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        De l'Aranéologie ou sur la découverte du rappart connstant entre l'apparition ou la disparition. des Araignées des differentes espèces; - Et les variations athmospériques.Paris, J.J. Fuchs, 1797. 8vo. Modern boards covered with paste-paper (Lobstein-Laurenchat).

      - Engelmann 547. Second, enlarged and rearranged edition of his Sur la découverte du rapport constant of 1795. The correlation between atmospherical changes and the behaviour of spiders made the author predict a period of frost when the French besieged Utrecht in 1795. The frost came, and the author was released from his imprisonment in Utrecht. This second edition was systematically arranged and enlarged with new observations. Very scarce. Some spotting, otherwise in good condition.

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        Dann ist Vergangenheit beständig ..." : Goethe-Studien. Ausw. und Red.: Siegfried Seifert. Schriften der Goethe-Gesellschaft. Einführung Werner Keller.

      215 S. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Ein gutes und sauberes, original folienverpacktes Exemplar. - Von Zürich nach Weimar. Goethes Tagebuch 1795 -- Goethe und Weimar - Weimar und Goethe -- Carl August von Sachsen-Weimar. Ein Versuch -- "Die Wissenschaft erhält ihren Werth, indem sie nützt." Über Goethe und die Anfänge der technisch-wissenschaftlichen Welt -- Im Schatten der Revolution - Goethe und Jena im letzten Jahrzehnt des 18. Jahrhunderts -- Lesarten zum Briefwechsel zwischen Goethe und Schiller. Beitrag zur Rezeptionsgeschichte der Korrespondenz -- Der Augenblick ist Ewigkeit. Goethes "Römische Elegien" -- Zeitgeschichte in Goethes Roman "Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre" -- Briefe an Goethe. Gesamtausgabe in Regestform. Begründung und Einleitung zu Band 1 -- Goethe-Gesellschaft und Gegenwart. Ein Versuch -- Versäumte Gelegenheit. Thomas Mann kandidiert für den Vorstand der Goethe-Gesellschaft in Weimar. ISBN 3740010444 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.

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        Nuova raccolta di 100 vedutine antiche della città di Roma e sue vicinanze incise a bulino da Domenico Pronti.

      1795. Roma presso il suddetto incisore, 1795. In 4to grande (cm. 27); mezza pelle dell'Ottocento con fregi titolo in oro; 2 volumi rilegati in un unico tomo; 2 frontespizi incisi + 100 vedute incise nel primo e 70 nel secondo (2 per carta). Bella copia stampata su carta pesante, incisioni molto nitide e carta senza arrossature. Axs

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        Plans Elevations Sections and Views of the Church of Batalha, in the Province of Estremaduras in Portugal, with the History and Description by Fr. Luis de Sousa; with Remarks, to which is prefixed an Introductory Discourse on the Principles of Gothic Architecture . Illustrated with 27 Plates.

      London, Printed for I. & J. Taylor, 1795. - Large folio (55 x 38.5 cm.), later red morocco (some wear at corners; a few minor scratches), spine decorated sparingly in gilt and blind with raised bands in six compartments, author and title in gilt letter in second compartment from head, date in gilt in fifth compartment, covers with borders decorated in blind, top edges of text rouged, other edges uncut. Illustrated with 27 leaves of engraved copperplates plus an engraved title. Occasional light foxing. In good to very good condition. Bookplates of Henrique Botelho and J.[osé] Pinto Ferreira. Engraved title, (2 ll.), ii, 26 pp., (1 l. divisional title), pp. [27]-61, (1 p.), 27 ll. engraved plates, including the title and dedication leaf [the "General Plan" and the "North Elevation of the Church" are both double page plates]. *** FIRST EDITION. A new edition, with a resetting of type, but using the same copperplates, appeared in 1836. The great architectural publishing firm of Isaac and Josiah Taylor, later Taylor's Architectural Library, was closed in April 1834 upon the death of Josiah Taylor. The stock of the firm was sold at two auctions, held in October 1834 and January 1835. At one of these the copperplates for the present work were purchased by John Williams of the "Library of Fine Arts", who determined to produce a new edition of the work. He had the text reset by T.H. Drury and arranged to have the plates restruck. The dedication plate and list of subscribers, now redundant, were omitted. The former was replaced by a letterpress dedication to John Soane. The impact of this work was considerable: it was undoubtedly one of the seeds of the Gothic Revival. David Watkin notes that the book contained "the finest set of engravings of Gothic buildings ever to appear" in Great Britain. The majestic Dominican Church and Monastery of Santa Maria da Victoria, also known as Batalha, is situated eleven miles south of Leiria - still a fairly isolated location. It owes its name to the battle fought on the plain of Aljubarrota, nine miles southwest, where D. João I of Portugal defeated D. Juan I of Castile in 1385, securing Portuguese independence. In size and beauty iBatalha excels all other buildings of Portugal in which Gothic and Moorish architecture are combined. The building, begun in 1388, contains superb examples of intricate and exquisitely carved stonework. Plans and masons were procured from England by Queen Philippa of Lancaster, wife of D. João I (daughter of John of Gaunt and sister of king Henry IV of England). The work was entrusted to Afonso Domingues, a Portuguese architect, and David Huet (or Houguet, or Ouguet), an Irishman. Only the royal cloister, church and Founder's Chapel were included in the original design, and all show signs of English influence. Various additions were made up to 1551. The Capelas Imperfeitas, begun in the late fifteenth century but never completed, are among the best surviving examples of the "Manueline" style of architecture. Significant damage was inflicted by the 1755 earthquake, and in 1810 the monastery was sacked by the French. It was secularized in 1834 and declared a national monument in 1840. Since then there has been considerable restoration.The unnumbered page [62] contains "Directions for Placing the Plates".Born in humble circumstances in Blackrock, Ireland, James Murphy (1760-1814) was soon recognized for his artistic talents. After studying drawing at the Dublin Society, he became an architect in Dublin, where in 1786 he helped design the addition to the Irish House of Commons. Murphy's life found a new direction in 1788, when William Burton Conyngham commissioned him to make drawings of the church and monastery of Batalha. From two years in Portugal (1788-1790), Murphy produced three publications - the Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Views of the Church of Batalha (1795), Travels (1795), and A General View of the State of Portugal (1798). All are well illustrated with engravings and aquatints after drawings by the aut [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Manuskript (48 Zeilen). Janowitz in Böhmen, 1795.

      1795. 2½ SS. auf 3 Bll. 8vo. "Morgengebeth! || Allmächtiger Vater der Natur, in dieser Morgenstunde, wo Geschöpfe ohne Zahl die Herrlichkeit Deines heiligen Namens verkündigen, will auch ich in ihre Jubellieder einstimmen und Dich im Staube meiner Niedrigkeit anbeten [...]". - Etwas gebräunt.

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        General Marquis de Lafayette in America

