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        Flora Bedfordiensis, Comprehending such Plants as Grow Wild in the County of Bedford, Arranged According to the System of Linnaeus, with Occasional Remarks.

      Printed by W. Smith Bedford 1798 - First Edition, xii,351,[9]pp., presentation inscription from the author, 6 cont. hand-coloured engraved plates, cont. half, 2 contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, paper shelf label to spine, a nice copy. This is the third English local flora, after Ray (Cambridge) and Sibthorp (Oxford), and the first in English. Although the BM (NH) copy has coloured plates, and Henry calls for them, this book is usually found with uncoloured plates, coloured copies an extremely rare in commerce. "A work described by one authority as 'almost a model as a county flora'. Abbot's carefully prepared Flora bedfordiensis is written entirely in English, except for the first two words of the title and the Linnaean botanical names of the plants. It lists 1325 flowering plants and cryptogams. A brief description of each species is followed by the general place of growth, and in the case of some rare plants, the precise locality". (Henry). Henrey, British Botanical and Horticultural Literature. II, p. 73. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Insularum Mallorca & Cabrera carta geographica

      Nuremberg 1798 - Mapa calcográfico con color original.32 x 54 cms.Cartela en paerte inferior,escalas y rosas de vientos. Leyenda en parte superior.Este mapa procede de la rara impresión de Homann donde reinterpreta los mapas de López.Esta reedición de Homann es bastante rara hoy día.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        British Public Characters of 1798

      London, Printed for R. Phillips,, 1798. Octavo (225 × 137 mm.) Uncut in original boards neatly rebacked to style with a new label. Folding frontispiece of thirty small portrait sketches. Light browning, some foxing to the frontispiece, but overall very good. First Edition. The very first biographical notice of Nelson, not noted by Cowie, published soon after his triumph on the Nile at Aboukir, the beginning of his rise to Glory; "In every point of view, we are warranted in concluding, that Lord Nelson has rendered a most important service to humanity by his late and decisive victory. If the hostile cabinets of Europe should prudently avail themselves of its impression upon the enemy... an honourable and glorious peace may be the happy result." His portrait is the first on the folding frontispiece, quite a good likeness, most closely resembling the Orme portrait. Other Naval "characters" noted are Lords Hood and Duncan and Sir Sydney Smith, amongst the others are Erasmus Darwin, Lord Monboddo, Isaac D'Israeli, Mrs. Siddons, William Herschel and Joseph Priestley. The first of a series which was to run for some 12 years under the title Public Characters, a great success, perhaps partly on the basis of this summary of the career of "England's Saviour," this volume ran through four editions by 1803. The first edition is decidedly uncommon.

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        HISTORIA ECLESIÁSTICA ESCRITA EN FRANCES POR. Traducida en castellano y aumentada con notas por lo perteneciente á España.

      Imp. de Sancha; imp. de Gomez Fuentenebro y Cía. e imp. De Josef del Collado. Madrid, 1798 - -1808. 21 cm. 25 tomos de unas 450 pág., cada uno. Ilustr. con un grabado a modo de frontis en el primer tomo. Enc. en pasta española, tejuelo, cortes pintados. Antiguo cerco de humedad en las primeras 100 pág. del tomo 24. * Se trata de una historia de la iglesia de la que se hicieron diversas ediciones puesto que tuvo una considerable aceptación en su momento. Religión. Historia eclesiástica. Historia eclesiàstica, concilis, ordes religioses Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Paris. 1798-1800.. Six volumes (five octavo text volumes and a quarto atlas). [4],viii,cci,[2],294,[2, errata]; viii,529,[1, errata]; [2],viii,474,[2, errata]; viii,494,[2, errata]; xii,560,[4, errata]; [2],viii,158,[2]pp. plus sixteen maps (some folding) and plates. Numerous folding tables throughout the text. Octavo text volumes with quarto atlas. Contemporary three- quarter calf and marbled boards, spines gilt, leather labels. One text volume expertly rebacked, with original spine and label. A handsome copy in very good plus condition, with the Errata leaf present in all five text volumes. First edition, octavo issue. An account of the second French circumnavigation and the first French commercial voyage to the Pacific Northwest. Marchand, commander of the voyage, had learned of the lucrative potential for the fur trade in that region from British captain Portlock. He sailed via Cape Horn, stopped at the Marquesas, and traded along the Northwest Coast in the summer of 1791. He provides detailed descriptions of Norfolk Sound and Sitka, followed by a particularly detailed account of the Queen Charlotte Islands, and further explorations as far as the southern end of Vancouver Island. Besides the lengthy descriptions of the country and the Indian inhabitants, the author gives the most extensive history of exploration on the Northwest Coast up to this time, including the voyages of Drake, Juan de Fuca, de Fuentes, Bering, Cook, La Pérouse, Meares, Dixon, Colnett, Malaspina, Roggeveen, etc. Two editions were published in 1798-1800, one consisting of four volumes and one of six. Howes rates them both "b." "A most important work for the history of geographical discovery in the Northwest" -Hill. "A very important and authoritative work for the history of the Northwest Coast" -Lada-Mocarski. From North America Marchand sailed to Hawaii and then to Macao, where he failed to sell his valuable cargo of furs. He then returned to France, where the Revolutionary government confiscated his cargo. The voyage was a loss for its investors. Marchand died in 1793 and Count Fleurieu, himself an experienced Pacific explorer, took over the editing and publication of the material from the voyage, as well as adding an authoritative history of Pacific exploration and discoveries along the American coast. Considerable text is also devoted to natural history exploration en route. The detailed maps are of Alaska and the Northwest Coast, the Marquesas, and Hawaii. HILL 612. STREETER SALE 3496. LADA-MOCARSKI 54. HOWES F195, "b." EBERSTADT NORTHWEST COAST 111. WICKERSHAM 6622. WAGNER NORTHWEST COAST I:212. SABIN 24751. FORBES HAWAII 293. HOWGEGO M43. O'REILLY-REITMAN 617.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Das Helvetisches Volksblatt Nr. 1(8. September 1798)-19(28. Februar 1799) - alles was erschienen.

