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        Dansk Ordbog udgiven under Videnskabernes Selskabs Bestyrelse. Tome I-VIII (A-Z, komplet).

      - N. Møller & Søn (F.C. Løsers Bogtrykkeri), Kjøbenhavn 1793-1905. 4°, bind 1-7 samtidige, slidte halvlæderbind, bind 8 helt løst med forlagets kartonpermer og uden ryg, bibliotekseksemplar med stempler på bageste forsats, bogblokkene rimeligt rene og velho

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        Confronto della ricchezza dei paesi che godono libertà nel commercio frumentario con quella dei paesi vincolati, prendendo per esempio la Toscana che in meno di trenta anni si è trovata in tre stati nei vincoli antichi, nella libertà illimitata e nei vincoli nuovi.

      1793. [Firenze, s.n.t.], 1793, in-8, brossura spugnata azzurra (carta del primo ottocento), pp. 168. Biffi Tolomei fu sostenitore della libertà del commercio che considerava strumento per l'incremento dell'agricoltura. Prima edizione. Kress 5419. Einaudi 493, possiede solo la seconda edizione (1795). Moreni, Bibl. della Toscana II, p. 397.

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        Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse; by Charles Graham, Writing-Master And Teacher Of The English Language, Liverpool.

      Printed by T. Schofield, for the author, and sold by the booksellers., Liverpool 1793 - First edition, with an otherwise apparently unrecorded engraved plate bound as a frontispiece. Though having the same title as that of a preceding Kendal edition, this is actually a completely new collection, with only a few repeated articles (enough to assure us that Graham of Kendal is the same individual as Graham of Liverpool), including the essay on cock-fighting. In this 1793 collection, Graham advertises his occupation as writing-master through the elegant engraved plate (by Ashby of London) and the verse 'On the Arts of Penmanship and Engraving'. Graham also notes in his preface 'Some of the Poems were written during our unhappy contest with the Americans, and have some allusion thereto; but I trust, no person will take offence on this account: my remarks are of the pacific kind; being sensible that devastation and slaughter; are incompatible with the Christian name.' The long poem 'Columbus, or the Discovery of America' is offered, with a prose introduction, to mark the three-hundredth anniversary of the voyage of Columbus. It ends with a reference to the construction of Washington, with the footnote: 'The New City of Washington, now Erecting, intended to be the Capital of the United States.' 12mo (174 × 96 mm), pp. 193, [1], with subscribers' list and folding engraved frontispiece; lightly browned throughout; modern half morocco to style by Philip Dusel. [Not in Jackson; not in Johnson; not in Sabin. Scarce: ESTC: BL, Liverpool, Mitchell Library, Bodley, UC Berkeley and UCLA. Of these, none has the engraved plate, and several lack the list of subscribers.] [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Justin Croft Antiquarian Books Ltd ABA]
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        VITE DE' PITTORI SCULTORI E ARCHITETTI BERGAMASCHI, scritte dal Conte Cavalier... Opera postuma. Tomo I (e II).

      Locatelli, 1793. 2 voll. in folio, pp. XXVIII, 252; 240, (2), bella leg. m. pelle coeva con tass. ai d. e angoli, piatti in carta marmorizz. Elegante ritr. dell'A. inc. in rame da Martelli su dis. di P. Roncalli in antip. al primo vol. Indice dei pittori alla fine del secondo vol. Cicognara 2375. Lieve minimo alone al margine bianco esterno in entrambi i vol. (con picc. restauro di integrazione della carta su alcuni fogli). Per il resto ottimo esempl. a pieni margini in barbe su carta forte. [084]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium]
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        Écrits sur la Musique. Tome 1 - 4. Complet.

      (Paris), (Poincot), 1793. In-8°. Avec 4 gravure frontispiece et 14 planches de musique gravées (A-N). 397 p., 460 p., 459 p., 397 p., (= Oeuvres completes. Nouvelle édition, classée par ordre de matieres, et ornée de 90 gravures. Tome 19, 20, 21, 22). Reliure plein chemin bibliophile, pièces dorées et bicolores de titre sur le dos, encadrement doré sur le plat, gardes marbrées très belles, tranches dorées. - Contient: I. Projet concernant de nouveaux signes pour la Musique. - II. Dictionnaire de Musique A-E. - III. Dictionnaire de Musique F-S. IV. Dictionnaire de Musique S-Z. Reliure un peu abimée aux margins. Des gardes tachées par la moisissure. La gravure et les planches sans taches et en tres bon état. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Dictionnaire de Musique, Lettre a M. Burney sur la Musique, Gluck, La réponse du petit faiseur, Les 21 Chapitres de la Prophétie, Musikwissenschaft, Musik, Musiktheorie, Musikgeschichte. L.

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        Mémoires secrets et curieux des Cours, des gouvernements et des moeurs des principaux états d'Italie.

      Buisson, 1793. Tre volumi di cm. 19,5, pp. (4) viii, 495 (1); (4) 478; (4) 480. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorsi a nervi con titoli in oro. Dentelles interne, sguardie marmorizzate e tagli dorati. Bell'esemplare, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Alcune delel preliminari del primo volume sono legate nel terzo. Edizione originale, rara di un'opera di grande interesse storico ed economico. A testimonianza, le ristampe dell'anno successivo a Londra e a Francoforte in traduzione tedesca. D'Ancona: p. 60: "Il I vol. riguarda il regno di Napoli, il II Roma e lo Stato della Chiesa, il III Lucca, la Toscana, o per dir meglio Livorno, e poi Modena (ca. 120 pp.), Parma, Genova, la Corsica (30 pp.) e il Principato di Monaco. L'opera del Conte, poi cittadino Gorani milanese (Milano, 1740 - Ginevra, 1819), è di molta importanza, e meriterebbe di essere rimessa in onore, corredandola di opportune illustrazioni. Ci possono essere degli sbagli e dei giudizi men retti, dovuti alle opinioni giacobine dell'A., ma il fondo è veridico, e le notizie abbondanti e svariate.". L'A. ebbe una vita avventurosa e ricca di incontri proficui e importanti: formatosi nella Milano dei Verri e dei Beccaria, combatté contro i Prussiani, da cui fu fatto prigioniero. In Germania ebbe modo di seguire delle lezioni di Kant e di apprezzare la figura di sovrano illuminato di Federico II. Dopo il ritorno in patria, intraprese un lungo viaggio che lo portò in giro per l'Italia, la Corsica, la Sardegna e poi l'oriente: Grecia, Impero turco e paesi balcanici. Fu poi in Spagna, Portogallo e infine Vienna, dove divenne funzionario di Maria Teresa, finché egli non espresse con troppa franchezza all'imperatrice la sua avversione nei confronti di Firmian e di Kaunitz. Dopo un breve viaggio in Inghilterra e in Francia, raggiunse Costantinopoli, dove cercò, forse su consiglio del Voltaire, di restaurare al trono i vecchi Commeni. Soggiornò di nuovo a Milano, quindi visitò il Regno di Napoli e Roma. Fu quindi in Svizzera e poi in Francia, dove dal 1790 fissò la propria residenza, divenendo cittadino francese e avvicinandosi ad alcuni intellettuali, tra cui Condorcet, Bailly, Barthélemy e Mirabeau. Di questi tracciò poi spregiudicati profili nei suoi Mémoires. Nel 1793 riparò di nuovo in Svizzera fuggendo il Terrore. In quell'anno "...egli fece uscire a Parigi i Mémoires secrets, i quali gli suscitarono l'odio di alcuni sovrani, soprattutto di Maria Carolina di Napoli, che lo perseguitò... I Mèmoires,non sono opera di gran valore per la storia del pensiero del G., ché egli mirò a raccontare avventure, viaggi, amori e a descrivere la corruzione delle corti italiane, piuttosto che spiegare il corso delle proprie idee politiche e filosofiche." (Diz. lett. it. Laterza, III pp. 166 - 169).

