprint from the colonial press at the French colony of Bourbon, present-day Réunion Island, dated August 1, 1793. The text outlines the articles for the organization of a voluntary militia for the island. The first printing press arrived on Réunion in June 1792 and began to print early in 1793, rendering this piece very early in the history of the island's printing. Once printing arrived on the island, it was spotty at best, with a dormant period from 1797 to 1803, and many of the official documents still came over from nearby Mauritius which was responsible for the administration of Réunion. Printing began on Mauritius in 1768, and it would seem that, for the most part, Mauritius's press was sufficient for the distribution of printed material on Réunion Island. No copies located in OCLC. Possibly unique.

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        Declaration of Independence Signer Samuel Huntington's Copy of an Act of Congress Signed by Thomas Jefferson

      Philadelphia, PA 1793 - Printed Document Signed as Secretary of State. "An Act to alter the Times and Places of holding the Circuit Courts in the Eastern District, and in North-Carolina,." Philadelphia, Pa., March 2, 1793. 2 pp., 9 3/4 x 15 in. Signed in Type by George Washington as President. Lengthy docket by Samuel Huntington. This act establishes the exact places and dates for the spring Circuit Courts to meet for the eastern districts of New-York, Connecticut, Vermont, New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. This copy of the act, duly signed by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson a day before the official date of the end of the Second Congress, was sent to Governor Samuel Huntington of Connecticut because the act specified that the spring circuit court "shall henceforth be held . for the district of Connecticut, at New-Haven on the twenty-fifth day of April." In Samuel Huntington's hand: "an Act to alter the times & places of holding the Circuit Courts in the Eastern district & in North Carolina, & for other purposes. March 2d - 93."North Carolina did not have a sufficient number of judges to hold circuit court in the November 1792 term, so this act gave power to the district judge to direct the court clerk to summon jurymen to court and ordered the marshal to execute the process "and the jurymen legally summoned in consequence thereof, are to attend the said court under the like penalties for disobedience as if the said process had been ordered to be issued as usual by the said court."Excerpt"An Act to alter the times and places of holding the Circuit Courts, in the Eastern District, and in North Carolina, and for other purposes.Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Times for holding spring circuits of eastern district and N. Carolina altered.That the spring circuit courts of the eastern district, instead of being held at the times and places now established by law for holding the same, shall from henceforth be held at the times and places following respectively, namely; for the district of New York, at New York, on the fifth day of April; for the district of Connecticut, at New Haven, on the twenty-fifth day of April; for the district of Vermont, at Windsor and Bennington alternately, beginning at the first, on the twelfth day of May; for the district of New Hampshire, at Portsmouth, on the twenty-seventh day of May; for the district of Massachusetts, at Boston, on the seventh day of June; and for the district of Rhode Island, at Newport, on the nineteenth day of June. And if any of the said days shall happen on a Sunday, the courts, respectively, shall commence and be holden on the day following.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,N. Carolina circuit court after June where to be held. That from and after the expiration of the session of the circuit court of the state of North Carolina, which is to commence on the first day of June next (which session shall be held, any thing in this act notwithstanding, at Newbern) the stated sessions of the said court shall be held at Wake courthouse, either in the courthouse belonging to the said county, or in some convenient building contiguous thereto, until there shall be convenient accommodations for the said purpose in the city of Raleigh.Sec. 3. And be it further enacted,District judge of N. Carolina how to have jurymen summoned for said June term. Inasmuch as there was not a sufficient quorum of judges to hold the circuit court for the district of North Carolina, for the purpose of doing business, at November term one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, that it shall and may be lawful for the district judge of the state of North Carolina to direct the clerk of the said court to issue such process for the purpose of having jurymen summoned to attend the said court at the term to commence on the first day of June next, as he had before issued for the like pur. (See website for full description)

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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... Written by an Italian Gentleman

      London: Printed by J. Davis, 1793. . First edition, 8vo, xiv, 241, (1) pp, 6 folding plates - five of Athens and one of Palermo, some subtle repairs otherwise a very good clean copy recently bound in quarter roan, marbled sides, black morocco spine label. Setting out from Palermo, Bisani travelled through Malta, Salonica and Greece to Constantinople, returning via Gibraltar, Tunisia and southern France.

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        THE GOLDEN Cabinet: Being the Laboratory, or handmaid to the arts. Containing Such Branches of Useful Knowledge, As nearly concerns all Kinds of People, from the Squire to the Peasant: And will afford both Profit and Delight.

      - Philadelphia, William Spotswood, 1793, 16,5 x 10 cm., piel de época gastada y con alguna pérdida en el lomo, portada + IV + 84 págs. + IV págs. + pág 85 a 219 con un grabado en madera en la página 70 (Taladro en varias hojas afectando a dos letras. Rara obra en primera edición, dividida en tres partes cada una con portada propia. La primera trata del dorado, plateado, bronceado, etc. La segunda, de la elaboración, el trabajo en cera, y las técnicas de peluquería y algunas recetas de cocina y del vino incluyendo cómo hacer un clarete artificial, vino de Málaga, Malvasía y el vino de frambuesa. Y la tercera parte trata de la naturaleza y composición de los cristales y el arte de la falsificación de todo tipo de gemas).

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        Description du Pégu et de l'isle de Céylan. Renfermant des dètails exacts et neufs sur le climat, les productions, le commerce, le gouvernement, les moeurs et les usages de ces contrées.

