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        A TOUR TO MILFORD HAVEN in the Year 1791

      Bound in a later half leather binding with marbled endpapers, this is the First Edition of this travel book from Mrs Marry Morgan, in which she also visits Haverfordwest, Hook, Carmarthen, etc on her travels. With some account of the King Arthur Legend, The binding has some darkening and staining to the cloth, some corner and edge wear to the leather, else binding is in good general condition, internally lacks half title page, foxing to some page edges, old ownership bookplate to front endpaper else contents in good condition, only three copies located on Copac.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cox]
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        Nuova Raccolta Di 100 Vedutine Antiche Della Citta Di Roma E Sue Vicinanze

      Presso Il Sud Incisore Incontio la Chiesa-dei Greci, 1795. Leather Bound. Very Good. Pronti, Domenico. Rome: Presso Il Sud Incisore Incontio la Chiesa-dei Greci, [1795]. Leather bound. Unpaginated. Very good. Rubbing and bumping of the boards with the leather scuffed. Paper on the boards rippled with a few instances of tearing at the edges. Endpapers toned with a small ownership stamp on the front pastedown. Light foxing throughout, mostly to the edges. 100 copper engraving plates, two per page, with copper engraved frontispiece in volume 1. 70 plates, two per page, in the second volume. Bound as one in a half-leather binding with marbled paper covered boards. Red leather title label on the spine.

      [Bookseller: Stick Figure Books (ABAA/ILAB)]
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        THE HOLY BIBLE, illustrated with Engravings by James Fittler from Celebrated Pictures.

      London. R. Bowyer 1795 - 3 volumes tall octavo 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches, handsomely leather bound in FULL EIGHTEENTH CENTURY RED MOROCCO, gilt embossed into compartments with a floral roll tool to the boards, twin leather lettering labels, some slight wear. Illustrated with 3 engraved calligraphic title pages and 64 engraved plates, minor spotting. The letter press by James Bensley. An interesting misprint at Mark vii, 27, Let the children first be killed - instead of filled. A LOVELY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ILLUSTRATED BIBLE IN A PERIOD BINDING. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Herrnhut, 4. V. 1795.

      1795. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An den Leipziger Mathematiker und Physiker Karl Friedrich Hindenburg: "Vor einiger Zeit nahm ich mir die Freiheit, an Sie zu schreiben, wegen einer Algebraischen Angelegenheit, in welcher H. Prof. Klügel Sie zum Schiedsrichter zwischen ihm u. mir erbeten hatte. Ich gab Ihnen zugleich Nachricht von meinem lezten an ihn gerichteten Aufsatz, u. vermuthete, daß er Ihnen denselben zuschicken würde [...] Ich habe nun die Umarbeitung meiner Abhandlung über den Fermatischen Satz meist vollendet, u. da ich vermuthen muß, daß mein lezter Aufsatz, den Sie jetzt in Händen haben, wegen seiner fragmentarischen Beschaffenheit, nicht deutlich genug seyn wird, so nehme ich mir die Freiheit, [...] die 3 ersten Bogen, die den schwierigen Satz betreffen, zu übersenden [...]". - Der in Puttingham in England geborene brüderische Musikwissenschaftler Peter Mortimer war Verfasser eines vielbeachteten Werks über den Choral-Gesang der Reformation. - Etwas angestaubt und fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Gotha, 29. III. 1795.

      1795. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Hiemit habe ich die Ehre Ew. Wohlgebohren die Übersezzung [sic] der Graf Brühlischen Abhandlung nebst meinem Anhang dazu zu überschicken, und wünsche nur daß meine Arbeit Ihren Beifall erhalten möge. Die Kupfer habe ich so oekonomisch als möglich eingerichtet, und nur dasjenige vom 1ten Heft des Archivs wegen der Größe zum Muster genommen, nach dieser Einrichtung bleibt Ihnen noch die Hälfte der Kupfer Platte zu einer anderen Disposition, aus der Brühl. Abhandlung ist nicht ein Wort ausgelassen, aber ich habe mir die Freyheit genommen, die Tabellen, und die Anmerkungen dabey zum Theil gehörigen Orts in den Text einzuschalten, zum Theil am Ende in etwas veränderter Form anzuhängen, die Deutlichkeit der abgehandelten Gegenstände gewinnt dabey und es erleichtert den Druck im Archiv, denn ich vermuthe alle diese Tabellen, wie ich sie geordnet habe, werden auf eine Seite gehen, wenigstens wenn sie in die Queren auf das Blatt gedruckt werden [...]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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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. Versand D: 2,00 EUR Nordamerika, USA,

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gallus]
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        A Narrative of the British Embassy to China, in the Years 1792, 1793 and 1794: Containing the Various Circumstances of the Embassy, with Accounts of Customs and Manners of the Chinese, and a Description of the Country, Towns, Cities, &c.

      London for J. Debrett 1795 - London for J. Debrett, 1795, Contemporary tan calf, marbled boards, red morocco gilt title-piece, a little scuffing to marbled boards, otherwise a very nice copy.First Edition. The account made by Aeneas Anderson of Macartney's British Embassy to Peking in 1792-1794. This was the first account of the embassy to be published and as Macartney's personal servant Anderson was well-placed to record the course of events, which ended in disappointment for the British. In addition to a chronological description Anderson provides a 'list of the gentlemen who composed the retinue of Earl Macartney', an appendix containing 'an account of the transactions of the squadron during the absence of the embassy, till their return on board his Majesty's ship the Lion at Wampoa' and a short 'glossary of Chinese words'. Anderson was assisted in preparing the work by the writer William Combe. Bookplate of Lord Forbes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Militaria]. Grundsäze der Evolutions der Cavallerie zum Unterricht junger Officiers. Mit acht und dreißig Kupferplatten.

      Breslau, Hirschberg und Lissa Johann Friedrich Korn 1795 In-4 de VIII-238-(2) pp., 38 planches repliées hors-texte, basane havane à large rabat, dos muet, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale restée anonyme. Manuel de technique militaire à l'usage des officiers de cavalerie où chaque manoeuvre trouve une justification mathématique. Il fut composé vers 1775 soit vingt ans avant sa première édition. Légers manques sur la reliure. 38 planches repliées hors-texte.

      [Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens]
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        Autograph letter signed ("W. Tischbein"). Naples, 17. III. 1795.

      1795. 8vo. 2¾ pp. on double leaf. A fine letter to the art collector and art dealer Johann Friedrich Frauenholz (1758-1822), written during Tischbein's curatorship as head of the Accademia di Belle Arti at Naples. Tischbein discusses a painting which Frauenhold had sent him, and writes about the publication of his works on Red-figure vase painting. - Edges slightly frayed.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        Ancient and Modern History of Lewes and Brighthelmston, in which are compressed the most interesting events of the County at large under the Regnian, Roman, Saxon and Norman settlements.

      Lewes: Printed for W. Lee the Editor and Proprietor 1795 - Whilst the text in this book appears to be the original 1795 text it is interspersed with 20 illustrations of Lewes. The engravings are mostly dated c1823 they will could have been bound in time after the original publication. There is no index to the illustraitons. Attractive volume in fine three quarter leather binding, light tan leather corners and spine, banded spine with titles in two panels lettered in gilt, on a maroon and a black leather label, paper covered marbled boards, blind stamped key pattern line detail, this handsome binding is in pristine condition, plain endpapers, very small book binder's label to top of front paste down, no inscriptions, 8vo, engraved frontispiece opposite the title page, following this the preliminaries are not paginated, Dedication to his Royal Highness George Augustus Frederick Prince of Wales by William Lee dated March 1795, on the reverse side of the dedication is a single page of Errata, 555 pages followed by index. (No subscribers list). The text is foxed but fully readable. Illustrated with 20 Full Page Lithograph Engravings that are in very good condition. The frontispiece engraving is View of the Keep Lewes Castle, drawn amd published by J Rouse Fulham and engraved by C Ingrey. The others are: Mount Harry Hill and the Wall Land from the Keep, Lewes Castle; Saint Mary's Lewes; All Saints Church Lewes; S View of St John's Sub Castro, Lewes; The Old Town Hall Lewes; Remains of West Gate Lewes; Internal Part of West Gate Lewes; The Gatehouse of Lewes Castle; Remains of the Keep of Lewes Castle drawn and published by James Rouse 1823, Saint Peter's Westout Lewes: N.W. of the Spittal Lewes; S E View of the priory of Saint Pancras Lewes dated 1823; Lewes Priory and Pigeon House; Remains of the Church of Lewes Priory; Remains of the Gatehouse of Lewes Priory; Remains of Saint James's Hospital Lewes; The Church of St John the Baptist, Southover; The Tomb of Gundrad daughter of Wm the Conqueror; The top of the Tomb of Gundrad daughter of Wm the Conqueror. The book is certainly pleasingly illuminated by the illustrations, James Rouse, (1773-1825), Fulham who published and drew most of the engravings was an accomplished artist who produced many views of countryside and towns in Sussex. In association with his wife he produced Rouse's Scraps of Sussex, drawn and published by James Rouse and engraved by Elizabeth Rouse. This was in the form of an illustrated ten sheet folio sized folder, now very rare. The engravings found in this volume of Ancient and Modern History of Lewes are drawn and published by C Rouse and in most cases the engravikng has been credited to contemporary lithographer, Charles Ingrey. A very unusual find which is both fascinating and memorable, a comprehensive book about historic Lewes - a Sussex Town that remains beautiful and atmospheric. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Kaiserberg bei Griesenau. Aquatinta in Brauntönen von B(enedikt) Piringer nach (Ferdinand) Runk aus "Sammlung der vorzüglichsten Mahlerischen Gegenden von Tyrol". Wien, Josef Eder 1801, 32 x 46,5 cm