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        Lettre de quittance, écrite et signée par Redouté

      Paris, 14 septembre 1793, l'an 2e de la République. un billet de 180 x 130 mm, rédigé à l'encre brune, portant en - tête le cachet de minute notarial à l'emblème de la République et avec la devise "la loi le roi" 14 septembre 1793, l'an 2e de la République, 14 septembre 1793, l'an 2e de la République, , un billet de 180 x 130 mm, rédigé à l'encre brune, portant en - tête le cachet de minute notarial à l'emblème de la République et avec la devise "la loi le roi", , Intéressante pièce autographe du peintre Pierre - Joseph Redouté : elle témoigne de son activité de dessinateur scientifique et de ses relations avec deux des plus grands noms du monde des sciences et de la physique de la fin du XVIIIe siècle, Antoine Lavoisier et Jean - Charles Borda, au sujet de l'élaboration du système métrique. En 1792, Redouté, qui passera à la postérité pour ses peintures de fleurs, est employé par l'Académie des sciences. Il signe ici une reconnaissance de paiement perçu de la part du très célèbre Lavoisier : "pour deux dessins que j'ai fait à Mr Borda relatifs aux opérations pour mesurer la longueur du pendule à seconde". Nous avons donc là une minute exceptionnelle, en lien avec l'une des dernières préoccupations de Lavoisier à la veille de son emprisonnement, le 24 novembre 1793, et de son exécution, le 8 mai 1794 : appelé par le gouvernement pour fixer les règles du nouveau système métrique, Lavoisier s'était adjoint l'aide du physicien et navigateur Jean - Charles Borda (1733 - 1799), rendu indispensable pour l'exactitude de ses opérations de pesage. L'importance de cette tâche était de taille : il s'agissait d'uniformiser le système des poids et des mesures dans l'ensemble de la France. Dans ces conditions, Lavoisier fut exceptionnellement autorisé, par délibération de la Commission le 28 frimaire An II (18 décembre 1793), à sortir de sa prison chaque matin accompagné d'un gendarme, pour continuer ses expériences. C'est Borda lui - même qui signa la délibération : "la présence permanente du citoyen Lavoisier, en raison de son talent particulier pour tout ce qui exige de la précision, est irremplaçable. Il est urgent que ce citoyen puisse être rendu aux travaux importants qu'il a toujours suivis avec autant de zèle que d'activité ". Bel état, en dépit d'un renfort marginal au revers et une petite déchirure de 2 cm, sans atteinte au texte

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        Les confessions.

      Grabit, 1793. 5 tomi in 12° (mm 172x100); pagg. 348; 432; 439; 403; 444; ritratto in ovale inciso in rame da Marchand; elegante legatura in mezza pelle con tit. in oro su tassello arancio, piccole greche neoclassiche e decori floreali, tutto impresso in oro, piatti marmorizzati verdi e tagli a spruzzo rossi. Ottimo esemplare di questa non comune edizione, impreziosita dalla presenza del volume V, spesso mancate, contenente le "Nouvelles Lettres". E' l'opera fondamentale di Rousseau, un'autobiografia pubblicata postuma nel 1781, in cui, ispirandosi alle Confessioni di Sant'agostino, crea però uno stile di grande intensità, senza vergognarsi e nascondere nulla. Ottimo esemplare completi di tutti gli occhielli spesso mancanti.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.]
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        Le Nouveau Testament en latin et en français, traduit par Sacy. Edition ornée de Figures gravées sur les Dessins de Moreau le Jeune.

      Chez Saugrain, 1793. - Chez Saugrain, A Paris 1793, Grd. in - 8 (15,5x24cm), (4) 327pp. et (4) 345pp. et (4) 207pp. et (4) 263pp., 4 volumes reliés. - Edizione illustrata prima edizione del 4 frontespizi e 81 figure da Moreau Il giovane, e inciso da Dambrun, Baquoy, Simonet, etc. Bound in pieno marocchino rosso grano lungo periodo (pelle russo). Torna liscio decorato con gioielli e 4 ruote. Titoli Gilt. Net e fregio di inquadrare sui piatti. Inquadramento interno greco. bordi dorati. Foxing Pearses - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition bilingue illustrée en premier tirage des 4 frontispices et 79 figures néo - classiques par Moreau Le jeune, et gravées par Dambrun, Baquoy, Simonet, etc ; elles sont encadrées d'un filet noir et toutes signées et légendées. Un cinquième volume paraîtra en 1798, Les actes des apôtres, il est pratiquement toujours manquant à la série. les volumes ne portent pas de tomaison, ni en reliure, ni en pages de titre et portent les intitulés suivants : Le Saint Evangile de Jesus - Christ selon Saint Mathieu, selon Saint Luc, etc. En guise de pièces de tomaison ont été reportés sur la reliure les noms des apôtres : S. Mathieu, S. Luc... L'avis au relieur, contient quelques annotations manuscrites au crayon de papier sur les déplacements de gravures. Selon les autres exemplaires collationnés, il manquerait 2 gravures à cet exemplaire. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge à grains longs (cuir de Russie) d'époque. Dos lisse orné de 4 fleurons et de roulettes. Titres dorés. Filet et frise d'encadrement sur les plats. Encadrement de grecques intérieur. tranches dorées. Rousseurs éparses, principalement circonscrites en marges sur un papier demeuré blanc. Deux coins émoussés. Quelques frottements, une tache brune sur un plat, quelques rayures, deux petites restaurations comblant des manques, une sur un plat, l'autre en queue d'un volume, mais très belle série, élégante en plein cuir de Russie rouge. Les qualités littéraires de la traduction de Le Maistre de Sacy, de Port - Royal, lui valurent non seulement la plupart des rééditions du Nouveau testament au XVIIIe, mais elle fut plébiscitée par la plupart des écrivains au XIXe, dont Hugo et Rimbaud. Belle publication, fameuse, du Nouveau Testament illustrée par Moreau le Jeune.  

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        Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England With Explanatory Observations on Armorial Ensigns In Slipcase

      Gloucester, Printed by R. Raikes, for B. & J. White, London. 1793 1st edition. Hardback. Large Folio size, approx 12.5 x 10 inches. Contemporary full morocco leather binding and slipcase. Red leather label to spine and slipcase with gilt lettering. Marbled endpapers. Cloth covered Slipcase. In very good condition with very good slipcase. (Slipcase some minor rubbing marks and fading to edges.) Spine faded and slightly rubbed. Top corner of title page clipped. Title and dedication pages seem to be coated in a thin protective parchment. Some minor darkening and spots opposite plates, most still retain original guards, else pages clean and tight throughout. A very clean and tight copy of a very scarce and early book. 424pp + xii + cxii (contents, appendix.) Many full-page engravings and engravings within text.