      Chez Maradan,, A Paris, 1793 - Cm. 20,5, pp. 354 (1). Solida ed elegante legatura di recente fattura in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con titoli in oro su tassello e piatti marmorizzati. Esemplare marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione originale in lingua francese di quest'opera che contiene la descrizione dell'isola di Ceylon di Hunter, l'opera: "La vie et les avantures dans l'isle de Ceylan" di Wolf e la breve descrizione della stessa isola di Eschelskroons. Si tratta in pratica di tre testi riuniti in una sola opera. Interessante e non comune. Cfr. Cox (I, 301): "According to Pinkerton the information of Hunter respecting the Birman Empire was the best till the appearance of Symes' valuable work". Cordier BI, 127 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of the Assembly of the State of New York; Sixteenth Session (1792-1793)

      New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, Printers to the State. 1793. First. First edition. Proceedings from November 6, 1792 - March 12, 1793. Folio. Unbound and untrimmed as issued in folded sheets: 16, 19-247pp., with a title vignette of the state seal. Lacks the folded leaf, else complete. A chip to the bottom of the title affecting the right third of the imprint, the last leaf is creased, else good with three small stitching holes in the left margin of the folded folio sheets (the first two gatherings only are neatly separated along the fold). Very scarce in the trade. Evans 25900, ESTC W33250. .

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        The Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the sacraments ... according to the use of the Church of England; together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches

      Oxford : printed at the Clarendon Press, by W. Jackson and W. Dawson, printers to the University, 1793, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1793 editionVery good copy in gilt-blocked full red aniline calf with gilt decorated border to front and rear boards. Inner gilt dentelles. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age with gilt-tooling to spine. Marble endpapers with all-edges-gilt. Remains quite well-preserved overall: Internally tight, bright, clean and strong. Provenance: From the library of Eric George Hatfield Moody with his personalized bookplate to front pastedown. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical description. : [312] p ; 15 cm ; Notes: Bound with A companion to the altar and Sternhold & Hopkins metrical Psalms. Subject: Church of England - Book of Common Prayer. Notes: Referenced by: ESTC : t182631.

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        The History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain. the First Four Books by Robert Watson ... the Two Last by William Thomson ... - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London, G. G. J. And J. Robinson, 1793, Hardback, Third EditionFinely and uniformly bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 0 pages; Description: 2 v. 22 cm. Subjects: Philip III, King of Spain, 1578-1621. Spain--History--Philip III, 1598-1621.

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        Poems by the late reverend Dr. Thomas Blacklock; together with an essay on the education of the blind. To which is prefixed a new account of the life and writings of the author.

      W. Creech and T. Cadell, Edinburgh 1793 - 4to. Half title. Pp, xxxv, 262. Full calf, morocco title label. Spine a little sunned and the binding's extremities rubbed. Marginal worming affecting the last dozen pages. Moderate foxing to the first 10 pages. From the library of Tarradale House with bookplate to front free endpaper and discrete withdrawn stamp to front paste-down endpaper. A very acceptable copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Constitution de la lune, rêve politique et moral. Par le Cousin-Jacques. Seconde édition.

      Paris, Froullé 1793 - in-8, VIII-302 pp., cartonnage Bradel de papier écru, dos lisse orné de filets noirs, tête mouchetée (Laurenchet). Bon exemplaire. Edition parue l'année de l'originale : cette utopie qui explore les us et révolutions de la lune est en partie une satire du délire constitutionnel qui s'était emparé de la France depuis les événements de 1789. Mais la produire en pleine Terreur n'était pas sans risques, et l'auteur, le célèbre chansonnier et humoriste Cousin-Jacques (1757-1811) fut brièvement incarcéré du 25 novembre 1793 au 26 janvier 1794. Hartig-Soboul, Utopie, p. 77. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Necrosi Ossium.

