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        Schloßansicht, "Ansicht des fürstl. Schlosses zu Weisenstein von der Morgenseite".

      - altkol. ( in zarten Grautönen ) Umrißkupferstich n. u. v. Gottlieb Kobold, dat. 1795, 35,5 x 49,5 Selten. Thieme - B., Bd. XXI, S. 64 - Gottlieb Kobold ( 1769 - 1809 ) war Aquarellmaler, Zeichner und Kupferstecher. Unter seinen Landschaftszeichnungen gibt es sehr viele Zeichnungen von Wilhelshöhe, die später von dem Kupferstecher F. Schröder verwertet wurden. Das vorliegende Blatt hat der Künstler selbst radiert. Blick über den Schloßsee zum Schloß, im Hintergrund die Kaskaden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Grosz-Britannien und Ireland nach Rocque, Jefferys, Kitchin, Kampbell Cary entworfen von C. Mannert. Nürnberg bey Adam Gottlieb Schneider und Weigel mit Kaiserl. Allergnädigst. Privilegio 1795.':.

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Conrad Mannert b. Adam Gottlieb Schneider & Weigel in Nürnberg, dat. 1795, 73 x 53 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 201 (Conrad Mannert, 1756-1834. Historian and geographer. .); Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 124 f. (Adam Gottlieb Schneider, 1745-1815. Cartographer and publisher of Nuremberg. Worked with Weigel. .). - Zeigt Großbritannien mit Schottland, Irland, England und Wales. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Rechts oben Insetkarte von London "Gegend um London". - Unten links Meilenzeiger. - Seltene Karte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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      London, 1795. Publisher's original grey paper backstrips and blue paper boards, paper labels. Minor shelf wear. First volume has a small repaired tear to 3D3v, and 3D4 torn along top edge costing parts of the running titles and first line of text. Small ownership signature on front blank of fourth volume. Else a fine copy. Untrimmed. An advance or proof copy of the first edition of Winterbotham's extensive work on America. This copy has no date on the titlepage, the plates (where indicated) are dated "1794," and the paper is watermarked 1794. The engravings here, in particularly excellent condition, are entirely uncolored, including the tobacco plant, which is usually found colored. Later copies are found with slightly more plates and plans. Presumably this copy was bound before all matter was available, including all the maps, portraits, and the plan of Washington; also, the plates are not distributed throughout the work, but rather found together in the first and second volumes. The directions to the binder is also not present, indicating the work was not completed before this copy was bound. A fascinating early state of a notable publication, entirely unsophisticated, with directions for cancels and other printed bibliographical data still present in the margins. The author was prosecuted for sedition as a result of two sermons preached in 1792. He was found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment and a fine of £100 for each sermon. He wrote the present work while serving a term in Newgate Prison. It treats the discovery and early settlement of America, the American Revolution, each of the states in the Northeast and South, Northwest Territory, Canada, and settlements in South America and the West Indies. "A digest of more than two dozen contemporary sources, including the works of Adams, Franklin, Jefferson, Belknap, Gordon, Ramsay, and Raynal and census data, state constitutions, and religious tracts" - Gephart. Most of the handsome plates illustrate birds, quadrupeds, and reptiles found in the West Indies. Includes a list of subscribers.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Elémens d'Algèbre

      Bruyset, Lyon 1795 - Pleine basane racinée de l'époque. Dos lisse, orné et doré, portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. Tranches mouchetées. Deux volumes In-8 (19,5x12,5 cm) de : T1 : 1 ff. (titre), 704 pp. T2 : [9] ff., 668 pp. Reliure frottée. Coiffe de tête du premier tome manquante. Quelques cahiers présentent des rousseurs importantes. Le cahier M (pp.177 à 192) du tome 1 est manquant. N'a pas été relié à l'époque. Le faux titre et le 2° titre du tome 2 ont été relié en fin de volume Ouvrage important d'un des plus grand mathématicien du 18° siècle. Il fut traduit par Bernouilli, directeur de l'Observatoire de Berlin. "Hoefer" : Le premier volume de cet ouvrage important, qui ne porte ni le nom du traducteur, ni celui de l'annoteur, traite de l'analyse indéterminée. Le deuxième volume, consacré à l'analyse indéterminée, intègre pour la première fois, (p.371-662) les additions précieuses de Lagrange, formant un véritable traité de l'analyse l'analyse de Diophante ou Analyse indéterminée". "Second French edition; the substantial additions by Lagrange occur for the first time" (Honeyman). Honeyman [II, 1076] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full marbled sheepskin. Flat spine gilt, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces. Gilt rolls on edges. Marbled edges. 8vo (7,7x4,9 inches) of T1 : 1 ff. (title page), 704 pp.; T2 : [9] ff., 668 pp. Binding a little rubbed. Head of spine of T1 is missing. Foxing. Pages 177 to 192 of T1 are missing (gathering not bound). Important book from the famous Euler. The first edition treats of determinate algebra. This contains one of the earliest attempts to place the fondamental processes on a scientific basis. This work also include the proof of the binomial theorem for an unrestricted index. The second volume treats of indeterminate or Diophantine algebra. This contains the solution of some of the problems proposed by Fermat, (Sotheran). "Second French edition; the substantial additions by Lagrange occur for the first time" (Honeyman). Honeyman [II, 1076] In 8 1282g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens]
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        Histoire des révolutions de Suède, Où l'on voit les changemens qui sont arrivés dans ce royaume, au sujet de la religion et du gouvernement. Par Réné-Auber[sic!] de Vertot. Tome Premier [Tome Second]. A Paris, Chez Ant. Aug. Renouard. M. DCC. XCV. Histoir

      Paris, Renouard 1795..

      [Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat Lustenberger ]
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        A Treatise on the Social Compact: or, The Principles of Political Law

      London: D. I. Eaton 1795 - Beautifully rebound in quarter leather and marbled boards without trimming the textblock. An early edition of a work first published in English in 1764. Owner's name (probably the original owner) on title page. No other marks or writing. Bottom corners of a couple of dozen pages slightly jammed. Four leaves at end have a tiny hole. Darkening of the pages, with some spots of foxing, moderate in the first half of the book, diminishing to light in the later pages (see scans). The importance of this seminal work needs no emphasis. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Treatise On The Duty Of Infantry Officers And The Present System Of British Military Discipline With An Appendix

      J Walter & T Egerton [Sold By], London, 1795. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Book - in Good rebound calf leather binding with blind stamping to the corners and borders and green leather label and gilt lettering to the spine - some surface marking, some sunning to the spine. Contents, replaced end papers and paste downs, slight mark to the rear paste down, previous owner's inscription, Lieut. Courtney 5th Regiment, some browning and some marking/grubbiness to the end pages and title page, some browning to pages and some marking to a couple of the pages, slight creasing to the top corner of a couple pages otherwise clean and tightly bound. Size: 6.5 inches tall by 4 inches. viii, 239 [1] pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Military & Warfare; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8891..

