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        Euphrosine ou Le tyran corrige. Comedie en trois actes et en vers par F. Hoffman. Representee pour la premiere fois par les Comediens Italiens le Samedi 4 Septembre 1790

      . Paris : Cousineau pere et fils, PN 239, [ca. 1795]. - Partitur. [1] Bll., 242 S. Fol. Gestochen. HPgt. d. Zt. Fehlstellen Titel auf 5 Stellen mit Papier überklebt. Bibliothekstempel und kl. Tintenvermerke auf Titel und Inhalt. Randschaden auf mehreren Stellen mit Papier überklebt, teilw. Noten überklebend. S. 67 unten kl. Textverlust (1 Note), S. 70/71 Randschaden mit Tesa überklebt. Deckel und Ecken schadhaft. Fingerfleckig. Minimal fleckig. Vorsatz und Vorderdeckel mit Bibliothekstempeln. // Full score. Engraved. Fol. Ex-library copy with stamps to front board and front endpaper. Small contemp. pen-markings to title and contents. Several outside corners torn and partially repaired, some covered with paper making notes unreadable. At page 67 loss to one note. Page 70/71 marginal damage repaired with sellotape. Boards dam., corners bumped. Soiling to outer lower corners.. Erstausgabe der Partitur. RISM M/MM 1810. Selten. Aus dem Bibliothek von Paul Dukas.

      [Bookseller: Musikantiquariat Paul van Kuik]
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        AN HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH CAMPAIGN ON THE CONTINENT, IN THE YEAR 1794; with the Retreat through Holland, in the year 1795.

      Birmingham, printed for the author by Swinney & Hawkins, 1797.FIRST EDITION, 1797, 4to, approximately 280 x 215 mm, 11 x 8¼ inches, large folding hand coloured map of the seat of war as frontispiece, 4 hand coloured folding plans, pages: x, 183, bound in full leather, ornate gilt borders to covers with floral motif at corners, rebacked with original backstrip laid on, gilt decoration to spine, gilt lettered morocco labels, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), all edges gilt, original pink endpapers retained. Spine rubbed and slightly worn, a few hairline cracks and chips to date label, few slight indentations and light scratches to covers, corners slightly worn, shelf wear to edges, inner paper hinges neatly repaired with matching cloth, small grazed patch on front pastedown, slight foxing to title page and prelims, 8 pages heavily foxed in Book III, occasional pale brown spot to margins, contents otherwise very bright and clean, small closed edge tear to map and 2 plans, neatly repaired on reverse. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Britain's part in the War of the First Coalition which represented the first major concerted effort of multiple European powers to contain Revolutionary France. Britain came into the war being waged by Austria, Prussia, Spain and others when Louis XVI was executed in 1793. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        A Voyage to Botany Bay with a description of the Country, manners, Customs, religion, &c. of the Natives... [and] A Sequel to Barrington's Voyage comprising an Interesting Narrative of the Transactions and Behaviour of the Convicts; the Progress of the Colony...[etc.]

      London: C. Lowndes and... H.D. Symonds, n.d. [circa 1795] &, 1801. Octavo, engraved frontispiece and title vignette to the first work; a fine copy, completely uncut in original papered boards, spine partly defective, preserved in a folding cloth box. Complete with the sequel. A desirable copy of an early pairing of the first two Barrington Botany Bay works; entirely as issued, uncut in original papered boards. By the time Barrington was transported to Botany Bay on the Third Fleet of 1791, his name was legendary in England due to his daring criminal exploits. Chapbook accounts of his trial were bestsellers, and unscrupulous London publishers were quick to exploit his notoriety to market a string of books on transportation and the new colony. The first work to bear his name was A Voyage to Botany Bay, which first appeared in 1795. A number of editions were published in this form, some dated, some undated as here; all editions are scarce. So popular was this account that A Sequel to Barrington's Voyage was issued in 1800. It was quickly reprinted in 1801, at which time the publisher then released the two works together, of which the present copy is an unusually fine example. Although these titles were certainly not the work of Barrington, they nonetheless provided considerable detail on eighteenth-century New South Wales not available elsewhere. Their popularity points to an English public whose appetite for news of the new colony was not satisfied by the more prestigious and expensive journals of the First Fleet officers.

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        Capitainens vid Engelske Ammiralitetet, Wiliam Bligh's Resa i Söderhafvet Åren 1788, 1789, 1790

      Nyköping: Joh. Pet. Hammarin, 1795. Small octavo, woodcut headpiece; a little mild foxing, bottom edge of title-page neatly repaired yet very good in understated contemporary half calf. First Swedish edition. First Swedish edition of Bligh's Voyage to the South Seas. Rolf du Rietz's excellent note in the catalogue of the Kroepelien catalogue explains that this very rare version was anonymously translated by Carl Fr. Landell from Georg Forster's German edition of the Bligh account, and includes Forster's introduction. As with the German edition on which it is based, this book only includes the new material from the 1792 Voyage: that is, none of the Narrative section is included here, and a footnote explains that Ödmann's Swedish translation of that part should be thought of as the "second volume", so-called. This explains, in passing, the otherwise rather cryptic "Förrste Delen" ("first part") noted on the title-page here. Such a publishing arrangement had been Bligh's original intention for the English edition, but he considered that some sections of the Narrative should be revised for republication. Ferguson noted only the Mitchell copy and another in the Kroepelien collection.

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        Capitainens vid engelske ammiralitetet Wiliam Bligh's resa i Söderhafvet åren 1788, 1789, 1790, hans half-årige vistande på ön O-Taheiti och hemresa från ön Timor till England.

      Öfversättning. Förrste delen. Nyköping, J. P. Hammarin, 1795. 8:o. XVI,219,(1) s. Häftad i samtida gråpappomslag med en senare handskriven titel. Oskuren. Titelbladet med en svårläst samtida namnteckning, en delvis bortskrapad stpl med en lagning på baksidan och en lagad reva i övre marginalen. På s. 17 är en bit av nedre marginalen bortklippt. Med ett löst bilagt delvis handskrivet brev av Rolf Du Rietz.. Du Rietz Bibliotheca Polynesiana 95. Ferguson Bibliography of Australia 216. Översatt av Carl Fredrik Landell. Den sista tredjedelen av resans första del, vilken innefattar det berömda myteriet på Bounty och efterföljande händelser, översattes och gavs ut 1792 i Uppsala. Det avsnittet - den i titeln till föreliggande skrift underförstådda "andra delen" - är uteslutet här, i stället redogörs för Bountys färd från England till Tahiti och Blighs hemfärd från Timor via Batavia till England. Översättaren avslutar sitt förord: "Så snart man ärhåller beskrifningarne öfver capitainerne Edvards och Bligh's här omnämnde senare resor, hvarom redan är föranstalltat, skola de genast blifva utgifna, såsom i ett sammanhang med detta verk." William Bligh (1754-1817) hade gjort karriär inom marinen och tjänat för kapten James Cook innan han fick befäl över skeppet Bounty 1787. Efter det bekanta myteriet 1789 sattes Bligh och de män som var lojala med honom på drift i en mindre båt. Efter åtskilliga umbäranden lyckades Bligh och hans män ta sig till ön Timor i nuvarande Indonesien

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        Saturday evening The Husbandman's return from labour