      - Nebehay-W. 579 / 7.- Prachtvolle Ansicht des Wilden Kaisers von Osten.- Der Landschaftsmaler Ferdinand Runk bereiste im Auftrag des Erzherzogs Johann, bei dem er ab 1795 angestellt war, das Land Tirol. Aus seinen Vorzeichnungen erschuf Benedikt Piringer 28 wunderbare Aquatintaradierungen, die ab 1801 bei Jos. Eder in 2 Serien erschienen sind.

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        Mémoire sur les eaux minérales et les monumens thermaux des Pyrénées.

      R. Vatar Paris 1795 In-8 ( 200 X 130 mm ) de XXVII-154 pages, demi-veau blond glacé, dos lisse orné d'un grand fer romantique doré, pièce de titre de basane anthracite. ( Reliure de l'époque ). Edition originale. Quatre planches dépliantes in-fine représentant un plan et un projet de monument thermal à Barèges. Très bel exemplaire, finement relié de cet ouvrage très rare ( Labarere 936 ). D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Braunschweig, 29. XII. 1795.

      1795. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Mitarbeiter in Sachen eines von Campe herausgegebenen Periodikums, wohl die "Beiträge zur Beförderung der fortschreitenden Ausbildung der deutschen Sprache" (Braunschweig 1795-97): "Ew. Wohlgebohren muß ich, in Bezug auf mein neuliches Antwortschreiben, mit Bedauern mittheilen, daß die deutsche Schriftsteller- u. Lesewelt fortfährt, unsere Bemühungen um die weitere Ausbildung der d. Sprache ihrer Bemerkung unwerth zu finden. Da nun die Verlagshandlung es nicht rathsam fand, ein Werk fortzuführen, bei dem ihr nicht einmahl ihre baare Auslage für Papier u. Druck, geschweige denn die übrigen Verlagskosten, ersetzt werden, und da es auch meiner Art zu denken u. zu handeln nicht gemäß ist, den Leuten etwas aufzudringen, was sie nicht zu haben wünschen: so wurde beschlossen, die Beiträge mit dem 3. St. zu schließen. Allein, da die würdigen Verfasser derselben hierauf erklärten, daß sie in Betracht des Nutzens, den dies Werk zu haben scheine, bereit wären, künftig unentgeldlich [!] etwa zu arbeiten, wenn die Verlagshandlung es unter dieser Bedingung fortsetzen könnte: so habe ich diese dazu vermocht, ungeachtet sie auch so noch einigen Schaden dabei leiden wird. Das Werk wird also nun, aber nur um Gotteswillen, fortgesetzt werden. - Unwissend, ob auch Sie in einer Lage sich befinden, die Ihnen erlaube, um Gotteswillen zu arbeiten, habe ich geglaubt sie hievon benachrichtigen zu müssen, bevor Sie Ihren Vorsatz, uns mit Beiträgen zu diesem Werk zu unterstützen, in Erfüllung brächten [...]". - Leicht gebräunt, sonst sehr wohlerhalten.

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        Abruzzo / Citra

      1795. Rara carta geografica del nord dell'Abruzzo mm 350x440

      [Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio]
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        A collection of the newest songs, which are now sung on the British stage, and at the most fashionable places of entertainment. 8vo. 72pp. Unknown to Hunt, the BBTI and The Scottish Book Trade Index, R. Davidson is represented in ESTC by two works dated 1796 and 1798. This unrecorded earlier work is typical of its genre with references to singers and verses ('Sung by Miss Leary at Vauxhall.') and authors. Its principal interest is that of the earliest recorded printing of a little known provincial printer. Bound with: The testament of the twelve patriarchs, the sons of Jacob. Translated from the Greek by Robert Grosthead, B.D. Berwick : printed for W. Phorson; B. Law, Ave-Maria-Lane, London, 1791. 12mo in sixes. x, 106pp, pp [107]-110 Phorson's list. ESTC: L, C, E. Bound with: A collection of essays, anecdotes, tales, &c., with some originals, by a debtor, during his confinement in prison. Newcastle upon Tyne: printed by M Angus & Son, for the editor, 1802. 12mo in sixes. 84pp. COPAC: L. OCLC adds California State Library Not in Anderton.. Bound with: BROWN, John, Author of Albanus. The tour of Albion. Or, book of fame ... No. I[-III.] (all published) [Colophon. Printed: The Author,] N.D. 17cm. 48pp. Albanus; or the poetical tour of Scotland is recorded in COPAC and ascribed by the British Library to Dr. John Brown. It was printed in Dumfries in 1803. The contents of the work offered here are similarly poetical with a strong Scottish bias; the later pieces, commencing with the item on perpetual motion, are short prose works. COPAC: NLS. (the portrait there from a later work of 1819 and thus not part of the collation.) Publication details given as [Edinburgh 1810.]

      

      [Bookseller: John Turton]
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        1795 NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME CANAL

      This is a unique important and historic manuscript primary archive of original documents relating to the Newcastle Under Lyme Junction Canal, the archive consists of three large leather bound volumes with other loosely inserted ephemera, the canal which opened in 1800 was only three miles in length connecting the Trent & Mersey Canal at Stoke-on-Trent to Newcastle-under-Lyme, this archive of original documents from the Newcastle-under-Lyme Junction Canal Company includes a bound volume of the 1795 Act of Parliament granting permission for the canal to be built, and another act from 1864 when the Canal had been sold to the North Staffordshire Railway Company which by this time was also owner of the Trent and Mersey Canal, The Second Volume titled "Newcastle Under Lyme Lower Canal" with watermarked paper dated 1797, is the Mortgage Loan Record book" containing lists and details of investors & Shares records etc, started in 1799 with most of the entries dating from the 1820s - 1830s , with a number of entries having the waxed stamps of the canal company, this is a thick volume which the first half is used, also loosely inserted in the rear are documents dating from the 1880s - 1890s, along with others dating up to the 1930s when the canal was sold and closed, the Third Volume is titled "The Newcastle Under Lyme Junction Canal Order Book" the first entry in this book is dated 1825 and was used up to 1863, containing a fascinating series of entries which provide an invaluable insight to the running of the canal, also loosely inserted in this volume are a series of Aerial photographs shot either in the 1950s or 1960s showing parts of the old route of the canal which by then was completely built over. An invaluable Museum quality collection of original documents relating to the Newcastle Under Lyme Junction Canal from its inception in 1795 to its closure in 1935. A Primary Source Material Archive which would provide enough information to write a book on the Canals History

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        Du Gouvernement, des Moeurs, et des Conditions en France avant la Révolution, avec le Caractère des principaux Personnages du Règne de Louis XVI

      A Hambourg chez Benjamin Gottlob Hoffmann , 1795, In-8 de 216 pp. demi-percaline verte et papier bradel , dos lisse orné d'un double motif de fleurs pièce de titre en maroquin rouge superbe etat de cet ouvrage rareRAY bur armo

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        Description of a forty-feet reflecting telescope

