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        Compendio di astronomia del signor De La Lande. Seconda edizione migliorata ed accresciuta da Vincenzo Chiminello

      Seminario apresso Tommaso Bettinelli, Padova 1796 - 4º mayor, XXVII p., 302 p., 10 láminas plegadas. Pergamino, lomo rotulado. Cierres cordel. Buen ejemplar. Excelente ejemplar, muy bien conservado, de esta segunda edición de la traducción italiana del Compendio de Astronomia, resumen de la obra publicada por el autor en 1764, en dos volúmenes, y en 1771 en tres (y en 1792 revisada y aumentada). Destinada inicialmente tanto a los principiantes como a los profesionales, describía todos los métodos, descubrimientos y observaciones, y contenía las tablas atronómicas más perfectas. Pero dada su gran extensión, el mismo autor decidió facilitar su consulta con la realización del presente compendio, que tuvo un éxito inmediato y se agotó rápidamente. La presente edición italiana cuenta con una breve nota biográfica del autor, y un extenso nuevo prefacio para la nueva impresión.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio]
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        Saggi Di Prose E Poesie De' Piu Celebri Scrittori D' Ogni Secolo

      Londra: Per Cooper e Graham. Hardcover. Fair/No Jacket. 1796-1798. 6 vols. in 3. xii, xv, 368, (8), (4), 235, (5) p.; 382, (6), (4), 243,(5) p.; 240, (4), vii, 231, (33) p. 22 cm. Attractive full leather bindings, re-backed in cloth with original spines reapplied. Some small marks and a little foxing. Some thumbing. A few water-stains at edges. A survey of Italian poetry and prose from the 13th to the 18th centuries.

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        A TREATISE ON THE POLICE OF THE METROPOLIS, EXPLAINING THE VARIOUS CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS WHICH AT PRESENT ARE FELT AS A PRESSURE ON THE COMMUNITY;AND SUGGESTING REMEDIES FOR THEIR PREVENTION

      C Dilly, London 1796 - Second edition, Revised and Enlarged, (same year as first), xviii, contents, 473, xxviii index, half title, instruction to binder, folding page opp page 250, some occasional foxing, contemporary calf, gilt border decoration, spine, rubbed, original red title label A VERY NICE ATTRACTIVE COPY [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Old Hall Bookshop, ABA ILAB PBFA BA]
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        Mezzotint portrait of James Watt engraved by S. W. Reynolds after the painting by C. F. de Breda, showing Watt contemplating a drawing on the steam engine. Image shows minor wear and is trimmed close to margins.340 x 250 mm. Margins slightly extended. Rare

      London: S. W. Reynolds, 1796.

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com]
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        "Miscellaneous works ... with memoirs of his life and writings, composed by himself: illustrated from his letters, with occasional notes and narrative, by John Lord Sheffield."

      London: A. Strahan & T. Cadell. 1796. "First edition, 2 vols., 4to, pp. xxiv, 703; viii, 726, [2]; silhouette frontis portrait of Gibbon; full contemporary tree calf, neatly rebacked, red and black morocco labels on spines; very good and sound. U1 in Vol. I is a cancel, as usual. A supplementary third volume published in 1815 is not present. Rothschild 949; Norton 131."

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        The Pilgrim's Progress

      T. Heptinstall, London 1796 - To which is prefixed the Life of the Author with a key to the allegory and a critique on its beauties. Frontispiece. Embossed covers, leather corners and spine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        LE TEMPLE DE GNIDE, SUIVI D'ARSACE ET ISMÉNIE

      Paris: P. Didot l'aîné, 1796. ONE OF 100 COPIES n. Hardcover. With Memorable Large-Format Colored Plates, More Modern and Less 18th Century in Sensibility. 330 x 235 mm (13 x 9 1/4"). 2 p.l., 165, [1] pp. ONE OF 100 COPIES. (Original?) gray boards, flat spine, dark gray paper title label, two-thirds of the leaves UNOPENED. Engraved printer's device on title page and SEVEN FINE COLOR-PRINTED ENGRAVINGS AFTER PEYRON BY CHAPUY AND LAVALLÉE, SOME FINISHED BY HAND. Cohen-de Ricci 730; Brunet III, 1860. A couple of very small brown spots and just a hint of soiling as well as minor abrasions to covers, corners somewhat mashed (as expected), isolated trivial foxing to text, but A VERY FINE COPY, clean and bright internally, with vividly colored plates, and in a surprisingly sturdy and generally well-preserved original temporary publisher's binding. This is the fine Levy copy of a limited Large Paper edition of this oft-printed work, in the publisher's temporary boards, unopened and virtually untouched internally. Attractively printed with enormous margins, the text of the first (and by far the most important) work here is a prose-poem on love (supposedly translated from the Greek) by one of the great political philosophers of the Enlightenment, Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu (1689-1755). Although the rather racy piece was popular in its day, it was not regarded as an important work in Montesquieu's oeuvre; modern scholars, however, are more inclined to see it as a philosophical fable. The colophon informs us that this limited edition was printed with a new type cut and cast by Firmin Didot "with such perfection that up to this moment none other can equal it." The dramatic and animated plates are strikingly different from the Eisen engravings in other editions of this work, and are more modern in sensibility than the usual 18th century French engravings. The colophon notes that the plates were broken after the 100 copies of this edition were printed. Our copy was in the outstanding library of American bibliophile Jacques Levy (1905-80) a man of wide-ranging interests who assemebled an eclectic collection over 40 years (his sale, Sotheby's New York, Apr 20, 2012, lot 241).

