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        ORDENANZA GENERAL DE CORREOS, POSTAS, CAMINOS Y DEMAS RAMOS AGREGADOS A LA SUPERINTENDECIA GENERAL. Junto con "Instrucción y reglamento comunicado. por el duque de Alcudia a la Dirección y Contaduría General de Caminos,

      - Posadas y Portazgos para su gobierno y observancia". Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1794-1795, 16x22, Portada, 222 págs. 13 hojas. y 122 págs. Nombre de época en 1 hoja. Encuadernados en un volumen en plena piel de época con lomera cuajada de hierros dorados, tejuelo y ruedas doradas en los planos y cantos, buena conservación, papel limpio sin manchas ni óxido. (52347).

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        Formularios para los documentos de cuenta y Razón del recibo, cargo consumo u otra salida, reemplazos y entrega de los pertrechos marineros y militares de los Baxeles del Rey del Título II tratado 6 y título III tratado V Iº de las Ordenanzas G / Formularios para los documentos de cuenta y Razon del recibo, cargo consumo u otra salida, reemplazos y entrega de los pertrechos marineros y militares de los Baxeles del Rey del Titulo II tratado 6 y titulo III tratado V Iº de las Ordenanzas G

      - Derecho. Militaria. Armada Viuda de D. Joachin Ibarra. Imprenta Real Madrid 1794 Encuadernación en plena piel, pasta española de época con nervios, dorados y tejuelo, guardas de agua de época. Pequeñas pérdida en parte inferior del lomo, cortes tintados. 30x5x21,5 cm. 6h+123pp y 5h+145pp 37G [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Caption title:] Arrangement of the agricultural surveys, now carrying on under the direction of the Board of Agriculture, and the persons by whom they are respectively undertaken. N.p.

      (London): n.d. (1794). - 4pp. Annotated, up-side down, at the bottom of the last page in Arthur Young's hand, "as finally arranged": unfortunately the top line of the endorsement has been cropped off but it must have read "Agricultural Surveys as finally arranged" or something similar. Disbound. A good copy. L, Du only in ESTC on-line. As early as 1772 in Political Essays Arthur Young had been urging the government to undertake a complete agricultural survey of the whole kingdom, the nature of the soil and of the substratum under it, the nature of various manures, an exact account of all the breeds of cattle, "in a word, of every circumstance concerning rural economy." Ibid p. 161. Shortly after the founding of the Board of Agriculture, of which Sir John Sinclair was president and Arthur Young secretary, a vast survey of the state of farming throughout the country was inaugurated. This is the very rare four-page prospectus or outline of the project, listing the authors assigned to each county or district (including Sinclair himself for the north of Scotland and Young for Suffolk), along with a brief statement about the gathering of information, plans for publication, etc. "As the reports transmitted to the Board, are to be printed, and very generally circulated, in the counties to which they respectively relate, previously to their being published, there is every reason to believe, that no material error can escape observation, and that every useful fact, or valuable idea, existing in the kingdom, on the subject of agriculture, will be brought forward." It is almost certain that, as Secretary, Arthur Young was responsible for drawing up this list and arranging for its publication. Although his endorsement is cropped it remains interesting as revealing a degree of difficulty in arriving at an agreed list and suggesting the need for negotiation and revision whilst it was in the process of being drawn up. In fact, as revealed in Arthur Young's Autobiography, Young's feelings towards Sinclair and his proceedings as to the Agricultural Reports were far from cordial. "I was infinitely disgusted" he wrote "with the inconsiderate manner in which Sir John Sinclair appointed the persons who drew up the original reports, men being employed who scarcely knew the right end of a plough. But the most curious circumstance of effrontery was, that the greater number of the reporters were appointed, and actually travelled upon the business before the first meeting of the board took place, under the most preposterous of all ideas - that of surveying the whole kingdom and printing the Reports in a single year; by which manoeuvre Sir John thought he should establish a great reputation for himself." Autobiography p. 242-3.

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        Obras. Tomo VIII. El Parnaso español, monte en dos cumbres dividido. Parte segunda: Thalía. Musa VI.

      Madrid, en la Imprenta de Sancha, 1794. - 4to.; XIX pp., 561 pp. Encuadernación de época, en piel marbreada con lomera ornada y tejuelo.

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        The Book of Knowledge, treating of the wisdom of the ancients. In four parts. Written by Erra Pater, a Jew, doctor in astronomy and physic, born in Bethany, near Mount Olivet, in Judea. Made English by W. Lilly, student in Physic and astrology. To which is added The Dealer's Directory.

      J. and M. Robertson, Glasgow 1794 - Bound in sixes.168 pages. Woodcut frontis. and other cuts throughout. Disbound, retaining boards. Extensive general browning/staining /foxing. Many page corners turned down. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Trial of Joseph Gerrald .... BOUND WITH - Report of the Trial of Archibald Hamilton Rowan

      Edinburgh / London, 1794. First Edition /First Pub'd. Contemp. half leather. A very good, crisp copy. 8vo., There is a frontis. portrait of Gerrald. Two important political trials. 1] Gerrald was one of the ' Scottish Martyrs ' in the cause of liberty. He was a member of the British Convention of the Delegates of the People. This group met in Edinburgh at the height of the French Terror for the avowed purpose of bringing about annual parliaments and universal suffrage. He was tried for sedition and sentenced to be transported. He died at Botany Bay. 2] The Rowan trial was for libel against the government of England. It first appeared in print as a self published account of his trial in Dublin. Rowan was a leading Irish radical and secretary of the Society of United Irishmen. He escaped jail and fled to France where he befriended Mary Wollstonecraft DNB VII, 1117 -' 18; DNB XVII, 332 - ' 5; Ferguson # 179; Goldsmith's # 16149.

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        Coloured Engravings of Heaths. The drawings taken from living plants only. With the appropriate specific character, full description, native place of growth, and time of flowering of each; in Latin and English. Each figure accompanied by accurate dissections of the several parts (magnified where necessary) upon which the specific distinction has been founded, according to the Linnaean System.

      - London, T. Bensley [vol I], R. Taylor [vols II-IV] for the Author, [1794-] 1802-1809 [-1830]. 4 vols bound in two. Folio (423 x 259 mm). With engraved dedication leaf and 288 hand-coloured engraved plates; vol III without half-title, some occasional minor spotting to prelims and a few text leaves, a fine, clean copy in contemporary speckled calf by J. Clarke, rebacked preserving original spines, gilt edges. First edition, with the rare fourth volume, of Andrews' 'finest achievement . noble in conception and impressive in execution' (Blunt). Andrews drew and engraved all his plates, wrote most of the text and, according to Dunthorne, even did his own colouring. This work exemplifies the 'erica-mania' that dominated English horticulture at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Numerous newly discovered South African species were being introduced through the enterprise of nurserymen like Lee and Kennedy, and several hundred species and varieties were available and in cultivation. This copy contains all the indexes, dedication, address, introduction, dissertation, list of heaths cultivated by Lee and Kennedy at the Vineyard Nursery in Hammersmith, systematical arrangements, etc. In common with other copies seen, the titlepage of volume IV is in fact the title from volume II with the number altered by hand. The work was published in parts, and volume IV appeared over a twenty-year period from 1810 to 1830. Few complete copies survive, and most sets comprise only the first three volumes, with occasionally a fragment of the fourth.Dunthorne 9; Great flower books, p 47; Johnston 674 (vols I-III only); Nissen BBI, 31; Stafleu and Cowan 134. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORY Of The MISSION Of The UNITED BRETHREN AMONG The INDIANS In NORTH AMERICA. In Three Parts. Translated from the German by Christian Ignatius La Trobe

      London:: Printed for the Brethren's Society for the Futherance of the Gospel,. 1794.. 8vo. 8-1/8" x 5-1/4". 1st Edition in English (Field 952; Howes L-474; Sabin 42110). xii, 159, [1 (blank)]; 234; 233, [23] pp. Drop title to Parts II & III. Part III concludes with 21 page index. Last page publisher advert.. Late 19th C. / early 20th C brown half-leather with marbled paper boards [with blue 'Arthur H. Clark Co., Cleveland OH' bookseller ticket to front paste-down].. Minor rubs to binding extremities. Browning to eps. Ffep starting. at bottom 1" [19th C acidic paper, turning brittle]. Period pos of. one Thomas Irvine to top of t.p., of one John Andrews [1799] to title. leaf verso & 1906 pos to ffep. Withal, a respectable VG copy.. Per Sabin, "The labors of this mission lay chiefly among the Delawares, the Nautikokes, the Shawanese, and other tribes in Pennsylvania and New York, upon which it is the best authority, both as to tradition and facts, having been drawn up from the accounts furnished by Gottlieb Spangenberg and David Zeisberger, missionaries among the Indian tribes during forty years. Among the subjects narrated is that of the massacre of Gnadenhutten and Salem."ÊField terms the telling of the massacre the "saddest, most atrocious, most damnable record of human infamy and bloody shame." Further, he notes the omission of the enemies, which occurs in this English edition, as intentional and at the request of Zeisberger, who knew the former foes had since repented.Ê . Fold out map of the United States.