      Luzern, National-Buchdruckerei Gruner und Gessner, 1798,99 - 8°, 234 S., Broschur der Zeit m. handschriftlichem Titelschild, Stockfleckig u. einzelne S. etwas angeschmutzt - trotzdem gutes Exemplar. Sehr selten. - Als halbamtl. Organ der helvet. Regierung erschien das H. in insgesamt 19 undatierten Nummern - erstmals am 8.9.1798 - während rund fünf Monaten. Das Blatt mit einer Auflage von maximal 5'200 Exemplaren wurde in der National-Buchdruckerei Gruner & Gessner in Luzern gedruckt. Das vom helvet. Kulturminister Philipp Albert Stapfer initiierte Zeitungsprojekt bezweckte die Popularisierung der unitar. Politik im Sinne von "Volksaufklärung" und "Nationalerziehung". Pfarrer und Lehrer wurden aufgefordert, die Zeitung öffentlich vorzulesen. In den ersten sechs Wochen amtierte Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi als Redaktor. Infolge der unkrit. Propaganda und des belehrenden Tons erreichte das Volksblatt bei der breiten Bevölkerung kaum die gewünschte Akzeptanz. Am 28.2.1799 wurde sein Einstellen mit der Begründung beschlossen, dass hier einige Gelehrte in einem zu hohen Ton mit dem Volk sprächen. (Christoph Guggenbühl). 1000 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        MENTHAE BRITANNICAE: BEING A NEW BOTANICAL ARRANGEMENT OF ALL THE BRITISH MINTS HITHERTO DISCOVERED. Illustrated with twenty-four Copper-plates, of the natural Size, Done from the Life by able Artists; Exhibiting a Figure of every distinct Mint herein treated of, Including all those enumerated by Ray and Hudson; Together with Several new Species hitherto unnoticed. By W. Sole.

      Printed by R. Crutwell, Bath; and sold by Messrs. White, Fleet-Street; Bull and Co. and J. Barratt, Bath; Gilbert, Dublin; Hanwell, Oxford; and Hodson, Cambridge. 1798 - Folio. 9.75 x 13.5 inches. viii + 55 pp. + [1] pp. corrigenda. Illustrated by 24 engraved plates. Lacks plate 14, which has been replaced by a photocopy. Half-title. Bound in original green half morocco over marbled boards, rebacked with spine divided into compartments by raised bands and gilt rules, with red morocco label, gilt, now eroded. Extremities worn. Stain to upper blank margin of last leaf and isolated spotting elsewhere, otherwise a fine copy. 'The first published work to be devoted entirely to British mints' (Henrey). It is remarkable for its fine printing by Richard Cruttwell, and the quality of its engravings by William Hibbert, both of Bath, indicating the texture and shading of the mint plants. The original drawings from life were by James Hewlett, then of Bath, and others (see Henrey for further details). In his preface, the author critically surveys the work of earlier artists who had depicted mints, rating some as 'in general rude and Gothick' or 'very indifferent.' William Sole (1741-1802) was born and educated in Cambridgeshire, but later moved to Bath, where he practised as an apothecary-surgeon and lived for the rest of his life: 'One cannot watch most of the British mints growing in a garden in Bath for more than 25 years without knowing them very intimately' (quoted in Henrey). He also compiled an unpublished flora of Bath and was rewarded by the Bath and West of England Society in 1799 for his study of British grasses and their agricultural uses. Following the publication of the Menthae Britannicae a controversy ensued between Sole and James Edward Smith, President of the Linnean Society, who disagreed with Sole's nomenclature and classification. A fine copy of this scarce monograph. NATURAL HISTORY/SCIENCE BOTANY BOTANY 18TH CENTURY NATURAL HISTORY/SCIENCE ESTC T 149932. Henrey, 1362, pp.151-4. DNB.

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        An Hibernian Atlas or General Description of the Kingdom of Ireland: Divided Into Provinces; with Its Sub-Divisions of Counties, Baronies, &c. . Boundaries, Extent, Soil, Produce, Contents, Measure, Members of Parliament, and Number of Inhabitants; .

      Robert Laurie and Jason Whittle, London 1798 - Subtitle continues: 'Also the Cities, Boroughs, Villages, Mountains, Bogs, Lakes, Rivers and Natural Curiosities Together with the Great and Bye Post Roads. The whole taken from actual Surveys and Observations By Bernard Scale, Land Surveyor and beautifully engraved on 78 Copper Plates by Messrs. Ellis and Palmer'. Half bound in brown leather with marble boards, black gilt-stamped title-label to spine. 37 hand-coloured maps. Covers a little rubbed, scuffed and dust soiled, corners bruised with small loss of paper to rear lower corner, a little foxing to interior, very faint offset to adjacent pages from maps. Size: Large Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Moral Biography; Or, The Worthies of England Displayed: Containing the Lives of Persons Eminently Distinguished for Their Virtues and Talents. Designed for the Use of Private Families and Public Schools. Second Edition, Improved. Embellished with a fine Engraving.

      London: Printed for G. Sael.and sold by M. Poole and Son Chester 1798 - 12mo, 172 x 97 mms., pp. viii, 207 [208 adverts], engraved frontispiece, contemporary sheepskin; joints cracked, spine slightly creased, with top and base chipped. The first edition appeared in the same year, but seems to have been slightly shorter, with only 192 pages of text. The biographical subjects include Joseph Addison, Francis Bacon, William Beckford, Sir Francis Drake, Benjamin Franklin, Jonas Hanway, David Hartley, James Hervey, William Jones, Samuel Johnson, John Locke, John Milton, Isaac Newton, Alexander Pope, William Shakespeare, etc. In the preface to this second edition, Sael notes that a "life of the celebrated Gainsborough has been substituted for one of less importance." In fact, the life omitted from this second edition is that of the printer William Strahan (1715 - 1785). Painters yes, printers no. ESTC T110355 on-line locates three copies of this second edition: BL; Yale; McMaster; for the first edition, ESTC T110356 locates copies in BL, Bodleian; Folger; University of Otago. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Book of Common Prayer, And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches.

      Oxford. Printed at the Clarendon Press By W. Dawson T. Bensley and J. Cooke 1798 - Large 8vo, 217 x 130 mms, unpaginated, collating a - Gg8, contemporary straight-grain red morocco, all edges gilt; binding a little worn at extremities, spine rubbed and with some loss of colour, inscribed "[R Burnet] Smith/ from/ Edward T. N. Smith/ 1908" on recto of front free end-paper. The price on the title-page of "4s. 6d." has been partially effaced. Below the date appears the note "This Book may be had with or without the Ordination Service." ESTC T190770 describes a copy with this configuration, where the final leaf is Gg8. Copies in Bodleian; Saint Mark's Library, University of Delaware. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Recueil De XXIV Differens Costumes De La Ville Et Du Canton De Basle. Choisis dans divers Žtats de la sociŽtŽ sur la fin du XVII sicle. GravŽs d'aprs les dessins de J. R. Huber].

      Basel, PubliŽ par ChrŽtien de Mechel 1798. - 4¡. 17 [von 20] kol. Tafeln, gest. von J.R.Schellenberg nach J.R. Huber. Lose in moderner Leinenkassette. 17 (von 20) Tafeln mit radierten Frauen- und Herrentrachten von J. R. Schellenberg. - Es fehlen 3 Tafeln (Nr. 5, 19 und 20) sowie Titelblatt. - Jede Tafel etwas stockfleckig, jedoch in schšnem, starken Kolorit. Lang de

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        Antiquité d' Herculanum , Gravées Par F. A. David Avec Leurs Explications. Tome XI, et dernier. Les Plus Belles Peintures Antiques, et Les Marbres, Bronzes, Meubles, Etc. Trouvés Dans Les Excavations d'Herculanum, Stabia et Pompeïa.

