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        COSTITUZIONE DELLA REPUBBLICA CISALPINA ANNO V DELLA REPUBBLICA FRANCESE 1797 (Unito a) COSTITUZIONE DELLA REPUBBLICA CISALPINA DELL?ANNO VI REPUBBLICANO (Unito a) COSTITUZIONE.... MONARCHIA SPAGUOLA...

      In 16 p. (mm. 170x95), 3 testi in 1 vol., mz. pelle coeva, filetti e tit. oro su tassello al dorso. - La "Costituzione" della Repubblica Cisalpina, proclamata da Bonaparte (Generale in Capo dell?Armata d?Italia) il 29 giugno 1797, è di pp. 67. - La "Costituzione" dell?anno VI, di pp. 68,(2), contiene delle modifiche rispetto alla Costituzione del 1797. - La "Costituzione politica della Monarchia Spagnuola", di pp. 93, fu promulgata da Ferdinando VII in Cadice il 19 marzo 1812. Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Autograph letter signed to Dr. Girdlestone concerning the founding of the "Pneumatic Institution."

      1797. No Dust Jacket. Beddoes, Thomas (1760-1808). A.L.s. to Dr. [Thomas G.] Girdlestone (1758-1822). Bradford, July 25, [1797 (from postmark)]. 3pp. plus integral cover. 252 x 196 mm. Creased along original folds, light soiling on cover, lacunae repaired along folds and where seal was broken, with loss of one letter. Very good. Beddoes' letter touches on the medicinal properties of nitric acid and discusses his famous Pneumatic Institution for the treatment of disease by inhalation of various gases, which began operation the following year (1798). The letter begins as follows: "I was extremely gratified with your Yarmouth case, which I carefully returned to Dr. Babington. I trust it is designed for publication. I shall be curious to learn the sequel. In your last letter you speak of the beneficial effects of nitric acid. I have had some most important communications on the subject which I am going to print, & should be happy to receive a paper from you. . . ." Later in the letter Beddoes refers to his "scheme" for the Pneumatic Institution. He thanks Dr. Girdlestone and a Dr. Lubbock "for the authority of your names more than for your contributions. Depend upon it the scheme will be executed soon, barring any great public disaster. I have got a committee of great respectability-What I want is a superintendent, who ought to have several uncommon qualifications. That point being secured, the next step will be to circulate an outline for the suggestions of philosophers & physicians." Even though Beddoes does not mention the Pneumatic Institution by name here, it is highly improbable that the above paragraph refers to anything else. The "superintendent of uncommon qualifications" that Beddoes ended up hiring was the nineteen-year-old Humphry Davy, who first made his name as a scientist through his investigations, performed in the Pneumatic Institution's laboratory, of the physiological properties of nitrous oxide gas. In a postscript, Beddoes once again returns to the subject of nitric acid: "Could not you who have attended so much to Hepatitis give me something important on the efficacy of nitric acid in liver complaints?" Beddoes' correspondent, Dr. Thomas Girdlestone, was a Yarmouth physician who had served in India; he was the author of Essays on the Hepatitis and Spasmodic Affections in India (1787) and several other works. Hirsch.

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        A Complete System of Pleading: Comprehending the Most Approved Precedents and Forms of Practice; Chiefly Consisting of Such As Have Never Before Been Printed [etc.]. Ten Volumes [complete]

      A work highly praised by Holdsworth, who terms it "a great collection [and] [b]y far the most elaborate book of this kind", in some cases naming the counsel responsible for drafting the pleadings, and providing their accompanying advice or opinion. Contemporary 3/4 calf over marbled boards, quite worn, some boards detached, occasional staining, generally a clean working set only. Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London, 1797-99.

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        Dissertatio de canalibus et catarractis in Svecia generatim, speciatim vero Strömshomensibus. + Afhandling om Strömsholms canal och slusswärk.

      Uppsala, Joh. Edman, [1797]/Uppsala, Joh. Edman, 1797. Två arbeten i en volym, Titelsida + (4) + 8 + Graverad titelsida + 36 . + (4) s. + 1 utvikbar tabell + 1 utvikbar graverad och delvis kolorerad karta. Modernt marmorerat pappband med röd titeletikett. 25 X 19,5 cm. Kartans storlek: 25 X 147,5 cm. Kartan i mycket gott skick. Fuktfläckad i övre marginalen. Några smärre fläckar i texten. Mycket breda marginaler.. Detta exemplar innehåller således både den latinska och svenska texten

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        Hvad er oplysning?

