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        VIAGE ESTATICO AL MUNDO PLANETARIO, EN QUE SE OBSERVAN EL MECANISMO y los principales fenómenos del cielo; se indagan sus causas físicas, y se demuestran la existencia de Dios y sus admirables atributos

      - Madrid, Imp. de Aznar, 1793-94, 4 tomos de 20,5x14,5 en piel, 10 h.+XXXII+280 págs.+1 h.+ 1 lámina plegada, 2 h.+292 págs.+ 1 lámina plegada, 10 h.+396 págs.+ 1 lámina plegada , 2 h.+324 págs.,

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        Observations on the Different Modes of Puncturing the Bladder in Cases of Retention of Urine... [bound with] Nouveau Traitement des Retentions D'Urine et des Retrecissemenrts de L'Uretre par Le Catheterisme Rectiligne...

      London; Paris The Medicinal Laboratory; J B Bailliere 1793. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Some light marking to paragraphs. Scattered browning and dust soiling tp page ends. Contents firm. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking Second Edition Half leather marbled board cover 210mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). 171pp; xiv, 184pp + plates, + 40pp catalogue. 10 engraved plates in book 2. Pointing Out the Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Mode of Operating, Under Different Circumstancrs and Diseases, Which Obtained the Annual premium of A Medical Society..' To which is added an appendix, containing observations on some of the causes of retention of urine, and on the use of catheters..' Book 2 'Nouveau Traitement' published in 1834 in French.

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        Constitution, Articles of Confederation, Rules, and Membership List of The Provident Society of Philadelphia, dated 1793-1808

      - small folio, 48 pages (includes 35 pages concerning the Provident Society of Philadelphia, 8 pages of writing not pertaining to the Provident Society such as later penmanship exercises, later receipts, etc, and 5 blank pages), contemporary quarter leather and marbled boards with red leather front cover label. Some pages missing. The lower edges worn with slight loss of a few pages' text. some foxing and stains, uniform light toning. The articles of incorporation dated April 3, 1793, with certificate laid in, missing seal, entries written in ink, in a legible hand. This manuscript is a remarkable record of the Provident Society and contains its Constitution, Articles of Confederation, Rules and Orders, and membership lists (names and addresses) of the Provident Society of Philadelphia from 1793 to 1808. The Society was organized for the mutual benefit of its members. It includes the Articles of Incorporation dated 3 April 1796, laid in and signed by A.J. Dallas (Alexander James Dallas), Secretary of the Commonwealth (later U.S. Secretary of Treasury), who then sent it to Matthew Irvin, Master of Rolls, who also signed it. The articles of incorporation were examined by justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and signed by four of them, Thomas McKean, Edward Shippen, J. Yeates, and Thomas Smith. The Pennsylvania State Attorney General, Jared Ingersoll, also examined and signed the document. The three men who signed the articles for the Provident Society, presumably the founders or first officers, were engraver John Vallance, school master Matthew Huston, and house carpenter Laurence Justice. The volume also includes three pages which carry the Rules and Orders of the Society. Following there is a list for 213 members between the years 1793 to 1808. The list includes the names of the members, the date they joined, and for many of them, the address where they lived. They are all Philadelphians of the period. Many of the members lived in the southeast corner of the city and the then adjacent district of Southwark (today the neighborhood of Queen Village) and appear to be working men, tradesmen, or shop owners. The society offered its members sick and death benefits, provided they were members for a certain period of time and their dues were current The Provident Society of Philadelphia was founded in 1793 (incorporated 1796), the year that the Yellow Fever raged through Philadelphia. In all likelihood, the epidemic helped the society grow. According to a contemporary news article about the society (Democratic Press, 6 April 1810) on the celebration of its seventeenth anniversary, the emblem of the society was a bee's hive with bees buzzing around it. The symbolism was meant to show that cooperating together the members could help one another. The toasts given at this occasion had obvious pro-labor and patriotic overtones. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aranei, or a natural history of spiders including the principal parts of the well known work 'English spiders' by Eleazar Albin ...

      Subject: (Scienze naturali - Illustrato). London, 1793, folio t.tela mod. pp. VIII-70 con 11 tav. + pp. 31 con 16 tavole. I due front. l'antip. e due tav. di medaglie sono qui presenti in fotocopie o foto a colori. Inoltre due delle prime 11 ed una delle ultime 17 sono pure in foto a colori. Mancano quindi quattro tavole (su 29) di ragni; le 25 tavole esistenti, tutte incise in rame e finemente colorate sono della pi? grande bellezza e di assoluta rarit? come tutte le opere del M.

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        History of Quadrupeds

      London: B & J White, 1793. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. B. & J. White, London, 1793. 3rd Edition. 2 vol set. Large 8vo (9.75 inches tall). Pages x, xxx, 306; 324, 2 plates, Index . Engraved title vignettes, 113 engraved plates by Peter Mazell. Rebound (c1980s) in ¾ leather with appropriate marbled paper to boards. New endpapers. Recent bookplates. Decorative blind tooling to leather on boards. Raised bands to spine, gilt lining to bands. Gilt decoration, gilt titling and gilt label to spine. Light foxing to first 10 pp of Vol II, otherwise contents, bright, unmarked and free from foxing. Faint off-setting of plates. 3 inch tear to title page of Volume 1 repaired. Light fading to spines. Overall a very good set

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        ARISTOTLE'S MASTER-PIECE COMPLETED. IN TWO PARTS. THE FIRST CONTAINING THE SECRETS OF GENERATION IN ALL THE PARTS THEREOF...THE SECOND PART BEING A PRIVATE LOOKING- GLASS FOR THE FEMALE SEX

      New York: Printed for the Company of Flying Stationers, 1793.. 130pp. plus frontis. Contemporary patterned paper boards with leather spine. Front board detached, spine partially perished. Some minor soiling and light wear. Very good. In a half morocco box. An early American edition of this famous and mildly racy publication. As a result of its frank discussion of sexual matters, this work was considered pornographic and is considered to be "the dirty book of the early modern period." The book contains detailed descriptions of sexual intercourse, human sexual development, sexual organs, the exact meaning of virginity, sterility, pregnancy, childbirth, adultery, etc. The frontispiece shows "The Effigies of a Maid all hairy, and an infant that was born black, by the Imagination of the Parents." There are also several woodcuts in the text, including an illustration of a womb and the female reproductive system. Rare, with only ten copies noted by ESTC. EVANS 25120. ESTC W6202. AUSTIN 61.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Signed Document

      1793 - Together with a fine contemporary engraved portrait of Moultrie, full figure in uniform, standing on the battlefield. In 1780 Moultrie was captured & was imprisoned for two years. After his release he was appointed Major General by an Act of Congress and later served two terms as Governor of South Carolina. Revolutionary War patriot who successfully defended Fort Sullivan, preventing Sir Henry Clinton from dividing South Carolina. Partly printed autographed document signed, 2 pages, oblong folio, July 1, 1793, State of South Carolina land transfer deed, granting 1000 acres unto Benjamin Pearce, in the District of Orangeburgh, Winston County.witnessed by His Excellency William Moultrie who has boldly signed the lower border on either side of the hanging ribbon. With a second autographed document attached, 4to, June 5, 1793, a surveyor's report outlining the boundaries and borders pertinent to the Pearce parcel. Seal no longer present, weakness at folds with tape repairs, slight tears at borders, two small holes not affecting text.