      Chez David , Graveur, Paris 1798 - 58pp. de texto a gran papel y 56 láminas en muy buen papel de hilo. Ejemplar en muy buen estado de conservación, encuadernado en el siglo XX a media piel, lomera con tejuelo. Encuadernación firmada por Romeo. Size: 4ºmayor [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis.

      Petrus Didot, Paris An VI (1798). - XXVIII, 390 S. mit gest. Frontispiz, 1 gest. Faltkarte, 1 gest. Taf. u. zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Vignetten. Kl.-8°. Hldr. der Zeit mit Rückenschild u. Rückenvergoldung. Etwas berieben. Papierbezug auf Deckel fingerfleckig. Innen teils etwas gebräunt. Sehr schöne lateinische Ausgabe aus der Offizin Didot, die als erster gelungener Stereotyp-Druck gilt. Mit zahlr. sehr hübschen Vignetten u. v. Piquet gestochener Karte zur Aeneis. - Vermerk "Weihnachtsgeschenk 1856." auf dem Vorsatz. Schönes Exemplar.

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        Den nordsiellandske Landalmues Character, Skikke, Meeninger og Sprog.

      Kbhvn. 1798. 414 + (2) s. Eksemplar på skrivepapir indbundet i samtdigt hellæder smukt dekoreret med guld på ryg og permer.. Da bogen udkom vakte den stor opsigt såvel ved sine livlige og underholdende skildringer af den sjællandske bonde som ved forfatterens overordentlige belæsthed. Den giver et ypperligt bidrag til oplysning om forrige århundredes landboforhold. Bogen kan endnu læses med fornøjelse og udbytte. BD II,605. DBL(3), VII,485. Dansk Landbrugsbibl. 2014

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        Relazione Sommaria Della perdita della Veneta Aristocratica Repubblica. Italia 1798. Dalle Tipografica della Verità.

      O. O. , um 1798. - Italienische Handschrift auf Papier. 41 SS., l. w. Bl. Geheftet. Folio (188:285 mm). Zeitgenössische Privatabschrift des anonym vom Diplomaten Gf. Francesco Agdollo publizierten Werkes. Die auch mit verschiedenen Dokumenten (u. a. Briefe Napoléons) unterfütterte "Geschichte des Untergangs der Adelsrepublik Venedig" erschien 1798 in 50 (8vo) bzw. 88 (12mo) Seiten Umfang (und ohne Angabe des Druckorts) ebendort. Die Stadt war 1797 bei Napoléons Italienfeldzug besetzt worden; der Große Rat hatte die Adelsrepublik bereits aufgelöst und die Macht übergeben. Der Friede von Campo Formio brachte das Gebiet der Republik - mit Ausnahme der an Frankreich fallenden Ionischen Inseln - 1798 an Österreich. - Durchgehend saubere, gut lesbare Handschrift. Vgl. Cicogna, Saggio di Bibliografia Veneziana, 150. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Hanover, N.H.: Benjamin True, 1798, and Boston: Caleb Bingham, 1804.. Two volumes. [2],vi-vii,[8]-298; 202pp. Portrait on newsprint pasted to verso of second volume titlepage. First volume: Modern calf. Second volume: 12mo. Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked in matching style. Some foxing and toning. A very good set. The Thomas W. Streeter-Frank S. Streeter copy, with their bookplates on the front pastedowns, and Thomas Streeter's pencil notes on the front pastedown of the second volume. A complete set of this memoir of a notorious swindler and con man, including the notoriously rare second volume. Burroughs (1765-1840) was born in Hanover, New Hampshire, the son of a Congregational minister, and quickly gained a reputation as a troublesome child. He ran away from home at age fourteen, joined the army only to desert shortly thereafter, and then enrolled at Dartmouth. He left college early, went to sea as a privateer, and impersonated a ship's physician. Back in New England he impersonated a minister in Pelham, Massachusetts, and was soon caught counterfeiting money. Burroughs was imprisoned in Northampton, where he tried several times to escape before setting fire to the jail, which resulted in his incarceration at Castle Island in Boston Harbor. He escaped from the island fortress, was recaptured, and served out his term, eventually moving to Canada, where he became the leader of a counterfeiting ring. Later in life he reformed, joined the Catholic church, and became a teacher to privileged youth. "One of the great criminal autobiographies, and an important piece of picaresque Americana" - Streeter. As the second volume was published some years later in a different city, and evidently in much smaller numbers, complete sets are virtually impossible to come by. Shaw & Shoemaker locate only three copies of the second volume. STREETER SALE 724 (this copy). SABIN 9466 (not noting 2nd volume). HOWES B1022, "aa." EVANS 33478. NAIP w020739. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 5957. APPLETON'S CYCLOPÆDIA I, p.470.

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        Les Amours Du Chevalier De Faublas - [Complete in 4 Volumes]

      Paris; Chez L'Auteur 1798 - Illustrated with engraved plates after Dupreel, St. Aubin etc. Full, contemporary tree calf, very good. Professionally and period-sympathetically recased with the original title-labels laid back; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set; tight, bright, clean and strong. 2 Kg. 1 pp.

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        Plan of the Entrance of the Port of Bucarelli on the North West Coast of America

      London: Robinson, 1798. Engraved map, 410 x 510 mm; with original central fold, fine. Rare alaskan map. Fine and very detailed chart of Bucareli Sound in Alaska, prepared for the publication of La Pérouse's voyage, here in the English version. The engraving acknowledges its derivation from the mapping by Maurelle and Quadra on the Spanish expeditions of 1775 and 1779. The sound was named for New Spain's Viceroy - for some time it was thought to offer an entrance to the Northwest passage, which is why it was included in the publication of La Pérouse's voyage. Bucarelli Sound is located about 50 miles west of Ketchikan. The chart shows many soundings around the harbor shoreline. Locates Golfo De Esquibel. Is. De St. Fernando, Is. St. Juan Baptista. Puerto de la Real Marina and shows points and bays, channels and many small islands.

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        Principios de direito mercantil e leis de marinha para uso da mocidade portugueza destinada ao commercio, divididos em oito tratados elementares, contendo a respectiva legislação patria, e indicando as fontes originaes dos regulamentos maritimos das principaes praças da Europa.