      France: Pierre Charles Cior, 1795. Original. Round enameled tortoise-shell box. Near Fine. Pierre Charles Cior. Three-quarter's view gouache portrait of Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette (1757-1834), in the dark blue uniform with gold epaulettes of a Major-General of the American Continental Army during the 1780's; his image in flanked to his right by a tiny row of soldiers bearing weapons and a flag. This portrait miniature on ivory has been inserted into the lid of a round box made of toirtoise-shell with gold mounting and glass dome; (unframed image: 2.8" x 2.8" / 7.2 x 7.2 cm; framed: 3.2" x 3.2" / 8.1 x 8.1 cm); signed by Pierre Charles Cior, the French miniaturist, as "P. Cior" and dated "an 3e" or the 3rd year of the French Revolution, that is, 1795/96. This gouache portrait miniature on ivory is of the dashing young Marquis de Lafayette in the impressive dark blue uniform of a Major-General of the American Continental Army under the command of George Washington. One can see a faint line of soldiers to his right. It may have been based on a certain painting (possibly lost today), or an engraving--both from the 1780's. It was executed by the French miniaturist Pierre Charles Cior (1769-ca.1840) during the third year of the French revolution, i.e., 1795 or 1796. For comparables, see the oil on canvas executed by Joseph Boze in 1790; the engraving by François Séraphin Delpech in the National Portrait Gallery; and the oil signed and dated "G. Bevalet, 1788" sold by Skinner Auctions, June 8, 2008. The Marquis de Lafayette defied his government and left France at the age of 19 in 1777, hoping to serve courageously as a volunteer in the American war for independence from Great Britain. Already a skillful diplomat, Lafayette hoped for military command. In cooperation with Benjamin Franklin, Lafayette had already exercized important influence on the French king by trying to convince him of the need to increase France's financial and military commitment to the American cause. Lafayette was especially fortunate in his new relationship with George Washington, who took him under his wing, treated him like a son, and enabled the Marquis to serve honorably and with high rank in the Continental Army. (Subsequently, the Marquis named his own son "Georges Washington" in fond remembrance.) Lafayette was also a close friend of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. During the Marquis' service in the Continental Army, he spent most of December 1777 and January 1778 in winter quarters at Valley Forge with Washington and his ragged troops. The wealthy Frenchman spent significant sums from his own fortune to help the beleaguered and frostbitten men. He also supported Washington when rebellious soldiers during the "Conway Cabal" tried to compel their general to give up command. During his first action at Brandywine on September 11, 1777, Lafayette displayed extreme courage under fire as he led his men in an orderly retreat. During the skirmish, he was severely wounded in the calf, yet managed to survive. Thereafter, he was given command of a division of men. Lafayette also fought in the battles of Glouchester, Barren Hill, Rhode Island, Monmoth, Green Spring; and at the siege of Yorktown, where he blocked British troops led by General Charles Cornwallis and contributed to this major surrender of British forces. After the war with Britian had been won in America by the combined arms of Americans and their French allies, Lafayette returned to France, where he risked his life in inspired but vain efforts to bring democracy to his land. He sought a government of balance between competing interests and moderation that would support democratic values. At the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1787, when he was just 29, Lafayette was appointed to the Assembly of Notables. He lobbied for the convocation of the Estates General and became a deputy for the Second Estate. Two years later, he joined the newly formed National Assembly and was elected as its vice president. An empassioned advocate of individual rights, Lafayette took a lead role in the creation of the Declaration of the Rights of Man. On July 15th, immediately after the fall of the Bastille prison, the electors chose Lafayette to be commander-in-chief of the National Guard and military head of the new government. Though his views were liberal, and he sought a peaceful transition, Lafayette's important roles put him in a dangerous position between the royals, democrats, and radical revolutionaries. In October 1789, Lafayette led his troops at Versailles to protect the king and his family from a possible mob attack; then he accompanied the Royals back to Paris. In February 1791, Lafayette and his National Guard intervened in a stand off between armed nobles and a Parisian mob--later dubbed "the Day of Daggers." Discouraged by the rising violence, Lafayette tried to resign but was dissuaded from doing so. In July 1791, Lafayette felt compelled to order the National Guard to open fire on a dangerous mob at the Champ de Mars, a massacre that killed more than 50 rioters. This bloody incident shattered whatever respect Lafayette still enjoyed among the radical Jacobins and sans culottes. By mid-1792, Lafayette was serving in the regular French military but also urged the government to take strong action against radical political clubs.  As the revolution became more and more violent, Lafayette planned to use his troops to protect the royal family and to push for a limited monarchy. One of his last efforts was an unsuccessful attempt to rally troops to march on Paris after the dramatic royal journee of August 10th, 1792. His attempted intervention, however, prompted the radical government to declare him a traitor. Believing that the revolution was lost, Lafayette fled French territory to escape the Terror and surrendered himself to the Prussians and Austrians. The latter held him in detention until 1797. At the time this retrospective portrait was executed In 1795, Lafayette was being held as a prisoner of war in the fortress city of Olomouc (Olmütz) in Moravia (then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; today, the Czech Republic). Yet clearly, during this perilous time, the great Republican "Hero of the Two Worlds" [Le Héros des Deux Mondes] remained on the mind of many. One aspect of this miniature that is noteworthy is that whoever owned or commissioned this exquisite portrait did so to remember their incarcerated French hero in his high-ranking AMERICAN and brave military capacity. Might it have been a prominent American then living abroad (in Paris)? Compare the aquatint profile of Lafayette in 1795 executed by Edme Quenedey (1756-1830) and engraved by Ed. Gosselin. After Lafayette's imprisonment for active participation in freedom movements, he served in the post-Napoleonic national government of France and the July Reolution of 1830. During the post-revolutionary era in France, Lafayette returned triumphantly to the United States in 1824 for the 50th anniversary and celebration of the American Revolution. Due to his impressive activities, Lafayette had become an American and international hero as well as household name. His return was celebrated in communities throughout the United States. More than 30 towns were named in his honor, not counting numerous streets, squares, and parks also memorializing him in nearly every city in America. This painting is an absolute RARITY. It is not only a hitherto unknown portrait of this famous Frenchman as he appeared in impressive uniform during the American revolution, but also the earliest known work of highly skilled Parisisan miniaturist Pierre Charles Cior. Clearly SIGNED and dated in red : "P. Cior / an 3e" [3rd year of the French Revolution, i.e., 1795/96]. Pierre Charles Cior (1769 Paris -- ca.1840) was a pupil of Bazil. At the Salon of 1796, he exhibited a frame containing several miniatures, and, in 1799, two other miniatures. It was thirty-two years later in 1831 that Cior again participated at the Salon, making his final reappearance in 1838. The artist travelled throughout his career. The details of his itineraries are unknown, yet it is known that he was appointed a Painter in Miniature to the King of Spain, and that he also worked quite a lot at the Russian Court, where, among others, he did the portraits of the Emperor Paul I of Russia and his wife, of Prince Kourakin and Princess Poniatowska. He also painted Prince Eszterhazy, the Queen of Holland, the Duke of Luxemburg, Louis XVIII and numerous other prominent personalities. (See Nathalie Lemoine-Bouchard and Schidlof for more information.) The portrait has not been removed by us from beneath its glass. There is some evidence of tarnishing and oxidization to the inner rim of the thin strip of gilded brass surrounding the glass--not affecting the painting. Provenance: Private collection, Paris (as portrait of an unknown gneral); a prominent European dealer.

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        Letter signed with his initials 'G.F.' and title as Hereditary Prince of Orange, (1772-1848, Sovereign Prince of Orange and King of the Netherlands 1813-1840)

      1795 - in French with translation, to Mr Gray, British Chargé d'Affaires at Berlin, saying that he has not had "an answer from Count Haugwitz" (1752-1831, the Prussian Foreign Minister), "whom I only saw for a moment yesterday at dinner with the Queen Dowager", (Elisabeth of Brunswick, widow of Frederick the Great), Haugwitz said "he wished to come and talk with me today . meanwhile . from all appearances . Herr Haugwitz finds himself in difficulties", the writer asks for "a Copy of the verbal note sent a day or two ago by Baron Leuthe to Count Haugwitz, concerning the assembly of our Troops in the Electorate of Hanover", and to know "when this note was presented", 1 side 8vo., address and armorial seal on conjugate leaf, Berlin, 6th October After initial success against the French Revolutionary Army, the Prince with his father and family had been compelled to retire to England. He then moved to his father-in-law's capital at Berlin, where his chief concern was the fate of the Dutch troops who had been pursued to Hanover, soon to be annexed by the French. He took an active part in the Duke of York's attempt to recover the Netherlands, fought with Austria at Wagram, where he was wounded, and was welcomed back by all factions when Holland rose in revolt against the French in 1813.

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        Entwickelungsgeschichte der Seele des Kindes.

      134 S., grüner Leinenband d.Zt. im Romantikerstil, Einbandblindprägung, Voll-Goldschnitt. Frisches, nahezu fleckenfreies Expl. Erste Ausgabe. J.E. Löbisch (1795-1853) war Spezialist für Frauen- und Kinderkrankheiten er war der Nachfolger von Anton Gölis am Wiener "Kinderkrankeninstitut", der ersten unentgeltlichen Klinik für kranke Kinder. Das Erscheinen dieses Buches wird heute als "Geburtsstunde der Kinderpsychologie" (E. Wiesbauer) bezeichnet.

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        Les Aventures de Telemaque, fils d'Ulysse

      Paris: Renouard, 1795. hardcover. very good(+). 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary patterned polished calf, rubricated edges, gilt spine, red and black leather spine labels, inner dentelles. Paris: Renouard, 1795. Very good (+). The renowned 1699 political novel, written for his royal pupil, by the archbishop of Cambrai. Not in Brunet.

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        Aviso al pueblo acerca de su salud, ó tratado de las enfermedades mas frequentes de las gentes del campo. Sexta edicion. Madrid, la viuda é hijo de Marin, 1795.

      1795. (10), 646, (2) SS. Mit 3 gefalt. Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgepr. rotem Rückenschildchen und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger blasser Rotschnitt. Marmorvorsätze. 4to. Sechste spanische Ausgabe des "Avis au peuple sur la santé" ("Anleitung für das Landvolk in Absicht auf seine Gesundheit"), des wohl bekanntesten Werks des berühmten Schweizer Arztes S. A. Tissot (1728-97). Erstmals 1761 in Lausanne erschienen und in alle europäischen Sprachen übersetzt (hier von Juan Galisteo y Xierro). - Zu Beginn und gegen Ende kl. Wurmspuren im w. Rand; gelegentlich etwas wasserrandig. Vorderer Vorsatz mit hs. Notizen und Besitzvermerk des Ant. Domenech y Arteaga (um 1850); das erste Faltkupfer mit ausführlichen Rezeptnotizen aus der Hand von dessen Großvater, des Mediziners Pedro Francisco Domenech y Amaya y Ayala (1755-1833). Palau² 332.650. Vgl. Blake 452. Garrison/Morton 1597. Hirsch V, 594-6.

