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        A Summary View of Heraldry in Reference to the Usages of Chivalry and the General Economy of the Feudal System : with an Appendix Respecting Such Distinctions of Rank As Have Place in the British Constitution

      Edinburgh : Printed By Mundell & Son London Sold By Messrs. Nicol, Egerton, Edwards, Faulder, Hookham & Carpenter, And Vernor & Hood 1795 - Physical desc. : [2], xvi, 319, [1]p. : 8vo. Subject: Heraldry - Chivalry - Feudalism - Knights & Knighthood -Great Britain - Early works to 1800. Notes: The titlepage is engraved and signed at the foot: D Lizers sculpt. With a list of subscribers. ESTC t139673. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 319 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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      Imprimerie du Bon Homme Richard, Paris 1795 - RO40104867: 88 pages. 10 cahiers de 8 pages chacun. Journaux révolutionnaires. Bords des pages abîmés. Texte très lisible. On sosucrit pour ce journal, dont il paraîtra quinze n° par mois, à Paris, chez Caillot. N° II: Grand pied de nez à tous les Royalistes. Etablissement prochain de la Constitution qui doit ramener l'abondance et la Paix. N° III: Dialogue entre le Citoyen Bon-Gosier, la mère Concordia et M. Grognon. Grand coup de fouet aux agioteurs qui jouent jusqu'à 10,000 Livres la partie. N° IV: Grand projet de paix arrêté au Conseil de George, roi d'Angleterre, ses dispositions pour les émigrés. Grand mariage prochain entre la liberté et le bonheur. N° V: Plan donné aux comités de gouvernement pour terminer promptement toutes les affaires. N° VI: Appel à tous les Peuples, pour se réunir aux Français et tomber sur l'Angleterre, qui prétend à l'empire des Mers. N° VII: Dangers d'une religion nationale en France. N° VIII: Grandes mesures contre les voleurs et les tripots. N° IX: Cri de ralliement général, et mot d'ordre donné à tous les Français: GUERRE, GUERRE A L'ANGLETERRE ! . N° X: Rudes apostrophes des Soldats de la Libertté aux ennemis de l'intérieur, aux coquins de toute espèce. N° XI: Décret contre les étrangers. La prédiction du Bon Homme Richard accomplie sur les projets de Pitt. In-8 En feuillets. Etat d'usage. Livré sans Couverture. Dos abîmé. Intérieur bon état Classification Dewey : 944.041-Histoire de France de 1789 à 1804 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Roma 1795 - Two volumes bound in one, quarto, 26 x 20cm. 2 vignette title pages, and 170 ENGRAVED VIEWS ON 85 LEAVES- being 100 in the first volume as called for and 70 in the second Roma Moderne. Contemporary calf worn and occasional spotting as usual.

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        DELLA INALVEAZIONE e del regolamento del fiume Brenta conforme al piano idrometrico del Sig. Avvocato fiscale Angelo Artico, approvato, e modificato da cinque matematici. Trattato critico-idraulico di Capitano Ingegnere della Serenissima Repubblica d Venezia. in confutazione di varie critiche idrometriche contro il prefato fiscale, ed i mentovati matematici pubblicate.

      Veladini,, Milano, 1795 - in-4, pp. 365, leg. carta color. coeva e copertina moderna di protezione in cartone. Bell'antip. inc. in rame da F. Bordigon con l'allegoria del fiume Brenta. Gr. tav. in rame ripiegata con bella coloritura coeva (mm. 445x685) raff. il percorso del Brenta nel territorio compreso tra Padova, Battaglia, Piove, Chioggia e la laguna veneta. Belliss. esempl. Raro. [MM5-338]

      [Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico]
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        Essais sur la Peinture.

      Paris, Fr. Buisson, 1795. - Erstausgabe (Édition originale; First edition ). Kunstkritisches Werk des Aufklärers und Philosophen Denis Diderot (1713 - 1784). französich 1200 Deckelpapier an einer Stelle minimal abgeblättert; bei wenigen Seiten kleine Läsionen fachmännisch repariert. Sonst sehr gutes Exemplar; Seiten überwiegend sauber, nur wenige Seiten leicht fleckig (En quelques pages, de petites lésions habilement réparés; sinon une tr?s bonne copie; in a few pages, small lesions expertly repaired; otherwise a very good copy). Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). IV, 415 S. Mehrfarbig marmorierter Pbd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf rotem Rückenschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Das Konversations-Lexikon]
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        The Holy Bible Ornamented with Engravings by James Fittler from Celebrated Pictures by Old Masters [2 Vols]

      R. Bower, London - 1795. () Very good. Octavo. Black textured leather covered boards with gilt decoration on covers and spine; Gilt lettering on spine with five raised bands. Light wear and rubbing to corners and edges of spine. Decorative blue and orange marbled papers (lightly worn and discoloured at edges and in gutters). Bookplate from previous owner affixed to front pastedown. B / W frontis as well as many other beautiful B / W illustrations and plates throughout. Some foxing and light staining throughout (more so on first couple of pages and plates). All outer edges of text block gilt. A beautiful set. An very handsome set of bibles in an early contemporary binding. Illustrated beautifully with copper plate engravings depicting scenes from the bible. Crest on the front covers matches that on the book plate- showing that is was a binding made specifically for the owner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC]
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        An elegiac and historical poem, sacred to the memory and virtues of the Honourable Sir William Jones. Containing a retrospective survey of the progress of science, and the Mohammedan conquests in Asia. By the author of Indian antiquities.

