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        Läsning i blandade ämnen [Reading on miscellaneous subjects]. N:o 1-50. Första-femte årgången.

      1797 - Stockholm, H. A. respektive A. J. Nordström, 1797-1801. 8:o. (4),102 + (2),182 + (2),107 + (2),157,(1) + (2),176,(4) + (4),138,(2) + (2),205,(1) pp. & 1 folded printed table + (2),188 + (2),190 + (2),89,(4) + (4),135,(1) + (2),116,(1) + (2),157 + (2),120 + (2),151,(1 blank,10) pp. & 1 folded engraved map + (2),215 pp. & 1 folded printed table + (2),131,(5) + (4),207 + (2),183,(1) pp. & 1 folded printed table + (2),218 + (2),144,(4) + (6),449,(1) pp. & 2 folded printed tables & 3 folded engraved plates. Uncut and partly unopened in 22 parts in contemporary grey paper wrappers. Numbering on all spines except on issues 44-50 of the last volume. Occasional ink stains and some foxing. Partly with frayed edges and a few dogears. Dampstain at bottom of first part. Crushed insect in upper margin on p. 147 in issues 27-28. The fifth volume, which is supplied from elsewhere, with signature on title. A nice complete suite. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 330 b. First edition of all issues, which is uncommon. The journal was preceded by Adlersparre's "Läsning för landtmän" 1795-96. The content is a mixture of literature, agriculture, law, philosophy and politics. Apart from the many contributions by Swedish authors, "Läsning i blandade ämnen" also contain texts by Kant, Gibbon, De Lolme and not least Adam Smith, who was introduced to the Swedish readers through nine translated articles. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China. Including Cursory Observations made, and Information obtained, in travelling through that Ancient Empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary.

      Printed by W. Bulmer & Co. for G. Nicol. London. 1797. FIRST EDITION. Two Volumes. 4to.(11.6 x 9.2 inches). Lacking the Atlas volume but these two text volume complete, with engraved Portrait frontispieces (Emperor Tchien Lung in volume I and Earl Macartney in volume II), 1 full page plate and 26 fine vignette illustrations throughout the text. Very good, clean, wide-margined copies in early twentieth century leather bindings by Bayntun of Bath. Half brown morocco. Spines with raised bands, ruled in blind and gilt. Title, volume numbers and date, in gilt. Marbled boards. Edges just a little rubbed but overall this is a very bright and neat set. ---- Lacking the atlas volume that was issued to accompany this title, the text volumes are complete and solidly bound.

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        Aventuras de Gil Blas de Santillana . Robadas a España y adoptadas en Francia por Monsieur Le Sage ; restituidas a su patria y a su lengua nativa por un español zeloso que no sufre se burlen de su nacion

      1797 - y "adición a las aventuras de . o Historia galante del joven siciliano que suena traducida. la ha convertido en española el mismo viejo ocioso que restituyo las aventuras.". En Madrid, en la imprenta de la viuda e hijo de Marin. Año de MDCCXCVII (1797). 7 volúmenes en 4º, encuadernación holandesa de época, lomo liso con título y dorados. 17h., 135 p. 6 hojas grabados; 2., 283p. 5 h. grabados; 2 h. 287 p., 4 h. grabados; 2 h. 328 p. 5 h. grabados; 2 h. 244 p. 5 h.grabdos; 3 h., 212 p., 4 h. grabados; 2 h. 188 p. 4h. grabados. Un español zeloso es seudónimo de José Francisco de Isla. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States.

      1797 - Published Under Adams's Supervision Adams, John [1735-1826]. A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America, Against the Attack of M. Turgot in His Letter to Dr. Price, Dated the Twenty-Second Day of March, 1778. Philadelphia: Printed by Budd and Bartram, for William Corbett, 1797. Three volumes. 6, xxxiii, [2], 4-392; [iv], 451; [ii] 528, [36] pp. Volume I has six-page subscriber list; copperplate portrait frontispiece not present (see note at end of annotation below). Volume II has half-title, it lacks the blank front endleaf. Final two leaves of Volume III bound in reverse order. Octavo (8" x 5"). Contemporary tree sheep, carefully rebacked retaining spines with lettering pieces and gilt fillets, hinges mended. Light rubbing and a few shallow scuffs and nicks to boards, moderate rubbing to spines and extremities with some wear to corners and spine ends. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to some leaves. A notably handsome copy. * Third, final and best edition, the last one published under Adams's supervision. He wrote this fundamental contribution to American political theory when he was the American ambassador at the Court of St. James. First published in London, the Defence was a profound influence on the delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the framers of several post-Revolutionary state constitutions. It also did much to familiarize Europeans with the novel political events taking place in America. Adams intended the Defence to be a one-volume work. He added two more volumes in 1787 and 1788 to offer more examples and address issues raised by critics. The first volume, reprinted from the London edition, was reprinted in New York and Philadelphia in 1787 and Boston in 1788. An abridged two-volume French translation was published in Paris in 1792. The third edition, a corrected reprint of the second and final London edition, 1794, was the only complete three-volume text published in the United States. Many copies have a copperplate portrait frontispiece of Adams in Volume I. But not all. We have seen several copies without one. Also, Cohen's collation does not call for one, though he notes a frontispiece in the London edition of 1794. Close inspection of our copy gives no indication of a now-lost frontispiece, such as o [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1800 Bible KJV - Isaiah Thomas - Worcester

      Hardcover. Good. United States of Columbia Bible. Early issue of Thomas's famous duodecimo "Standing Edition," following the first of 1797. Originated as :Common School Bible.