      J. Brydone, London 1795 - A fine stipple engraving depicting a rural idyll in 18th-century England. The image shows a family outside the door of their cottage. The father has just returned from the field. His wife hands him his youngest child, whom he kisses fondly. His other four children are gathered companionably to his left: the eldest daughter sits quietly darning some stockings, her younger sister washes a younger brother. A second brother watches attentively as a pair of piglets eat the scraps from a wicker basket. What became known as the "deserving poor" was an ever growing Romantic concern throughout the 19th century, as the industrialization of England took hold. The Romantic ideal of families living in a hard but harmonious relation to the soil was already in 1795 fading away, as the long process of enclosure deprived people like these of the land they worked, forcing them to seek jobs in towns. So this was, at the time of publication, an already somewhat nostaligc look a rural family life. William Bigg "was a pupil of Edward Penny, R.A., and by choice of his subjects at least a faithful follower of his master. In 1778 he entered the Academy schools. Bigg delighted in depicting. children. The first of many engaging works of this class was exhibited in 1778, 'Schoolboys giving Charity to a Blind Man.' It was followed a year later by one similar, 'A Lady and her Children relieving a Distressed Cottager.' Besides these his 'Palemon and Lavinia,' the 'Shipwrecked Sailor Boy,' and 'Youths relieving a Blind Man' were highly popular works, and were all engraved. Two good pictures from his easel are preserved in the Cottonian Museum at Plymouth. by choice of subjects and general manner of treatment he would rightly be classed with Wheatley and Morland. He was highly popular in his day, and the best engravers were employed upon his work." (DNB). Stipple-engraving, by William Nutter, after Bigg.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Beskrifning öfver svenska vestindiska ön St.

      Barthelemi, samt öarne St. Eustache och St. Christopher. Sthlm, A. Zetterberg, 1795. 8:o. (8),207 s. & 1 utvikbar grav. plansch & 1 utvikbar grav. karta. Häftad i samtida gråpappomslag. Småskador upp- och nedtill på ryggen. Enstaka obetydliga lager- och småfläckar. En mindre solkfläck i yttermarginalen på s. 68. Liten reva närmast häftningen på den utvikbara kartan. Bra ex.. Översattes även till tyska 1798. Bengt Anders Euphrasén (1756-97) översatte Linnés "Termini botanici" till svenska 1792 men är mest berömd för sina insatser inom klassificeringen av fiskarna. Han var på 1780-talet anställd hos Clas Alströmer för att vårda dennes naturaliesamlingar. Genom Alströmers rekommendation erhöll han respengar av Vetenskapsakademien för att fara till St. Barthelemy och även några av de kringliggande öarna. Han skulle där insamla naturalier och författa en beskrivning över kolonin. Euphrasén anlände till St. Barthelemy med briggen Antonetta den 8 februari 1788 och återvände den 20 juni samma år. Vid sidan av denna beskrivning publicerade han några uppsatser i "Vetenskapsakademiens handlingar". Kartan användes första gången i Sven Dahlmans "Beskrifning om S. Barthelemy" från 1786. Den graverades av Gjörwell eller hans son. Planschen avbildar en vitfläckig örnrocka och togs fram för Euphraséns presentation av fisken i "Vetenskapsakademiens handlingar" 1790. Euphrasén slutade sina dagar som botanisk demonstrator vid Serafimerlasarettet

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      Imprenta Real. Madrid, 1795 - . 18 cm. 235 pág. Señal de antigua humedad en el margen de varias pág. Enc. pasta española. Belles arts, pintura i escultura Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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        A Compendious Geographical and Historical Grammar; A Compendious Geographical Dictionary; A New Biographical Dictionary; A Dictionary of the English Language; The Royal Pocket Dictionary French and English and English and French [5 volumes]

      Published by W. Peacock, G. C. And J. Robinson and Others 1795-99, London - , 5 uniform volumes, Geographical Grammar complete with 13 maps handcoloured in outline, Geographical Dictionary with 6 maps handcoloured in outline First Editions and later editions , light marks to boards, spines a little darkened, all firmly bound and internally clean, the books are in very good condition , full red morocco, with gilt titles and decoration on spines, all edges gilt Small Ocatvo, 14 x 9 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1795. Pasta espanola. IX+159Pag+ 1 Despelgable. 25x18. Magnificas tablas del siglo XVIII de Astronomia y Navegacion. Ref 2.7 Biblioteca A.

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        SEGUNDA COLECCION DE ALGUNOS PROVERBIOS DE SALOMON, explicados por el amante de la religion, y publica felicidad.

      Imp. del Diario. (Valencia), 1795 - . 19,5 cm. 145-IV pág. (sign. []4, B-K4, A-F4, G6). Notas al pie. Enc. en media piel, nervios, tejuelos. Ejemplar algo corto de márgenes. Cerco de antigua humedad en hojas de índices, sin afectar a la lectura. La primera edición de la colección había visto la luz un año antes. Esta segunda parte es rarísima. CCPB 715833-5 sólo menciona un ejemplar de esta edición en Valencia. proverbios, salomón Paremiologia, apotegmes, refranys, proverbis Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: First Edition]

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      . Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura 1 Edicion. Madrid. 1795. 2 Vol: Vol 1, X+262Pag+1h; Vol 2, 288Pag+1h. Primera edicion espanola. James Cook, Gran explorador, cartografo y navegante realizo muchissimos viajes, tres de ellos por el oceano Pacifico, y puso en los mapas europeos muchas islas y costas por primera vez. Muy admirado y apreciado mundialmente. Ref 100 Biblioteca A.

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        Capitainens vid Engelske Ammiralitetet, Wiliam Bligh's Resa i Söderhafvet Åren 1788, 1789, 1790?

      Joh. Pet. Hammarin, Nyköping 1795 - Small octavo, woodcut headpiece; a little mild foxing, bottom edge of title-page neatly repaired yet very good in understated contemporary half calf. First Swedish edition. First Swedish edition of Bligh's Voyage to the South Seas. Rolf du Rietz's excellent note in the catalogue of the Kroepelien catalogue explains that this very rare version was anonymously translated by Carl Fr. Landell from Georg Forster's German edition of the Bligh account, and includes Forster's introduction. As with the German edition on which it is based, this book only includes the new material from the 1792 Voyage: that is, none of the Narrative section is included here, and a footnote explains that Ödmann's Swedish translation of that part should be thought of as the "second volume", so-called. This explains, in passing, the otherwise rather cryptic "Förrste Delen" ("first part") noted on the title-page here. Such a publishing arrangement had been Bligh's original intention for the English edition, but he considered that some sections of the Narrative should be revised for republication. Ferguson noted only the Mitchell copy and another in the Kroepelien collection. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Graf Benjowsky oder die Verschwörung auf Kamtschatka . Ein Schauspiel in fünf Aufzügen. [Count Benyowsky:The Conspiracy of Kamchatka, a tragi-comedy in five acts]

      Kummer, Leipzig 1795 - Octavo, engraved vignette on title, various annotated stage directions in red pencil; short tear to title, some wear to head of spine, a good copy in contemporary half calf, paper label on spine. Benyowsky exploits staged. Rare play based on the exploits of Hungarian adventurer Count Benyowsky in the Pacific Ocean, Benyowsky (actually Be?ovsk) was a Hungarian noble who was captured and imprisoned by the Russians for his support of the Polish nationalists. In 1770 Benyowsky was exiled in Kamchatka in eastern Siberia, at a time when there had been few European incursions in the region beyond the visits of Russian fur-traders. With the help of some fellow prisoners he managed to escape and commandeer a Russian battleship for a voyage to California via the northern Pacific. He navigated through the Aleutian Islands, but had to change course to Japan, Formosa, and Macao, where he arrived in 1771. On his arrival in France the following year, he was empowered by King Louis XV to establish trading posts on Madagascar. As self-proclaimed Emperor of Madagascar, he was to become a rich source of inspiration for writers, poets, composers, and painters.This play loosely based on Benyowsky's life is by German playwright August von Kotzebue, father of the famous navigator Otto von Kotzebue. In part because of Benyowsky's pro-independence beliefs, when the play premiered in American it was part of a bill which included the first ever public performance of the Star Spangled Banner, in Baltimore on 19 October 1814.