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        A VOYAGE TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN , Undertaken by Command of His Majesty, for making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere; Performed under the Direction of Captains Cook, Clerke, and Gore, in the Years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, 1780. Bound in 4 Vols.

      London;- Printed for Champante and Whitrow Jewry Street Aldgate and M. Watson Hermitage-Bridge 1793 - Classic 4 Volume Set. 'Being a copious, comprehensive, and satisfactory Abridgement of the Voyage.' Illustrated with Cuts. (Portrait, two folding Charts (1 amateurishly strengthened on verso with brown tape), and 48 engraved Plates, including a most attractive folding Plate depicting the death of Cook. 8vo. Contemporary (worn) Calf (2 front boards detached) Contemporary Signature "Fred.k Clark, Bury St. Edmunds" to front endpapers. Some mild foxing but internally a very clean set of this now Scarce edition which, with some careful restoration, could be made into an excellent set ! (extra postage required for overseas shipping) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB Est. 1867.]
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        \"Milk below Maids.\" Junges Milchmädchen verkauft gerade an zwei Kinder einen kleinen Eimer mit Milch.

       Altkolorierter Kupferstich in Punktiermanier von L. Schiavonetti nach F. Wheatly, London, 1793, 38,5 x 28,5 cm. Zweite Platte aus F. Wheatly`s berühmten Werk \"Cries of London\". - Hübsche Darstellung in guter Erhaltung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Berufe, Kirschenverkäuferin

      [Bookseller: Franziska Bierl Antiquariat]
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        The Works of . in Four Parts. Containing: I. His Complete Master Piece; . II. His Experienced Midwife; . III. His Book of Problems; . IV. His Last Legacy . A New Edition.

      Printed for and sold by all the Booksellers 1793 - with 4 woodcuts in the text, 2 leaves with small holes and minor loss, the one a paperflaw, the other apparently an accident in printing, pp. 324, 12mo in 6s, original sheep, gilt ruled compartments on spine, patch of abrasion on spine, joints cracked at either end, inscriptions on paste-downs obliterated, good. Poorly printed on cheap copy, making the text difficult to read in places, nevertheless a remarkably good copy. Although ESTC calls for a plate, none of the copy specific descriptions from the holding libraries (BL, Wellcome; UCLA, Yale) mention one. Editions often have a frontispiece, but not all, and there is no sign of there ever having been one in this unsophisticated copy. The fiction of Aristotle's authorshop provided a cloak of respectability, but this supposed antiquity of the text is given the lie for instance where, in the closing pages of the Legacy, reference is made to the number of children dying in London thanks to the foul air. (ESTC N25092)

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        Examen marítimo teórico práctico o tratado de mecánica aplicado a la construcción, conocimiento y manejo de los navíos y demás embarcaciones

      Imprenta Real, Madrid 1793 - LA MECANICA APLICADA A LA NAVEGACIÓN – ESTUPENDA IMPRESIÓN ESPAÑOLA – ILUSTRACIONES; folio; 14 grabados plegados; plena pasta española de época. El Examen Marítimo, cuya primera edición es de 1771, es un tratado de mecánica aplicada a la navegación, y es sin duda la obra más importante de su autor. Fue traducida al inglés, francés e italiano. Es un tratado de mecánica sustentado por un gran rigor matemático, que se adoptó como libro de texto en la mayoría de países europeos, entre ellos Francia e Inglaterra. Su autor, Jorge Juan, fue el científico español, del siglo XVIII, que más se preocupó en traer a España los avances matemáticos que se iban produciendo en el extranjero y uno de los más grandes marinos y geómetras de la España del siglo XVIII; los científicos europeos lo distinguieron con el sobrenombre del "sabio español". Esta segunda edición fue notablemente ampliada por Gabriel Ciscar y Ciscar, prestigioso marino de guerra español, considerado también "el primer matemático español de su época". Esta edición ampliada por Ciscar es NOTABLEMENTE MÁS RARA QUE LA PRIMERA EDICIÓN de 1771, y mucho mejor impresa ya que fue mandada a imprimir por la Imprenta Real en excelente papel y con estupendos grabados. En OCLC localizamos 13 ejemplares de la primera edición Y SOLAMENTE 1 EJEMPLAR EN USA de esta edición, en el Harry Ranson Center de la Universidad de Texas. Único tomo publicado. MECHANICS APPLIED TO NAVIGATION - A STUPENDOUS SPANISH IMPRINT- ILLUSTRATED; folio; 14 folding plates; full contemporary Spanish sheep. The Examen Marítimo, the first edition of which is from 1771, is a treatise of mechanics applied to navigation and is, without doubt, the most important work of the author. It was translated into English, French, and Italian. It is a treatise on mechanics supported by rigorous mathematics, that was adopted as a textbook in the majority of European countries, among them France and England. The author, Jorge Juan, was the Spanish scientist of the 18th century who was most concerned with bringing to Spain the mathematical advances that were being made in other countries and one of the greatest mariners and mathematicians in Spain in the 18th century; European scientists distinguished him with the nickname of "The Spanish Savant". This second edition was notably augmented by Gabriel Ciscar y Ciscar, a prestigious officer of the Spanish navy, considered also as "the leading Spanish mathematician of his time". This edition augmented by Ciscar is NOTABLY MORE RARE THAN THE FIRST EDITION of 1771, and a much finer imprint since it was ordered printed by the Imprenta Real on excellent paper and with stupendous engravings. On OCLC we only locate 23 copies of the first edition and ONLY ONE COPY IN THE USA of this edition in the Harry Ransom Center of the University of Texas. 1 volumen(es)/volume(s) 626 páginas [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        Diccionario castellano con las voces de ciencias y artes y sus correspondientes en las tres lenguas francesa, latina e italiana

      Madrid, Imprenta de la Viuda de Ibarra, Hijos y Compañía, 1786-87-88 [Volúmenes I, II y III] / Madrid, Imprenta de don Benito Cano, 1793 [Volumen IV] - 4 volúmenes en folio, pasta española con nervios y hierros dorados en lomo, DIFERENTE EN VOLUMEN IV. FATIGADO, algunas puntas dobladas, leves manchas esporádicas, papel moteado. Tomo I: [6]+XXXIV+710 p; galerías en margen interno hasta p. 13, sin afectar; GALERÍAS ENTRE P. 669-706, AFECTANDO, AUNQUE SIN IMPEDIR LA LECTURA. Tomo II: 734 p, taladro de polilla en margen superior de p 483-734, afectando levemente en algunas, pero sin impedir la lectura. Tomo III: 857 p, taladro en margen inferior de todo el volumen, sin afectar. Tomo IV: XIV+334+260+394 p. El volumen IV contiene "Los tres alfabetos francés, latino e italiano con las voces de ciencias y artes que les corresponden en la lengua castellana"

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        Geschiedenis en Beschryving der stad Heusden behelzende Haare opkoomst, aanwasch, sterkte Waereld en kerklyke gebouwen, Handvesten, keuren, privilegien, plakkaaten en tollysten, nevens derzelver regeering, gouverneurs, geleerde mannen, lotgevallen.