      London: printed for the author, and sold by himself, at No. 33, Upper Norton Street, Portland Road 1795 - 39,[9]p. 4to. The final four leaves contain notes and 'Proposals for publishing by subscription. The history of Hindostan. By the author of Indian Antiquities'. Half green cloth, marbled wrappers. A very nice copy. The first edition. Jackson, Annals of English Verse p.198. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA)]
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        A Journey From Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean. Undertaken by Order of the Hudson's Bay Company for the Discovery of Copper Mines, A North West Passage, &c. in the years 1769, 1770, 1771, & 1772

      Printed for A. Strahan and T. Cadell, and Sold by T.Cadell Jun. and W.Davies., LONDON 1795 - Quarto, xliv,458pp. [2]pp. Five folding Engraved Maps and Four folding Engraved Plates.[light spotting, slight fold tears] Hearne was sent by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1769 to find a Northwest Passage via Hudson Bay and to explore the country for copper mines which had been reported by the Indians. Hearne reached the Coppermine River in December of 1770 and followed it to its mouth on the Arctic coast. As a result of Hearne's explorations, any theory of a western exit was disproved, and much was learned and reported about the Natural History and Indian tribes of the region. Curiously, it is to the great French explorer, La Perouse, that we owe the publication of Hearne's narrative, for it was La Perouse who discovered the manuscript when he captured Fort Albany on Hudson Bay. After the British recaptured the fort, La Perouse insisted on the publication of the manuscript by the Hudson's Bay Company, which honored his request. A classic of American travel, by "the first white man to gaze on the Arctic or Frozen Ocean from the northern shores of the continent of America" LANDE 1120. SABIN 31181. later half calf over marbled boards. Super Copy [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB. est.1867]
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        A Journey From Prince Of Wale's Fort in Hudson's Bay, To The Northern Ocean. Undertaken By Order Of The Hudson's Bay Company for the Discovery of Copper Mines, A North West Passage, etc. In The Years 1769, 1770, 1771, & 1772.

      London: Printed for A.Strahan and T.Cadell; And Sold by T.Cadell Jun. And W.Davies., 1795. - 4to. pp. xliv(incl. errata), 458, [2]ads & directions to binder. 5 folding engraved maps (1 with routes in colour) & 4 engraved plates (3 double-page). modern gilt-stamped paneled calf by Annegret Hunter-Elsenbach (first map with few short tears repaired - no loss, some foxing to maps & plates & neighbouring leaves). First Edition of a classic of North American travel. Hearne's journal holds an especially honoured place in the annals of Arctic exploration, and Hearne "will always be remembered as the first white man that ever gazed on the dreary expanse of the Arctic or Frozen Ocean from the northern shores of the Continent of America." (Rich) In 1769, he was sent by the Hudson's Bay Company to find a north-west passage from Hudson's Bay and to investigate Indian reports regarding the existence of copper deposits to the north. Hearne made two false starts, but on his third attempt, accompanied by the Chipewyan guide Matonabbie, he succeeded in crossing the Barren Lands and reached the Coppermine River, which he descended to the Arctic Coast. Hearne also discovered the Great Slave Lake and recorded valuable information regarding the natural history and Indian tribes of the region traversed. Shortly following his return, Hearne submitted his report to the Hudson's Bay Company, who kept it secret for some thirteen years. Its final publication, three years after his death, was due to the celebrated French navigator La Pérouse, who found Hearne's manuscript when he captured Fort Albany, Hudson's Bay, in 1781-82. When Fort Albany was subsequently surrendered to the British, La Pérouse stipulated, as one of the conditions of the surrender, that Hearne's manuscript be printed. Bell H94. Cox I p. 171. Hill p. 141. Lande 1220. Morgan p. 180. Pilling, Athapascan, p. 40. Sabin 31181 & JCB 3729 (calling for 4 maps & 8 plates). Story pp. 351-52. Streeter VI 3652. TPL 445 (imperfect). Winsor VIII p. 70. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB)]
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        Plate 7 from A Botanical Description of the British Marine Plants

      Bath: S. Hazard, 1795 - John Stackhouse (1742-1819) Nereis Britannica; or A Botanical Description of the British Marine Plants Bath: S. Hazard, 1795 Hand-colored copperplate engraving 14 3/4” x 20 1/2” framed John Stackhouse was born at Trehane, Cornwall in 1742. He attended Oxford in 1758, eventually studying marine biology in the Mediterranean. He was particularly interested in seaweed and other marine plant life. He married Susanna Acton in 1773. Shortly thereafter the pair decided to build a house on the southern coast of England around Cuddon Point so that John could continue his study of seaweed. Later, he moved to the coastal area now known as Stackhouse Cove, and in honor of his wife, built Acton Castle. He was elected as one of the earliest members of the Linnean Society in 1795. In 1795 his studies and illustrations of seaweed of the Southern coast of England culminated in his publication of Nereis Brittanica or A Botanical Description of the British Marine Plants in Latin and English, Accompanied with Drawings from Nature. This unusual and rare work is the first English volume devoted marine plant life. It is also important in the field of marine biology for Stackhouse’s new approach to classifying the plants. The outstanding hand-colored copperplates were engraved from drawings by both Stackhouse and Thomas Velley.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        The Hive: or A Collection of Thoughts on Civil, Moral, Sentimental and Religious Subjects: Intended as a Repository of Sententious, Ingenious and Pertinent Sayings in Verse and Prose

      Worcester: From the Press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun.. 1795. First. First edition(?), one of two 1795 issues. Contemporary calf boards. 252pp. Rebacked, retaining originial endpapers. Boards are worn, pages have small nicks, tears, and stains, however a sound and reasonably tight good copy. A collection intended for a juvenile audience. OCLC locates a single copy with this date, but with a slightly different imprint ("From the Press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun. for Isaiah Thomas, and sold at their respective bookstores"). Scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The manual of liberty: or testimonies in behalf of the rights of mankind; selected from the best authorities, in prose and verse, and methodically arranged