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        Observations on the Different Modes of Puncturing the Bladder in Cases of Retention of Urine. [bound with] Nouveau Traitement des Rétentions D'Urine et des Rétrécissemenrts de L'Urètre par Le Cathétérisme Rectiligne. 2 volumes in one

      The Medicinal Laboratory; J B Baillière, London; Paris 1793 - 171pp; xiv, 184pp + plates, + 40pp catalogue. 10 engraved plates in book 2. Pointing Out the Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Mode of Operating, Under Different Circumstancrs and Diseases, Which Obtained the Annual premium of A Medical Society.' To which is added an appendix, containing observations on some of the causes of retention of urine, and on the use of catheters.' Book 2 'Nouveau Traitement' published in 1834 in French. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Some light marking to paragraphs. Scattered browning and dust soiling tp page ends. . Contents firm. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking Half leather marbled board cover [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MISSALE Romanum

      ex Typografia Simoniana 1793 MISSALE Romanum Decreto Sacrosanti Concilii Tridentinii restitutum S.Pii V Pontificis Maximi jussu editum Clementis VIII & Urbani VIII auctoritate recognitum in quo omnia accurate suis locis disposita sunt, & Missae novissimae Sanctorum adjectae. Neapoli, ex Typografia Simoniana, 1793. In folio; pp. XXXI, 428, CXII. Vignetta al frontespizio. Tre tavole a piena pagina incise in rame da Carlo Nolli e Ant. Zaballi. Testo su due colonne, caratteri neri e rossi. Alcune pagine con note musicali. Testate, capilettera e finaletti. Tracce d'umido. Legatura in velluto rosso, decorazioni ai piatti, stemma al centro di entrambi i piatti. Tagli dorati.

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

      G G J and J Robinson, London 1793 - Vol I: xi, with instructions to binder on verso of xi; 317, with three line errata on following leaf. Vol II: (5), 268. Page block 6 7/8" tall, binding 7 1/4" tall. old and possibly original coloring and polishing to all edges of page block. Newly rebound in full hand stained English calf, tooled to period, original red morocco spine labels, new handmade end papers. Very clean, square, unmarked, contents crisp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, member IOBA]
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        Ioannis Tzetzae Antehomerica Homerica et Posthomerica e codicibus ededit et commentario instruxit Friedericus Iacobs.

      In Libraria Weidmannia 1793 - 1 vol. in-8 cartonnage bradel crème, In Libraria Weidmannia, Lipsiae [ Leipzig ], colophon : Ex Officina Breitkopfiana, 1793, XXXII-185 pp. Bon exemplaire (cachet d'ex-libris Ph. Le Bas en page de titre et au plat sup., dos très lég. frotté avec petit reste d'étiquette au dos en queue) provenant de la bibliothèque de l'helléniste, épigraphiste et archéologue français Philippe Le Bas (1794-1860). Langue: Grec [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: 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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        PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE RIVER MEDWAY, From the Nore to the Vicinity of Its Source in Sussex: With Observations on the Public Buildings and Other Works of Art in Its Neighbourhood.

      London, T. and J. Egerton, Whitehall. 1793 - First Edition, small 4to., [xii] + 206 + (1)pp, with aquatint engraved frontis, 28 sepia aquatint plates plus a map and 8 woodcuts in text, a.e.g. Professionally rebound in light brown buckram with red gilt leather title label to spine. A VERY NICE CLEAN COPY. (SHELF 4/9) ** To see a scan of this book please visit our Home page ** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - please come and browse. Credit and (UK) debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plan of the Siege of York Town in Virginia

      London, 1793. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 10.75" x 12.75". This battle plan of the Siege at Yorktown is an important contemporary representation of an important historical moment in the American Revolution. This second issue of the map, originally published in Banastre Tarleton's "A History of the Campaigns of 1780 & 1781" is from a re-engraving made for Stedman's 1793 "History of the American War." The battle involved a surprise attack by the French and the Americans on Cornwallis's troops statined in the Lower Chesapeake. The map has troop and forts labeled as French, British, and American according to a key in the lower left corner. The map also has a number of features of the siege itself, such as sunken vessels, notes on the lines of attach, and the positions of general including Lincoln, Lafayette, Washington and Rochambeau. Forts, positions, roads and topographical details are given. The map is in very good condition with a narrow left margin. Some stains and foxing. Philadelphia-born military historian Charles Stedman was a Loyalist who served under General Cornwallis. After escaping American capture, he published his authoritative two-volume history of the war, which is seen today as the best contemporary account of the Revolution from the British side. This map is a fine example of his work.

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        Relación histórica de la famosa invasión del exercito y armada de Francia en Cataluña en 1285; y de la valerosa resistencia que los Catalanes, Aragoneses y Valencianos, con su rey Don Pedro, hicieron a los enemigos en el Rosellón y el Ampurdán por tierra y por mar. Trasladada literalmente de la Historia de sus tiempos que escribió .

      Imp. Sancha, Madrid 1793 - 4º, 168 p., (3) hoj., leve sombra de humedad en el margen derecho de la portada. Pasta española época, hilos dorados. Muy estimada edición de una parte de la obra de Desclot, el Libro III de su Historia de Cataluña, traducida del manuscrito catalán por Rafael Cervera, que tiene el inestimable valor des ser contada por un testigo de los sucesos referidos. Historia de Cataluña. Corona de Aragón. Historia de Francia. History of Catalonia. Crown of Aragon. History of France.

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        Sermons on Various and Important Subjects, In Practical Divinity, Adapted to the Plainest Capacities, and Suited to the Family Closet (3 Volumes)

      Philadelphia - London: Johnston & Justice, 1793. As. Full Leather. Very Good. 298 pp, 315 pp, 321 pp. Brown leather-covered books have six raised gilt bands on spines, title in gilt on red leather block, and vol. nos. in black circle. All three are in very good condition. Bottoms a little shelf-worn, corners bumped on first two vols., top of spine chipped on vol.2. Interiors also very good. All three have signature in ink of George Perkins on flyleaf or half title page. Interiors foxed. Rev. Devereux Jarratt, Rector of Bath in the State of Virginia, was ordained in England, returned to the U.S. and was received into Bath Parish in 1763. Later he was considered one of the "Great Awakening" preachers. Vol. 1 begins with a sermon preached before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia at Richmond, May 3, 1792, entitled "Ministerial Fidelity and Perseverance," a sermon reprinted at least twice besides this inclusion. Vol. 3 lists in Mr. Perkins' hand the titles and texts of the sermons included in that vol. A total of 30 sermons are included.