      Amsterdam: J. Hartig, 1793. Oorlogen en watervloeden door Jacobus van Oudenhoven. NIEUWE UITGAAF vermeerderd met de beschrijving des lands van Heusden en versierd met veele, daar onder nooit uitgegeevene plaaten en portraiten. Rare 3d edition! 5(of 6) extra plates with extra map and Castle of Herpt, And Abby Of Bern And 2 Portraits 1 extra Plate Of grave missing.

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        Apendice a la relación del viage al Magallanes.

      1793 - Bound in red morocco for Charles III of Spain, extremely rare, including both parts. 1793. Madrid. Viuda de Ibarra. In 4to. 2 ff. + 128 + 1 folding table and 1 folding map. Contemporary red morocco gilt, with supralibros of Charles III on boards, double-fillet and roll-tooled borders to boards, raised bands to spine with simple tooling, green morocco lettering piece, blue silk endpapers, spots of soiling and very light rubbing, else fine. A very good copy overall, tall and clean, only light occasional marginal damp. 6,000 $ First edition, a fine copy bound in red morocco with the arms of Charles III of Spain, bound post mortem, as the Apendice was printed in 1793 and Charles III just before; normally this work is found bound with the Relación del ultimo viage al Estrecho de Magallanes de la fragata de S. M. Santa Maria de la Cabeza, however they are different publications bibliographically and thus complete in itself, Palau gives the high valuation of 60 Pesetas for 1926 and 1,000 Pesetas for 1969. The fact that even after the King´s death there was a desire to have the book presented with his arms is a testament to the magnitude of the expedition commissioned by the crown, and the respect held for the King. In 1793, an Appendix to the Relacion was published “Obra interesante y bien publicada” (Palau); this part is focused on giving an historical overview of former expeditions to the region, including those of Drake and Bougainville, constituting itself as an invaluable source of information of the Magellan Strait. The illustration comprises a folding map of the Strait. Palau, 352515. Sabin, 16765 (for both parts). Hill, 1756. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lesson Book, Log, and Letter Book of Benjamin Watson, 1793 - 1802.

      6/25/16. 4to, unpaginated. About 60 pp. of manuscript entries. This is an unusual and fascinating artifact, combining several familiar types of manuscript into a coherent story. The first twenty pages are a typical navigation copy book. It these sorts of manuscripts, the student copied the master's manuscript, or a printed text. This helped the student learn and memorize the various aspects of trigenometry and navigation, and also provided him with a written reference for the future. On the front pastedown, this one is signed by Benjamin Watson and dated 1793. The next twenty-four pages are a "Journal of a Voyage from Bilboa to Plymouth in the Schooner Miles Standish of Plymouth, Solomon Davis Commander; kept by Benjamin Watson Supergargo" This includes regular log entries of daily position, weather and sail handling, and a two page abstract log of the voyage. When the "Miles Standish" reached Bilboa with their cargo of whale and cod oil, they were held in quarantine from December 1800 to March 1801. During this time Watson wrote letters to his bosses at the mercantile firm of Thomas & William Davis of Plymouth, to the American Consul, and to other merchants and ship masters. This book contains Watson's copies of eleven letters written during this time, describing his situation, giving trade prices and gossip, discussing local and international news, and making trade and financial arrangements. The letters total about 2500 words, and are in Watson's hand, with his signature. The mercantile details are of considerable interest. It is obvcious that parts of this book - for example, those pertaining to the voyage from Plymouth to Spain - have been removed, but what remains gives a good picture of the training and activities of Benjamin Watson, supercargo. Watson's son, also Benjamin, was a friend of Thoreau's and a prominent figure in transcendentalist circles.Bound in scarred old pigskin, with semi legible ink inscriptions dating back to the 1760s.

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        An Act for enlarging, deepening, cleaning, improving, and regulating the harbour of Amlwch, in the Isle of Anglesey 21st June 1793

      London:: Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1793 In modern blue paper boards, printed title to spine. Internally, [2], 3855-3872 pp, 3 printers devices, new endpapers, text block edges a little chipped, some edge browning, couple of small ink marks to tp along with a small paper repair. A very rare Welsh interest item. (19.5*31.3cm). (ESTC N59444. Tomlins & Raitling Statutes at large V18 p 125. Journal of the House of Commons V48 p625). The work cost £100,000, paid for by the Mona Mine Company, which then allowed harbour for up to 30 vessels of 100 ton at a time. Lord Paget, Mr Blackburne & Mr Thomas Williams were ordered to bring in the bid. Important. Full Title: Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, tricesimo tertio. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the twenty-fifth day of November Anno Domini 1790, in the Thirty-first Year, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several prorogations, to the thirteenth day of December 1792; being the third session of the seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain

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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] 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. Near Fine

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        American Poems, Selected and Original. Vol. 1 [all published]

      Litchfield, (CT): Printed by Collier and Buel, [1793] - 8vo, contemporary sheep, gilt rules (spine label gone, but still bearing the impression of the lettering). 6-page list of subscribers and errata. ? The first anthology of American poetry; a second volume was planned, but never published. Smith (1771-1798), a physician and author who died at 28 of yellow fever, was an active member of the "Hartford Wits" literary group and a close associate of the American novelist Charles Brockden Brown, who was living with Smith in Litchfield when this anthology of 70 poems was compiled. Modern scholarship has placed Brown among the contributors of anonymous poems, specifically as the author of "Utrum Horum Mavis, Elige," on pages 222-224. Other contributors include William Trumbull, Theodore Dwight, Joel Barlow, David Humphreys, William Dunlap, Richard Alsop and Philip Freneau. Front blank and rear free endpaper lacking; some foxing and stains; a very good copy. Stoddard & Whitesell 448; Wegelin 489; Evans 25104; BAL 4976 (Dunlap) & 5046 (Dwight) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letters, on the Subject of the Concert of Princes, and the Dismemberment of Poland and France.

      London: Printed for G. G. J. & J. Robinson,, 1793. Octavo (207 x 128 mm). Contemporary tree calf, red morocco label lettered gilt, spine decorated gilt, boards ruled gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers. Armorial bookplate of Edward Lord Suffield to front pastedown. Some wear to tips, short crack to head of rear joint but still sound, minor loss to head of spine, some errata corrected in ink. An excellent copy, internally fresh. First edition, with the errata leaf. Benjamin Vaughan (1751?1835) was diplomatist, political reformer, and merchant. He was a mediator in the Anglo-American peace talks in Paris in 1782-3, and returned to Paris several times following the outbreak of revolution in France in 1790. These letters first appeared in the Morning Chronicle, written between July 1792 and June 1793, criticising William Pitt's government under his pseudonym A Calm Observer. They were published collectively in this volume and in his 1795 book, Two Papers by the Calm Observer (1795). A pro-French businessman, Vaughan offered a defence of revolutionary rights, condemning the attack by the Northern Powers on Poland and France, and making a case for peace with France, where, fearing arrest, he fled in 1794. He settled in America in 1897.

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        Untersuchung uber den menschlichen Verstand, neu ubersezt von M.W.G. Tennemann.

      Verlag der Akademischen Buchhandlung, . 1793 - Second German Edition. Small 8vo, xii, lii, 380 pp., contemporary boards, some sporadic pencil marks. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Galatée.