      London : printed for H. D. Symonds, No. 20, Paternoster Row 1795 - Physical desc.: [2],v,[3],406p. ; 8°. Halkett and Laing identify the compiler as - Marshall. ESTC citation no.: T79990. Subject: Liberty, Civil Rights, Human Rights - Quotations, maxims, etc. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Gilt cross-bands. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 406 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        At the end of the day

      - John Frederick Herring, Sr. (1795-1863) "At the End of the Day" Signed, lower middle Oil on canvas, period frame 25" x 25" framed [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Escuela Española de Sordomudos ó arte para enseñarles a escribir y hablar el idioma español

      - [PRIMERA EDICION].- Madrid: Imprenta Real [el tomo 1º] y Imp. de Fermín Villalpando [el tomo 2º], 1795.- 2 Vols. ([3 h.], VIII p., [1 h.], 335 p.; [3 h.], 376 p.): con 5 láminas plegadas en el tomo 2º; 4º menor (21,7 cm.); Media Piel.- El 2º tomo falto de portadilla, con la portada y 2 hojas siguientes restauradas de pequeñas faltas y algo sucias. Aunque en Palau se indica que está impreso en la Imprenta Real, no da referencia alguna de la imprenta del tomo 2º, ni hay referencia a ninguna otra edición en dicha bibliografía, por lo que suponemos que esta es la única edición existente, siendo el tomo 1º de la Imprenta Real y eltomo 2º de la de Villalpando. ES UNA OBRA MUY IMPORTANTE, PUES FUE UNO DE LOS PRIMEROS TRATADOS SOBRE LA ENSEÑANZA DE SORDOMUDOS EN EL MUNDO. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB]
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      Antonio Espinosa, Madrid 1795 - 451 pags + 4 tablas plegadas 15x20 Pasta española deslucida marcas insectos 20 ultimas paginas Tabla II de los Quadrupedos según el método M.Brisson. Tabla III Metodo ornithologico con arreglo a las divisiones de M.Brisson. Tabla IX Systematica de los gusanos por Mr.Brugniere. Tabla X De la Nomenclatura Quimica propuesta por Mm Demorveau, Lavoisier, Bertholet y de Fourcroy en mayo de 1787. Falta tabla V

      [Bookseller: Librería Maestro Gozalbo]
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        Botanik fur Frauenzimmer und Pflanzenliebhaber, welche keine Gelehrten sind

      Weimar: Im Verlage des Industrie Comptoirs, 1795. viii, 184 pages of text including an index. Original half-leather binding with marbled paper-covered boards; minor shelfwear and rubbing. Complete with four folding plates, which contain 101 hand-colored illustrations. Minor foxing scattered throughout text. Plates are in fine condition, with a minor strip of browning to edge, not affecting images. Previous owner's name and bookplate (Bilharz) neatly on front endpapers. References: Pritzel (2nd ed.); 484.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        Die Feyer der Liebe. Aus einer Handschrift des Oberpriesters zu Paphos. In zwey Theilen.

      bei Oehmigke dem Jüngern, Berlin, 1795 - Berlin, bei Oehmigke dem Jüngern 1795. 8°. Titel und Frontispiz, IV S., XIV S., 178 S., 232 S. Mit einem handkolorierten gestochenen Frontispiz und einer Titelvignette von Daniel Chodowiecki. Halblederband der Zeit mit rotem Rückenschild und reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung. Die lithographierten Originalbroschurumschläge mit eingebunden. Hayn-G. 2, 254. - Hirschberg (dtv) 128. - Erste Ausgabe. Der Erstling des erfolgreichen "Aufklärers" der mit seinen Büchern über die (wohlverstanden) eheliche Liebe berühmt wurde. Die illustrierten Originalbroschurumschläge mit dem Titel "Gynäologie oder über Jungferschaft, Beischlaf und Ehe", als deren Band 7. und 8. Band der vorliegende Titel erschien. - Ueber die Liebe im Altertum, im Mittelalter und in der Gegenwart: die verschiedenen Religionen und Nationen, vor allem die Ueberseeischen: Hottentotten, Arrakanesen, Neger in Senegambien etc. - Breitrandiges Exemplar auf besserem Papier in schönem Einband. Papier vereinzelt schwach gebräunt. - Mit dem Broschurumschlägen selten. Sprache: Deutsch Halblederband der Zeit mit rotem Rückenschild und reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung. Die lithographierten Originalbroschurumschläge mit eingebunden. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Valley of Glencoe

      Published by Robert Andrew Riddell, London 1795 - A fine plate of the scenic mountains of Glencoe in the Highlands of western Scotland. This beautiful image is most likely part of a pair prints depicting Glencoe that Riddell published in 1795. Robert Andrew Riddell was a landscape painter, who primarily depicted the scenic topography of Scotland in watercolour. He exhibited one of his works at the Royal Academy in 1793 and gave several of his paintings to the Scottish poet Robert Burns. Archibald Robertson (1765-1835) was a Scottish artist, very talented in both painting and printmaking, who immigrated to America around 1796 (soon after this print was published) where he had a successful career painting miniature portraits on ivory. He also produced a number of topographical prints of New York City places: "Collect Pond" of 1798 among others. A number of his miniature portraits are in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum. This early work of the Highland valley Glen Coe is an extraordinarily fine landscape print, aesthetically superior to Robertson's American prints, and a fine example of colour printed aquatint. Colour-printed aquatint. Full inscription at bottom of print reads: 'To the Most Noble George Marquis of Tweedale & this View of the Valley of Glencoe is respectfully Inscribed by His Lordships most obedient Humble Servant.' Very good condition apart from some light soiling, minor foxing, and several small losses in the margins.