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        Picturesque Views on the Upper, or Warwickshire, Avon from Its Source at Naseby to its Junction with the Severn at Tewkesbury

      London: R. Faulder, 1795. London: R. Faulder, 1795 London: R. Faulder, 1795. First Edition. xviii, 284 pp. Illustrated with frontispiece, 29 sepia aquatints, 2 engraved portraits & 1 copper engraved map, plus woodcuts within the text. Quarto, trimmed, 9 x 6.5, ooriginal calf over boards rebacked in sheep, gilt dec., dentelles, morocco lettering pieces, marbled endpapers. See scans. Abbey, scenery 427 - As with many copies, the added engraved title has a trimmed-away caption. Binding a bit worn, but sturdy and handsome; book shows little foxing. Near Fine internally in a solid very good or better binding; see scans. Also, for the collector of scarce old bookseller's pasted labels, the front pastedown bears the small [.5" x 1"] label of: "Lapworth. Printer, Binder, Performer, Newspaper Agent. Stratford. " Samuel Ireland, an engraver, collector and publisher who worked in London at the close of the eighteenth century and who was unfortunately [and at least initially unwittingly] connected with some rather infamous Shakespeare forgeries, would doubtless prefer to be better remembered - and perhaps should be - for his series of visually evocative geographical offerings, such as this one, than for the scandal. But people will be people. Please see all scans. L53n

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        Cries of London, Plate 6. Knives, Scissors and Razors to Graind. Couteaux, Ciseaux, Rasoirs a repasser.

      - London: Published by Colnaghi & Co. No. 132 Pall Mall, Jan. 1 1795. Colour printed stipple engraving. Printed on wove paper. In good condition, tight margins. Image size: 14 x 11 inches. 17 3/8 x 13 inches. The knife sharpener passes through The "Cries of London" was a recurring theme in English printmaking for over three centuries. These colourful prints form a visual record of London's "lower orders", the peddlers, charlatans, street hawkers, milkmaids, and grocers who made their living on the city streets. They give the viewer a glimpse of a long forgotten London where tradesmen would advertise their wares with a musical shout or a melodic rhyme. Different versions of the "Cries" vary in tone from idealistic visions of contented street vendors to satirical caricatures of humorous urban figures. One of the most famous series of "London Cries" is the group of pretty pictures executed by Francis Wheatley. Wheatley's series was immensely popular and enjoyed a long period of success in the English print shops. Between 1792 and 1795 Wheatley exhibited 14 paintings of the "Cries" at the Royal Academy. The pictures attracted a great deal of attention at the exhibition and Colnaghi & Co. quickly agreed to publish a series of engravings after Wheatley's famous series. Only thirteen of the fourteen paintings were engraved and they were offered for sale individually or in a portfolio collection. The prints, which were executed in stipple, were engraved by some the most noted engravers in England; artists such as Luigi Schiavonetti, Giovanni Vendramini and Thomas Gaugain all contributed their work to the series. Complete collections of the "Cries" remained immensely popular, and by 1910 they were fetching more than James Audubon's folio "Birds of America" at auction. This lovely print is plate eight in the series and depicts a cherry seller weighing out a portion of cherries for two eager children. Roberts F. Wheatley, R.A. His Life and Works London, 1910, pp.28-32

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        Lodoiska. Comedie en trois actes, en prose. Paroles de Mr. de Jaure. Representee pour la premiere fois, par les Comediens Italiennes. Grave par Huguet

      . Paris : Auteur; Sieber, PN 1222, [ca. 1795]. - Partitur [1], 198 S. Fol. Gestochen. Einige Lagen lose. Titel teils wasserfleckig. Teils randfleckig. Kl. Randschaden. HPgt. d. Zt. Deckel beschabt. Innengelenk gebrochen. // Full score. Fol. Engraved. Contemp. half-parchment. Boards shaved. Some quires loose. Inner hinged split. Title partly waterstained, partly soiled at margins. Sm. damage to margins and corners.. RISM K/KK 2074. Frühe Titelauflage der Erstausgabe.

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        The United States Gazetteer: Containing an Authentic description of the Several States, their situation, extent, boundaries, soil, produce, climate, trade, and manufactures.

      Philadelphia: F. and R. Bailey, . First edition. 1795 - Pp. (engraved title page), vi, (errata leaf), 292 (unpaginated), with 18 of 19 engraved folding maps (the frontispiece map of the United States is lacking here). Contemporary tree calf with original red morocco spine label, 12mo (6.5 inches x 4.25 inches). This is the first gazetteer of the United States. It illustrates and describes the states and territories 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. The frontispiece map of the United States is missing but all individual state maps are present. This is from the library of Jon Speed, father of Joshua Fry Speed, friend of Abraham Lincoln. It is signed by J. Speed on the first page of the text. The book was acquired from a descendant of Jon Speed. Small ink map drawn on the front attached endpaper in an old hand (perhaps by Jon Speed). A rare piece of early Americana with an historical association. See also Howes S-237 and Sabin 78331. Tree calf on spine a little age-darkened, some discoloration to the margins of the attached endpapers (likely from the original adhesive used), rear free endpaper with some marginal loss and with a few ink smudges to the top margin, ink smudges to the outer margins of a few text pages including two maps, title page with light marginal browning, the text and folding maps are bright and clean; a tight copy in very good condition in the original binding.

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        A Proof of the True and Eternal Godhead Our Lord Jesus Christ; Against Modern Attacks.

      Printed By John Paterson, Edinburgh 1795 - String bound stains, foxing. iii. 136 pgs. Dionysius was Professor of Philosophy, Mathematics, and Astronomy, at Leyden. Which Gained the Highest Prize of the Hague Society, for the Defence of Chriftianity, 1792. College library stamps. Owners name title page; Summer, Esq. Rare copy OCLC finds 4 held of this first edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Rosaliens Briefe an ihre Freundin Mariane von St**. Von der Verfasserin des Fräuleins von Sternheim. Neue verbesserte Ausgabe. 3 Bde. Altenburg, Richter, 1797. Halblederbde. d. Zt. mit 2 verschiedenfarbigen, geprägten Rückenschildchen; berieben u. etw. bestoßen, die kl. Schildchen mit der Bandnummerierung u. Deckelecken beschabt.