      [Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis]
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        Oeuvres choisies de Madame Deshoulieres

      De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné 1795 - - De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné, à Paris 1795, In-18 (9,5x15,3cm), relié. - Edition soignée chez Didot imprimé sur vélin avec les figures avant la lettre, illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice par Rochard et de 3 figures par marillier gravées par Pouce, de Ghendt. Cette charmante édition aurait été limitée à 100 exemplaires. Reliure en plein maroquin orange mûr fin XIXe signée David. Dos à nerfs joliment orné, roulettes en queue et tête. Pièce de titre et de toaison en maroquin brun. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Riche frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Un très léger accroc en bordure externe. Très bel exemplaire dans une teinte rare, parfaitement établi dans une reliure de maître. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition neat Didot printed on Velin, illustrated with a frontispiece and 3 figures by Marillier engraved by Thumb, of Ghendt. Full binding ripe orange morocco late nineteenth signed David. spine beautifully decorated nerves, wheels and tail head. As Exhibit and toaison brown morocco. Triple mentoring net on the boards. Rich inner frieze. Gilt edges. Very nice copy, perfectly set in a manor binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        L'aveugle de la montagne, entretiens philosophiques

      Seconde édition, après l'originale parue en 1795 chez Bodoni à Parme. Un frontispice allégorique par Rosaspina.binding en demi basane brune d'époque. spine lisse orné de filets. Pièce de titre en veau fauve. spine-end de tête fendue. Un manque au mors inférieur en tête. Menace de fentes au mors inférieur. Coins repliés. Rares rousseurs sur un papier bien frais. Bon exemplaire. Chez Vincent Poggioli ARome 1797 In-4 (19,5x26cm) (4) XIV (2) 77pp. (3) 101pp. (3) 80pp. relié

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        Habitation des Nègres

      Paris 1795 - Stipple engraving, with etching and mezzotint, 17¼ by 20 inches. Minor mat stain, small tape remnants on verso. Very good. A happy West African village 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 was produced as part of early anti-slavery movements in Republic-era France. A humanizing view of African natives. Colibert engraved the image after Freret. Rare.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Didon Tragédie Lyrique en Trois Actes. Représentée pour la premiere fois par l'Académie Nationale de Musique le 16 8bre. 1783... Prix [36] livres. [Full score]

      Paris: Des Lauriers. [1795/6]. Folio. 19th century quarter red morocco with paper boards, rules and titling gilt to spine. 1f. (recto title, verso blank), 1f. (recto publisher's catalogue, verso blank), 307, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Printed on light green paper. Publisher's address: "Rue St Honoré, à côté de la celle des Prouvaires." With Le Duc overpaste: "Rue neuve des petits Champs No. 1286, vis à-vis la Trésorerie Et Rue du Roulle à la Croix d'Or." Price in manuscript. Inscription in ink to title: "a Mdl Naudet[?]-[!]Elleves du Conservatoire 1802." Early signature, "Md. Naudet," to outer margin of pp. 1, 7, 17, 21. Inscription in ink to final blank page: "Cette partition apartiens [!appartient] a Mdl Naudet [!]Elleves Du Conservatoire le 1 Vantos [!Ventôse = February 20] 1802." Early crosses in red crayon to pp. 69-71. We have not traced any professional performances in which Mlle. Naudet is mentioned, however the fact that this copy belonged to a female student at the Conservatoire in the early post Revolutionary years is intriguing. Binding slightly worn, joints cracked. Binder's hole to upper inner corner throughout; outer margins of title and gutter of some pages stained, occasional stains elsewhere; tears to several leaves repaired; portion of outer blank margin of pp. 279/280 torn away not affecting music. . First Edition, later issue. Lesure p. 497. BUC p. 793. RISM P2102. First Edition, with imprint "chez le Suisse de l'Hôtel de Noailles" (RISM P2100), is from 1783. The first Des Lauriers issue dates from ca. 1792. Dated according to publisher's catalogue and imprints. Didon, a "tragédie lyrique" to a libretto by Jean François Marmontel was first performed at Fontainebleau on October 16, 1783. "In 1783 Piccinni reached his second peak with a highly successful revival of Atys and the introduction of Didon, which momentarily eclipsed the rising star of Sacchini... The sixth and most successful of the nine serious French operas that Piccinni wrote during his sojourn in Paris, Didon continued to be performed there until 1836 and received performances in French and German translation throughout Europe during the first quarter of the 19th century." Mary Hunter in Grove Music Online.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Werke 11 Bänden der Reihe. 1. Critik der reinen Vernunft. 4 Bde. 1795 (Werda 66) 2. Prolegomena zu einer jeden künftigen Metaphysik, die als Wissenschaft wird auftreten können. Neueste Aufl. 1795 (W. 79) 3. Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der Sitten. Neueste, mit einem Reg. verm. Aufl. 1796 (W. 95) 4. Metaphysische Anfangsgründe der Naturwissenschaft. Neueste Aufl. 1796. Mit gest. Portr. Kants v. Schindelmayer nach vernet. 1796. (W. 107) 5. Critik der practischen Vernunft. Neueste mit einem Reg. verm. Aufl. 1796. (W. 116) 6. Critik der Urtheilskraft. Neueste, mit einem Reg. verm. Aufl. 2 Bde. 1797 (W. 129) 7. Ueber eine Entdeckung, nach der alle neue Critik der reinen Vernunft durch eine ältere entbehrlich gemacht werden soll. Neueste Aufl. 1796. (W. 134).

      Graz (ohne Verlagsangabe), 1795-1797. 8°, Halbleder Attratiktiver Halbledereinband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rfil., 2 farb. Rsch. u. Kattunpapiervors. Leicht gebräunt, Einbände wohlerhalten, insgesamt noch gute u. seltene Exemplare. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Philosophie

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Uni München]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens]
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        Landschaftsansicht, mit Blick nach Hermsdorf ( Sobiecin ), "Gegend vom Künast mit dem Amte Hermsdorff in Schlesien.".

      - altkol. Umrißkupferstich v. D. Berger n. Reinhardt, dat. 1795, 27,5 x 40 Daniel Berger ( 1744 - 1824, Kupferstecher in Berlin ) stach Riesengebirgsmotive nach Bildern von Carl Christoph Reinhardt ( 1733 - 1827 ).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Voyage Pittoresque et Navigation exécutée sur une partie du Rhône, réputée non navigable. Moyens de rendre ce trajet utile au commerce.

      An III (1795), Du Pont, Imprimeur-Libraire - In-4 ( 280 X 215 mm )de 2 pages, cartonnage de papier bleu janséniste, couvertures d'attente conservées. Ouvrage orné d'une carte repliée et de 17 planches dont la plupart dépliantes gravées à l'eau-forte, représentant des descentes de rapides en barque, des scènes d'escalade, des paysages et entre-autre un panorama du Jura au Mont Cenis, gravé par Picquenot.EDITION ORIGINALE RARE. Etude du projet de rendre le Rhône navigable du lac Léman à Bellegarde ( Perret 529 ). Boissel de Monville descendit ce fleuve du Fort l'Écluse jusqu'à Genissiat, afin de trouver les moyens de transporter des mélèzes destinés à la construction navale. Bel exemplaire, grand de marge absolument non rogné. Histoire Navigation Exploration Voyage Hydrographie Rhone Provence Régionalisme [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des Nations. Traduites de l'Anglois d'Adam Smith, par J.A. Roucher. Deuxième édition, Revue et considérablement corrigée.

      - Paris, F. Buisson, An 3e de la République [1795]. 5 volumes in-8, demi-veau bleu nuit, dos lisses ornés d'un décor romantique de palettes, filets gras et ondulés et fers spéciaux répétés, titres dorés, tranches mouchetées (rel. vers 1830). Rare deuxième édition posthume de la traduction par le poète, traducteur et homme des Lumières Jean-Antoine Roucher. Très lue, grâce à la grande renommée de Roucher parmi ses contemporains, cette traduction contribua à diffuser l’œuvre de Smith en France au tournant des XVIIIe et du XIXe siècle. La table, les notes critiques et très nombreuses augmentations et corrections (un volume supplémentaire) ont été composées en prison par Roucher, avant son exécution. Arrêté en même temps qu’André Chénier sous l’accusation imaginaire de "complot monarchiste", les deux poètes seront ensemble condamnés à mort le 7 thermidor an II. Dans la charrette qui les emmena vers la guillotine, ils échangent des vers tirés d’Andromaque: "Oui, puisque je perds un ami si fidèle ". Cette deuxième édition de Roucher est rare. Elle manque à la BnF et ne figurent pas aux principales bibliographies et bibliothèques spécialisées (à l'exception de 'Vanderblue Memorial Collection of Smithiana', p. 25). Très bon exemplaire, frais, bien relié.

      [Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL]
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         Sethos histoire ou vie tirée des monuments de l'ancienne Egypte traduite d'un manuscrit grec.