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        LE TEMPLE DE GNIDE, SUIVI D'ARSACE ET ISMÉNIE

      P. Didot l'aîné, Paris 1796 - With Memorable Large-Format Colored Plates, More Modern and Less 18th Century in Sensibility. 330 x 235 mm (13 x 9 1/4"). 2 p.l., 165, [1] pp. ONE OF 100 COPIES. (Original?) gray boards, flat spine, dark gray paper title label, two-thirds of the leaves UNOPENED. Engraved printer's device on title page and SEVEN FINE COLOR-PRINTED ENGRAVINGS AFTER PEYRON BY CHAPUY AND LAVALLÉE, SOME FINISHED BY HAND. Cohen-de Ricci 730; Brunet III, 1860. A couple of very small brown spots and just a hint of soiling as well as minor abrasions to covers, corners somewhat mashed (as expected), isolated trivial foxing to text, but A VERY FINE COPY, clean and bright internally, with vividly colored plates, and in a surprisingly sturdy and generally well-preserved original temporary publisher's binding. This is the fine Levy copy of a limited Large Paper edition of this oft-printed work, in the publisher's temporary boards, unopened and virtually untouched internally. Attractively printed with enormous margins, the text of the first (and by far the most important) work here is a prose-poem on love (supposedly translated from the Greek) by one of the great political philosophers of the Enlightenment, Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu (1689-1755). Although the rather racy piece was popular in its day, it was not regarded as an important work in Montesquieu's oeuvre; modern scholars, however, are more inclined to see it as a philosophical fable. The colophon informs us that this limited edition was printed with a new type cut and cast by Firmin Didot "with such perfection that up to this moment none other can equal it." The dramatic and animated plates are strikingly different from the Eisen engravings in other editions of this work, and are more modern in sensibility than the usual 18th century French engravings. The colophon notes that the plates were broken after the 100 copies of this edition were printed. Our copy was in the outstanding library of American bibliophile Jacques Levy (1905-80) a man of wide-ranging interests who assemebled an eclectic collection over 40 years (his sale, Sotheby's New York, Apr 20, 2012, lot 241). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Décadas de Tito Livio, prícipe de la historia romana, traducidas al castellano por Fr. Pedro de Vega, del orden de San Gerónimo. Corregidas y aumentadas posteriormente por Arnaldo Byrkman

      - Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1796, 5 vols I: VIII + 480 p. II: 444 p. [incluye: Lista de los señores subscriptores. III: 468 p. IV: 502 p. [incluye: Continúa la lista de los señores suscriptores]. V: 515 p. Todos 21 cm, enc. de época en pasta española con filetes dorados y tejuelo, guardas al agua, marcas de registro en rotulador rojo en portadas, excelente papel, buen estado. (Clasicos latinos. Historia de Roma) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caldeandrín Ediciones]
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        Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark

      Johnson, London 1796 - Brown leather, spine quite worn with no lettering, library stamps and labels, contents very nice. Her last book, published a year before her death. Includes a last page listing all her publications. 262 pages plus appendix and notes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Duttenhofer's Books]
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        The history of the parishes of Whiteford, and Holywell

      [London] : Printed for B. and J. White, Fleet Street 1796 - Physical description; [10],172;[2],185-328p., XXII plates : ill. ; 4to. Subjects; Clwyd (Wales) - History - Early works to 1800. Whiteford, Holywell (Wales) - History & Description. (Flintshire, Wales) - History. Wales - Description and travel. - Early works to 1800. Topographical books, Flintshire. Other names; White, Benjamin approximately 1724-1794 [publisher]. White, J. fl. 1796 [publisher].Includes: History of Holywell parish. Genre; Local histories. Travel Literature - 18th century. Finely bound in modern fine-ribbed cloth-backed boards with a paper label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 328 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        EXTRACTOS DE LOS TRES TOMOS DE LA HISTORIA DE LA CONJURACION DE LLUIS FELIPE JOSEPH DUQUE DE ORLEANS LLAMADO EGALITÊ. Escritos â principios de 1795. Impresos en Paris 1796.

      107 fol. Enc. en pergamino reciente, lomera rotulada, cierres. Manchas de óxido en las primeras tres hojas y de tinta en el fol. 40. Tinta ligeramente oxidada entre los fol. 65 y 85. Marca de anterior poseedor en el fol. 19. * El autor recoge los hechos más significativos y fechas más relevantes que se encuentran en la obra original, Histoire de la conjuration de L.-P.-J. d'Orléans, surnommé Égalité, de Galart de Montjoie (París, 1796 - , BNF 33999095). A raíz de los sucesos de la Revolución de 1789, el duque de Orleáns, que pretendía sustituir a los Borbones como monarca de una Francia burguesa y democrática, se hizo llamar Felipe Igualdad y fue diputado en la Asamblea. El presente volumen comienza con unas breves pinceladas sobre los ascendientes y la vida privada del duque, continúa con las causas de la conjuración por él promovida y concluye con la muerte de este curioso e influyente personaje, en 1793. Francia. Revolución francesa. Historia. Història d'Europa Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

      [Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré]
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        The History of America

      London: A. Strahan, and T. Cadell; and E Balfour, Edinburgh,, 1796. The Seventh Edition. [together with;] The History of America. Books IX and X. Containing the History of Virginia, to the Year 1688; and the History of New England, to the Year 1652. 4 volumes octavo (207 × 126 mm). Contemporary tree calf, flat spines, red morocco titling-pieces, green roundel numbering-pieces, spines gilt in compartments with palm and olive branch corner-pieces and central tool of an eight-pointed star roundel, edges sprinkled blue. 4 folding maps by Thomas Kitchin, one folding plate, half-titles present in each. Contemporary ownership inscription of Francis Way to all title pages. A little rubbed on the spines and at the edges, some foxing, but a very nice set in an attractive contemporary binding. First published in 1777, this edition with the first edition of the additional volume containing the previously unpublished early history of British America. "Most highly regarded secondary source of its time" (Howes). Roberston's work "helped establish historical writing as one of the foremost literary genres of Enlightenment Scotland. The dignity of his style brought equal dignity to the subject matter, and in no small measure Robertson's works helped pave the way for the dominance of history that was to follow in the nineteenth century. Although in recent years both Hume and Gibbon have often been considered greater historians in terms of intellectual insight and historical comprehension, Robertson's contemporaries generally had no hesitation about making him their equal, if not superior" (ODNB). Regarded as Robertson's "most interesting, original, and even Romantic work," it was an immediate success, particularly so "on the continent, where it was considered Robertson's masterpiece (in Suard's translation), and went through nine editions between 1777 and 1780."

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        Jeffery's Edition of the Castle of Otranto, a Gothic Story

      London: printed by Cooper and Graham and sold by the Publisher [Edward Jeffery],, 1796. Translated by William Marshall, Gent. from the Original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, Canon of the Church of St. Nicholas at Otranto. A New Edition. Octavo (214 × 133 mm). Contemporary green quarter roan, marbled boards. Hand-coloured frontispiece within gilt-rolled border and 6 similar plates. Rubbed, corners worn, some foxing and browning throughout as usual, overall a very good copy. First edition thus, a rather pretty edition which employs copies of the plates first issued by Harding in 1793; "Six plates illustrative of the Castle of Otranto were published by E. & S. Harding in July 1793 to accompany either the Bodoni or the small octavo edition; they were drawn by 'a lady' (Miss Anne Mellicent Clarke) and engraved by Birrell" (Hazen). They are better known from Sivrac's 1795 Italian edition, and these copies are taken from that issue, the letterpress imprint details being, perhaps deliberately, obscured by the gilt borders. The frontispiece, engraved by Thomas Medland from a drawing by Joino, is also from Sivrac's edition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL. D. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED AN ESSAY ON HIS LIFE AND GENIUS (12 VOLUMES)

      Longmen Et Al, London 1796 - New Edition based on the 1792 first edition. Complete in 12 volumes. Leather over clean marbled boards. Front leather protected corners. All covers, hinges and text blocks tight, clean and intact. Slightly faded gilt title & volume numbers on spine. Volume #1, 215 pp and has a portrait frontispiece. ; #2, 438pp; #3,442pp; #4, 446pp; #5, 443; #6, 397pp; #7, 410pp; #8, 416pp; #9, 460pp; #10, 404pp; #11, 389, #12, 450pp and a 92 page index. Spine leather with delicate, superficial cracks not affecting the integrity of the leather. Volume 6 has a tiny nick on the front top leather corner. Rear Section; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 5002 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nick Bikoff]
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        Opere di Niccolò Machiavelli cittadino e segretario fiorentino.