      London, The Royal Society of London, 1795. pp. 347-399, plus 19 folding plates showing a total of 47 figures, including the famous huge foldout plate of this enormous telescope. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards.l The forty-foot reflector telescope that William Herschel (1738-1822) built at Slough (near Windsor) in the late 1780's was at that time the largest in the world. It was compared in the popular press to the Colossus of Rhodos and other wonders of the world. The telescope is even mentioned on the Ordnance Survey map. The construction was supported by King George III, and built by Herschel, his assistant and sister Caroline. In this paper, Herschel gives detailed insight into the construction and functionality of the telescope. The article is illustrated with 19 plates, including the famous enormous foldout view of the telescope, and was published in the Philosophical Transactions for the year MDCCXCV (1795), Part II. This is the original edition, not the abridged one, with just one plate included in the Herschel paper. Additional papers of interest include the massive paper titled "An account of the trigonometrical survey carried on in the years 1791, 1792, 1793, and 1794, by order of his grace the Duke of Richmond..." presented by the Duke. This includes a very large folded map of southern England from Dorchester to Hastings, and including the Isle of Wight. This edition also includes the illustration of a new transit instrument, and a rare early paper on marsupial ontogeny titled "Some observations on the mode of generation of the Kanguroo, with particular description of the organs themselves", by Everard Home, with fine illustrations. Boards rubbed and detached, spine cover mostly perished. Most plates, but not the very large telescope plate, a bit toned, especially in the margins. Otherwise a very good clean and unmarked copy. DSB VI, p. 329; Houzeau & Lancaster, p. 918.

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        Karte von Amerika

      1795. Dal primo atlante del mondo ad essere prodotto da un austriaco, la "Grosse Deutscher Atlas", questa è una mappa interessante e delicatamente incisa delle Americhe. Sono inclusi tre piani incassati che mostrano i tredici Stati Uniti d'America, Alaska e lo Stretto di Cook, e, della Baia di Hudson e la Groenlandia. Il tutto è ben dettagliato con colore utilizzato per definire i territori. Il cartiglio del titolo appare in una cornice floreale in basso a destra e il nome dell'incisore è dato anche nell'angolo in basso a sinistra. Una mappa attraente di grande formato da un cartografo relativamente raro. From the first world atlas to be produced by an Austrian, the "Grosse Deutscher Atlas", this is an attractive and delicately engraved map of the Americas. Included are three inset plans showing the thirteen United States of America; Alaska and the Cook Strait; and, Hudson's Bay and Greenland. The whole is well detailed with colour used to define territories. The title cartouche appears in a floral surround at lower right and the engraver's name is also given in the lower left corner. An attractive large format map by a relatively uncommon mapmaker. Vienna Wien 790 620

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        [Saint-Domingue]. St. Domingo ff. By his Excellency Sir Adam Williamson, Knight of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Captain General, Governor, and Commander in Chief of those parts of St. Domingo, which now are or may hereafter become subject to the British Government, Major-General of his Majesty's Forces, and Colonel of the 47th Regiment of Infantry, &c. &c. &c. To The Chevalier Decordes Cordoue Greeting.

      1795 Parchemin imprimé (340 x 250 mm) et complété à l'encre du temps, cachet armorié à froid épinglé. Nomination contresignée le 21 mai 1795 à Saint Domingue du Chevalier Decordes Cordoue au poste de Major of Cavalery in the Corps called Volontaires Dessources. Given under my name and Seal et Army at Port-au-Prince, the twenty first Day of May in the thirty fifth Year of His Majesty's Reign, Annoque Domini 1795 Adam Williamson.

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        HABITATION DES NÈGRES

      Paris, 1795. Stipple engraving, with etching and mezzotint, 17 1/4 by 20 inches. Minor mat stain, small tape remnants on verso. Very good. A richly detailed and quite striking view of an African village, with families and their livestock and homes, situated near a waterfall, with a rope bridge connecting the two houses. This idealized view of life in West Africa, a humanizing view of African natives, was produced as part of early anti-slavery movements in Republic-era France. Colibert engraved the image after Freret. Rare.

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        LE MARIAGE DES NÈGRES.

      Paris. [1795]. - Stipple engraving, with etching and mezzotint, 17 by 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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        Sammelband mit 17 Reden vor und Berichten an den Nationalkonvent Frankreichs (4 von Robespierre, 2 von Saint-Just), 15 in deutschen Übersetzungen. Starker Halbpergamentbd um 1890 mit Rückenschild. Verschiedene Formate, 12° bis gr.-8°.

      Ohne Ort 1793-1795. - 1. Konstitutions-Akt, welchem die Erklärung der Rechte des Menschen und des Bürgers vorausgeht . Am 24. Junius 1793, 20 S. - Die Verfassung von 1793, die im Wesentlichen von Marie-Jean Hérault de Séchelles, Georges Couthon und Louis Antoine de Saint-Just konzipiert wurde. Sie wurde am 24. Juni 1793 vom Nationalkonvent verabschiedet und am 10. August 1793 in einer Volksabstimmung mit großer Mehrheit angenommen. Es handelt sich um die erste republikanische Verfassung in Frankreich. Sie gilt als überaus demokratisch, trat aber nie in Kraft, stattdessen übte von Herbst 1793 bis Sommer 1794 der Wohlfahrtsausschuss eine blutige Terrorherrschaft aus. Die Grundlage dieser Verfassung war die Erklärung der Menschen- und Bürgerrechte vom 26. August 1789, die hier wieder abgedruckt wurde. Ziel ist das "allgemeine Glück" auf der Basis der natürlichen und rechtlichen Gleichheit aller Menschen. Als Schlüsselrechte gelten: Freiheit, Gleichheit, Sicherheit und Eigentum. – 2. Proclamazion des National-Convents an das Frankenvolk. Vom 1. Germinal . 15 S. (21. März 1794). - Detaillierte Darstellung der vermeintlichen inneren Bedrohung durch die Hébertisten nach der Verhaftung Héberts und seiner Anhänger (14. 3.) und deren Hinrichtung am 24. März. – 3. Robespierre, Maximilian. Bericht über die Verbindung religiöser und moralischer Vorstellungen mit republikanischen Grundsäzen, und über die National-Feste in der Sizung des 18. Floreal . 64 S. (7. Mai 1794). - Bedeutsame Stellungnahme Robespierres zum Verhältnis von Revolution zu Religion und Moral. Am Schluss (ab S. 57) "Plan des Festes des höchsten Wesens", das am 20. Praireal gefeiert werden soll. Erste deutsche Einzelausgabe einer der berühmtesten und spektakulärsten Reden des Revolutionärs. Sie markiert den Gipfel seines Radikalismus, zugleich aber auch den Wendepunkt seiner politischen Karriere. Durch den von ihm propagierten Kurs der unbarmherzigen Härte gegen die Feinde der Revolution zog er den ersten Unwillen des Volkes auf sich. Dieser schlug in offene Feindschaft um, als das von Robespierre initiierte "Fest des höchsten Wesens", am 8. Juni 1794 erstmalig begangen, in eine Verherrlichungsfeier seiner Person ausartete. - Fromm 22118. – 4. Robespierre, Maximilian. Bericht über die Grundsäze der politischen Moral, welche das National-Convent bey der innern Verwaltung der Republik leiten soll . 40 S. - (6. Februar 1794). - Als Robespierre am 5. Februar 1794 die Rednertribüne des Konvents besteigt, um vor den Volksvertretern die "Prinzipien der politischen Moral, die den Nationalkonvent bei der inneren Verwaltung der Republik leiten sollen" zu entwickeln, ist die Revolution bereits in ihr letztes, radikales, blutiges Stadium eingetreten. Nur noch ein halbes Jahr Leben liegt vor Robespierre, als er mit letzter Klarheit und Rücksichtslosigkeit seine Vision des republikanischen Staates entwirft. Ihn zu errichten, wird seine Kraft nicht mehr ausreichen, nur noch dazu, dessen Gegner und seine zu tödlichen Feinden gewordenen Mitstreiter vor das Revolutionstribunal zu bringen, an ihrer Spitze Georges-Jacques Danton. Die Rede vom 5. Februar ist zu Recht und in mehrfacher Hinsicht als das politische Testament Robespierres bezeichnet worden. Hier ist der Begriff des "Terrors" vollkommen entfaltet und ins politische Programm eingepasst - als eine Vorform des modernen Totalitarismus. Die Rede gilt als "Dokument verbalen Tugendwahns" und als ein "Manifest moralischen Fanatismus", um die Herrschaft der Jakobiner zu legitimieren – 5. Robespierre, Maximilian. Bericht an die National Konvention im Namen des Komites des öffentlichen Heils . über die politische Lage der Republik. 54 S., 1 Bl. (17. November 1793). - Erste deutsche Ausgabe von Robespierres berühmter flammender Rede über die politische Situation Frankreichs und Europas. Möglicherweise stammt auch diese Übersetzung von A. G. F. Rebmann, der für vier spätere Ausgaben verantwortlich zeichnet. "Die fränkische Revolution hat die Welt erschüttert. Der Sc [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Paul and Virginia. Translated from the French [...] by Helen Maria Williams, author of letters on the French Revolution, Julia a Novel, Poems, &c.