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        Grundsätze des gemeinen deutschen Privatrechts.

      Göttingen: Dieterichsche Buchhandlung, 1795 - 596 Seiten + Register Zweyte rechtmäßige Auflage Halblederband mit Exlibris :Wilhelm Geissenschmidt,Arnsberg.alles sauber und gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TEGERNSEE. "Eine Parthie in Tegernsee". Blick auf Schloss und Kirche, im Vordergrund ländliches Paar in Tracht.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Carl Friedrich Heinzmann (1795-1846) bei Zeller, München, 1818, 40,5 x 47,5 cm. Dreyer 18; Winkler 315,5; Maillinger II, 1677. - Inkunabel der Lithographie. - Auf die äußerste Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Schöner Druck. - "Prächtiges, sehr seltenes Blatt" (Lentner 10699).

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        The Beggar's Opera, Act III": in The Original and Genuine Works of William Hogarth.

      - London: Boydell and Company, c.1795. Oblong large folio on wove paper (plate mark 583 x 455 mm on sheet 650 x 490 mm). An exceptionally fine, dark impression on bright paper, with the original wide margins untrimmed. Third and best state (of seven, see below) of the single plate Blake engraved for Hogarth's Works, first published by Boydell in 1790, this state appearing in the second, undated edition c. 1795. It was the last state of the plate before hands other than Blake touched up the plate. A remarkably crisp and brilliant impression of Blake's richly detailed rendition of Hogarth's painting showing the famous scene in which Macheath the highwayman stands chained, under sentence of death, between his two lovers, the jailer's daughter Lucy Lockit, and the lawyer's daughter, Polly Peachum. The plate was next used for an 1822 edition by which time several small changes had been made by another engraver. Bentley, Blake Books, 475 I. Essick, William Blake's Commercial Book Illustrations, XX.

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        Miscellanea Physica-Medica. Edit Joannes Andreas Scherer.

      - Viennae, Typis & Impensis A.A. Patzowsky, 1795, 8°, 209, (1) pp., alter Leinenband; zarter Stempel auf Titel, ansonsten frisches Exemplar. Rare - First Edition - 'Miscellanea Physico-Medica,' edited by Scherer, is a series of his open letters to foreign savants, chiefly on questions of pneumatics - - John Ingenhousz, "M.D. (1730-1799), physician and physicist, was born at Breda in 1730, and educated for the medical profession. He practised for six years in the Netherlands, and came to England in 1764 or 1765. After spending more than three years in or near London, during which time he followed the new practice of inoculating small-pox in its mitigated form, which had been introduced by Dr. W. Watson at the Foundling Hospital and by Dr. Dimsdale in Hertfordshire, he was selected by Sir John Pringle in 1768 to proceed to Vienna to inoculate several members of the imperial family of Austria, Dimsdale having himself been sent for in July of that year to inoculate the Empress Catharine at St. Petersburg. Ingenhousz received early in 1769 'a pension for life from the emperor of nearly 600l., and was made body physician to Joseph II and Maria Theresa, and aulic councillor. He remained some years in Vienna, and set up a laboratory for physical experiments, which the emperor is said to have frequented. In his endeavours to introduce inoculation into Austria he was opposed by De Haën, then at the head of the medical school of Vienna (HÄSER). In 1775 he began to send researches to the Royal Society, the first of the series having been made at Leghorn in 1773 upon the torpedo-fish, a favourite subject of study in those days. He contributed nine papers in all to the 'Philosophical Transactions,' the last appearing in 1782; five treated of electricity and magnetism, and four of the atmospheric gases. In 1779 he came back to London, and was elected F.R.S. He appears to have spent most of his remaining years in England, a prominent figure in scientific circles, always willing to show his experiments to his friends, especially considerate, it is said, to young people, and noted for his simple and kindly disposition. When on a visit to the Marquis of Lansdowne at Bowood, in the autumn of 1798, shortly after Jenner's essay on cow-pox came out, he made inquiries as to the Wiltshire milkers' experiences of the alleged protective against small-pox, and formed an opinion adverse to Jenner's contention, but confined his opposition to a private letter, and declined further controversy. He was taken ill during a visit to Bowood in the autumn following, and died there on 7 Sept. 1799. Besides his papers sent to the Royal Society, his chief work was 'Experiments on Vegetables, discovering their great Power of purifying the common Air in Sunshine, but injuring it in the Shade or at Night,' London, 1779 (French translation by the author, with additions, 2 vols., Paris, 1787-9). This contained the discovery, also ascribed to Saussure, of plants in the sunshine giving off oxygen, and in the shade carbonic acid. A collection of his papers was published at Paris, 'Nouvelles experiences et observations sur divers objets de physique,' 2 vols., 1785-9. A collection in German was published by Molitor at Vienna in 1782. His work on the 'Respiration of Plants' also appeared at Vienna in 1786. A work in Latin, Vienna, 1795, called 'Miscellanea Physico-Medica,' edited by Scherer, is a series of his open letters to foreign savants, chiefly on questions of pneumatics. In 1796 he sent to the board of agriculture an essay on 'The Food of Plants and the Renovation of Soils.' An engraved portrait is prefixed to the 'Experiments on Vegetables.'." DNB [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A System of the Laws of the State of Connecticut, In Six Books.

      1795 - The First American Legal Text [C] Swift, Zephaniah [1759-1823]. A System of the Laws of the State of Connecticut. In Six Books. Windham: Printed by John Byrne for the Author, 1795-1796. Two volumes. [iv]-vii, 452; v, 479, [12] pp. Folding copperplate table of descents. Octavo (8-3/4" x 5"). Contemporary tree sheep, gilt bands, red and black lettering pieces to spines, black lettering piece (indicating volume number) lacking from Volume II. Moderate rubbing to extremities, a few minor nicks to boards, chipping to head of Volume II, joints starting, corners bumped and lightly worn, hinges cracked. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in a few places, faint dampstaining to a few leaves. Owner signatures of William Law and "J. Law" to front endleaves, some leaves have extensive annotations in William Law's Hand, several leaves, including the rear endleaves of Volume I, have markings in pencil or ink. * First edition. Structured in the manner of Blackstone's Commentaries, Swift's System was the first original American legal treatise. Hhighly regarded throughout the United States, it presented an overview of the common law of Connecticut, and the common law generally, based on local court decisions and legislation. "More than a hundred years later it was still cited by Connecticut courts" (Woxland and Ogden). Published on a subscription basis, its subscribers included George Washington, John Adams, Aaron Burr, James Kent, James Madison and other notables. This book probably belonged to William Law, Jr., a lawyer and merchant active in Connecticut and New York City. He was a lawyer and land agent in the Western Reserve from 1798 to 1800. The annotations include a list of law titles on a rear endleaf, which may have been a reading list or inventory. Woxland and Ogden, Landmarks in American Legal Publishing 22. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 5628. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Versuch einer Encyklopädie der Leibesübungen.

      Berlin, Bei Carl Ludwig Hartmann. 1794-1795. - 2 Bände. 8°. XVIII, 550 S., 1 S. Verbesserungen. Mit einer Tafel und 4 Seiten Musik auf 2 gefalteten Tafeln; XVI, 560 (recte 566) S. Mit 7 gestochenen Tafeln. Altrosafarbene Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten schwarzen Titel- und Bandschildern und wenig Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe. - Einer der frühesten deutschen Versuche sowohl einer Geschichte als auch einer Pädagogik und Methodik des Sports in Deutschland. Vieth (1763-1836) trat für die Förderung der Leibesübungen ein und beschrieb einige Sportarten als erster nach wissenschaftlichen Gesichtspunkten. Seine Arbeiten hatten einen grossen Einfluss auf die deutschen Turnväter wie Guts Muths und Friedrich Ludwig Jahn. Er forderte den Bau von öffentlich Sportanlagen und Schwimmbädern. Der erste Band schildert die Geschichte der Leibesübung seit dem Altertum und die körperlichen Aktivitäten der verschiedenen Völkern, u.a. mit einer Schilderung des Schwingens in der Schweiz aber auch den Südsee-Indianern, den Irokesen, den Chinesen etc. Der zweite Bau beschreibt die Anwendungen der Leibesübungen: Laufen, Klettern, Balancieren, Voltigiren, Schweimmen, Eislauf, Tanz, Ringen, Fechten, Reiten u.a. - 1818 erschien ein dritter Band. - Die Einbände etwas fleckig und beschabt. Titel bzw. Vorsatz gestempelt. Stellenweise stockfleckig. - Selten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Curso elemental de botánica, dispuesto para la enseñanza del real jardin de Madrid, 2 tomos.