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        TOPOGRAPHICAL REMARKS RELATING TO THE SOUTH WESTERN PARTS OF HAMPSHIRE. To which is added a descriptive poem. In Two Volumes.

      Printed for R. Blamire, Strand, London. 1793 - FIRST EDITION. 2 volumes. 8vo. (9.3 x 5.9 inches). Volume 1; iv, (half title and title pages)viii, + inserted leaf with Author's note,299pp. Volume 2; iv,215pp, + appendix; iv,70pp, errata, directions to binder leaf. 2pp author and publishers adverts. The books were to be Illustrated with 11 copper plates but there is an inserted leaf from the Author informing the reader that the engraved pages and original printing plates were destroyed in a fire at the house of the plate printer and that he had taken the decision to issue the work anyway, at a reduced price, without the engravings. An unsophisticated copy in original publishers blue paper covered boards with grey paper spines. Printed paper labels. All edges untrimmed. Both spines are chipped, rubbed and have splits to the hinges, although all boards are intact. New hand written paper labels have at some time been laid onto the printed paper originals but these newer labels have flaked off in areas showing the originals beneath. The board edges are rubbed and bumped. A couple of neat ink stamps from the City Library at Cheapside but no other evidence of library ownership. A rare survivor in the original publishers boards. This work contains the author's descriptive elegiac poem entitled Hengistbury Head. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SAN GINESIO ILLUSTRATA, CON ANTICHE LAPIDI ED ANEDDOTI DOCUMNETI DALL'ABATE TELESFORO BENIGNI GOVERNATORE DI MONTALBODDO.

      FERMO, DAI TORCHI CAMERALI DI PALALDE, 1793- IBIDEM, 17952 voll. In-folio Discrete Cartonnage Al primo volume legatura tardo ottocentesca in cartoncino chiaro con rinforzo in carta zigrinata granata al dorso; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di biblioteca estinta; frontespizio con titolo e vignetta impressi all'interno di cornice tipografica; timbro blu della celebre biblioteca Galletti; 2 pagine non numerate per dedica ad Angelo Antonio Giberti; 162 pagine numerate; CLXXXVI pagine numerate, compreso occhiello per Appendice di Documenti; 2 pagine non numerate, l'ultima bianca, per Errori. Secondo volume: legatura originale in cartonnage alla rustica; titolo manoscritto su tassello al dorso; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di biblioteca estinta; occhiello, frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico; timbro blu della celebre biblioteca Galletti. 2 pagine di dedica a Giuseppe Antonio Reggi; 572 pagine numerate (da pagina 336, Appendice Diplomatica), finalino all'ultima pagina; XIX pagine numerate per, Indice. Rara opera storiografica pubblicata in due parti, la seconda due anni dopo la prima, sul comune marchigiano di San Ginesio, patria di Alberico Gentile. L'autore, uno storico locale, illustrò anche la Storia di San Genisio del Gualtieri. Il volume narra la storia della località e dei suoi abitanti attingendo direttamente da un gran numero di fonti, citate nel volume. Quello offerto dallo storico antiquario Telesforo Benigni nei due volumi della San Ginesio Illustrata ed in moltissimi contributi sparsi nei tomi delle Antichità Picene pubblicati nello stesso periodo di tempo dallo storico antiquario ed editore Giuseppe Colucci, è il più esauriente, anche se non sempre veritiero, approfondimento della storia di San Ginesio. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, diffuse fioriture o lievi ossidazioni alle carte; alle ultime pagine del primo volume, lieve gora all'angolo interno superiore; legature difformi, ma esemplari appartenuti alla stessa famiglia nobiliare. ITALIANO

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        The Natural History of Birds

      London: Strahan and Cadell, 1793. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Complete Nine Volume Set. 8vo. 262 plates as called for. Rebound (c 1980s) in half-leather with new endpapers. Blind tooling to spine and corners on the boards. Green marbled paper to boards. Raised bands to spine picked out in decorative gilt lines. Gilt titling to spine. Contents fine, clean and unmarked with no foxing. Recent booplate in each volume. A very good, robust set

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        DE AMPLITUDINE, EVERSIONE, ET RESTAURATIONE URBIS RAVENNÆ LIBRI TRES [...] A CAMILLO SPRETI [...] IN ITALICORUM IDIOMA VERSI, ET NOTIS ILLUSTRATI [...].

      RAVENNÆ, TYPIS ANTONII ROVERI APUD FRATRES FAVA, 1793-962 volumi divisi in 3 tomi. In-4° Buone Cartone Legatura originale in cartone ricoperto con carta decorata marrone. Al dorso tassello in carta recante autore, titolo e numerazione del volume. Tomo I: all'antiporta, tavola fuori testo eseguita al pointillè in seppia raffigurante il ritratto dell'autore inciso da G. Ginanni su invenzione e disegno della marchesa E. Spreti, occhiello, frontespizio, tavola fuori testo incisa all'acquaforte con lo stemma del dedicatario Carlo Teodoro duca di Baviera, (8), XXIV, 498, (20) pagine numerate, ritratto in ovale dello Spreti dopo pag. 76 e 13 tavole fuori testo incise in rame da Eredi da disegni di Volpini, oltre a numerose altre tavole dentro e fuori testo, alcune ripiegate, raffiguranti iscrizioni antiche; Tomo II: XVII, (1), 591, (5) pagine numerate compreso occhiello e frontespizio, 3 tavole fuori testo di cui l'ultima ripiegata incise in rame oltre ad altre tavole dentro e fuori testo raffiguranti antiche iscrizioni; Tomo III: occhiello, frontespizio, 264, (142) pagine numerate. Lozzi cita l'opera in esame come un'edizione "veramente splendida", essa tratta d'una serie di scritti sulla storia di Ravenna dall'Antichità all'alto Medioevo, riccamente illustrata da epigrafi e sculture rinvenute nel territorio. Il trattato di D. Spreti che è riportato nella versione originale latina, in apertura dell'edizione, fu pubblicato la prima volta ( secondo Lozzi) a Venezia nel 1489. Nell'impressione in esame, il testo è corredato della versione italiana e di varie note stese da un suo discendente, il marchese Camillo (apprezzato storico). Lozzi cita, come antiporta, lo stemma della città di Ravenna, mentre negli esemplari ritrovati, come quello in esame, reca l'arma del dedicatario. Importantissima la trattazione sui mosaici. Il testo latino termina a pag. 76 del I vol., poi segue quello italiano col titolo ""Dell'origine, e della magnificenza, della decadenza e del risorgimento della città di Ravenna libri tre"". Monumentale lavoro, e magnifica quanto accurata edizione, di fondamentale importanza per la straordinaria storia di Ravenna, opera rara e ricercata.. Esemplare in buone condizioni, lievi tracce di usura alla legatura che presenta piccole lacune ai dorsi della carta decorata, al I volume, lieve gora all'antiporta e alla parte superiore interna di poche carte alla parte centrale; al II volume, lieve uniforme ossidazione a poche carte nella parte centrale del volume; per il resto, esemplare candido e genuino, impresso su una bella carta forte, dai buoni margini. ITALIANO