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        THE AMERICAN ACCOMPTANT; BEING A PLAIN, PRACTICAL AND SYSTEMATIC COMPENDIUM OF FEDERAL ARITHMETIC; IN THREE PARTS: DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS, AND SPECIALLY CALCULATED FOR THE COMMERCIAL MERIDIAN OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

      Lansingburgh: Printed by William W. Wands, 1797. 12mo, contemporary full brown calf; spine ruled in gilt; black morocco spine label, gilt. Frontispiece engraving of coins in current usage in the U.S. by A. Reed; 297, (15) pages. Marginal wear to frontispiece, with recto carefully repaired and reinforced with tissue, into which has been left a window through which is revealed an original ownership inscription. Minimal browning. Detailed early ownership inscriptions. Joints weak, but holding; moderate staining to covers. Very good. This early American accounting and bookkeeping manual contains what is generally believed to be the first appearance in print of the dollar sign ($). It also includes, as a frontispiece, an engraving depicting a 1795 U.S. eagle, which Eric Newman has called "the earliest known illustration of a United States coin." Also included on the engraving are the Spanish pistole, French "guinea," British guinea, and Portuguese Johannes and half moidore. The book consists of a series of practical lessons for clerks. The dollar sign, which appears on page 56 for the first time and then throughout the volume, is a typographical approximation based upon the handwritten dollar sign used by some during the period. It resembles our own, but also differs from it. Much as a typographical ampersand is much more stylized than most of our handwritten ampersands, this initial attempt at a dollar sign in type is less a strict representation of the handwritten sign than an attempt to establish a similar sign for more formal treatment in type. A very scarce volume, of exceptionally high importance, with at least one copy bringing over $3000 at a K&F auction. For a fascinating, if at times controversial, overview of the history of the dollar sign, see Eric P. Newman's "The Dollar $ign: Its Written and Printed Origin" in America's Silver Dollars (New York: ANS, 1995). Evans 32366: "It is claimed that this work was the first to use the dollar mark, $." Howes L196 (aa): "First book to adopt the dollar sign.".

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        Magna Britannia Et Hibernia Secundum Kitchen et Dorret recens descripta et edita a Ioanne Walchio, Aug. Vind. - Karte von Großbritannien und Irland Nach Kitchen und Dorret neu entworfen und herausgegeben von J. Walch in Augsburg. 1797.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Thomas Kitchin & James Dorret b. Johann Walch in Augsburg, dat. 1797, 48,2 x 57,8 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 343. - Johannes Walch, 1757-1824. Cartographer and map publisher of Augsburg, son-in-law of Johann Martin Will whom he succeeded in 1806. .); Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck u. Verlagswesen, S. 1303 (Johann Walch). - Zeigt Gesamt-Großbritannien u. Irland. - Oben rechts zweisprachige Titelkartusche; unten außerhalb des Kartenrandes 5 Meilenzeiger. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck.

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        Hesiodou tou Askraiou ta Euriskomena. Hesiodi Ascraei Opera omnia (unito) Esiodo Ascreo trasportato in versi italiani da Giuseppe M. Pagnini

      Ex Regio Parmensi Typographio, Dalla Reale Tipografia Parmense 1797 4to (cm. 30,7), 2 cc.nn., 16 - 110 pp., 104 pp. Testo in lingua greca e, a seguire, traduzione italiana. (Segue in altro volume) Hesiodi Ascraei Opera omnia latinis versibus expressa atque illustrata a Bernardo Zamagna ragusino, ibidem 1797, 2 cc.nn., 279 pp. Testo in lingua latina. Medaglione con profilo del Poeta ai tre frontis. Legature â??800 in piena tela con titoli in oro al ds. e cornici impresse in nero ai piatti (lievi tracce dâ??uso). Ottimi interni assai freschi ed in barbe, parzialmente a fogli chiusi. Rara edizione bodoniana distinta in tre parti dellâ??opera del grande poeta greco. Brooks, 689 - 690.

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        Sentenza contro gli Avvocato Gioachino Testa e medico Gio Secondo Berutti. L'avvocato Testa . erigersi un Comitato di Forza armata . per fare resistenza alla forza pubblica. esigere contribuzioni con animo di .sovvertire la forma di governo Berruti.essersi lui fatto lecito di leggersi un lungo scritto . con massime sediziose in odio della Monarchia concitando il popolo ad armarsi e . alla formazione di questa citta' in Repubblica

      Nella stamperia Pila, Asti 1797 - Manifesto cm. 33 x 42 con stemma xil. Importante e rara sentenza relativa alla repressione avvenuta a seguito della Repubblica astese, tentivo rivoluzionario avvenuito il 22 luglio 1797 e che porto' alla proclamazione della Repubblica il 28 luglio. Due giorni dopo venne spazzata via dall'intervento del Marchese Mazzetti di Frinco a capo di 150 contadini. Questa fu la seconda sentenza eseguita delle otto che colpirono una quindicina di cittadini astigiani e riguarda due tra i promotori della rivolta. L'avvocato Testa fece parte del comitato di forza armata, mentre Berruti vide, prima di se, essere fucilato anche il fratello. ITA

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        Pescagioni del Conte della Torre Cesare Gaetani de' Marchesi di Sortino, Diputato ai Regj Studj, Custode del Fonte d'Aretusa, e suoi Agricoltori, Pastori e Pescatori Aretusini.