      Lisbon, NA Regia Officina Typografica, 1798. - Small woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. Woodcut initial. Typographical headpieces. (7 ll.), xvii, 172 pp.; (2 ll.), 173-302 pp., (1 blank l.); (2 ll.), 139 pp. 3 parts in 2 volumes, bound in 1.@ 4°, contemporary tree calf (small hole near foot of spine, slight defects at head and foot of spine, corners worn), flat spine gilt with crimson and green morocco labels, gilt letter, edges tinted yellow. Very minor light waterstaining to lower inner margin, becoming slightly more pronounced toward the end, pinpoint wormhole in outer margin, without loss. Overall clean, crisp, and in very good condition. Early signature on flyleaf of Manoel G. Soares. 3 parts in 2 volumes, bound in 1.@ ---- Rare FIRST EDITION of this classic work?the first on mercantile law in Portuguese?complete with the divisional titles and tables of contents to parts II-III that are sometimes lacking. Although the table of contents (f. *4@r) lists eight sections, this edition only included the first, on maritime insurance, in 3 parts, with the @Appendice das formulas de apolices, e leis patrias sobre seguros at the end.An expanded edition, in seven folio volumes, was issued from 1801 to 1803. The first volume reprinted the first edition, including the appendix. The other six volumes covered such topics as maritime exchange, damages to ships, letters of trade or of exchange, maritime contracts, administration and regulations of harbors and customs, courts of maritime affairs, and political economy. These volumes were reprinted separately at various dates until 1868. In 1874 Candido Mendes de Almeida published an edition of the complete work in two volumes, preceded by a long introduction, a biography and a bibliography of the author.Born at Bahia in 1756, Silva Lisboa was the most distinguished Brazilian economist of his time, and a devoted follower of Adam Smith and Ricardo, whose influence can be seen in @Principios de direito mercantil e leis da marinha. Silva Lisboa was also one of the leading Brazilian statesmen, from the day in March 1808 when he advised D. João VI, then Prince Regent, to open Brazilian ports to the commerce of friendly nations. An ardent advocate of independence and a supporter of liberal monarchy, he served as deputy to the 1822 Constituent Assembly and later as a senator.---- Borba de Moraes (1983) I, 494: "rare"; @Período colonial p. 214. Goldsmiths' 17285. JCB @Portuguese and Brazilian Books, 798/3. Cf. Bosch 262 for the edition of 1801-12. This edition not in Innocêncio or Rodrigues. Not in @Imprensa Nacional. Not in Kress; @Luso-Brazilian Economic Literature Before 1850 p. 6 cites a microfilm copy. Not in Welsh or @Greenlee Catalog. Laranjo, @Economistas portugueses p. 78-9: not citing this work. NUC: DLC, RPJCB, NjP. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Correspondance trouvée le 2 floréal an 5e [21 avril 1797] à Offembourg, dans les fourgons du général Klinglin, général-major de l'armée autrichienne, et chargé de la correspondance secrète de cette armée.

      Paris, Imprimerie de la République, pluviôse [thermidor] an VI, (février [août] 1798), - 2 vol. in-8, [4]-600 et [2]-395 pp., avec 3 tableaux dépliants hors-texte, demi-chagrin havane clair, dos à nerfs (rel. moderne). Qqs rousseurs, mais bon exemplaire. Rare prise de guerre, en partie chiffrée, effectuée par les troupes commandées par Moreau après le siège d'Offenburg, et publiée seulement après la signature des préliminaires de paix avec l'Autriche. Elle est précédée de deux pièces saisies sur des espions (dont le fameux d'Antraigues). Martin & Walter, Anonymes, 4750-51.

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        EL ARTE POETICA en castellano por D. Joseph Goya y Muniain.

      Benito Cano, (Madrid) 1798 - 4ºM, 3h, 1 retr. grab, VIIIp, 138p. Texto en griego y castellano. Hol. puntas mod, ruedas gofradas en planos, nervios y dorados en lomo. - Ejemplar de la tirada en gran papel y anchos márgenes (la edición normal es en 8º y sin el grabado). 1798

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        Notice des Livres précieux du Citoyen Bozérian, la pluspart reliés par lui, ou brochés et en feuilles,

      - dont la Vente se fera le 21 pluviose an 6 (9 Février 1798 v. st.) et jours suivants iv, 50 pp. 8vo, attractive antique mottled half-calf & grey boards, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: Didot le jeune, Bozérian, & Lejeune, 1798. The very rare first sale of Bozérian’s books. Many of the books offered here were bound by Bozérian during his leisure time for his own library. Culot states that Bozérian was obliged to sell these books in order to raise funds to purchase a workshop. Bozérian (1762-1840), called the Elder to distinguish him from his younger brother François (active 1805-1820), was one of the foremost and innovative binders of his time who also successfully engaged in bookselling and publishing. Over the years, he sold books at auction four times: 1798, 1807, 1811 (in order to retire in comfort) and 1834. There was a fifth, posthumous, sale in 1846. 513 lots and priced throughout in a contemporary hand. Fine copy. Without the 4-page schedule of sale at end. ? Gustave Brunet, Dictionnaire de Bibliologie Catholique, col. 424–"le catalogue est imprimé avec les beaux caractères de Didot. La vente produisit 26,000 francs." Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions.1643-1830, 378. Horne, p. 696–"curious, both on account of the selection of the editions described, as well as the beautiful execution of the bindings." Peignot, p. 84. Pollard & Ehrman, no. 301. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Erotopaegnion sive Priapeia trastulli amorosi

      F. Patris 1798 - Misura cm 18 x cm 12, legatura muta d’attesa, esemplare marginoso stampato su carta forte a barbe. Pagine: [12] + VI + [2] + 188. 2 tavole con incisioni su rame, fuori testo, poste prima di ognuna delle due parti del volume, con soggetti erotici. EROTOPAEGNION SIVE PRIAPEIA VETERUM ET RECENTIORUM VENERI JOCOSAE SACRUM Raccolta di poemi ed epigrammi erotici di Girolamo Angeriano (Napoli ca. 1470 – Ariano di Puglia 1535), poeta e umanista, membro dell’Accademia pontaniana; il suo nome non compare nel volume. L’opera, pubblicata per la prima volta a Firenze nel 1512, ebbe grande successo in Francia ed è qui riproposta nell’edizione stampata a Parigi nel 1798, su carta azzurrina, usuale nel ‘700. L’Erotopaegnion o Priapeia è una raccolta di brevi poemi in latino scritti in forma di epigramma giocoso, ispirati all’A. dai similari poemi della latinità, attribuiti a poeti quali Virgilio, Ovidio, Marziale e altri; questi epigrammi venivano solitamente affissi alle statue del dio Priapo. Queste statue, spesso grossolanamente intagliate in tronchi d’albero situati in orti e giardini, erano fornite di un enorme fallo, simbolo di fertilità e spauracchio contro i ladri di prodotti agricoli. I poemi sono scherzose variazioni su pochi temi continuamente ricorrenti: commenti alle enormi proporzioni degli attributi virili di Priapo e alle sue iperboliche prestazioni erotiche, minacce ai ladri di punizioni consistenti in violenze sessuali, attacchi contro le donne troppo vecchie o troppo libidinose, il tutto giocato attraverso doppi sensi e giochi di parole. Le due incisioni su rame, poste all’inizio delle due parti della raccolta, raffigurano personaggi e divinità pagane dotati di attributi virili smisurati e sono ornate da cornici con disegni raffiguranti l’attributo maschile. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A New and General Biographical Dictionary;