      Paris: Defer de Maisonneuve,, 1793. Roman pastoral; imité de Cervantes. Édition ornée de figures en colour, d'après les dessins de Monsiau. Folio in fours (355 x 260 mm). Contemporary blue patterned paper boards, printed paper label to spine, deckle edges. 4 mezzotint plates by Colibert and Cazenave after Monsiau, with tissue guards. Very lightly rubbed overall, tips and spine-ends bumped and worn, internally crisp and clean with bright plates. An excellent copy, entirely untrimmed. First edition thus of Florian's rendering of La Galatea by Cervantes, with handsome illustrations by the noted history painter Nicolas-André Monsiau. Monsiau first turned to book illustration when the French Revolution disrupted patronage. Florian, a military officer, author, and protégé of Voltaire was imprisoned during the Reign of Terror (1793-4) and died a year after his release at the age of 39. His Académie française biography describes his Fables as finest in the French language after those of La Fontaine, and refers to his "traduction un peu trop libre de Cervantès". The main text is preceded by a life of Cervantes and a survey of his works.

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        An Act for enlarging, deepening, cleaning, improving, and regulating the harbour of Amlwch, in the Isle of Anglesey. 21st June 1793.

      London:: Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1793 In modern blue paper boards, printed title to spine. Internally, [2], 3855-3872 pp, 3 printers devices, new endpapers, text block edges a little chipped, some edge browning, couple of small ink marks to tp along with a small paper repair. A very rare Welsh interest item. (19.5*31.3cm). (ESTC N59444. Tomlins & Raitling Statutes at large V18 p 125. Journal of the House of Commons V48 p625). The work cost £100,000, paid for by the Mona Mine Company, which then allowed harbour for up to 30 vessels of 100 ton at a time. Lord Paget, Mr Blackburne & Mr Thomas Williams were ordered to bring in the bid. Important. Full Title: Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, tricesimo tertio. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the twenty-fifth day of November Anno Domini 1790, in the Thirty-first Year, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued, by several prorogations, to the thirteenth day of December 1792; being the third session of the seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain

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        Erklæringer, Breve og Forestillinger, General-Procureur-Embedet vedkommende.

      1793 1793 - 6 bd. Kbhvn.: Gyldendal 1793-1807. Med kobberstukket portræt. Pænt eksemplar med bred margin indbundet i samtidigt helskind med farvede titel- og tomefelter samt rig gulddekoration på ryggene. Titel- og tomefelter med slidtage på de fem første bind. * Henrik Stampe [1713-89], dansk jurist, prof. i filos. 1741, generalprokurør 1753 (samtidig prof. i retsvidenskab til 1785); stor indflydelse på dansk-norsk retsudvikling. Statsminister fra 1784. De posthumt udgivne Erklæringer, Breve, Forestillinger, General-Prokureur-Embedet vedkommende er et af den dansk-norske retsvidenskabs klassiske værker. Bibl. Dan. I, 626.

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        Recueil de pièces, documents, affiches et libelles de l'époque révolutionnaire sur les droits de successions et de propriétés

      1793 - In-8° relié demi-veau de l'époque. plus de 50 pièces sont rassemblées dans ce domaine, certaines sont très rares, les affiches, prospectus et tracts etant souvent moins présents en bibliothèque. La plus grande partie des départements de la Normandie et de la Manche, après Paris, bien sur. Nous ne pouvons ici toutes les pièces,( beaucoup sont imprimées à l'Imprimerie Franklin citons seulement : Extrait des réclamations du département de la Manche contre les prétendues Loix des 4 janvier 1793, 17 nivose, relatives aux successions - - Le Modéré pétition, et observations rapides à l'occasion du projet d'abolir la Loi du 17 Nivose, an deuxième (Toupelin) - - L'agonie de la loi du 17 nivose ) - - Adresse à la Convention Nationale par les Citoyens du département du Jura - - Opinion de Claude Gleyzal représentant du peuple sur la loi du 17 nivose - - Réflexions sur la loi de Laboissière, député du Lot - - Réfléxions sur les dispositions rétrocatives du code des successions - - Un mot à la Convention Nationale sur le décret du 4 janvier 1793 concernant les successions - - Cause des filles mariées - - Le dernier cri des cadets à la Convention Nationale - - Lanjuinais : Réfléxions contre le rapport - - Pétition des cadets à la Convention Nationale - - Oudot : Rapport sur les enfants nés hors du mariage - - Rapports sur les enfants posthumes - - Morellet, Andre. : La cause des pères, ou, discussion d'un projet de décret relatif aux pères et mères, aïeuls et aïeules des émigrés. Par l'auteur du Cri des familles Du Pont: l'an III [1795], Paris, 1795. 111 pages - Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 1739-1817, French political economist-statesman, emigre to America and father of the founder of one of its greatest industrial empires, established a large printing house in Paris. The printing establishment was finally suppressed by the Jacobins in 1797. The present pamphlet by the French economist and litterateur Morellet (1727- 1819), relates to the status of the parents and grandparents of émigrés during the French Revolution. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyages en France, pendant les années 1787-88-89 et 90. Entrepris plus particulièrement pour s'assurer de l'état de l' Agriculture, des Richesses, des Ressources et de la Prospérité de cette Nation. Avec des Notes et Observations par M. Decasaux, et des Cartes géographiques de la navigation et du Climat.

      chez Buisson, A Paris 1793 - 3 vol. in-8 de 16-VIII-468 pp. ; (4)-498 pp. ; (4)-416 pp., basane fauve marbrée, dos lisse orné, roulette dorée dencadrement sur les plats, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque). Première édition française traduite par F. Soulès. Deux cartes repliées. C'est en 1787, sur l'invitation de son ami Lazowski, que Arthur Young entreprit son premier voyage en France. Il en accomplira trois au total, en 1787, en 1788 et en 1789 -1790, au cours desquels il recueillera de nombreux renseignements qui lui permettent de composer ses Travels in France (1792), traduits en français dès 1793. Il assista aux débuts de la Révolution de 1789, dont il approuva les réformes mais dont il condamna la violence ; il lui devint hostile après le 10 août 1792. Son Voyage en France est considéré aujourd'hui comme un des tableaux les plus fidèles de la France et de l'agriculture française à la fin de l'Ancien régime. Provenance : Bibliothèque des La Rochefoucauld au château de La Roche-Guyon, avec cachet ex-libris. Bel exemplaire ; épidermures sur un plat. Musset-Pathay 2045 ; Kress B.2638 ; pas dans Einaudi.