      - Siracusa, Stamperia Vescovile, e Senatoria di D. Francesco Maria Pulejo, 1797. Con Approvazione. In 8vo, 1 c.b., front. privo di qualsiasi marca o fregio editoriale (quasi si trattasse di un ante litteram), segue pagina di dedica a "Maria di Uomo e di Dio Vergine Madre. A Te Stella del Mare Mattutina queste Mie Pescagioni Ossequiosamente Offro e Consagro. Preghiera al Glorioso Martire S. Agapeno", p. XVI (con la suddetta dedica, la Prefazione e l'Indice degli Idilli), 336 (che iniziano con l'Idillio I, "La Pesca Secca", all'interno del quale si trova l'unica carta del volume (con bella filigrana ma non identificata), incisa in rame in b/n e più volte ripiegata, dedicata alla Grandezza del Cavalier Pierantonio Gaetani, con la pianta della tonnara di Fontanebianche e dieci voci in didascalia, 1 c. b., leg. orig. in carta decorata ai piatti (tipo remondiniano). Cesare Gaetani, conte della Torre (Siracusa, 1718 – 1805), compì gli studi nel Collegio dei Gesuiti a Palermo, coltivando gli studi sacri, la poesia, le lettere e la storia della patria. Fu uomo cortese con tutti, anche con quelli di umili condizioni. Già nel 1748 diede alla luce un volume, col titolo "Dissertazione sull'origine apostolica della Chiesa Siracusana". Ricco di amor patrio, studiava edifici, iscrizioni greche, vasi, lucerne e altri oggetti antichi. I letterati e i viaggiatori stranieri si rivolgevano a lui per la visita dei monumenti e si tenevano con lui in corrispondenza, come si sa da un grosso zibaldone contenente le lettere indirizzategli dallo Swinburn, dal conte di Borch, dal Torremuzza, dal Villabianca, dallo Schiavo, dall'Amico, da Hamilton, da Francesco Danieli, da Pietro Napoli Signorelli, dai quali documenti si evince pure che per tutto il suo impegno egli riscosse sempre molti elogi.Fin da giovane fece parte dell'Accademia Aretusea, fondata nel 1753, della quale fu attivo custode. Nel 1758, pubblicò in versi italiani le "Odi" di Anacreonte, e nel 1776 tradusse Teocrito, sempre in rime. Nel 1768, in seguito alla soppressione dei gesuiti, fu nominato direttore delle scuole, del collegio e del convitto dei nobili giovanetti, nonché custode della ricca libreria, che per ordine superiore, fu poi trasportata a Catania. Egli riuscì a salvare qualche volume, che insieme con tutti i suoi libri donò in seguito alla biblioteca del vescovo Alagona. Avendo fatto studiare ai suoi alunni il "De Officiis" di Cicerone, concepì il disegno di un poema didascalico, intitolato "I doveri dell'uomo", che diede alle stampe nel 1790.Dal 1749 fino quasi alla fine del secolo, compose molti drammi sacri, che, musicati, vennero rappresentati per la festa annuale di S. Lucia, per la Madonna dei Poveri e in altre religiosità;tradusse in versi italiani l'omelia di Natale di S. Leone Magno; pubblicò, sempre in versi italiani, seguendo il testo ebraico, una bella parafrasi del salmo novantasette. Per incarico del Senato e con l'aiuto di Tommaso Gargallo, mise ordine alle vecchie pergamene che si conservavano nel palazzo comunale; tale fatica gli fu di stimolo per compilare gli "Annali di Siracusa", in tre volumi, che cominciano dal 1080, quando vennero in Sicilia i re normanni, e terminano nel 1800; questi suoi annali sono rimasti manoscritti e si custodiscono nella Biblioteca Arcivescovile Alagoniana (diede alle stampe un solo capitolo, che riguarda il periodo della Camera Reginale). Fu l'abate Giuseppe Capodieci, che frequentava la casa del Gaetani, che prese l'idea e ampliandola fu lui a scrivere, in grossi volumi, gli "Annali di Siracusa", dalla fondazione della città all'anno 1810. Tutti gli anni, durante il periodo della pesca, il Gaetani si recava nella sua tonnara di Fontane Bianche, trascorrendo il tempo coi suoi libri, con la ciurma marinaresca e coi pochi amici che andavano a visitarlo. Là preparò "Le Pescagioni", questo libro contenente 25 idilli, che diede alle stampe nel 1797, e che fu molto lodato dai letterati del tempo. Altri 17 idilli rimasero inediti.La Fonte Ar

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        [In Greek]: HESIODOU TOU ASKRAIOU TA HEURISKOMENA. HESIODI ASCRAEI OPERA OMNIA. ESIODO ASCREO