      S.l. (Paris): s.n. [Printed by John Hurford Stone], 1795. Very good antiquarian condition. 8vo. [2], viii, [2], 9-274, including half-titles (one before title-page, the other between pp. viii and 9). With 6 engraved engraved plates executed after Dutailly. Bound in contemporary French tree calf, smooth spine gilt, red lettering piece (hinges and corners sympathetically repaired; plate opposite p. 164 with inexplicable waterstain which no doubt occurred before the book was bound, and is nowhere else in evidence). First edition in English of this radical Utopian novel, printed at the so-called "English Press" at Paris during the Terror without mention of the printer or place of imprint. Our copy, the only one currently on the market, is distinguished by the presence of the six engraved plates (not mentioned by ESTC). The printing of this book has caused bibliographers and literary historians a great deal of confusion, with its "English-looking" typography and use of catchwords on the . It is described in some catalogues as being provincial English and ESTC assigns the location of the printer to "London?" -- and yet its true origin has been identified by John Bidwell of the Morgan Library, who writes: "Given the French origins of the paper, type, plates and binding, and the quality of the typesetting, this edition was printed in Paris, almost certainly at the English Press of the expatriate radical John Hurford Stone, who was living with Helen Maria Williams [the translator of the work] at this time" (cf. Madeleine B. Stern, "The English Press in Paris and its successors," PBSA 74 [1980] pp. 307-89. The type itself is of English origin, having been cast from Baskerville's own punches by the "Depôt des caracteres de Baskerville" in Paris, established by Beaumarchais in 1791 and closed ca. 1795-1796. Beaumarchais (who considered Baskerville a genius) purchased the bulk of the Birmingham printer's punches from his widow after his death (cf. John Dreyfus, "The Baskerville punches 1750-1950" in: The Library, 5th ser. 5 [1951] pp. 26-48, and cited by Bidwell). The translator, Helen Maria Williams, was a central member of an important group of English radicals who had settled in Paris after the Revolution which included Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin and Thomas Paine. She formed an association with the radical printer John Hurford Stone, who divorced his wife in 1794 and was possibly secretly married to Williams that year; it is also possible that they were living together as an unmarried couple. Saint-Pierre here attacks the issues of divided social classes present in eighteenth century French society. The author describes perfect equality occurring on the island of "Mauritius," where inhabitants share the same possessions, have equal amounts of land, and all work to cultivate it -- anticipating the ideals of Marxist Communism. The inhabitants all live in harmony, without violence or unrest. These beliefs of Saint-Pierre's echo those of Enlightenment philosophers such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Furthermore, Saint-Pierre argues for the emancipation of slaves; in real life, he was a friend of Mahe de Labourdonnais, the governor of Mauritius who provided training and encouragement for the island's natives. Although Paul and Virginie own slaves, they appreciate their labor and do not treat them badly. When other slaves in the novel are mistreated, the book's heroes confront the cruel masters. The present translation of "Paul and Virginia" was made at the height of the Terror, when Williams was imprisoned in the Couvent des Anglaises on account of the war between England and France. John Hurford Stone's English Press remained active throughout these years in the Rue de Vaugirard, succesfully printing works by authors such as Paine and Joel Barlow. REFERENCES: P. Toinet, Paul et Virginie, 306. Gumuchian 5052. Cohen-de Ricci 932 (calling for 5 plates only). ESTC T131741 (not calling for any plates).

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        Recueil des principaux plans des ports et rades de la mer Méditerranée, Extraits de ma Carte en Douze Feuilles. Dédiée à Mons. Le Duc de Choiseul, Ministre de la guerre et de la Marine, par son très humble serviteur Joseph Roux Hidrographe du Roy.

      Livourne: Chez François Natali Rûe Genois,1795. In-4 oblong;titre gravé orné d'attributs marins, 123 plans gravés, 2p. Table.Reliure moderne en maroquin brun, dos lisse orné de filets, pièce de titre en maroquin vert. Page de titre brunie, planche 6 en fac-similé, 4 feuillets restaurés en marge (titre et pl. 40, 45 et 73).Le père de Joseph Roux installa une boutique sur le port de Marseille en 1710. Son fils, premier de la dynastie des Roux à peindre et à dessiner les cartes marines, plans de ports et de rades, fut nommé Hydrographe du Roi en 1764. Le présent recueil provient de la famille Meek, capitaines de père en fils faisant commerce entre Marblehead au Massachusetts et les ports de Marseille, Livourne, Sète..., de pelleteries en provenance de la côte Nord-Ouest de l'Amérique, du bois de santal aux îles Hawaii, et du riz, sucre, et molasses en provenance de Chine. Quelques notes manuscrites du capitaine Thomas Meek indiquent que l'ouvrage lui fut offert par son père lors d'un voyage entre Marblehead et Marseille en 1804, qu'il rencontra une tempête à Bouc, qu'il fut à Cette (Sète) en 1806 et Livourne en 1799 et de nouveau à Marseille en 1805. Chaque carte indique l'échelle, en lieues, toises ou milles de Provence; certaines représentent les villes, fortifications, citadelles, arsenaux, magasins, et mouillages...

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        Autograph letter signed ("Tallien"). Vannes, "ce 19 messidor an 3e" [17 juillet 1795].

      1795. 4to. 4 pages in-4. Importante lettre sur la guerre en Vendée à Clement de Ris, apres le debarquement de Quiberon: "Me voilà encore une fois, mon cher Clement, au milieu des brigands et de plus en présence des Anglais. J'avois bien promis de ne plus accepter de mission, mais je n'ai pu refuser celle-ci; elle étoit perilleuse, personne ne vouloit l'accepter [...] Je suis dans le plus infame pays de la terre tout est Chouan ou Anglais. Aussi il faut que les émigrés soient aussi bêtes qu'ils l'ont toujours été pour n'avoir pas profité de leur position avantageuse. On avoit tout fait pour eux. Sous le spécieux pretexte d'une pacification perfide on a laissé aux Chouans le terms de réunir toutes leurs forces, de recruter leurs armées, de repandre leurs principes contre revolutionnaires. Pendant que l'on protegeoit ainsi les assasins de la Patrie, on vexoit les patriotes les plus purs, ceux enfin qui avoient commencé la revolution dans ces contrées dès 1788. On préparoit ainsi aux infames émigrés tous les moyens de venir redonner des fers à une patrie qu'ils avoient si lachement abandonné". - La pacification a tout anéanti dans le pays: "On ne rencontre plus que des hommes prêts à s'entre dévorer [...] il n'y a plus ni morale, ni respect des lois, toutes les propriétés sont dévastées. On parcourt des lieux sans rencontre une ame. Les bestiaux sont abandonnés à eux-mêmes. Plus de la moitié de la population s'est réfugiée à Quiberon. L'autre est dans les großes communes. Ce que les Anglais ou les émigrés n'ont pas enlevé ou détruit l'est par notre armée qui manque de tout". - Au milieu de ces calamités, le courage des soldats es tune consolation: "lorsqu'il s'agit de combattre ils ne marchent pas, mais ils volent". - Ce jour même, il y a une attaque, "nous les avons joliment frottés, ils ont eu 300 hommes tués et nous leur avons enlevé plusieurs canons et un convoi de vivres [...] notre position militaire est très bonne, nous avons un excellent général (Hoche). C'est un homme prudent, brave et qui à 27 ans réunit les lumières et la sagesse d'un général concommé. La guerre que nous faisons est d'autant plus cruelle que nous avons à combattre l'ennemi extérieur et la presque totalité des habitans du pays. On avoit porté si peu de soin a sa defense qu'il n'y avoit pas 4 milles hommes, nous sommes parvenus à en reunir 25 mille de bonnes troupes". - L'approvisionnement dans une région déjà deux fois ravagée est laboreux, mais le zèle de l'administration du Morbihan lui rappelle celui des administrations de Tours, pendant la première guerre de Vendée. "En parlant de Vendée, nous ne sommes pas tranquiles sur ce point. Charrette remue beaucoup mais nous sommesen mesure de ce côté". - Il se propose d'aller veiller sur les propriétés que Mme Clément possède dans le pays. "Si nous pouvions battre bien complettement la coalition Anglo-Emigrée-Chouane, je pourrois bien repasser par Tours et aller passer quelques momens à Beauvais, j'y donnerois rendez vous à ma pauvre Theresia qui vouloit absolument venir avec moi, mais que j'ai forcé par le sentiment de notre intérêt commun à rester à Paris [...]".