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        A superb content James Watt letter coordinating the installation of a pair of steam engines for the Spanish Ambassador to the United States, Don Diego Gardoqui

      Birmingham, March 25, 1793. 7.5" x 10.5". "Autograph Letter Signed, ""Boulton & Watt,"" 3 pages, 7.5"" x 10"", Birmingham, March 25, 1793, addressed in his hand on the integral address leaf to ""Messrs Fermin de Fastet & Co. Merch[ant]s London"" with a black ""BIRMINGHAM"" cancelation above. Expected folds, seal loss tear infilled, some soiling to transmittal leaf, else very good.Watt writes, in full: ""We advised you in our last, that we had agreed with James Murdoch to go to Spain to erect the BWS Engine — In terms we were able to make with him, were 21/ pr week[?] from the time of his Engagement to his return, and £50 upon the Engines being completed to Satisfaction. This we have engaged to make good to him, he is now under a course of instruction upon the drawings which the very good size of the Engine renders necessary. Yesterday we are informed by letter (of Feby 21st) from J. Watt Junr. that Malcolm Logan had promised to call upon him at Naples previous to his departure for Spain, but had not done it then though the time was long expired which he had allotted for finishing the Mill at Cardita [sic, Catania?], and that as J[ames] W[att] Jr was then just setting and for Sicily, he could not go to enquire after Logan but ha wrote him to press his departure which he was persuaded would meet with no difficulty. He adds in a postscript that he had seen Logan, who had finished the mill & would set[?] and very soon & that he had taken the necessary steps to hasten his departure. It would appear that you will not be doubly provided, but that will be no less as Malcom is a good mill wright, & we expect his assistance will be as much needed in that article as in the Engine. The other is not a mill wright though a good workman in the Engine way[.] We have at last received [a] letter from Liverpool Thorn[?] & Co. say that the first vessel for Cadiz will be the Sarah, the owners of which have not yet fixed the freight, She is to go to Dublin & return before she sails for Cadiz which will be at lest 3 weeks. She is to taken the advantage of convoy & is certain of going, no other will sale from here before her— We have also had an answer form our brother at Bristol, but like the other indeterminate as to rate of freight & when vessels would sail. We therefore think that Hull will prove the best port for shipping the goods & have wrote to Mr Broadley for information. The Engine N1 which is complete will make above 50 tons and we have so many goods ready for No 2 as may make about 80 tons in all — we shall be obliged to you to advise the freight from London to Cadiz for our government also when a convoy may be expected, & her rates of insurance from Liverpool Bristol & Hull respectively. We have wrote again to Liverpool to prevent any engagement but to advise the freight.""A remarkable letter written as Watt's improvements to the steam engine began to bear financial fruit. Although his pioneering steam grist mill in London (the Albion Mills) went up in flames in 1791—the plant had already demonstrated the steam engine's tremendous potential. The firm of Boulton & Watt was soon commending a variety of projects both in Britain and abroad—including projects in Italy and Spain. The project in Cadiz was for a pair of blowing engine for a blast furnace. Don Diego Gardoqui (1735-1798) commissioned the engines through the London merchants Fermin de Tastet & Co. Each fifty horsepower engine supplied air for six furnaces each. (""Plan of blowing engine for Don Diego Gardoqui, Cadiz, Spain, 1793, Archives of Soho, Birmingham City Archives, Ref. MS3147/Portfolio/5/592). Don Diego Gardoqui was himself living in America, serving as the Spanish Ambassador to the United States. (During the American Revolution, he acted as the financial intermediary between the Spanish crown and the United States—helping secure critical arms and supplies).However, James Murdoch, who had been tasked with supervising the engine's installation in Cadiz, delayed the project. Born in 1768, he was the brother of William Murdoch (1754-1839) who came to work for Watt in 1777 and soon became an important collaborator for Watt developing several important improvements in the steam engine. William also developed early steam turbines, experimented with compressed air leading the way for pneumatic tube messaging systems, and the production of gas from coal. In 1810, he became a partner in Boulton & Watt led the company in the production of steam engines for ships.James appears not to have shared his brother's industrious nature, as evidenced in the present letter. In October of the same year, Watt proposed replacing Murdoch with Richard Mitchell, complaining that the former had been ""behaving very ill in drawing money, & have also heard accounts of his behaviour in this country which are unpleasing."" A week and a half later Watt lamented, ""we are in much want of some one there [Spain] James Murdoch's conduct has been execrably bad, he has drawn money every way he could, & refuses to work unless they pay him seven Dollars a day,"" concluding that ""we are obliged to recall him, & shall be brought into damages by his proceedings, this we wish to imparted to his Brother [William]..."" (Watt to Thomas Wilson, October 10, 1793, Boulton and Watt Papers, Cornwall Record Office; Watt to Wilson, October 23, 1783, Ibid). "

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Oberndorf, 4. VIII. 1793. - 2¾ SS. 4to. "Les occasions que j'eues de faire Votre connaissance pendant les différents Séjours que j'ai faits à Coblence, et les marques d'Amitié que Vous m'y avés données, m'engagent en ce moment en me rappellant à Votre souvenir de m'entretenir avec Vous sur une affaire qui m'est personelle. C'est au sujet du S. Piautaz, Négociant de Francfort, qui m'est redevable du Montant de 3. Lettres de Change de 9722. Flor: 18. Stüber d'Hollande, que je lui ai endossée à Hettange près de Thionville, sur l'assurance que tant Mr. De Catonne, que surtout Mr. Deville Frésorier de l'Armée des Princes François mes Neveux, m'avoient donnée, de toute la confiance qu'on pouvoit avoir en lui; lesquelles Lettres ce Négociant m'avoit promis de payer déjà dans le Mois de SEptember suivant la reconnoissance qu'il m'en a donnée, ce qu'il n'a pas encore effectué dans ce moment ci, m'alleguant entre plusieurs raisons la plus valable celle de l'impossibilité où il se trouve de payer par les Sommes considérables qui lui sont dues par les Princes; la seule esperance qu'il me donne pour la Rentrée de mes Fonds consiste, en celle que Vous, Monsieur le Comte, étes Depositaire d'une somme assez considérable à la disposition des Princes, somme que ce Négociant m'assurez lui avoir été promise tant de Votre part que de celle des Princes, et qu'il s'engage de liquider sa créance envers moi aussitôt que les Princes ou Vous, Monsieur le Comte, auront sans faits à leur promesse donnée [ ]".

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        Sketches of the Principles of Government.

      1793. Burlington, Vt. 1793. First edition. One of the Earliest American Books on Political Science Chipman, Nathaniel [1752-1843]. Sketches of the Principles of Government. Burlington [VT]: From the Press of J. Lyon, 1793. xii, [13]-292 pp. Section of p. 38 blank due to printer error, which placed that text at the foot of p. 37. Facsimile leaf of pp. 37-38 laid in. 12mo. (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary speckled sheep, rebacked in period style with gilt fillets and existing lettering piece, hinges mended. Light rubbing to board, corners bumped and lightly worn, early bookplate of private association library and "57" in small early hand to front pastedown. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining in a few places. $1,250. * Only edition. Among the first American books on political science, Sketches is a study of civil laws and obligations, the social state, rights of property, sovereignty and political power. He published an expanded version of this in 1833 titled The Principles of Government. Chipman was a Hamiltonian Federalist who played a key role in Vermont's admission to the Union. He was a United States Senator from 1797 to 1803, Vermont's Chief Justice from 1813 to 1815 and professor of law at Middlebury College from 1816-1843. Jefferson owned a copy of this book: Sowerby, Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson 2361. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 5751.

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        Écrits sur la Musique. Tome 1 - 4. Complet.

      (Paris),, (Poincot), 1793 - In-8°. Avec 4 gravure frontispiece et 14 planches de musique gravées (A-N). 397 p., 460 p., 459 p., 397 p., (= Oeuvres completes. Nouvelle édition, classée par ordre de matieres, et ornée de 90 gravures. Tome 19, 20, 21, 22). Reliure plein chemin bibliophile, pièces dorées et bicolores de titre sur le dos, encadrement doré sur le plat, gardes marbrées très belles, tranches dorées. - Contient: I. Projet concernant de nouveaux signes pour la Musique. - II. Dictionnaire de Musique A-E. - III. Dictionnaire de Musique F-S. IV. Dictionnaire de Musique S-Z. Reliure un peu abimée aux margins. Des gardes tachées par la moisissure. La gravure et les planches sans taches et en tres bon état. Französisch Band:

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        Die unsichtbare Loge. Eine Biographie.