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        A CRITICAL INQUIRY INTO THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT, by the ancient historians from the French of the Baron de St. Croix: with notes and observations, by Sir Richard Clayton, Bart

      Bath, printed by S. Hazard, for G.G. and J. Robinson, London, 1793.. FIRST EDITION 1793, 4to, 275 x 215 mm, 10¾ x 8½ inches, folding map of The Marches of Alexander the Great, pages: [10], 423, [1], with final page of errata, bound in early half calf over marbled sides, gilt raised bands, gilt rules and ornament in compartments, gilt lettered black morocco label, edges speckled red. Head and tail of spine slightly rubbed, tiny chips to label, some grazing to marbled paper, corners worn, 2 missing leather at tip, inner paper hinges cracked, that at the front neatly mended with binder's linen tape, prelims and first page of text lightly foxed in the margins, map very lightly offset onto itself, small slit to edge of 1 fold, no loss of image, small piece torn from 1 lower page corner, no loss of text, very pale browning to signature YY, very pale foxing to last three leaves. A very good copy of a rare book. A translation of 'Examen critique des anciens historiens d'Alexandre-le-Grand'. Baron de Sainte-Croix (1746-1809) was a French historian and antiquary. His early career was in the army but from 1770 he devoted himself to historical studies and in 1777 he was admitted to the Academie des inscriptions et belles-lettres. He published numerous historical works, in particular on ancient history. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Primeras [y Segundas] Ordenanzas Reales para el gobierno de los Tribunales de Cuentas, que en los reynos de las Indias, Ciudades de los Reyes en el Perú, Mexico en la Nueva España, Santa-Fé en el Nuevo Reyno de Granada, se han fundado por orden de el Rey [Felipe III]. Dadas en Burgos en 1605, y Lisboa 1619. [siguen:] Advertencias y notas en declaración, inteligencia y ilustracion de las Ordenanzas antecedentes de los Tribunales de Cuentas. 1636.

      Manuscrito. México, 28 de noviembre de 1793. - 30,5x21,5 cm., 44 folios, numerados del 68 al 111, pero completo, inclusive su portada. Cartoné moderno. Manuscrito de bella caligrafía copiado por el archivero mayor de la Contaduría mayor y Audiencia de Cuentas, Joseph Ignacio de Soto y Carrillo, según consta al final con su rúbrica. Las "Ordenanzas para el Tribunal de Cuentas de Indias" se publicaron por vez primera en Valladolid, 1606. La impresión es rarísima, y no se volvieron a reimprimir sueltas hasta mediados del siglo XIX. La copia que presentamos es de suma importancia para la transmisión de textos legales y el gobierno de las colonias americanas.

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        Des Weiland Grafen Rochus Friedrich zu Lynar [...] hinterlassene Staatsschriften und andere Aufsätze vermischten Inhalts.

      1-2. Hamburg, Benjamin Gottlob Hoffmann, 1793. 8:o. Grav. porträtt,+ XX,+ (2),+ 671; grav. front.,+ X,+ (2),+ 834 s. Första delen med enstaka småfläckar, lätta lagerfläckar på s. 293-94 och 299-301, fuktränder i marginalen på s. 41-48, 283-88, 587-92, 603-08 och 619-24, kraftigare fuktrand på s. 493-96 samt mindre hål i s. 485 och 491 med förlust av några bokstäver. Samtida lätt nötta gröna hfrbd med guldornerade ryggar och ljusbruna titeletiketter. Två volymer. Första volymens titeletikett med liten skada i kanten. Ur Gustaf d'Albedyhlls bibliotek, med hans graverade exlibris, och ur Ericsbergs.Setterwall 3085. Jämför Bring, Itineraria, 134. Jämför Warmholtz 256a. Carlander III, 88. Det fina porträttet är graverat av Berger efter en målning av Wigilius Erichsen. Första delen innehåller bl.a. Lynars "Reisejournale" från en resa i Sverige 1730-31, vilken främst behandlar Stockholm, och enligt Warmholtz lämnar "åtskillige particularia" rörande Karl XII, Fredrik I, drottning Ulrika Eleonora och flera av rikets herrar. Hans enda invändning är att skildringen är för kort! Dessutom innehåller första delen, "Réflexions sur la situation des affaires de la Suède avant la diète de 1738" och "Relation de ce qui s'est passé en Suède a la diète de 1738-1739". Den andra volymen upptas nästan helt av acta kring fördraget vid Kloster Zeven mellan Hannover och Frankrike under Sjuårskriget, där Lynar på danske kungens uppdrag var medlare. Rochus Friedrich zu Lynar (1708-81) var tysk diplomat i dansk tjänst och var från 1735 danskt sändebud i Stockholm. Gustaf d'Albedyhlls exlibris i version 3, graverat av J. F. Martin, med en knäböjande Minerva på en biblioteksstege

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        [Rural Scene]

      London: Published by D. Orme & Co. at the Morland Gallery, 14 Old Bond Street, May 1, 1793. Hand-coloured soft-ground etching. In good condition with the exception of being trimmed within the plate mark. Paper discolouration on bottom corners. A few small tears in right edge of sheet. 21 1/8 x 16 1/8 inches. A delicate image of country life by one of England's most renowned genre painters, George Morland George Morland was one of the most successful genre painters of his time, creating, during his industrious career, some of England's most cherished paintings. At an early age Morland displayed his artistic genius, he learned to paint at three and exhibited his first work at the Royal Academy at the mere age of ten. Morland was a prodigious painter, producing more than 4000 paintings during the entirety of his career, and sometimes painting two or three works in a day. His beautiful idealistic scenes were a favorite source of inspiration for contemporary engravers, and as many as 250 separate engravings were done of his paintings during his lifetime. Morland is considered a master of genre, his beautiful paintings depict with insightful subtly the tender side of English country life. This is a wonderful example of Morland's delicate style. A young mother busies herself hanging out washing while her young child plays on the banks of a small stream. A happy dog drinks out of the pool completing the feeling of contentment in this pretty picture.

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        LEÇONS POUR DES ENFANS, De l'Age de deux jusqu' cinq Ans. Ouvrage en quatre parties. Traduit de l'Anglois De Mde Barbauld par M. Pasquier.

      viii, 181, [1 blank], [2 ad's] pages. Contemporary marbled boards recently re-backed in plain, untitled, sheep. Binding: 14.3 x 9cm. Ownership name on endpaper; else a very good copy. Darton G68(2). Darton records two copies only of this edition. First translated into French in 1793.