      P., Bastien, an III, (1795), 2 vol. in 8°, de XVI-455pp. & 2ff.472pp. ill. de 2 cartes se dépl., pl. veau raciné époque, dos lisse orné, dentelle dorée sur les plats, tr. marbrées, bel exemplaire. Ouvrage recherché, qui eut une influence considérable sur l'histoire de la maçonnerie. Mozart s'est inspiré de Sethos pour son livret de la Flûte Enchantée, et aussi dit-on Flaubert pour Salammbô. Selon Dujols "tous les écrivains du Bâtiment le recommandent comme indispensable pour l'étude ésotérique des initiations égyptiennes et des mystères d'Isis...". Et selon Wirth le rituel français des 3 premiers grades fut progressivement transformé pour ressembler aux initiations décrites par l'abbé Terrasson. ¶ Hartig & Soboul p. 45 - Fesch 1358 - Caillet n°10579 - Dorbon n°4812.

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      Stockholm, 1795. Contemporary three-quarter calf and speckled boards. Spine worn and rubbed. Later ink ownership signature on front pastedown. Internally bright and clean. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. The first edition of Euphrasén's description of the flora and fauna of St. Barts, St. Christopher, and St. Eustachius, which includes the large folding map of St. Barts. Sabin records a 1798 German edition, which was not issued with plates. The work is divided into sections by island and is presented as a series of brief descriptions rather than a cohesive narrative. The author was for many years the pastor of the church at Lorient in St. Barts, and this book is one of the primary sources for the island in its Swedish period, as well as containing the first map of that vaunted refuge of jet- setters. An attractive early scientific investigation of the Lesser Antilles region. Scarce. OCLC locates a total of ten copies.

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        Outlines of an Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind: being a posthumous work of the late M. de Condorcet. Translated from the French.

      Printed for J. Johnson. 1795 - [8], iii, [1], 372pp, half title. 8vo. Some offset browning from turn-ins on pastedowns &, some occasional light foxing, pencil notes on following Contemporary calf, black morocco label, double gilt ruled spine; sl. rubbed & marked. ESTC T108055. First English Edition of one of the major texts of the Enlightenment, written while Condorcet was in hiding in Paris in 1794. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Critik der reinen Vernunft. 4 Bde. Gräz, (Leykam), 1795. Kl.-8°. Hldr.-Bde. d. Zt. mit RSch. und RVerg. (Deckel teils beschabt).

       1795 Noch zu Lebzeiten Immanuel Kants (1724-1804) erschienene Nachdruckausgabe seines erkenntnistheoretischen Hauptwerks, mit seinem Vorwort zur 2. Auflage von 1787.- Spiegel, Vorsätze und Titel etwas leimschattig, Bibliotheks-Stempel sowie geprägter Wappen-Stempel auf Titeln, Band 4: zur Hälfte leicht feuchtrandig im weißen Fußsteg, Band 3: Seiten 51 bis 65 mit längerem Einriss. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell -- WITH A SUITE OF SEPARATELY PRINTED CUTS FROM THE 1804 EDITION

      London: W. Bulmer, 1795 - 4to. xx+76 pp. Five full-page, wood-engraved plates, and eight vingettes by Thomas and John Bewick. A superb production printed by Bulmer at his Shakespeare Press and sold originally for a guinea. A contemporary reviewer exulted in "the present admirable specimen of perfection in the kindred arts of printing, engraving, and paper-making . what particularly distinguishes this volume is the ornament which it received from the engravings in wood, executed by the Bewicks, the delicacy and clearness of which are scarcely conceivable." Gordon N. Ray concurred, calling this "by far the handsomest of contemporary volumes containing Bewick's work." Some light foxing, else a very good copy in quarter leather, with some rubbing to the marbled boards. Included with this copy is a suite of five wood engravings printed separately by Bulmer at the time of the second printing of the book. The engravings, dated January 1, 1804, are not mentioned by Hugo or Tattersfield, though the latter notes a set of impressions of full-sized plates, possibily taken from the 1795 printing, issued sometime after 1830 at 21s (see Tattersfiled 2: 532, 3:91n9). The engravings are in remarkably fine condition. Hugo 78 (1795 edn), 4160 (1804 edn); Ray 50; Tattersfield 2.481.

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        The Rural Economy of Norfolk: Comprising the Management of Landed Estates, and the Present Practice of Husbandry in that County, the Second Edition, I-II. [TWO VOLUMES].

      London, Nicol, Robinson, & Debrett 1795 - Two volumes. Octavo. Pp. xvii, (vii), 400, plus 2 maps, "East Norfolk" and "Sketch of County", engraved on a single folding sheet of cotton rag paper; xvi, 392, (4), index. Includes "Address to the Public". Hardcover, uniformly bound in attractive contemporary full speckled calf, spines richly gilt with allegorical emblems, lettering, and decorative tooling, red morocco label lettered in gilt, board edges gilt tooled. In fine overall condition. Excellent set, exceptionally clean and well preserved. ~ Second edition, the first printed in 1787, "the two being literally, verbally, and in page, the same". (Preface). ~ Provenance: From the bequest of Sir Richard Gregory of Ireland and London, Honorary Member of the Board of Agriculture with his attractive armorial bookplates to each paste-down.

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      London, 1795. [bound with:] EXPLANATORY ARTICLE, SIGNED AT PHILADELPHIA, THE 4th OF MAY, 1796, TO BE ADDED TO THE TREATY...SIGNED AT LONDON, THE 19th OF NOVEMBER, 1794. London. 1796. 5pp. [bound with:] EXPLANATORY ARTICLE, SIGNED AT LONDON, THE 15th OF MARCH, 1798, TO BE ADDED TO THE TREATY...SIGNED AT LONDON, THE 19th OF NOVEMBER, 1794. London. 1798. 5pp. Small quarto. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Titlepage of the "Treaty..." dust soiled. Titlepage of the "Explanatory Articles" signed at Philadelphia in 1796 bound in before the text of the "Explanatory Articles" signed at London in 1798, and vice versa. Near fine. Three works, including the second American treaty with England, known as Jay's Treaty, and two related articles, signed later and added to the treaty, one concerning the Indian tribes in the Ohio country and the other addressing the issue of the St. Croix River and the boundary between the United States and Canada. Jay's Treaty, arguably the most controversial American treaty until the Versailles and League of Nations treaties after World War I, was negotiated with the British by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay. It sought to settle questions arising from the Treaty of Paris of 1783, to clarify commercial relations and neutral rights issues between England and the United States, and to secure the British evacuation of military posts in the Old Northwest. By this treaty, England agrees to withdraw from frontier posts in the Ohio country which the Americans felt to be clearly in U.S. territory, and the Americans agree to settle pre- Revolutionary debts. The Americans also received the right to trade with British possessions in the West Indies. The question of neutral rights, however, was not addressed to the liking of American commercial interests or public opinion, and the arrogant British searches and seizures of American shipping were not checked, which proved to be a long-simmering issue. The treaty provoked much hostile reaction in the U.S., and it was due only to the prestige of President Washington, who felt the measure necessary, that it was passed by the Congress. The controversy over Jay's Treaty spurred the solidification of the party division in American politics, between the supposedly pro-British faction led by Hamilton who favored the treaty, and the supporters of Jefferson, who opposed it. This is the official English edition of the treaty. The EXPLANATORY ARTICLE... of 1796, which was printed a year later and is much rarer than the treaty itself, is wholly concerned with the Indian tribes in the frontier, and allows the Indians to pass freely across the line in either direction in order to carry on their trade and commerce without the need for a license. The ESTC locates only five copies of the EXPLANATORY ARTICLE..., three in the Public Record Office (Lpro [3], NN, CSmH), and OCLC adds one more. The EXPLANATORY ARTICLE... of 1798 is also very rare. It is concerned with the delineation of the northeastern border between the United States and Canada, specifically with the river St. Croix and the boundary between New Brunswick and what is now Maine. This thorny issue would not be solved until the Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842. OCLC locates no copies of the 1798 EXPLANATORY ARTICLES..., ESTC locates only a single copy (CSmH), and NUC adds one more (MiU-C). A most important American treaty, here enhanced by the rare printings of two important additional articles, possibly the only case in which all are found together (except possibly the Huntington).