      . Frankfurti ad Moenum, Impensis Andreaeis, 1793, Folio, (6), 60 pp., große figürliche Titelblattvignette, und 15 von (Georg Joseph) Cöntgen (1752-1799) gest. Kupferstichtafelen; feiner Halbledereinband im Stil der Zeit; minimal fleckig.. Erste illustrierte Ausgabe! - Johann Peter Weidmann "lieferte die erste ausführliche Arbeit über die Knochennekrose in Deutschland. Ihm gebührt das Verdienst, die Sequestrotomie allgemeiner in der Praxis eingeführt zu haben, obschon das Verfahren in Fachkreisen sehr kontrovers diskutiert und zum Teil auch bekämpft wurde. Sicher war es David gewesen, der ihn bei seinem mehrmonatigen Aufenthalt in Rouen für dieses medizinische Teilgebiet interessiert und lebhafte Diskussionen mit seinem Schüler geführt hatte. Wie sich im folgenden zeigen wird, übernahm Weidmann aber nicht nur die Erfahrungen und Untersuchungsergebnisse seines einstigen Lehrers; was den von David empfohlenen Gebrauch des Glüheisens nach erfolgter Sequestrotomie betraf, distanzierte sich Weidmann von dessen Lehrmeinung und bezog eine eindeutig konträre Position, indem er engagiert gegen die Anwendung dieses Instrumentes kämpfte. - - Aus Anlaß der Restaurationsfeierlichkeiten der Mainzer Universität legte Weidmann 1784 seine erste, achtzehn Seiten umfassende Schrift über die Knochennekrose vor. Die 1793 erschienene, erweiterte Ausgabe war mit 15 Kupfertafeln von Cöntgen illustriert. Erst fünf Jahre später wurde die deutsche Übersetzung in Leipzig verlegt. Aber auch noch in einer weiteren Schrift über den Mißbrauch des glühenden Eisens zur Abtrennung nekrotisch gewordener Knochenstücke beschäftigte sich Weidmann mit dem Thema der Knochennekrose, das damit sein Hauptarbeitsgebiet in der Chirurgie wurde, - - Die "bey weitem... beste Schrift, die wir über die Nekrose der Knochen haben" , ist klar strukturiert und entwickelt schrittweise und logisch aufeinander aufbauend Weidmanns Konzept über das Krankheitsbild, das man am ehesten mit der chronischen Osteomyelitis gleichsetzen kann. "Was man in anderen Schriften über diesen Gegenstand so sehr vermißt", das führte Weidmann in den ersten Abschnitten seiner Abhandlung aus: Knochen sind für ihn belebte und organisierte Massen, "durch lebendige Kräfte ernährt". Denn in ihren Höhlen, Zwischenräumen und Kanälen bewegen sich Säfte verschiedenster Art, die Schadstoffe in den Kreislauf abfließen lassen und Nährstoffe zuführen: "Dadurch wird Stockung und Verderbniß derselben verhütet", schrieb Weidmann, "und ihre Masse in guter, gehöriger Beschaffenheit erhalten." - - Im folgenden definierte Weidmann verschiedene Krankheiten, die den Knochen betreffen können, nämlich eitrige Periostitis, Beinfraß und Nekrose oder Knochenbrand. Unter "Beinfraß", den er auch Knochenkaries nannte, faßte er akute, tiefe Knocheneiterungen zusammen, die als Geschwür zur Aushöhlung des Knochens führen Unter Nekrose aber verstand er das Absterben von Knochenteilen durch Minderdurchblutung dieses Gewebebezirks: "bei dem Knochenbrände hingegen hört die Lebenskraft und die Ernährung in einer Stelle so ganz auf, daß sich dieser Theil, da er nicht mehr ernährt werden kann, lostrennen muß." Weidmann ging es vor allem um exakte Begriffsbestimmungen und Differenzierung nur wenig unterschiedlicher Krankheitsbilder. Er beklagte die herrschenden, unpräzisen Krankheitsdefinitionen: "Die meisten Ärzte sind bisher gewohnt gewesen, den Knochenbrand mit andern zu verwechseln. " - - Zur klaren Beschreibung des Krankheitsverlaufs versäumte Weidmann auch nicht, drei exakt definierte Stadien zu erläutern Das erste Stadium war durch heftige Beschwerden des Patienten wie Schmerz und Fieber charakterisiert. Definitionsgemäß durfte sich zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch kein Eiter gebildet haben "In diesem Zustande schwebt der Kranke so lange, bis die Krankheit nach erfolgter Eitererzeugung etwas erleichtert wird, und das Eiter in die benachbarte Zellengewebe übergeht, zwischen die Muskeln und andere Theile eindringt, und sich meistens nach geraumer Zeit an mehrere von einander, und von dem ursprünglichen Sitze der Krankheit jezuweilen ganz entfernten, oder miteinander gegenüber liegenden Stellen einen Ausgang bahnt." Stadium zwei wurde also durch die Fistelbildung charakterisiert; der abgestorbene Knochenteil beginnt sich abzulösen, hängt aber noch mit den "lebendigen Theilen" unbeweglich zusammen Hier fühlt sich der Knochen bei Palpation bereits aufgerauht an; es hat sich eine Grube gebildet. Im Endstadium ist der nekrotische Gewebeteil abgelöst; frei läßt er sich mit Finger oder Sonde innerhalb des Weichteilgewebes tasten. - - Neben eben diesen allgemeinen Maßnahmen legte Weidmann besonderen Wert auf die Entfernung des Sequesters durch den Arzt, denn "so thätig nun aber auch die Natur bei der Trennung der todten Knochen sich verhielt, so wenig oder oft gar nichts kann sie bei der Austreibung der getrennten Stücke ausrichten; hier muß also die Hülfe der Kunst eintreten" Dies müsse geschehen, damit sich die Knochenhöhle schließen und der Weichteilmantel zusammenwachsen könne Streng war auf die sorgfältige Ausräumung der Aushöhlung zu achten, um nicht durch verbleibende Reste eine Fistelbildung zu fördern. Der rechtzeitige Eingriff mit Pinzette oder Zange könne die bisher durchaus gebräuchliche Amputation der betroffenen Extremität ersetzen. War allerdings der rechte Zeitpunkt für die Operation verpaßt und der Patient durch das Krankheitsgeschehen schon stark mitgenommen, "wenn also der Schaden schon ziemlich alt ist; wenn der vorher stärkere Eiterfluß jetzt schon sehr vermindert ist; wenn jezuweilen kleine Knochenstücke mit dem Eiter abgieng, und wenn man mit der Sonde keine todten Knochenstücke fühlt, dann ist es vielleicht besser, die Operation nicht vorzunehmen, sondern eine sich so gut anfangende Sache vollends den Kräften der Natur zu überlassen"." Barbara Weber, Johann Peter Weidmann (1751-1819) und das Mainzer Accoucement (1986), pp.80-85 - - "1793 erscheint die Arbeit von Weidmann "De necrosi ossium" , eine sehr eingehende Studie, die alle bringt, was auf dem Gebiete der Knochenpathologie resp. - physiologie bis dahin erschienen war. Weidmann hatte selbst zahlreiche Versuche gemacht und gelangte zu dem Ergebnis: "Wenn der innere Teil der Knochenrinde abstirbt, der äußere Teil aber gesund bleibt, wird dieser selbst aufschwellen, und gleichsam auf die Weise einen neuen Knochen darstellen." K. Vogeler: Bernhard Heine und seine Zeit, p. 35. In: Bernhard Heines Versuche über Knochenregeneration (1926). - - FIRST EDITION. An early monograph on bone necrosis, published the year before James Russell's treatise "A practical essay on a certain diseases of the bones termed necrosis" (1794) (Garrison & Morton No. 4307), which was one of the first attempts at a complete description of the condition. Weidmann was professor of surgery and obstetrics at Mainz. His book is remarkable for the splendid suite of copperplates with which it is illustrated. - - Blake 484; Engelmann 619; Hirsch/H. V, 879; Lesky 700; Wolfenb. IV, 1780.