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        Recherches sur les Causes des Principaux Faits Physiques

      One engraved plate & one folding printed table. xvi, 375 pp.; 2 p.l., 412 pp. Two vols. 8vo, cont. half-calf & marbled boards, spines gilt, red & orange leather lettering pieces on spines. Paris: Maradan, Seconde Année de la République [1794]. First edition of the author's first book on chemistry. Lamarck (1744-1829), the noted biologist and evolutionist, had pronounced chemical theories and they were an important part of his ideas about nature and evolution. He was an adversary of Lavoisier's anti-phlogistic theory and proposed the four-element theory (earth, air, water, and fire). Lamarck believed that these four elements "have no attraction for one another but tend to separate unless constrained by force...He proposed a new 'pyrotic theory'."-Partington, III, p. 490. Lamarck attempted to account for a great number of chemical and physical phenomena such as sound, electricity, magnetism, color, and vaporization with his system. "In this work Lamarck sets forth his views on the immutability of species and attacks the theory of the spontaneous origin of life. The book is interesting in the history of chemistry, because Lamarck attacks Lavoisier's anti-phlogistic theory."-Duveen, p. 334. An uncommonly attractive set. ❧ Cole 739. .

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        Recherches sur les causes des principaux faits physiques

      Paris: Maradan, seconde annee..., 1794. 1st edition. Lamarck, Jean Baptiste (1744-1829). Recherches sur les causes des principaux faits physiques. . . . 8vo. 2 vols. xvi, 375; [4], 412pp. Engraved plate by Bovinet after Marechal; printed folding table. Paris: Maradan, seconde annee de la Republique [1794]. 210 x 135 (uncut). Original plain wrappers, hand-lettered paper spine labels, front wrapper of Vol. I detached, spines worn, fore-edges frayed, lower corner of Vol. II back wrapper torn away. Minor foxing and toning, last leaf of Vol. II mended with tape. Italian bookseller's label on front wrapper. First Edition. Lamarck did not make any significant contributions to the science of chemistry, but his chemical theories played an important part in the development of his ideas on the origin of species, as they provided a materialistic definition of life, reproduction and evolution. Lamarck believed that fire was the most important of the four elements, and that its three states: natural, fixed, and a state of expansion (caloric fire)--were central to a great number of chemical and physical phenomena. He also believed that only living beings could produce chemical compounds, with the most complex compounds being produced by those animals with the most highly organized physiological structure; in the absence of life, these compounds would naturally decompose over time into their constituent elements, producing in the process all known inorganic substances. This mineral "chain of being," with continuous degradation from the most complex to the simplest, is similar to Lamarck's later theory of the evolution of species: each stressed the gradual and successive production of forms, while denying the relevance of defined species. Burkhardt, pp. 69-71; 96-103; 264. Duveen, p. 334. Norman 1260.

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        Décrets de la Convention nationale, des 23e & 29e jours de Nivôse, an 2 de la République française, une et indivisible, qui mettent les biens des ci-devant Fermiers généraux sous la main de la Nation.

      - Paris, Imprimerie nationale exécutive du Louvre, an II de la République [1794]. In-4, en cahiers, 11 p., non rogné. Edition originale. Les dispositions historiques par lesquelles sont confisqués les biens des Fermiers-généraux après leur exécution. Lavoisier est cité à trois reprises ainsi que ses beau-père et beau-frère Paulze "père" et "fils". Très bon exemplaire, en cahiers, tel que paru. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Conversion de la Madalena / En que se ponen los tres estados que tuvo, de pecadora, de penitente, i de gracia

      Salvador Fauli, Valencia 1794 - Valencia, Spain: Salvador Fauli, 1794. Full title: La Conversion de la Madalena, en Que se Ponen Los Tres Estados que Tuvo de Pecadora, de Penitente, I de Gracia. The Conversion of the Madalena, with the Three States of Pecadora, Penitent, and Grace. xxxii, 464 pp. In Spanish. Period tree calf, leather spine label lettered in gilt, colorfully marbled endpapers. From the library of Dr. Platon Vallejo, son of General Vallejo and the first native-born Californian to receive a medical degree. Signed by him [presumed] on front pastedown. Gift inscription to him by historian Enrique Cerruti, dated Feb 22, 1875 in Monterey, on ffep. Old newspaper clipping concerning the unveiling of a portrait of General Vallejo accompanies this copy. Covers rubbed, small losses at corners and spine ends, label lacks about 40%; both free endpapers partly attached to flyleaves [as made?], about 1/2 pages lightly dampsoiled. Firmly bound. Closer to Very Good than Good. An extremely scarce volume, even without the dual association status. Top provenance. L-28 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Die Edlen der Vorwelt. Erster und zweiter Teil in zwei Bänden.

      Hamburg, bei Benjamin Gottlieb Hoffmann, 1793-1794 - Mit zwei gestochenen Frontispices. Titel, XIV Seiten, 1 Blatt, 480 Seiten; Titel, 4 Blatt, 496 Seiten. Hübsche blaue Pappbände der Zeit mit zwei farbigen Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe mit dem sehr seltenen, allen folgenden Bibliographien unbekannten zweiten Teil. - Goedeke IV/1, 624, 6 - Holzmann-Bohatta II, 80 - Kosch VIII, 1049 - Kaldewey V, 179. - Der aus Kassel stammende Pädagoge, Publizist und Romanautor Georg Christoph Kellner (1765-1808) verfasste u.a. empfindsame Romane, historische Abhandlungen und musiktheoretische Schriften. "Getragen von aufklärerischen Impetus u. klass. Bildungsidealen, schrieb K. philosophische Abhandlungen in belletristischer Form: so die Novelle 'Molly und Urania' (Mannh. 1790), den Roman 'Charidion' (2 Bde., Mannh. 1793) u., in stilistischer Anlehnung an Helferich Peter Sturz u. Moritz, die histor. Studien 'Die Edlen der Vorwelt' (Hbg. 1793) u. 'Athen von seiner Gründung bis auf unsere Zeiten' (Zürich 1797) u. 'Edle Griechen in den Revolutionszeiten des alten Syrakus' (2 Bde., Elberfeld 1800)" (Killy VI, 277). - Auch Killy kennt, wie die anderen Bibliographien, den hier vorliegenden zweiten Teil nicht. Über KVK ist dieser nur in drei deutschen Bibliotheken nachweisbar (Staatsbibliothek Hamburg und Göttingen sowie Stadtbibliothek Trier). - Kanten berieben, Ecken etwas bestoßen, wenige Blatt etwas stärker gebräunt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nuevo método para curar flatos, hipocondría, vapores y ataques hystéricos de las mugeres de todos estados y en todo estado, con el qual los enfermos podrán por sí cuidar de su salud en falta de Médico que les dirija. Extractado y traducido por el DR. D. Joseph Alsinet, medico de Familia de S.M. y Jubilado del Real Sitio de Arangjuez.

      con licencia en Madrid. por Don Placido Barco Lopez, Madrid 1794 - [Medicina](cm. 15) Pieno vitello, decorazioni in oro e tassello rosso al dorso. Segnapagina in seta verde. -cc.11nn., pp.numerate da 7 a 388, cc. 2nn. E'la traduzione spagnola, con aggiunta di casi addizionali, eseguita da Josè Alsinet de Cortada sulll'opera "Traitè des affection vaporeuses" di Pomme Pierre( 1735-1812), apparsa nel 1763. L'autore tratta dei metodi per curare flatulenza, ipocondria, vapori ed attacchi isterici delle donne, e di come prendersi cura della propria salute in assenza del medico. ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA]
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        Lettera di Francesco Piranesi al Signor Generale D. Giovanni Acton.