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        A new map of North America with the West India Islands, South half. Grenzkolor. Teil-Kupferstichkarte von E.F. Kino (aus \'A new universal atlas\' bei Laurie & Whittle. London), um 1795. 50,5 x 58,5 cm.

       1795 Westlicher Teil einer von 2 Platten gedruckten Amerika-Karte. Zeigt Mexiko von St. Barbara bis zur Costa Rica.- Mit kleiner Insetkarte von Californien.- Eusebio Francisco Kino (Segno 1645 - 1711 Magdalena de Kino) war ein Missionar der Jesuiten. Seine Tätigkeit führte ihn nach Mexiko und den Südwesten der USA. Er entdeckte, daß Kalifornien keine Insel ist.- Vereinzelt minimale Wurmlöcher. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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      Paris, 1795. Old fold lines, though very faint. Chipped along left side of sheet, not affecting text. Minor tears along fold lines on right side; small tear along right side affecting text but without loss. Bright and clean. Very good. John Trumbull writes to his friend and instructor, painter Benjamin West, regarding the purchase of several paintings. This was written during Trumbull's time as John Jay's secretary on the Jay Treaty Commission, after he had been sent to France to discuss the Treaty with James Monroe, the United States minister to France. Trumbull was delayed in France, awaiting orders, and filled his time by collecting art with the help of connoisseur Jean-Baptiste Pierre Lebrun. The letter, sent from Paris, reads: "Dear Sir, You recollect my asking your opinion with respect to the prudence of purchasing pictures at present. I have been tempted to purchase a number which are now packing up to be sent forward as soon as possible, and I hope soon to have the pleasure of shewing you several such as we seldom see. Among them is a large landscape by Berghem [probably the Dutch painter Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem], clear and beautiful as Claude. It is allowed here to have no equal among his works except one which is in the National Museum - a small picture by Nicholas Poussin, Christ in the Garden of Olives, the most beautiful thing I ever saw - a small picture a Religious Allegory by Guido - a St. John by Murillos - a Virgin, Child & Angels by Schidone - another by Augustin Carrache, a Magdalen by Carlo Dolci, another by LeSoeur - a Holy Family small & beautiful by Nicholas Poussin - Two capital Landscapes by Salvater - two capital pictures by Teniers, &c &c. They have been bought with the assistance of LeBrun's Judgment, and are most of them from celebrated collections. I have directed them to remain in the King's Warehouse until I arrive which I hope will be in five or six weeks." This letter provides an insight into Trumbull's own collecting interest and artistic influences. Hailed as the official painter of the Revolution, Trumbull studied painting and art in England and France. The youngest son of the governor of Connecticut, the elder John Trumbull very much wanted his son to go into law. Trumbull did study the law, but gladly joined the fight against the British when the Revolution broke out. He eventually served as Washington's second aide-de- campe, having been brought to the General's attention through some very accurate drawings he had made of British gun emplacements. He rose to the rank of colonel as a deputy adjutant-general, but resigned the commission he finally received because it was dated three months late, a slight his honor could not tolerate. He refused to return to the law, finding it quite distasteful, and chose instead to pursue his true passion, art, against his family's wishes. Though he was never particularly wealthy in this pursuit, he did achieve a certain amount of success in his own lifetime. Among his most famous works are those commissioned in 1817 by Congress to adorn the Capitol building: "The Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga," "The Surrender of General Cornwallis at Yorktown," "The Declaration of Independence," and "The Resignation of General Washington.

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        Description of a Pneumatic Apparatus, with Directions for Procuring the Factitious Airs. + Supplement . , for Preapared Airs; containing a Description of a Simplified Apparatus, and of a Portable Apparatus.

      - Birmingham, Printed by Thomas Pearson, 1795, 8°, VIII, 49, (1) pp., 3 gefalt. Tafeln; Birmingham, Th. Pearson, 1796, 8°, (2), 47, (1) pp., 2 Tafeln, feiner Halblederband mit Rvg. und Rückenschild; feines Exemplar. Rare - The 'Second Edition', is the first separate edition, first published as second part in Beddoes, Thomas & Watt, James: 'Considerations on the Factitious Airs .' in 1794, and the 'Supplement to the Description of a Pneumatic Apparatus' in first edition. - - Contents: Description of an Pneumatic Apparatus; General Directions for the use of the Apparatus; 3.: General Cautions; Directions for Procouring the Airs; Miscellaneous Observartions. - - Supplement Contents: Description of a Simplified Pneumatic Apparatus; Description of a Portable Apparatus; Postscript; Observations upon the Hydro-carbonate & Oxygene Air; Ad by Boulton & Watt, of Soho, near Birmingham; Addition to the Supplement, &c.; Directions for Using the Apparatus. - R>The discovery of oxygen by Joseph Priestley in the late eighteenth century caused many physicians to attribute many diseases either to a lack or excess of oxygen, or to some modifications of this theory. Of this group, one of the most notable was Dr. Thomas Beddoes (1760-1808), of Shropshire, who founded the Pneumatic Institute at Clifton in 1798 for the treatment of disease by inhalation. Watt was employed to design and construct the apparatus and in 1790 Watt invented the gasometer. The essays by Beddoes and Watt On Factitious Airs (1794-1796) advance the important therapeutic concept of treating certain diseases by placing the patient in a factitious atmosphere, and their general plan of treating respiratory troubles by inhalations of different gasses was revived by Louis Waldenburg in his apparatus for differential pneumotherapy in 1873. Watt had an interest in the development of pneumatic medicine. On 7th December 1794, he wrote to his friend, Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society Mankind has been long enough occasionally poisoned by the channel of the lungs, let us try if we cannot receive medicines by the same way. cf. Watt's papers, Birmingham City Library. - - "The most important contribution to the study of therapeutic inhalation was made by Thomas Beddoes. . The designs of the apparatus were prepared in the summer of 1794, and Watt wrote to Beddoes 'I send you with this , drawings of my apparatus for producing and receiving the various airs which may be supposed to be useful in Medicine." Barbara M. Duncum, The Development of Inhalation Anaesthesia (1847), pp.64-70 ( 2 pages description of Watt's apparatus). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        \"Tegernsee\". Blick auf das Schloß, im Vordergrund links vierspänniger Heuwagen, der von mehreren Landleuten beladen wird. Rechts der See mit dem Kirchturm von Egern in der Ferne.

       Altkolorierte Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Carl Friedrich Heinzmann (1795-1846) bei Zeller, München, 1818, 35 x 44 cm. Winkler 315,6; Lentner 10700: \"sehr seltene Lithographie-Inkunabel\". - Geglätteter Mittelbug, angerändert. Dekorativ gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Ansichten, Oberbayern

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        Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre. Ein Roman. Herausgegeben von Goethe.

       Bln., Fft. u. Lpz. (Bd. 2), Johann Friedrich Unger 1795. 4 Bde. kl.-8°. 2 Bll., 364; 374 (2 S. Nachricht an den Buchbinder u. Verlagsanz.); 371; 507 S., 2 Bll. (Verlagsanz.). Mit 3 (v. 8 Musikbeilagen). HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückensch. Ohne Reihentitel. Zwischentit. v. Bd. 2 beschn. Durchgeh. Braunrand in der ersten Hälfte v. Bd. 4. EAGoedeke V, 3, 416; Slg. Borst 729; Kippenberg II, 7947 - Erstausgabe des klassischen Bildungs- und Entwicklungsromans von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Erschien als Band 3-6 der \"Neuen Schriften\". Bd. 2 wohl in der Titelaufl. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Literatur, Musik

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        Yedikule, Burg der Sieben Türme ('Prospect von den Sieben Thürmen in Constaninopel.').

      - Kupferstich b. Johann Martin Will in Augsburg, um 1795, 21 x 32 Sehr selten! - Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von 1 - 16. Istanbul: 'Prospect von den Sieben Thürmen in Constaninopel.', cooper-engraving published by Johann Martin Will in Augsburg, 21 x 32 cm, ca. 1795 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Voyages de la Chine à la côte Nord-Ouest d'Amérique, faits pendant les années 1788 et 1789 (.). Traduits de l'anglois par J.B.L.J. Billecocq.