      Paul Herman Höecke, Kiøbenhavn, 1797. 14 sider. Indbunden i nyere kart. med skindtitelfelt på forpermen. Det originale foromslag er medindbunden. Omslaget lidt nusset, men øvrige sider utrolig pæne.. Bibl.Dan. 5, 187. The first danish translation of one of Immanuel Kant´s famous books " Was ist Aufklärung?" (1784). (Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        Metaphysische Anfangsgründe der Rechtslehre.

      Königsberg, 1797. 8vo. Cont. half calf with richly gilt back. Some wear to capitals and corners, some internal brownspotting, but overall a nice copy. Old owner's name to inside of front board. XII, 235, (1, -errata) pp. (being numbered as thus:XII, LII, (2) pp., pp. 56-235 + p. of errata).. The first edition of Kant's influential philosophy of law (or right), his "Rechtslehre", which appeared as the independent first part of his "Metaphysik der Sitten". Kant's "Rechtslehre" is explained as a system of the principles of law, in which Kant applies the foundational notions developed in, for instance - and most notably, his "Critique of Pure Reason".In this important work, Kant seeks the general and necessary principles of law/right, those that are given through the pure reason a priori, and he determines the degree to which these principles found the empirical praxis of law/right. After having determined the general principles, he discusses their application to private law as well as institutional law. The work thus continues to be of great importance to the philosophy of law.The present copy has both the colophon on the second-last page and the errata on the last page, both of which are sometimes lacking, as explained by Warda (note 18). Warda 171

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        Narcisse dans l'Isle de Venus, Poëme en IV Chants. [Part 2:] Barthélemy IMBERT (1747-1790). Le Jugement de Pâris, Poëme en IV Chants

      chez Chaignieau aine Paris: chez Chaignieau aîné, 1797. 18mo (150 x 85 mm). 205, [1 blank], [2] pp. Half-titles, two engraved titles, after Charles Eisen (Narcisse) and Moreau (Jugement), and 8 engraved plates, four in part 1 after Gabriel Jacques de St. Aubin, and four in part 2 after Moreau, most engraved by L. Duval. 2-page publisher’s catalogue at end. Printed on wove paper. Contemporary straight-grained dark green morocco gilt, sides with double fillet panel and leafy vine border built up from repeated tools, quatrefoil tools at corners, spine in six faux compartments each stamped with a block of ivy leaves on a dense pointillé ground, gilt edges, board edges and turn-ins gilt, fuchsia endleaves, by Doll, with his gold-tooled signature at foot of spine. PROVENANCE: Amédée Rigaud (1819-1874), circular bookplate, black paper gilt with leafy initial R, motto “bona fide sine fraude,” paper shelfmark label headed “Paris”; Sir David Lionel Salomons (1851-1925), bookplate*** A flawless copy of this illustrated edition of Narcisse, the masterpiece of the short-lived, gentle poet and Latinist whose profound knowledge of Virgil contributed to the “gift of imagery, sense of rhythm, and limpidity of style” for which he was later celebrated (Grente). This edition contains reduced reverse copies of the engravings of the first edition, published posthumously in 1769. With it is bound another neoclassical exercise, the most successful work of the Nîmois poet Imbert, illustrated with reduced copies of the plates from the first edition (1772). F. Doll, active ca. 1796/98 to after 1830, was reputed to be Napoleon’s favorite binder. The binding probably dates to his early career, when he was still strongly influenced by Bozérian jeune, with whom he is thought to have apprenticed. The finishing recalls Bozérian, particularly the “mille-points” spine decoration, rendered here by means of block stamps rather than individual tools. Fine copy from the collections of two distinguished bibliophiles. Cohen-de Ricci 672 and 507. Cf. Ramsden, French Bookbinders 1789-1848, pp. 72-73.

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        "Carte De l'Europe Dediée A Son Altesse Royale Monseigneur Charles Louis Archiduc D'Austriche, Prince Royal De Hongrie, Et De Bohéme...1797 Joannes Bergen scripsit"

      Outline-coloured engraving in four sheets originally laid down on linen. Each sheet divided in 25 parts intended to be folded. Total dimension if joined 203x225cm. Contained in the original box of boards covered with marbled paper and gilt title. Wien 1797 One of the largest wall maps made in the 18th Century. Extending from The Atlantic and Iceland in the west to East-Russia and from The Mediterranean and North Africa in the south to The Barent's Sea and Nowaja Zemijla. With explanatory text along the left hand-side and at the bottom left and right. The title cartouche has a dedication to Herzog Karl von Österreich, Herzog von Teschen and the date 1797

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        Théorie des fonctions analytiques, contenant les principes du calcul différentiel, dégagés de toute considération d'infiniment petits ou d'évanouissans, de limites ou de fluxions et réduits à l'analyse algébrique des quantités finies.Paris: Imprimerie de la République, Prairial An V [1797]. True first edition (see below).