      S.n.t 1794 - With: Sommario ed estratti di documenti i di cui originali esistono nelle mani del Governo Svedese. With: Fatto storico della carcerazione di Vincenzo Mori seguita in Napoli il dì 13. Febraro, 1794. In 8vo; pp. 71, XXXI, 13. Original boards. First edition. Melzi, Anonimi, II, 345; Parenti, Diz. dei luoghi di stampa falsi, inventati o supposti, pag. 236:"Questi opuscoli dovrebbero essere tutti compilati da Vincenzo Monti, su materiali a lui forniti da Francesco Piranesi, console di Svezia a Napoli, il quale li fece stampare nella propria casa in Napoli". Rara edizione originale di questa accorata lettera indirizzata a Giovanni Acton, ministro borbonico, scritta a difesa delle infamanti accuse portate a Piranesi a seguito di un grave incidente diplomatico tra il Regno di Svezia e la corte di Napoli. Ugo Foscolo nel 1798 affermo' fosse Vincenzo Monti l'autore della missiva, lodandolo per aver denuciato la corruzione nel regno borbonico. La lettera fu stampata in pochissime copie, sequestrata e distrutta dalle guardie del Re di Napoli. 5 immagini allegate. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Histoire philosophique et politique des etablissements et du commerce des Europeens dans les deux (10 volume set)

      Berry, 3e annee de l'ere re?publicaine 1794 - 10 volume set. Engraved Frontispieces. 8vo. (20 cm) Aquamarine boards. Very good bindings. Covers generally very good, with a few minor scuffs. Clean, unmarked pages. A quality set. This edition was printed during the Revolutionary period. Better known as d?Histoire des deux Indes, Raynal?s work was extremely influential in late 18th century enlightenment thought. Raynal covered the history of European companies in eastern India and the New World, showing the influence of the great geographical discoveries of civilization. The Histoire covered the Portuguese colonies in the East, as well as the British, French, Spanish and the Dutch colonies. Raynal discusses the European conquest of America, highlighting the atrocities of the slave trade on the coast of Guinea and the British and French colonies in North America. The Historie also contains a series of essays on religion, politics, war, trade, moral philosophy, etc. (Most of the philosophy being the work of Diderot.) In the third edition, which was banned by Louis XVI?s regime for its depiction of Hispaniola, Raynal proclaims his intent "To advocate humanity, truth, freedom!" Napoleon was said to have a disciple of Raynal, and took L?Histoire with him during his Egyptian campaigns. L?Histoire des deux Indes est cependant consideree a l?heure actuelle comme l?encyclopedie du monde colonial et la bible de l?anticolonialisme a l?age des Lumieres. On la cite parmi les ouvrages qu?a pu lire Toussaint Louverture. (Gustave Vapereau, Universal Dictionary of Literature, Paris, Hachette, 1876, p. 496.) Contents: T. 1: Livre 1, Decouvertes, guerres, conquetes des Portugais dans les Indes orientales. --Livre 2, Etablissemens, guerres, politique et commerce des Hollandois dans les Indes orientales. --T. 2: Livre 3, Etablissemens, commerce et conquetes des Anglois dans les Indes occidentales. --Livre 4, Voyages, etablissemens, guerres et commerce des Franc?ois dans les Indes occidentales. --T. 3: Livre 5, Commerce du Danemarck, d'Ostende, de la Suede, de la Prusse, de l'Espagne, de la Russie aux Indes Orientales. Questions importantes sur les liaisons de l'Europe avec les Indes. --Livre 6, Decouverte de l'Amerique. Conquete du Mexique. Etablissemens espagnols dans cette partie du Nouveau-Monde. --T. 4: Livre 7, Conquetes du Perou par les Espagnols. Changemens arrives dans cet empire, depuis qu'il a change de domination. --Livre 8, Conquetes du Chili et du Paraguay par les Espagnols. Details des evevemens qui ont accompagne et suivi l'invasion. Principes sur lesquels cette puissance conduit ses colonies. --T. 5: Livre 9, Etablissemens des Portugais dans le Bresil. Guerres qu'ils y ont soutenues. Productions et richesses de cette colonie. --Livre 10, Etablissemens des nations europeennes dans le grand Archipel de l'Amerique. --T. 6: Livre 11, Les Europeens vont acheter en Afrique des cultivateurs pour les Antilles. Maniere dont se fait ce commerce. Productions dues aux travaux des esclaves. --Livre 12, Etablissemens des Espagnols, des Hollandois et des Danois, dans les isles de l'Amerique. --T. 7: Livre 13, Etablissemens des Franc?ois dans les isles de l'Amerique. --Livre 14, Etablissemens des Anglois dans les isles de l'Amerique. --T. 8: Livre 15, Etablissemens des Franc?ois dans l'Amerique septentrionale. Sur quelle base portoit l'espoir de leur prosperite ? Que produisirent ces combinaisons ? --Livre 16, Un nouvel ordre des choses s'etablit dans les colonies franc?oises de l'Amerique septentrionale. A quoi aboutissent ces nouvelles combinaisons. --Livre 17, Colonies angloises de la baie d'Hudson, du Canada, de l'isle Saint-Jean, de Terre-Neuve, de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, de la Nouvelle-Angleterre, de la Nouvelle-York, de la Nouvelle-Jersey. --T. 9: Livre 18, Colonies angloises fondees dans la Pensilvanie, dans le Maryland, dans la Virginie, dans la Caroline, dans la Georgie et dans la Floride. Considerations generales sur tous ces etablissemens. --T. 10: Livre 19, Religion ; Gouvernement ; Pol [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA, EAST AND WEST FLORIDA, THE CHEROKEE COUNTRY, THE EXTENSIVE TERRITORIES OF THE MUSCOGULGES OR CREEK CONFEDERACY, AND THE COUNTRY OF THE CHACTAWS [sic].

      London. 1794. - xxiv,520pp. plus eight plates (one folding) including portrait, plus folding map, [6]pp. index, and leaf of binding directions. Later three- quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, raised bands, gilt morocco label. Light rubbing to spine and boards. Very light occasional foxing. Titlepage backed and upper half-inch of titlepage repaired, not affecting text. Overall, very good. Styled the "Second Edition in London" on the titlepage. One of the classic accounts of southern natural history and exploration, with much material on the southern Indian tribes. For the period, Bartram's work is unrivaled. ".[He] wrote with all the enthusiasm and interest with which the fervent old Spanish friars and missionaries narrated the wonders of the new found world.he neglected nothing which would add to the common stock of human knowledge" - Field. "Unequalled for the vivid picturesqueness of its descriptions of nature, scenery, and productions" - Sabin. The folding map shows the eastern coast of Florida, from the River St. John to near Cape Canaveral. Chapter VI is entitled "Language and Manners [of the Muscogulges and Cherokees]." A handsome copy in contemporary condition. CLARK I:197. HOWES B223, "aa." PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 305. SERVIES 696. SABIN 3870. VAIL 852. FIELD 94.

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        Atlas Volume] Voyages du Professeur Pallas, dans Plusieurs Provinces de L'Empire de Russie, et dans L'Asie Septentrionale. Nouvelle Edition. Tome Neuvieme, (Planches.)

      Paris, Maradan, [1794] - Large quarto. Bound in contemporary full red morocco, two green labels, titles and decoration to spine gilt, all edges gilt, green endpapers. Bumped at the edges, slightly edge-worn. 98 engraved full and double page plates, 11 full page and fold out. This was based on Pallas's second trip to the South of Russia during the years 1793 and 1794 and included observations on antiquities, towns, costumes, landscapes, views, maps and is less focused on natural history than the first voyage.

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        Recherches sur les Causes des Principaux Faits Physiques.

      - One engraved plate & one folding printed table. xvi, 375 pp.; 2 p.l., 412 pp. Two vols. 8vo, cont. half-calf & marbled boards, spines gilt, red & orange leather lettering pieces on spines. Paris: Maradan, Seconde Année de la République [1794].First edition of the author’s first book on chemistry. Lamarck (1744-1829), the noted biologist and evolutionist, had pronounced chemical theories and they were an important part of his ideas about nature and evolution. He was an adversary of Lavoisier’s anti-phlogistic theory and proposed the four-element theory (earth, air, water, and fire). Lamarck believed that these four elements "have no attraction for one another but tend to separate unless constrained by force He proposed a new ‘pyrotic theory’."–Partington, III, p. 490. Lamarck attempted to account for a great number of chemical and physical phenomena such as sound, electricity, magnetism, color, and vaporization with his system. "In this work Lamarck sets forth his views on the immutability of species and attacks the theory of the spontaneous origin of life. The book is interesting in the history of chemistry, because Lamarck attacks Lavoisier’s anti-phlogistic theory."–Duveen, p. 334. An uncommonly attractive set. ? Cole 739. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyages du Professeur Pallas, dans Plusieurs Provinces de L'Empire de Russie, et dans L'Asie Septentrionale.