      S. n. 1796 - [Florence], s. n., 1796-1799. 8 vol. in 8 de CLXXXIV-276pp., 452pp., 325pp. (avec erreur de numérotation), 385pp. (avec une planche dépliante hors texte), 419pp., 364pp., 369pp., XIX-323pp., reliures en plein vélin rigide postérieure, probablement du milieu du XIXème siècle, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de fleurons ronds dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin ocre surlignées et soulignées de roulettes dorées et encadrées d'un filet doré, titre et tomaison dorés, frontispice du tome I. orné d'un portrait de l'auteur, un chiffre et une lettre avec parfois 2 ou 3 bâtonnets manuscrits à l'encre noire dans l'angle supérieur externe de chaque contreplat, quelques légères mouillures sur les premiers contreplats de certains volumes sans gravité; les contreplats restant propres, grandes marges, intérieur frais et pur, tranches rouges, bon et bel exemplaire. Cette édition florentine qui reprend celle de Philadelphie (Livourne) contient l'édition originale de ''Commedia in versi senza titolo'' présent dans le tome VII, ainsi que les textes ''Descrizione della peste di Firenze dell'anno 1527'' et ''Capitoli per una bizzarra compagnia''. Nicolas Machiavel naquit à Florence en 1469 dans une famille noble, fils de Bernardo Machiavelli trésorier pontifical et docteur en Droit, et de Bartolomea de' Neri. Très jeune il étudia avec passion les historiens antiques, en particulier Tite-Live. Après la mort de Savonarole, brûlé sur la place de la Seigneurie en 1498, dont il fut un fervent opposant, il fut nommé secrétaire des Dieci, la seconde chancellerie. Il resta 14 ans à ce poste, ayant diverses missions diplomatiques en Italie, en France, et auprès de la cour impériale en Autriche. Durant cette période, il écrivit différents textes, tout d'abord ''Les relations diplomatiques" ainsi que différents rapports: "Rapport sur les choses de l'Allemagne" (1508-1512) et ''Rapports sur les choses de la France" en 1510. En 1503 il fut envoyé comme ambassadeur auprès de Cesare Borgia, il put ainsi assister à la cruauté et à la ruse avec laquelle ce dernier parvenait à se débarrasser de tous ses adversaires, opposants et ennemis. Il se lia d'amitié avec Piero Soderini qui fut nommé gonfalonier de Florence. C'est à cette époque qu'il s’occupa de l'armée florentine, la faisant passer d'un corps de mercenaires à une structure composée de conscrits émanant des citoyens de la ville. En 1512, suite au retour des Médicis au pouvoir, accusé d’avoir participé à la conjuration fomentée par Pier Paolo Boscoli, il fut arreté, torturé et emprisonné. Il se retira dans la campagne Toscane. En 1512, il commença à composer son oeuvre qui est considérée comme la plus importante: ''Discorsi sopra la prima Deca di Tito Livio" publiée posthume à Rome en 1531 par l'éditeur Antonio Blado. Il interrompit l'écriture sur la ''Décade'' pour écrire son oeuvre la plus connue ''Le Prince" qui fut publiée en 1513. A cette date il traduisit l'une des commédies de Térence ''Andria". En 1520 fut représentée son oeuvre théâtrale ''La Mandragola'', écrite en 1518. En 1521 il publia chez l'imprimeur Giunti à Florence ''L'arte della guerra", puis à la demande du Cardinal Jules de Médicis, il rédigea entre 1520 et 1526, les annales diplomatiques de Florence: ''Historie Fiorentine'', publiées par Antonio Blado en 1532. Enfin fut publiée à Florence en 1537 son autre oeuvre théâtrale importante "Clitia". Il fut très lié à Francesco Guicciardini qu'il avait connu à Carpi lorsque ce dernier était alors gouverneur de Modène. Machiavel décéda en 1527. Il fut le premier à élaborer L'Art de l'Etat comme une discipline propre, dotée de principes et de règles pas nécessairement liés à des valeurs éthiques et morales. Avec la lecture et l'étude des anciens, en actualisant les messages, il analyse sur un modèle empirique les passions qui sont à la base de l'action humaine et donc de l'Histoire. Malgré une condamnation de toutes ses oeuvres et une mise à l'index, ces dernières eurent une immense influence à [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, and Its Influence on Morals and Happiness

      Philadelphia: Printed by Bioren and Madan. 1796. First. First American edition. Two volumes. 12mo. Recent period-style full calf, red spine label, spine gilt. Early owner signature, some modest age-toning to the pages, an attractive, very good set. In cloth chemises and marbled slipcase. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        TRATADO DE LOS USOS ABUSOS PROPIEDADES Y VIRTUDES DEL TABACO CAFÉ TE Y CHOCOLATE

      - Tratado de los usos, abusos, propiedades y virtudes del tabaco, café, te y chocolate; extractado de los mejores autores que han tratado de la materia, a fin de que su uso no perjudique a la salud, antes bien pueda servir de alivio y curación de muchos males.- Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1796; en 8º mayor pasta española de época, 5 h. - 237 pp y vuelta con erratas. Palau nº 133234. Segunda edición. Buen ejemplar.

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        POCKET CONSPECTUS OF THE NEW LONDON AND EDINBURGH PHARMACOPOEIAS

      1796 - GRAVES, Robert. A POCKET CONSPECTUS OF THE NEW LONDON AND EDINBURGH PHARMACOPOEIAS Wherein the Virtues, Uses, and Doses of the several Articles and Preparations. are precisely stated, their Pronunciation as to Quantity is marked, and a Variety of other Particulars respecting them given, calculated more especially for the Use of Junior Practitioners. Sherborne: Printed by W. Cruttwell ., 1796. First edition. 12mo., early half-leather and boards, worn. Ex-library, with stamps on pastedown, title- page, and dedication page, and p. 50 (only marks). Title-page reinforced and laid down on another sheet; some light spotting to text leaves, 1/4 inch tear to margin of dedication, otherwise internally very good. Rare.