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        The Law of Nations : Or, Principles of the Law of Nature: Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nations and Sovereigns. .. / by M. De Vattel. Translated from the French. [Droit Des Gens. English]

      London : Printed For G. G. J. And J. Robinson; And Whieldon And Butterworth, 1793, Hardback, New edition, correctedFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 444 pages; Physical desc. : lvi, 444 [i. E.454]p : 8vo. [Pp.449-454 are misnumbered 439-444]. Subject: War (International law) - International law and relations - Early works to 1800.

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        Observaciones Prácticas Sobre los Recursos de Fuerza: Modo y Forma de Introducirlos, Continuarlos, y Determinarlos en los Tribunales Superiores. Apuntamientos Prácticos para Todos los Trámites Civiles

      Imprenta Real 1793 - (ON62) - Madrid - 2 Tomos - Contiene 620 y 571 páginas respectivamente - Título completo del tomo II es Apuntamientos prácticos para todos los trámites de los juicios civiles, así ordinarios como extraordinarios, que se empiezan, continúan, y acaban en los Tribunales Reales - Ambos ejemplares en medio cuero café con título impreso en letras doradas en el lomo - Completo, raro y escaso sobretodo considerando lo poco abarcado del tema en esta época - Muy buen estado

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        El Rodrigo. Romance épico.

      Madrid, en Casa de Sancha, se hallará en su Imprenta y Librería, 1793. - 4to.; 352 pp. Ejemplar con pérdida de seis letras en tres líneas de la última página. Encuadernación de la época en piel con lomera ornada y tejuelo.

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        Dell'economica costruzione delle case di terra opuscolo diretto agl'industriosi possidenti e abitatori dell'agro toscano. Da un socio della r. Accademia de' Georgofili di Firenze.

      - Firenze, presso J.A. Bouchard, 1793, in-8, cartoncino giallo coevo, pp. 74. Con 4 tavv. incise in rame in fine. Bell'esemplare. Melzi, Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, v. 1, p. 341-342.

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        Vorstellung einiger merkwürdigen Versteinerungen mit kurzen Anmerkungen versehen.

      Erlangen, J.J. Palm, 1793. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to (257 x 208mm). pp. (2), 25, (1), (2), 45, (1), with 24 (2 hand-coloured) engraved plates. Later half cloth, gilt lettered spine, marbled sides. Second edition. The first edition was published in Nürnberg from 1780-82. Schmidel was a famous mineralogist-botanist editing Gesner's posthumous botanical publications. He was professor of pharmacology at Erlangen and served as physician to Margrave Carl Alexander. A very fine work on fossils and petrifaction. Schmidel's interests as a naturalist focused on mineralogy, ore mineralogy in particular. Owners name on title and underlining of 2 words. Two issues appeared one with the plates coloured and one with plain plates. The present copy is the issue with the plain plates.//Ward & Carozzi 1982.

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        Geschichte der Haupt- und Residenzstadt Wien in Oesterreich, in einiger Verbindung mit der Geschichte des Landes; von den ältesten bis auf gegenwärtige Zeiten. Zweyte Auflage.

      Wien, Ignaz Alberti, 1792-1793. - 4 Bde. (statt 6) in 5 Bdn. Mit 19 (statt 20) gest., teils mehrf. gefalt. Tafeln. Lederbände der Zeit mit doppelten goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und Rückenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Lesebändchen. Buntpapiervorsätze. 8vo. Zweite Ausgabe. - "Geissau's Hauptwerk" (Wurzbach 5, 127). Der aus Bayern gebürtige Wiener Geusau (auch: Geissau, 1746-1809) war ab 1778 an der Wiener Hofbibliothek angestellt. "Versprechungen, welche nie erfüllt wurden, verlockten G. zu einer Heirat und G. machte nun die Schule des Leidens durch, aus welcher ihn erst der Tod erlöste [.] Die mißlichen Verhältnisse, welche G. sein Leben hindurch verfolgten, veranlaßten ihn in der Schriftstellerei einen Erwerb zu suchen und so entstand eine große Menge von Schriften, von denen mehrere [.] wiederholte Auflagen erlebten" (ebd.). Ab 1792 Beamter des Wiener Magistrates, hatte er Zugang zu den Magistratsarchiven, wodurch seine Werke vieles noch heute Brauchbare enthalten. - Ohne die erst 1807-10 erschienenen Bände 5-6 (die keine Kupfer mehr enthalten). Gegenüber der Kollation bei Nebehay/Wagner fehlen im 3. Band das Kupfer mit Schaupfennigen aus Anlaß der 1. Türkenbelagerung sowie im 4. Band eine Falttabelle. Einbände etwas berieben; Ecken und Kapitale bestoßen. Der 2. Band im Stile der anderen sehr glücklich nachgebunden. Am vorderen Innendeckel Exlibris des Ernst Steiner (dat. 1922) sowie der Viennensia-Sammlung Josef Ringer. Gugitz I, 24. Nebehay/W. 951. Wernigg 2762. Slg. Mayer 150.