      [Parma]: Ex Regio Parmesnsi Typographio, 1797. n. This new edition of Bodoni's acclaimed 1785 printing of Hesiod is augmented with an Italian translation praised by Brunet for its beauty. Hesiod is, with Homer, one of the earliest of Greek poets, having lived ca. 700 B.C. Whereas Homer composes for the nobility, Hesiod, a shepherd and farmer, reflects the life of the lowly in his main extant work, "Works and Days." This famous piece contains four parts that lay out ethical, political, and economical rules in connection with agriculture, commerce, navigation, choosing a wife, and educating one's children, often featuring disarmingly practical directives. In the second part, on the practical operation of a farm, there is a significant section devoted to viticulture and wine making. His "Birth of the Gods," the other major work in the present volume, concerns the mythical origins of the gods and heroes; it tells of the war between the Titans and the Olympic gods, gives the stories of Pandora and Prometheus, and examines the four ages of man (Golden, Silver, Bronze, and Iron). Our volume concludes with a short piece, ascribed with some doubt to Hesiod, entitled "The Shield of Hercules." All three works appear in Greek, Latin, and Italian, with commentary in Latin. The Carmelite scholar Giuseppe Maria Pagnini (1737-1814) translated a number of works into Italian for Bodoni from Greek, Latin, French, and English. Greek was his specialty (he held the chair at the University of Pisa in that subject), and he was responsible for Bodoni's Italian versions of Anacreon, Theocritus, Epictetus, and Callimachus, in addition to the present work. Giambattista Bodoni (1740-1813) worked for more than 20 years at the Royal press in Parma before obtaining permission to set up his own private press in 1791. Brooks says, "He took his printing in all its branches very seriously, laboured incessantly to perfect his type, had a fine artistic sense, . . . and produced books not only of a very high standard, but also showing a remarkably distinct individuality." Bodoni used the finest quality paper available, and his clear beautiful types have been envied and copied for many generations. "The result of his labours is a long list of books which . . . reach a very high, many of them the highest, level of technical excellence." Although there is no disputing the beauty of their typography and the elegance of their composition, one of the most striking things about Bodoni imprints is their thick, luxurious paper, which has withstood the ravages of time far better than that used in most works of the period. T. M. Cleland give us some insight into the phenomenon: "When it came to paper [Bodoni] preferred what was then called vellum paper and which was made on a woven wire screen invented in England. The paper thus obtained resembled vellum a good deal more than did the papers made on the laid screens which were commonly in use at that time. He had a way, too, of rolling his sheets after they were printed to smooth out the excess of impression left by the forms." The result is remarkably like vellum in look and feel, and in its imperviousness to aging.. 300 x 210 mm. (11 3/4 x 8 1/4"). 1 p.l. (half title), 16, [2], 110 pp.; 279 pp.; 104 pp.Edited and translated into Latin by Bernardo Zamagna; translated into Italian by Giuseppe Maria Pagnini. Contemporary sprinkled calf, covers framed by triple gilt fillets, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with acorn centerpiece accented with fleurons on the side and volutes at the corners, red morocco label, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt (inexpert older repairs to head and tail of spine). Title page of each section with engraved portrait of Hesiod. Brooks 689, 690; Brunet III, 141-42; Dibdin II, 38. Very short crack to head of front joint, boards a bit chafed, small patch of worming to front cover, extremities rather rubbed, upper corners somewhat bumped, light freckled foxing to first and last page, first two gatherings with faint dampstain to head edge, a couple of short closed marginal tears, other trivial imperfections, otherwise an excellent copy internally, crisp, clean, and bright with generous margins, in a serviceable binding. This new edition of Bodoni's acclaimed 1785 printing of Hesiod is augmented with an Italian translation praised by Brunet for its beauty. Hesiod is, with Homer, one of the earliest of Greek poets, having lived ca. 700 B.C. Whereas Homer composes for the nobility, Hesiod, a shepherd and farmer, reflects the life of the lowly in his main extant work, "Works and Days." This famous piece contains four parts that lay out ethical, political, and economical rules in connection with agriculture, commerce, navigation, choosing a wife, and educating one's children, often featuring disarmingly practical directives. In the second part, on the practical operation of a farm, there is a significant section devoted to viticulture and wine making. His "Birth of the Gods," the other major work in the present volume, concerns the mythical origins of the gods and heroes; it tells of the war between the Titans and the Olympic gods, gives the stories of Pandora and Prometheus, and examines the four ages of man (Golden, Silver, Bronze, and Iron). Our volume concludes with a short piece, ascribed with some doubt to Hesiod, entitled "The Shield of Hercules." All three works appear in Greek, Latin, and Italian, with commentary in Latin. The Carmelite scholar Giuseppe Maria Pagnini (1737-1814) translated a number of works into Italian for Bodoni from Greek, Latin, French, and English. Greek was his specialty (he held the chair at the University of Pisa in that subject), and he was responsible for Bodoni's Italian versions of Anacreon, Theocritus, Epictetus, and Callimachus, in addition to the present work. Giambattista Bodoni (1740-1813) worked for more than 20 years at the Royal press in Parma before obtaining permission to set up his own private press in 1791. Brooks says, "He took his printing in all its branches very seriously, laboured incessantly to perfect his type, had a fine artistic sense, . . . and produced books not only of a very high standard, but also showing a remarkably distinct individuality." Bodoni used the finest quality paper available, and his clear beautiful types have been envied and copied for many generations. "The result of his labours is a long list of books which . . . reach a very high, many of them the highest, level of technical excellence." Although there is no disputing the beauty of their typography and the elegance of their composition, one of the most striking things about Bodoni imprints is their thick, luxurious paper, which has withstood the ravages of time far better than that used in most works of the period. T. M. Cleland give us some insight into the phenomenon: "When it came to paper [Bodoni] preferred what was then called vellum paper and which was made on a woven wire screen invented in England. The paper thus obtained resembled vellum a good deal more than did the papers made on the laid screens which were commonly in use at that time. He had a way, too, of rolling his sheets after they were printed to smooth out the excess of impression left by the forms." The result is remarkably like vellum in look and feel, and in its imperviousness to aging.

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        In mutilum Campani Amphitheatri titulum aliasque nonnullas Campanas inscriptione Commentarius Naples ex regio typographio Vincentii Ursini

      

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        „Die Grätzer Bürger und die Franken auf der Hauptwache zu Gratz im April 1797“.

      Graz, (1797). Orig.-Kupferstich von (Jean?) Mathieu. Blattgröße 36 x 47,5 cm; Darstellung 26 x 38,8 cm. Seltenes Blatt des Grazer Kupferstechers; unterhalb der Darstellung bezeichnet „gezeichnet und gestochen in Gratz von Mathieu“. - Blattränder tlw. leicht bestoßen bzw. m. kl. Knickspuren. Vereinzelt min. berieben bzw. fleckig. - Thieme/B. XXIV, 243; Zahn, Stiria illustrata 261, Nr. 1596/3. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Graz, Die Grätzer Bürger und die Franken auf der Hauptwache zu Gratz im April 1797, Hauptplatz, Rathaus, Mathieu

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        Lettres d'une Péruvienne

      illustrated bilingual edition of a portrait frontispiece by Left and 6 beautiful figures by Le Barbier, engraved by Patas, Halbou, Lingée. Printing on vellum paper.Bound in full sheepskin rooted and ice time. spine smooth ornate coffered 2 grotesque lozenges and 2 large florets. part of title in red morocco. frieze framing on the boards. upper joint split on the first 2 boxes. A slot head, ditto tail. A blunt corner. Mors, rubbed corners. Foxing. De l'imprimerie de Migneret A Paris 1797 Grd. in-8 (15,5x24,5cm) 487pp. (1) relié

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        A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians in the Higher and Middle Classes in This Country Contrasted with Real Christianity

      

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        Della pittura Veneziana trattato in cui osservasi lordine del Busching sic e si conserva la dottrina e le definizioni del Zanetti Venice Tosi

      

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        CARDIGAN James Brudenell 7th Earl 1797 1868 General led the Charge of the Light Brigade

      

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        Geschichte der Kriegskunst seit der ersten Anwendung des Schießpulvers zum Kriegsgebrauch bis an das Ende des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts, 2 Bände in 3 Bänden (= Geschichte der Künste und Wissenschaften seit der Wiederherstellung derselben bis an das Ende de