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        The Rural Economy of the West of England: including Devonshire; and Parts of Somersetshire, Dorsetshire, and Cornwall. Together with Minutes in Practice

      Double-page frontis. map. 1 p.l., xxxiv, 332 pp.; xxiv, 358, [3] pp. Two vols. 8vo, cont. mottled calf, floral fillet round sides, flat spines gilt, red & green morocco lettering pieces on spines. London: G. Nicol et al., 1796. First edition and a lovely set of the penultimate survey undertaken by Marshall of the farming practices of six different regions of England. "Modern agricultural historians have generally held that Marshall's works on English farming are superior to those of his rival, Arthur Young, as they are more systematically arranged and based on a more thorough knowledge of a district by personal residence there. Unlike Young, Marshall was cautious about experimentation, preferring rather to advocate the best practices approved by experienced farmers. On the other hand, he lacked Young's pithy and more readable style, and acquired fewer close contacts with the leading farming figures of the time. Marshall's career, indeed, suffered in some degree from his native bluntness and acid tongue, his pride, and his sensibility to slights. Nevertheless, from the independence of his views arose his remarkably early support for agricultural education, and his belief in the necessity of studying agriculture on a regional basis, both of which were ideas well before their time."-ODNB. Fine set. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Specimens of Arabian Poetry, from the earliest Time to the Extinction of the Khaliphat, with some Account of the Authors, by J. D. Carlyle, B.D. F.R.S.E. Chancellor of Carlisle, and Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge.

      Printed by John Burges printer to the University; and sold by W. H. Lunn and J. Deighton, Cambridge; T. Payne & Son . B. & J. White, Fleet Street; R. Faulder . and J. Sewell . London; and Fletcher and Cooke, Oxford., Cambridge 1796 - Second edition (first 1795, of 3 which copies only are recorded in ESTC). The poems are printed in both English and Arabic and there is one engraved musical example of the work of Ishaq al-Mawsili ('Isaac Almousely' 767-850): 'Arab musician of Persian origin . a court musician . an upholder of the classical Arab music style, . [who] provided Arab music with a theoretical system based on local traditions.' (New Grove).Carlyle entered Christ's College, Cambridge in 1775, moving to Queens' College in 1778. 'During his residence at Cambridge he profited from the instructions of a native of Baghdad, who passed in Britain under the name David Zamio. As a result, Carlyle became so proficient in oriental languages that he was appointed professor of Arabic on the resignation of Dr Craven in 1795. In 1793 he had succeeded William Paley as chancellor of Carlisle. In 1792 he published Rerum Aegyptiacarum annales, translated from the Arabic of Yusuf ibn Taghri Birdi. Four years later there appeared his well-respected translation, Specimens of Arabian Poetry (which included biographical sketches of selected authors)' (Oxford DNB). In 1799 he was appointed chaplain to Lord Elgin's mission to Constantinople and travelled extensively through Asia Minor, Palestine, Greece, and Italy, collecting Greek and Syriac manuscripts for a proposed new version of the New Testament. 4to (232 × 180 mm), pp. [4], ix, [3], 71, [1], 1-48, [3], 49-180, text in Arabic and English, one page of engraved music, ornamental tailpieces throughout; lately rebound to style in calf, gilt. [Jackson, p. 214.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Justin Croft Antiquarian Books Ltd ABA]
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        Anecdotes secrètes sur le 18 Fructidor, et Nouveaux Mémoires des déportés à La Guiane écrits par eux-mêmes, et faisant suite au journal de Ramel SUIVI DE De l’État des Lettres en Europe, 1797 SUIVI de Essais sur l'Histoire de la révolution française, 1800 SUIVI DE Organisations des cultes

      - Livre ancien 1 gravure en frontispice :" Plutôt mourir à Sinamary sans reproches que de vivre coupable à Paris", VIIIp (titre, table, avis de l'éditeur), "Anecdotes secrètes sur le 18 fructidor, et nouveaux mémoires des déportés à la Guiane, ecrits par eux-mêmes, et faisant suite au journal de Ramel" 252p SUIVI DE "Notice des Livres" 1ff, SUIVI DE "De l’État des Lettres en Europe, depuis la fin du siècle qui a suivi celui d'Auguste, jusqu'au règne de Louis XIV. Discours prononcé à l'ouverture du Lycée Républicain, le 1er décembre 1796, par Jean-François Laharpe, A Paris, chez Migneret, Imprimeur, rue Jacob, 1797" IVp, 72p, SUIVI DE "Essais sur l'Histoire de la révolution Française par une société d'Auteurs latins, de Héron de Villefosse, Chambry et Durosois, A Rome et à Paris, 1800", 1ff, 85p SUIVI DE "Organisation des cultes" 1ff, 64p SUIVI DE "Convention entre le gouvernement français et sa sainteté Pie VII" 8p SUIVI DE "Articles organiques de la convention du 26 Messidor An 9" 12p SUIVI DE "Articles organiques des cultes protestans" 7p SUIVI DE "Conseil d'Etat. Rapport du Conseiller Portalis" 22p SUIVI DE "Conseil d'état. Rapport du Conseiller Portalis sur les articles organiques des cultes protestans" 3p. Recueil de plaquettes et textes se rapportant à la révolution française. Condition : In-8, en veau raciné, dos plat orné de fleurons, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge et beige, tranches rougies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Ancient Bee-Mafter's Farewell: Or Full and Plain Directions for the Management of Bees to the greateft Advantage;

      London for G G & J Robinson 1796 - HARDBACK, new half-calf with marbled boards, gilt rules and lettering on spine labels, frontispiece (= plates I & II), pages: xvi, 273, uncut but opened, 140mm x 224mm, (5.5" x 8.75"), a duplicate from the S. A. Baldwin Bee Library, former owner's details handwritten on half-title with small sketch of bee hive, small pencilled note about hive division on bottom of plate 1. A very fine copy. Scarce. British Bee Books 154.