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        Remarkable Ruins, and Romantic Prospects, of North Britain. With Ancient Monuments, and Singular Subjects of Natural History. The Engravings by Peter Mazell

      I. & J. Taylor, 1795. 2 voll. in-4° (295x220mm), alcune centinaia di pp. per volume (l'opera è priva di numerazione), legatura coeva in p. pelle marrone alle armi di Sir Simon Taylor (si tratta di Sir Simon Richard Brissett Taylor, 1783-1815), impresse in oro al centro dei piatti entro filettatura rettangolare con fregi accantonati. Dorsi a nervetti con titolo in oro e fregi in oro e a secco entro scomparti. Tagli dorati. Al primo vol., antiporta allegorica incisa su rame da Peter Mazell da invenzione di Cordiner, frontespizio inciso e 56 tavole f.t. incise raffiguranti monumenti e rovine del nord della Gran Bretagna, secondo un gusto già preludente all'immaginario romantico; al secondo vol., frontespizio inciso e 41 tavole f.t. Dorsi restaurati. Usuali quanto lievi fioriture. Buon esemplare. Duplice ex-libris, uno dello stesso Taylor e uno di Sir Robert Peel, uno dei massimi statisti britannici del XIX secolo, Home Secretary durante il regno di Giorgio IV e Primo Ministro del Regno Unito per due mandati, dal 10 dicembre 1834 all'8 aprile 1835 e dal 30 agosto 1841 al 29 giugno 1846, autore di importantissime riforme relative alla giustizia, all'ordine pubblico e all'economia, con l'abolizione del protezionismo, la riduzione del debito pubblico e la riforma del sistema bancario con il "Peel act" del 1844. L'ex-libris presenta il blasone dell'eminente statista tory, la dicitura "Drayton Manor" (la sua residenza abituale, situata nello Staffordshire) e il motto "Industria" entro cartiglio. Reimpressione di questa grandiosa illustrazione dei monumenti e delle rovine della Scozia, versione riveduta e ampliata della precedente fatica del Cordiner del 1780, "Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland". Entrambe le opere ebbero parte determinante nella costruzione di quella visione romantica della storia e dei paesaggi scozzesi che ebbe la sua più celebre vita letteraria nei romanzi di Walter Scott. Brunet, II, col. 272. Inglese

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        De l'Economie politique moderne. Discours fondamental sur la population.

      Paris chez Maradan 1795 In-12 de 289 pp., veau havane, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition augmentée d'une table des matières, publiée à l'occasion de l'introduction de l'économie politique au programme des écoles centrales ; la première édition fut publiée à Londres en 1786. « La théorie des stades de développement chez Herrenschwand, clairvoyant quand il analyse l'explosion probable des manufactures » (J. C. Perrot). Quelques rousseurs.

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        Album amicorum kept by the Nauen superintendent Karl Friedrich Ferdinand Tiebel, containing some 200 entries. Halle, Lenzen (Priegnitz), Magdeburg, Berge, Hillersleben and other places, 1795-c.1800.

      1795. Oblong 8vo. 1 f., 229 [but: 219] numbered pp. (87/88, 143-146, 187-190, and 223/224 skipped; 31/32 used twice), 3 ff. With 9 watercoloured pen-and-ink drawings (some in full-page format), 6 pen-an-ink sketches (4 washed), silk embroidery, and 2 silhouettes. Contemp. calf with label to gilt spine; front cover has monogram "K.F.F.T."; "K 1795 B" on back cover. Contemp. paper jacket and cardboard slipcase. Filled with beautiful, often artistically and iconographically remarkable miniatures, this album amicorum is of particular importance for its provenance: drawn up by the circle of friends around the German gymnastics educator and nationalist Friedrich Ludwig Jahn (1778-1852), it illustrates the famous "Turnvater"'s hitherto largely unknown student days and contains a long autobiographical entry by the German "father of gymnastics" who founded the "turnverein" (gymnastics club) movement in Germany. Jahn was a fervent patriot who believed that physical education was the cornerstone of national health and strength and important for strengthening character and national identity. The owner of the album, Karl Friedrich Ferdinand Tiebel (1778-1835), superintendent and senior preacher at Nauen, was a close friend of Jahn's. - One drawing is inserted loosely. Occasional fingerstaining and traces of handling, rather severe scuffing to jacket and slipcase.

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        Muster zu Zimmerverzierungen und Ameublements. Zweite Sammlung. Leipzig, Voss & Compagnie, 1795.

      1795. (14) SS. Mit 24 zeitgenöss. kolorierten num. Kupfern auf 17 Tafeln. Zeitgenöss. Interimsbroschur mit gedr. Deckelschildchen. Qu.-Folio (238 x 378 mm). Schöne Entwürfe für Möbel sowie Wand-und Deckenschmuck. Enthält "auf 24 colorirten Kupfertafeln, zwey Zimmerverzierungen im Ganzen; zwey Spiegeleinfassungen im Geschmack der Arabesken, einen Herrnhuter Ofen, Stühle im gothischen und neusten Geschmack; Gartenmeublen; drey Arbeitstische für Damen; eine Damentoilette in Form einer Commode; ein modernes Bureau für Damen; eine neue Facon einer Commode; englische Fensterrahmen; zwey Ofenschirme; verschiedene Stuhllehnen für Staats- und gemeinere Zimmer, ein ländliches Meublement von Stühlen, Tischen und Canapees aus knotigen und irregulären Aesten wilder Bäume; ein Trimeau oder Flötenkasten; zwey Gehäuse für Stutzuhren; eine Säule zur Verzierung großer Säle; eine englische Glockenlaterne; zwey Desseins zu Fußdecken; verschiedene Muster zu Bronzeleisten; Beschläge zu Kanapees, Stühlen, Consols, Bilderrahmen u. d.gl.; Pariser Bordüren zu Einfassung einfach tapezirter Zimmer" (zeitgenöss. Verlagsanzeige). - Deckel mit Einrissen; eine Tafel mit kl. Eckabriß (keine Bildberührung); die letzten beiden Tafeln lose. Aus der "wertvollen und umfangreichen Bibliothek der Familie Mittrowsky" (Hdb. der hist. Buchbestände) auf Schloß Szávas in Ungarn mit entspr. (teils gestrichenem) Besitzstempel und Deckelsignaturschildchen. Graf Johann Nepomuk Mittrowsky (1757-99), Militärarzt im Infanterieregiment des Grafen Lássy, ergänzte seine Bibliothek "vor allem mit medizinischer Literatur sowie mit Bohemica, Moravica und Silesiaca, die er größtenteils aus säkularisierten Klöstern in Mähren erwarb" (ebd.). Vgl. Kat. der Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 3977 (nur 2. Aufl. der ersten Slg., ersch. 1794 mit nur 6 Tafeln).

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        BULLETIN DE LA CONVENTION NATIONALE. [Du n° 13 du 13 ventôse an III (3 mars 1795), au n° 2bis du 2 vendémiaire an IV (24 septembre 1795)].

      1795 4 demi-basane de l'époque, coiffes habilement restaurées, petite tache sur le dos du 1er vol.. -Mouillures claires et cernes lég. dans les marges de l'ensemble des ff. du 3e volume. -Très bon exemplaire. 205 numéros + 82 numéros bis en 4 vol. in-8, tomés 2 à 5 ; [Paris], Imprimerie Nationale, s.d. [1795], Il manque à cette série le n° 13 du 13 messidor an III et le n° 5 bis du 5e jour complémentaire an III.Cat. coll. des périodiques, B.N. : I-793 ; Tourneux 10819 a ; Martin et Walter, Journaux et almanachs 156 ; Hatin 220. Très importante série d'une des éditions in-8 de ce rarissime périodique. Il parut du 22 septembre 1792 au 4 brumaire an IV (26 octobre 1795) sous forme de placard in-folio. Deux éditions in-8 furent également publiées. La première du 10 nivôse an III (30 décembre 1794) au 4 brumaire an IV (26 octobre 1795). La seconde a paru sous le titre de : Bulletin publié par ordre de l'Assemblée Nationale.Le seul exemplaire in-folio complet se trouve à la bibliothèque de l'Assemblée Nationale, celui de la B.N. est incomplet. La B.N. possède également un exemplaire incomplet de chacune des éditions in-8. Celui correspondant à notre édition commence au 10 nivôse an III (30 décembre 1794) et s'arrête au 3 brumaire an IV (25 octobre 1795). (cf. Tourneux)."Un des journaux les plus curieux et les plus utiles pour l'histoire de la Révolution ; mais on l'a difficilement complet, parce qu'il a paru plusieurs fois deux numéros le même jour et qu'il existe un grand nombre de suppléments." (Hatin). Ce périodique renferme "nombre de pièces qu'on ne trouve point ailleurs." (Tourneux).