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        A View of the Causes and Progress of the French Revolution

      London - G. G. and J. Robinson 1795 - The very scarce first edition of this history of the French Revolution by John Moore. First edition. John Moore (1729-1802) was a physician, writer and Presbyterian minister. In 1795 Moore published A View of the Causes and Progress of the French Revolution (2 vols. ), which assesses the financial conditions that led to events in 1789. (ODNB)Ex-libris armorial bookplates of John Fowlesto front pastedown. John Robert Fowles (31 March 1926 5 November 2005) was an English novelist, much influenced by both Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, and critically positioned between modernism and postmodernism. After leaving Oxford, Fowles taught at a school on the Greek island of Spetsai, a sojourn that inspired The Magus, an instant bestseller that was directly in tune with 1960s hippie anarchism and experimental philosophy. This was followed by The French Lieutenant's Woman, a period romance set in Lyme Regis, Dorset, another location in which Fowles was deeply absorbed. Later fictional works include The Ebony Tower, Daniel Martin, Mantissa, and A Maggot. Complete in two volumes. Condition: Rebound in half-calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, generally smart, with just some slight rubbing to the extremities. One hinge slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Institutional ink stamp to verso of title page. Pages have some light age-toning and scattered foxing, but are otherwise bright. Some pages have slight chipping to the margins, not affecting the text. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        Rapport sur la vérification du mètre qui doit servir d'étalon pour la fabrication des Mesures républicaines ; par les Commissaires chargés de la détermination de ces Mesures. [ édition originale ]

      Par l'Imprimerie de la République 1795 - Rapport sur la vérification du mètre qui doit servir d'étalon pour la fabrication des Mesures républicaines ; par les Commissaires chargés de la détermination de ces Mesures ; Imprimé par ordre du Comité d'Instruction Publique, daté du 18 Messidor An III (6 juillet 1795), 1 brochure in-8, sans couv., Par l'Imprimerie de la République, Paris, Thermidor An III, 15 pp. Edition originale. Bon état pour cette brochure rare. Good copy ; a very scarce and interesting work. Tourneux, 17526 Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal]
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        Historia De La Vida y Viajes Del Capitán Jaime Cook

      Imprenta Real, Madrid 1795 - Obra escrita en inglés por Andrés Kipps , doctor en teologia de la Real Sociedad de Londres ( Royal Society ) y traducida al castellano por Don Cesareo de Nava y Palacio Dedicatoria al Señor Don Antonio Valdés, prefacio.Tomo I 262 pgs Tomo II 288 pgs.Encuadernación de época piel (pasta española ) tejuelo, hierros, cintas separadoras, guardas con aguas .Primera y única biográfia, y libro de viajes de Cook, traducida al castellano en el siglo XVIII. Las obras de Cook, no tuvieron la misma resonancia en España que en el resto de Europa. Los libros de viajes solo están presentes en circulos minoritarios cultivados y solo instancias oficiales ,obligaron a la Imprenta Real a hacerse cargo de esta edición. Ref, Palau 128048 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Geschichte der Ordalien, insbesondere der gerichtlichen Zweikämpfe in Deutschland. Ein Bruchstück aus der Geschichte und den Alterthümern der deutschen Gerichtsverfassung.

      in der akademischen Buchhandlung,, Jena, 1795 - Jena, in der akademischen Buchhandlung, 1795. 17,4x10,5 cm. Pp. der Zeit Erstausgabe. - (Einbd. berieben. Name auf Vorsatz. Winzige Nummer auf Titel). [Attributes: First Edition]

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      DAI TORCHI CAMERALI DI PALALDE, 1793- IBIDEM, 1795, Fermo - Al primo volume legatura tardo ottocentesca in cartoncino chiaro con rinforzo in carta zigrinata granata al dorso; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di biblioteca estinta; frontespizio con titolo e vignetta impressi all'interno di cornice tipografica; timbro blu della celebre biblioteca Galletti; 2 pagine non numerate per dedica ad Angelo Antonio Giberti; 162 pagine numerate; CLXXXVI pagine numerate, compreso occhiello per Appendice di Documenti; 2 pagine non numerate, l'ultima bianca, per Errori. Secondo volume: legatura originale in cartonnage alla rustica; titolo manoscritto su tassello al dorso; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di biblioteca estinta; occhiello, frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico; timbro blu della celebre biblioteca Galletti. 2 pagine di dedica a Giuseppe Antonio Reggi; 572 pagine numerate (da pagina 336, Appendice Diplomatica), finalino all'ultima pagina; XIX pagine numerate per, Indice. Rara opera storiografica pubblicata in due parti, la seconda due anni dopo la prima, sul comune marchigiano di San Ginesio, patria di Alberico Gentile. L'autore, uno storico locale, illustrò anche la Storia di San Genisio del Gualtieri. Il volume narra la storia della località e dei suoi abitanti attingendo direttamente da un gran numero di fonti, citate nel volume. Quello offerto dallo storico antiquario Telesforo Benigni nei due volumi della San Ginesio Illustrata ed in moltissimi contributi sparsi nei tomi delle Antichità Picene pubblicati nello stesso periodo di tempo dallo storico antiquario ed editore Giuseppe Colucci, è il più esauriente, anche se non sempre veritiero, approfondimento della storia di San Ginesio. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, diffuse fioriture o lievi ossidazioni alle carte; alle ultime pagine del primo volume, lieve gora all'angolo interno superiore; legature difformi, ma esemplari appartenuti alla stessa famiglia nobiliare. 0 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio]
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        Voyage de découvertes , à l'océan pacifique du nord, et autour du monde, (.) exécuté pendant les années 1790, 1792, 1793, 1794 et 1795 (.)

      Paris, Didot, An X. - 5 volumes in-8, pleine basane, dos lisses ornés, reliures de l'époque. Bel exemplaire du texte seul de ce voyage L'atlas manque.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Rita De Maere]
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        Confronto della ricchezza dei paesi che godono liberta' 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 liberta illimitata e nei vincoli nuovi. Seconda edizione con aggiunte.