      - Encuadernación en piel, algo rozada. Octavo mayor. Segunda edición. Primer tomo, parte teórica; segundo tomo, parte práctica. Muy bien ilustrado con varias láminas (aguafuerte). Papel de hilo verjurado. Cortes rojos. Guardas marmoleadas. Buen estado. Autor: primer catedrático del mismo Jardin, Juez examinador de pharmácia y director del real colegio de botanicos de esta corte. 256 pp. / 240 pp. 1795. Ciencias y naturaleza [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Paris, 1795. Stipple engraving, with etching and mezzotint, 17 x 20 3/4 inches. Light mat stain, small tape remnants on verso. Very good. An idealized image of life in Africa, produced as part of early anti-slavery campaigning during the French Republic. A finely detailed depiction of an African village in the midst of a marriage celebration, with the women engaged in conversation and the men dancing in the background while children play. A few village buildings stand in the distance beneath a large hill. A humanizing and energetic view of African natives. Colibert engraved the image after Freret. Rare.

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        Circolo per formare La Sfera Armilare

      Roma 1795 - Sezioni di globo in dodici segmenti atti a costruire un globo. Tavola edita dalla Calcografia Camerale, Roma 1795. Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni. Rara. Two sheets celestial Globe by livieri, published in the Cassini's Atlas. Copperplates with fine colouring, good conditions. Dimensioni 295 380mm

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        Memoria sobre proporcionar arbitrios para la construcción de caminos en esta jurisdicción.

      en la imprenta de Estevan Bolona, 1795. Jáuregui (d. 1809) was the "primer consul del Real Tribunal del Consulado" in Cuba, and it was the Consulado's "Junta de Gobierno" that ordered this report published -- although his was the minority report. At the crown's urging, such Consulados had been created throughout the Empire to aim at economic development and commercial improvement of the various regions of the New World under Spanish control, in good Enlightenment fashion. Public works and land use are traditionally fraught with concern and intransigence on the part of the various parties involved, and in the Cuban case at hand, this was certainly so; the Junta had appointed a four-member committee "para meditar los arbitrios que conceptuasen mas oportunos y menos gravosos para la formacin de caminos" ("to decide the tax rates that will be least burdensome but still will bring about the most timely creation of [good] roads"). Jáuregui's opinion was clearly and concisely expressed and shows a progressive tax structure differentiating users of the roads and the wear each category was most likely to create. => Handsomely printed on extremely good quality paper. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, COPAC, CCPB, and the OPACs of the national libraries of Mexico and Spain locate only three copies: two in the U.S. and one in Chile. One of the U.S. copies is incomplete. How many copies may be in Cuban libraries is unknown.

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        An Essay Concerning Human Understanding; with Thoughts on the Conduct of the Understanding

      London: C. Bathurst et al., 1795. "Collated with Desmaizeaux's Edition." 3 volumes; 12mo (17.5cm.); full contemporary tree calf, gilt spines, each with two red morocco labels, all edges stained brown; Vol. I: a-b12 c2 d1 A-L12 M4; Vol. II: a6 b2 A-L12; Vol. 3: A6 b1 A-M12 M[sic]10. Extremities a bit rubbed and dried, else a Very Good, attractive set. Early 19th-century ownership inscription of a Charles Prentice to each front free endpaper. ESTC T63943.

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        Essays on Philosophical Subjects... To which is prefixed, an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author; by Dugald Stewart.

      First edition, 4to, xcvi, 244 pp. Uncut in recent full calf, period gilt spine with a red label, a handsome copy.Published posthumously, Smith had instructed his executors to destroy 16 volumes of his manuscripts just before his demise so as to concentrate readers' attention on his most famous works, "The Theory of Moral Sentiments" and the "Wealth Of Nations". Nonetheless his friends deemed that his concern with his posthumous reputation was an "excessive solicitude" and that these essays were of sufficient quality to be published. In the preface the editors Joseph Black and John Hutton conclude that "though it is difficult to add much to the great fame he most justly acquired by his other writings, these will be read with satisfaction and pleasure".

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        Cours d'étude. Nouvelle édition faite d'après l'originale.

      Paris, Volland, 1795. 18 vols. Full calf, spines gilt, with red and green morocco title-labels (a few sl. rubbings, top of 5 vols sl. dam., 1 corner dam.; library-labels removed: traces of glue). With engraved frontispiece and 9 folding engravings (convent-stamp on titles), some spots mainly to the titles and a few foxing in places). - Good and (hard to find!) complete set. Vol.1-3: La Grammaire, De l'Art d'Ecrire, Art de Raisonner, Art de Penser. 318,332 and 240 pp. With frontispiece and the 9 folding engravings. Vols. 4-9: Histoire ancienne.326,396,382,462,296 and 352 pp. Vol.10-15: Histoire moderne (dès: Chute de l'empire d'occident) 356,380,316,412,314 and 408 pp. Vol. 16: De l'Etude de l'Histoire. 306 pp. Vol. 17-18: La Langue des Calculs. Ouvrage posthume et élémentaire. Dans lequel des observations, faites sur les commencemens et les progres de cette langue, démontrent les vices des langues vulgaires... Basle (Basel), S. Tourneisen & Paris, Volland, An VII de la République. (ii),234;252 pp. (margin last pages a bit dam.).

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        Kritische Sammlungen zur Geschichte der Deutschen in Siebenbürgen. 3 Teile in einem Band.

      Göttingen, Vandenhoek und Ruprecht, 1795-1797. 8°. XIII (1), 162 S.; XII S., S. (163-)509 (1); XVI S., S. (511-)712, Ldr. d. Zt. m. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erstausgabe. - „Erstes Stück. Urkunden“; „Zweites Stück. XII kritisch-historische Untersuchungen“; „Drittes Stück. Privilegium Andreae II vom J. 1224, mit einem Commentar“. - Einband berieben u. etw. bestoßen. Vordere Rückenkante m. kl. Tintenfleck. Tlw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Petrik III, 311. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Schlözer, Kritische Sammlungen zur Geschichte der Deutschen in Siebenbürgen, Rumänien

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        Merchant of Venice. II.5

      Shakespeare/Boydell. Merchant of Venice. II.5. After a painting by Smirke, engraved by Simon. Engraving on paper, 1795. 17" x 42" (plate mark, with margins). Some minor soiling to margins and margin tears. From an original painting done for the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery, in celebration of Shakespeare's centennial. During the period of the centennial and until 1805, these fine engravings were published separately. In 1805 the were published in "A Collection of Prints Illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare," (London: Boydell), 1802-1805. Burwick & Pape, The Boydell Shakespeare Gallery (1995). Cat. I.22. #BC20.

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        The New and Complete Newgate Calendar or Villany Displayed in all Its Branches Containing New and Authentic Accounts of the Lives, Adventures, Exploits, Trials, Executions, and Last Dying Speeches, Confessions of the Most Notorious Malefactors and others of both Sexes and all Denominations from 1700 to the Present Time ( Volumes I, II, IV, and V)

      Alex Hogg, Publisher London [1795] - First Editions. Contemporary full leather octavo bindings, gilt lettering and decoration at spines, leather spine labels, illustrated with copper engravings. Four of what was once a six volume set of this rare early catalogue of criminals of the 18th Century. Very Good and firmly bound set, spine leather dry and mildly cracked, three front covers detached but present, fourth starting. 0.0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Extrait du Procés-Verbal des Séances du Conseil des anciens. Du 29 floréal, an 4 de la République francaise [Auszug aus den Protokollen der Sitzungen des Rates der Ältesten. Nachricht].