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        Dell'arte di tingere in filo di seta, in cotone, in lana, ed in pelle. Opera ricavata dai più celebri recenti autori inglesi e francesi. Compilata ed illustrata a benefizio dei tintori italiani dal Sig. Arciprete Dottor Talier.

      1793 - Venezia, Dalla Nuova Stamperia presso A. F. Stella, 1793. In 8vo (cm. 21); cartone coevo colorato; pp. XV, (1), 287, (1). Ottima copia con barbe. L'opera raccoglie le cognizioni tecniche dei più importanti trattati dell'epoca arricchendole con gli apporti della tradizione italiana. Della tintura del filo di cotone; Nero di Genova per velluti; Per tingere le pelli in rosso e giallo come si costuma in Turchia. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      Printed by J. Archdeacon, Cambridge 1793 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      L'Isle Bourbon: Imprimerie Coloniale, 1793.. [2],7,[2]pp. Quarto. Printed self-wrappers, stitched as issued. Contemporary manuscript inscription on titlepage. Moderate dampstaining to lower half of text. Good plus. Extremely early and rare imprint from the colonial press at the French colony of Bourbon, present-day Réunion Island, dated August 1, 1793. The text outlines the articles for the organization of a voluntary militia for the island. The first printing press arrived on Réunion in June 1792 and began to print early in 1793, rendering this piece very early in the history of the island's printing. Once printing arrived on the island, it was spotty at best, with a dormant period from 1797 to 1803, and many of the official documents still came over from nearby Mauritius which was responsible for the administration of Réunion. Printing began on Mauritius in 1768, and it would seem that, for the most part, Mauritius's press was sufficient for the distribution of printed material on Réunion Island. No copies located in OCLC. Possibly unique.

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        Beschreibungen und Abbildungen hartschaaligter Insecten Coleoptera Linn. Aus dem Original getreu uebersetzt mit der in selbigem fehlenden Synonymie und bestaendigen Commentar versehen von D. Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer.

      Erlangen, J.J. Palm, 1793-1802. 5 volumes, bound in one. 4to (257 x 207mm). pp. xii, 103; (8), 134; (10), 68; (16), 120; (8), 114, (4) with 4 charming handcoloured engraved frontispieces and 108 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary full calf, richly gilt ornamented spine in 5 compartments, sides with gilt border fillet and blind centre-piece within a richly gilt ornamented border (back cover hinges a bit cracked but very firm). The final and most complete German edition of the Dutch original. The first German edition (1785-1791) did not comprise volume V, entitled: 'Beyträge zur Geschichte der Insecten' (containing 12 plates). The present German edition has 4 beautiful engraved handcoloured frontispieces which are not found in the Dutch edition. As always some minor foxing to the text as this was printed on different paper than the plates./The first major iconography on Coleoptera and one of the finest entomological works published in the German language. Johannes Eusebius Voet (1706-1778) was a physician at Dordrecht. He possessed a large cabinet of insects and shells and was the son of Carl Voet, who was court-painter to the Earl of Portland. The Dutch Entomological Society has a splendid album on insects and their metamorphosis by Carl Voet, following closely Goedaert. According to Landwehr, Johannes Eusebius Voet was as well the author as the artist of the 'Catalogus Systematicus Coleopterorum'. Most of the splendid plates are engraved by C.F.C. Kleeman, Roesel's son-in-law, in the same elaborate manner and preciseness of detail that we know from his other works.//Nissen ZBI, 4259; Horn & Schenkling 16730.

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        The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer. By Richard Burn, LL.D. Late Chancellor of the Diocese of Carlisle. Continued to the Present Time by John Burn, Esq. his Son [etc.]. The Eighteenth Edition. Four Volumes

      London and Dublin . . . sold . . . in Philadelphia, Baltimore &c: Printed for T. Cadell . . . Re-printed by John Rice [etc.], 1793. Contemporary calf, contrasting crimson and brown labels, gilt, a trifle chipped and worn, else a very good set; two copies in North America in OCLC A rare and probable pirated printing of Burn's famed work, not a reissue of any of Strahan and Woodfall's editions, the ESTC note stating "[t]he original sheets appear to have been a private printing, so far untraced, of S & W's 16th ed

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        Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England

      Gloucester - Printed by R. Raikes 1793 - A nice clean first edition of Dallaway's work on Heraldry with bright hand-coloured platesFirst EditionBound in quarter leather with marbled boards, gilt lettering and blind embossed detail. In the original binding. Collated complete with 26 platesEight of which are hand colouredOwnership bookplate belonging to Thomas Payne M. A. to the front pastedown. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography writes, 'Dallaway, James (17631834), antiquary, was born on 20 February 1763 in the parish of Sts Philip and James, Bristol, the son of James Dallaway (17301787) of Stroud, Gloucestershire, a banker, and his wife, Martha (17391783), the daughter of Richard Hopton of Worcester; only he and his younger sister survived childhood. Having been ordained deacon in late 1785 by the bishop of Gloucester he became curate at Rodmarton, Gloucestershire, to Samuel Lysons (father of the antiquaries Daniel and Samuel), and then at Rodborough. He was engaged to assist Richard Bigland in editing his father's papers; before they parted acrimoniously in early 1794 he completed the first twenty-two parts of Ralph Bigland's Historical, Monumental, and Genealogical Collections, Relative to the County of Gloucester (178694) and gained a valuable introduction to the College of Arms. His Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England (1793) was dedicated to the Earl Marshal. He was elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1789. 'Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is some wear to the extremities including some cracking to the outer hinges and bumping. Internally the pages are bright and cleam with only the very occasional spot or handling mark. There are some ink drawings to the gutter of pages lxxx-lxxxii, with some slight offsetting. There are some handling marks and a couple of small closed tears to the title page. Overall the condition of the book is very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        The History of the Scottish Stage from its first establishment to the present time, with a distinct narrative of some recent theatrical transactions & Memoirs of his own Life.