      - [Firenze, s.n.t.], 1795, in-4 piccolo, brossura rustica coeva (lievi difetti al dorso), pp. 156, [2], 53, [3]. A carta 2A1r un altro front. introduce: "Riflessioni sopra le sussistenze risvegliate da fatti osservati in Toscana dell'a.s.s.". Bell'esemplare, pieni margini. Seconda edizione, aumentata. "L'Italia rivoluzionaria e napoleonica nelle raccolte della Biblioteca del Senato", Roma, 1990. n. 96. Einaudi, 493. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES DISPLAYED Being A Grand Repository Of Elegance Taste And Entertainment

      Alex Hogg, 1795. - New edn with alterations and improvements. Folio (15 x 10 inches) . Contemporary half calf on marbled paper-laid boards (poor - spine cracked and chipped, upper board detached and edges and boards rubbed). Pp. 42 (thereafter unpaginated), illus with 94 (incl frontispiece) full page engraved b&w plates (all bright and unmarked, some margins a little creased). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The United States Gazetteer: containing an Authentic description of the Several States. Their situation, extent, boundaries, soil, produce, climate, population, trade and manufactures. Together with the Extent, boundarires and population of their Respecti

      Philadelphia: F. and R. Bailey, 1795 [but 1794]. - 12mo (6 4/8 x 4 inches). Engraved title-page. Engraved folding frontispiece map of the United States (laid down on archival paper, stained and chipped with insignificant loss), and 18 folding maps of Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Northwest Territory, Southwest Territory, Vermont and Virginia (edges a bit chipped, some offsetting, browning and staining, lacking the rear free endpaper). Contemporary sheep (extremities scuffed with some loss particularly to the foot of the spine). Provenance: Contemporary ownership inscription of Mr. Wm. McIntire, Baltimore, MD on the front paste-down. First edition of the first Gazetteer of the United States, with an early ownership inscription confirming the date of publication to be 1794 rather than 1795 as on the title-page. Philadelphia engraver and publisher Joseph T. Scott, along with fellow Philadelphian Mathew Carey, was one of the first American cartographic publishers: "The maps I have drawn and engraved myself, and I trust they will be found, on examination, as accurate as circumstances would admit, and probably more so than any collection of maps that has hitherto been published in the United States" (Scott "Preface"). Scott's gazetteer includes some of the most important early maps of the new "western" territories, as well as quite accurate depictions of the developing eastern states. Evans 29476; Sabin 78331; Howes S237. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the northern ocean: Undertaken by order of the Hudson's Bay Company for the discovery of copper mines, a north west passage, &c. in the years 1769, 1770, 1771, & 1772.

      Printed for A Strahan and T Cadell, London 1795 - xliv+458 pages with two (of four) engraved plates after drawings by the author (both folding) and four (of five) folding engraved maps. Quarto (11 3/4" x 9 3/4") bound in full leather with raised spine bands and gilt lettering to spine. (HillI, page 141. Sabin 31181) First edition. Manuscript journal was found by La Pérouse when he captured Fort Albany; later one of his conditions of surrender was that it be published. Samuel Hearne (1745 – November 1792) was an explorer, fur-trader, author, and naturalist. He was the first European to make an overland excursion across northern Canada to the Arctic Ocean In 1774 Hearne built Cumberland House for the Hudson’s Bay Company, its first interior trading post and the first permanent settlement in present Saskatchewan. From 1769 to 1772, Hearne was employed in north-western discovery, searching especially for certain copper mines described by Indians as "Far-Away-Metal River". These copper mines were found in the Barren Lands where the ground is permanently frozen to within a few inches of the surface, creating, in many areas, vast stretches of mosquito- and fly-infested swamp during the summer thaw. For this reason it was decided that travel in winter was preferable. His first attempt began on 6 November 1769. The large size of the expedition and too much European equipment being carried led to the desertion of his Indian guides and the failure of the expedition. His second, commencing 23 February 1770, failed because his quadrant was broken and much of his equipment was stolen. Learning from the mistakes of the first two expeditions Hearne contrived to travel as the only European with a group of Indians led by the great chief Matonabbee. The group also included eight of Matonabbee's wives to act as beasts of burden in the sledge traces, camp servants, and cooks. This third expedition set out in December 1770, in order to reach the Coppermine River in summer, by which he could descend to the Arctic in canoes. Matonabbee kept a fast pace, so fast they reached the great caribou traverse before provisions dwindled and in time for the spring hunt. Here all the Indian hunters of the north gathered to hunt the vast herds of caribou migrating north for summer. A store of meat was laid up for Hearne's voyage and a band of warriors joined the expedition. Matonabbee ordered the women to wait for his return in the Athabasca country to the west. The Chipewyans were generally a mild and peaceful people, however they were in a state of conflict with the Inuit. A great number of Indians joined Hearne's party to accompany them to the Coppermine River with intent to murder Inuit, who were understood to frequent that river in considerable numbers.[2] On July 14, 1771, they reached the Coppermine River, a small stream flowing over a rocky bed in the "Barren Lands of the Little Sticks". A few miles down the river, just above a cataract, were the domed wigwams of an Eskimo camp. At 1am on July 17, 1771 Matonabbee and the other Indians fell upon the sleeping Eskimo in a ruthless massacre. Approximately twenty men, women and children were killed; this would be known as the Massacre at Bloody Falls. A few days later Hearne was the first European to reach the shore of the Arctic Ocean by an overland route. By tracing the Coppermine River to the Arctic Ocean he had established there was no northwest passage through the continent at lower latitudes. This expedition also proved successful in its primary goal by discovering copper in the Coppermine River basin. However an intensive search of the area yielded only one four-pound lump of copper and commercial mining was not considered viable. Matonabbee led Hearne back to Churchill by a wide westward circle past Bear Lake in Athabasca Country. In midwinter he became the first European to see and cross Great Slave Lake. Hearne returned to Fort Prince of Wales on 30 June 1772 having walked some 5,000 miles and explored more than 250,000 square miles. Condition: Rebo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gelykheid, Vryheid, Broederschap. Extract uyt het register der resolutien . der Staaten Generaal der Vereenigde Nederlanden . December 1795 . tot de zaaken van de Oostindische Compagnie.Gelykheid, Vryheid, Broederschap. Extract uyt het register . February 1796 . aangaande een te erigeeren Committé tot den Oostindischen Handel .Gelykheid, Vryheid, Broederschap. Extract uit het register . February 1796 . zynde geprocedeert tot de benoeming van de ministers van het Committé tot de Zaaken van den Oostindischen Handel en Bezittingen . D. van Laar . J.C. Smissaert . G. Titsingh . F. Hoyer