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        An essay on design in gardening, first published in MDCCLXVIII, now greatly augmented.

      8vo., xi(1)215(1)pp., including the half-title and with the errata on verso of p.xi, closed tear in one leaf (no loss of surface), bound in early 20th century green half calf, neatly rebacked, gilt and lettered, top edge gilt, others uncut. An excellent, crisp, copy, with the early 20th century armorial bookplate of William Henry Mason.Publisher: London: printed by C. Roworth, for Benjamin and John White.Year: 1795Edition: Second edition. Henrey 1034.

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        Probaseologie oder praktischer Theil der Zahlenlehre der Natur.

      - Gräff, Lpz. 1795. 11 Bl., 448 S. mit gestoch. Titelvignette u. gest. Frontispiz. Etwas späterer Ppbd. mit neuem Rückensch. Etwas berieben u. bestoßen. Leichte Gebrsp. – Seltener Folgeband der „Zahlenlehre der Natur 1794. – Erste Ausgabe. Ackermann V, 780 "Sehr selten". [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Original broadsheet playbill for the 200th performance of the "Zauberflöte" at the Theater an der Wien. Vienna, 22. X. 1795.

      1795. Oblong folio (350 x 450 mm). As in the first performance at Vienna's "Theater am Freihaus" on 30 September 1791 (which Mozart had conducted himself), the part of Papageno was sung by Emanuel Schikaneder, and Mozart's sister-in-law Josefa Hofer played the Queen of the Night. - Slight edge defects.

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        To the Independent Mariners of America, this Chart of their Coast from Savannah to Boston Is most Respectfully Dedicated

      Wm. Heather at the Navigation Warehouse, No. 157 Leadenhall Street, London 1795 - Blue paper-backed sea chart, drawn by John William Norie and engraved by John Stephenson, printed on two sheets joined, original blue paper backing (light vertical creases with minor abrasions). Among Heather's earliest separately-issued blue-back charts of the American coast extending from Georgia to New Hampshire. For most of the eighteenth century, charts were sold bound in atlases. This greatly restricted their size and utility on board ship. As marine survey techniques became more accurate and it became worthwhile plotting on charts and solving navigational problems, charts needed to be laid flat on a table, which made bound charts impractical. After 1800, most commercial charts were sold loose. Their size increased dramatically, and they were backed with blue paper for strength (hence the term "blue back" chart). It was blue backs which were used by the British merchant ships all over the world in the great mercantile expansion of the nineteenth century. William Heather, one of the leading commercial marine publishers of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, was a leader in the shift from bound charts to oversized blue backs. Active from 1793 to 1812, his earliest productions were for the European coasting trade, but he soon moved on to charts for the rich commercial markets of North America and Asia. "Heather's own charts had a distinctive clear house style with the titles in elaborate decorative scripts set in a simple circular frame" (Fisher). This map was drawn by John William Norie, and is among the earliest examples of his navigational productions. Norie was a mathematician, hydrographer, chartmaker and publisher of nautical books. His most famous work was the Epitome of Practical Navigation (1805), which became the standard work on navigation and went through numerous editions. "In 1795 he drew his first chart for Heather . and by 1796 he was teaching navigation at Leadenhall Street and was part of Heather's establishment . he and Heather shared the work of drawing charts for the firm between them" (Fisher). The cartographic source for this chart is believed to have been from the surveys of Samuel Holland, as well as those by Des Barres for his Atlantic Neptune. The mapping of the coast is extremely detailed, depicting the numerous bays, inlets, and barrier islands, with soundings throughout. The highly decorative map is oriented with north to the northeast so that the coast runs horizontally across the top of the map, with intersecting rhumb lines below and a central cartouche signed in print by Heather at the bottom of the map. Following Heather's death, Norie took over the Naval Warehouse renaming the company J.W. Norie and Company in 1813, which subsequently became Norie and Wilson, and later Imray, Laurie, Norie & Wilson. The desirability of 18th century blue back sea charts is enhanced by their great scarcity due to their ephemeral nature: they were easily damaged on board ship and were frequently destroyed when updated charts were issued. The present map was re-issued by Norie later in the 19th century following Heather's death, but the present 18th-century first issue is excessively rare. We find no institutional holdings in North America of this 1795 first issue and only two copies of what appears to be the second issue dated 1799 (New York Public Library and Harvard). No copies of this map appear in the Map Price Record. Fisher, The Makers of the Blueback Charts , pp. 74-83. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Industry and Idleness. Design'd by Wm. Hogarth. Engraved by T. Cook