      Chez Maradan 1794 - - Chez Maradan, A Paris 1794 (An II), Grd. in 4 (25x33cm), relié. - Atlas seul constituant le tome neuvième des voyages de Pallas, composé de 4 grandes planches dépliantes (dont la grande carte générale de l'empire de Russie), et 104 planches dont plusieurs dépliantes contenant la flore (67 planches), la faune, l'archéologie et quelques cartes à double page, soit 108 planches. Reliure à la bradel en plein cartonnage, pièce de titre encollée sur le dos, reliure moderne. Une auréole jaune sur 10 planches allant s'estompant, dans les marges au milieu, en début d'ouvrage, sur les planches de la faune. Pallas, naturaliste et explorateur allemand, se voit proposer, par l'Académie des sciences de Saint-Pétersbourg, la conduite de l'une des grandes expéditions scientifiques envoyées, à l'initiative de Catherine II, explorer l'Empire russe dont bien des parties sont encore mal connues. Cet atlas résume les découvertes de Pallas dans le sud de la Russie. L'ensemble des voyages qu'il fit dans l'immense empire russe ont fait progresser les sciences dans de nombreux domaines (la paléontologie, la géographie, la géologie, l'ethnographie et la linguistique. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches sur les causes des principaux faits physiques. . . .

      Maradan, seconde annee., Paris 1794 - Lamarck, Jean Baptiste (1744-1829). Recherches sur les causes des principaux faits physiques. . . . 8vo. 2 vols. xvi, 375; [4], 412pp. Engraved plate by Bovinet after Marechal; printed folding table. Paris: Maradan, seconde annee de la Republique [1794]. 210 x 135 (uncut). Original plain wrappers, hand-lettered paper spine labels, front wrapper of Vol. I detached, spines worn, fore-edges frayed, lower corner of Vol. II back wrapper torn away. Minor foxing and toning, last leaf of Vol. II mended with tape. Italian bookseller's label on front wrapper. First Edition. Lamarck did not make any significant contributions to the science of chemistry, but his chemical theories played an important part in the development of his ideas on the origin of species, as they provided a materialistic definition of life, reproduction and evolution. Lamarck believed that fire was the most important of the four elements, and that its three states: natural, fixed, and a state of expansion (caloric fire)--were central to a great number of chemical and physical phenomena. He also believed that only living beings could produce chemical compounds, with the most complex compounds being produced by those animals with the most highly organized physiological structure; in the absence of life, these compounds would naturally decompose over time into their constituent elements, producing in the process all known inorganic substances. This mineral "chain of being," with continuous degradation from the most complex to the simplest, is similar to Lamarck's later theory of the evolution of species: each stressed the gradual and successive production of forms, while denying the relevance of defined species. Burkhardt, pp. 69-71; 96-103; 264. Duveen, p. 334. Norman 1260. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        VOYAGES DU PROFESSEUR PALLAS, DANS PLUSIEURS PROVINCES DE L'EMPIRE DE RUSSIE ET DANS L'ASIE SEPTENTRIONALE

      0 - Traduits de l'allemand par le C. Gauthier de la Peyronie. Paris. Chez (Imp.) Maradan. 1794. Nouvelle Édition, revue et enrichie de notes par le CC. Lamaeck / Langlés. 8 tomos. 20x13 cm. T. I, XL + 422 págs. * T. II, 490 págs. * T. III, 492 págs. * T. IV, 499 págs. * T. V, 448 págs. * T. VI, 455 págs. * T. VII, 448 págs. * T. VIII, VIII + 463 págs. Plena piel época, nervios, tejuelos, lomo con hierros, planos con filetes, cortes tintados, Cintas de seda, guardas al agua. Falto del tomo de láminas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chart of the N.W. Coast of America and the N.E. Coast of Asia Explored in the Years 1778 and 1779

      W. Faden, London 1794 - An important map of the North West. Published by William Faden as part of his post revolutionary atlas of North America. The map covers from the west coast to Hudsons Bay to Washington state in the south. There is a detailed path of the Captain Cooks voyage is also deliniated., Size : 430x710 (mm), 16.875x27.875 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring, 0

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        Bulletin des Lois de la République Française. No.’s 26, 53, 58, 63, 64, 66, 74, 75, 81 [2 copies], 82, 99, 105, 106, 120, 123, 131, [IIIe series] 198, 208, 217.

      -5 1802 1794 - Twenty unbound pamphlets, 8vo, most of 8 pp (i.e. an unopened single folded sheet), but with two of 4 pp, one of 12 pp and the last four containing 16 pp, a couple with marginal browning or damp staining, no. 208 with the last leaf almost detached, otherwise a well preserved collection. Dating from 3 Thermidor in the second year of the revolution to 14 Fructidor in the tenth (17 dated either 1794 or 1795 and only the last 3 dating from 1802), the many Laws passed by the Convention listed in these pamphlets include those for paying the police force, military pensions, regulating inheritance and suppressing the Monasteries.The Laws are also numbered separately to the pamphlets - 120-1, 281, 311-7, 340-7, 354-9, 391-401, 422-33, 512-6, 541-558, 634-9, 649-51, 709-12, 1746-64, 1901-21, 1989-93.

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        Instruction abrégée sur les Mesures déduites de la grandeur de la Terre, uniformes pour toute la République, et sur les Calculs relatifs à leur division décimale. Edition originale.

      De l'Imprimerie Nationale Exécutive du Louvres 1794 - Instruction abrégée sur les Mesures déduites de la grandeur de la Terre, uniformes pour toute la République, et sur les Calculs relatifs à leur division décimale. Edition originale. Par la Commission temporaire des Poids & Mesures républicaines, en exécution des Décrets de la Convention Nationale, Edition Originale, 1 vol. in-8 br. sous couv. d'attente d'époque, De l'Imprimerie Nationale Exécutive du Louvres, Paris, An IIe de la République [ 1794 ], 1 f. blanc, xiv-147 pp., 14 ff. (tables) et 1 f. blanc Edition Originale. Bon état (qq. mouill. marginales, un accroc sans manque à un f. n'affectant pas le texte, discret cachet en couv.). Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Rationis medendi in nosocomio practico Vindobonensi. Pars prima [-septima].

      Wien, Christian Friedrich Wappler, 1794 [Bd. 1 u. 2] bzw. Rudolf Gräffer 1789-90 [Bd. 3-5]. u. J. P. Krauss 1790 [Bd. 6 u. 7]. - 7 Bde. XXII, 279, (1) SS. XVI, 375, (1) SS. (16), 488 SS. (16), 528 SS. (2), 500, (52) SS. (8), 500, (4) SS. 362, (68) SS. Mit gest. Frontispiz u. zusammen 7 gestochenen Titeln. Zeitgenössische Pappbände mit Rückenschildchen. 8vo. Vorliegend die komplette Reihe des Hauptwerks eines "der hervorragendsten Repräsentanten der älteren Wiener Schule" (Hirsch/H. V, 441). Komplett mit den von Josef Eyerel bereits posthum herausgegeben Bänden selten, selbst das Wiener Josephinum besitzt keine uniform gebundene Reihe der "Heilungsmethode im praktischen Krankenhause zu Wien". Die ersten beiden Bände in zweiter Auflage, die übrigen alle in erster Ausgabe. - Stoll (1742-87) referiert hier in der Form jährlicher Erfahrungsberichte über die Behandlungsmethoden am gerade erst gegründeten Wiener AKH; das Gesamtwerk durch mehrere ausführliche Register erschlossen. Der Verfasser galt damals als "hervorragendster Kliniker auf deutschem Boden, zu dem wissbegierige Mediziner von nah und fern strebten, um dann die Wiener Einrichtungen nachzuahmen" (Schönbauer, Das medizinische Wien, 153). - Die schlichten blauen Pappbände etwas berieben u. bestoßen, innen papierbedingt nur minimal gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Lesky 2172 (Bde. 1 u. 2), 2171 (Bde. 4-7) u. 2170 (Bd. 3). Blake 435. Garrison/M. 1964. Engelmann (Bibliotheca medica) 560. Osler 4038. Waller 9288 (letztere nur. Bde. 1-3). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ESSAI SUR LA POLITIQUE ET LA LÉGISLATION DES ROMAINS, traduit de l’italien

      Paris H.J. Jansen et Comp. An III (1794) - , in-12, pl. veau blond moucheté, dos lisse orné, plats encadrés de filets dorés, filet doré sur les coupes, tr. jaunes, (pc. de tit. absente, petit trou de vers au dos, manque à la coupe, une garde déboîtée), XII-396 p.