      . . Goed. IV/1, 592, 4; Kaldewey, Kat. "Hehres und Triviales", III, 166: "Der erste weibliche Entwicklungsroman d. Zt.", in dem das Leben der Briefschreiberin von den Mädchenjahren bis zur Geburt des ersten Kindes geschildert wird. "In der Romanperson des Oheims wird ihr Mann La Roche gezeichnet, in der des Clebergs Sophiens Jugendfreund Wieland" (Kaldewey). Die hier vorliegende zweite, im Originalverlag erschienene Auflage, ist ebenso selten wie die Erstausgabe. Exemplar aus dem Vorbesitz von "Jenny Droste-Hülshoff" (handschriftlicher Eintrag in allen drei Bänden). Jenny (1795-1859) ist die ältere Schwester Annette v. Droste-Hülshoffs. Nachdem sie den wesentlich älteren Freiherrn v. Lassberg geheiratet hatte und mit ihm das Alte Schloss in Meersburg bezog, kam Annette häufig zu Besuch an den Bodensee und lebte schließlich seit 1841 bis zu ihrem Tode vornehmlich dort. - Durchgängig gebräunt u. stockfleckig, mehrere Paginierungsfehler zum Schluss von Band 2 (aber so vollständig). ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Dürnstein, Ansicht von Stadttor und Stadtmauer.

      . Aquarell, teilweise über Bleistift, auf Velin, links unten signiert "Schubert."; verso signiert "Schubert.". 22,8:32,7 cm. Rand oben und unten unregelmäßig beschnitten, in den Ecken leicht bestoßen, links oben leichte Knickfalte.. In Nahsicht hält Schubert die auch heute noch kleine, in der Wachau gelegene Ortschaft Dürnstein in Niederösterreich fest, einem der bekanntesten touristischen Ziele in Österreich. Dabei zeigt er sich der Spätromantik verpflichtet, wenn er auch durch die Unmittelbarkeit des spontan erfaßten Landschaftsausschnitts erste realistische Züge erarbeitet. Der vor allem als Blumenmaler und Aquarellist tätige Wiener Künstler Schubert, Sohn des Malers Carl Schubert (1795-1855), war ein Neffe des Komponisten Franz Schubert. Er studierte bei T. Ender (1793-1875) und F. Steinfeld (1787-1868). Bekannt sind heute noch seine fast 300 Autogramme und Korrespondenzstücke von bedeutenden Persönlichkeiten des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts, wie Maria Theresia, der Familie Auersperg und von Schriftstellerinnen und Schriftstellern wie Karoline Pichler, Nikolaus Lenau, Joseph Schreyvogel, Voltaire, Franz Grillparzer und Johann Gabriel Seidl, die er teils über Kontakte zur damaligen Kunstszene, teils aus persönlicher Sammelleidenschaft angesammelt hatte.

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        Karte von dem Königreiche Spanien nach Lopez

      Wien ca. 1795. Karte zeigt gesamt Spanien und Portugal, koloriert, Kupferstich, 55 x 68. Zustand: Falz unten fachmänisch restauriert

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        Prolegomena ad Homerum sive de Operum Homericum prisca et genuina forma variisque mutationibus et probabili ratione emendandi. Volumen I (all that appeared).

      Halis Saxonum (Halle), E Libreria Orphanotrophei, 1795. 8vo. Contemporary half calf with five raised bands and gilt title-and tome-labels. Very neatly rebacked. Very nice and clean. An excellent copy. (6), CCLXXX pp.. Scarce first edition of the epoch-making work that founded modern philological scholarship and began the modern debate over the date of writing of Homer's works, creating in turn the two Homeric schools of thought, the Analysts and the Unitarians. Although the work bears on the title-page the words "Volumen I", no second volume ever appeared, and Wolf never made any attempt to compose it. "When Wolf took up his professorship in 1783, a critical point in the history of education had been reached. New ideas derived from Locke and Rousseau were at work and Wolf longed to enter the fray. He found able and enlightened allies in the ministers of Frederick the Great, and with their help and by his enthusiasm he was able to carry out his long-cherished plan to give a new basis to the science of philology. To Wolf this meant philology in the original sense - love of letters, of learning and of language. He defined it as "the knowledge of human nature as exhibited in antiquity"; its matter was everything that remained of ancient culture, to which an equal care and scholarship must be devoted. The "Prolegomena to Homer", the best exposition of Wolf's beliefs, were written in a great hurry to meet the needs of a lecture course, and they have all the merits of good lectures: command of method, the gift of inspiration, penetration and breadth of view. Wolf's thesis is no theory, but a collection of great ideas, which laid the foundations for the dominance of German scholarship in the nineteenth century. They have inspired and given purpose to education ever since." (Printing and the Mind of Man).With the 18th century came major developments in classical scholarship, the greatest of the classic epics being no exception - Homeric scholarship changed dramatically, and the end of the century saw the opening of the discussion which was to dominate the 19th and 20th centuries, namely that of the "Homeric question". The Homeric question is essentially the question of the identity of the poet(s) of the Homeric epics, and the nature of the relationship between "Homer" and the epics. In the 19th century it came to be the fulcrum between two opposed schools of thought, the Analysts and the Unitarians. The issue came about in the context of 18th-century Romantic interest in popular lays and folktale, and the growing recognition that the Homeric epics must have been transmitted orally before being written down, possibly much later than "Homer" himself. The key to determining who Homer was, lay in the answer to the question of when the poems were composed.The modern debate over exactly when they took on a fixed written form, began with the present work by Wolf. According to Wolf, the date of writing is among the first questions in the textual criticism of Homer. He considers the real mode of transmission of the poems and acknowledges that it was oral, arguing that they were composed in the mid-10th century BC. He further concludes that the Iliad and the Odyssey could not have been composed in the form in which we know them without the aid of writing and that they changed considerably over time in the hands of bards performing them orally and editors adapting written versions to contemporary tastes. The apparent artistic unity of the poems must have come about after their transcription.This new form of philological scholarship completely altered the way that philology has been done ever since the appearance of the present work

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        Reize rondom de waereld. Vertaald door J.D. Pasteur.

      Leyden, Amsterdam, 's Hage, Honkoop, Allart en van Cleef, 1795-1803.13 volumes + index volume. Contemporary half calf (top of spines of 3 volumes sl. dam.) with red morocco labels on spines; index volume half calf (not uniform). With engraved portrait, 13 engraved title-pages, 52 folding engraved maps by C. van Baarsch and 134 engraved plates (mostly folding) by J.S. Klauber. * First collective Dutch edition. - The three great voyages by James Cook (1728-1779), the first really scientific navigator. Vol. I-III contain the life of Cook and the first voyage 1768-1771, vol. IV-VII contain the second voyage 1772-1775, vol. VIII-XIII contain the third voyage 1776-1780. 'Cook earned his place in history by opening up the Pacific to western civilization and by foundation of British Australia. The world was given for the first time an essentially complete knowledge of the Pacific Ocean and Australia, and Cook proved once and for all that there was no great southern continent, as had always been believed. He also suggested the existence of antarctic land in the southern ice ring, a fact which was not proved until the explorations up the 19th century. Cook was a brilliant navigator and hydrographer, an excellent administrator and planner, and probably the first sea captain to realize the importance of preserving the health and well-being of his crew' (P.M.M. p.135). - (Some volumes sl. waterstained).Tiele 268; Cat. NHSM I, p.140; Beddie 52.