       Bln., Matzdorff 1793. 2 Bde. XXIV, 392; 2 Bll., 460 S. Mit 1 Titelkupfer v. D. Chodowiecki u. 2 gest. Titelvign. v. Sintzenich. Hellgraue Pbde. d. Zt. m. schwarzen Rückensch. Vors. u. Tit. leicht stockfleckig. Ohne d. beiden letzten Bll. mit d. Druckfehlern. Namenstempel \"v. Schickfuß\" am flieg. Vors. EA.Goed. V, 464, 3; W.-G.² 3; Berend-K. 3a - Erste Ausgabe von Jean Pauls erstem Roman. Voritel mit dem Aufdruck \"Mumien\". - Das Romanfragment »Die unsichtbare Loge« begründete Jean Pauls eigentümlichen humoristischen Erzählstil, in der Nachfolge L. Sternes und H. Fieldings. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Literatur

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        \"Two bunches a penny primroses, two bunches a penny\". Junge Primelverkäuferin mit einem Korb an ihren Arm, neben ihr zwei Kinder, ebenfalls mit einem Blumenkorb, und ein Hund.

       Altkolorierter Kupferstich in Punktiermanier von L. Schiavonetti nach F. Wheatly, London, 1793, 38,5 x 28,5 cm. Erste Platte aus F. Wheatly`s berühmten Werk \"Cries of London\". - Hübsche Darstellung in guter Erhaltung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Berufe, Kirschenverkäuferin

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        BLUMEN. - Verkauf. "Two bunches a penny primroses, two bunches a penny". Junge Primelverkäuferin mit einem Korb an ihren Arm, neben ihr zwei Kinder, ebenfalls mit einem Blumenkorb, und ein Hund.

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        De amplitudine, eversione et restauratione Urbis Ravennae Libri tres a Camillo Spreti Pat. Ravennate et Equite Hierosolymitano in italicum idioma versi, et notis illustrati... Volumen primun (Volumen II. Pars prima e Volumen II. Pars secunda)

      Typis Antonii Roveri apud fratres Fava 1793 - 1796 4to (cm. 27,7), 3 Voll.; 7 cc.nn. (compresa tav. incisa su rame con stemma del Dedicatario dellâ??opera, Carlo Teodoro duca di Baviera), XXIV - 498 pp., 10 cc.nn.; XVII - 591(5) pp.; 2 cc.nn., 264 pp., 71 cc.nn. Complessive 27 tavv. n.t. e f.t. Assenti i ritratti di Desiderio e Camillo Spreti. Belle e solide legature coeve in piena pelle con nervi, fili e titoli in oro al ds. (piccole abrasioni ai piatti). Tagli rossi. Un taglio, senza perdita di testo, alle cc. 75 e 76 del primo vol., altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Cicognara, 4324 - 5; Lozzi, 3935; Fossati - Bellani, 2870; Graesse VI, 474.

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        Jägerhaus zu Giebing, Geburtsort des Künstlers.

      - Radierung, 1793, auf Velin. 8,3:9,7 cm. Mit minimalem Rändchen um die Umfassungslinie. Literatur: Andresen 1. Zunächst studierte Dillis von 1777 - 1781 Philosophie und Theologie in Ingolstadt und München. 1782 wurde er zum Priester geweiht. Anschließend erhielt er Zeichenunterricht bei J.J. Dorner d.Ä. (1741-1813). Seit 1786 erteilte er selbst Zeichenunterricht bei vornehmen Münchner Familien. Durch die Bekanntschaft des Benjamin Thompson Graf von Rumford (1753-1814), der sein Förderer wurde, unternahm Dillis Reisen in die Schweiz und an den Oberrhein. 1790 wurde er Inspektor der kurfürstlichen Bildergalerie in München. Es folgten Reisen nach Salzburg, Sachsen, Dresden, Prag und Wien. 1794/95 weilte er in Rom, 1805 folgte die zweite Italienreise, 1806 war er in Paris und Südfrankreich. 1808 wurde er Professor für Landschaftsmalerei an der Münchener Akademie, 1822 Central-Galeriedirektor. Er wirkte an der Grundsteinlegung der Pinakothek in München 1826 mit und entschied 1834/35 die Auswahl der Bilder für dieses Museum. Mit seinen Freilichtbildern gehört Dillis zu den Begründern der neuen Münchner Landschaftsschule.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        The History of the Poor; Their Rights, Duties, and the Laws Respecting Them. In a Series of Letters. By Tho. Ruggles, Esq. F.A.S. One of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the Counties of Essex and Suffolk. In Two Volumes

      Printed for J. Deighton, No. 325, Opposite Gray's-Inn [etc.] 1793-94, London - Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, sprinkled edges, some foxing in the second volume, else a very good set, with the errata; the Taussig copy First edition of one of the two principal works by the Lincoln's Inn bencher and judge, "an important contribution to the debate on poverty in late eighteenth-century England", many of his ideas to foreshadow the New Poor Law of 1834 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        Neue Thalia.

      Leipzig, Georg Joachim Göschen 1792 - 1793. - 12 Hefte in 4 Bänden, gebunden in 2 Bänden. Marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt. Goed. V, 189-191; Marcuse 126-128, 134-137 und 140; Kirchner I, 4237; Diesch 1149. - Erste Ausgabe der Fortsetzung der Thalia. Enthält mehrere Erstdrucke von Schiller, darunter Die Zerstörung von Troja und Dido aus der Aeneide, Ueber Anmuth und Würde, Vom Erhabenen und Zerstreute Betrachtungen über verschiedene ästhetische Gegenstände. Ferner von Hölderlin (Fragmente aus Hyperion und Gedichte), ebenfalls in Erstdrucken. Weitere Beiträge von Conz, Seume, Wilhelm von Humboldt, Caroline von Wolzogen, Matthisson u. a. - Rücken mit Leder erneuert, die Bezüge der Original-Rücken sehr sauber und fachmännisch aufgezogen. Tls. etwas gebräunt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        John Hargrave, George, Leek