      Göttingen, Johann Georg Rosenbusch, 1797 - 1800. XVIII, 554, 44, 402, XXXXII S., S. 403 - 1222, 1 Bl. Vollständiges Werk in 2 Bänden (Bd. 2 in 2 Teilbänden). Blau marmorierte Original-Pbde. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf schwarzem Rückenschild. Bd. 2 b mit ausführlichem Gesamtregister. Grundlagenwerk zur Geschichte der Kriegskunst (Kriegführung, Strategie, Ausrüstung, Waffenkunde etc.) des preußischen Generalmajors und Militärschriftstellers Johann Gottfried von Hoyer (1767 - 1848). Hoyer hielt nach seinem Abschied aus der preußischen Armee 1825 Vorlesungen über Kriegskunst in Halle an der Saale. Er verfaßte neben militärhistorischen Werken unter anderem ein \"Lehrbuch der Kriegsbaukunst\" (2 Bde., Berlin 1817 - 1818). Sehr gutes vollständiges Exemplar dieses Standardwerkes zur Kriegsgeschichte und Kriegskunst; Seiten partiel leicht fleckig bzw. gebräunt, überwiegend aber sauber und fleckenfrei. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Krieg Kriegführung Militärwesen Kriegsgeschichte Geschichte

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        A History of British Birds. Two volume set. 1797

      Newcastle: Hodgson [vol. I for Beilby and T Bewick]; Edward Walker [vol II]. G : in good condition. Rebound in full leather. Leather covers sunned. Heraldic bookplates [of William Wickham] to front paste-downs. Prelims foxed. Copperplate previous owner's inscription to title pages. Aeg. 1797. First edition, first state. Half-leather cover with marbled boards. 240mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). xxx,335pp; xx,400pp. Numerous b/w wood engravings by the author. Rare first state first edition, (the words "Wycliffe, 1791" are missing from the figure of the sea eagle on p. 11 of Volume I).With scarce half title to volume I. Published in two parts (1797 vol I; 1804 vol. II), the first deals with land birds, the second with water birds. The 1797 volume was published by Hodgson for Beilby and Bewick; the second 1804 volume published by Edward Walker. .

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        Reise nach dem skandinavischen Norden und der Insel Island im Jahre 1845. Mit einer Karte der Südwest-Küste det Insel Island. Two volumes. Pesth (Budapest), Gustav Hecenast, 1846.

      Pp. (viii), 215; (iv), 263, (1). With one folding map of Iceland. Partly with some foxing or spotting. Publisher's blue cloth, spines decorated and lettered in gilt. Library stamps on titles (Fürstlich Oettingen-Wallerstein'sche Bibliothek, Seyfriedsberg). Rare first edition of Ida Pfeiffer's travels to the Northern countries. She travelled from Vienna via Copenhagen to Iceland and back again through Norway, Sweden and Germany. She was born in Vienna in 1797 and at the age of 45 she started travelling. Her onward journeys became more and more adventurous and her books became very popular all around the world. Abbey Travel 161. Bring 709. Fiske i, 469. Robinson, Wayward Women, pp. 25-6

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        Coloured figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms.

      - London, printed by J. Davis and sold by the Author, 1797-1803, (1815). 3 volumes. Folio (320 x 200mm). With 440 hand-coloured engraved plates on 436 leaves. Later gilt ornamented half calf with red and green gilt lettered labels, marbled sides. The most attractive illustrated English work on mycology ever published, and a famous classic in its field. It was Sowerby himself who did the drawing and engraving of the plates, which are all beautifully handcoloured. James Sowerby sometimes printed the plate in a colour other than black. Our copy includes the rare supplement which is often lacking. "James Sowerby dedicated his 'Coloured figures of English fungi' to Sir Joseph Banks and J.E. Smith jointly. 'To the first of these gentleman', wrote Sowerby 'I have great obligations for granting me access to the first library in the world, as well as most ready assistance in any enquiry whatever relating to natural history'" (Henry, British Botanical and Horticultural Lit. II, p. 263). A fine and unusually fresh copy without any foxing to the plates.Provenance: bookplate of Arpad Plesch, famous collector of botanical books.Nissen BBI, 1874; Stafleu & Cowan 12.490. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA POLITIQUE D'ARISTOTE, OU LA SCIENCE DES GOUVERNEMENS. OUVRAGE TRADUIT DU GREC, AVEC DES NOTES HISTORIQUES ET CRITIQUES. PAR LE CITOYEN CHAMPAGNE

      D' Antoine Bailleul, Paris 1797 - 2 Vols. 8vo, lxvii, [1], 424p.; vii. [1], 470p. Half-titles. Bound in full mottled calf with gilt designs to spines, two red morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers. Board corners worn, and edges rubbed, leather cracked at front joint of volume 1, with burn mark to rear board, nick to one label of volume 2, leather chipped at head and heel of both volumes. Volume 1 half-title weak but still firmly attached, offsetting to half-titles and title pages, text clean throughout with minimal foxing. Text in French. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        History of British Birds. The figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick.

      Newcastle, Printed by Sol. Hodgson/ Edward Walker, 1797-1804. 2 volumes. 8vo (210 x 125mm). pp. (2), xxx, 335, (1), with 208 wood-engravings; pp. xx, 400 with 240 wood-engravings. Contemporary green morocco, richly gilt decorated spines with gilt lettering, gilt panelled sides, inside dentelles, gilt edges. A superbly bound copy by Zaehnsdorf, one of the finest London bookbinders of the period. Signature of Mrs. N.D. Bewick on free endpaper. Rare first edition and the best possible copy one can possible get. Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) is best known for his 'History of British Birds', which is admired today mainly for its wood engravings, especially the small, sharply observed, and often humorous vignettes known as tail-pieces. He is credited with popularising, a technical innovation in the printing of illustrations using wood. He adopted metal-engraving tools to cut hard boxwood across the grain, producing printing blocks that could be integrated with metal type, but were much more durable than traditional woodcuts. The result was high quality illustration at a low price. The text of the first volume deals with 'Land Birds' is by Beilby and the second volume 'Water Birds' is by Bewick. All the wood engravings are by Bewick.//Zimmer p. 57; Nissen IVB, 95.

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        The Complaint and the Consolation; or, Night Thoughts.