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        A Narrative of the British Embassy to China, in the Years 1792, 1793 and 1794

      T. And J. Swords, New York 1795 - Containing Various Circumstances of the Embassy, with Accounts of Customs and Manners of the Chinese; and a description of the country, Towns, Cities, etc. The author has also added the journal of the Lion and Hindostan from Chusan to Canton, as it contains much curious and useful information relating to the navigation of a long range of the coasts of China not generally known during this period and may have been important to future voyages. xxiv, 328pp. with pages xiv-xvi containig a list of the gentlemen who composed the retinue of Earl Macartney, their specific jobs, and those who had died during the voyage, and includes a (2) page glossary of Chinese words, bound in original full calf, black morocco spine label gilt, flat spine ruled in gilt, corners worn, upper and lower joints split but not broken through, no foxing just a bit of overall toning. A very good copy of this very interesting narrative which he begins from England to China and describes those countries in-between. Small Octavo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magna Britannia, Francia & Hibernia

      London - George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1795. London - George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collectionof the original printed documents stating new acts in parliament,under the reign of George III. Includes An act to enlarge the term and powers of two acts, passed in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the second, and in the sixteenth year of the reign of his present majesty, for repairing and widening the road from the white stoop, near the North End of the town of Derby, through the towns of Duffield and Chesterfield, in the county of Derby, An act for cleansing , lighting, watching, and otherwise improving the town of Sheffield in the county of York 8th May 1818, An act for lighting with gas the town and parish of Sheffield in the county of York 23rd May 1818, An act for the regulation of Parish Vestries 3rd June 1818, An act for repealing two acts for repairing the roads from little sheffield in the county of York, to Sparrow Pitt Gate in the county of Derby 10th June 1825, An act for better supplying with water the town and Parish of Sheffield in the county of York 29th May 1830, An act for better lighting with gas the borough of Sheffield in the West Riding of the County of York 30th July 1835, An act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to highways in that part of Great Britain called England 31st August 1835, and finally An act to regulate Parochial Assessments 19th August 1836. With Loxley Brothers booksellers label to the front pastedown. Condition: In a half calf binding. Externally, a trifle rubbed, with wear to the spine and extremities, and lifting backstrip. Both boards are held by the cords only. Internally, firmly bound,with pages thatare generally bright with only the occasional spot or handling mark, and off-setting. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        The School For Scandal

      Dublin - J. Ewling, 1795. Dublin - J. Ewling, 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An edition of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's popular play. With a prologue by David Garrick, Sheridan's predecessor as manager at Drury Lane. Condition: Disbound. Front free endpaper is starting but the textblock is otherwise generally firmly bound. Bright with spotting to first and last few pages. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        'Die Vereinigten Niederlande':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johann Wenzel Engelman in Wien aus Kriegs Atlas zum Gebrauch für Zeitungsleser verlegt in Wien, 1795, 15,7 x 20,9 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Nicht bei van der Heijden, De kaart van Nederland in de Franse Tijd 1795-1814. - Zeigt 7 Provinzen der Vereinigten Niederlande. - Oben links Titelkartusche mit Merkur und Schiffen.

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        Church and State

      London - G. G. and J. Robinson, 1795. London - G. G. and J. Robinson, 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of this examination of the separation of church and state, and the division of power between the Church and the law. Francis Peter Plowden (17491829) was a lawyer and historian. With the lifting of the restrictions preventing Roman Catholics from pleading, Plowden was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in 1796. He would have acquired considerable practice in the chancery courts had he not been held back by a misunderstanding with the lord chancellor. He became eminent, however, as a legal and political writer, and published several pamphlets against William Pitt the younger. Monastic bookplate to front pastedown. Condition: Rebound in paper-covered boards. Externally worn, with some loss to the boards. Hand-written spine label. Rear joint failed, with board detached. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places. Library label to front pastedown. Pages are mainly bright, with some scattered light spotting throughout. Overall: FAIR..

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        Landschaftsansicht, "Gegend von Hirschberg nach Schmiedeberg in Schlesien.".

      . altkol. Umrißkupferstich v. D. Berger n. Reinhard, dat. 1795, 27 x 40. Daniel Berger ( 1744 - 1824, Kupferstecher in Berlin ) stach Riesengebirgsmotive nach Bildern von Carl Christoph Reinhardt ( 1733 - 1827 ). - Das Blatt ist altgerahmt ( Goldrahmen mit Schrägschnittpassepartout ).

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        The History of the Church of Christ. Vol. 2: Containing the fourth and fifth Centuries.Vol. 4 Parts I: The Reminder of the thirteenth Century, also fourteenth fiftennth and Part of the sixteenth Century. Edited from the Manuscripts of J. Milner, with Additions, corrections by I. Milner. Part II: A continuation of the sixteenth Century. On Plan of J. Milner by I. Milner.

      Cambridge 1795, 1803 Printed by John Burges & University Press. First Edition., 1795, 1803, 1809.. 8°, Ledereinband. XI/595 + 1, XXII/409/71, XIV/409-1168/29 P. Full calf leather binding in good condition

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        LES AVENTURES DE TÉLÉMAQUE, fils d'Ulysse. [2 volumes].