      In der dritten Phase der Französischen Revolution, der sog. Direktorialzeit von 1795 bis 1799, behauptete eine von besitzbürgerlichen Interessen bestimmte politische Führung die Macht einerseits gegen die Volksinitiativen für soziale Gleichheit und gegen monarchistische Restaurationsbestrebungen andererseits. Die vom Konvent am 22. August 1795 beschlossene, nach einer Volksabstimmung am 23. September in Kraft gesetzte neue Verfassung, etablierte in Frankreich ein Zweikammersystem. Zunächst bestand ein ?Rat der 500?, der die Gesetzesinitiative ausübte ? und ein 250 Mitglieder umfassender ?Rat der Alten? (vorbehalten den über 40-Jährigen im Unterschied zu den mindestens 30-Jährigen im ?Rat der 500?). Dessen Zustimmung war zur Ratifizierung von Gesetzesvorlagen erforderlich. Der ?Rat der Alten? wählte aufgrund einer Vorschlagsliste des ?Rates der 500? ein aus fünf Mitgliedern bestehendes Direktorium, das die Exekutive bildete und die Minister der einzelnen Ressorts bestimmte. Um die Fortdauer der neuen Machtverhältnisse zu sichern, hatte der Konvent in einer Zusatzbestimmung festgelegt, dass zwei Drittel der neuen Abgeordneten aus den Reihen der bisherigen Volksvertreter stammen mussten. Die radikaldemokratische Opposition, organisiert von François Noël Babeuf, der seinerseits Neujakobiner und Frühsozialisten in einer ?Verschwörung für die Gleichheit? um sich scharte, bereitete einen neuen Volksaufstand gegen das neu eingesetzte Direktorium vor. Mit dem ?Manifest der Plebejer? präsentierte Babeuf ein den Thermidorianern fundamental entgegengesetztes Gesellschaftskonzept, welches eine sozialistische Gütergemeinschaft beinhaltete. Vorgesehen war ein für alle Bürger geltendes Recht auf Arbeit ebenso wie die Pflicht zur Arbeit. Darüber hinaus dachte Babeuf an eine gemeinschaftliche Arbeitsorganisation und Verfügung über die Arbeitsprodukte. Unmittelbar vor der geplanten Erhebung, die angeblich auf den 22. Floréal 4 (11. Mai 1796) angesetzt war, wurden Babeuf und die führenden Mitverschwörer am 10. Mai 1796 verhaftet, er selbst nach mehrmonatiger Untersuchungshaft und Prozess ein Jahr später zum Tode verurteilt. Das vorliegende Dokument protokolliert die wesentlichen Dokumente der Affäre. Darunter ein Brief Babeufs an das exekutive Direktorium vom 23 Floréal 4 (S. 2-6) sowie verschiedene Eingaben des Ministers der Polizei, Cochon, den geplanten Aufstand der Verschwörer betreffend. Das Protokoll erschien am 29. Tag des Monats Floréal (nach dem im September 1792 inaugurierten Revolutionskalender der Monat der ?Blume?, der vom 20. April bis zum 19. Mai dauerte), während das Erscheinungsjahr 4 auf das vierte Jahr der französischen Republik, also 1796, verweist. Bei dem vorliegenden Protokoll handelt es sich um ein Schlüsseldokument aus der dritten Phase der französischen Revolution, welches als Original nur noch in wenigen Exemplaren existiert. In Schutzumschlag eingefügte Broschüre mit Randläsuren u. Knickspuren. Stockfleckig.

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        REMARKS ON CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Containing observations and arguments indicating that man was intended to subsist entirely on the produce of the earth

      Manchester, printed by G. Nicholson and Co., Palace-street Manchester. Sold by T. Knott; Lombard-street, and Champante & Whitrow, Jewry-street, 1795. Quotations from history, shewing the effects of animals and vegetable food on the health and character of mankind; Objections to the practice of flesh-eating; Answers to arguments in behalf of flesh-eating; and the advantage of a vegetable aliment pointed out. MAN be HUMANE! FIRST EDITION 1795. Bound together with 5 other titles in the Literary Miscellany Volume III "Prose". Small 8vo, approximately 135 x 75 mm, 5¼ x 3 inches, bound in full contemporary calf, red and green gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt decoration to spine. REMARKS ON CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Small vignette to title page, head- and tailpieces, pages: [3], 4-53, [1], tiny nick repaired to 1 lower margin, not affecting text, See ESTC N47588, 2 copies listed only, Library Company of Philadelphia and Oxford University, Bodleian Library. ON CLOTHING, anonymous, 1797, vignette on title page, pages: [3], 4-48, See ESTC N33943, 2 copies listed: Bodleian Library and University of Kansas, Spencer Research. EDUCATION ON GYMNASTICS OR BODILY EXERCISES BY MADAM DE SILLERY-BRULART, 1795, pages: [2],1-18 last page blank, then 1-8, ESTC N493381, listing only Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine Library. THE MAXIMS selected from the writings of Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, 1796, 68 pages; EXTRACTS FROM THE TRISTRAM SHANDY, 1796, 74 pages; LETTERS FROM YORICK TO ELIZA, 1796, 26 pages. Occasional pale brown spot, lower margins of all books have shallow turning crease not affecting text. Binding rubbed, spine slightly dull, the Contents Table calls for 7 poems and none of our titles, so that leaf may have been bound in by mistake. A very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Miniature Portrait of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko; finger-ring watercolor portrait reset in brooch

      America or Europe: Polish School, 1795. original. Victorian silver-and-enamel brooch with gold back. Portrait: Very Good/Frame: Very Good +. Polish School miniaturist. Portrait miniature--head & bust--of Tadeusz Kosciuszko: watercolor (image: 1.4 x 1 cm / 0.6" x 0.4"; framed: 4.1 x 3.5 cm /1.6" x 1.4") executed on natural material; wearing a military uniform (blue body cloth with red trimmed collar & red sash with silver epaulettes. Because Tadeusz Kosciuszko was made a "Brigadeer General" in the American Revolution and a "Major General" in the subsequent Russo-Polish conflicts, his silver epaulettes and our provisional dating convey the high and prestigeous rank of "General"--an impression reinforced by three medals that are depicted on Kosciuszko's breast. Formerly a miniature watercolor portrait set into a male finger-ring, this delicate minature of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko (1746-1817), the famous hero of the American Revolution, Polish-Russian War of 1792 and the Revolt of 1794, has been reset into a Victorian brooch whose front has been made of silver-and-enamel with a green fabric background, glass dome, with gold back & pin. (Pressing the evidence: The tiny blurred image of the central medal on the chest of Kosciuszko is possibly suggestive of the enameled gold Eagle of the Society of the Cincinnati (founded in 1783) that George Washington (d.1799) awarded Kosciuszko. See the colored portrait by Karl Gottlieb Schweikart (1772-1855)--from Wikipedia and our image #4--which was executed in 1802 and depicts the Eagle award. Schweikart's portrait is, of course, much more refined and larger than our miniature, but the pose and age of the subject are rather similar, as are aspects of the uniform: red collar, medal(s) &/or buttons, and silver epaulette. Exceptional quality -- especially considering its micro size of 1.3 x 1 cm, or approximately a 1/2-inch oval! Andrzej Tadeusz Bonawentura Kosciuszko (1746-1817; his surname is roughly pronounced "Kos-CHOOS-ko") was a Polish military engineer and a highly skilled military leader who became a national hero in Poland, Lithuania, and the United States. He fought in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth's struggles against Russia and Prussia, and on the American side during the American Revolutionary War. He worked closely with General George Washington, who was eager to use Kosciuszko's skills as a military engineer. Subsequently, as Supreme Commander of the Polish National Armed Forces, he led the 1794 "Kosciuszko Uprising." In 1776, Kosciuszko moved to North America, where--over an 8-year period--he took part in the American Revolutionary War as a colonel in the Continental Army. He fought in the battle of Fort Ticonderoga and executed the plans for the pivotal battle of Saratoga in New York. An accomplished military engineer, at Washington's request, he designed and oversaw the construction of several superior fortifications, including those at West Point, New York. The latter became the largest fort in America and took two and one half years to construct. Kosciuszko felt that it was his finest achievement. In 1783, in recognition of his services, the Continental Congress promoted him to brigadier general and made him a citizen. Returning to Poland in 1784, Kosciuszko was commissioned a major general in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Army. After the Polish-Russian War of 1792 had resulted in the Second Partition of Poland, he organized an uprising against Russia serving as its Naczelnik (commander-in-chief). Russian forces captured him at the Battle of Maciejowice in October 1794. The defeat of the Kosciuszko Uprising led to Poland's Third Partition in 1795, which ended the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth's independent existence for 123 years. In 1796, pardoned by Tsar Paul I, he emigrated to the United States. A close friend of Thomas Jefferson, with whom he shared ideals on human rights, Kosciuszko later abolished serfdom in Poland via the so-called "Manifesto of Polaniaec" and tried to enable peasants to own the land they worked. Jefferson said of him: "He was as pure a Son of Liberty as I have ever known."' The Polish-American hero also wrote a will dedicating his American assets to the education and freedom of U.S. slaves. Regrettably, the execution of his will proved difficult--Thomas Jefferson had been named as executor--and the funds were never used for the purpose he had intended.--adapting Wikipedia and other references. Condition: Very Good. Currently set into a Victorian brooch made of silver and enamel. Probably "Polish School" for creator. Our images show other portraits of this military-and-political hero. Illustrated gold watch with chain & fob is for illustrative purposes to suggest scale and is not included in sale of miniature portrait.