      - (No pl.), 1795-96.3 proclamations in 1. Folio. Old boards. 10; 2; (1) pp.* Appointment of a committee for the Dutch East India Company, the Committé tot de Zaaken van de Oostindische Handel en Bezittingen, consisting of 28 members with the official title of Bewindhebberen der Generaale Nederlandsche Oostindische Compagnie. The second proclamation is fixing the date of the new VOC administration to be sworn in on February 16, 1796, they will be in office as per March 1, 1796. The third proclamation gives the names of the members.Landwehr, VOC, 1650 and 1655 (only copies known are in a private collection). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Pucelle D'Orléans Poème En Vingt Un Chants.

      Paris: Didot Le Jeune, L'An Troisième [1795]. - 2 Volumes. 4to. pp. 211; 212. with half-titles. engraved frontis. portrait of Jeanne d'Arc by Gaucher, & 21 engraved plates by, engraved by A very tall fine crisp copy on thick paper (deckle edge visible on some leaves, bound in contemporary tree calf, gilt backs, all edges gilt (some surface scarring to covers, but still a very nice copy). First Edition with these Illustrations, the frontispiece portrait of Jeanne d'Arc by Gaucher, and the other twenty-one plates engraved by Bacquoy, Choffard, Delignon, Delvaux, Duhamel, Dupréel, Lemire, Lingée, Malbeste, Patas, Pauquet, Ponce, and Romanet after designs by Lebarbier, Marillier, Monnet and Monsiau. "Très belle édition." (Cohen-De Ricci) Cohen-De Ricci 1034. Brunet V 1362. Bengesco 513. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Pucelle D'Orléans Poème En Vingt Un Chants

      Paris: Didot Le Jeune, L'An Troisième [1795]., 1795. 2 Volumes. 4to. pp. 211; 212. with half-titles. engraved frontis. portrait of Jeanne d'Arc by Gaucher, & 21 engraved plates by, engraved by A very tall fine crisp copy on thick paper (deckle edge visible on some leaves, bound in contemporary tree calf, gilt backs, all edges gilt (some surface scarring to covers, but still a very nice copy). First Edition with these Illustrations, the frontispiece portrait of Jeanne d'Arc by Gaucher, and the other twenty-one plates engraved by Bacquoy, Choffard, Delignon, Delvaux, Duhamel, Dupréel, Lemire, Lingée, Malbeste, Patas, Pauquet, Ponce, and Romanet after designs by Lebarbier, Marillier, Monnet and Monsiau. "Très belle édition." (Cohen-De Ricci) Cohen-De Ricci 1034. Brunet V 1362. Bengesco 513.. F. Hardcover.

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      Paris: De l'Imprimerie de Didot le Jeune, L'An Troisiéme [1795].. Two volumes in one. 211;212pp. plus portrait and twenty-one engraved plates. Large, thick quarto (34 x 35.8 cm). Full early 19th century forest green morocco, spine elaborately gilt extra, ornate gilt side panels, a.e.g. Extremities rubbed, upper inner hinge and crown of joint cracking, endleaves a bit dusty, otherwise a very good copy. Bookplates. First edition thus, printed on thick, pale blue paper, and elegantly illustrated with the portrait (by Gaucher) and plates after Lebarbier, Marillier, Monnet, and Monsiau, engraved by Baquoy, Choffard, Delignon, Delvaux, Duhamel, Dupréel, Lemire, Lingée, Malbeste, Patas, Pauquet, Ponce and Romanet. "Très belle édition" Cohen - De Ricci. A mock- epic poem on the subject of St. Joan, LA PUCELLE proved itself one of Voltaire's most infamous and popular works. Due to its mildly licentious nature, many early editions were published surreptitiously, and a good number of them were suppressed. The first authorized edition was printed in Geneva in 1762. COHEN - DE RICCI 1034. BENGESCO 513.

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        Journal of a Residence and Tour in the Republic of Mexico in the Year 1826. With some Account of the Mines of that Country