      1795 - Paris, Antoine Augustin Renouard, 1795. Deux volumes grand in-quarto (237 X 311) veau fauve flammé, plats ornés d'un encadrement de grecque et large dentelle dorées, dos lisse, frise en place des nerfs, rosace dans les compartiments, chainettes et filets en queue, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin rouge et vert lierre, coiffes filetées, coupes ornées d'une chainette, chasses ornées d'un filet à grandes perles, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Tome I: (4) ff. de faux-titre, titre illustré, titre et sommaire, 366 pages, 12 gravures ; Tome II: (4) ff. de faux-titre, titre illustré, titre et sommaire, 348 pages, 12 gravures. BELLE ÉDITION du libraire et bibliophile Antoine-Augustin RENOUARD. Elle fut imprimée par Pierre Causse à Dijon, sous la direction de Renouard. L'ouvrage, d'une très belle qualité typographique, a été tiré à 265 EXEMPLAIRES sur papier vélin, dont deux cent quarante furent immédiatement achetés par le baron de Lunas pour employer des assignats. Ces exemplaires ne réapparurent qu'en 1817, à la vente des livres du baron. D'après le catalogue de sa bibliothèque, Renouard possédait l'un des quatre exemplaires tirés sur vélin supérieur, auquel avait été ajoutée la suite des gravures de Tilliard, et était relié en vélin avec dos de maroquin vert. D'après une note ancienne au verso de la contregarde, notre exemplaire serait également l'UN DE CES QUATRE EXEMPLAIRES IMPRIMÉS SUR VÉLIN SUPÉRIEUR: il est en effet plus épais que le vélin du tirage courant, et est également enrichi de la suite de figures gravées. EXEMPLAIRE ENRICHI DE LA SUITE COMPOSÉE EN 1773 PAR JEAN-BAPTISTE TILLIARD. Elle est composée de deux titres illustrés: le premier contient le portrait de Fénelon en médaillon par Gaucher, le second est à la date de 1773 et porte l?adresse suivante: «A Paris, Chez l'auteur Quay des Grands Augustins, Maison de Mr. Debure » et de 24 FIGURES hors-texte gravées d'après les dessins de Charles Monnet par Tilliard. Ces figures, présentées dans un bel encadrement orné de feuillages, contiennent le texte des sommaires des chants. Treize des vingt-quatre estampes qui composent cette suite ont été tirées avant toutes lettres. «La suite de Tilliard, gravée dix ans auparavant, se vendait à part et on l'ajoutait facultativement à cette édition [celle de Didot en 1783]. Elle est fort rare avant la lettre. » (Cohen). UN ROMAN D'AVENTURES À L'USAGE D'ÉLÈVES ROYAUX : "Les Aventures de Télémaque" furent écrites par Fénelon (1651-1715) à l'intention des élèves royaux, et en particulier pour l'enseignement du duc de Bourgogne. Il s'agissait de faire connaître au futur souverain, petit-fils de Louis XIV, la culture antique qui imprégnait alors toute la civilisation moderne. Cependant ce roman contenait une critique implicite de l'absolutisme, et les plus hauts personnages de la Cour ont cru se reconnaître à travers certains portraits satiriques. L'ouvrage, rapidement interdit, provoqua la disgrâce de Fénelon à la Cour, mais connut également une célébrité immédiate. Diffusé clandestinement dans l'Europe entière, il fut l'un des livres les plus lus et les plus réédités, et il exerça une profonde influence sur la pensée philosophique des Lumières au XVIIIesiècle. Ainsi, Montesquieu le qualifia de «livre divin de ce siècle» et s'en inspira en adoptant le même procédé de distanciation dans ses "Lettres persanes". UN IMPRIMEUR BIBLIOPHILE : Antoine-Augustin RENOUARD (1765-1853) prit une part active aux débuts de la Révolution française. Électeur de 1791 et 1792, il fut membre du conseil général de la Commune de Paris et commissaire civil en 1793. C'est à cette période qu'il commença à publier des éditions d'ouvrages classiques qui se firent remarquer par leur élégance et leur correction. Arrêté puis libéré en 1794 et 1795, Renouard ne sera breveté libraire qu'en 1812. Collectionneur et bibliophile averti, il est également l'auteur de nombreuses et importantes bibliographies, qui font toujours référencetel que les "Annales de l'imp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Brand in Kopenhagen den 5, 6, und 7ten Junij, 1795.

      . (Köbenhavn 1795). Med kobberstukket titelvignet efter Eckersberg, 5 kobberplancher (nr. 1 er tegnet af C.D. Fritzsch, til prospekterne 2-4 er som forlaeg benyttet "Novus Atlas Daniae", stik 24 og 26-28, og prospekt nr. 5 er tegnet af J.G. Friedrich) samt 1 kort. Blankt omslag. Titelbl. rep. <br>With engraved title vignette after Eckersberg, 5 copperplates (no. 1 is drawn by C.D. Fritzsch, no. 2-4 after "Novus Atlas Daniae" and no. 5 is drawn by J.G. Friedrich) and 1 map. Blank wrappers. Titlepage repaired..

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        Der Bote aus Thüringen, Jahrgänge 1795 bis 1800 (gebunden in drei Bänden).

      Schnepfenthal, Im Verlage der Buchhandlung der Erziehungsanstalt, 1795 - 1800.. 6 Jahrgänge in 3 Bänden, jeder Jahrgang in 52 Stücken. 421, 416, 418, 416, 416, 416 S. Alle Jahrgänge mit gesondertem Jahresregister. Pergamentbände der Zeit. Rötlich marmorierter Buchschnitt. Illustriertes Titelblatt. Jahrgänge 1799 und 1800 mit 6 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Von dem evangelischen Pfarrer Christian Gotthilf Salzmann (1744 - 1811) 1788 gegründete Zeitschrift für Fragen der Geschichtswissenschaft und angewandten Pädagogik. Salzmann gründete 1784 die philanthropische Erziehungsanstalt Schnepfenthal bei Gotha. Im "Boten" nahm er unter anderem zu zahlreichen Erziehungsfragen seiner Zeit Stellung. Thematische Schwerpunkte der Jahrgänge 1795 bis 1800: Geschichte der Deutschen; Geschichte des Columbus; Die Lebensgeschichte William Penns; Die Lebensgeschichte Benjamin Franklins; Geschichte von Egypten.. Die Bände in sehr gutem unversehrten Zustand. Auch innen sehr saubere Exemplare. Seiten kaum fleckig, nur wenige Seitenhintergründe leicht gebräunt. Titelblätter mit kleinem Stempel. In toto sehr schöne Reihe dieser heute äußerst seltenen, kulturgeschichtlich aufschlußreichen Zeitschrift (vgl. Roswitha Christian Gotthilf Salzmanns "Der Bote aus Thüringen", Schnepfenthal 1788 - 1816. Eine Zeitschrift der deutschen literarischen Volksaufklärung an der Wende vom 18. zum 19. Jahrhundert, Frankfurt/M., Bern, New York, Paris Peter Lang Verlag, 1989). Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats.

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        Schweizerbriefe an Cäcilie, geschrieben im Sommer 1794.

      bei Carl Ludwig Hartmann., Berlin, 1795 - 2 Bände. Berlin, bei Carl Ludwig Hartmann. 1795-1796. 8°. 390 S.; VIII S., 374 S. und 9 Blatt gefaltete Musikbeilagen. Blaue Pappbände der Zeit mit schwarzen goldgeprägten Rückenschildern. Wäber 47. - Goedeke V, 467,6 (für den Autor). - Erste Ausgabe dieser literarisch-philosophischen Reiseschilderungen. Bouterwek (1766-1828) wurde 1792 Privatdozent für Philosophie in Weimar. Seine Schriften schwanken pendeln zwischen der literarischen Schwelgerei und der philosophischen Betrachtung. Sein Blick widmet er der Schönheit der Zürcherin, der Bernerin und der Genferin, wie auch dem Staatswesen, den philosophischen Schriften Rousseaus, und dem Zeitgeist. Ein deutscher Flaneur mit französischem Esprit. Die meist fehlenden 9 Musikbeilagen mit Liedkompositionen von Karl Friedrich Zelter und einem, wahrscheinlich Schweizer Komponisten Zumsteeg, den wir aber nirgends nachweisen können. - Das Inhaltsverzeichnis irrtümlich zu Beginn des 2. Bandes eingebunden. Titelrückseite mit kleinen Besitzerstempeln. Die Pappbände im Farbton leicht abweichend stellenweise stark beschabt. Ecken bestossen. Sprache: Deutsch Blaue Pappbände der Zeit mit schwarzen goldgeprägten Rückenschildern. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Philofophical Differtations on the Egyptians and Chinese in Two Volumes (Philosophical Dissertations on the Egyptians and Chinese)

      Printed by T. Chapman For J. Edwads, Pall-Mall., London 1795 - Original two volumes bound into marble boards. Leather spine and outer tips. Gilt titled labels on spines with 5 raised bands. Marbled paste downs and end papers. All edges painted. Very slight age toning to text. Printed errata at verso on full title page in both volumes. Some erasable pencil throughout both volumes. Hinges tight. Some edge wear and rubbing to the boards. Spines are also rubbed and scuffed. Titles readable on spine. Still. A solid very good set and quite scarce. See photo's [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy By Mr Yorick