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        The Pleasing Instructor or Entertaining Moralist containing Select Essays, Relations, Visions and Allegories collected from The most Eminent English Authors, to which are prefixed New thoughts on Education. A New Edition

      York: Published by Wilson, Spence and Mawman, , [n.d., 1795?]. York: Published by Wilson, Spence and Mawman, [n.d., 1795?].Later edition, probably pirated, of a book originally published in 1756. There were many reprints of this work, but all are rare. The present edition is cited in five locations, three in the U.K., and two in California (the Huntington Library and UCLA). Modern marbled wrappers. . Twelvemo, in sixes. . Engraved title-page, three engraved plates. Title-page very soiled. A decent copy of a scarce book. Anne Fisher (1719-1778), the wife of Newcastle printer Thomas Slack and the mother of nine daughters, wrote a number of books on education. She "was no mere compiler; she wrote as an experienced educator. Her comments on the teaching of English grammar in the preface of her New Grammar continue to be pertinent and there is a modern ring, too, to her remark, in the introduction to her Pleasing Instructor, that: 'An austere or learned pedant has sometimes whipped Latin, Greek, &c. into a lad, whose very disgust to it increased, perhaps, with the Acquisition thereof; but it is a manifest absurdity to maintain or imagine that anyone can be awed into a Love of learning' (quoted in Oxford DNB). Fisher continues to lament the state of women's education, believing that "a young lady should be taught to think, reflect, and form a taste of life in."

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        Essays on subjects connected with civilization.

      London: printed by E. Hodson ..... for C. Dilly. 1795. 8vo., (4) + ii + (2) + 293 + (1)pp., including the half-title, the first two leaves of text misbound (with a near-contemporary note to that effect), with the old ownership signature of 'Mary Hume 1800>' on title-page, contemporary mottled sheep, neatly rebacked and gilt preserving the old label. A very good copy. First edition. Although there are interesting chapters on education, government, religious establishments, manners and amusements, and on the arts, the author's most interesting chapter is that On the Female Character> (pp.257-285). It is one of the earliest critiques of Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman> (1792), published just three years earlier. Malkin supports some of Wollstonecraft's ideas but is unconvinced by others. 'There is no subject, which has been more uniformly and even wilfully misunderstood, than the appropriate character of the female sex', claims Malkin. 'Mrs Wollstonecraft has been successful in setting those prejudices in a strong point of view, which have prevailed to the exclusion of half our species from the common rights of humanity, and the unfettered exercise of reason'. (p.257). And Malkin considers Wollstonecraft's statements on 'sexual virtues' including 'modesty', the 'philosophy of lasciviousness', and education - Mary W.'s view was that boys and girls should be educated together, but himself is notably unenthusiastic about co-education. It was, he writes, 'a proposition that must be admitted with some hesitation. ..... But though I should be cautious in adopting the ideas of Mrs Wollstonecraft in this particular, I clearly see the propriety of frequent intercourse between young persons of different sexes .....'. 'On the whole,' Malkin concedes, 'the author of The Vindication> has rectified many erroneous principles on the subject of female manners and character, has displayed a meritorious zeal for justice and for liberty, and has produced a work, which properly qualified may be productive of beneficial effects'. Benjamin Heath Malkin (1769-1842), was a scholar notable for his connection with William Blake. He seems to have been close to radical circles in the 1790s, William Godwin reporting meeting Malkin at dinner at Horne Tooke's in 1796 and 1797. Malkin much later (1829) became the first professor of history at the new London University.

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        Important clerk written Document signed, (François-Joseph, 755-1820, Marshal of France, Duke of Danzig)

      1795 - relaying a detailed set of instructions from General Kléber as to the logistics involved in transporting the Army of Sambre and Meuse across the Rhine, 2 sides folio, Headquarters at Rumelen, 17 fructidor III (3 September The document relates in meticulous detail the order in which the army must cross in order to get the maximum number of men over in the minimum amount of time. The order of crossing is indicated, with the grenadiers, a company of sappers and their equipment and as many calvary as possible going first to protect the disembarkation point. Kleber states that between three and four thousand men can be transported at one time. He urges caution, however, and suggests that experienced boatmen will be required to avoid possible loss of troops. The army of Sambre and Meuse fought a brilliant rear-guard action at the bridge of Neuwied the following month.

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        AN HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, COMMERCIAL, AND PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF THE AMERICAN UNITED STATES, and of the European Settlements in America and the West-Indies. In Four Volumes.

      London: Printed for the Editor; J. Ridgway, H.D. Symonds, D. Holt, 1795. Four volume set. Complete with 8 folding maps maps, 3 plans of which one is folding (of the City of Washington), 23 plates including 4 frontisports and one hand-colored plate of a tobacco plant, and 7 tables on 4 leaves. Vol. I: x, 591 pages. Vol. II: [iv] 493. Vol. III: [iv] 525. Vol. IV: [iv] 416, 54 [xx]. Three or four pages with a small tear or a tiny chip to the bottom corner. Original full burnished calf bindings, moderately to heavily worn on the spines, with hinges weakened but remaining intact. Several of the maps have small tears where it attaches to the book, including the plan of Washington. One frontis is lightly foxed, and some of the maps are toned. First edition in book form. Sabin 104832. Howes W581.. First edition in book form. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        1795 1st ed Holy Bible Illustrated by James Fittler English Cabinet Bible ART

      London : Published by R. Bowyer & J. Fittler, 1795. First edition - 1795 1st ed Holy Bible Illustrated by James Fittler English Cabinet Bible ART RARE Durer, Rembrandt, Poussin & other Old Masters First edition of James Fittler’s illustrated “Cabinet Bible.” This fine Bible is illustrated with 75+ engraved plates of art that resemble that of Durer, Rembrandt, Poussin and other “Old Masters” as the title suggests. James Fittler was a well-known 18th-century artist, and this “Cabinet Bible” was the first to feature works of Fittler’s. Item number: #454 Price: $1500 FITTLER, James The Holy Bible ornamented with engravings by James Fittler from celebrated pictures by old masters. London : Published by R. Bowyer & J. Fittler, 1795. First edition Details: • Collation complete with all pages • First edition point: Mark 7:27 has famous misprint “let the children first be killed” (instead of ‘filled’) • References: Darlow & Moule 961 • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • Language: English • Size: ~10in X 6.5in (26cm x 17cm) • We find this same, very rare set selling elsewhere for over $4,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Folio record book with 14 printed or engraved pedigrees mounted on stubs and 22pp. of manuscript pedigrees laid in

      - 20 x 13 1/4". Original cloth, covers detached. The printed and engraved genealogies/pedigrees/family trees are for: Stirling, of Bankeyr, Balquharrage & Lettyr-Stirling; Richardson, of Pencaitland and Smeaton; William Oliphant, of Newton; Kilbirnie or Garnock, Patrick Lindsay, Crawford; Sir Colin MacKenzie, of Kilcoy, Buchan; Archilbald Montgomerie Hamilton, Eglinton, Winton, Seaton; Sir James Johnstone; Sir Charles Forbes, of Newe and Edinglassie; John, Earl of Darnley, Lennox; families of Littledean and Hirsell, Kers, of Moriston; Innes, Roxeburghe; Brisbane, of Bishoptown and Brisbane, MacDougall, of Makerstoun, Hay, of Alderstoun. The manuscript genealogies are for: Carmichael; Gordon; Clifford, Yorke; Thornburgh, Ratcliffe, &c. With the bookplate of Scottish antiquarian, James Maidment, (1795?-1879), and probably used in his work: "Called to the Scottish bar in 1817, [Maidment] soon took a high position as an advocate in cases involving genealogical inquiry, and was much engaged in disputed peerage cases." - DNB Also with the bookplate of the Bibliotheca Lindesiana. This volume will require additional postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Judaica The Book of Jasher