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        Demence De Madame De Panor

      [Imprimerie de Marchant] Rue Helvétius, No.605, Paris, [1796] - Demence De Madame De Panor, En Son Nom Rozadelle Saint-Ophèle; Suivie d'un Conte de Fées; d'un Fragment d'Antiquès; d'une Anecdote villageoise, et de quelques Couplets; Par l'Auteur de l'Histoire de La Baronne D'Alvigny, ou La Joueuse. 12mo. [146 x 90 x 15 mm]. [3]ff, 250pp. Bound c.1845 by Niédrée (signed in gilt at the foot of the spine) in half brown goatskin, marbled paper sides. The spine divided into six panels with gilt compartments, lettered in the second, the others tooled with fleurons and sprigs, marbled endleaves, top edge gilt, the others uncut. "Cette Edition n'a été tirée qu'à vingt-cinq exemplaires, et les 25 en papier vélin". This is a fine copy, with the edges left entirely uncut. Jean-Edouard Niédrée took over Muller's Paris workshop in 1836 and won a silver medal in 1844. He died in 1864. Armorial bookplate with motto "Dieu Pour Nous" (Fletcher of Ashford?). Bookplate of Sylvain Van De Weyer. Booklables of John Sparrow and John Porter.

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        The Ancient Bee-Mafter's Farewell: Or Full and Plain Directions for the Management of Bees to the greateft Advantage: 1st Ed.;

      London for G G & J Robinson 1796 - HARDBACK, full-calf with gilt rules and lettering on spine label, pages: xiv, 273, plates 2, 128mm x 210mm, (5" x 8.25"), a duplicate from the S. A. Baldwin Bee Library, head, tail and corners rubbed with small losses, upper hinge cracked but held by cords, edges a little rubbed, small ancient worm hole in bottom corner through to page 39, some light occasional spotting, slight marginal browning to rear end-papers, otherwise a very fine copy. Scarce. British Bee Books 154.

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        The FRUGAL HOUSEWIFE: or, Complete Woman Cook. Wherein The Art of Dressing all Sorts of Viands, with Cleanliness, Decency, and Elegance, is Explained in Five Hundred Receipts ... and Making Domestic Wines. To Which are Added, Various Bills of Fare, and a Proper Arrangement of Dinners, two Courses, for every Month in the Year

      Philadelphia:: Printed by James Carey, 83, N. Second-Street.. 1796.. 12mo: A - L^6. 6-3/4" x 3-7/8". 4th US edition (Bitting, pp 78-79; Evans 30168; Lowenstein 15; Wheaton & Kelly 1091). Not in Gabler, though see G14815, for a later edition, ca 1850. 132 pp.. Period full brown sheep binding with black leather title label to spine. Now housed in a custom chemise & quarter leather slipcase.. Boards splayed, with rear board professionally reattached. 2nd. preliminary blank with period po signature ['Mary Linton'] to top,. with small piece detached from leaf fore-edge. Usual browning &. staining to paper. An About Very Good copy of an 18th C American. cookery book.. After B6, inserted bifolium with 2 copperplate engravings of dressed foul, hare, turkey, etc. Woodcut of Table Setting, L4v.

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        Select Views In Italy, With Topographical and Historical Descriptions In English And French (Volume II Only)

      London: J. Smith, W. Byrne and J. Edwards, London. Good; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by 40%. . Sale price ends soon!***. 1796. First Edition. Hardcover. Volume II only of a 2 volume set. Full green leather bound cover has light wear to extremities. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Dentelles. Marbled end sheets and paste downs with chip on front paste down where an old book plate was apparently removed. Complete with 36 engraved plates, each protected by tissue. Light foxing primarily to the tissues with an ocassional spot on engravings. Pages and engravings are in very good condition. 10" x 14" oblong folio. .

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        [Op. 4]. Grand Quintetto per due Violini, due Viole, e Violoncello. [Set of parts]

      Vienne: [Artaria e] Comp. [PN] 627. [after 1796]. Folio. Sewn. [1] (title), 2-11, [i] (blank); 8, [ii] (blank); 7, [i] (blank); 7, [i] (blank), 7, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Watermark incorporating a star within a shield. & & Moderately worn and soiled; some light foxing, heavier to title of first violin part. First violin part with old paper reinforcement to spine. Portion of imprint removed from title. . First Edition, later issue. Kinsky-Halm p. 12 (first issue). Weinhold/Dorfmüller p. 256. Hirsch IV, 241. For other issues see Hoboken 2, 27-30. In the first issue the opus number is printed as "IV" and the price "f2." In the present issue "4" appears in manuscript and there is no printed price. In addition, the number "11-1/2B" is printed at the foot of the first page of music in the "Violino Primo" part, most probably a printer's notation referring to the number of sheets required to print the part. & & Opus 4 is an original work, drawing on material from Beethoven's then-unpublished Octet for Winds (op. 103), "... with revisions sufficient to warrant calling it a new composition." Solomon: Beethoven, p. 102. "At some time before February 1791, probably when he was composing the C major Piano Sonata, Op. 2, no. 3, with its closely related opening theme, Beethoven re-cast the Octet (op. 103) as a String Quintet, Op. 4, and comparison of the two versions shows considerable light on his development as an instrumental composer during those four important formative years... The Quintet is by no means an arrangement of the Octet; unlike Mozart's parallel recasting of his Octet for the same combination of instruments (K.388) as a String Quintet (K.406), it is in many respects a new work. Everything has become more plastic; stiff formulae are softened; the texture is lightened in weight but enriched by polyphony and the devices of 'obbligato accompaniment'. The harmony, too, has become richer... Structurally everything is worked out in the Quintet on lines that are at the same time broader and subtler: the exposition of the first movement of the Quintet is 88 bars long as compared with the 69 of the Octet, the development 77 as compared with 56. The sixteen-bar periods that open minuet and trio of the Octet are expanded to 22 and 24 bars respectively in the Quintet, and the structure becomes much clearer, less fussy... All in all, it is hardly an exaggeration to say that the difference between Octet and Quintet represents the whole difference between the "al fresco," serenade music that was just going out of fashion and the new finely wrought quartet style of late Haydn with its 'openwork texture,' its so called 'durchbrochene Arbeit' ". Gerald Abraham in The New Oxford History of Music Vol. VIII: The Age of Beethoven 1790-1830, p. 260. & & The autograph of the work is untraced.

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        Bregenz

      . Vue de la Ville et des Environs de Bregence. Dessine a l'Ecluse. Altkolorierte Umrißradierung v. H. Thoman aus J. C. Mayr "(Ansichten von St. Gallen und Umgebung) ", St. Gallen Pierre Fehr um 1796, 21 x 34,5 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 989 / 2.- Selten

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        Grundlage des Naturrechts nach Principien der Wissenschaftslehre. - Grundlage des Naturrechts nach Principien der Wissenschaftslehre, Zweiter Theil oder Angewandtes Naturrecht. - 2 Bände in 1 Band.