      - London: R. Noble, 1797. Large 4to, pp. 69/70, with a full-page engraving by Blake surrounding the letterpress text. A loose sheet, fore-edges untrimmed (some still with deckle), minimal trimming to top and bottom edges. Only five leaves in the book have engravings recto and verso. First edition, perfect for display or for teaching as the leaves are quite sturdy and can be carefully handled or matted for framing. Blake, virtually in a frenzy, completed 537 watercolor designs when he was commissioned to illustrate Young's masterpiece. The publisher only issued the first four 'Nights'and had Blake engrave (and partially etch) 43 plates to test the market. The response must have been poor since no further engravings were requested of Blake. Ironically, today the poet Young, once compared with Shakespeare and Milton, is forgotten save for this edition. Bentley, Blake Books, 515. Essick and LaBelle, Night Thoughts, Dover, 1975. Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England, 1790-1914, 3. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Das Kampaner Thal [Tal] oder über die Unsterblichkeit der Seele; nebst einer Erklärung der Holzschnitte unter den 10 Geboten des Katechismus. Mit 12 Textholzschnitten und einem eingeklebten eigenhändigen Briefchen mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift Jean Pauls.

      Hennings, Erfurt 1797 - Titelblatt, 2 Blatt, VI, 148, 212 S. Kleinformatiger Halblederband der Zeit mit dekorativer ornamentaler Goldprägung. Auf dem Vorsatzpapier mit montiertem kleinem eigenhändigen Briefchen, datiert Stuttgard 25. Jun. 1819 (1 Seite, 11 Zeilen Text), mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift Jean Pauls. An "Frau Legazionsräthin von Matthison: Hier send ich Ihnen Ihr Paquet zurück, aber nicht mit Vergnügen, da mir das Schiksal nicht einmal die Freude auch des kleinen Dienstes für sie vergönnt. [?] Knefstein schrieb mir früh die Reise ab, weil die Herzogin selber in die Stadt eine macht zur Vorbereitung der großen. Mit Achtung u. Liebe Ihr JeanPaulFr. Richter." Adressatin ist wohl Luise von Matthison (geb. Schoch), die zweite Frau des Dichters Friedrich von Matthison, der bis 1825 als Legationsrat im Dienste Herzog Friedrichs II. von Württemberg stand. Die Schrift enthält das hochgestimmte Gespräch über die Unsterblichkeit, ergänzt um einen satirischen Anhang, in dem Jean Paul darauf verfiel, einer Bildkommentar zu den einfachen Holzschnitten des Bayreuther Katechismus in der Art Lichtenbergs zu schreiben. Dieses Exemplar hat etwas stärkere Gebrauchsspuren, insbesondere ist der Einband deutlich verzogen, die Deckel haben Knickspuren und die Seiten unten im Bund einen schwachen kleinen Wasserrand außerhalb des Textes. Trotz dieser Gebrauchsspuren handelt es sich um ein insgesamt noch ordentliches, weitgehend fleckenfreies und durch den Brief getrüffeltes Exemplar. Dritter der von Berend genannten 3 Paralleldrucke der Ersten Ausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Complaint and the Consolation; or, Night Thoughts.

      - London: R. Noble, 1797. Large 4to, pp. 87/88 with 2 full-page engravings by Blake surrounding the letterpress text. A loose sheet, fore-edges untrimmed (some still with deckle), minimal trimming to top and bottom edges. Only five leaves in the book have engravings recto and verso. First edition, perfect for display or for teaching as the leaves are quite sturdy and can be carefully handled or matted for framing. Blake, virtually in a frenzy, completed 537 watercolor designs when he was commissioned to illustrate Young's masterpiece. The publisher only issued the first four 'Nights'and had Blake engrave (and partially etch) 43 plates to test the market. The response must have been poor since no further engravings were requested of Blake. Ironically, today the poet Young, once compared with Shakespeare and Milton, is forgotten save for this edition. Bentley, Blake Books, 515. Essick and LaBelle, Night Thoughts, Dover, 1975. Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England, 1790-1914, 3. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manoscritto su pergamena. Tesoro di San Gennaro. Napoli 1797

      1797 - Manoscritto su pergamena, cm.50x60. 1797, maggio 29, Napoli. Bolla con la quale si concede a Ferdinando Pignone del Carretto la Cappellania del Tesoro di S.Gennaro.

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        Edmund of the Forest. An historical Novel. In four Volumes. By the Author of Cicely, or the Rose of Raby.

      for William Lane, Minerva Press,, London 1797 - First edition of this rare Minerva Press novel, an extravagant gothic tale set in medieval Scotland. A notice in the Critical Review of November 1797 was unable to identify its author positively but compared it with Musgrave's first novel, Cicely (1795). 'The author has allowed her or his imagination a wider scope, but has plunged into a series of adventures in rapid succession, which defy all possibility of belief . Horrors are multiplied on horrors, new characters on new characters, until the reader is bewildered in a maze . The story is supposed to have happened in the reign of James III. of Scotland; and the agency of witchcraft is introduced in compliment to that monarch's credulity . The scene is, indeed, a copy from Macbeth's visit to the witches; but it wants the additional charm of Shakespeare's genius. With such helps as witches, ghosts, caverns, and ruined castles, we should be too scrupulous in expecting probability: but there are bounds even to fiction .'Vol II contains a final advert for the second edition of Cicely, or the Rose of Raby, 'just published' [1796]. Unlike Cicely, Edmund did not receive a second edition, though it appeared in French in 1798 and an extract, entitled The Adventure James III of Scotland had with the weird Sisters was reprinted in the 1799 collection Gothic Stories. Indeed, more than one version of the story appeared in early nineteenth-century fiction, implying some influence. 4 vols, 12mo (168 × 100 mm), pp. [2], iv, 252; [2], 269, [1]; [2], 288; [2], 288. Engraved frontispiece to vol. 1 Vol. 1: leaves F 4-6 torn across without loss, worm track to blank upper inner margin of last 12 leaves; vol. 2: 40 mm tear with no loss, affecting a rule but not text, a few leaves in quire B sprung (but secure); vol. 3: lower forecorner of one leaf torn away, not touching text; vol. 4: light staining to foremargins towards the end. Overall, very clean and fresh. Contemporary quarter calf, vellum tips, gilt ruled spines, red morocco lettering pieces, black circular numbering pieces. Slight rubbing and very minor chipping. Armorial bookplates of John, 4th Duke of Atholl. A very nice copy. [Blakey, p.181. Garside, Raven and Schöwerling 1797: 60. ESTC: British Library, New York Society Library, Rice University and University of Virginia only.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CAMILLA: OR, A PICTURE OF YOUTH. In Three Volumes.