      London: G. G. and J. Robinson [and 26 others], , 1798. containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation; particularly the British and Irish … A New Edition in Fifteen Volumes, Greatly Enlarged and Improved. 15 volumes, octavo (208 × 121 mm). Contemporary streaked calf, flat spines, black morocco title-pieces to the second compartment, red morocco roundel numbering-pieces to the fifth, compartments gilt with zig-zag tools, single foliate rolled panel to the boards, edges sprinkled red. Bound with the half-titles. Lightly rubbed at the edges, head- and tailcaps, joints, but all the joints completely sound, which is extremely unusual with streaked or tree calf, contents clean. First thus. An excellent set in a handsome, perhaps provincial, contemporary binding. All front pastedowns with the ownership of S. Brough, dated 1804, and the armorial bookplates of Benjamin Haworth, most likely Benjamin Blades Haworth (1763–1836), the son and heir of the wealthy merchant Benjamin Haworth. The family lived at Haworth Hall, formerly Hull Bank House, in Cottingham. The library containing many of Benjamin's books was sold in 1936.

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        Memorie over de rivier het Haringvliet en de reede van Hellevoetsluis. (Antwoord op de vraag: Welke zijn de oorzaken van het aanwassen der plaat op de reede van Helvoetsluis en van de aanmerkelijke vernauwing der reede?) pp. 67-150 in 10e deel. (&) Verhandeling over het aanleggen en maaken van zoogenaamde drooge dokken in de Hollandsche zeehavens, byzonder te Hellevoetsluis. pp. 1-20 in 13e deel.

      Rotterdam, Dirk Vis, 1796-1798. - 3 delen in 1. 4to. (IV)+222;LIII+(3)+363;XIV+(2)+268 pp. Met 3 gegrav. titelvign., 3 uitsl. krtn. (w.v. 1 in kleur). Gebonden. Half leer uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Onderkant rug iets beschadigd). Verhandelingen Bataafsch Genootschap der Proefondervindelyke Wysbegeerte, 10e-12e deel. * Kemper 468, 166. - Meegebonden in 10e deel: DAVID HEILBRON, Verhandeling over het beslag op de tong, pp. 1-66); A.F. GOUDRIAAN, Antwoord op de vraage [.], welke is de zekerste en minstkostbaare wijze om fondeeringsputten of kolken [.] te graaven, droogtemaaken en groogtehouden? pp. 151-222 (met 3 uitsl. platen). Kemper 330; 11e deel: E.J.T. à THUESSINK, Geval van een gelukkige geneezing eener borstwonde, pp. 1-10; F.W. VAN DER LEEUW, Beschrijving van eene aanmerkelijke zak-waterzucht, pp. 11-17; L. BICKER, Bericht van eene verbaazende meenigte van etter door de paracenthesis, pp-18-26 (met 1 plaat); JOHANNES ROBOL, Twaalf waarneemingen wegens het gebruik van het heulsap in de verstervingen der teenen en voeten, pp. 29-48; L. BICKER, Waarneming van een oogenschijnlijk bevrucht eijernest, pp. 49-126; JAN ROCHUSSEN, verhandeling over het vervaardigen van teekeningen voor den conusspiegel, pp. 127-134 (met 1 plaat); JACOB FLORYN & H.W. ROUPPE, Bericht wegens de waarneming der Zons-verduistering van den 5den September 1793, pp. 135-143; WILLEM HENDRIK VAN HAAFTEN, Verhandeling over de ziekteteekenen uit de oogen, pp.147-218; DAVID HEILBRON, idem., pp. 219-306; PETRUS JACOBUS VAN MAANEN, Verhandeling over het gebruik der brillen en oogglazen, 307-363; 12e deel: PIETER GLAVIMANS, Verhandeling over de nuttigheid en noodzakelijkheid der drooge-dokken, pp. 21-42. Kemper 167; ABRAHAM VAN STIPRIAAN LUÏSCIUS, Verhandeling (over) de oorzaaken der verrotting in plantaardige en dierlijke zelfstandigheden, en welke zijn de verschijnsels en uitwerksels die door dezelve daar in geboren worden, pp. 43-154 (met 1 uitsl. plaat); A.F. GOUDRIAAN, Verhandeling (over den) aanleg van paal- en rijswerken, pp. 155-214 (met 1 uitsl. plaat), Kemper 1232; JACOB DE GELDER, Een volkomen stelkundig betoog van het Theorema van Newton, pp. 215-238 & Verhandeling over de reeksen, dienende om de rapporten van de cirkelboogen tot derzelver sinussen (enz.)., pp. 239-268.

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        The New Encyclopaedia; or Modern Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. On a New and Improved Plan, in Which all the Respective Sciences are Arranged Into Complete Systems. Other Title: The New Royal Encyclopaedia; or Complete Modern Universal.

      C. Cooke, London 1798 - Third edition of volume I [1798], with the first title above, second edition of volumes II and III [1795], with the Royal Encyclopaedia title, with the "Royal" designation removed in later editions. A hefty three volume set (complete) with 153 copper plates and maps, including some folding maps. Contains many brief encyclopedic entries in alphabetical orders plus longer, mainly illustrated, sections ("systems" or "treatises") on a variety of subjects: Aerology; Aerostation (hot air balloons); Agriculture; Algebra; Amphibiology; Anatomy; Annuities; Architecture; Arithmetic; Astronomy (includes plates of telescopes); Book- Keeping; Botany; Brewing; Chronology; Chymistry; Comparative Anatomy; Concology; Dialling; Distillation; Drawing; Earth; Earthquakes; Electricity; Entomology; Farriery; Fencing; Fluxions; Fortification; Gardening; Geography (this section includes six folding maps); Geometry; Globes; Grammar; Heraldry; Hydrostatics and Hydraulics (one plate includes a diving bell); Icthyology; Knighthood; Logic; Mammalia (includes a plate showing whales); Mechanics; Medicine; Mensuration and Gauging; Miscroscopic Apparatus (microscopes); Midwifery; Military Affairs; Music; Natural History; Naval Affairs; Navigation (includes a folding map showing Cook's voyages); Optics; Oratory; Ornithology; Peerage; Perspective; Pneumatics; Projectiles; Steam Engines; Surgery; Surveying; Trigonometry; Vermeology; Volcanos; and War. Hard to find a complete set, as many have been broken up for their handsome copper plate engravings and maps. Suede or suede-like cloth, dual red and black spine labels, marbled endpapers, unpaginated, volumes I and III about 6 cm thick; volume II about 7.5 cm thick. Externally quite worn, with chipped spines (see image provided), joints cracked but covers attached (the front cover of volume II is barely attached), covers peeling, evidence of old worming to the covers and joints. Intermittent foxing, from light to moderate, some occasional offsetting. Volume I: One text page has a stitched repair, a few lower edge chips, final twelve leaves of text dampstained toward the outer edge, miscellaneous other chips and closed tears, none affecting plate images. Volume II: first few leaves detached, several pages have closed tears from the bottom edge, several pages and plates with inner margin dampstains near the top edge, several plates with closed tears starting from the bottom margin. Volume III: numerous edge chips and closed tears, a few dampstains to margins, last four leaves have dampstains at outer edge. A worn but quite decent copy overall, a venerable old set suitable for breaking although we would rather see it stay together, handsome despite the obvious signs of use. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        El Arte poética de Aristóteles en castellano