      2 Volumes: viii+323 pages; iv+304+[i ad] pages with glossary. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5") in original paper covered boards and spine title labels as originally issued. From the library of Professor George M Foster. (Sabin:42852; Hill page 186) 1st edition.G F Lyon was an English traveler, born in Chichester, England, in 1795; died at sea in October, 1832. He entered the British naval service in 1809, was present at the attack on Algiers by Lord Exmouth in 1816, and in 1818 was commissioned to accompany Joseph Ritchie on his tour of exploration into central Africa. Ritchie died in Fezzan, and Lyon returned to England, after encountering many dangers and privations, which he described in his Narrative of Travels in Northern Africa (London, 1821). In 1821, in command of the Hecla, he accompanied Captain William E. Parry on his arctic expedition, publishing on his return The Private Journal of Captain G. F. Lyon (1824). In 1824 he sailed in command of the Griper' with the mission of exploring Melville peninsula, and following its western shore as far as Turn-again, he found, after three months' searching, a passage through the group of islets called Southampton island, but was unable to enter Repulse bay through Sir Thomas Rowe's Welcome. On 13 September, a violent tempest compelled him to return to England. The story of the voyage was told in A Brief Narrative of an Unsuccessful Attempt (1825). He subsequently passed several years in Mexico, and died on his return from a second visit to America. His remaining works are The SketchBook of Captain G. F. Lyon during Eighteen Months' Residence in Mexico, No. 1 (London, 1827), and Journal of a Residence and Tour in Mexico in 1828 (London, 1828).George McClelland Foster, Jr born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on October 9, 1913, died on May 18, 2006, at his home in the hills above the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, where he served as a professor from 1953 to his retirement in 1979, when he became professor emeritus. His contributions to anthropological theory and practice still challenge us; in more than 300 publications, his writings encompass a wide diversity of topics, including acculturation, long-term fieldwork, peasant economies, pottery making, public health, social structure, symbolic systems, technological change, theories of illness and wellness, humoral medicine in Latin America, and worldview. The quantity, quality, and long-term value of his scholarly work led to his election to the National Academy of Sciences in 1976. Virtually all of his major publications have been reprinted and/or translated. Provenance from the executor of Foster's library laid in. Condition:Spines renewed with original chipped spine labels laid on, front end papers chipped and damaged at edges, corners bumped and rubbed, Foster's stamp on end papers, old owner's signature on covers, internally near fine else over all very good.

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        NOVELAS EXEMPLARES Y AMOROSAS. Primera y segunda parte.

      Plácido Barco Lopez, Madrid 1795 - 20x14'5, 2h, 536p, corto margen superior, resto humedad. Pasta española (algo roz.), tejuelo y dorados en lomo. - Obra con clara influencia cervantina. Al realismo y carácter picaresco de estas novelas se une un cariz marcadamente amoroso. Destaca también la defensa que hace de la mujer. 1795

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      Imprenta Real Madrid. 1795. 2 Vol: Vol 1, X+262Pág+1h; Vol 2, 288Pág+1h. Primera edición española. James Cook, Gran explorador, cartógrafo y navegante realizo muchíssimos viajes, tres de ellos por el océano Pacífico, y puso en los mapas europeos muchas islas y costas por primera vez. Muy admirado y apreciado mundialmente. Ref 100 Biblioteca A.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Bien.

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        AMORI. Crisopoli, co' Tipi Bodoniani, 1795.

      - Cm.29,6x21,8. Pg.(8), 136. Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Titoli sbiaditi e fregi in oro al dorso a cinque nervature. Fogli di guardia marmorizzati. Ritratto dell'Autore inciso in medaglione al frontespizio. Il volume, celebrata edizione bodoniana, ad ampi margini, presenta evidenti aloni di umidità alla parte superiore del margine interno, in parte restaurati con dozzinali mende cartacee. Si tratta di una delle più stimate edizione bodoniane, purtroppo notevolmente difettosa nel nostro esemplare. Il Savioli fu docente di arte diplomatica nello studio bolognese, città ove nacque e visse tra il 1729 e il 1804. "Amori", libero rifacimento in anacreontiche dell'omonimo testo di Ovidio, vide la luce a Venezia per i tipi dei Remondini nel 1758, curata dall'abate Taruffi. ma ottenne ampia fama per la presente, splendida, edizione bodoniana, poi ristampata nel 1802. > Brooks, 597, "Edizione molto ben stampata". Gamba, 2670, "Edizione splendidissima, dall'impressore Bodoni indiritta all'Autore medesimo, cui scriveva, che compiacevasi "di dar nuova vita a Canzonette amorose, alle quali deve l'italico parnaso il vanto di avere il suo Ovidio, ma più robusto nello stile, e più candido nel costume". Giani, 72. De Lama, II, 107. Brunet, V, 156. Graesse, VI, 279. Parenti, "Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, inventati o supposti", 72. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London. 1795 - Size: 295 × 420 mm. Excellent condition. Print has had a slight clean. Sepia aquatint. A glorious and attractive sepia aquatint view of the popular French Riviera resort and town of Ventimiglia by Albanis Beaumont (1753-1810). The town is in the north Italian region of Liguria, near to the French border. Printed by T. Bensley, and published for William Faden in London. Beaumont was born in Piedmont, but naturalised in England. Between the years 1787 and 1806 he published a great number of views in the south of France, in the Alps, and in Italy. This print is from a scarce book of Travels through The Maritime Alps from Italy to Lyons, across the Col de Tende by way of Nice, Provence, Languedoc etc. Prints of this calibre and of this region are uncommon and desirable. Prints of this calibre and of this region are uncommon and desirable.

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      1795 - Materia: Libro antiguo impreso en Alcala de Henares con encuadernación perteneciente a los Principes de Asturias Maria Antonia de Borbon y Fernando VII. Publicación: Alcalá; Isidro Lopez y Arabaca, 1795 Descripción: en 8ª. 399 paginas, [1] en blanco., 51. encuadernación: estilo imperio. Conservación: Buen estado. buen ejemplar, cuidado, algo de oxido en el texto. Encuadernación: Tafilete verde; orla dorada con rocallas y motivos vegetales enmarcando anagramaM en plano ant. yF en el post., ambas con corona de principes; hierros dorados en lomo, cantos y contracantos; cortes dorados; decorado con ruedas con motivos vegetales, dejando cuadrados libres en las esquinas que alojan figuras geométricas encuadernado por Santiago Martín Sanz (1775-1828). Notas: María Antonia de Borbón fue princesa de Asturias (1784-1806), primera esposa de Fernando VII, siendo este príncipe de Asturias. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage a la Nouvelle Galles du Sud, a Botany-Bay, au Port Jackson, en 1787, 1788, 1789; . Trad. . par C. Pougens.