      Translated by Samuel Moses [1795-1860], Sefer Hayashar or The Book of Jasher Refered to in Joshua and Second Samuel, Faithfully Translated from the Original Hebrew into English. M. M. Noah & A. S. Gould, New York, N.Y. 1840., 24.5 x 15 cm., hard stamped calico cover 6 blank pages, 2 pp, (with certificates). III - XXXIII, 267, pp. Title page and pp. I-II are missing Dedication on inner side of front cover from 1841 Marks of ex-library Cover worn, rubbed to edges,corners bumped and chipped spine is almost missing but binding still tight. Foxing stains throughout the book, some pages foxed more some less, some minimal Apparently the first U.S. edition. Preface by M. M. Noah. This is a translation of the rabbinic Book of Yashar compiled from the Babylonian Talmud and other Jewish sources, and intermixed with Arabic legends and passages of the Bible. Three fourths of the book are devoted to the pre-Mosaic period, one fifth to the Mosaic period and only three pages to later history. The original edition appeared in Naples in 1552. A Latin version by Johann G. Abicht appeared in Leipzig, 1732, with the title: Dissertatio de libro recti. In 1750 the London printer Thomas Ilive issued an English translation of the work asserting that he had published the real "Book of Yashar" mentioned in the Bible. The present copy is apparently the first U.S. edition. The work also has significance for Rosicrucians and Masons. The book has approbations by Isaac Nordheimer, H. V. Nathan, the rabbi of the synagogue in Kingston, Jamaica, Samuel H. Turner and pr Geo.Bush NY. Moses Samuel (1795-1860) by Saul Marks Moses Samuel (1795-1860) Moses Samuel was a watchmaker and Hebrew scholar, born in London in 1795. His father, Emanuel (Menachem) Samuel (c.1755-c.1800), had emigrated from Kempen, in the province of Posen, Poland, and settled in London c.1775. His father having died, Moses and his mother, Hannah (Hinde; 1752-1822), moved to Liverpool in 1805, where his elder brothers had already settled. He had very little formal education but was an outstanding linguist and is said to have mastered twelve languages, including Chinese! He established a business as a watchmaker and silversmith in Liverpool, and married Harriet Israel (1793-1843) in 1821. They had two daughters and three sons; the sons married three daughters of Schreiner Wolfe of Great Yarmouth, who was the first mayor of Kimberley in the northern Cape Colony, South Africa. Samuel studied the philosophy of Moses Mendelssohn, whom he called "the grand luminary of science and knowledge" and became the leading interpreter and translator of Mendelssohn's work in English. He published English editions of Mendelssohn's Jerusalem (1838) and the celebrated correspondence between Mendelssohn and Lavater, published as part of the former's memoirs. Samuel also translated the Book of Jasher (1840) into English. This was falsely alleged to be an ancient Hebrew text, but he still sold his translation for £150 to be published in New York. Sadly, due to a disagreement with his publisher over the authenticity of the Book, Samuel's name does not appear on it. Although his translation was accepted as accurate, many scholars criticised the claims of the text. Samuel fought hard against Christian proselytisation within the Jewish community, publishing anti-missionary pamphlets in 1819, 1822 and 1827. He campaigned for Jewish emancipation, and it was during a meeting about this in 1840 that he collapsed for the first time, probably due to a stroke. In 1845, a second attack would leave him paralysed. Nevertheless, he persisted in his literary work and earned a living as a language teacher in his later years. Although Liberal in his politics, Samuel was strictly observant of orthodox Judaism. He opposed the growth of the Reform movement, but he did accept some innovations in synagogue ritual, such as sermons in English. In 1846-7, in conjunction with the minister to the Liverpool Jewish community, DM Isaacs, Samuel edited Kos Yeshuot ("Cup of Salvation"), which was a monthly magazine "devoted to the advocacy of Orthodox Jewish principles", in which many contributions appeared in Hebrew with English translations. The magazine's publication of original articles in Hebrew on secular subjects was unusual for the period, particularly in England, and a good example of these is one by Samuel himself, celebrating the railway engine. Unlike his brother Louis Samuel (1794-1859), Moses remained a poor man, although he did compile a library of rare Hebrew books. He died at Ranelagh Place, Mount Pleasant, on 17 April 1860, leaving an estate of under £100. His jewellery and watchmaking business had taken very much a back seat to his linguistic and political work, and suffered badly in the process. However, by the turn of the 20th century, his son, Walter Samuel (1829-63) and his wife Harriet (1836-1908) transformed it into the first and most successful multiple-shop jeweller's in Britain: H Samuel (named after Harriet). Moses' great-grandson, Gilbert Samuel Edgar, served as company chairman from 1935-78. In a far cry from Moses' orthodox Jewish roots, one of his descendants included a Roman Catholic priest, Father Edward Hill, along with a Metropolitan Police magistrate, Geoffrey George Raphael. His great-nephew was Herbert Louis Samuel, the first Viscount Samuel.

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        A Compendious Geographical and Historical Grammar Exhibiting a Brief Survey of the Terraqueous Globe

      W. Peacock, London 1795 - This assumed first edition is clean, tight, square with good corners (very lightly bumped) and internally unmarked, but there is an 1885 name on two separate front flyleaves. It is lightly rubbed surface and edges. It is a little book (5.25" x 3.75") with marbled end papers and 404, clear pages plus contents bound in gilt ruled brown leather. It is illustrated with 13, color, fold-out maps. the spine is decorated with gilt bands and gilt designs in the panels. the gilt titles are in a red box in one of the panels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Whole Genuine and Complete Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish Warrior; Also a Continuation of the History of the Jews

      Archibald Woodruff & John Turner, Philadelphia 1795 - Folio. 721 pp. 6o full-page copperplate engravings. Leather backed cloth covered boards, good copy. (91761). Wear along outer margins of pages, not affecting text or illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Musae Etonenses.

      London: G. Stafford,, 1795. Seu Carminum Delectus nunc primum in lucem editus. 3 volumes in 2, octavo (228 x 155 mm). Contemporary diced russia by Ingalton, titles to smooth spines gilt in compartments, decorative frame to covers gilt, turn-ins gilt, marbled edges and endpapers, green silk markers. Text in Latin in vols. 1 and 2, Greek in vol. 3. Spines lightly faded, slight bumps to tips, short closed tear to foot of title page of vol. 1; an excellent handsomely bound set. First edition, large paper issue, with the errata and list of subscribers, in a scarce and handsome Eton binding by Ingalton. This is William Herbert's first book, a collection of poetry in Latin and Greek, edited at the age of 17 whilst a student at Eton. Herbert went on to serve as MP for Hampshire and Cricklade, later being ordaining and serving as Dean of Manchester. He also gained a high reputation, "as a classical scholar, a linguist, and a naturalist", and published a number of books on various scholarly topics (ODNB). Volume one has the scarce Ingalton's binder's ticket to the rear pastedown; Ingalton, an Eton based book binder and publisher, reprinted the Musae Etonenses in 1817 with additional material. Despite the high number of binders operating out of Eton at this time it is unusual to find a signed binding such as this one. Additionally with the armorial bookplate of old Etonian Edmund Pollexfen Bastard to the front pastedowns. Bastard served as MP for Dartmouth and from 1816, Devon, succeeding his uncle and passing the seat of Dartmouth to his younger brother. As an M.P. he, "initially drew attention to himself only by the 'rarity' of his attendance, as Lord Granville noted in 1816"(History of Parliament). The whole presents a fine union of Etonian text, binder, and provenance.

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        Print] Merchant of Venice

      John & Josiah Boydell at the Shakespeare Gallery,, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1795 - Merchant of Venice. Stipple. In frame with glass. Size: Frame: 28 x 35 inches. Size of print that is visible inside the matting: 17¾ x 24¾ inches The image without measuring in the printed material underneath it: 15¾ x 21½ inches. Weight: c. 15 pounds. The back of the frame is board, not carton. The printed material underneath the image: Shakespeare. Merchant of Venice. Act II, Scene V. Shylock¿s House. Shylock, Jessica, and Lancelot. Painted by R. Smirke R.A. Engraved by J. P. Simon. Publish¿d Dec. 1, 1795 by John & Josiah Boydell at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall; & at No. 90 Cheapside, London. Shy. What are there masques? Hear you me Jessica: Lock up my doors; and when you hear the drum, And the wry squeaking of the wry neck¿d fife, Clamber not you up to the casements then. Nor thrust your head into the public street, To gaze on Christian fools with varnished faces But stop my house¿s ears, I mean my casements, Let not the sound of the shallow foppery enter My sober house. Shipping it as is would be costly, unless the glass is replaced with Mylar. British Library: Shakespeare Gallery / Merchant of Venice Department: Prints & Drawings Registration number: Dd,6.27.* Location: British Printmakers XVIIIc Plan Press Title Merchant of Venice, Act II, Scene V Title Shakespeare Gallery Techniques stipple Published in London in 1793 by John Boydell; Josiah Boydell. Print made by Peter Simon After Robert Smirke School/Style: British Scope Note (stipple) This term is a variety of intaglio printmaking in which the tone is created by making numerous dots on the plate, either directly or via etching. Description Shylock addressing Jessica in the hall of his house, having just dismissed Launcelot from service, Jessica looking towards where Launcelot is on the point of leaving, looking back to let her know that Lorenzo will come that night. 1793. Stipple Inscription Content: Lettered below the image with "Shakspeare.", title, description of setting and characters present, production detail: "Painted by R. Smirke. R.A.", "Engraved By J. P. Simon" and publication line: "Publish'd Dec, 1 1795, by John & Josiah Boydell, at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall & at No. 90, Cheapside, London"