      Buisson,, Paris, 1795 - 3 volumes in-8° et un atlas in-4°, 391 pp. ; 386 pp. ; 371 pp. Édition originale française. Meares (1756-1809) fut l'un des fondateurs de la North-West-America Company, qui commercialisait essentiellement de la fourrure. Ces voyages sont précédés de la relation d'un autre voyage exécuté en 1756 sur le vaisseau le Nootka, parti du Bengale, d'un recueil d'observations sur la probabilité d'un passage nord-ouest et d'un traité abrégé du commerce entre la côte Nord-Ouest et la Chine, etc.Elle est accompagnée d'un atlas in-4° comprenant 28 planches et cartes et en frontispice, le portrait du capitaine Jean Meares.(Sabin, 47262 ; Chadenat, 1168).Exemplaire relié dans un cartonnage d'époque. Coins émoussés. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Storia pittorica della Italia.

      a spese Remondini,, Bassano, 1795 - Due parti in tre volumi di cm. 24, pp. (12), xxviii, 648; viii, 477; vii, 555 (5). Leg. strettamente coeva in cartone ricoperto di carta dipinta (Remondini) con titoli su etichette al dorso. Bell'esemplare, fresco, genuino e particolarmente marginoso. Il primo volume è dedicato alle scuole fiorentina, senese, romana e napoletana; il secondo alle scuole pittoriche fiorite nel nord Italia. Edizione non comune: cfr. Cicognara, 39 e 2298 il quale, accanto a qualche critica metodologica lo dichiara il "miglior libro che abbiasi su questo argomento.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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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      [N.p., but France, 1795. Folio. Late 19th-century black half morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Corners rubbed. Front inner hinge cracked. Minor soiling, some contemporary ink staining. Very good. Manuscript translation, in French, of this classic history of the conquest of Mexico, first published in Madrid in 1684. Though undated, it is written on paper watermarked 1793 in a neat and uniform hand. A French translation had appeared as early as 1691, but this appears to be a different translation. The HISTORIA DE LA CONQUISTA DE MEXICO was reprinted in multiple editions in every European language and was popular on both sides of the Atlantic. The author was a noted Spanish dramatist and historian. His work includes theatre, poetry, and prose, and he has been considered one of the last great writers of Spanish baroque literature. This work remained the most important European source on Latin American history up through the first part of the 19th century.

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        Opusculos de arithmetica universal, publicados com a protecÁ?o da Academia Real das Sciencias e dedicados ao Ö D. Francisco Benedicto de Sousa Lancastre, e Noronha, nono Conde do Prado, e sexto Marquez das Minas.

      Lisbon, Na Officina da Mesma Academia [Real das Sciencias], 1795. - Woodcut device of Academia Real das Sciencias on title pages. Mathematical equations, symbols and tables in text. (8 ll.), 285 pp.; (4 ll.), 158 pp. 3 volumes in 1. Large 4? (27.2 x 20 cm.), contemporary tree sheep (minor wear to corners, some worm damage near head of spine), flat spine, gilt, green and crimson morocco lettering pieces, gilt letter, triple gilt fillets in rectangle along borders of covers, gilt tooling to edges of covers and spine. A large-paper copy, clean, crisp, in near-fine condition; fine to very fine internally. 3 volumes in 1. ---- FIRST EDITION, first (?) issue, with the original leaves Aa3 in volume I, and B4, C1, C4, D1 in volume II, as opposed to the cancel leaves present in most copies. Writing in 1934, Francisco Gomes Teixeira stated that aspects of this comprehensive algebra textbook were still of use (@HistÛria das matem ticas em Portugal, p. 235). The work consists of 2 volumes of @Opusculos, in which algebraic concepts are defined and illustrated through sample problems, and a third volume titled @Taboada de quadrados dos numeros naturaes, publicadas com a protecÁ?o da Academia Real das Sciencias, which lists the square of all whole numbers from 1 to 8,699. Each of the three title pages bears the imprint Lisboa: na Officina da mesma Academia, 1795. There are four @Opusculos in the first volume, two in the second. They are: I. "Theoria preliminar dos numeros inteiros"; II. "Das equaÁoens indeterminadas do primeiro gr?o"; III. "InstrucÁ?o ?s equaÁoens indeterminadas do segundo gr?o"; IV. "IntroduÁ?o s fracÁoens continuas"; V. "IntroduÁ?o a diversas theorias dos numeros inteiros"; and VI. "Das fracÁoens decimaes periodicas".The chainlines run horizontally throughout in the present copy, as opposed to the normal-size copy we have, which is a bibliographical curiosity, with the chainlines running horizontally in volume I, vertically in volume II, and both horizontally and vertically in the @Taboada.Ferreira Cangalhas was an officer in the army engineering corps who entered civilian life to teach mathematics privately. He published several other works on weights and measures. The work is dedicated to D. Francisco Benedicto de Sousa Lancastre e Noronha, 9th Conde do Prado and 6th Marquez das Minas.A rare work: as specialists in Portuguese books doing business since 1969, this is the third copy we have had or seen on the market, and the only one in large paper. Moreover, and curiously, the work does not appear for sale in various catalogues of the Academia Real das Sciencias issued during the late 1790s and first quarter of the nineteenth century that were included at the end of the Academia's publications. This is in contrast to many other works published by the Academia Real das Sciencias which long remained in print.---- Cf. InnocÍncio IV, 7 (citing only the two volumes of @Opusculos, with the date 1796, and without giving any collation), and @Grande enciclopÈdia XI, 185 (repeating the date 1796 for the @Opusculos). We have not been able to locate any copy dated 1796. OCLC: 560204700 (British Library). Porbase cites a single copy only (21 cm. tall) with the date 1795 at the Universidade CatÛlica Jo?o Paulo II, Lisboa, with (10), 80 pp. [We have been informed that the copy at the Universidade CatÛlica actually contains both volume II of the @Opusculos and the @Taboada.] Porbase cites as well two copies in the Archivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo (apparently on 2 of the 3 volumes). Also cited in Porbase is an incomplete copy of an earlier issue dated 1794, examined by us, containing only opusculos 2, 3 and 5, all in small quarto format. While there was not the opportunity to view the copies side by side, we think they are from the same setting of type, with minor variations. Not located in Copac. Not located in Hollis, Orbis, Melvyl, Socrates, Library of Congress Online Catalog, Clio, Catnyp, Mirlyn or Josiah.SHIPPED FROM PORTUGAL---- BOUND WITH: @CANGALHAS, Jo?o Pedro Ferreira. @Taboada de quadrados d [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Constitution de l'An III].