      Presentation copy of this foundation work on the differential and integral calculus. Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 16.<br/><br/> "The year 1797 ... saw the appearance of the famous work of Lagrange, <i>Théorie des fonctions analytique, ... </i>This book developed with care and completeness the characteristic definition and method in terms of 'fonctions derives,' based upon Taylor's series, which Lagrange had proposed in 1772. In it the author gave not only an attempted proof of the incorrect theorem that every continuous function may be so expanded, but also the determination of the 'fonctions derives' (or derivatives) of the elementary functions, and numerous applications to geometry and mechanics ... Lagrange's <i>Théorie des fonctions</i> was only one, but by far the most important, of many attempts made about this time to furnish the calculus with a basis which would logically modify or supplant those given in terms of limits and infinitesimals." (Cajori, The Concepts of the Calculus, p.261-63). <br/><br/> Norman mentions that there are "two versions of this work, both published in the same year (no priority established). Version A, with 276 numbered pages, forms Vol. III of the ninth cashier of the <i>Journal de 'École Polytechnique</i>; Version B, with 277 numbered pages, is a separate publication." Craig G. Fraser, however, has pointed out that the journal publication (Version A) was printed in 1801 and not 1797 (see Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, p.258). <br/><br/> Norman 1258 (with a similar presentation and stamp, sold for $11,500 in 1998); Barchas 1198; Honeyman 1881; Stanitz 250.. 4to: 248 x 192 mm. Pp [4] [i] ii-viii, [1] 2-277 [3] (complete). Contemporary calf with raised bands and richly gilt spine, some wear to upper capital, corners lightly bumped, otherwise fine. Provenance: Inscribed "Au Cm. Maffre de la part / du Conseil de l'Ecole Polytechnique / L." (Jean-François Maffre taught at the École on bridge construction). End-papers and paste-downs heavely browned and spotted, half-title and title with only faint browning, and in general a clean copy

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        A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education

      in Boarding Schools, First Edition, half title, engraved frontispiece, 128pp 4to, new half morocco old style, traces of old library marks on verso of title but a good copy, rare, Derby, Johnson, 1797. "Erasmus Darwin [father of Charles Darwin] held that the sciences were not only for boys but should be extended to girls are part of their regular education in school. In Female Education [written to aid two of his own daughters in the establishment of a school] he advocates a curriculum covering grammar, languages, arithmetic, geography, civil and natural history, arts and sciences; for example botany, an outline of chemistry "a sketch of mineralogy" which should refer not only to precious stones but also to mining and the composition of soils, a necessary foundation for the theory and practice of agriculture. The girls should also be introduced to astronomy, mechanics, hydrostatics and optics; while "electricity and magnetism" should be acquired by attending lectures in experimental philosophy given by "itinerant philosophers" - the travelling lecturer being a feature of the age..." -Simon, I, 52ff. Simon also praises Darwin for the early emphasis he placed on the all round moral, cultural, aesthetic and physical development of the child. He also gives tribute to Darwin's insights into the ways in which physical circumstances affect mental development. The present book, furthermore, is full of fascinating detail about how a school could be run practically in the late eighteenth-century, with a good deal of attention given to the need for exercise, fresh air, effective ventilation, healthy clothing, diet &c., &c. Photograph available on request.

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        Encyclopaedia Britannica; or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts Are digested into the Form of Distinct Treatises or Systems, comprehending The History, Theory, and Practise of each, according to the Latest Discoveries and Improvements; And full Explanations given of the Various Detached Parts of Knowledge, whether relating to Natural and Artificial Objects, or to Matters Ecclesiastical, Civil, Military, Commercial, &c. Including Elucidations of the most important Topics relative to Religion, Morals, Manners, and the Oeconomy of Life: Together with A Description of all the Countries, Cities, principal Mountains, Seas, Rivers, &c. throughout the World; A General History, Ancient and Modern, of the different Empires, Kingdoms, and States; And An Account of the Lives of the most Eminent Persons in every Nation, from the earliest ages down to the present times. The Third Edition, in eighteen volumes, greatly improved. 18 vols. + Supplement to the Third Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica... In two Volumes. Illustrated with Fifty Copperplates. 2 vols. + 2 plate vols. [In all 22 volumes].