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        LA GERUSALEMME LIBERATA DI TORQUATO TASSO.

      PARMA, NEL REGAL PALAZZO - CO' TIPI BODONIANI, 1794 - Elegante legatura coeva in pelle color avana spruzzata, con inserimento a mosaico di una bordura in pelle verde scuro ai piatti, recante fregio vegetale stilizzato sugli angoli e delimitata da riquadri di filetti e denti di topo; dorso a 6 nervi rilevati, evidenziati da fregi trasversali a rotella, decorato alle caselle con fiorone tra fasci di filetti, recante in testa due tasselli, il superiore rosso con autore e titolo, l'inferiore nero con numero di tomo e dati di tipografia; dentelle esterne e interne a rotella, il tutto impresso in oro; tagli dorati. (18) - 331; (2) - 337 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio di ciascun volume. Testo in lingua italiana; carattere prevalentemente tondo, con versi di dedica dell'edizione e argomento di ciascun canto in corsivo. L'opera, pregevolmente rilegata, è uno dei capolavori tipografici di Giovan Battista Bodoni, nato a Saluzzo nel 1740, attivo a Parma per lunghi anni e qui morto nel 1813. Bodoni impresse, con i caratteri da lui disegnati, due edizioni del poema tassiano nel 1794, entrambe con dedica a stampa a Carlo IV di Borbone re di Spagna: un'edizione venne realizzata in tre volumi in-folio mezzano, con due sole ottave per pagina; l'edizione in esame, invece, detta "di Napoli", reca tre ottave per facciata, e fu impressa in soli 130 esemplari, di cui 100 con il nome a stampa di uno egli associati sul foglio iniziale di ciascun tomo. Nel 1807, sempre a Parma per i Tipi Bodoniani, uscì una terza impressione del poema. Il tomo I reca, dopo il frontespizio, un'epigrafe dedicatoria dello stampatore a Carlo IV di Borbone su una facciata, cui seguono una poesia in endecasillabi sciolti composta dal conte Gastone Rezzonico della Torre e dedicata allo stesso sovrano, nonché una premessa in prosa di Bodoni al lettore. La cura testuale del poema eroico è opera di Pierantonio Serassi, che dichiarò di essersi basato su annotazioni autografe del Tasso nonché sulle edizioni della Gerusalemme impresse a Parma nel 1581 e a Mantova nel 1584. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo; alcune contenute, superficiali abrasioni alla legatura; interno fresco e marginoso. Cfr. BROOKS H. C., "Compendiosa bibliografia di edizioni bodoniane", Firenze 1927, num. 563; GAMBA B., "Serie dei testi di lingua [.]", Venezia 1839, num. 949.

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        TO THE CITIZENS OF BALTIMORE-TOWN [caption title].

      [Baltimore: Printed by James Angell & Paul J. Sullivan, ]. 1794 - Broadside, 11 1/2 x 7 inches. Early ink note on verso: "Mr. Thornton." Old folds. Small separation at one crossfold, affecting two letters of text. Unevenly trimmed around the text. Very good. A very rare Federal-era broadside - only the second located copy - printing the text of an open letter from Judge Samuel Chase to the citizens of Baltimore in the wake of a riot in 1794. Chase, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and a future Supreme Court Justice, defends his actions in detaining the leaders of the mob, and appeals to the citizens of Baltimore to value order and government over their destructive passions. The occasion for the uprising was Congress' declaration of a thirty-day embargo on foreign trade, issued in March 1794. A local shipmaster, Capt. Ramsdell, expressed his displeasure at the end of the embargo, and he and another man, named Stenton (described in the broadside as an "American pirate"), were attacked by a mob. Among the leaders of the mob was Capt. David Stodder, the owner of a local shipyard, and Capt. William Reeves. The mob set upon Ramsdell and Stenton at Fells Point and tarred and feathered them. Chase, who at the time was chief justice of the District Criminal Court in Baltimore and chief justice of the Maryland General Court, ordered that Stodder and Reeves, as the ringleaders, be held in custody pending charges unless they could offer up bail. Stodder and Reeves refused to post bail, and their supporters threatened to tear down the jail and to raze Chase's home. After giving them a day to cool down, the prisoners agreed to post bail and the tense situation abated. In the present broadside Chase describes and justifies his actions, making an eloquent case for the rule of law over the mentality of the mob. He lays out the details of the events, explains his actions in detail, and describes the threats made against him, his family and property, and against public order. Chase concludes by stating that he is doing his duty as a judge and following the oath of his office, and that he is not appealing to the citizens of Baltimore to protect himself, "but that you may determine whether you ought to suffer an outrage to your laws, so fatal to the prosperity of this town, so destructive of all order, and so subversive of your government." This broadside is without an imprint, and the identity of the printers is based on the attribution by Evans. Evans, NAIP, and Minick all locate only a single copy, at the Maryland Historical Society. Rare and quite interesting for the history of law and civic culture in the early American Republic. EVANS 26762. NAIP w000729. MINICK 159. Francis F. Beirne, THE AMIABLE BALTIMOREANS (New York, 1951), pp.144-45.

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        La Gerusalemme Liberata di Torquato Tasso [Jerusalem Delivered].

      Parma: Nel Regal Palazzo, Co' Tipi Bodoniani and 1807. 1794 - Demy 4to., measuring 220 x 286 mm. 2 vols. Vol. 1 is the second printing of 1807, (virtually identical to first edition of 1794) Vol. 2 is the first edition thus, published in 1794. Printed by Bodoni. There was also an imperial quarto edition which is often erroneously catalogued as a folio. Text in Italian. Both volumes were contemporaneously bound in identical half-leather with marbled boards, endpapers and edges. Both bear book plates on f.e.p. for John Walbanke Childers. Following title page in Vol. 1 is a dedication page which bears the text, "All' augustissimo cattolico monarca delle Spagne Carlo IV di Borbone imperadore delle Indie, ec.; Giambatista Bodoni suo tipographo di camera." Both volumes are in good condition, with rubbed covers and edges, spines are missing pieces of leather exposing various layers underneath, binding tight and sturdy, interior clean with some light foxing throughout. First Published in 1581, Tasso's (1544-95) verse epic on the 11th-century First Crusade and the love of Tancred and Clorinda is one the masterpieces of Italian literature. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE MYSTERIES OF UDOLPHO

      G.G. & J Robinson 1794 - First edition. Four volumes, bound in recent quarter cloth with gilt titles to spine. All half titles present. A fine set, uncut and unpressed, whose only internal flaws are a marginal repair to B1 in vol. I, and a marginal chip to E1 and tear with no loss to T1 in vol IV. Text generally fresh and clean with a light stain to the early pages of vol II. The author's fourth book and generally regarded as the seminal Gothic novel. Although preceded and influenced by Walpole's The Castle of Otranto and Leyland's Longsword, The Mysteries of Udolpho contributed most significantly in establishing the Gothic genre. "Mrs. Radcliffe's novels will always retain in English literature the important position due to the founder of a school who was also its most eminent representative." (DNB) 'Radcliffean fiction' became a sub-genre of its own and it was reading Udolpho that inspired Mathew Lewis to write The Monk which in turn influenced a host of other gothics. Indeed, direct influence of this book can be seen in Austen's Northanger Abbey (a parody of Udolpho in which the book is mentioned); Bronte's Jane Eyre; Scott's Waverley; Dickens' Little Dorrit; Collins' Woman in White and Du Maurier's Rebecca. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opere.

      presso Antonio Curti (poi Stamperia Pepoliana),, Venezia, 1794 - Diciotto volumi di cm., 11,5, pp.100 ca. ciascuno. Frontespizi interamente incisi in rame. Legatura strettamente coeva in mezza pelle e piatti in carta marmorizzata. Tagli dorati. Ciascun volume preservato in custodia in cart. rigido dipinto. Esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta dei primi 18 volumi di questa non comune edizione delle opere del Metastasio in piccolo formato e nel presente esemplare impreziositi dalla particolarità di essere conservati in una piacevole legatura coeva protetta dalle affascinanti custodie. La presente edizione proseguì fino al volume 27. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A New and Correct Map of the British Colonies in North America.with the Adjacent States of new England, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

      London, 1794. AN EXCEPTIONAL MAP OF THE BRITISH COLONIES OF NORTH AMERICA DATING JUST AFTER THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Very fine engraved map with exceptional hand coloring Paper size approx: 24" x 31" May 12, 1794 Laurie & Whittle was one of the foremost British cartographic firms of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. As the successors to Sayer & Bennett, who published Thomas Jeffrey's groundbreaking "American Atlas," Laurie & Whittle became heirs to a legacy of international cartographic excellence and predominance. This handsome map shows the British Colonies in North America and the northeastern United States from Maryland to Maine, just eleven years after the end of the Revolutionary War. Careful attention is given to detail and accuracy. Topographical features are well noted and Indian tribes, towns, villages, cities and water routes are located throughout. The contrasting colors denote national and state boundaries. The map is full of additional notes of interest such as Ancient Indian Lands, cautionary notes for ships, travel routes, and in New York ".Beaver Hunting Countries of the Six Nations is not yet surveyed". . In remarkably good condition, this large-scale map displays the fineness of engraving, meticulous coloring, and geographical accuracy for which Laurie & Whittle was acclaimed.. Book.