      1795-1796 1795 - 12 pièces reliées en 1 vol. In-8, demi-chagrin rouge à coins, dos orné à nerfs, filets dorés d'encadrement sur les plats, tête dorée, non rogné (relié vers 1850). Cachet ex-libris G. Prieur. Précieux recueil de pièces imprimées préparatoires à la Constitution de l'An III en partie annoté par le conventionnel Daunou avec sa signature autographe et celles des dix autres membres du Comité de Constitution : Baudin des Ardennes, Berlier, Boissy, Creuzé-La-Touche, Durand-Maillane, Lanjuinais, Le Sage d'Eure et Loir, Louvet du Loiret, La Révellière-Lépeaux, Thibaudeau. « Avant de se séparer, la Convention se décide enfin à faire ce pour quoi elle a été élue, rédiger une Constitution, une vraie, celle de l'an I, n'ayant été qu'un peu de poudre aux yeux pour essayer de calmer la colère de la province contre Paris. Du 21 mars au 22 août 1795, la Convention dans le cadre d'un comité de constitution où dominent des modérés comme Daunou ou Boissy d'Anglas, élabore une très longue Constitution de 377 articles, toujours précédée de la Déclaration des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen. » (Histoire et Dictionnaire de la Révolution française, p. 701). Contient : Projet de constitution pour la République française, et discours préliminaire prononcé par Boissy d'Anglas, au nom de la Commission des onze, dans la séance du 5 messidor an III (23 juin 1795). A Paris, de l'Imprimerie de la République, 1795. In-8 de 154 pp. En regard de la page 128 du Projet qui ouvre le recueil a été reliée un feuillet manuscrit revêtu des signatures autographes des onze membres de la Commission, qui reprend la formule arrrêté à la Commission des onze, le 4 Messidor, l'an 3 de la République. P.C.L. Baudin (des Ardennes) T. Berlier, Boissy, J.A. Creuzé-La-Touche, Daunou, Durand-Maillane, Lanjuinais, Le Sage d'Eure et Loir, J.B. Louvet du Loiret, L. M. Révellière-Lépeaux, A.C. Thibaudeau. DAUNOU (Pierre-Claude-François). Convention nationale. Discours prononcé au nom de la commission des onze, par le citoyen Daunou, dans la séance du 21 messidor an III (9 juillet 1795) Paris, Imprimerie nationale, s. d. (1795) In-8 de 4 pp. Pour la suppression des districts : le titre I de la Constitution de l'an III maintient le cadre administratif départemental, cantonal et communal, mais supprime le district trop lié aux atrocités de la Terreur. Tourneux, II, 5401. Nouvelle Rédaction du titre VIII du projet de l'acte constitutionnel sur le pouvoir judiciaire, concertée entre la commission des onze et le représentant du peuple Merlin (de Douai) (Paris) Imprimerie nationale, thermidor an III. In-8 de 7 pp. Corrections autographes de Daunou au chapitre judiciaire (biffures et commentaires dans les marges inférieures). DAUNOU (Pierre-Claude-François). Convention nationale. Rapport et projet de loi sur les élections, présentés au nom de la Commission des onze (le 14 septembre 1795), par P.-C.-F. Daunou. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, an III. In-8 de 20 pp. Constitution de la République française, proposée au Peuple Français par la Convention Nationale. Paris, De l'Imprimerie Nationale Fructidor an III. In-8 de (2)-65 pp. DAUNOU (Pierre-Claude-François). Rapport fait par le représentant du Peuple Daunou, au nom des comités de salut public et de sûreté générale, dans la séance de la Convention nationale du 11 vendémiaire l'an quatrième (3 octobre 1795) de la République française une et indivisible. A Paris de l'Imprimerie de la République. In-8 de 16 pp. DAUNOU (Pierre-Claude-François). Convention nationale. Rapport sur l'instruction publique présenté au nom de la Commission des onze et du Comité de salut public dans la séance du 23 vendémiaire (15 octobre 1795), par P.-C.-F. Daunou. Paris, De l'Imprimerie Nationale, Vendémiaire an IV. In-8 de 26 pp. DAUNOU (Pierre-Claude-François). Corps législatif. Conseil des Cinq-cents. Rapport sur le renouvellement du Corps législatif, fait par P.-C.-F. Daunou au nom d'une commission spéciale. A Paris, De l'Imprimerie nationale, Frimaire an V (Décembre 179 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        TEGERNSEE. "Tegernsee". Blick auf das Schloß, im Vordergrund links vierspänniger Heuwagen, der von mehreren Landleuten beladen wird. Rechts der See mit dem Kirchturm von Egern in der Ferne.

      - Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Carl Friedrich Heinzmann (1795-1846) bei Zeller, München, 1818, 35 x 44 cm. Winkler 315,6; Lentner 10700: "sehr seltene Lithographie-Inkunabel". - An der äußeren Linienumrandung angerändert. Mit dem Druckvermerk, aber ohne den Titel. Sehr kräftiger Druck mit der vollen Tonplatte.

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        Das Rothe (Rote) Buch]. Ordnung Wann und wie die Gesatz gemacht und Abgeänderet, auch darnach gerichtet werden solle. / Bzw.: Register, welches das wesentlichste dess Rothen-Buchs und der Burgers-Püntten enthaltet, so wie die wichtigsten Verordnungen in den Policeij- und Mandaten Büchern biss 1785 nebst vielen Citationen aus den Raths-Manualen, Venner-Reglement, und Curialien Buch, fast um die Helffte vermehrt. 1792.

      O.A. (um 1795). - 2 Bände. 8° (ca. 20.3 bzw. 18.8 x 13 cm). 411 (pag.; von 47?60 u. 270?293 blanko), 23 (+ etliche blanko) Bll. (Index); bzw. 3 Bll. (davon 2 blanko), 570 pag. SS. (ab 547 blanko). Schöner marmorierter Ganzlederband (min. beschabt) mit vergold. Rückenfileten u. Rückenschild, Schnitt allseitig mit feiner bunter Sprenkelung; bzw. schlichter Kart. d.Zt. (min. bestossen). Satzspiegel in Bleistift, Schrift (feine deutsche Current) mit Spitzfeder in brauner Tinte, wohl von gleicher Hand, auf Büttenpapier mit Wasserzeichen. Bemerkenswert gute und saubere Exemplare. Das Rückenschild der ?Ordnung? trägt den Titel ?Das Rothe Buch? Die Bibliotheken der Bundesinstitutionen (in: Westschweizer BV réro) halten ein Exemplar unter dem Titel ?Das rothe Buch oder Mandate und Ordnungen für die Regierung der Stadt Bern? - Inhalt der ?Ordnung?: Gesetze, Dekrete, Erlasse, Statuten, Ordnungen etc. von 1703 bis 1795, in mehreren Teilen: 1. ?Ordnung? (p. 1, wie zitiert, folgt Einleitung ?Wir Schultheiss Räth und Burger der Stadt Bern thund kund hiemit? [.] etc., von 1703), Text p. 9 beginnt mit ?Hohen Donstags Handlung. Wie die Sechs Zehner von Burgeren erwehlt und Verordnet werden sollind? (von 1703) / 2. (p. 294) ?Oster-Zinstag?, Text p. 295 beginnt mit ?Besatzung der Ämteren, soll stracks nach der Predig beschehen? (von 1710) / 3. (p. 336) ?Donstags nach Osteren?, Text beginnt mit ?Von Verbürgung der Ämteren? (von 1721). pp. 341 ff. bringt mit Anfangstitel ?Erneuerte Loos-Ordnung? Ausführungen und Bestimmung zu den verschiedenen ?Ämtern?, d.h. Ortschaften oder Bezirken, mit deren ?Eintheilung der Classen? Die ganze Sammlung schliesst mit einem ?Decret. Wie eine Burger annehmung [sic] vorgenommen werden müsse, wenn die Zahl der sämtlichen Regimentsfähigen Geschlechter auf 235 herunter sinken wird.? (pp. 395?411, vom 11. April 1794 und 23 Martij 1795). ? Der Registerband führt in alphabetischer Abfolge Textverweise auf zu den hauptsächlichsten Begriffen, von ?Aaren?, ?Aas? und ?Abdankung?, über ?Contrebande?, ?Criminal-?, ?Eingeschlossene?, ?Fleisch?, ?Folter?, ?Geld?, ?Habitanten?, usw., bis zu '?Ohmgeld?, ?Reisszügen und Reissgläuffen?, ?Stipendia?, ?Weiber?, ?Wein?, ?Zoll? und ?Zutritt? -- ?Das alte Bern kannte keine Verfassung. Im 16. Jahrhundert begann man wichtige Beschlüsse in einen Band einzutragen, den man wegen des Einbandes das Rote Buch nannte. [.] Daneben kam eine andere Sammlung auf, die Burgerspunkten, die dem Grossen Rat die Geschäftsordnung gaben. [.] Das Rote Buch hatte den höhern Rang und wurde mit Feierlichkeit umgeben. Seine wichtigsten Bestimmungen wurden am Ostermontag im Grossen Rat verlesen und beschworen. Diese Auffrischung des Gedächtnisses war notwendig, weil beide Bücher weder gedruckt wurden noch handschriftlich umliefen. Der Stadtschreiber verwahrte sie und brachte sie in die Sitzungen. Der Grosse Rat kannte die beiden Bücher zu wenig. Daher verfügte er 1703, dass die Kanzlei jedem seiner Mitglieder die Abschrift der Burgerspunkten zustellte. Später konnten sie sich auch das Rote Buch abschreiben lassen.? (etc.); s. ausführlich und einlässlich dazu R. Feller, Geschichte Berns, 3, 1955, bes. p. 106 (ff.), u. p. 427 (ff.). Sprache: de [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      OSAKA, JAPAN, 1795. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good. HONCHO KAJIKO - THE SAMURAI SWORDS of the IMPERIAL COLLECTION, by SABURODAYU KAMADA. Complete TWELVE VOLUME SET. Very Rare. Published in OSAKA, JAPAN, 1795. First Edition. Twelve Volumes - 6 with text only - 6 richly filled with illustrations. Flexible blue card / paper covers with faint patterned design, sewn-binding Japanese style, printed paper title label on front cover of each volume, inner pages printed on folded sheets with uncut front edges (again, Japanese style), 7"x 10". This 219 year old set of books is in VERY GOOD condition, one volume has scrapes to the front cover, one volume has some worming to its margins, there is some soiling and edgewear to all volumes, otherwise the paper labels are all solid bright and clear, and the inner pages show just some light aging and use but remain tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Scarce FIRST EDITION of this COMPLETE 12 VOLUME SET printed in Japan 219 years ago.