      Edinburgh Printed for Peter Hill & G G J & J Robinson First Edition 1793 - 8vo. xiv, 424pp plus 41pp appendix. With half title. Recently rebound in full polished calf with gilt raised bands and contrasting black spine labels. A very good copy. Very Scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Modern, Authentic and Complete System of Universal Geography

      London: C.Cooke, 1793. Undated circa 1793. The content based on information received up until 1793. 6+990pp+2 - 88 plates, 22 maps. Whilst the scope purports to be the genuine history and description of the Whole World, such was the importance of Cook's discoveries that the first 106pp incorporating 25 plates and three maps is taken up with Cook's voyages. To this is included a particular description of the improved state of the New Colony formed at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, where the convicts are now settled, and an account of the excursions and discoveries made in the interior parts of New Holland. Altogether this is a gargantuan production with stunning plates and maps. Contemporary full calf, superbly rebacked with the original spine relaid. Photographs available on request.. Contemporary Full Calf. Very Good. 385x235mm.

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        The Man of the World

      London - Printed by J. Bell, 1793 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A nice clean copy. Bound in marbled calf leather. Rebacked with the original leather. First edition thus. Presentation copy from John Johnston of the Theatre Royal Covent Garden to Samuel Rogers. Charles Macklin (1690 1797) was an actor and dramatist. He was one of the most distinguished actors of his day, equally in tragedy and comedy. He gained his greatest fame in the role of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice. He wrote many plays, including Love a la Mode (1759), The School for Husbands, or The Married Libertine (1761), and The Man of the World (1781). In 1735 Macklin quarrelled with a fellow actor named Hallam and accidentally killed the man by thrusting his cane through Hallam's eye. He was tried for murder, conducted his own defence, and won an acquittal. Samuel Rogers, 1763 1855, was an English banker and poet, during his lifetime one of the most celebrated, although his fame has long since been eclipsed by his Romantic colleagues and friends Wordsworth, Coleridge and Byron. His recollections of these and other friends such as Charles James Fox are key sources for information about London artistic and literary life, with which he was intimate, and which he used his wealth to support. Rogers held various honorary positions: he was one of the trustees of the National Gallery; and he served on a commission to inquire into the management of the British Museum, and on another for the rebuilding of the Houses of Parliament. John Henry Johnstone, 1749 1828, was an actor and singer. As information from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography tells us, Johnstone was originally articled to a Dublin attorney but later moved to London to join the cavalry regiment. After his discharge, he turned to singing and the stage. His first appearance was in Dublin, and remained on the Irish stage for ten years. In 1783 Johnstone went to London, engaged at Covent Garden for three years. Johnstone was enthusiastically received and continued at Covent Garden as a singer and actor until 1803. Then, he moved to Drury Lane, and remained with the company for the remaining seventeen years of his career, accompanying them to the Lyceum between 1809 and 1812. He was welcomed in Dublin in 1803 in genuine Irish roles such as Sir Callaghan O'Brallaghan in Macklin's Love la Mode, and became known as Irish Johnstone for his superiority in Irish parts. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is mild wear to the extremities, including bumping. Internally the pages are clean and bright, with a couple of spots and handling marks only. There is some offsetting fromthe frontis. There is an ink inscription on the title page and front free endpaper. There is a description stuck to the front paste down. Overall the condition is very good..

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        Bybels Zakelyk-Woordenboek. In het welke voorkomen, en verklaard worden, niet alleen alle Landen, Steden en Gewesten, Gebouwen en Merkwaardige Plaatsen, Zeën, Rivieren en Bronnen, Bergen, Dalen en Bomen, Tempels, Godts- en Afgoden-Huizen, Offerhanden en Godtsdiensten, Afgoden der Joden en Heidenen, Volkeren en Natiën, Mans en Vrouws-Persoonen, Dieren, Berg- Stoffen, Gewichten, Ellen, Maten en Munten. Maar ook veele andere Merkwaardige Woorden en Spreekwyzen, Geloofs-Belydenissen, Gelykenissen en Voorbeelden, Gezichten en Geschiedenissen, Deugden en Ondeugden, Gewoontens en Gebruikelykheden, Zonderlinge Gevallen, Konsten en Handteeringen, Wonderwerken en Tekens, van hoedanige Dingen in de gantsche Heilige Schriftuure gemeld word. Kortelyk, alles wat tot Ophelderinge van Donkere en Zware Schriftuurplaatsen des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments eenigzints dienen kan, en daarin vervat is. Uit de Verklaringen, Redevoeringen en Schriften, als meede andere Aanmerkingen der Beste Godtgeleerden, Zinryke Oudheid-kundigen en beroemde Kerk-Leeraaren, by een gezamelt, en volgens een Alphabetische Ordeninge geschikt, ten zonderlingen Nutte en Gemakkelykheid voor Schriftuur-Lievende Wereldlyke en Kerkelyke Redenaren.