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        VARIAE RESOLUTIONES JURIS CIVILIS, COMMUNIS, ET REGII. TOMIS TRIBUS DISTINCTAE. EDITIO NOVISSIMA

      Typis Viduae et Filii Petri Marin. Pedro Marin 1794 - Madrid, Pedro Marín, 1794. Plena piel de época, 3 volúmenes en 2 tomos. 881 + 372 p. Excelente estado de conservación. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [WoO 67] Variations a quatre Mains pour le Piano Forte sur un Theme de Monsieur le Comte de Waldstein.

      Bonn Simrock [PN 15] [August-September 1794]. Oblong folio. Disbound. [i] (title), 2-19, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Titling within decorative border. Price: "Prix [erased]." With "a Amsterdam, chez L. Schmitt, das le Warmoesstraat. prix [f 1-5]" overpaste. Slightly soiled; several pages trimmed, not affecting notation; one leaf creased. "No. 2" in early manuscript of upper outer corner of title.. Rare. First Edition. Kinsky p. 516. Dorfmüller p. 151. Hoboken 3, 621. Hirsch IV, 428. According to Kinsky, this is the sixth earliest publication of Beethoven's works.

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        Allgemeines Landrecht für die Preussischen Staaten in vier Bänden – zweyte Auflage 1794 - Band 1: 1064 Seiten, mit einem Front-Küpfer Justitia mit der Waage darstellend von B. Rode – Band 2: 695 Seiten, - Band 3: Seiten, 699 bis 1400 – Band 4: Register zum allgemeinen Gesetzbuch für die preussischen Staaten 428 Seiten, und 4 Seiten Druckfehlerverzeichnis -

      bey Georg Jacob Decker & Sohn königl. Geh. Oberhofdruckern - Berlin 1794 - vier Bände ( alles ) Band 1 – 3 Gesetzessammlung 2. Auflage, Rückentitel : Allgemeines Landrecht - die erste Auflage von 1792 wurde vom König eingezogen und revidiert und ist als 2. Auflage 1794 erschienen und erlangte im Juni 1794 Gesetzeskraft, ist also die eigentliche Erstauflage, der vierte Band Register – selten – ist 1792 erschienen mit dem Titel der eingezogenen Erstauflage: Allgemeines Gesetzbuch für die preussischen Staaten, hat aber den geprägten Rückentitel: Register zum Landrecht – so komplett sehr selten ( Vitrine ), jpg verfügbar / jpg available / jpg possible

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        Allgemeines Landrecht für die Preussischen Staaten in vier Bänden - zweyte Auflage 1794 - Band 1: 1064 Seiten, mit einem Front-Küpfer Justitia mit der Waage darstellend von B. Rode - Band 2: 695 Seiten, - Band 3: Seiten, 699 bis 1400 - Band 4: Register zum allgemeinen Gesetzbuch für die preussischen Staaten 428 Seiten, und 4 Seiten Druckfehlerverzeichnis -

      Berlin bey Georg Jacob Decker & Sohn königl. Geh. Oberhofdruckern - 1794. vier Bände ( alles ) Band 1 - 3 Gesetzessammlung 2. Auflage, Rückentitel : Allgemeines Landrecht - die erste Auflage von 1792 wurde vom König eingezogen und revidiert und ist als 2. Auflage 1794 erschienen und erlangte im Juni 1794 Gesetzeskraft, ist also die eigentliche Erstauflage, der vierte Band Register - selten - ist 1792 erschienen mit dem Titel der eingezogenen Erstauflage: Allgemeines Gesetzbuch für die preussischen Staaten, hat aber den geprägten Rückentitel: Register zum Landrecht - so komplett sehr selten ( Vitrine ). *JPG-Bild verfügbar / JPG available / JPG possible

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        The Mysteries of Udolpho, a Romance;

      London: printed for G. G. and J. Robinson,, 1794. Interspersed with some pieces of poetry. 4 volumes, duodecimo (180 × 100 mm). Contemporary tree calf, spines gilt-ruled in compartments with a green morocco title label to each. Housed in a morocco-backed bookform slipcase. Half title in each volume. Ownership inscription and hand-coloured bookplate to each volume. Rebacked with the original spines laid down, superficial cracks and creases running down spines, corners only very slightly rubbed, internally clean but for some occasional faint spotting, very good condition. First edition of one of the founding texts of Gothic literature, the fourth and most popular novel by Ann Radcliffe (1764-1823), pioneer of the Gothic novel. Through The Mysteries of Udolpho, Radcliffe is particularly responsible for popularising the "haunted castle" Gothic trope, Udolpho being directly parodied in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, and influencing many other, later books such as Wilkie Collins' Woman in White. Even into the 20th century, the atmosphere of Udolpho lingered to haunt books such as Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca. Radcliffe is particularly notable for helping the Gothic novel attain public palatability by concluding each book's bout of supernatural terrors with a rational explanation (the format followed by each episode of Scoobie Doo is, of course, Radcliffe's); intriguingly, though Monk Lewis was directly inspired to write his infamous The Monk by reading The Mysteries of Udolpho, Radcliffe thought that the sheer and inconsolable "horror" evoked in The Monk, and in much consequent Gothic fiction, was an unwelcome departure from the more salubrious "terror" effected in her own works, a distinction she made explicitly in her posthumously published essay "On The Supernatural in Poetry": "Terror and Horror are so far opposite, that the first expands the soul, and awakens the faculties to a high degree of life; the other contracts, freezes, and nearly annihilates them". In this way, Udolpho came to be seen as the original archetype of "terror Gothic", as opposed to The Monk's "horror Gothic". A very attractively presented copy, in a contemporary binding with all the half title present, of a scarce and influential book.

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        A Journal of the Travels and Sufferings of Daniel Saunders Jun

      Salem: Thomas C. Cushing,, 1794. A Mariner on Board the Ship Commerce of Boston, Samuel Johnson, Commander, which was cast away near Cape Morebet, on the Coast of Arabia, July 10, 1792. Duodecimo (151 × 91 mm). Contemporary sheep, no label. Somewhat rubbed, restoration to spine and joints, lacks front free endpaper, marginal tan-burn to the first and last few leaves as often, some consequent brittleness and chipping, no loss of text, contents otherwise lightly browned and with sporadic spotting, remains about very good. First edition. Saunders was second mate on board the Grand Sachem out of Salem on a voyage to the Cape of Good Hope in 1791. He received a discharge from that vessel's captain at Mauritius and transferred to the ship Commerce as an able seaman. "A combination of bad weather and poor navigation resulted in the Commerce being grounded of the Dhofar coast … Twenty-seven of the crew … succeeded in getting ashore, and commenced a very strenuous journey overland to Muscat. The journey took 51 days, and when the group arrived in Muscat there were only eight survivors. Daniel Saunders wrote an account of the ordeal … his book contains information on the manners and customs of the local Arabs … It is both the first published account of an extended journey through part of Oman by Europeans, and the first American account of first-hand experience in Arabia. Saunders returned to the United States in 1793, and continued life as a mariner. He died in Salem in 1825" (New Arabian Studies, 2, [1994], p.20). There is a fifteen-page Appendix containing a general description of the Arabian Peninsula.