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        Des Révolutions de France et de Genève par M. D'Ivernois

      de l'Imprimerie de T. Spilsbury & Fils, 1795. In-8° (22,5 x 14 cm), pp. V, (3), VIII, 488, legatura coeva cartonata con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Qualche normale segno d'uso alla legatura, in particolare qualche piccola menda alla cerniera anteriore. Al frontespizio, nel margine superiore, antica firma d'appartenenza cancellata. Leggero foxing limitato a poche pagine, nel complesso esemplare ben conservato, in barbe editoriali. Parzialmente intonso. Raro. L'opera si compone di due parti: La Révolution française a Genève. Tableau historique et politique de la conduite de la France envers les Genevois, depuis le mois d'octobre 1792, jusqu'au mois de juillet 1795. Par M. d'Ivernois. Troisième édition e Réflexions sur la guerre. Par M. d'Ivernois. En réponse aux Réflexions sur la paix, adressées à Mr. Pitt et aux français. Seconde édition, considérablement augmentée. Table des matières: I. La Révolution Française à Geneve. Introduction; Première Lettre du 22 Août 1794; Seconde Lettre du 23 Septembre; Troisième Lettre du 3 Octobre; Supplement au Tableau de la Révolution; Adresse aux Genevois Révolutionnaires; Lettre de Mr. Chauvet à un Habitant du Pays de Vaud. II. Réflexions sur la guerre. A l'Auteur des Reflexions sur la Paix. Chap. I. La Guerre actuelle a t-elle été plus désastreuse pour les Puissances Coalisées que n'aurait pu l'être leur Neutralité? Doivent elles acquiescer à une Paix quelconque, qui laisserait aux Français la moindre de leurs Conquêtes? Les chances de cette restitution et celles de la guerre ne sont-elles pas en faveur de celui des combattans qui aura le plus de ressources pour prolunger la lutte? Chap. II. Des ressources financières de la République Française, dont toute la puissance, même militaire, consiste exclusivement aujourd'hui dans les assignats. Marche rapide du discrédit progressif de ceux-ci. Terme prochain et inévitable de leur complette annihilation; Chap. III. Etat aù la Convention laisse les Finances à ses successeurs, le 6 Septembre 1795; Chap. IV. Des ressources financières de l'Angleterre, de son Revenu, de son Commerce, de ses Impôts, de sa Dette, et de son Crédit; Chap. V. Obstacles insurmontables qui s'opposent à ce que le Régime Républicain s'établisse parmi les Français. Combien il leur importe de se préserver d'un Chef électif, et de rétrograder vers la Monarchie héréditaire et tempérée; Chap. VI. De quelques Préjugés des Français sur la Constitution Anglaise; Chap. VII. De la Constitution Française de 1795; Conclusion. Nel corso del XVIII secolo Ginevra, retta da un'organizzazione oligarchica monopolizzata dal patriziato, dovette far fronte, nelle nuove condizioni create dallo sviluppo bancario e industriale, a numerosi tentativi di rivolta dei rappresentanti borghesi che erano stati privati dei diritti politici: sommosse si verificarono nel 1707, nel 1738, nel 1766-1768 e nel 1782. Questi tentativi insurrezionali precedettero la rivoluzione del 1794, sulla quale influì anche la propaganda francese. L'instaurazione di un governo rivoluzionario preparò poi l'unione della città con la Francia (1798) e Ginevra divenne capoluogo del dipartimento del Lemano. Nel 1814 essa riacquistò la propria indipendenza e, accresciuta di alcuni territori, entrò come cantone nella Confederazione Elvetica (12 settembre 1814). Più tardi (1815) la nuova situazione fu sancita dal trattato di Vienna. François d'Ivernois (1757-1842) avvocato e uomo politico ginevrino. Nel 1782 ottenne un seggio al Consiglio dei Duecento ma fu condannato all'esilio: stabilitosi in Inghilterra, rientrò a Ginevra nel 1792. Valente pubblicista e scrittore finanziario, fu un tenace e un fermo oppositore della Francia, contro il cui governo pubblicò violenti scritti.

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        Cours d'étude. Nouvelle édition faite d'après l'originale.

      18 vols. Full calf, spines gilt, with red and green morocco title-labels (a few sl. rubbings, top of 5 vols sl. dam., 1 corner dam.; library-labels removed: traces of glue). With engraved frontispiece and 9 folding engravings (convent-stamp on titles), some spots mainly to the titles and a few foxing in places). - Good and (hard to find!) complete set. Vol.1-3: La Grammaire, De l'Art d'Ecrire, Art de Raisonner, Art de Penser. 318,332 and 240 pp. With frontispiece and the 9 folding engravings. Vols. 4-9: Histoire ancienne.326,396,382,462,296 and 352 pp. Vol.10-15: Histoire moderne (dès: Chute de l'empire d'occident) 356,380,316,412,314 and 408 pp. Vol. 16: De l'Etude de l'Histoire. 306 pp. Vol. 17-18: La Langue des Calculs. Ouvrage posthume et élémentaire. Dans lequel des observations, faites sur les commencemens et les progres de cette langue, démontrent les vices des langues vulgaires... Basle (Basel), S. Tourneisen & Paris, Volland, An VII de la République. (ii),234;252 pp. (margin last pages a bit dam.).

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        Amsterdam antieke plattegrond.

      ?Plan Nouveau & tr?s exact de la Ville d?Amsteldam. Nieuwe Platte Grond der Stad Amsteldam??Kopergravure vervaardigd door C. van Baarsel in 1795, gecorrigeerd en gedrukt van twee platen in 1820 bij Mortier, Covens en Zoon. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (voorstelling): 54,5 x 94 cm.Uitgeverij Mortier, Covens en Zoon is waarschijnlijk in 1794 begonnen met het vervaardigen van deze kaart. Hij kwam gereed tijdens het eerste jaar van de Bataafse Republiek (1795-1801). Het was een staatsvorm die de voormalige Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden met hun Generaliteitslanden bestuurde. In de aanloop hiertoe bezette het Franse Noorderleger onder commando van brigade-generaal Charles Pichegru op 19 januari 1795 Amsterdam. Via en fluwelen revolutie werden de zittende regenten vervangen door bestuurders met Franse sympathie?n.Er volgenden verschillende uitgaven van de kaart, met telkens kleine veranderingen in de decoraties of het kaartbeeld die de woelige geschiedenis van ons land weerspiegelen: de Bataafse tijd, de jaren van koning Lodewijk Napoleon, de jaren van inlijving bij het Franse keizerrijk onder Napoleon en de eerste jaren daarna. Zo heet op dit exemplaar uit 1820 de Dam weer Den Dam en niet meer het Revolutie Plein of Plein Napoleon, heet ?t Burgerplein weer Koningsplein is het stadhuis inmiddels paleis en is de waag op de Dam inmiddels afgebroken.Prijs: ?3.450,- (incl. lijst).

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        Amsterdam - Renier Vinkeles, 1795.

      AMSTERDAM AAN HET BEGIN VAN DE FRANSE TIJD?Feest der alliantie tusschen de Fransche en Bataafsche Republieken, gevierd te Amsterdam, op het Plein der Revolutie den 19den Junij, 1795. Het eerste jaar der Bataafsche vryheid.?? Kopergravure uit 1796 door Reinier Vinkeles en Daniel Vrydag naar een tekening van Jacques Kuyper, uitgegeven door kunsthandelaar Cornelis Sebille Roos te Amsterdam. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm.: ca. 42 x 51 cm.Net als in andere delen van Europa groeide eind 18de eeuw in de Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden weerstand tegen de adel, de wens naar een eerlijker bestuur en een meer egalitaire maatschappij, zodat een einde zou kunnen worden gemaakt aan het verdelen van baantjes binnen de regentenklasse. De Orangisten, die stadhouder Willem V zijn absolutistische macht wilden laten behouden, stonden tegenover de patriotten die, onder invloed van de Franse idee?n van de Verlichting en de Amerikaanse Revolutie, meer democratisch invloed op het benoemingsbeleid wilden uitoefenen en meer kansen wilden scheppen voor uitgesloten delen van de bevolking.De Franse tijd begon in het grootste gedeelte van Nederland met de Bataafse Revolutie in 1795, waarbij Nederlandse patriotten, met steun van een Frans leger dat het land was binnengetrokken, de Bataafse Republiek uitriepen. Stadhouder Willem V vertrok naar Engeland in ballingschap.Na het eerdere ?feest der vrijheid? op de Dam, zien hier het "feest der alliantie". Een grote menigte danst om de vrijheidsboom. Bij het onderschrift zien we de drie allegorische emblemen van Vrijheid, Gelijkheid en Broederschap die ook aan de boom hangen.De Franse tijd eindigde toen Napoleon in 1813 werd verslagen en afstand deed van de troon. In dat jaar keerde de oudste zoon van Willem V uit ballingschap terug naar Nederland en aanvaardde koning Willem I als soeverein vorst de regering over Nederland.Prijs: ?1.350,-.

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