      [Unknown] - [Unknown], 1795. [Unknown] - [Unknown], 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A mysterious little edition of literary titan Laurence Sterne&#39;s second novel. A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy waswritten and first published in 1768, as Sterne was facing death. In 1765, Sterne travelled through France and Italy as far south as Naples, and after returning determined to describe his travels from a sentimental point of view. The novel was extremely popular and influential and helped establish travel writing as the dominant genre of the second half of the 18th century. Unlike prior travel accounts which stressed classical learning and objective non-personal points of view, A Sentimental Journey emphasised the subjective discussions of personal taste and sentiments, of manners and morals over classical learning. Condition: In a full tree calf binding with leather spine label. Externally, rubbed with some wear to spine and corners. Hinges are strained with cords visible. Internally, firmly bound. pages are bright and clean but for the occasional spot or handling mark. Title page absent. Upper half-title torn, probably to remove previous owner&#39;s signature. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Discursos de la Nobleza de España. Corregidos y añadidos por el mismo Autor.

      Madrid, en la imprenta de don Antonio Espinosa, 1795. - in-4. XLVII. 280pp. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Traité classique sur la noblesse espagnole publié initialement en 1622 et plusieurs fois réimprimé jusqu'en 1987. Composé de 24 discours, il contient un grand nombre de chapitres sur l'histoire et les règles de la science héraldique espagnole. Le dernier discours est notamment consacré aux armes de Mérida, ville d'origine de Bernabé Moreno de Vargas (1576-1648). Il est aussi question des armes des Incas du Pérou. Palau, 182385. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissina

      London - Literary Association, 1795. London - Literary Association, 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An early copy of Johnson&#39;s famous apologue, in a full calf binding. Two volumes in one. Featuring an engraved portrait frontispiece. The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, is an apologue about happiness by Samuel Johnson. The book&#39;s original working title was &#39;The Choice of Life&#39;. He wrote the piece to help support his seriously ill mother with an intended completion date of January 22, 1759 (the eve of his mother&#39;s death). The book was first published in April 1759 in England, and the first American edition followed in 1768. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, worn. Boards held by the cords only. Internally, firmly bound. Generally clean with just the odd spot or mark. Ink signature to the titlepage. Overall: FAIR with a very good interior..

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        Karte von Amerika. Nach D'Anville und Pownall - Neu verzeichnet herausgegeben von Franz Joh. Jos. von Reilly. - 3 Nebenktn.: "Karte von der Republik der vereinigten dreyzehn Staaten in Nordamerika", nordwestlichster Teil Nordamerikas, Huson-Bay und Baffin-Bay.

      Gestochen von Kil. Ponheimer.: 1795 .. Altkolor. Kupferstich-Karte, 59 x 76,5 cm (Blattgröße: 68 x 93 cm). Aus: Grosser Deutscher Atlas. [Reilly'schen Landkarten und Kunstwerke Verschleiss Komtoir. Wien]. Karte Nr. VI. - Maßstab ca. 1 : 22 Mill. - Satter Abdruck auf starkem Papier. Teilweise, meist ausserhalb der Abbildung, an den Rändern fleckig.

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        Kolor. orig. Kupferstich-Karte aus Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly: Grosser Deutscher Atlas. Gestochen von Ignaz Albrecht

      Wien, Reilly'sches Landkarten und Kunstwerke Verschleiss Komptoir, 1795.. Ca. 40 x 65 cm.. Atlantes Austriaci I, 110, Rei D.- Gering gebräunter Mittelfalz, 2 kleine Braunflecke innerhalb der Darstellung, außerhalb der Darstellung ebenfalls etw. braunfleckig.

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        Kolor. orig. Kupferstich-Karte aus Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly: Grosser Deutscher Atlas. Gestochen von A. Amon.

      Wien, Reilly'sches Landkarten und Kunstwerke Verschleiss Komptoir, 1795.. Ca. 47 x 63 cm.. Atlantes Austriaci I, 110, Rei D.- Rechts oben mit Insetkarte: Halbinsel der Tschuktschen.- Gering gebräunter Mittelfalz, außerhalb der Darstellung etw. braunfleckig.

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        Anleitung zur geographischen Ortsbestimmung vorzüglich vermittelst des Spiegelsextanten.

      Göttingen, Vandenhoek und Ruprecht, 1795.. (19,5 x 12 cm). VIII (10) 514 S. Mit 7 Kupfertafeln. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe seiner ersten Veröffentlichung in einem Exemplar aus dem Besitz des berühmten Hamburger Instrumentenbauers Johann Adolf Repsold. - Bohnenberger (1765-1831), Professor für Mathematik und Astronomie in Tübingen, gilt als einer der Vorkämpfer der deutschen Geodäsie. Das hier vorliegende Werk trug wesentlich zu seinem großen Ruhme bei. Er beschreibt darin ausführlich Quadranten, Hadleys Spiegeloktant, Sextanten und astronomische Uhren sowie deren Anwendung. Mit einem Kapitel über den künstlichen Horizont. Die Tafeln zeigen neben schematischen Figuren ganze Instrumente und ihre Details, darunter auch den von ihm selbst gebauten hölzernen Quadranten. - Stempel auf Vorsatz. Gering gebräunt. Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Anfangs im Bug mit schwächer werdendem braunen Fleck. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Poggendorff I, 226

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        Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane

      Paris - Janet, 1795. Paris - Janet, 1795 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce edition of this picaresque novel by Alaine-Rene Lesage. In French. Bookplate of George Groves to front pastedowns. With engraved frontispieces to each volume. Gil Blas is related to Lesage&#39;s play Turcaret (1709). In both works, Lesage uses witty valets in the service of thieving masters, women of questionable morals, cuckolded yet happy husbands, gourmands, ridiculous poets, false savants, and dangerously ignorant doctors to make his point. Each class and each occupation becomes an archetype. Complete in four volumes. Condition: In contemporary roan bindings. Externally, worn, with some loss and rubbing. 1 board detached, with 1 board held by the cords only and6 joints cracked. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, and quite clean, though with some handling marks and some instances of foxing. Overall: FAIR..

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        Elements of Geography: &#150; containing a concise and comprehensive view of that useful science, as divided into, 1. Astronomical 2. Physical or Natural 3. Political Geography, on a new Plan.