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        Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books

      London: Printed for J. and H. Richter, 1794 Two volumes. Illustrated with twelve engraved plates, one engraved frontispiece and twelve engraved vignettes. First edition thus, limited "subscription only" edition. Finely bound in contemporary full black straight-grained morocco, with four raised bands to the spines, spine bands decoratively stamped in gilt and ruled in blind, spine compartments decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt, decorative borders to the boards in gilt and blind, all edges gilt, board edges tooled in gilt, gilt turn-ins. Very good, with some wear and rubbing to the extremities, spines rebacked, minor chip to spine of Volume I, a few minor scuffs to the otherwise clean boards, discreet hinge repairs to Volume I, former owner's bookplates to the front pastedowns, some minor spotting to the first and last pages of text, a faint hint of spotting to the plates, light offsetting to the pages adjacent to the plates, small tear to a front fly leaf in Volume II, otherwise bright and clean interior. Overall, a pleasing copy of Milton's epic poem in an attractive binding. This copy of Paradise Lost was published by Henry James Richter and John Augustus Richter for a select group of private subscribers. In addition to publishing this volume, Henry created the illustrations for this edition and John engraved the plates after his brother's designs. Additionally, Volume I of this set contains a portrait frontispiece, engraved by Henry Richter after a 1670 original by William Faithorne. Paradise Lost is a blank-verse poem that relates the story of Adam and Eve's expulsion from the idyllic Garden of Eden. Originally published in ten books, Milton revised the first edition by breaking two longer chapters in half, creating a total of twelve books. Like Virgil's Aeneid, Paradise Lost is half the length of both of Homer's epics. Milton began composing Paradise Lost after he had gone completely blind; he memorized his verses and orated them to friends and family for inscription. Although this process was due to disability rather than lack of modern technology, the oration of the poem further solidifies this text's ties to earlier epic poetry. Paradise Regain'd is Milton's sequel text to Paradise Lost, focusing on the devil's forty-day temptation of Jesus and the ultimate triumph of good over evil. While the former concerns the temptation of man, the latter explores the temptation of God himself. This set was bound contemporary to publication, as the use of straight grained morocco was popular during the years 1810 - 1840. Even though it's termed "morocco," implying goat skin, the most common skin used for this type of binding was sheep. As sheep is the least sturdy material for binding, the treatment of the skin makes it sturdier, with the pattern stamped and then glazed. This organic pattern is referred to as English or American straight grained morocco; on Continental straight grained morocco, the impression appears more as short diagonal stripes.. Illus. by Richter, Henry James; Richter, John Augustus. Limited. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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

      London: Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster Row 1794 - Octavo. Two volumes in one. Bound in modern full brown Moroccan leather. Gilt lettering on red leather spine label. Gilt tooling on spine and boards. New endpages. Fine binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning. Foxing to title page. Lacking original endpages. Ships daily. This first English edition of Franklin?s Works, published only three years after his death, in 1793, offers rich evidence of the pragmatic brilliance in the words of this Founding Father, who was described as ?a great genius? even by his adversary John Adams. Edited and with a preface by Franklin?s friend Richard Price, this important first English edition of the Works is ?a collection of the ?popular? pieces of Franklin, together with a re-translation of the autobiography? from the 1791 French first edition of the autobiography, which appeared in English later same year in a ?wretched re-translation from the Paris edition? Ford 437. Sabin 25600. ESTC T56600. See Ford 383, 386, 423. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Friedens-Präliminarien. Hrsg. von dem Verfasser des heimlichen Gerichts (d. i. Ludwig Ferdinand Huber). 40 Stücke in 10 Bänden (alles Erschienene). Zus. 10 Bl., XX, 4004 S., 5 Bl. Mit 1 (von 2) Porträts und 1 (von 2) Faltkarten. Pappkartonagen d. Z. (berieben, Gelenke teils stärker beschabt) mit etw. späteren Rückenschildern.

      Berlin, Voss, 1794-1796.. . Textlich vollständiges Exemplar der bedeutenden Zeitschrift, wichtig auch deshalb, weil eine Reihe von Erstdrucken von Briefen und Aufsätzen Georg Forsters enthalten sind. Huber hatte durch seine Beziehungen zu Therese Forster die Möglichkeit, den Nachlass Forsters durchzusehen und zu verwerten. "So erschienen hier etwa - noch ohne Autorennennung und mit gehässigen Anmerkungen Hubers versehen - die 'Parisischen Umrisse', in denen Forster versucht, anhand der aktuellen Pariser Ereignisse eine Theorie der Revolution überhaupt zu geben; weiter die Aufsätze 'Revolution und Gegenrevolution im Jahre 1790', 'Uber die Beziehung der Staatskunst auf das Glück der Menschheit' und endlich der Entwurf eines Schreibens der allgemeinen Administration von Mainz an die Kommissarien des Nationalkonvents. Außerdem verstümmeln, zerstückeln und verfälschen der Verleger, der Herausgeber und die Witwe Forsters eine Fülle von Briefen, die zeigen sollen, daß Forster 'kein Verräther, kein muthwilliger Schwindelkopf, kein ehrgeitziger Unruhestifter geworden war'. So wird aus dem Revolutionär und Bürger der französischen Republik der resignierende Georg Forster gemacht, den L. F. Huber für die eigene Selbstdarstellung und Selbstrechtfertigung benötigte" (Hocks/Schmidt). Unter den weiteren Mitarbeitern sind zu nennen: C. L. Haller, K. E. Oelsner und E. A. W. Zimmermann. Übersetzt wurden Texte von Robespierre, Sieyes, Lafayette, Mallet du Pan, Volney u. a. - Äußerst selten! Vorhanden sind in Band 2 die Karte des Feldzugs an der Maas und das Porträt von Robespierre in Band 5. Das Porträt der Marie Antoinette in Band 1 sowie die Karte vom Feldzug in der Vendee in Band 3 liegen in Kopie bei. Die Hinweise auf diese Beigaben sind auf den Titeln alt überklebt. Unterschiedlich gebräunt und stockfleckig. - Goed. V 482, 11. Kirchner 1727 (1793-96; je 8 Stücke, also nur 32 Stücke). Hocks/Schmidt 61 f. Fiedler (Forster) 282, 285-287, 337, 360, 396 und 432.

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        Autograph letter signed to Citoyen [Pepin?] at Charleville

      Sedan, 1794. </p>Clouet, Jean-François (1751-1801). A.L.s. to Citoyen [Pepin?] at Charleville. 3pp. on 2 conjugate leaves. Sedan, 17 mai l&#39;an 2me de la République française [1794]. Creased and a little chipped but very good.</p><p>A specialist in metallurgy and active supporter of the French Revolution, Clouet was put in charge of reorganizing metallurgical establishments in his native region in 1793, and he must have written the above letter in his official capacity. He discusses iron products, mostly with military applications, and gives a detailed account of materiel shipped in recent weeks. At the time of writing, the last days of Robespierre&#39;s Reign of Terror, there was fierce civil war in the west of France (the Wars of the Vendée). Clouet also writes of the chemical preparation of earths in barrels. Before the revolution Clouet was professor of physics and chemistry at Mézières, where he worked with Gaspard Monge on the liquefaction of sulfur dioxide, arsenious iron, the manufacture of Damascus blades and the preparation of cast steel. He showed that steel is formed by heading wrought iron with diamond powder. DSB. Partington III, 103. </p>

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        J.P. Brissot, Deputy of Eure and Loire, to His Constituents, On the Situation of the National Convention; on the Influence of the Anarchists, and the Evils it Has Caused; And on the Necessity of Annihilating That Influence in Order to Save the Republic [BOUND WITH] Mémoires Secrets de Robert, Comte de Parades, Écrits par lui au fortir de la Bastille. Pour Servir à l&#39;Histoire de la derniere Guerre

      London, 1794. First Edition. Brissot, a key figure in the Girondist faction in the French Revolution, here inveighs against the "anarchism" of Robespierre and the Jacobins, which he claims will ultimately ruin the Republic . For his efforts, Brissot was himself arrested and guillotined in 1793. This first English edition, translated by William Burke, is of key importance for its substantial (40-pp) Preface by Edmund Burke, seldom reprinted, which, in the words of one Burke scholar is "...as close as Burke comes to a documentary treatment of the French Revolution [...] it also affords an indispensable clue to what he would have said about that episode [...] his analysis here of revolutionary euphemism is among the earliest such explorations of the language of modern politics." (David Bromwich, ed; On Empire, Liberty, and Reform: Speeches and Letters of Edmund Burke; New Haven: 2000).& & The second title is the scarce posthumous memoir of the adventurer, spy, and impostor Victor Claude Antoine, so-called "Robert, Comte de Paradés." Paradés, who had no rightful claim to his adopted title (it has been speculated that he was actually the illegitimate son of a German pastry-cook) appeared rather mysteriously in Paris in 1771. Unable to obtain a military commission, he ingratiated himself to the Court with some freelance espionage against the British--this proved a successful tactic, and he eventually obtained the commission he sought. He later engineered the failed Armada against the English at Plymouth in 1778, for which failure he was rewarded with a two-year term in the Bastille, from whence he authored the current memoir, recounting his many adventures and inveighing against political enemies. The memoir is a good primary source of information regarding French espionage activities during the American Revolution. It was translated into English in 1791, and reprinted by the Cambridge University Press as recently as 2012. A good précis, in English, of Paradés&#39; career can be found in Volume 52 of Boswell&#39;s Scots Journal (1790). London: for John Stockdale, 1794; and [Paris: Brisennes], 1789. The two volumes bound as one in period calf over boards; skillfully rebacked, with new spine and title label, preserving the original boards and endpapers. Page edges stained yellow. First title: [2], (iv-xl), 122pp + [6] (publisher&#39;s catalog). Second title: i-iv; i-viii; [9]-188pp. General light wear; a few brief marginal tears to contents (not affecting text); Very Good.