      - Madrid, En la Imprenta de don Benito Cano, 1798, 1 h. en blanco + 1 h. [portada] + 2 h. [Dedicatoria ¿Al Excelentísimo Señor D. Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos¿] + viii [¿Al que leyere¿] + 1 h. [grabado de Aristóteles, por Salesa y Cecchini] + 138 p. [texto bilingüe: griego en páginas pares y castellano en impares hasta la p. 96. Notas de la p. 97 al final.] + 1 h. en blanco, 17 × 24,5, enc. plena piel de época algo fatigada con ruedas, tejuelo y dorados en lomo, exlibris y sello de anteriores propietarios, mancha de humedad decreciente en ángulo inferior interno de las páginas que no afecta a lectura ni al cuerpo del grabado, guardas en marmoleado, muy amplio de márgenes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Los enamorados o Galatea y sus bodas: Historia pastoral comenzada por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Abreviada después y continuada y últimamente concluida por D. Cándido María Trigueros. [4 TOMOS EN 2 VOLS.]

      - PRIMERA EDICION.- Madrid: Imp. Real, 1798.- 4 tomos en 2 vols. (XXXII,174; XXIV,151 = LII,166; 184 pp.); 8º menor (16,3 x 11 cm.); Plena Piel, lomo cuajado con filetes en cabeza, pie y tejuelos, florones dorados, bandas doradas sobre los nervios, 2 tejuelos.- En general, buen estado, teniendo sólo alguna ligera mancha de humedad y restaurado de pequeñas faltas en la portadilla y tercera hoja del tomo III. La obra empieza inspirándose en Cervantes y luego en Florián, siendo concluida por Trigueros desde la segunda parte. Está muy en la línea literaria del XVIII español, siendo obra muy rara. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Canterbury tales of Chaucer. To which are added an essay on his language and versification, and an introductory discourse: together with notes and a glossary. By the late Thomas Tyrwhitt, Esq. F.R.S. - [Complete in 2 volumes]

      Oxford : at the Clarendon Press, MDCCXCVIII 1798 - Physical desc.: 2 v.,plate : port. ; (4to). Referenced by: Alston III.40. English Short Title Catalog, T75508. Subject: Songs, English - 17th century. Very good copies both in the original, full contemporary gilt-blocked burgundy Morocco. Raised bands with the titles blocked direct in gilt. Minor, generalized wear and toning to the spine bands and panel edges. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 5 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Geschichte der kleinen Fichtenraupe oder der Larve von der Phalaena Monacha Linn., nebst einen Beitrag zur Berichtigung der Ausrottungsmittel dieser Waldverheererin und einer mit Farben erleuchteten Kupfertafel (by J. Joerdens) (AND) Laspeyres: "Sesiae Europae. Iconibus et descriptionibus illustratae" (AND) Esper: "Beobachtungen an einer neuentdeckten Zwitterphaläne des Bombyx Crataegi".

      - Hof, G.A. Grau, 1798. 4to. 46 pp., 1 l., one hand-coloured engraved plate by the author dated 1797 and two original lithographed and printed green wrappers showing the moths and their larvae with a flourishing pine tree as well as the same with the tree stripped bare. Fine contemporary full calf with elaborate gilt empire-style spine and board edges, and marbled wrappers.* Three rare work, that by Joerdens neither in Nissen nor in Cat. BM(NH), but in Horn-Schenkling. Most probably the two peculiar, nicely illustrated wrappers were designed by Johann Joerdens himself. On the verso of the first blank page it states "Ein Missverständniss" as the tree is a "Föhrenbaum" instead of a "Fichte". ADDED are two other entomological publication, namely Laspeyres', "Sesiae Europae. Iconibus et descriptionibus illustratae". Berlini, Sumptibus Auctoris, 1801. 3 ll., 32 pp., one partly hand-coloured engraving and engraved title including a vignette (AND) Esper's "Beobachtungen an einer neuentdeckten Zwitterphaläne des Bombyx Crataegi". Erlangen, Walthers, 1778. 20 pp., 1 hand-coloured engraving by I. Volckart with only the title being slightly foxed. Both additional papers are rare too, and in fine copies. The plate of the Bombyx crataegi L. is the first illustration of this insect. Horn-Schenkling, 6093 (Esper), 11274 (Joerdens), 12789 (Laspeyres). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Oficina de Villalpando Madrid. 1798. 25h(prologo e vida de Shakespeare)+379Pág. Pasta española. 21x15. 1ªEdición y 1ªTraduccion Española de la Grandíssima Obra de Shakespeare. la firma de Inarco Celenio en la Gran Obra es un seudónimo del Gran Dramaturgo Leandro Fernández de Moratín que tras su estancia en Inglaterra y su llegada a España confiesa haber traducido la famosa Obra. Extremadamente raríssima y difícil en comercio. N° de ref. de la librería 8.7 Biblioteca B.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Como Nuevo.

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        The Dramatic Writings : of Will. Shakespeare Accurately Printed from the Text of Mr. Stevens's Last Edition - [Complete in Nine Volumes] - [With an Account of the Life & C. of William Shakespeare by William Rowe]

      London : Printed By H. Baldwin And Son, For C. Dilly, J. Johnson, G. G. And J. Robinson, R. Baldwin, H. L. Gardner, [And 32 Others In London] 1798 - Related Names: Steevens, George, 1736-1800. English drama - Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600. Finely bound all in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with titles and volume numbers gilt-blocked. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Elucidario das palavras, termos, e frases, que em Portugal antiguamente se usárão, e que hoje regularmente se ignorão: obra indispensavel para entender sem erro os documentos mais raros, e preciosos, que entre nós se conservão.