      Publised by T. Cook Nº 11 Little Britain & G.G. & I. Robinson Nº 25 Pater Noster, July 1er 1795 [-1796].- // Grand folio oblongue; 12 gravures sur cuivre.- // Reliure de la moitié du XIXe siècle, possiblement de Bucknall, du district londonien Stroud, à la hollandaise avec coins, nerfs, entrenerfs, pièce de titre et bord de dos et coins dorés. Coiffe, queue et couverture de deux entrenerfs absents ; charnière ouverte restaurée et ferme ; chants frottés, coins ouverts. Les gravures présentent un peu d'oxydation dans les marges (les possibles défauts de chacune sont détaillés dans leur description particulière).- // Prov.: Ex-libris collé de la librairie "Sold by B. Bucknall, Letter-Press & Copper-Plate; Printer; Bookseller & Binder, Stroud".- // Contenú: "Plate I. The Fellow 'Prentices at their Looms". Proverbs Chap: 23, Ve: 21. "The drunkard shall come to poverty, and drowsiness shall cloath a man with rags."; Proverbs Chap: 10, Ve: 4. "The hand of the diligent maketh rich." (July 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 363x284mm.).- Déchirure en marge latérale sans suite sur la cuvette, réparation d'époque sans ajout.-- "Plate 2. The Industrious Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian". Psalm CXIX. Ver: 97. "O'. how I love they Law it is my meditation all the day." (1February 1st. 1796). (Cuvette 365x301mm.).- Légère oxydation générale sur le corps de la gravure.-- "Plate 3. The Idle 'Prentice at Play in the Church Yard during Divine Service". Proverbs Ch: XIX. Ver: 29. "Judgments are prepar'd for scorners & stripes for the back of Fools." (Octr. 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 362x284mm.).-- "Plate 4. The Industrious 'Prentice a Favourite, and entrusted by his Master". Matthew Chap: XXV. Ver: 21. "Well done, thou good and faithfull Servant, thou hast been faithfull over a few things, I will make thee Ruler over many things." (December 1st 1795). (Cuvette 365x286mm.).-- "Plate 5. The Idle Prentice turn'd away, and sent to Sea". Proverbs Chap: X. Ve: 1. "A foolish Son is the heaviness of his Mother." (December 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 363x299mm.).-- "Plate 6. The Industrious Prentice out of his Time, and Married to his Master´s Daughter". Proverbs Ch: XII. Ver: 4. "The Virtuous Woman is a Crown to her Husband." - (February 1st. 1796). (Cuvette 365x301mm.).-- "Plate 7. The Idle 'Prentice return'd from Sea, & in a Garret with a common Prostitute". Leviticus Ch: XXVI. Ver: 36. "The Sound of a shaken Leaf shall Chace him."- (Octr. 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 363x281mm.).-- "Plate 8. The Industrious 'Prentice grown rich, & Sheriff of London". Proverbs Ch: IV. Ver: 7,8. "With all thy gettings, get understanding Exalt her & she shall promote thee: she shall bring thee to honour, when thou. dost Embrace her." (February 1st. 1796). (Cuvette 366x291mm.).-- "Plate 9. The Idle 'Prentice betray'd by his Whore, & taken in a Night Cellar with his Accomplice". Probervs Chap: VI. Ve: 26. "The Adultress will hunt for the precious life." (Octr. 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 363x286mm.).- Il s'agit d'une des trois variantes dans lesquelles peut apparaître cette gravure : avec l'expression «by his Whore», sans elle et avec l'expression différente de « by à Prostitute ».-- "Plate 10. The industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London, the Idle one brought before him & impeach'd by his Accomplice". Psalm IX. Ver: 16. "The wicked is snar'd in the work of his own hands."; Leviticus Ch: XIX. Ver: 15. "Thou shall do no unrighteousness in Judgment." (July 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 364x283mm.).- Déchirure en marge latérale sans suite sur la cuvette, réparation d'époque sans ajout.-- "Plate 11. The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn". Proverbs Chap: I. Ver: 27,. 28. "When fear cometh as desolation, and their destruction cometh as a Whirlwind; when distress cometh upon them then they shall call upon God, but he will not answer." (july 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 423x284mm.).- Petite déchirure de 4 mm marge inférieure de la feuille ; déchirure 5 cm marge latérale réparation ancienne avec du papier.-- "Plate 12. The industrious 'Prentice Lord Mayor of London". Proverbs Chap: III. Ver: 16. "Length of days is in her right hand and in her left hand Riches and Honour." (December 1st. 1795). (Cuvette 411x284mm.).- Légère oxydation générale sur le corps de la gravure. Quand la série originale des gravures de Hogarth fut mise en vente en 1747 pour 12 shillings, elle était annoncée comme « la laboriosité et la fainéantise: où sont montrés les avantages d'accomplir l'une et les conséquences funestes de suivre l'autre ». Le bas prix auquel l'édition originale fut vendue et la baisse conséquente de qualité du papier employé, prétendaient faciliter leur vente à des couches plus populaires que celles qui acquéraient habituellement les estampes et les gravures pour que leur fonction moralisante parvienne au public auquel elle était dirigée. Ce n'est pas en vain qu'Hogarth orientait son travail aussi bien contre les pouvoirs et l'hypocrisie des hautes couches de la société de son époque, qu'envers la provocation des couches populaires pour que, loin de se laisser aller, ils s'érigent en acteurs de leur destin, de la même manière que le Tom Jones de Henry Fielding ou les provocatrices interventions d'Adisson et de Steele dans The Spectator. Au sujet de cette série, Hogarth lui-même dirait quelques années plus tard que « comme elle était conçue pour son utilisation par la jeunesse et pour son instruction, il était nécessaire que ce qu'ils devaient savoir soit le plus intelligible possible, c'est pourquoi, plus nécessaire qu'une gravure de taille affinée, ce dont on avait besoin était que les personnalités rassemblées et leurs expressions soient bien claires ». Mais cette propre prétention portait en elle la détérioration rapide de la matérialité de cette production graphique. À la fin du siècle, la série non seulement était hors de commerce, mais était déjà introuvable en bon état. Le graveur et imprimeur Thomas Cook décida pour cela de copier les gravures - les plaques originales étaient alors dans un endroit inconnu - et de réimprimer la série afin d'étendre et de maintenir l'esprit critique de leur auteur. Il y parvint, sans aucun doute.

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        Mus Etonenses : seu Carminum Delectus nunc primum in lucem editus

      London: Excudit G. Stafford, 1795. xiv, [ii], 336, [7] pp. WITH Subscriber's List at pp. v-ix. 8vo (9 x 6-1/2 inches). Full contemporary red straight-grained morocco, a.e.g. Light rubbing and a few scuffs to covers. Bookplate of Edward Herbert Viscount Clive (1785-1848), an Old Etonian (killed by his own son on a pheasnt hunt). xiv, [ii], 336, [7] pp. WITH Subscriber's List at pp. v-ix. 8vo (9 x 6-1/2 inches). FORE-EDGE OF WINDSOR. With a fine fore-edge painting of Windor Castle.

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         Plan de Paris par Roussel Cap.ne Ingénieur. Revu et augmenté l'an IV de la République Française.

      Paris, Goujon, 1795-1796. En 15 sections montées sur toile et pliées, formant un plan de 513 x 667 mm. Très beau plan de Paris, brillamment colorié à l'époque, correspondant à la feuille centrale (n°V), avec son titre propre, du grand plan de Paris et ses environs en neuf feuilles intitulé Paris, ses fauxbourgs et ses environs. Cinquième édition publiée entre 1795 et 1796, pour laquelle la topographie a été revue et augmentée : ajouts du Champ de Mars et de l'Ecole Militaire, du Panthéon, achevé en 1790, du pont Louis XVI - futur pont de la Concorde - achevé en 1792, du mur des Fermiers généraux, et des nouvelles rues au nord des Champs-Elysées. Le maintien des noms liés à l'Ancien Régime, tels que la rue Royale ou la place Louis XV, laisse supposer que le plan fut mis à jour juste avant la Révolution. Très bel exemplaire brillamment aquarellé à l'époque (Boutier, 206 Ec).

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        An essay on design in gardening, first published in MDCCLXVIII, now greatly augmented. Also a revisal of several later publications on the same subject.

      London: printed by C. Roworth, for Benjamin and John White. 1795. 8vo., xi + (1) + 215 + (1)pp., including the half-title and with the errata on verso of p.xi, closed tear in one leaf (no loss of surface), bound in early 20th century green half calf, neatly rebacked, gilt and lettered, top edge gilt, others uncut. An excellent, crisp, copy, with the early 20th century armorial bookplate of William Henry Mason.> Second edition. Henrey 1034. Mason's anonymously published Essay on Design in Gardening>, first published in 1768 as a slight pamphlet of a mere 54 pages, 'intended to supplement the 'unconnected thoughts on gardening' in Shenstone's Works> (vol.2, 1764), shows familiarity with gardens in many parts of England, but refers to his own practice only in general terms. Its main theoretical concern is to draw a line between desirable contrast and undesirable incongruity. ... In 1795 he published a revised and greatly enlarged edition (of the Essay>), in which he now disparaged the gardening theories of Thomas Whately and Uvedale Price. Whately was dead but Price hit back in the second edition of his Essay on the Picturesque> (1796-8), to which Mason responded testily in 1798 with two appendices to his own Essay>'. [James Sambrook in ODNB]. Mason's is, however, an acutely observed essay in which he not only reviews both the early and the contemporary literature of gardening, but also comments on estates laid out in the new style, amongst them Philip Southcote's Woburn Farm (now St. George's College, Weybridge), where Southcote devised his 'ferme ornée' style of garden; Charles Hamilton's Painshill, near Cobham, and William Pitt's Enfield Chase, in Middlesex.

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        Voyage en Hollande et sur les frontières occidentales de l'Allemagne - COMPLET DES 2 TOMES

      Arthus BertrandParis Ed. originale 1795 2 tomes en un volume in-8° (21 x 13,7 cm), 296 & 304 pages, plein veau moucheté glacé d'époque, dos à 5 nerfs fins orné de fleurons et dentelle dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin noir, dentelle dorée encadrant les plats et intérieure, gardes et tranches marbrées. EDITION ORIGINALE EN FRANCAIS traduite par A. Cantwel sur la seconde édition anglaise de ce récit de voyage d'Ann Radcliffe plus connue pour ses romans gothiques. BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN RELIURE SIGNEE R.P. THOUVENIN. RARE.

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        Abruzzo / Ultra

      1795. Rara carta geografica del sud dell' Abruzzo, pieghe editoriali mm 350x435

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Heinr. Kliever n. D.F. Sotzmann, "Special Karte von der Prignitz mit Genehmhaltung der Königl. Academie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, dat. 1795, 50 x 72 Seltene Karte! Unten links die Titelkartusche, rechts unten Erklärungen. Zeigt die Prignitz. Gebiet Parchim, Müritzsee, Rheinsberg, Friesack, Havelberg, Doemitz/Elbe. - Die Karte war zuvor in Segmenten auf Leinwand montiert. Die Leinwand wurde vom Restaurator entfernt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter, signed within the text. N. p. o. d.

      1795. Oblong 8vo. ¼ p. (5 lines). Sending greetings to the German composer, musical theorist and critic Adolf Bernhard Marx (1795-1866), founder and editor of the "Berliner Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung": "Mozarts Witwe empfindet ein inniges Vergnügen, dem Herren Referendar Marx ihren freundlichsten Gruß und eine mehrfache, vielfache ausgezeichnete Achtung zu vermelden".