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        The Fables of. With a Life of the Author.

      London: Printed for John Stockdale 1793 - Two volumes. 8vo. lxv, (i), 189, (1) ; (xii), 248 pp. Attractive later binding of tan full calf by William Jackson of Aberdeen, spines with raised bands, gilt lettered red and green labels, decoration to other compartments and rules to boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Engraved titles and 110 plates. The imprint to the title page of volume I shaved, sporadic foxing to contents and a stain to the foot of pp. 135-139 in volume I, a small tear to the edge of pp. 79-80 of the same, a very good nonetheless.

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        ACTAS Y MEMORIAS DE LA REAL SOCIEDAD ECONÓMICA DE LOS AMIGOS DEL PAÍS DE LA PROVINCIA DE SEGOVIA - Tomo IV

      Real Sociedad Económica de los Amigos del País - Provincia de Segovia, Segovia 1793 - 422 pp. + Fe de erratas. 15,5 x 22 cm. Encuadernación en plena piel con nervios, tejuelos y dorados en lomo y cubiertas. Esquinas algo rozadas. Interior en buen estado. Papel limpio y con márgenes. Cortes decorados. Índice: Extracto de las Actas de la Sociedad desde primero de enero de 1786, hasta fin de diciembre de 1791, por J. M. Munarriz. Sobre las Sociedades Económicas. Discurso sobre el estado y decadencia de los Montes y Plantíos, y su restauración, por Nicolás Alonso de Miranda. Sobre la necesidad y justicia de los tributos, fondos de donde deben sacarse, y medios de recaudarlos, por Vicente Alcalá-Galiano. Razón de los precios que ha tenido la fanega de gran en esta ciudad desde 1694 inclusive hasta el presente. Método para purificar el ayre infestado, por Luis García de la Huerta. Lista de los señores socios.

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        MAPA GEOGRAFO en que se prest.a el TEATRO DE LA GUERRA ENTRE ESPAÑA Y FRANCIA EN EL CONDADO DE ROUSELLON

      1793 - MAPA GEOGRAFO en que se prest.a el TEATRO DE LA GUERRA ENTRE ESPAÑA Y FRANCIA EN EL CONDADO DE ROUSELLON; los Camptos de Morallas, Arles, El Bouló y Masdeus: los Confines de este Condo. Que son por el Norte con el Lenguadoc y Diocesis de Narbona por el Poniente La Gascuña: por el mediodía Cataluña y por el Oriente el Golfo de Leon. Año 1793.NOTA: Los Mapas de las dos Navarras, la parte del Lenguadoc y Gascuña con Cataluña se están hacieo. Y se darán pronto.Con detalle de las ciudades, castillos, villas y lugares detallados al margen izquierdo, posiciones de Batería, campamentos españoles y franceses.La única referencia que hemos encontrado del mapa se encuentra en la Gazeta de Madrid, Viernes 9 de Agosto de 1793 (publicación digitalizada en la web):Nuevo mapa geográfico en que se presenta el teatro de la guerra entre España y Francia en la Gascuña, Condado de Foix, Valle de Aran y parte de Aragon. Se hallará con el del Rosellon, el de las Dos-Navarras, y el ataque de Castell-Piñon, en la Librería de Tieso, calle de las Carretas; y en Toledo en la lonja de Hernandez Delgado: su precio 2 rs.No lo encontramos reseñado ni en la página de Cartografía catalana, ni en el Instituto Geográfico Español, muy raro. España, Francia, Rousellon, Rosellon, Morallas, Arles, El Bouó, Masdeus, Languedoc, Narbona, Gascuña, Cataluña, Condado de Foix, Valle de Aran, Navarra, Castell-Piñon

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        A Collection of the Statutes Relating to the Post Office

      The rare, last 18th century edition of the legislation for Great Britain's postal system, beginning with 9 Anne c10, "the great charter of the post office", reproduced with 39 others, complemented by an historical abstract dating to 13 & 14 Car II. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, a very good clean copy; no copy in North America in ESTC. Printed by Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan [etc.], London, 1793.

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        A COMPENDIUM OF MILITARY DUTY, ADAPTED FOR THE MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES; IN THREE PARTS

      Dover, N.H.: Eliphalet Ladd, 1793.. 240,251-305pp. as usual (along with other pagination errors), but with no interruption in the text. Original tree calf, gilt morocco label. Binding edgeworn, rear hinge tender. Light, even tanning. Small hole in center of final two text leaves, costing a few letters only. Early ownership signature on front free endpaper and dedication page. A very good copy, in original condition. An early and comprehensive American military manual. Rawson incorporates the ideas of von Steuben, Field Marshall Count Saxe, and the Chevalier de la Valiere, as well as his own experiences as aide de camp to the controversial General John Sullivan during the American Revolution. The text includes observations on the duty of soldiers in general in militia and actual service; infantry, cavalry, and artillery maneuvers; and instructions for officers of "parizan" corps. The appendix contains the text of the 1792 Militia Act, and the work is dedicated to Anthony Wayne. NAIP locates only thirteen copies. SABIN 68016. EVANS 26054. NAIP w011902.

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        The Exhibition of the Royal Academy, M.DCC.XCIII. The Twenty-Fifth [1793]. [AND]. The Twenty-Sixth. The Twenty-Seventh. The Twenty-Eighth. The Twenty-Ninth. The Thirtieth. The Thirty-First. The Thirty-Second. The Thirty-Third. The Thirty-Fourth. The Thirty-Fifth. The Thirty-Sixth. The Thirty-Seventh. The Thirty-Eighth. The Thirty-Ninth [1807]

      London: Printed by Joseph Cooper [1793 - 96]; Cooper and Graham [1797]; J. Cooper [1798 - 1799]; B M'Millan [1800 - 1807], 1793 - 1807. 4to, 247 x 187 mms., catalogues for 15 consecutive years, pp. 24 [25 - 32 list of exhibitors]; 22 [23 - 33 list of exhibitors, 34 blank]; 20 [21 - 26 list of exhibitors]; 23 [24 - 28 list of exhibitors]; 31 [32 - 38 list of exhibitors]; 35 [36 Members, 37 - 43 list of exhibitors, 44 blank]; 39 [40 Members, 41 - 47 list of exhibitors, 48 blank]; 40 [41 Members, 42 - 47 list of exhibitors, 48 blank]; 37 [38 Members, 39 - 45 list of exhibitors, 46 blank]; 41 [42 Members, 43 - 50 list of exhibitors]; 40 [41 Members, 42 - 48 list of exhibitors]; 41 [42 Members, 43 - 49 list of exhibitors, 50 blank]; 36 [37 Members, 38 - 44 list of exhibitors]; 35 [36 Members, 37 - 44 list of exhibitors]; 43 [44 Members 45 - 52 list of exhibitors], with contemporary annotations identifying sitters or places in years 1794, 1795, and 1796, a few other contemporary annotations in pencil, the contemporary autograph "G Rhodes" on title-page of first three catalogues, newly rebound in half calf, gilt spine, green morocco label, marbled boards; many leaves soiled, especially title-pages, last leaf of thirtieth catalogue repaired, small piece torn from upper margin of title-page of thirty-seventh, and with other evidence of the catalogues actually being used, but a good collection of an uncommon piece of ephemera. The Royal Academy of Arts was founded in December, 1768, with Sir Joshua Reynolds as its first president. Presumably its first exhibition catalogue was issued that year or in 1769; the second was certainly issued in 1770, though extant copies of that exhibition are on paper watermarked "1825." Copies of all early issues are uncommon. For example, ESTC T12724 for 1793 locates copies in the BL, and the National Gallery; Huntington, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Penn State (Pattee).