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        Der grosze Platz samt der Seufzer Allée - La grande Place avec l'Allée dite Seufzer Allée".

      Wien, Artaria, (um 1795). - Bildausschnitt ca. 23 x 35 cm (Gesamtgröße: 26 x 35,5 cm). Diese Ansicht nicht bei Nebehay-W. Vgl. Schwarz Nr. 32 (ähnliche Ansicht: "Aussicht gegen die Seufzer Allee im Augarten).- Sorgfältig und in dekorativen Farben kolorierte Ansicht mit galanter Gesellschaft. Papier ohne Wasserzeichen.- An 3 Seiten bis an die Einfassungslinie, sowie unten bis an den Text beschnitten. Graphik, Österreich - WIEN

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        Viaggio sul Reno e ne' suoi contorni.

      per l'Albertini 1795]. In - 8° (cm. 19,5), brossura coeva con titolo su tassello al dorso (anticamente rinforzato); pp. [8], 181, [3] in ottimo stato, in barbe, con 8 tavole illustrative in rame ripiegate f.t. (carta del Reno, vedute, mappe); front. calcografico, dedica Ex dono authoris al foglio di guardia, qualche lieve segno d'uso. Rara prima edizione dell'opera più famosa del pensatore preromantico riminese, Aurelio de' Giorgi Bertòla (1753 - 1798), personaggio salottiero e mezzo spretato, sempre «in compagnie di lazzaroni e di donnacce» [Cfr. G. Scotti. La vita e le opere di Aurelio Bertola, Aliprandi, Milano 1896, p. 13].  Un «quadro di vivezza di colori animato e variato. Sono 46 lettere veramente ornate di fiori scientifici e letterarii» [Gamba 2543]. Opera più volte ristampata, nonché oggetto di studi [cfr. p.e. il saggio di Emilio Bogani pubblicato dall'Accademia della Crusca nel 1979 in Studi di filologia italiana, Vol. XXXVII]. Cfr. Melzi III, 218. Esemplare genuino.

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

      - Kolorierte 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. - Angerändert, Mittelbug geglättet. Feines Kolorit. "Prächtiges, sehr seltenes Blatt" (Lentner 10699).

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        Cours d\'étude pour l\'instruction du Prince de Parme aujourd\'hui S.A.R. l\'Infant D. Ferdinand Duc de Parme, Plaisance, Guastalle etc. Tome premier [à treize].

      Aux Deux-Ponts 1782 [Parma: Bodoni 1775]. 13 Bände (= vollständig). Mit einem gestochenen Portrait-Frontispiz im ersten Band. Gr. 8° (22,5-25 cm). Marmorierte Lederbände der Zeit mit zwei farbigen Rückenschildern, reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung in sechs Feldern, goldgeprägten Deckenrahmen mit Eckfleurons, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, Vorsätzen aus Steinmarmorpapier und vergoldetem Schnitt. Erste rechtmäßige und vollständige Ausgabe auf starkem, breitrandigem Papier, entstanden während der Tätigkeit Condillacs als Prinzenerzieher des späteren Herzogs Ferdinand, Infant von Spanien. Selten, zumal in dieser Ausstattung. - Der spanische Hof hatte gegen die Veröffentlichung im Jahre 1775 Einspruch erhoben; erst nach Austausch einiger brisanter Stellen durch Kartonblätter konnte das Werk erst sieben Jahre später mit dem fingierten Druckort Zweibrücken erscheinen. - Der französische Philosoph Condillac (1714-80), Sensualist und führender Erkenntnistheoretiker der Aufklärungszeit, stand in Verbindung zu Diderot & D\'Alembert. Sein Erziehungslehrgang, unterteilt in Grammaire, Philosophie & Histoire, stand in engem geistigen Zusammenhang mit den Bemühungen der Enzyklopädisten. /// Einbände etwas berieben und bestoßen, Außengelenke mit Wurmgängen. Band XII am Fuß des Rückens unauffällig restauriert, Deckel durch Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung gering verzogen. Erstes Drittel des Blocks mit Wasserrand am unteren Bundsteg. Gelegentlich gering fleckig. - Weller II, 216. - Brooks, Bodoni 2003. - Brunet II, 216. - Cioranescu 20325 (uneindeutig bei der Beschreibung der Abfolge der Editionen und der Bandzahlen; nennt zwei wesentlich häufigere, sechzehnbändige Ausgaben in Oktav aus den Jahren 1775/76 als vorgängig; beide aber offenbar Nachdrucke). Versand D: 2,50 EUR Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de: Cours d\'étude pour l\'instruction du Prince de Parme aujourd\'hui S.A.R. l\'Infant D. Ferdinand Duc de Parme, Plaisance, Guastalle etc. Tome premier [à treize]. 13 Bände (= vollständig). Aux Deux-Ponts 1782 [Parma: Bodoni 1775]. Mit einem gestochenen Portrait-Frontispiz im ersten Band. Gr. 8° (22,5-25 cm). Marmorierte Lederbände der Zeit mit zwei farbigen Rückenschildern, reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung in sechs Feldern, goldgeprägten Deckenrahmen mit Eckfleurons, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung, Vorsätzen aus Steinmarmorpapier und vergoldetem Schnitt.

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      Philadelphia, 1795. Folio. Old fold lines. Very minor soiling. Very good. An official copy, signed by Secretary of State Edmund Randolph, of an act passed by the Third Congress, listing the appropriations for the federal budget for 1795. It includes salaries for the various government officials (the President and Vice President combined received $30,000); expenses such as fire wood, stationery, printing, candles, "and other contingent expenses" of various offices, as well as for the creation of the mint, including the purchase of land and a building to house the mint, and a coining press. The budget also provides for pensions, and for the care of the widow and orphaned children of two army officers. This is the final budget devised by Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, who left office at the end of January 1795. "Approved, January the second, 1795," and signed in print by Speaker of the House Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, Vice President John Adams, and President George Washington. Two states of this imprint are noted. One, Evans 29688, includes a statement of deposition: "Deposited among the rolls in the Office of the Secretary of State. Secretary of State," and is signed by Secretary of State Edmund Randolph. The other, Bristol B9364, is without this statement. The copy at hand is the former, signed by Secretary of State Edmund Randolph. NAIP locates only one copy with the deposition statement, at the Library of Congress. Scarce in either format, and particularly rare with the signature of the Secretary of State. Edmund Randolph became the second Secretary of State on Jan. 2, 1794, succeeding Thomas Jefferson, who resigned at the end of 1793. He continued the practice begun in the First Congress of the Secretary of State signing a small number of "official" copies of Congressional acts for distribution to the States and important government officials. After the Third Congress, official acts were no longer signed in manuscript by the Secretary of State.