      I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, Boston 1795 - Adapted to the capacities of Children and Youth; and designed, from its cheapness, for a Reading and Classical Book in Common Schools, and as a useful winter evening&#146;s entertainment for young people in private families. Illustrated with a neat map of the United States, and a beautiful chart of the whole World.Binding: Tan sheep with original spine label. Illustrations: 2 folding maps. Exceedingly scarce. We have never had another copy. None available on web. A 1796 edition is but in poor condition lacking the maps. An excellent clean copy with the two maps present. The U.S. map is restored but showing Tennessee Govern prior to statehood. West Florida reaches to the Mississippi. This little book was superseded by his Geography made Easy series, the first of which appeared in 1784 and continued by his son long after the author&#146;s death in 1826. Just why it was published is hard to discern but it can be considered the earliest American geography primer published to be considered as elementary. Very clean interior. Professionally rebound in period style preserving the original spine label and part of a period dust jacket made from an early penmanship exercise. Amer Antiquarian & Harvard have. Evans #29112. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Economy of Human Life Translated from an Indian Manuscript

      London: S. and E. Harding, 1795. Printed by T. Rickaby for S. and E. Harding; London; 1795.  Bound in beautiful contemporary green calf with gilt design on boards and spine; all edge gilding; marble endpapers; half title page; title page; illustrated throughout.  Endpapers show some staining around edges; some pages have small ink stains on very edge--these do not affect the text or the illustrations. Binding is tight, pages are predominately clean and bright, overall a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Rachel Smith Books]
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        DIE HOREN. Eine Monatsschrift, von einer Gesellschaft verfaßt und herausgegeben von Schiller. Jahrgang (I.) 1795, Stück 1 - 12 = Erster - vierter Band in 2 Bdn.

      Tübingen, J. G. Cotta, 1795.. Zus. 1484 S., 4 Bl. Subscribenten-Verzeichniß, 1 gefaltete Musikbeilage (Kompositionen von J. F. Reichardt zu "Weihe der Schönheit" u.a. Gedichten von J. H. Voß); 47 ungezählte Bl. Verlagsankündigungen. Dekorative Hldrbde der Zeit auf 4 Bünden mit blindgeprägtem Dekor, floraler Rückenvergoldung und jeweils 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern (Rücken leicht berieben und an einer Ecke gering ausgerissen, Deckel minimal fleckig, Vorsätze an den Ecken leimschattig und an den Ecken meist leicht ausgerissen, Titel von Heft 7 am Außenrand alt ausgebessert, gering braunfleckig).. Erste Ausgabe des vollständigen ersten Jahrgangs von Schillers letztem Zeitschriftenprojekt, das von den drei Horen Eunomia, Dike und Eirene, von Ordnung, Gerechtigkeit und Frieden, regiert werden sollte. "Die 'Horen' verwirklichten das vornehmste Programm der Klassik, die ästhetische Erziehung, in Reinkultur, sie versammelten unter Schillers Herausgeberschaft und Goethes Mitarbeit alles, was Stimme und Gewicht in der Geisteswelt hatte" (Mojem). Das waren für diesen ersten Jahrgang neben F. Schiller (Ueber die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen. Von den nothwendigen Grenzen des Schönen. Ueber die Gefahr ästhetischer Sitten. Ueber das Naive. Die sentimentalischen Dichter.u.a.m.) und J. W. v. Goethe (Zwei Episteln. Unterhaltungen deutscher Ausgewanderten u. das Märchen. Litterarischer Sanscülottismus. Elegien u.a.) die Autoren J. W. Archenholtz, L. Ben David, K. Th. A. M. v. Dalberg (Kunstschulen), J. J. Engel (Entzückung des Las Casas. Herr Lorenz Stark), J. B. Erhard (Die Idee der Gerechtigkeit als Prinzip einer Gesetzgebung), J. G. Fichte (Ueber Belebung und Erhöhung des reinen Interesse für Wahrheit), K. H. Gros, J. G. Herder (Das eigene Schicksal. Homer, ein Günstling der Zeit. Homer und Ossian. Das Fest der Grazien u.a.), A.v. Humboldt (Die Lebenskraft oder der Rhodische Genius. Erzählung), W. v. Humboldt ( Ueber den Geschlechtsunterschied. Ueber die männliche und weibliche Form), F. H. Jacobi (Zufällige Ergießungen eines einsamen Denkers), Ch. G. Körner (Ueber Charakterdarstellung in der Musik), Sophie Mereau, J. H. Meyer (Ideen zu einer künftigen Geschichte der Kunst. Beyträge zur Geschichte der neuern bildenden Kunst), G. K. Pfeffel, J. F. Reichardt, A. W. Schlegel (Dante's Hölle. Briefe über Poesie, Silbenmaaß und Sprache), J. H. Voss, F. A. Weisshuhn, K. L. Woltmann u.a. "Die 'Horen' wurden durch Schillers mächtigen Impuls das imponierende Dokument klassischen Denkens in der Vereinigung der gegensätzlichen großen Geister der Zeit, die sich in der Idee eines harmonischen Menschentums ... verbunden wußten. Der erste Jahrgang der Zeitschrift kommt in der Mannigfaltigkeit der Themen, in der Form ihrer Gestaltung und in dem Wechsel des Philosophischen mit dem Poetischen Schillers Idee (eines der Wahrheit und Schönheit verpflichtetem 'Weltjournals') ... sehr nahe" (Raabe). Allerdings konnte nur der erste Jahrgang das erstrebte hohe Niveau halten, denn schon zu Beginn des zweiten Jahrgangs (auch nach den verletzenden Kritiken des ersten Jahrgangs) hatte Schiller "sich ... innerlich von seinem Werk losgesagt" (Raabe). Die Redaktion der 'Horen' überließ er den Verlegern J. G. Cotta .und J. Zahn, während ihn nach zehnjähriger Pause wieder eine dramatische Idee fesselte, der 'Wallenstein".- Druck auf feingeripptem Bütten. Die Auflage betrug anfangs 1000 Exemplare; sie mußte für die ersten beiden Hefte in Nachauflagen auf 2000 erhöht werden, Auch die folgenden Hefte 3 - 12 erzielten noch diese Auflagenhöhe, danach sank sie in den folgenden zwei Jahren wieder auf nicht mehr rentable 1000 Stück, sodaß die 'Horen' eingestellt werden mußten. Nach H. Plaschek (Neues zur Druckgeschichte der Horen) liegen Heft 1 und 2 im ersten Druck vor, sind also keine Exemplare der Nachauflagen (s. Hagen 600). - Trömel/Marcuse 148-151; Meyer (Schillers Horen) 25-38; Raabe (Einführung und Kommentar der 'Horen), 1-16; Fischer (Cotta) 141; Diesch 1242; Kirchner I,4604; Hocks/Schmidt 103 ff.; Kippenberg 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gabriele Klara]
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        Découvertes dans la Mer du Sud. Nouvelles de M. de la Peyrouse, jusqu'en 1794. Traces de son passage trouvées en diverses isles et terres de l'Océan Pacifique; grande isle peuplée d'émigrés français.

      Paris, Everat 1795 - In-8 [191 x 115 mm]. Collation : (2), 397, II pp. Demi-veau fauve, dos orné de filets et fleurons dorés. (Reliure de l'époque.) Première édition. Un rare voyage imaginaire sur les traces laissées par La Peyrouse; l'auteur décrit une île des Mers du Sud, près de la "Nouvelle-Hollande", habitée par des réfugiés ayant fui les horreurs de la Révolution française et ayant établi là une république socialiste. Ferguson 225 : "A fictious account. The greater portion is devoted to the description of a supposed island in the South Seas, inhabited by a community of refugees who had escaped the horrors of the French Revolution, and had established a republic there on socialist principles." Quelques rousseurs sur les premiers et derniers feuillets. Reliure un peu usée (coiffes et charnières) mais correcte. First edition. An imaginary travel on the traces left by La Peyrouse. With description of a supposed island in the South Seas, inhabited by a community of refugees who had established a republic on socialist principles. // You can browse all my books on [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Hugues de Latude]
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