      Jena und Leipzig bei Christian Ernst Gabler, 1796/1797.. Erste Ausgabe. (24) 230 S. / 269 S. Kl.-8°. Späterer Halbledereinband mit Lederecken und marmoriertem Überzugspapier.. Erste Ausgabe; Ziegenfuß I, 342; PMM 244; Ebert I, 7520; Teil II mit seperatem Titelbllatt. durchgehend papierbedingt etwas fleckig, insgesamt gut.

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        Några föreläsningar öfver de lärdas bestämmelse. Öfversättning.

      1796 - Uppsala, J. F. Edman, 1796. 8:o. IX,(1 blank),118 pp. Dark blue boards with an off-white title label (Johanna Röjgård). Old sprinkled edges. Nice copy. The original "Einige Vorlesungen über die Bestimmung des Gelehrten" was published in 1794. With a foreword by the author, dated Jena 1794 and another foreword by the translator, Benjamin Höijer. This is the only separately published contemporary translation into Swedish of a work by the German philosopher. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Bridge over the River Gallions, from the foot of Fort Matilda, Guadaloupe

      Willyams, London 1796 - The Reverend Cooper Willyams (1762-1816) was a topographer and artist, as well as minister and chaplain. The son of a British naval commander, he went to Cambridge, was ordained and contributed to "Topographical Miscellanies" before going to sea as Chaplain on the Boyne in 1793. England was at war with revolutionary France, and the Boyne participated in the West Indies' action of that war. In 1796, Willyams returned to London and published An Account of the Campaign in the West Indies. , which was illustrated with six drawings by Willyams, rendered in aquatint by Samuel Alken. This view on Guadeloupe was taken just outside Fort Matilda where Willyams served as chaplain. From his commanding position but minimizing the fortress as a geographical figure, Willyams gives a rich view of the lush hills and the rushing river below. Abbey, 677; Hough, The Beinecke Lesser Antilles Collection at Hamilton College , 486. Aquatint by Samuel Alken.

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        W. HOGARTH. [SIN TITULO PL. IV] 1796. O vanity of youthfull blood, so by misuse to poison good! Reason awakes, and views

      Londres 1796 - Londres; Editado por G.G. & J. Robinson, Pater-noster Row, 1 de octubre de 1796. 415 x 355 mm. Dimensión total: 580 x 410 mm.

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        An Historical, Geographical and Philosophical View of the Chinese Empire. To Which Is Added a Copious Account of Lord Macartney's Embassy, Compiled from Original Communications

      Philadelphia: Richard Lee. 1796. First US Edition. Hardcover. In two volumes. 303, 322pp. Contemporary full leather decorated in gold on the spine. Leather is well worn; text blocks are clean and tight with extremely mild foxing throughout; hinges were professionally restored and new leather labels applied to the spines; volume 1 has only the second title page (with In Two Volumes Vol. I.) and has a tear to the last page. A very good set. ; Octavo .

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        Stapeliae Novae. Or, A Collection of Several New Species of that Genus Discovered in the Interior parts of Africa.

      Pub. London George Nicol. 1796 - pp.24 with a further 41 hand-coloured copper engraved plates. Light browning and spotting to plates. Several bookplates and library stamps to front paste-down. Also stamp reading ‘This Volume is not to be removed from the Room’ to verso of f.e.p. and ‘836’ written in old-hand to top right corner of title page. Overall contents in vg. to fine condition. Original half-calf binding with marbled boards rubbed in places. More recent spine with old spine label. Overall a very good copy of this very scarce work. The finest work on Stapelia ever produced. Francis Masson (1741-1805) was a Scottish botanist, gardener and Kew Garden’s first plant hunter. He first visited South Africa in 1772. Later, in 1785 he set sail again for the Cape of Good Hope, arriving in 1786. There he remained for nearly 10 years, returning to England in 1795. He then took up residence in Kensington and began working on ‘Stapeliae Novae’. Masson humbly noted ‘The figures were drawn in their natural climate, and though they have little to boast in point of art, they possibly exhibit the natural appearance of the plants they represent, better than figures made from subjects growing in exotic houses can do.’ Miss Mia Karsten, who wrote for the ‘Journal of South African Botany’ observed that Masson’s ‘Stapeliae Novae’ is ‘a work of great merit and value, both for the accurate, true to life drawings, from which the plates were made, and the detailed descriptions of the plants figured’. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The FRUGAL HOUSEWIFE: or, Complete Woman Cook. Wherein The Art of Dressing all Sorts of Viands, with Cleanliness, Decency, and Elegance, is Explained in Five Hundred Receipts ... and Making Domestic Wines. To Which are Added, Various Bills of Fare, and a Proper Arrangement of Dinners, two Courses, for every Month in the Year

      Philadelphia:: Printed by James Carey, 83, N. Second-Street.. 1796.. 12mo: A - L^6. 6-3/4" x 3-7/8". 4th US edition (Bitting, pp 78-79; Evans 30168; Lowenstein 15; Wheaton & Kelly 1091). Not in Gabler, though see G14815, for a later edition, ca 1850. 132 pp.. Period full brown sheep binding with black leather title label to spine. Now housed in a custom chemise & quarter leather slipcase.. Boards splayed, with rear board professionally reattached. 2nd. preliminary blank with period po signature ['Mary Linton'] to top,. with small piece detached from leaf fore-edge. Usual browning &. staining to paper. An About Very Good copy of an 18th C American. cookery book.. After B6, inserted bifolium with 2 copperplate engravings of dressed foul, hare, turkey, etc. Woodcut of Table Setting, L4v.

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        CATALOGO RAGIONATO DE' LIBRI stampati in Vicenza e suo territorio nel secolo XV. Con un'appendice de' Libri de' Vicentini, o spettanti a Vicenza che in quel secolo si stamparono altrove.

      Vicenza, 1796 - in-8, pp. X, 216, leg. cartone coevo con tit. mss al d. Imp. e raro repertorio suddiviso per stampatori e con ottime schede. Tracce d'uso ma ell'esempl. [257]

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        Catalogo ragionato de' libri stampati in Vicenza e suo territorio nel secolo XV. Con un'Appendice de' Libri de Vicentini, o spettanti a Vicenza, che in quel Secolo si stamparono altrove.

      Vendramini Mosca,, In Vicenza, 1796 - Cm. 17,5, pp. (2) x, 246. Solida ed elegante legatura di poco posteriore in cart. rigido, dorso liscio con filetti e titoli in oro su tassello. Esemplare genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ben completo dell'occhietto spesso mancante contenente: "Laus artis tipographicae ex Nicodemo Cardelio Lucensis". Edizione originale, di grande rarità. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Universal Accountant, and complete Merchant, new modelled. The sixth edition, with many essential Additions, Alterations, and Improvements. Vol I. II.