      Edinburgh, Printed for A Bell and C. Macfarquhar, 1797 + John Brown, 1801. 4to. Bound in 22 uniform cont. halfcalf w. gilt title and tome as well as double gilt line-ornamentations to backs. Double gilt line-borders to boards. Some corners bumped, some capitals worn, hinges of ab. 6 volumes weak, some starting to split. Bords of plate-volumes loose. Internally a very nice, clean and fresh set, w. only mild scattered brownspotting in a few volumes. All in all a good copy. Engraved frontispiece in volume one. In all ab. 16.200 pp., and 592 full-page engraved plates (being all 542 plates for the 18 volumes, and 50 plates for the supplemant-volumes. Plates 58 and 59 are not present, but they were presumably never made. As is explained on plate 57, there are two plates called plate 2, and one of these constitutes that which would have been plate 58; the same applies for plate 59, which is constituted in the second of the two plates that are called plate 7).. The scarce third edition of the seminal Encyclopaedia Britannica, being the first edition that constitutes what we understand by the Encyclopaedia today, since the two previous editions contained merely three and ten volumes respectively and only contained articles, often of dubious scholarship, by one author. The present edition is that which caused the wide attention which befell the Encyclopaedia Britannica and the edition which bestowed upon it the popular and critical reputation for general excellence that it still holds to this day. The present edition contains numerous important articles and original contributions by important scholars, philosophers, writers, and scientists; probably most noteworthy among the scientific contributions are those by Thomas Thomson, who, in the present original articles, introduces the use of symbols into chemistry.The Encyclopaedia Britannica was first published in three volumes between 1768 and 1771 in Edinburgh. The first edition was compiled by the editor William Smellie alone, whereas the third edition was written by numerous authorities of great reputation.The second edition was begun in 1776 and was published in numbers, the first issued in 1777, and the last in 1784, forming in all 10 volumes, dated 1778 ill 1783, and containing 8.595 pages and 340 plates.The third edition is the first edition to include contributions from various learned authorities, and it is the first time that it appears as the Encyclopaedia Britannica that we know today. It was meant to be a conservative counterpart to the French Encyclopédie by Diderot and d'Alembert (first volume printed in 1751), and it was written in opposition to the anarchy and atheism of that.THE THIRD EDITION. - After about a year's preparation, the third edition was announced in 1787... It was completed in 1797 in 18 vols. 4to, containing 14,579 pages and 542 plates. Among the multifarious articles represented in the frontispiece, which was required by the traditional fashion of the period, is a balloon. The maps are, as in subsequent editions, distributed among the articlesrelating to the respective countries. It was edited by Colin Macfarquhar as far as the article Mysteries, when he died, in 1793, in his 48th year, worn out, says Constable, by fatigue and anxiety of mind. His children's trustees and Andrew Bell requested George Gleig of Stirling (...), who had written about 12 articles, to edit the rest of the work. According to Kerr (Smellie's Life, i. 364-365), 10,000 copies were printed, and the profit to the proprietors was £ 42,000 besides the payments for their respective work as tradesmen in the conduct of the publication -Bell as engraver of all the plates, and Macfarquhar as sole printer. According to Constable, the impression was begun at 5,000 copies, and concluded with a sale of 13,000. James Hunter... When the edition was completed, the copyright and remaining books were sold in order to wind up the concern, and the whole was purchased by Bell, who gave £13 a copy, sold all the complete copies to the trade, printed up the odd volumes, and thus kept the work in the market for several years.'' (Encyclopaedia Britannica, Fourteenth Edition, 1929).In 1801 the supplement of the third edition appeared, in two volumes. This supplement is also of the utmost importance. The supplement of the third edition, printed for Thomson Bonar, and edited by Gleig, was published in 1801 in 2 vols., containing 1,624 pages and 50 copperplates engraved by D. Lizars. In the dedication to the King, dated Stirling, Dec. 10, 1800, Dr. Gleig says: The French Encyclopédie had been accused, and justly accused, of having disseminated far and wide the seeds of anarchy and atheism. If the Encyclopaedia Britannica shall in any degree counteract the tendency of that pestiferious work, even these two volumes will not be wholly unworthy of your Majesty's attention. Dr. Thomas Thomson wrote Chemistry, Mineralogy and other articles, in which the use of symbols was for the first time introduced into chemistry; and these articles formed the first outline of his System of Chemistry. (Encyclopaedia Britannica, Fourteenth Edition, 1929).It must be considered superfluous to emphasise the importance and influence of the present edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica

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        Neue eröffnete Geheimnisse magischer Kunststücke zum gesellschaftlich-ergözenden Zeitvertreib, wodurch zugleich der sinnliche Betrug aus verschiedenen Dingen und Mitteln wahrzusagen entdecket und mit einigen wahren Geschichten erläutert wird. Nebst einer Kupfertafel.