      Amsterdam, Adriaan Wor 1793. 12 delen compleet, Opnieuw gebonden half Leer met ribben, groot 4° (fraaie, onafgesneden set van dit standaardwerk).

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      Imprenta del Diario 1793 Barcelona. Pergamino. 1793. 21X14. 1h+de la pág 427 a pág 879+1h. 91 Diarios de Barcelona de Mayo a Julio de 1793. Muy difícil en comercio. Ref 6.3 Biblioteca A.

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        Traitez nouveaux & curieux du café, du thé, et du chocolate...

      La Haye, A. Moetjens, 1793. 12mo. pp. 404, (4), with engraved frontispiece and 3 engraved plates (Bound up with:) COMMELIN, J. Catalogus Plantarum Indigenarum Hollandiae, cui praemissa Lamb. Bidloo dissertatio, de re herbaria. Lugduni Batavorum, A. Langerack, 1709. pp. (2), 117, (3). Contemporary boards, spine somewhat worn. Vicaire 294. Third edition of this famous treatise dealing with coffee, tea and chocolate, each subject with a nice plate showing the plant, together with an indigenous person. Second editon of the work by Commelin, which is the first flora of the Netherlands, first published in 1683.

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      - Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1793, 15x21, XVIII-140 págs. Escudo real xilográfico en portada. Encuadernado en plena pasta española con tejuelo. (Primera uranografía auténticamente española, con innovación de términos, ampliación de sectores y capítulos no acabados por otros astrónomos europeos del siglo XVIII. Aunque La obra llevaba 3 mapas celestes plegados que deben faltar casi siempre como en el nuestro pues ni Palau los cita ni el catálogo de BNE., Bella impresión en gran papel con amplios márgenes, perfecto estado). (52212).

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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

      London, United Kingdom: Alex Hogg , 1793. 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. ISBN: 0000000000. 2nd Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/N/A. Illus. by . Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. History and Topography Great Britain.

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        Faunae Insectorum Germanicae Initia oder Deutschlands Insecten.

      Nürnberg, in der Felseckerschen Buchhandlung, 1793-1813. 110 parts, loose in old wrappers and preserved in 9 boxes. Oblong small-8vo (125 x 95mm). With 2640 beautifully handcoloured engraved plates, each plate with descriptive text. The attractive uniform boxes, with gilt ornamented and lettered spines and marbled sides are of a later date. An attractive set of all that was published by Panzer, of the most beautiful miniature entomological work ever published. Panzer published parts 1-109 and the final part of this set was published by Geyer. The splendid illustrations are of an unsurpassed beauty and exactness. Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer (1755-1829) was a German entomologist; regional physician in Hersbruck near Nuremberg and lecturer at the Collegium Medicum in Nuremberg. "There does not exist a more accurate or useful work. The figures are drawn and etched by the famous Sturm, the best entomological artist on the continent; ... while the descriptions, although frequently too short, are written by hand of a master. The system of Fabricius is followed and the work altogether is highly essential to every one who writes upon the entomology of Europe" (Swainson).//A continuation to Panzer's work was published by Herrich-Schaeffer and is very scarce due to a decreasing number of subscribers.//"Die alte bayrische Schule der naturwissenschaftliche Illustrationen hat sich unsterbliche Verdienste besonders um die Entomologie erworben. Sie hat die schönsten Abbildungswerke dieser Wissenschaft geliefert" (Junk. Rara II, p. 142).//Jacob Sturm (1771-1848) was born in Nürnberg. His father Johann Georg Sturm was an engraver. Jacob Sturm was the editor and illustrator of several natural history works such as his 'Deutschlands Flora in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen'. Apart from this he illustrated a great number of the finest natural history works published at that period in South Germany.//Added to the series are: /The original backcovers bound in brown half morocco of all the 110 parts with the printed names of the insects contained in each part./The 'Catalogus systematicus' by Panzer of parts 1-108 'Index systematicus methodo Fabriciana', Nürnberg 1793-1809./Saunders, E. Index to Panzer's Fauna Insectorum Germaniae. London 1888./Index Entomologicus sistens insectorum species in G.W. Panzeri Fauna Insectorum Germanica... Pars I. Eleutherata. Norimbergiae 1813./Panzer, G.W. Kritische Revision der Insektenfauna Deutschlands nach dem System bearbeiter. I-XCVI Heft. Nürnberg 1805.//Nissen ZBI, 3084; Junk Rara II, p. 141.

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      New York: Printed by Hugh Gaine, 1793.. [370],171,[4]pp. 18mo. Contemporary red morocco, gilt. Binding worn. First few leaves loose. Minor foxing and soiling. About very good. The first edition of The Book of Common Prayer published "by Direction of the General Convention" of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. In 1789 the American Episcopal church adopted its first version of the Book of Common Prayer, which was used from 1790 until a major revision was completed in 1892. During this time, several editions of the Book of Common Prayer were published with corrections and other minor changes, of which this 1793 edition was the first. Evans notes that "[t]his is the corrected edition of the 'first' Book of common prayer, and ante-dates the so-called second 'Standard' edition" - presumably, the octavo edition published by Hugh Gaine in the same year, which has sometimes been assigned priority over the present edition. EVANS 26042. SHIPTON & MOONEY 26042. GRIFFITHS 1793:11.

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        Sammlung auserlesener Vögel und Schmetterlinge, mit ihren Namen. Herausgegeben auf Hundert nach der Natur ausgemahlten Kupfern.