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      1795. OFFICIAL MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT on laid paper, in Spanish. SIGNED BY THE KING OF SPAIN with "YO EL REY". Appears to be the SIGNATURE of KING CHARLES IV / KING CARLOS IV. It is an actual hand signature, not the woodblock YO EL REY signature that is so often seen on his "signed" documents. I have confidence that this hand signature is that of the KING, though it could have been hand signed in his name by one of his officials, I have no way of knowing with absolute certainty. Written on both sides of an 8.25x11.75" sheet of laid, watermarked paper. The document is headed with a manuscript EL REY at the top of the front page, and is SIGNED on the back page, at the end of the written text, with YO EL REY. Undated (insofar as I can decipher), circa 1790s (1795?) The document begins with: "Intendente de Exército, y Real Hacienda de la Isla de Cuba" (i.e. addressed to the Governing Official of Cuba). I have not completely translated this document because the handwriting combined with the oxidation of the iron gall ink (causing offsetting from one side of the page to the other) makes it difficult. I do note that it discusses travel from Cadiz to New Spain, and from Veracruz to Guiana and Caracas. The paper has an interesting WATERMARK with the letters A and T inside circles, one on top of the other, with a cross at the very top. Also interesting is that at the bottom margin of the back page, about 5" below the King's "Yo El Rey" signature, is another signature (that I cannot make out) just below which are three additional handwritten lines. This brief text also mentions Cuba and Havana. Why these few lines are present at the bottom of the back page I have no idea. The document is in generally GOOD condition with a horizontal fold across the middle, quite a number of small holes in the writing where the pen point penetrated the paper, and some typical signs of age and use including oxidation of the iron gall ink, some edge wear and age toning. Still a solid and well-kept historic document relating to Cuba, South America, New Spain, and the King of Spain. I have tried to provide some high quality photos for your examination. I welcome questions and informative comments. Good

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      Philadelphia, 1795. Old fold lines. Minor age toning and a few small tears at extremities. Very good. An Act passed by the Third Congress appropriating funds for the military, and in particular, those troops sent to Western Pennsylvania to quell the Whiskey Rebellion. George Washington's presidential message of November 22, 1792 advocated a tax on distilled spirits, and Alexander Hamilton was a strong proponent of the whiskey excise tax, which was part of his overall plan for putting the federal government on a sound fiscal basis. As with many of his other proposals, it aroused bitter opposition in some quarters. Some objected that it laid federal taxes which properly belong to the states, while frontier representatives considered themselves singled out for an onerous tax. The impact of the whiskey revenue took several years to take full effect while the system of collectors was installed. Growing resistance to the tax continued to develop through the summer of 1794, when the Whiskey Rebellion really began. Congress repealed the excise tax on distilled spirits in March 1797, effectively ending the cause of the revolt. "Approved, thirty first Decr. 1794" and signed in print by Speaker of the House Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, Vice President John Adams, and President George Washington. Two states of this imprint are noted. One, Evans 29689, includes a statement of deposition: "Deposited among the rolls in the Office of the Secretary of State. Secretary of State," and is signed by Secretary of State Edmund Randolph. The other, Bristol B9365, is without this statement. This is the former, signed by Secretary of State Edmund Randolph. NAIP locates four copies in all, but does not distinguish between the two states. Scarce in either format, and particularly rare with the signature of the Secretary of State. Edmund Randolph became the second Secretary of State on January 2, 1794, succeeding Thomas Jefferson, who resigned at the end of 1793. He continued the practice begun in the First Congress of the Secretary of State signing a small number of "official" copies of Congressional acts for distribution to the States and important government officials. After the Third Congress, official acts were no longer signed in manuscript by the Secretary of State.

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        12 Blatt mit 52 Vignetten u. Porträts. / Ensemble de 12 feuilles avec 52 vignettes gravées par Dunker.

      s.d., vers 1770 -1795, - 24.5x40.4 cm (chaque feuille), Eaux-fortes et pointes-sèches tirées avec les plaques originales de diff. formats, au dos des feuilles pt. timbre ?Stadtbibliothek Trier?, 12 feuilles. Vignettes: Portrait de Albertus de Haller - vignette du poème ?Les Alpes? - div. Portraits - ?der Recensent und sein Publicum? (mit Brille) - der weibische Geck - etc. etc.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Raoul Nicolas: Dunker (1924): Oeuvre gravé p. 115, (introduction:) Les vignettes destinées à l?illustration des ouvrages ont été très souvent tirées à part sur papier de luxe, plusieurs sont parfois réunies sur la même feuille.

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      [Np], 1795. Small quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Old folds. Minor soiling. Narrow strip of later paper attached to left edge. Very good. In a brown half morocco and cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. A significant memorandum signed by several important Revolutionary-era figures, including William Paterson and Henry Knox, concerning a joint venture to investigate copper mines in the Great Lakes region on the so-called Carver Grant. Many public figures in the founding days of the United States dabbled in land speculation and other similar ventures. This group of eminent Americans was apparently involved with the Carver Grant, a land grant totaling hundreds of square miles located in western Wisconsin and in Minnesota (including the present- day location of Saint Paul), which was supposedly given to explorer Jonathan Carver by two local Sioux chiefs in 1767. For several decades after Carver's death his heirs and various others tried to capitalize on the grant by petitioning the United States Congress to recognize its validity, and by selling and reselling lands in the region. Jonathan Carver (1710-80) was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, raised in Connecticut, and spent most of his adult years in western Massachusetts. He distinguished himself through his service in the French and Indian War, and in 1766-67 undertook to explore Great Britain's newly-won lands around the Upper Mississippi River, partly with a mind to seeking a route to the Pacific Ocean. Carver spent the 1770s in London, petitioning the Crown for compensation for his explorations and seeking to publish the journal of his travels. Carver's TRAVELS THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF NORTH AMERICA was published in London in 1778 and was immediately popular, appearing in several editions. Despite this, Carver died penniless in London in 1780. In 1781 a "third edition" of Carver's TRAVELS appeared, issued by Dr. John Lettsom, a benefactor of Carver's British widow. In that edition, as part of biographical material on Jonathan Carver, the text of a deed dated May 1, 1767 was published for the first time, in which Carver was apparently given hundreds of miles of land in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Over the next several decades Carver's heirs in the United States and England, as well as dozens of others who bought and tried to sell land in the grant area, worked to prove the validity of the grant and to profit from the sales. Congress was petitioned to validate the grant, the heirs of the Sioux chiefs were appealed to, and various schemes were developed by Samuel Harrison of Vermont, the Rev. Samuel Peters, and others, to sell and resell the land. The decades-long tale of the Carver Grant is best told by Milo Quaife and John Parker in the references cited below. The present document reads: "Memorandum that we whose names are hereunto subscribed do covenant, promise and agree with each other to use our separate and joint interest in obtaining a right of preemption for the lands mentioned in a book known by the title of Carver's TRAVELS and where he mentions having seen vast quantities of virgin copper and we further covenant with each other that we will become equally concerned in the above undertaking both in profit and loss. Witness our hands this thirteenth day of March and year seventeen hundred and ninety five. [signed] Benj. Henfrey / Wm. Paterson / H. Knox / W. Macpherson / Anthy. W. White / James Chambers." The docketing on the second leaf contains a list of "parties to the within articles respecting the exploring the country on Lake Superior, &c," and the list includes Knox, Paterson, Alexander Hamilton, New Jersey Governor Richard Howell, and six others, plus "if approved by him, His Excellency the Honble. Major General [Anthony] Wayne." Hamilton at this point had been a private citizen for six weeks, having retired as Secretary of the Treasury on Jan. 31, 1795. The document is signed by William Paterson, a signer of the Constitution, U.S. Senator, governor of New Jersey (1790-93), and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1793 until his death in 1806; Henry Knox, Washington's first secretary of war (1789-94); William Bingham, a Pennsylvania Congressman; Benjamin Henfrey, an Englishman who had emigrated to Pennsylvania and patented a method of making gas light, using his "thermo-lamp," which he showcased in Baltimore, Richmond, and Philadelphia; and William Macpherson and Anthony W. White, who both served in the United States Army and were involved in quelling the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794. A remarkable document illustrating a pioneering western joint venture, and Alexander Hamilton's return to private investing. This document sold for $7170 at Heritage Auctions on Oct. 24, 2007.

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