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        Diccionario Geografico Universal que comprehende la descripción de las quatro partes del mundo; y de las naciones, imperios, reynos, repúblicas, y otros estados, provincias, territorios, ciudades, villas y lugares memorables, lagos, rios, desiertos, montañas, volcanes, mares, puertos, golfos, islas, peninsulas, istmos, bancos, cabos, &c. que se encuentran en el Globo Terráqüeo. Quinta edición, corregida y enmendada por

      Madrid, Oficina de la Vda. e Hijo de D. Pedro Marin, 1793. - 3 vols. 21,5x15 cm. I: VIII-474 pp. -II: 2 hojas, 424 pp. -III: 2 hojas, 400 pp. Preciosa encuadernación de la época en pasta valenciana con tejuelos y hierros dorados en el lomo, cortes tintados. Famosa obra escrita por el inglés L. Echard y traducida primero al francés por Wosgien y luego al castellano por Antonio de Capmany y Montpalau, quien la amplió con nuevas entradas sobre América y Asia principalmente. Palau 72990.

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        Graecae Sententiae e Variis Graecorum Libris Hine Inde Excerptae Quibus Insuper Adduntur Aurea Carmina Pythagorae, Cum Epitaphio Adonidis

      Johannes Nicholes. Hardcover. Antiquarian book - Vellum bound with heavy wear boards, no writing visible on boards, as to be expected with age - some bumping staining and light chipping - previous owner inscriptions to front blank pages - light age toning well bound, very presentable and readable throughout. . Good. 1793. Editio Decima.

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        The New Evangelical Family Bible; or, a complete Paraphrase, Exposition, and Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments: Containing A New and Beautiful Edition of the whole Sacred Texts of the Old and New Testaments, Correctly and Distinctly Printed at Large: Fully Explained and Illustrated With Copious Notes and Annotations, Doctrinal, Critical, Historical, and Experimental: Wherein the Mis-translations are Corrected; the seeming Contradictions Reconciled; former Errors Rectified, the Objections of Atheists, Deists, Arians, Socinians, and Free-thinkers Answered; difficult Passages Explained; and the Sacred Writings Displayed in their genuine Purity and Lustre. Together with Practical Observations and suitable Reflections on every Chapter, From the Beginning of Genesis to the End of Revelation.... Embellished with Large Elegant Scripture Prints, finely engraved on Copper

      London: Printed and Published under the immediate Inspection of the Author, Sold Wholesale and Retail by Alex Hogg.... And sold by H. D. Symonds..., J. Parsons, and W. Button; W. Ash; J. Murgatroyd; M. Gurney; J.S. Jordan; J. Mathews; J. Sudbury; J. Delahoy, at Deptford-Bridge; and M. Murray: and may be had of all the Booksellers and Newsmen, in London, Westminster, and at Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, [and 25 other towns in England]; and likewise in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, Germany, America, &c. no date], [?1793 - 1794]. Folio, 397 x 230 mms., pp. vi, [7], 8 - 1080, weighing 5.7 kg. (12 pounds, 9 ounces), engraved frontispiece and 89 full-age engraved plates and maps, contemporary calf, rebacked, with old spine ornately gilt in compartments and red morocco label laid down, top and base of spine finely restored; covers scratched, but an interesting copy, with a small rectangular red morocco label, 110 x 42 mms., on the front paste-down end-paper, "John Hodges and Sarah Stroud/ Rotherhithe/ 1792," with their succeeding family history on five leaves at the end. A web site on the genealogy of the Hodges-Stroud alliance suggests that they never married, and that Louisa Lancaster Hodges, their daughter was baptised on 30 May 1794 at St. Mary's Rotherhithe, but went by the mother's surname. In fact, one of the records on the end-papers records, "Louisa Lancaster Stroud, the Daughter of the of the Aforementioned, Born May 8th 1794, Twenty Eight Minutes Past vie in the Morning at No. 296 Rotherhithe Street, Rother[hithe] & Baptised 30th May at St Marys Rotherhithe by the Rev. Shearman, Godfather, Mr. Willm Lancaster Snr Godmothers Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Baldwin." Timothy Priestley (1734 - 1814), one of six children of Jonas Priestley and Mary Swift and younger brother to Joseph Priestley (1733 - 1804), trained himself to work with brass and wood to make models for his older brother, but at an early age became interested in the dissenting ministry, and in 1760 was ordained priest to take up a role as past to a congregation at Kipping, Thornton, near Bradford. He eventually wound up in London, as minister of the Jewin Street Independent Church, London. At the same time he also edited the Christian's Magazine, or, Gospel Repository, which was designed to counteract unitarianism, with Selina, Countess of Huntingdon as the magazine's patron. ODNB gives the date of publication of this edition of the Bible as 1792, which is probably accurate, given the evidence of the bookplate. This seems to correspond to ESTC T95041, with copies located at the BL, Wisconsin-Madison, Chicago; and Dunedin in New Zealand What appears to be another issue, ESTC T200457 is located in the John Rylands Library. However, T95041 mentions two lists of subscribers, which are not present in this volume; nor is the portrait of Priestley, which is called for in the "Instructions to the Binder," but the somewhat eccentric placing of the plates and the admonitions about impressing the engravings, etc. suggest that each copy of the Bible was bound separately from the original issue numbers and that no two copies are likely to be exactly the same.