      F. Hilliard, printer, Leek, [Stratfordshire] 1793 - Small broadside, 158 x 96 mm, text within typographic border, annotated in ink on recto, with cost of goods, and further annotated: "March 6th 1793, 18/6, Waiter 1.6, Settled 2.0.0, J. Hargrave." Also annotated on the verso: "6th March 1793." Age toning, very good. The printer, F. Hilliard, shows up once in OCLC, as the printer of an auction broadside Timber. To be sold by auction, at the house of Mr. Wilkinson, the Black Swan, in Congleton. in 1792; and he also likely printed another auction broadside announcing the sale of the estate of Thomas Salt, a bankrupt, in 1795 - a sale held at the George Inn (see below).A rare late 18th-century bill of sale from the George Inn, a Leek (Stratfordshire) tavern and inn, signed and dated by the owner. With printed columns for pounds, shillings, and pence. Twelve categories of goods and services are printed: Eating; Tea and Coffee; Wine and Negus; Liquors & Punch; Ale and Porter; Cyder; Writing Paper; Chamber Fire; Tobacco; Servants Eating & Ale; Hay & Corn; Post Chaise. This bill of fare, dated March 6th, 1793, added up to 20 shillings, 20 pence, but was apparently settled for an even 20 shillings. It comprised: Eating, 6 shillings, Wine & Negus, 10 shillings; Liquors & Punch, 6 pence; and Ale & Porter, 2 shillings. At bottom, an additional 1 shilling, 6 pence was added as a waiter’s tip. Signed by J. Hargrave and marked "Settled." A rare survival providing an interesting glimpse into late 18th-century English tavern history. The receipt here records only eating and drinking, the majority spent on wine/negus, liquor/punch and ale/porter, for a total of 12 shillings, 6 pence; only 6 shillings was spent on eating. Also of interest is the manuscript addition of a waiter’s tip. The George, a Staffordshire coaching inn on the corner of Spout and Church Streets, is known to have existed by 1776 and was probably built in the 1760s. It is listed as one of the two principal inns in Leek in 1787 along with the Swan with Two Necks. (See Tunicliffe, A Topographical Survey of the Counties of Stafford, Chester, and Lancaster, Nantwich, 1787.) In the old coaching days, it was esteemed as the most comfortable house between London and Manchester. The George was demolished in 1972 for the widening of Church Street. The George was acquired by Henry Dewhurst in the 1760s who also used the inn as a venue for local real estate auctions, a practice that continued well into the 19th century. Dewhurst sold the inn to John Hargrave (1738-1820) sometime in the 1780s. Hargrave served as an officer in the Royal Regiment of Horse guards in the Seven Years’ War under the command of the Marquis of Granby, whose secretary he then became (see The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register, London, 1820, p. 758). After running the inn for at least thirty years, Hargrave died at age 84 in Leek. That Hargrave served under Granby is of some interest, as John Manners (1721-1770), Marquis of Granby, has the distinction of having had numerous pubs named after him—a result of setting up so many of his own men as tavern keepers when they left the army, as here. Nicknamed "Generous Granby," he was a Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Horse-Guards by 1758, a hero of the Seven Years’ War in the Battle of Minden; he was named Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in 1767. Hargrave is noted as the owner of The George in a notice as early as 1789. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        An Essay upon Gardening, containing a catalogue of exotic plants for the stoves and green-houses of the British gardens: the best method of planting the hot-house vine; [.].

      G. Peacock York 1793 - First edition. 4to., xx, [2], xxi-xxii, [2], 159, [1], 102, [8], with three fold out plans by Thomas Atkinson. Modern calf over old marbled boards, red title-label, covers rubbed. Fresh copy of Steele's extensive catalogue of exotic plants introduced into English gardens, with additional advice on their propagation and culture. Includes three large fold out plans by Thomas Atkinson, an architect based in York known for his remodelling of Bishopthorpe Palace, including plans of a green-house stove, a green-house in the ionic style, and the personal greenhouse of Richard Anthony Salisbury Esq. ABPC records only two copies at auction since 1975, the last sold in 1989. ESTC T82581. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hudibras.

      London: Printed by T. Rickaby. 1793 1793. An edition of 100 copies. Two volumes in three. Quarto, 290x230mm. In contemporary tan calf binding, with ornate gilt roll surround, with some edge wear. Recently rebacked, in contemporary style, with five raised bands, with gilt and blind tooled decoration and author, title, volume number and date of publication gilt in the compartments. All edges gilt. Bookplate of 'Philip Worsley Wood' [Mathematician, 1880-1956] on the front pastedown of each volume. The imprint is the same for all four parts. With notes by Treadway Russell Nash. Engravings, apparently after Hogarth, in Vols I and II of this set. Vol. I, Part I: xxxix, [4], 4-317, [1] pages; manuscript note on the verso of the front free end-paper: 'From the Library of J. W. Clarke, Registrar of the University of Cambridge: Nov.1911'; frontispiece portrait of the author, engraved by James Ross, after a portrait by P. Lely; title page with engraved vignette of 'Butler's Tenement at Strensham, Worcestershire', also engraved by J. Ross. In addition to the portrait frontispiece and the vignette on the title page there is an engraved illustration of ?Butler?s Monument ?" St. Paul?s, Covent Garden?, two full-page engravings and eight engravings after Hogarth at the beginning or end of Cantos. Frontispiece and title page are slightly foxed. Vol. I, Part II, bound separately: [4], [3], 322-678, [2],viii pages; has an additional title page with the same engraved vignette as Part I plus an additional typographical title page where the imprint reads ?London: Printed by T. Rickaby, For Benjamin and John White, Fleet-Street. In addition to the vignette on the title page there are six engravings after Hogarth at the beginning or end of Cantos and an engraving of ?Butler?s Monument Westminster Abbey? at the end of the volume. Title page is minimally foxed and has a small damp mark at its lower foredge corner. Some foxing to pages 567-578 and 633-650 and, more pronounced, between pages 663-676. 'Notes on Hudibras': [4], 237, [1], [4], 239-495, [1], xviii, [2] pages; has an engraved portrait frontispiece. It is divided into two parts, each with a separate title page with an engraved vignette of 'Bevereye'. Pagination and register are continuous in this volume. Minimal foxing to portrait frontispiece and title page. Crisp, clean and tight. Not surprisingly, 34 of the 100 sets of this splendid edition are reported by ESTC as being in institutional libraries. ESTC T144809. In general a set in superb condition, crisp, clean and tight.(Further information and photographs available on request.)

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        Beyträge zur theoretischen und practischen Elektrizitätslehre. Erstes und Zweites Stück in einem Band. Mit 2 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, 2 Titelvignetten, Kopfvignetten u. Zierleisten im Text.

      Stuttgart: Johann Benedict Mezler 1792; 1793 - HLDr. der Zeit mit zwei Rückenschildchen, gemusterte Deckenbezüge und Vorsätze, [7]+2-154; [15]+2-178 Seiten, kl. 8°, Einband etwas berieben und abgegriffen, Kanten und Ecken leicht beschabt, Schildchen mit kleinem Verlust abgeblättert, Vorsatz mit Besitzeranmerkung - jetzt auf rechter Ecken teilweise ausgerissen, Titelblatt des ersten Teils mehrfach gestempelt, stellenweise auch im Text, nicht auf den Tafeln, Anmerkung mit Bleistift auf dem Nachsatz, sonst guter Zustand, selten. Book Language/s: de [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Embothrium Speciosissimum

      Published by J. Sowerby & Co, London 1793 - Hand coloured engraved plate, 235 x 170mm, mounted and in a handsome nineteenth century timber frame. This superb image, 'the most magnificent plant which the prolific soil of New Holland affords is, by common consent both of Europeans and Natives, the Waratah. It is more over a favourite with the latter, upon account of a rich honeyed juice which they sip from its flowers." (Smith)The engraver James Sowerby was a natural historian and artist, he collaborated with James Smith (1759-1828), one of the first botanists to work on the plant specimens sent back to England from the new colony. In 1793 Smith and Sowerby produced the first publication devoted to Australian flora, A Specimen of the Botany of New Holland. This was the first time that the Waratah was described and Edwards gave the species its original binomial name, Embothrium speciosissimum.Interestingly Edwards notes that this engraving was drawn from a coloured drawing made from the wild plant, compared with the very fine dried specimens sent by Mr White.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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