      Dublin: T.Henshall, 1796 2 volumes bound on one, octavo, contemporary tree calf, contemporary red morocco label,, spine with gilt rules, a little scuffed, viiipp + 202, (1) + 184pp, 1 folding table, short paper tear to title with no loss, some leaves stained due to paper quality, contemporary ownership in ink on front blank of Francis his Book, Osuabruck; June 22nd 1833, an attractive copy.Kress B3136. Not in the Goldsmith Library. Not in Bradshaw, Irish Collection. Not in ICA, Historical Accounting Literature. Not in ICA of Scotland Library. Not in the Herwood Library of Accountancy. See Murray, Chapters in the History of Book-keeping, pp.33-37.ESTC 4 copies only: BL, Nat Lib of Ireland, Harvard, Lib of Congress.Very rare first Irish edition. William Gordon (died 1793) was one of the earliest teachers of book-keeping in Glasgow. Together with James Scruton, he carried on the Mercantile Academy in Glasgow from 1763 until at least 1778. The Academy was originally in the Trongate. Gordon carried on after 1778 on his own account teaching figures and accountancy, as well as classics. The Universal Accountant was first published in 1763-65 and ran to five editions to 1787 before this Dublin printing. All editions appear to be very rare. The first volume covers the elements of arithmetic and the application of arithmetic to the business of the merchant, the banker, custom-house, insurance offices, &c. The second volume begins with a Dissertation on the Business of the counting-house and then the book is divided into two parts, part I The elements of Mercantile Accountantship and part II Mercantile accountantship reduced to practice, in various specimens of books, connected and digested as in real trade. Gordon was also the author of The General Counting-House 1766

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        Bowles¿s New One-Sheet Map Of New England;

      London 1796 - Fine original wash color, slightly refreshed; light centerfold discoloration, else excellent condition. This attractive, separately published map provides a fascinating portrait of the borders of the former New England colonies at a time when some were in the process of becoming states. For example, this was one of the first maps to show Vermont as a state (admitted 1791). A note near the top printed border makes direct reference to its status: ¿This state extends Northward to the 45.th Degree of Latitude.¿ The Bowles is also one of the earliest collectible maps of New England to show town and city borders as well as the early road network of New England. In northern New England can be seen the names of owners of land grants and the ranges of their properties. Southern Maine and northern New Hampshire are called the ¿Eastern Part of Massachuests¿ on the map. An interesting inset plan of Boston and vicinity shows the military situation there just after the Battle of Bunker Hill. The plan¿s legend provides a detailed account not only of the locations of Boston¿s fortifications and gun emplacements but also their composition. ¿A battery of eight 24 Pounders on Corps Hill¿ reads one of the notes. ¿Bunkers Hill¿ appears in another. The map was based on a four-sheet work by Braddock Mead, published by Thomas Jefferys in 1755. However, the various Bowles editions of the map vary significantly enough from the Jefferys in their depiction of Vermont and New Hampshire as to suggest additional sources for the Bowles. For example, Bowles included several large lakes in these areas not found on the Jefferys. Tooley, R. V. Mapping of America, p. 70, no. 32f; cf. Benes, P. New England Prospect, pp. 15-16; McCorkle 765.1, state 4; Fite and Freeman, A Book of Old Maps, no. 60.

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        Hochzeit des belgischen Königs Leopold I.

      . Feder und Pinsel in Braun und Grau, laviert, über Bleistift, auf Bütten, verso von alter Hand bezeichnet "Marriage de S. M. le Roi Belgien celebre a Bruxelles. 17,8:31,3 cm.. Folgt man der Mode, müßte es sich um die Hochzeit mit Prinzessin Charlotte Auguste (1796-1817) von England handeln, die allerdings in Carlton House im Mai 1816 stattfand.

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        Les Liaisons dangereuses. Lettres recueillies dans une Societe, et publiees pour l'instruction de quelques autres. 2 tomes.

      Londres [d.i. Paris], o. Vlg. 1796.. 8°. 415 S. (einschl. Titelei) u. 2 Bll., 398 S. Mit 2 gest. Frontisp. und 13 Kupfertafeln (nach Monnet, Gerard und Fragonard gest. v. Baquoy, Duplessis-Bertaux, Dupreel, Godefroy, Langlois, Lemire, Lingee, Masquelier, Patas). Dekorative Lederbände der Zt. m. Titel u. Verz. in Goldpräg. auf Rü., schlichtem, goldgepr. Deckel- und Spiegelrahmen, marmor. Vorsätzen u. umseit. Farbschnitt (gebunden bei C. A. Schulze sen., Berlin). Einbde. stellenw. berieben u. fleckig, Ecken z. Tl. bestoßen, im Text sauber u. kaum abgegriffen.. Cohen-Ricci 235; Sander 356; Gay-Lem. II, 850. Die seltene und geschätzte Ausgabe des erstmals 1782 erschienenen Briefromans, der als einer der besten französischen Romane des 18. Jahrhunderts gilt. Erste Ausgabe mit den 15 großartigen Illustrationen nach Monnet (1732-1816), Melle Gerard (1770-1837) und Fragonard fils: "c'est la plus belle edition de cet ouvrage" (C.-R.). Vorliegend die Originalausgabe aus dem Jahr 1796 mit dem Titel in 8 Zeilen und nicht der unveränderte Nachdruck (reimpression contrefacon) mit demselben Jahr und übereinstimmender Kollation von 1812. Der Verlagsort und das Erscheinungsjahr sind durch zwei Striche getrennt (eine einzelne Wellenlinie ist bei der Ausgabe von 1812 zu finden). Die hübschen Kupfer in kräftigen Abdrucken. - Der Verfasser, der französische Offizier und Schriftsteller Pierre-Ambroise-Francois Choderlos de Laclos (1741-1803) wurde nach dem erfolgreichen, zugleich allerdings einen Skandal auslösenden Erscheinen des Buches auf einen wenig attraktiven Posten in La Rochelle versetzt.