      Augsburg, gedruckt mit Brinnhausserischen Schriften, 1793. 8vo (197 x 122mm). pp. 16, with 100 hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt ornamented spine with gilt lettered label (head and foot of spine a bit rubbed). The rarest of Hübner's works and probably the rarest entomological work ever published. We suppose that Dr. W. Junk once owned a copy which he describes in extenso in his 'Rara Historia Naturalia'. In his '50 Jahre Antiquar' on page 31 he writes that on one occasion he was able to buy an almost complete set of Hübner's works 'aus den kaiserlichen und erzherzoglichen Bibliotheken Oesterreichs und Ungarns'. As W. Junk is the only major source of information on this book we quote his description. / "Auf jeder der 100 Tafeln ist ein Vogel und ein Schmetterling - fast durchgängig Microlepidopteren - dargestellt. Der Hauptwert des Werkes liegt in den Abbildungen der letzteren. Denn während die Tafeln der Vögel bis auf einen kleinen Theil nach den Abbildungen anderer Zoologen hergestellt sind, Hübner sich auch bei der Wahl der abzubildenden Arten zu sehr von der Rücksicht auf ihre Schönheit leiten liess, ist unter den Schmetterlingen nicht einer, der nicht unmittelbar nach der Natur gezeichnet und gemalt wurde, und - was besonders wichtig ist - die in der Sammlung enthalten Species waren vorher nie oder nur ganz mangelhaft abgebildet. Einer grossen Anzahl der Microlepidopteren hat der Autor, wie er selbst angibt, in diesem Buche zum ersten Male Namen gegeben./Dieses erste grössere Werk Hübner's ist das seltenste der Bücher des Autors, die bekanntlich alle zu den Raritäten der entomologischen Litteratur gehören. Selbst Hagen, der die anderen alle gesehen hat, ist von diesem kein Exemplar zu Augen gekommen. Schon in Jahre 1850 war es laut Ankündigung Dr. Herrich-Schäffer's im Gegensatz zu den anderen Werken Hübner's ganz vergriffen... Dieses sehr seltene Buch, das kaum von jemand Anders als von Ochsenheimer und Treitschke an ein paar Stellen citirt wird... wird den wenigsten Lepidopterologen zu Gesicht gekommen sein oder künftig kommen" (W. Junk, Rara Historico-Naturalia II, p. 137). /A fine copy.//See F. Hemming, Hübner, a bibliographical account p. 65; Hagen p. 388.

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        Twice signed by two American Presidents, George Washington and the Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson, exceedingly rare official document signed by both in Philadelphia, cica 1793, authorizing ship's papers for the sloop "Abigail"

      Document signed "Geo. Washington" and "Thos. Jefferson", Alexandria, (Virginia), Philadelphia: 1793-1794. Folio (10" x 15.5"), original leaf, printed, accomplished in manuscript in a secretarial hand, signed on the recto and verso. Rare official document, twice signed by both Washington as the nation?s first president and by Jefferson as America?s first Secretary of State, circa 1793, consisting of ship?s papers?"the manifest, passport and request for safe passage?"for the sloop Abigail, subsequently officially engrossed and countersigned by Vincent Gray, Deputy Collector of Customs, and Robert Mease, Mayor of Alexandria, Virginia in August 1794. An exceptionally rare document twice signed by America?s first and third presidents.This rare official document, dated August 29, 1794, is twice signed by both Washington as the nation?s first president and Jefferson as America?s first Secretary of State. The document, printed consecutively in columns on the recto a

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      - Coimbra (Portugal). Real Imp. da Univ. 1793-1794. 2 tomos. 21x15 cm. T. I, Primeira e segunda parte. Em que se tracta das Noçôes preliminares, e do Direito Publico Portuguez. 1 grabado a plena página de "Joannes Brasiliae Princepso" al aguafuerte. XIV + 202 págs. * T. II, Terceira parte, Em que se tracta do libro segundo das Ord. Filippinas pelo método sinthetico compendioso demonstrativo. XV + 202 págs. plena piel época, tejuelos, cortes tintados. Exlibris (2) anteriores propietarios. # derecho. Portugués [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Pastel. "Paysage".

      Pastel signé Bertrand et daté de juillet 1793 - . 410 x 280 mm. Beau travail XVIIIe siècle.

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        An essay on philosophical necessity

      London: J. Johnson, 1793.

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        Værker - tillige med hans Levned.

      Oversat af K.L Rahbek, J. Kragh Høst og O.J. Samsøe. 9 bind. København 1793. Indbundet med helt guldsnit i 5 samtidige helbind af langnarvet rød chagrin med enkelte perm- og rygdekorationer i guld. Gammelt navn på fribladets top. Enkelte sider lidt plettede.. Første samlede udgave på dansk. Bibl. Dan. IV, 175

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        Die unsichtbare Loge. Eine Biographie.

      2 Bände. Berlin, Matzdorff 1793.. XXIV, 392 S., 1 Bl; 460 S., 1 Bl. Mit Frontispiz von D. Chodowiecki u. 2 Titelvignetten von Sintzenich. Hld. d. Zt. mit reicher Rvg. Einbände etwas berieben.Vorsätze leimschattig. Wenige Seiten von Band 1 am Rand mit kleinem braunem Fleck. Ränder von 2 Blatt beschädigt (Ohne Textverlust). Mit beiden Druckfehlerverzeichnissen. Trotz der angegeben Mängel schönes Ex. Erstausgabe W.-G. II,3..

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