      Boston:Manning & Loring 1797 - 328; 353; 342pp. + [3]pp. publishers advertisements. Full contemporary calf. A few preliminary leaves lightly foxed, otherwise an excellent, tight, clean set of the first American edition of Fanny Burney's thrid novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Angler; or, Contemplative Man's Recreation: Being a Discourse On Rivers, Fish-Ponds, Fish and Fishing: In Two Parts. The First Part Written By Mr. Isaac Walton, The Second By Charles Cotton, Esq, with The Lives Of The Authors, and Notes Historical, Critical, and Explanatory by Sir John Hawkins.

      London: F. and C. Rivington and others, 1797. Sixth Edition with Additions. Very good+ in full medium brown diced calf with a professional reback of the spine upon which has been placed a gilt on red leather spine label and gilt tooling. The front and rear boards have contemporary diced leather within a gilt double border. The end sheets are contemporary marbled paper. A small octavo measuring 7 5/8 by 4 5/8 inches lacking the 1/2 title page as is typical with this title. The tips of both boards have been bumped with the leather worn through to the underlying material. Part I of the book contains The Life of Mr. Isaac Walton in lxxvi (76) pages followed by Walton's The Complete Angler containing 262 pages, a page of explanation and three plates of illustrations as well as two music plates facing pages 204 and 262. Part II of the book contains Some Account of the Life and Writings of Charles Cotton, Esq. xxxii (32) pages; followed by Part II of The Complete Angler of 111 pages after which is an index. Although titled "Sixth Edition" this is actually the seventh "Hawkins" edition. (Wood, A Bibliography of The Complete Angler, p.32; Thacher, p.540)

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        Reisen und merkwürdige Nachrichten zweier Neufranken durch Schweden während des jetzigen französischen Krieges. Aus dem Französischen ('Voyage de deux Francais en Allemagne, Danemarck, Suede, Russie et Pologne. Fait en 1790-1792'; Paris. Chez Desenne. 179

      Leipzig Weygandsche Buchhandlung Einzige Auflage dieser Ausgabe 2 Blatt und 638 Seiten 18 x 11 cm fadengeheftet in buntpapierbezogene Pappe gebunden Farbschnitt gesprenkelt rot rundum gedrucktes und goldgeprägtes Rückenschild Sprache: deuts 1797 - gut erhaltenes Exemplar, der Buchblock ist gerade, wenige Gebrauchsspuren am Einband, einige Alterungsspuren, insgesamt sehr ansehnlich 1050 gr.

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        Scoperta della Chironomia ossia dell'arte di gestire con le mani.

      Parma, Fratelli Gozzi, 1797, - in-8, pp. (8), 141, (3), leg. orig. cart. marmorizz. (dorso rinforzato). Dedica degli editori al "marchese Casimiro Meli Lupi di Soragna". Con 3 deliziose tavole incise in sanguigna raffiguranti le diverse posizioni delle mani per indicare i numeri e le lettere greche. Prima edizione di quest'opera, molto rara e di straordinario interesse, divisa in due parti, sui metodi di comunicazione attraverso la gesticolazine delle mani e delle dita o della loro diversa posizione. Composta in perfetto italiano, pur essendo l'autore spagnolo, l'opera si occupa nella prima parte del modo in cui le mani erano usate nell'antichità quale mezzo di computo; nella seconda tratta del loro uso nel teatro antico greco e nel mimo e come devono essere usate nel teatro moderno. Tra l'altro viene qui menzionata l'opera del Venerabile Beda, "De loquela per gestum digitorum", che si occupa di come le differenze tra l'alfabeto greco e latino lo abbiano reso per i Greci più facile nell'uso del linguaggio dei muti. Vincent Requeno y Vivès, nato in Spagna nel 1743 e morto a Tivoli nel 1811, era gesuita e, quando la Compagnia fu espulsa dalla Spagna nel 1767, egli si rifugiò a Roma, ove scrisse svariate interessanti opere, tra cui importanti i "Saggi sul ristabilimento dell'antica arte de' greci e romani pittori" e l'altra sulla "arte di dipingere all'encausto degli antichi", rispettivamente apparse nel 1784 e 1798. Perfetto esempl., a pieni margini. Brunet IV, 1244. Graesse VI, 92. De Backer-Sommervogel VI, 1671.5. Diz. Biogr. Univ. IV, 808. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"A litter of foxes\". Zwei Rotfüchse mit ihren zwei Jungtieren im Wald.

       Altkol. Schabkunstblatt in Braun von J. Grozer nach \"Animals by C. Loraine Smith, Esqr., Landscape by G. Morland\", London, dat. 1797, 45 x 60,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXV, S. 159: Morland \"wurde schnell beliebt durch seine Sittenbilder, ... u.s. Jagdbilder\". - Thieme-Becker Bd. XV, S. 116: Grozer \"stach und schabte eine Reihe trefflicher Wiedergaben von Gemälden ... G. Morland`s u.a.\". - Mit drei kleinen professionell restaurierten Randeinrissen. Dekoratives Schabkunstblatt in mehreren Braunabstufungen gedruckt und koloriert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Farbstich

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        A Select Collection of Views and Ruins in Rome and its Vicinity, executed from Drawings made upon the Spot, in 1791; 2 parts in 1 (first edition, large paper copy)

      London: Edwards, 1797-99. Folio, 1797-99 [plates watermarked 1794]. 62 hand-coloured aquatint plates, frontispiece incorporating the words in French "Ruines de Rome", some spotting and offsetting, contemporary half roan over gilt-lettered cloth, rebacked, rubbed, Abbey, Travel 178; Lowndes III, p. 1537. *** Complete copies of the large paper first edition, which was coloured (unlike the ordinary paper copies), seldom appear on the market.