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        Jeffery AMHERST ASL ìletter of recommendationî for Barrington Bradshaw (to unkonwn) UK Manusricpt 1796

      AMHERST, Jeffery (1717-1797), Montreal House, Kent UK (near Sevenoaks) 1796 - ASL contents:[Kent], July 17, 1796, and reads: . ìMr. Barrington Bradshaw who was a Captain in the second Regiment of Life Guards and who sold out of the Corps very contrary to my wishes, is at present setting out for the East Indies and has desired I would write a line in his favour. I comply with Mr. Bradshaws desire with great pleasure from the very good opinion I have of him in every respect, and from the confidence I entertain of his real merit, that he will prove himself deserving of any favour and protection you may honour him with. ì Small loss at left from removal of recipients name, toning, else VG., ASL, Amherst 1p. quarto, (22.5 cm x 18cm,) Montreal [House], docket names on reverse.Written one year before Amherst died on 3 August 1797. Barrington died in the East Indies in 1804, Amherst served as the nominal Crown Governor of Virginia from 1759-1768, though Francis Fauquier continued his role as acting governor from the previous term. During this period he also served as the first Governor General of British North America from 1760-1763. This office still exists as the Canadian monarch's representative in Canada. Amherst was raised to the peerage in 1776, as Baron Amherst of Holmesdale. During the American Revolutionary War he rejected a field command, since he had close relations with numerous personalities of the opposite side. He was promoted to Brigadier General in 1778, and became Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was replaced as Commander-in-Chief in February, 1782 by Henry Seymour Conway. Amherst again became Commander-in-Chief in 1793. He retired from that post in 1795, and was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal the following year. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Rapport fait à Sa Majesté Louis XVIII.

      Londres, 1796, - in-8, XII pages, puis paginé 9-304 (sans manque, mais erreur de chiffrage), cartonnage d'attente bleu (reliure de l'époque). Dos défraîchi, avec manques de carton.Deuxième édition, publiée la même année que l'originale (qui porte l'adresse de Constance). Il s'agit de la réponse donnée par Auget de Montyon au Tableau de l'Europe de l'abbé de Calonne, publié à Londres en 1795, et tournant autour de l'absence de constitution de la France monarchique avant la Révolution. Martin & Walter, 25097. Reliées à la suite 8 pièces sur la Révolution et le Consulat : I. [MONTGAILLARD (Jean-Gabriel-Maurice Roques de)] : Fondation de la quatrième dynastie, ou de la dynastie impériale. S.l., 18 brumaire an XIII [9 novembre 1804], 102 pp., un f. vierge. Ouvrage commandé par Napoléon, et daté symboliquement de l'anniversaire du coup d'État. II. MONTGAILLARD : Mémoire concernant la trahison de Pichegru, dans les années 3, 4 et 5, rédigé en l'an 6 par M. R. de Montgaillard, et dont l'original se trouve aux Archives du gouvernement. Paris, Imprimerie de la République, germinal an XII [mars 1804], 159 pp. Une des dernières impressions de l'Imprimerie de la République, en passe de devenir "impériale", tirée à 40.000 exemplaires et donnée sans l'aval de l'auteur et à son insu : il s'agit d'un mémoire remis en mars 1798 par Montgaillard, et contenant des lettres originales de Louis XVIII, de Condé, etc., adressées à Roberjot, alors ministre de la République à Hambourg. III. La Vérité rendue sensible à la Nation française, sur les causes et les effets de la Révolution, et sur l'administration du Premier Consul Bonaparte. Paris, chez l'auteur, Morisset et Richard, Arthus Bertrand, an 11 - 1803, 23 pp. IV. [BERGEROT] : Compte-rendu des opérations du bureau établi à Paris pour la liquidation des dettes des émigrés du département de la Seine, par le directeur de ce bureau, et observations générales sur la liquidation des dettes des émigrés, sur ses progrès, ses difficultés et sur les moyens de la terminer. [Paris], Imprimerie de Bertrand-Pottier, s.d. [vers 1804], 78 pp. Très intéressant rapport émanant de la commission consulaire de liquidation des biens des émigrés. V. LEVASSEUR : Table alphabétique du Bulletin des arrêts de la Cour de Cassation, depuis son origine en l'an VII. Matière civile. Troisième partie. Années XIII et XIV. Paris, Veuve Gueffier, 1806, [4]-52 pp. VI. POTIER DESLAURIERES (Laurent) : À Sa Majesté impériale et royale, Napoléon Ier. S.l.n.d. [1806], VIII pp. Curieux opuscule où un brave abbé prétend avoir résolu le problème de la quadrature du cercle. VII. Sénatus-consulte organique en 142 articles et 16 titres, concernant l'élection de Napoléon Bonaparte, Empereur des Français. [Paris], Bertrand-Pottier, s.d. [1804], 16 pp., texte sur deux colonnes. VIII. Comité médical de l'inoculation de la vaccine, établi à Paris. Instruction sur la vaccine. [Paris], Crouillebois, Quinquet, s.d. [février 1801], 8 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Karte von dem Oschmanischen Reiche in Europa. Nach D'Anville, Schmidt und Santini.

      Wien, Reilly, 1796.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte von Jos. Stöber, Bildausschnitt 57 x 72,5 cm.. Altantes Austriaci Rei D, XXII. Dekorative Karte des Balkans und des östlichen Mittelmeers, reicht von der Bukowina im Norden bis Kreta im Süden, von Zypern im Osten bis Malta im Westen, zeigt detailreich das Fürstentum Moldau, Besserabien, die Wallachei, Serbien, Bosnien, die Herzegowina, Albanien, Bulgarien, Mazedonien, Romanien, den griechischen Archipel sowie den Westen von Anatolien; breitrandig und gut Erhalten, mit der üblichen Mittelfalz, diese im unteren Bereich geringfügig aufgeplatzt.

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        TRATADO DE CRONOLOGÍA PARA LA HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA

      - Memorias de la Real Academia de la Historia. Tomo II. Madrid. Imp. de Sancha. 1796. 25x19 cm. 1h. + portada, + 616 págs. + 1h. de erratas. Plena piel época, nervios, 2 tejuelos, cuajado de hierros en el lomo, y cantos, guardas al agua, cortes pintados (encuadernación de Sancha) papel verjurado con grandes márgenes y excepcionalmente muy limpio. Firma anterior propietario (de la época). Comienza con la cronología de la historia Sagrada y antigua, luego la del Imperio Romano, de los Reyes Godos, la entrada de los Mahometanos, la Cronología de las Coronas de Castilla y León, desde la unión de ambas hasta la muerte de Carlos II, y sucesión de la Real Casa de Borbón. Contiene los informes de los Srs. Campománes y Dieguez. # España. Castilla [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Progress of Civil Society a Didactic Poem in Six Books

      W. Bulmer and Co, London 1796 - Collation, half title+xxiii+1+155+1pp. Bound in modern half calf, calf corners, marble boards, raised bands, gilt lines, black leather title labels. Binding in excellent condition, without any wear. Internally, pages in very good clean condition throughout. Excellent copy.A70 Size: Quarto

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