      Na Officina de Simao Thaddeo Ferreira,, Lisboa, 1798 - Due volumi di cm. 29,5, pp. (4) 484 + (2) d'errata; pp. 416, 62 + (2) d'errata. Con illustrazioni nel testo e 5 tavole f.t. incise in rame. Solida legatura del tempo in piena pelle, dorsi lisci con fregi e titoli in oro su doppi tasselli. Come riscontrato in altri esemplari, il secondo volume è stampato su carta azzurra. Esemplare fresco, genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Esemplare appartenuto al celebre scrittore di storia portoghese Prospero Peragallo (1823-1916) di cui appare ai frontespizi la firma di possesso ed alle carte di guardia alcune note sull'opera: "Rarissimo in commercio e molto ricercata questa edizione. Mi costò in un incanto in Lisbona 10.000 Rey.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts: illustrated with engravings. Vol I

      GG and J Robinson, London 1798 - A good copy of the first volume of this important work, in more recent half leather binding, with 24 black and white plates. William Nicholson published the first part of his monthly Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and The Arts¿ in April 1797. This is the complete series for volume 1 running from April 1797 to March 1798. Each month consisting of a collection of papers submitted by various authors. In contrast to the Transactions of The Royal Society, which has many glittering names but also many poor contributions, all of these papers have scientific merit. The papers themselves are well presented and structured, with references, descriptions of experiments, analyses and reasoned results. As such it represents a style that we would associate today with a learned journal presenting research outcomes from our Universities and Research Organisations. Nicholson edited this journal from its inception up to its closure in 1814, though some reports claim it was merged with a similar scientific journal of its time, the Philosophical Magazine to form The Philosophical Magazine and Journal. Nicholson was particularly supportive of new and emerging authors, accepting short papers from researchers early in their careers. The journal was also the forum for some significant discoveries in its later years, including Nicholson's and Carlisle's experiment that split water in hydrogen & oxygen in 1800, the first examples of flying machines by George Cayley in 1809, and the discovery of palladium in 1803 by William Hyde Wollaston. Included in this volume is a significant paper for its time on the study of methods of obviating the effects of heat and cold in time pieces ¿ an essential requirement to develop an accurate method of measuring longitude. Amongst the inventions is a Gravimeter, used to measure the specific gravity of fluids ¿ and so important for quality brewing. The August 1797 section opens with ¿an account of a new system of measures established in France¿. This may have been the first presentation to an English audience of the Metric System; and predates the official adoption of the metric system in France in 1799. The half leather binding has raised bands and gilt compartments with title label to the spine and marbled boards. The new endpapers have a bookplate of Charles Hood to the front pastedown. The binding is in very good condition. Internally, there are signatures of Arthur Pearson 1834 and Eng Obach 1896 to a preliminary. The text pages are generally clean and in good to very good condition. P95 has a small piece out of the outer page margin not affecting text. The plates have some foxing and occasional light brown staining. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Practical Education

      Printed for J. Johnson, London 1798 - The gilt lettering on the spine has been done in a rather plain and pedestrian manner. Some minor foxing to preliminary leaves and occasional spots of foxing throughout. A few light patches of foxing to the folding plates. Offsetting to endpapers.; Two volumes in one. Rebound in a recent full light brown morocco binding with red label on spine. Light brown endpapers. (iii)-x, [1 (contents)], [1 (Material Errata)], 385, [1 (blank)], [1 (title page to Volume II)], [1 (blank)], (387)-775, [1 (blank)], [18 (Index and Additions to the Index)], [2 (Corrections and Errata)] + 2 folding plates. Lacking half-titles. Page dimensions: 270 x 210mm. Page edges speckled. Owner's signature of Philip Ashton Smithers dated February 1939.; 4to 11" - 13" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Essays on the Microscope; containing a Practical Description of the Most Improved Microscopes; a General History of Insects, their transformations, peculiar habits, and oeconomy .

      London: Printed by Dillon and Keating, for the Editor . 1798 - an account of the various species, and singular properties, of the Hydrae and Vorticellae: a description of three hundred and eighty-three Animalcula: with a concise catalogue of interesting objects . by the late George Adams Mathematical Instrument Maker to His Majesty. The Second Edition, with considerable additions and improvements, by Frederick Kanmacher.; large quarto (leaves 27 cm. tall), vii, [7], 724 pp., frontispiece, 32 folding plates at end; lacks half title and a later issue of the frontispiece "Truth discovering Time" dated 1801 in the plate; early marbled paper covered boards with leather spine and tips now rubbed and darkened, hinges weak and front free endpaper creased, general age toning with age staining to all the pictorial mater but never severe, overall good+. Photos available upon request.

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        Adreß-Kalender der Königlich Preußischen Haupt- und Residenz-Städte Berlin und Potsdam, besonders der daselbst befindlichen hohen und niederen Collegien, Instanzen und Expeditionen, auf das Jahr 1798.

      Berlin, Johann Friedrich Unger, (1798).. 377, 51 Seiten. Interimsbroschur. Kl. 8°. Etwas schräggelesen, mit den üblichen Altersspuren, sonst in gutem und frischem Zustand.. Mit Genehmigung der Königlich Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. - Siehe Foto.

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        An Essay On British Cottage Architecture: Being An Attempt to perpetuate to perpetuate on Principle, that peculiar mode of Building, which was originally the effect of Chance

      Hookham and Carpenter et al, London 1798 - 27 pages in text. 33 x 27 c m. Twenty-one sepia engraved aquatint plates illustrate fourteen designs for rustic retreats, some showing variations of window treatment and surface finishes with the same basic form. MILLARD 42. "Malton had succumbed, deeply, to the influence of Uvalde Price.he was unwilling to accept Dr. Johnson's definition of the cottage as `a mean habitation,' regarding it rather a a hallowed sanctuary.a symbol of a particularly British tradition, to be upheld and preserved at all costs." Malton also made a plea, surprisingly early for preservation, noting, unless protected they will exist "no where but on the canvas of the painter." His designs set the image of the picturesque dwelling that was to survive as the popular ideal in England for a hundred years or more. ABBEY LIFE 34. ARCHER 197.1 "Malton presented this series of 14 designs "to those Nobleman and Gentlemen of taste." COLTON p.535. "These two book [this title and a Collection of Designs for Rural Retreats] establish Malton as a pioneer of the cottage orne." Minor spotting, dampstain to bottom lower corner of most plates are marginal not affecting images, some marginal toning to plates, contemporary owner inscription on half-title dated 1800. Modern quarter brown morocco and marbled boards. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Parte Occidentale Dell' Antico, Enuovo Messico con la Floridae la Bassa Luigiana. / La Parte Orientale Dell' Antico, Enuovo Messico con la Floridae la Bassa Luigiana.