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        Der Genius der Zeit. Ein Journal herausgegeben von August Hennings. Bände 1-21 (alles Erschienene). Je Band 4 Monatshefte. Schlichte Pappbde d. Z. (teils berieben) mit Rückenschild.

      Altona, J. F. Hammerich, 1794-1800.. . Komplette Folge der sehr seltenen Zeitschrift. Die historisch-politische Zeitschrift erschien monatlich von 1794-1800 in insgesamt 21 Bänden, 1801-1802 fortgesetzt unter dem Titel 'Der Genius des 19. Jahrhunderts'. August Hennings wurde 1787 Amtmann in Plön, wo er 1792 das 'Schleswigsche Journal' herausgab, "dessen Druck und Verlag aber 1793, da 'die Kreisschreibenden Fürsten die Regierung in Glückstadt bestürmten', in Holstein verboten wurde. Da eröffnete H. ein neues Journal unter dem Titel: 'Genius der Zeit'. Während schon die Ankündigung einen heftigen Angriff von M. Claudius zur Folge hatte, benutzte man von verschiedenen Seiten eifrig und freudig dieses letzte noch übrig gebliebene Asyl einer freien Meinungsäußerung, welches sich bis in den Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts erhielt" (ADB). "Herausgeber, Verleger und die meisten Mitarbeiter bleiben die gleichen [wie beim 'Schleswigschen Journal'], auch die politische Tendenz bleibt weitgehend gewahrt. Die bestehende Staatsform, die Monarchie, soll durch Kritik an der Monarchie und besonders am Adel verteidigt werden, ein Konzept, das den Konflikt mit der Administration sofort einschließt ... An die Stelle Frankreichs und seiner Verfassung einer konstitutionellen Monarchie tritt nach der Erklärung zur Republik ... nun die englische Monarchie als Vorbild besonders für die norddeutschen Liberalen" (Hocks/Schmidt) - Sauberes Exemplar. Nur dieses Exemplar im JAP seit 1950. - Diesch 1230. Kirchner 1732. Hocks/Schmidt S. 62 ff. (ausführlich). Goedeke VIII 11, 28.

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        L' Uomo Galleggiante o sia L' Arte Ragionata Del Nuoto Scoperta Fisica

      Nella Stamperia Reale 1794 (Il primo libro italiano sul nuoto). L' Uomo Galleggiante o sia L' Arte Ragionata Del Nuoto Scoperta Fisica . Pubblicata per graziosa munificenza de' Sovrani, e signori delle Sicilie. Ferdinando IV Borbone e Maria Carolina D' Austria pii felici augusti dal dottore di leggi Oronzio De' Bernardi (1735 - 1806) avvocato, esaminatore sinodale, e canonico della Cattedrale Chiesa della regia Citta' di Terlizzi. In Napoli, nella Stamperia Reale, MDCCXCIV (1794). 2 parti in un volume, pergamena coeva titoli e fregi in oro sul dorso. Prima parte: 1 f. b., (vii), 237, (1) pp. con ritratto dell' Autore finemente inciso in rame da Nic. Fiorillo su disegno di Franc. Lapegna. Seconda parte: (iv), 257, (1) pp., 1 f. b. e 18 tavole f.t. finemente incise in rame da Nicola Fiorillo, Nicolò Cesarano, Domenico Casanova, Guglielmo Morghen, Giuseppe Azzerboni, Aniello Lamberti e Vincenzo Scarpati, per lo più da disegni di Antonio Francesco Lapegna e Vincenzo Ferraresi. L?uomo galleggiante ebbe un successo europeo e fu tradotto in francese, spagnolo e tedesco. Inoltre esso servì di base all? insegnamento del tedesco Guts Muts e procurò all? autore l?iscrizione alle accademie di Pietroburgo, Edimburgo, Gottinga, Parigi e Firenze (Georgofili). Ferdinando IV assegnò poi al De Bernardi una rendita vitalizia. Bellissimo esemplare. Scheda provvisoria.

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        ORIGINE DE TOUS LES CULTES, OU RELIGIONS UNIVERSELLES 3 TOMES COMPLETS AVEC LES PLANCHES DE L'ATLAS

      H. Agasse, PARIS 1794 - DUPUIS, Citoyen Français ORIGINE DE TOUS LES CULTES, OU RELIGIONS UNIVERSELLES 3 TOMES COMPLETS AVEC LES PLANCHES DE L'ATLAS An III (1794 - 1795), Paris, Chez H. Agasse In-4 (21 x 28,5 cm), reliés Pagination : tome 1 : 556-104-IV (table analytique de l'édition ) tome 2 : 302 et 304 pages tome 3 : IV-367-355-16 (explications des planches) Reliures cartonnage d'époque pour les tomes 1 et 2 et cartonnage moderne pour le tome 3, dos titrés dorés sur pièces L'édition est bien complète de son atlas de 22 planches et du frontispice intégrées à la fin du tome 3 avec explications ainsi que des 3 tableaux dépliants (La table des signes du zodiaque, de leurs génies et de leurs influences - Tableau nominatif des planètes - Tableau des mois et des différents peuples) Contenu des volumes : L'Univers Dieu - Culte de la nature et vestiges sur tous les monuments - Tableaux de l'Univers - Subdivision de la cause active ou d'Uranus - De la cause passive et de l'action du ciel - Principes lumière et ténèbres - Ame universelle, monde animé - Intelligence universelle - Héracléide, poème sur Hercule ou sur le Soleil - Osiris ou le Soleil, poème égyptien - Isis ou sur la Lune - Théséide, l'Hercule athénien - Argonautiques, Jason - Bacchus - Ammon, le Dieu Soleil aux formes de bélier - Apis, Apollon, Orus, Atys, Esculape, Harpocrate, Canobus, formes du Verseau - Divinités syriennes et chaldéennes : Baal, Belus, Nergal, Moloch, . - Culte de animaux vivants, des plantes et des pierres, des images et des statues - Des mystères origines, progrés . - Métaphysique, physique, astronomie ancienne - Religion chrétienne, de la réparation - La Trinité de Dieu - Les grands cycles et les catastrophes - Examen d'un ouvrage phrygien : apocalypse - Des signes du zodiaque, etc. Etat : reliures écorchées avec lacune de papier, coins émoussés, traces de mouillure en fin de tome 3 ainsi que sur les planches sans grande gravité, ensemble solide et complet, rare ! Poids : 5 kg [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN, PROGRESS, AND TERMINATION OF THE AMERICAN WAR.

      London: Printed for the Author, sold by J. Murray, J. Debrett and J. Kerby, 1794. - Two volumes. xv,399; xv,449,[13]pp., plus fifteen engraved maps and plans (eleven folding). Half titles. Quarto. 18th-century speckled calf, gilt; expertly rebacked to style, spines elaborately gilt, morocco labels, marbled endpapers. An occasional light fox mark. Very good. First edition of a work that is fundamental to any collection of books relating to the American Revolution. This work is "generally considered the best contemporary account of the Revolution written from the British side" (Sabin). Stedman was a native of Philadelphia, a Loyalist who served as an officer under Howe, Clinton, and Cornwallis, and later became an examiner of Loyalist claims for the British government. He had firsthand knowledge of many of the campaigns and persons involved in the effort. He is critical of Howe, and describes all the major theatres of war, as well as individual battles from Bunker Hill to Yorktown. The beautifully engraved maps (the largest of which is approximately 20 x 30 inches) constitute the finest collection of plans assembled by an eyewitness. They depict the sieges of Savannah and Charlestown, plus the battles of Saratoga, Camden, Guilford, Hobkirk's Hill, and Yorktown. HOWES S914, "b." JCB II:372. LOWNDES V, p.2504. SABIN 91057. WINSOR VI, p.518.

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