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        Fürstbürger Phosphorus oder die Allerweltpfaffenharlekinade. Eine komische Geschichte aus der Sphäre des Mondes. [Braunschweig, Vieweg, 1795].

      1795. Gest. Frontispiz, Titel mit mont. gest. Vignette, 304 SS. Neuer Halblederband im Stil der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschildchen. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe, hier in der selteneren Titelvariante (statt "Allerweltsharlekinade"). "Burleskes antipfäffisches Gedicht (Pasquill) in Blumauer's Geschmack, gegen Minister v. Wöllner und Consorten" (Hayn/G.). Der schwermütige Mondfürst Phosphorus wird von seiner Depression geheilt durch befreiendes Lachen über die größten Narren des Erdplaneten - die "Pfaffen", die über eine Leiter zum Mond emporklettern und, ihre Glaubensartikel hervorkramend und sich gegenseitig beschimpfend, dem Herrscher unfreiwillig eine burleske Szene darbieten. Phosphorus "erkennt nebenbei den allen Religionen gemeinsamen Kern: den Gott der Liebe und das Ideal der Tugend" (Z&K 36, 1862). - Druckvermerk: "Alethiopel, gedruckt im dritten Jahre der Vernunft". Entgegen den Aufschlüsselungen bei Hayn/G. und Holzmann/B. ist das Druckjahr mit 1795 zu datieren, da das "Jahr der Vernunft" das Erscheinungsjahr von Kants "Religion innnerhalb der Grenzen der bloßen Vernunft", 1793, ist. Kants Schrift fiel unter die Zensur des berüchtigten Religionsediktes, das Friedrich Wilhelms Minister und Hausgeistlicher J. C. v. Wöllner zum Entsetzen aller aufgeklärt gesinnten Zeitgenossen eingeführt hatte. Der Autor des vorliegenden Werks (womöglich der radikale Aufklärungstheologe Carl Friedrich Bahrdt) hatte, wie aus den Anmerkungen hervorgeht, bei Kästner in Göttingen studiert und dürfte dem Kreis der radikalen Berliner Publizisten zuzurechnen sein. Einige Bibliographen nennen irrig Wöllner als Verfasser, wohl weil die Auflage von 1808 scheinbar zweideutig "Allerweltpfaffenharlekinade von Woellner" untertitelt ist. Das Frontispiz zeigt die zum Mond kraxelnden Pfaffen auf der Leiter, die Vignette (F. Ramberg, nach J. D. Schubert) Pfaffen bei ihren vom Glauben auferlegten Selbstkasteiungen, über ihnen der lachende Teufel. - Rest des Vorsatzes erhalten mit zeitgenöss. hs. Legende: "Zum Kriechen bin ich nicht geboren / Der Pfaffen Gunst bedarf ich nicht! / Dem Heuchler hab ich Haß geschworen / [...] verfolg ich meine Pflicht." Hevesi 385. Hayn/Gotendorf VIII, 561 ("1797"). Holzmann/Bohatta III, 8908 (Ausg. 1808, Wöllner zugeschrieben) und VII, 7995 (Ausg. "1797", J. F. E. Albrecht zugeschrieben). Weller, Druckorte I, 168. Goed. V, 453, 34 und 552, 29. Rümann, 18. Jh., 1285. Hirschberg 751.

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        Comité de sûreté générale. Laissez-passer librement le citoien Victor Maurice bienvenû, homme de couleur.

      1795 1 pp. in-folio en partie imprimée, vignette gravée en-tête, cachet sous papier. Laissez-passer manuscrit, délivré par le Comité de sureté générale le 21 germinal de l'an III (10 avril1795) au « citoyen Victor Maurice Bienvenu, homme de couleur, aide de camp du représentant du peuple Vardon, commissaire délégué dans lisle de S. Domingue en vertu du décret de la Convention nationale en date du 4 ventos ». Signature des représentants du peuple composant le Comité de sureté générale : Auguis, Pémartin, Courtois, C.-Alex. Isabeau, Penin, Devernoy. Le décret du 4 ventose an III (22 février 1795) envoie dans l'île de Saint-Domingue les représentants du peuple Bourdon, Vardon et Giraud.

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         VOYAGE AU CANADA

      PENDANT LES ANNNEES 1795 ; 1796 et 1797. Traduitde l ' anglais et enrichi d ' une carte générale du pays et 11 planches, offrant les points de vue les plus remarquables et notamment le fameux saut du Niagara. Paris. Lepetit Jeune. An 8.3 volumes in 8. 1/2 Chagrin marron; dos à 4 nerfs; fleurons et titre dorés ;d ' Espagny en pied de dos; tranches mouchetées. reliure XIX ème. VIII + 321 pp; 344 pp; 294 pp. 6 planches; 4 planches; 1 planche et 1 gde carte. cachet ex - Libris Mr Camolle Bouquet d ' Espagny sur la page de titre. EDITION ORIGINALE FRANçAISE. BEL EXEMPLAIRE Chadenat 1228. Voyage au Canada et dans la partie septentrionale des Etats -Unis d ' Amérique. Monsieur Weld en I795 voyant les troubles de l ' Irlande, sa patrie, prendre un caractère des plus inquiétants, passa la Mer Atlantique pour examiner quelles ressources l ' Amérique septentrionale pourrait offrir à ceux que leur mauvaise fortune forcerait à quitter leur terre natale. On trouve donc dans cet ouvrage des détails interessants sur tout ce qui concerne l ' agriculture et le commerce. Administrateur passionné des beautés de la nature, il en a rapporté, également, des esquisses qu ' il a lui - même dessinées, sur les sites les plus pittoresques, qu ' il a rencontrés, et il en a décoré son ouvrage.

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        Tai hyakuchin ryori himitsubako [trans.: Secret Treasury of One Hundred Sea Bream Dishes].

      Illus. title-page & one illus. in the text. 31; 26 folding leaves. Two vols. 8vo, orig. patterned wrappers, orig. block printed label on upper cover of Vol. I (lacking on Vol. II), new stitching. Edo & Kyoto: 1795. First edition of this early work on the sea bream and its role in Japanese cuisine. This is one in the "hundred tricks" series of recipe books, which also included books on tofu, eggs, whale, rices dishes, conger eel, and devil's tongue, issued between 1782 and 1846. "An author who wrote under the name Kidodo dominated this genre of writings. Little is known about this mysterious author. Kidodo may have worked as a professional restaurant chef in Kyoto, where all his books were published...[one of his writings] refers to him as a cook (ryorinin), and invites readers to visit the author if they have any questions about food preparation...Judging from his publications, which are the only record we have for him, he was certainly prolific and imaginative...Kidodo wrote six of the sixteen hundred-tricks texts, far more than any other author. This is all the more remarkable for the fact that five of his books appeared in printed in the same year."-Rath, Food and Fantasy in Early Modern Japan, pp. 176-81-(& see the whole passage for more fascinating insights). Sea bream is a very versatile fish, used in many kinds of preparations. During the Edo period, sea bream was considered the "king of fish," and, having auspicious qualities, was frequently presented at celebratory banquets (weddings, New Year's parties, etc.). The recipes included in this work come from various regions in Japan. In the preface, Kidodo relates that he went around to all the leading families and asked for their favorite secret family recipes for sea bream. Rath, in error, cites 1785 as the date of publication. The preface is dated "1785" but the imprint is "1795." Very nice copy. Minor marginal worming. .

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        Illustrazione delle Terme di Caldiero nel distretto veronese dei signori Zenone Bongiovanni e Matteo Barbieri medici fisici, coronata dalla Pubblica Accademia d'Agricoltura, Commercio ed Arti di Verona.

      Verona, Stamp. Giuliani, 1795. Vol. in 4°, mz. pelle, copertina in cart. rigido, pag.(2)-226 con bella veduta delle Terme in antiporta, incisione di G.Dall'Acqua su disegno di L.Manzati con legenda, bella vignetta in incisione al frontespizio, marca tipografica incisa in fine, 5 tavole ripiegate f.t. (tavole sinottiche con descrizione delle proprietà chimico-fisiche delle acque minerali italiane). All'interno, tra l'altro: Descrizione dei bagni e flora naturale, botanica, analisi delle acque, dell'uso medico dei fanghi, analisi dei gas...Mende al dorso, parzialmente staccato con abrasioni, abrasioni agli angoli dei piatti, leggero alone al frontespizio, sporadiche fioriture. Buon es.

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