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        THEORIE DES FONCTIONS ANALYTIQUES, CONTENANT LES PRINCIPES DU CALCUL DIFFERENTIEL, DEGAGES DE TOUTE CONSIDERATION D'INFINIMENT PETITS OU D'EVANOUISSANS, DE LIMITES OU DE FLUXIONS ET REDUITS A L'ANALYSE ALGEBRIQUE DES QUANTITÉS FINIES.

      De L'Imprimerie De La République, An V [1797] - vii, 277 pages; Theory of analytic functions containing the principles of the differential calculus, freed from all consideration of the infinitely small.limits or fluxions, and reduced to the algebraic analysis of finite quantities. New methods to determine the roots of numerical equations and single or double definite integrals Nice modern binding 3/4 blue calf over marbled boards. Title page with small archival tape repair to 1" internal loss away from printing and writing. Bottom edge of last page similarly reinforced. Lagrange's points of view couldn't be totally neglected. Completed by convergence considerations, it dominated the study of the functions of a complex variable throughout the nineteenth century ' (DSB). (Riccardi I (2) , 3; Norman 1258). Attractive sound copy with bright French language text. First printing. ; 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Principios filosoficos de la Literatura o Curso razonado de Bellas Letras y de Bellas Artes,obra escrita en frances por el Señor Abate Batteux;Profesor Real;De la Academia Francesa y de la de Inscripciones y Bellas Letras.Traducida al castellano .

      Imprenta Sancha, Madrid 1797 - pasta bien conservada con lomera cuajada y doble tejuelo .e ilustrado con algunas notas críticas y varios apéndices sobre la Literatura española por D. Agustín García de Arrieta. 9 Volúmenes, papel de hilo limpio. . 3716 págs.

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        The American Accomptant; being a plain, practical and systematic compendium of federal arithmetic; in three parts:

      

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        The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, Containing the Antient and Present State of It, Civil and Ecclesiastical; Collected From Public Records, and Other Authorities: Illustrated with Maps, Views, Antiquities, &c. The Second Edition, Improved, Corrected, and Continued to the Present Time. [ Twelve Volume Set, Complete: Volumes I - XII, 1797 - 1801 Edition ]

      W. Bristow, on the Parade, Cantebury 1797 - A very good copy of the complete twelve-volume, stated second ("improved, corrected .") edition (first issue: with initial publication in 1797 or, as printed on the title page: MDCCXCVII). As noted, bindings are three quarter (green) leather with marbled boards and marbled endpapers, with five raised bands and gilt devices and gilt lettering to the spines. The text of each volume is wholly unmarked, pristine. Some minor shelf-wear to the base of the volumes, but the bindings are remarkably strong and solid, with no splitting of the gutters and thus no wobbling to any of the boards. Some incipient splitting of portions of the leather at the spine seams of volumes IX, XI and XII, else minor wear and rubbing/abrasions of the leather at the crowns of the spines of about five of the volumes: unobtrusive, but noticeable. Volumes are uniform in binding characteristics, with dates of publication as follows: Volumes I, II, II: 1797 (MDCCXCVII);Volumes IV, V, and VI: 1798 (MDCCXCVIII); Volumes VII and VIII: 1799 (MDCCXCIX); Volumes IX, X, and XI: 1800 (MDCCC); and Volume XII: 1801 (MDCCCI). All in all an astonishingly well-preserved copy of the complete second edition. [Please note: Due to the size and weight of the volumes extra shipping may be required depending on the destination and speed of delivery requested. International buyers may especially wish to inquire prior to ordering. Quotations gladly provided.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent

      Canterbury: W. Bristow, 1797-1801., 1797. SECOND REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION. Octavo, twelve volumes, pp. xxvi, 570, pp. xxviii, 578, pp. xxvii, 566, pp. xxii, 572, pp. xxxv, 590, pp. xxxviii, 580, pp. xlvii, 602, pp. xli, 555, pp. l, 611, pp. xxxvii, 452, pp. lx, 547, pp. lxiv, 672. 35 folding maps, 34 plates, plus intext vignettes. Bound in contemporary tan half calf over marbled boards with gilt titles on a black Morocco square to spine. Speckled edges. All volumes show light external wear, volume seven has a dink to the top of the rear board. Some occasional spotting and tidemarking, some of the folding maps have small tears. Occasional neat pencil annotation. A very good set, usually seen in later bindings.

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        Broadside. Begins: Miguel la Grua y Talamanca y Branciforte ... Con fecha en San Lorenzo á 29 de Noviembre de ano proximo pasado se ha servido S. M. ... expedir la real cédula del tenor siguiente....

      [Mexico City: No publisher/printer] Folio (43 cm; 17"). [1] f.. 1797 Viceroy Branciforte promugates a royal decree concerning details as to religious groups' and individuals' being allowed (or not) to make wills or inherit; the decree reserves to civil authority the control of laws governing wills and inheritance. This is amplification of the "Nuevo Codigo de Leyes" and the "Pragmática Sanción" of 6 July 1792, and => WorldCat locates only one copy worldwide. One fold horizontally across center; a few creases and edges just a bit irregular. Very good condition.

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        Broadside. Begins: Miguel la Grua y Talamanca y Branciforte ... Con fecha en San Lorenzo á 29 de Noviembre de ano proximo pasado se ha servido S. M. ... expedir la real cédula del tenor siguiente....

      [Mexico City: No publisher/printer] Folio (43 cm; 17"). [1] f.. 1797 Viceroy Branciforte promugates a royal decree concerning details as to religious groups' and individuals' being allowed (or not) to make wills or inherit; the decree reserves to civil authority the control of laws governing wills and inheritance. This is amplification of the "Nuevo Codigo de Leyes" and the "Pragmática Sanción" of 6 July 1792, and => WorldCat locates only one copy worldwide. One fold horizontally across center; a few creases and edges just a bit irregular. Very good condition.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Güssefeld b. Homann Erben, "Charte des Fürstenthum Minden und den Grafschaften Ravensberg. Tecklenburg und Lingen vorstellend .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, dat. 1797, 45 x 55 Seltene Karte bei Homann Erben. - Unten rechts die Titelkartusche. Unten links Erklärungen zum Fürstentum und den Grafschaften. Gebiet Lingen, Stolzenau/Weser, Bielefeld, Wahrendorf.

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