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        The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, in English in Thirteen Parts Complete

      1793. Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1643]. George Wilson, Editor and Translator. The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, Knt. in English, In Thirteen Parts Complete; With References to All the Ancient and Modern Books of the Law; Exactly Translated and Compared with the First and Last Edition in French, and Printed Page for Page With the Same. To Which Are Now Added the Respective Pleadings, In English. The Whole Newly Revised and Carefully Corrected and Translated with Many Additional Notes and References. Dublin: Printed for J. Moore, 1793. Seven volumes. Octavo (8" x 5"). Contemporary calf, blind fillets to boards, raised bands and red and black lettering pieces to spines, a few volumes rebacked retaining original spines. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, some chipping to spine ends, a few boards beginning to separate from text blocks, some hinges cracked or starting, light toning to text, darker in places. Later owner signatures to front endleaves, interiors otherwise clean. * Reprint of the London edition, 1776-77. Each volume has general title-page, and each part has special title-page. Prefaces in Latin and English in parallel columns. First published at the beginning of the seventeenth century, Coke's Reports are not reports in the conventional sense but highly detailed anthologies of precedents organized according to the cases they consider. In each instance Coke assembled a large body of cases, outlined their arguments, and explained the reasons for the judgment, using it as a basis for a statement of general principles. Taken together, the Reports form the most extensive and detailed treatment of common law pleading that had yet appeared. A work of immense authority, it was often cited as The Reports, there being no need to mention the author's name. The first edition in English, which did not include pleadings, was published in 1658. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:296.

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        [PRINTED COMMISSION, COMPLETED IN MANUSCRIPT, SIGNED BY LÉGÉR-FÉLICITÉ SONTHONAX, APPOINTING THE MULATTO GENERAL VILLATE AS COMMANDER OF CAP-FRANÇAIS]

      Cap-Français. Oct. 10, 1793.. Broadside, 18 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches, completed in manuscript. Old fold lines. Light wear and soiling. Very good. During the early years of the French Revolution, Sonthonax was the civil commissioner of Saint-Domingue, which would soon become Haiti. A radical Jacobin, he presided over a chaotic period of conflicts between royalists and revolutionaries, and between whites, free people of color, and slaves in full revolt. He is most remembered for freeing the colony's slaves on Aug. 29, 1793, in an effort to gain the support of Toussaint L'Ouverture's forces against the Spanish. This document appoints the mulatto general Villate, a rival of Toussaint's, as military commander of the Cape. It is signed by Sonthonax and countersigned by French military leader Etienne LaVeaux, who later assumed the governorship for himself, but he held power only briefly before being deposed by Toussaint. A large woodcut vignette proclaiming "La Republique Française, Une et Indivisible" heads the document. All early printed material from Saint Domingue is, in and of itself, rare by nature. A handsome and important piece, signed by two important figures in the early Haitian revolution, formalizing the rise to power of a third.

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        The literary life of the late Thomas Pennant, Esq. By himself [hand-colored]

      London: Sold by Benjamin and John White, Fleet-Street, and Robert Faulder, New Bond Street, M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]. First Edition. Three-Quarter Calf. Near Fine. 4to: [6],144pp, copper-engraved portrait frontispiece of Pennant ("Tho.s Gainsborough, pinx.t 1776, engraved by W. Ridley"), two copper-engraved full-page plates (view of the Church of Fountains Abby and portrait of the reverend John Lloyd ("constant friend companion & assistant to Thomas Pennant"—often lacking) and folding engraved plate of The Church Militant (almost always lacking), with contemporary hand-coloring, bound in at page 21. Modern three-quarter mid-tan calf gilt, olive-green leather lettering piece gilt, five raised bands ruled in gilt, cinnamon cloth sides, top edge gilt, end papers renewed. An excellent copy, with minor discoloration to spine; text bright and fresh (fore-edge of final page soiled); upper inner margins of plates uniformly water-stained, touching image of one plate only; colored plate lightly foxed. Sabin 59758. ESTC Citation No. T845. OCLC Number: 2804597. First Edition. The Literary Life hints at both Pennant's sense of humor ("The title-page announces the termination of my authorial existence, which took place on March 1st, 1791.") and immense industry beyond just the natural history and traveling writing that made him famous. It is signed only by dotted lines to indicate the author's death (in fact, Pennant lived for five years after its publication) and the History of the Parishes ends with ‘RESURGAM,' implying literary resurrection. The book's several collected shorter works (the appendices) highlight Pennant's responsibilities as high sheriff of Flintshire, as pamphleteer on road management and the militia laws, and as improver of his own estates. Includes an appendix on the Patagonians and notices of Falkner's travels in Bolivia, La Plata and the Straits of Magellan. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The Carpenter's New Guide. Being a Complete Book of Lines for Carpentry and Joinery...

      London: Printed for I. & J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library..., MDCCXCIII [1793]. Quarto: [2], [v]-xii, 76 p., 78 leaves of plates, illus.; 27 cm. "Nicholson was probably the most prolific communicator on the technical aspects of architecture in the first half of the nineteenth century and his influence should not be underestimated. He wrote at least twenty-seven books and two collaborations, which all went into many reprints and which were still being republished and updated by others well after his death... Furthermore his was one of the leading intellects concerning technical architectural matters and remains to this day essential reading on the period" --Oxford DNB. Bound in modern marbled paper over boards, leather spine; gilt red leather spine label; former owner signature, "Ebenezer Clifford August 28th 1818", on front flyleaf; very good. Stock#OB782.

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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. 1st Edition in this form. 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. Finely 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.

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        The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer?s Drawing Book in Three Parts

       Thomas Sheraton, The Cabinet-MakerThe Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer?s Drawing Book in Three Parts. By Thomas Sheraton, Cabinet-Maker. London: Printed For The Author, by T. Bensley, 1793.Rebouned in ¼ brow leather with marbled boards, size: 28.8cm X 24cm, overall a good copy, some plates missing, restoration to some of the pages, binding tied, browning and foxing to pages and plates.

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        Guide des Négocians dans toutes leurs entreprises mercantiles, ou traité instructif sur le commerce de cent vingt-six villes commerçantes de l'Europe, de l'Asie et de l'Afrique. La manière d'y tenir les écritures; leurs monnoies imaginaires et effetives; cous et óperations de leus changes avec les places étrangeres, usances et jours de grâce; poids et mesures avec leurs rapports, usages dans les achats et ventes des marchandises.avec un recueil alphabétique raisonné de la plupart des termes de commerce de mer, de terre et de banque.On toruvera, au commencement de chaque article, une descrption histórique et géographique de la ville qu'on y traite.

      Montpellier, Imprimerie de Joseph-François Tournel, 1793 - 2 volúmenes, 26x19,5 cm. I: XI-740 páginas. II: 655 páginas. Encuadernación original de la época en plena piel, lomo liso con doble tejuelo. Magnífico ejemplar. Primera edición de este importante tratado de comercio, en el que se encuentra aritmética comercial, contabilidad, formularios, y la mejor información del momento sobre cambio de monedas, valores de los productos tanto desde importación como exportación, etc. Las ciudades españolas que figuran con toda su información (descripción de la ciudad, sus monedas y sus productos más importantes) son: Alicante, Almeria, Barcelona (la ciudad de Europa a la que se dedican más páginas, también da información de otros pueblos de Cataluña), Bilbao, Cádiz, Madrid, Málaga, Mahón, Mallorca, Pamplona, Zaragoza, Sevilla, Tortosa, Valencia, Ibiza. No en Palau. INED, les doctrines françaises avant 1800, 2932, para la segunda edición. No en Goldsmith's.