      Rome 1798 - A large scale rare map of the southern US, Mexico and the Gulf printed in two sheets and joined together."This map is taken from Giovanni Maria Cassini, Nuevo atlante geografico universale. . .described in Phillips' List of Geographical Atlases, title 670" (Lowery 438)This map is based on the important Mitchell map of North America. The US-Florida boundry is not drawn. The name of Florida appears in the title. The southern tip of Florida is based on Bellin's model of many islands. The cartouch in the upper right depicts Spanish troops regaining territory at the end of the 18th century. The lower left cartouch depicts natives hunting jaguars., Size : 505x680 (mm), 19.875x26.75 (Inches), Hand Colored in Outline

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        Der treue Rathgeber in der Haus- und Landwirthschaft gesammelt und herausgegeben von einem Freunde derselben. (Angebunden): Anonym: Der Oekonomische Künstler, welcher Brantwein aus Getraide, aus Weinhefen, Obst und Kräutern; ingleichen Malz, Liqueurs, Aquavite, Eßige, Seife und Lichter zu verfertigen lehret, nebst einem Unterricht von andern nöthigen häußlichen Wissenschaften. Zweite ganz umgeänderte und vermehrte Auflage. (Angebunden): Weinlig, Christian Gottlob: Gründliche Anweisung zur Verfertigung der so genannten Branntweine oder Aquavite, und der feinen Liqueure, nebst einem Anhange, worin die Bereitung verschiedener ausländischen Chokolaten gelehret wird. Zweite verbesserte Auflage.

      I: Behrens, Frankfurt 1798. II: Paul Friedrich Vogel, Leipzig 1796. III: Königl. Realschul-Buchhandlung, Berlin 1796. - 3 Teile in einem Band. 16,6 x 10 cm. I: 4 Bl., 160 Seiten. II: 2 Bl., 124 Seiten. III: 68 Seiten. Ohne die Kupfertafel (fehlt!). Teile I und III zum Zeitpunkt der Recherche über KVK nicht in deutschen Bibliotheken nachweisbar. Engelmann, Bibliotheca mechanico-technologica S. 207 (II). I und III nicht bei Engelmann. Pappband der Zeit, angestaubt, gebräunt und fleckig, Kanten etwas berieben, Rücken unten mit Fehlstelle im Bezug und ohne Rückenschildchen. Innen teils etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, Teile II und II mit einigen alten Farbstiftanstreichungen und Anmerkungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Goegler]
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        Isole di Majorca, D Ivica e di Formentera

      1798 1798 - Grabado en color original de 49x39 cm.El mapa muestra la isla de mallorca,con Ibiza y un inserto de Formentera.el mapa forma parte de la obra 'Atlante Novissimo' publicado en Venecia.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        Titus Livius von Patavium. Römische Geschichte von Erbauung der Stadt an. Nach Drakenborchscher Ausgabe aus dem lateinischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Gottfried Große.,

      Wien und Prag, Fritz Haas, 1798-99. - Jeder Band mit einer Kupfertafel als Frontispiz u. gestochenem Titelblatt mit Titelkupfer. XXIV, 319 S.; 528 S.; 504 S.; 388 S.; 358 S.; 451 S., 1nn. S.; 5535 S., 1 nn. S.; 348 S., 3 nn. S. (weiß); 349 S., 3 nn. S. (weiß); 286 S., Titelblatt (Register), 72 Seiten. Das berühmte Hauptwerk des römischen Geschichtsschreibers Tius Livius in deutscher Übersetzung. Einbände teils leicht berieben, einige Ecken minimal bestoßen, alle Titelblätter unten mit hs. Besitzervermerk von alter Hand, Titel sowie die ersten u. letzten 4 Bll. von Bd. I leicht wasserrandig, in den restlichen Bänden nur auf wenigen Seiten das eine oder andere kleine Braunfleckchen. Insgesamt gut erhaltene, sehr schöne Reihe in prächtigen Einbänden. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 8° (ca. 19x12 cm), Ganzlederbände der Zeit mit besonders reicher, ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel sowie Bandnummer auf je einem roten und grünem Lederrückenschild. Buntpapiervorsätze, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt.

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      Chez Moutardier, PARIS 1798 - MILLOT CL.FR. XAV.ABREGE DE L'HISTOIRE ROMAINE ORNE DE 49 ESTAMPES GRAVEES EN TAILLE-DOUCE AVEC LE PLU GRAND SOIN.Paris, Chez Moutardier 1798.[Figurato-Raro] (cm. 29,3) Bella legatura originale in pieno vitello maculato, filetti ai piatti e dorso riccamente ornato con emblemi al centro degli specchi il tutto in oro.-pp. VIII, 192.con antiporta figurata + 48 bellissime tavv. f.t. in rame di cui 3 più volte ripiegate.Edizione rara apparsa nel 1789, e non citata dai principali nostra edizione è ben impressa con i rami originali, alcuni datati 1760-1761-1762 da non confondere con le riedizioni del 1796 e 1805 con figure molto meno belle.Le tavv. sono firmate: Piauger, Tardieu, Graverot, Saint-Aubin, Aveline, Chenu, Gaucher, Lorraine, Mesnil, Ransonnet ecc.tutte molto belle e nitide.Per confronti con l'edizione del 1789 vedi:-BARBIER I 27;-CHOEN I p.1-BOISSAIS "Le livre a graveurs" 1948, pag 124;-SANDER "Les livres illustres francais" 1926, pag 1;nonchè GRAESSE e BRUNET.Vecchio minimo restauro agli angoli della legatura e alle cuffie, altrimenti bell'esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DEL MÁS FAMOSO ESCUDERO SANCHO PANZA, desde la Gloriosa Muerte de D. Quixote de la Mancha hasta el Ultimo Día y Postrera Hora de su Vida. Parte Segunda.

      Imp. de Villapando, Madrid 1798 - 1ª ed. 9.8x14.6. 8h. 270pp. Pasta castellana de época. Buen ejemplar. Palau 100614. CCPB000072002-X. Rius (II. 440) claramente no conoce la primera parte, publicada en 1793. El autor (1745-1792) fue cirujano de la marina antes de literato, y fue autor, además de varias obras cervantinas, de un periódico gaditano y 'Modo de Preservarse de los Rayos a las Personas. Si en una tronada será más conveniente abrir puertas y ventanas, o lo contrario.' Bastante raro. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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      Typis Societatis 1798 - Madrid. 1798. 16X10. Piel con cierres. XXXV+564Pág+CXCVII (Comune Sanctorum)+150Pág (Proprium Festorum quae in hispania) con 2 gravados a la madera de la época. Leve polilla. Muy bello ejemplar. Ref 13 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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        A Dictionary of the English Language: in which the Words are Deduced from their Originals, Explained in their Different Meanings, and Authorised by the Names of the Writers in whose Works they are Found. Abstracted from the Folio Edition,... to which are Prefixed, A Grammar of the English Language, and the Preface to the Folio Edition

      London: E. Bathurst, R. Dodsley, P. Vaillant [et al], 1798. . Eleventh edition. One volume bound in two. (986) pp. 20th century red calf, spines with raised bands, gilt lettered labels. Spines a little faded and worn, some occasional light marks to leaves at the front of each volume, a very good set. Fleeman, 56.1DA/19. An uncommon issue amongst the numerous abridged editions of Johnson’s dictionary published in the late 18th century, ESTC listing only 2 copies in the UK and 3 in North America.

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