      1795 1795 - Paris 1795. 8vo. Nineteenth cent.qtr.calf (joints and upper spine worn). Gilt spine title. Raised gilt-lined spine bands. (XII,206,II,256,IVpp.). With marbled end-papers. Complete with half-title, but without the 2 plates as called for by F.231.

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        MEMOIRS OF THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED ... Translated from the French, by W. Hooper, M.A

      Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Dobson,. 1795. 12mo, pp. [i-v] vi-vii [viii-ix] x-xi [xii] [1] 2-360,. eighteenth-century full calf, red leather title piece.. Some darkening to edges of text block and some scattered foxing to. margins, but text block generally clean overall, a very good copy in. a nicely restored early American binding. (#109543). First U.S. edition. A translation of L'AN DEUX MILLE QUATRE CENT QUARANTE, first published in Amsterdam in 1771. "This first utopia set in future time was one of the eighteenth century's most successful books. It was immediately banned in France, put on the Inquisition's list of forbidden books in 1773, and condemned in Madrid in 1778 as a blasphemous work whose distributors, if discovered, would be fined five hundred ducats and sentenced to six years in prison. The Year 2440 had eleven editions in French between 1771 and 1799, as well as two English translations and translations into Dutch, Italian, and German. Investigation of its printing history leads Everett Wilkie to conclude that 'there were 18,000 copies in print in three languages by the end of 1772 and 30,000 copies by the end of 1782, at which point it had spread thoroughly over Europe ... 63,000 copies had been printed by Mercier's death' in 1814. The book was less successful across the Atlantic, but a 1795 Philadelphia edition was 'nevertheless, the first utopian novel published in North America.' George Washington and Thomas Jefferson owned copies of The Year 2440." - Alkon, Origins of Futuristic Fiction, p. 117. "... although the earliest specimens of futuristic fiction were in English, the glory of discovering the true potentialities of the genre belongs to the French -- to Sebastien Mercier who established the first satisfactory model of the new fiction ... The utopian prophecy of L'AN 2440, the first influential story of the future in world literature, became one of the most widely read books in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. The translations into Dutch and German, the English and American editions, and the many imitations show how Mercier beguiled his readers in two continents with the vision of a dream come true." - Clarke, The Pattern of Expectation 1644-2001, p. 23. See Alkon, Origins of Futuristic Fiction, esp. pp. 117-29. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 1-29; (1981) 1-123; (1987) 1-63; (1995) 1-63; and (2004) II- 757. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1476. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 2. Lewis, Utopian Literature, pp. 120-2. Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography 772. Versins, Encyclopédie de l'Utopie, des Voyages Extraordinaires et de la Science Fiction, p. 582. Bleiler (1978), p. 138. Reginald 10017. Evans 29068.

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        Memoirs of the Year Two Thousand Five Hundred. Tr. By W. Hooper.

      Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no. 41, South Second-Street, 1795. - Octavo. xi, [i], 360pp. A6-Z6, Aa6-Hh6. First American edition. Contemporary sheep, rebacked. Bowe & Daniels F633; Evans 29068; Wilkie, "L'Ans 2440," Harvard Library Bulletin; Bleiler (1948) p. 26. First utopian novel printed in America.

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        Die Knochenbrüche, die Verrenkungen und die Verkrümmungen beschrieben und durch Beispiele erläutet. 2 Bde. in 1 Band. Wien, C. Gerold 1836. 8°. VIII, 320 S., (XI-)XVI; XIV, 414 S., 1 Bl., mit 6 (mehrf. gefalt.) Kupfertafeln, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg. u. Rtit.

      - Hirsch-H. III - 16 - Lesky 273 - Goldschmid 150 (nur Bd. 2) - nicht in Wellcome u. Waller.- Erste Ausgabe.- Michael Hager (1795-1866) war Professor der praktischen Chirurgie u. Operationslehre an der medicinisch chirurgischen Josephsakademie in Wien.- ?Die gefalt Foliotafeln bringen eine große Anzahl von flott klassizistisch gezeichneten und gefällig in Punktierstich wiedergegebenen Porträts und Bildern: die ganze Figur und einzelne Gliedmaßen mit gut diagnostizierbaren Verrenkungen und Brüchen? (Goldschnid).- Inhaltsverz. jew. am Ende eingeb. - etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A narrative of the British embassy to China, in the years 1792, 1793, and 1794; containing the various circumstances of the embassy, with accounts of customs and manners of the Chinese, and a description of the country, towns, cities &c. &c. Basil, printed and sold by J.J. Tourneisen.

      1795 - A scarce Swiss-printed edition of the account made by Aeneas Anderson of Macartney’s British embassy to Peking in 1792-1794. Printed in 1795, the same year as the London first edition, the swift publication of this work in Basel shows that there was widespread interest in news of the embassy to China not only in Britain, but also in continental Europe. This was the first account of the embassy to be published and as Macartney’s personal servant Anderson was well-placed to record the course of events, which ended in disappointment for the British. In addition to a chronological description Anderson provides a “list of the gentlemen who composed the retinue of Earl Macartney”, an appendix containing “an account of the transactions of the squadron during the absence of the embassy, till their return on board his Majesty’s ship the Lion at Wampoa” and a short “glossary of Chinese words”. Anderson was assisted in preparing the work by the writer William Combe (1742-1823). ESTC lists 6 copies only of this edition (bE; eBINs; nCHS; nCSmH; nMiEM; nPU). Cordier 2386; Löwendahl 685; Lust 497. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vues d'Optique of Paris-"Vue du Pont Royal et du Pont Neuf a Paris"

      Paris: Chez Basset, 1795. Hand-colored copperplate engravings Framed size: 19 1/2" x 25" . Book.

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