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        Vorlesungen über den Styl oder praktische Anweisung in einer guten Schreibart in Beispielen aus den vorzüglichsten Schriftstellern

      Bln., Vieweg 1793-94.. 2 Bde. in 1 geb. 8°. X, 260; X, 357 (1) S. (Pagina springt v. 350 auf 353). HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückenschild. Berieb. Kosch X, 1330; Goed. V, 491,15 ("1791" nur Bd. 1) u. IV, 3, 170, 11 - Äußerst seltene erste Ausgabe des sprachwissenschaftlichen Hauptwerks Moritz' (1756-1793), zugleich sein letztes zu Lebezeiten veröffentlichtes Werk. Moritz erlebte nur das Erscheinen des ersten Bandes, den zweiten Band gab sein Freund D. Jenisch, der auch das Vorwort schrieb, aus dem Nachlaß heraus.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Works of Callimachus, translated into English verse. The Hymns and Epigrams from the Greek; with the Coma Berenices from the Latin of Catullus: with the original text, and notes carefully selected from former commentators, and additional observations By H. W. Tytler [...]

      London: Printed by T. Davidson, and Sold by Charles Dilly, 1793. 4to. pp. iii-viii, 268, [vi] (list of subscribers). Lacks half title. First edition of this translation, printed with the original Greek text beneath. Contemporary mottled calf, recently rebacked, corners renewed. Armorial bookplate of John Thomas Stanley (1766-1850), 1st Baron of Alderley.

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        Von den guten Würkungen der Elektrizität in verschiedenen Krankheiten.

      Kopenhagen, C. G. Probst, 1793. - 2 Bde. Aus dem Holländischen mit zusätzen von K. G. Kühn. (13 Bl.), 341 S. - (8 Bl.), 312 S., (12 Bl.). Halblederbde. d. Zt. mit floraler Rückenvergoldung und je 2 farbigen Rückenschildern Sehr seltene einzige deutsche Ausgabe. - Ronalds 130; Bruun I, 811; vgl. Blake 112 und Bierens de Haan 71 (holländ. Original-Ausg. 1779) sowie zum Autor Hirsch/H. II, 204f., nicht in den großen med. Sammlungen. Deimann (1743-1808) "war mit v. Troostwyk der Stifter jener kleinen (Mitglieder waren nur Nieuwland, Bondt, Cauwerenburgh und Vrolik), doch berühmten chemischen Gesellschaft, die im Auslande allgemein als 'les chemistes Hollondais' bezeichnet wurde und die die Früchte ihrer Wirksamkeit in den 'Recherches physico-chymiques' veröffentlichte. Als Louis Napoleon König von Holland war, ernannte er D. zum Leibarzt" (H./H.). Bd. 1 enthält die eigentliche Übersetzung, Bd. 2 die Anmerkungen des Leipziger Professors und Medizinhistorikers Kühn, siehe Hirsch/H. III, 626. Diese stellen nach Krankheiten geordnete Verlaufsbeschreibungen elektrischer Kuren verschiedener, mit Kühn korrespondierender Ärzte dar. - Meist gering stockfleckig, vereinzelt auch etwas stärker, leichte Wurmspuren im Einbanddeckel von Band 1.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH]
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        Mar. Ther. Louisa of Savoy Cargignan, Princess of Lamballe". Portrait in ganzer Figur, sitzend an einem klassizistischen Damensekretär in nachdenklicher Pose mit einer Schreibfeder in der rechten Hand. Darunter Beschriftung in engl./französ. Paralleltext. Kupferstich in Schabkunstmanier (Mezzotinto) von Simon Malgo nach A. Hickel.,

      La Harpe / London, published as the Art directs by S. Malgo, 1793 - Darstellung: 578 x 442 mm. Platte/Blattgröße: 630 x 447 mm (bis an den Plattenrand beschnitten). *Marie-Louise von Savoyen-Carignan (geb. 8. September 1749 in Turin; gest. 3. September 1792 in Paris) war eine geborene Prinzessin von Savoyen-Carignan und durch Heirat "Princesse de Lamballe" sowie Mitglied der französischen Königsfamilie. Als Hofdame und Intendantin des Hauses der Königin Marie Antoinette war sie deren engste Vertraute. Sie wurde 1792 in Paris vom Pöbel umgebracht. Das vorliegende Blatt wurde zu ihrem Gedächtnis angefertigt. Thieme-B. XXIII, 588. - Prächtiges qualitätsvolles Schabkunstblatt nach dem 1789 entstandenen Gemälde von Anton Hickel (heute im Palais Liechtenstein in Wien). Über den Kupferstecher Simon Malgo (auch Malcho) ist wenig bekannt, er war ein dänischer Maler, geb. 1745 in Kopenhagen, gest. um 1800 in London. Thieme-B. XXIII, 588. - Sehr seltenes Bildnis. Siehe Auktionskatalog 72 der Fima Karl Ernst Henrici (1921): "Wundervolles Bildnis". - Minimale Bereibung am Oberrand, insgesamt ein samtiger Abzug in sauberer und guter Erhaltung. ***Wenn Sie am gleichen Tag 2 oder mehr Bücher bei uns bestellen, erfolgt der Versand (innerhalb der Europäischen Union) kostenfrei für die gesamte Lieferung*** Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America: containing a Succinct Account of its Climate, Natural History, Population, Agriculture, Manners, and Customs. With an ample Description of the Several Divisions into which that Country

      London: Printed for J. Debrett, 1793. Second edition. (1), xvi, 432 [433, misnumbered], [20, index, errata] pp. + four folding plates. Hardcover, bound in half calf over marbled boards, all edges marbled, with book seller ticker "Thomas, Bookseller, Newtown" on the pastedown. Moderate shelf-wear, the panels and edges rubbed, joints starting; text block bright and unmarked. Imlay, British officer during the American Revolution and paramour of Mary Wollstonecraft, provides an account of the middle states during the period of admission of Kentucky as a state, written in the form of letters. The second edition is the first to include additional accounts of the region and Indian nations gathered by John Filson. [Howes I12, Cox II 167]. Provenance: From the estate of Ester Elizabeth Reed, MD.. Hardcover. Very Good.. Octavo 5.5" x 8.5".

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        A New Map of Ireland

      Dublin, Alex. Taylor and London W. Faden, 1793. . Map dimensions 73.5 x 63.5 cm, overall dimension 75.5 x 65.5 cm. An attractive folding map of Ireland with a decorative title cartouche to the upper left and a similar dedication cartouche to the lower right, original outline colour marking out the county boundaries. The map dissected into 20 sections and mounted on linen, manuscript brief title to one of the folded end section, folds into into original marbled paper slipcase which has printed brief title label to the upper cover. Wear with slight loss to one of the spines of the case, minor loss to the covering paper elsewhere, the map in very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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