      Gefaltetes Frontispiz, VIII, 268 S., 5 Tabellen, 2 S. Anzeigen. Pappband der Zeit mit Papierrückenschild. Über KVK nur in der Leopold-Sophien-Bibliothek in Überlingen nachgewiesen. - Einband berieben. Kanten bestossen. Vorsatz und erste Bl. fleckig. Ca. 20 Bl. mit kleinem Eckausriss, ohne Textverlust.

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        Guida de' forestieri, curiosi di vedere, e d'intendere le cose piu notabili della regal citta' di napoli, e del suo amenissimo distretto. ritrovata colla lettura de' buoni scrittori, e colla propria diligenza... in questa nuova edizione dall'autore molto ampliata, e da antonio bulifon di vaghe figure abbellita... in napoli, presso giuseppe roselli, 1797.

      Cm. 15, pp. (24) 399 (33). Antiporta figurata, una bella veduta della città più volte ripiegata e 51 tavole fuori testo. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare fresco ed in perfetto stato di conservazione. Celebre guida della capitale partenopea, non comune a trovarsi completa ed in ottimo stato di conservazione come il presente esemplare. Le bibliografie consultate la censiscono con variabile numero di tavole (prevalentemente 48-50), la presenta ne possiede il maggior numero mai contate.

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        THE FABLES of Mr. John Gay. Complete in two parts?.. With cuts by T. Bewicke, of Newcastle.

      vi, [1], 252 pages. Frontispiece and 67 wood-engravings, plus 42 tail-pieces, including repeats. Recently rebound in quarter calf gilt over marbled boards with vellum tips. 18mo. Small piece lost from one blank margin; else a handsome copy of this edition, the first by this publisher and the first to include an additional three vignettes by Bewick, originally engraved for the T. Saint, Select Fables of 1784. This title was first published in 1779. Tattersfield TB2. 166.

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        MOTHER SHIPTON'S LEGACY. Or, A Favourite Fortune-Book, in which is given, a pleasing interpretation of Dreams: and a Collection of Prophetic Verses, Moral and Entertaining.

      [5]6-95[1]pp. Illustrated with fifty-four woodcuts, illustrating two complete alphabets, of which probably 25% are by Thomas Bewick or from his workshop. Recently bound in 18th century Dutch floral paper-covered boards. Lacks the original first blank leaf, one leaf cropped with loss of running title; else an excellent copy of this rare juvenile.The means of discovering ones fortune and the answer to a question is by pricking pages that contain a table with a pin. This no doubt accounts for the rarity of this little book which would not have survived for long if constantly punctured. This copy appears never to have been used.ESTC lists five copies only; British Library, the University of California; the University of Wisconsin and two at the Pierpont Morgan Library. Not in Osborne, Oppenheimer or Gumuchian.

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        History of British Birds. Vol. 1-2. History and Description of 1: Land Birds [written by Ralph Beilby] and 2: Water Birds [written by Thomas Bewick].

      2nd and 1st edition. With wood-engravings by Thomas Bewick. Newcastle 1797 [i.e. 1798] and 1804. "Thick Royal". Contemporary full calf, all edges gilt. XXX + 336 + XX + 400 pages. Signs of use, corners and edges slightly bumbed, hinges weak. Some foxing.. Roscoe 15 C and 17b, Variant A.Vignette in volume 1, page 285 inked over

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        History of British Birds. The Figures Engraved on wood by... The History and Description of Land Birds. ...Water Birds.

      Newcastle: Printed by Sol. Hogson, for Beilby & Bewick [&] Printed by Edward Walker, for T. Bewick, 1797 [but 1798], 1804.. Two volumes, imperial 8vo, second edition of "Land Birds" and first edition of "Water Birds". 445 wood engraved illustrations. Uncut in 20th century half roan, buckram sides, an excellent set. Roscoe 15a and 17a, variant C. The vignette at p285 in volume I has not been censored. Very scarce - Roscoe gives the number of copies printed of the imperial 8vo edition as 207 for volume I and 231 for volume II.

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