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        Traité complet sur les symptomes, les effets, la nature et le traitement des maladies syphilitiques. Paris, Selbstverlag, 1798.

      1798. 2 Bde. (4), XV, LVI, 384 SS. (4), LXIV, 448 SS. Zeitgenössische Pergamentbände mit zweifärbigen, goldgeprägten Rückenschildchen. Dreiseitiger marmorierter Schnitt. 8vo. Seltene erste Ausgabe, die dt. Übertragung war erst 1802 abgeschlossen. - Der 1748 als Sproß einer schwedischen Familie in Steyr geborene Verfasser erwarb sich in Wien eine bedeutende Praxis in der Syphilisbehandlung. Sein vorliegendes Hauptwerk begründete rasch seinen Weltruhm und erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen u. Übersetzungen. Schwediaur, der sich auch Swediauer nannte und von manchen Bibliographen unter diesem Namen geführt wird, starb 1824. - Zeitgenössischer Besitzvermerk am Titel, kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. Schönes Exemplar. Hirsch/H. V, 179. Proksch I, 48. Waller 8768. Blake 441. Vgl. Lesky 603 u. Engelmann 569. Nicht bei Osler.

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        Das Rothe Blatt, eine Dekadenschrift. (2. Trimester: . eine Monatsschrift). (Hrsg. von Joseph Görres). Jahrgang 1, 1. und 2. Trimester (alles Erschienene). 2 Bde. 296, 28 S. (Anzeigen); 304 S., 2 Bl. Prachtvolle rote Maroquinbde um 1840 mit Rückenvergoldung und Deckelblindprägung. Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung. Kopfgoldschnitt.

      Koblenz, (Lassaulx), l Ventose im VI. Jahre der Republik (19. Februar 1798). - Eine der radikalsten Schriften deutscher jakobinischer Publizistik, in der Görres Gewalt gegen die herrschenden Verhältnisse fordert, die Abschaffung des Adels, den Einmarsch der Revolutionstruppen in die rechtsrheinischen Gebiete, um das Volk, das selbst nicht zu einer Revolution reif sei, zu befreien. Mit Biergans und M. Metternich gehörte Görres zu den radikalsten "Cisrhenanen". In der Einleitung der "den Vätern und Pflegevätern der Eudämonie, der ganzen Aristokraten-, Zeloten- und Obskurantenbande" gewidmeten Zeitschrift schreibt er: "Die unbedingte Freymüthigkeit wird unser Gesetz seyn, und wie sollte es auch nicht, da die Presse bey uns keinen anderen Zwang kennt, als den ihr der Wohlstand und die Moral vorschreibt. Mit dem einen Arme werden wir den Aristokratis'm bekämpfen, mit dem andern dem Ungeheuer der Clischy ins Gesicht greifen, und noch Stärke genug übrig behalten, auch der Anarchie, wenn sie bey uns Anhänger finden sollte, Trotz zu bieten. Der Pfaffheit werden wir die Larve abziehn, Heuchler und Hypokriten verfolgen, gesunde Ideen überall in Umlauf zu setzen suchen, und soviel an uns ist, dem Republikanis'm einen vollständigen Sieg über seine lichtscheuen Gegner erkämpfen helfen. Unterstütze uns in unserer Bemühung, erhabener Schutzgeist der Freyheit! und unsere Anstrengungen werden, zum Wohl der Menschheit, nicht umsonst verschwendet seyn." – Hervorragend schönes, fast unbeschnittenes Exemplar, dem die Orig.-Umschläge, soweit sie bedruckt sind, beiliegen. Äußerst selten! Seit 1906 kann ich nur ein weiteres Exemplar dieser Zeitschrift aus der Frühzeit von Görres nachweisen. – Salomon 2, 19; Diesch 1277; Kirchner 1765; Hocks/Schmidt S. 53; Goed. VI 203, 2.

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        Nuovo Testamento del Signor Nostro Gesú Cristo secondo la volgata tradotto in Lingua Italiana e con Annotazioni, Illustrato

      nella Stamperia Reale, Torino 1798 - nuova ed. riveduta, corretta e accresciuta MDCCXCVIII del Tomi I.-II. e MDCCXCIX dei Tomi III.--VI. dell'opera. L'opera si compone di 6 brossure in-8° mute in carta di recupero tinta in rosso porpora. Stato buono (usura della copertina - copertina e pagine brunite - pagine con qualche fioritura). Tomo I. (MDCCXCVIII), pp. 312 - Tomo II. (MDCCXCVIII), pp. 428 - Tomo III. (MDCCXCIX), pp. 420 - Tomo IV. (MDCCXCIX), pp. 352 - Tomo V. (MDCCXCIX), pp. 304 - Tomo VI. (MDCCXCIX), pp. 336. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Leben des K.K. Kapellmeisters Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart, nach Originalquellen beschrieben.

      - Prag, in der Herrlischen Buchhandlung, 1798, 4°, (2), 78 pp., marmor. Papierumschlag d. Zt., in neuer Halbleinen-Kassette. Erste Ausgabe - Höchst seltene Originalausgabe der frühesten selbständigen Mozartbiographie, wichtiges Quellenwerk. - - Franz Xaver Niemetschek (1766 - 1849) ist auch der hier enthaltene, später formulierte Augenzeugenbericht zu verdanken, der das erste Auftreten der Mozart Kinder am Wiener Kaiserhof schildert. - - Zu den Vorbesitzern des Bandes gehört der Musikforscher Max Zenger, der die Titelseite in seiner zusammen mit O.E. Deutsch hrsg. Mozart-Ikonographie abgebildet hat (Nr. 576). - - Geringfügig gebräunt. Ein Drittel der Seiten 29/39 (Pagina p.29) verdruckt) ist schräg abgeschnitten; das vollständige Blatt wurde in einem sehr guten Faksimile zusätzlich eingefügt. Breitrandiges Exemplar. - - The first significant separate biography of the composer, and a primary source for many episodes in Mozart's life. The work is extremely rare: we have only one a copy at auction during the century. - - - - Keller Nr. 247; Wolffheim II, 576; RISM (écrits impr.) S. 612 (für Österreich nur ein Exemplar nachgewiesen! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Catalogue d'une Très-Belle et Riche collection de Tableaux qui composoient le cabinet de feu P. J. Doncker, en son vivant Peintre et Amateur; Dont la vente se sera publiquement (en argent de change et le sol au florin) le 17 Prairial, an 6 (5 Juin 1798, v. s.) à la Salle de ventes, dite La Balance, sur la grande Place, à Bruxelles, No. 348, Sect. 8. Lesquels seront à voir deux jours avant la vente à ladite salle depuis neuf heures du matin jusqu'à midi et l'après-midi depusi deux jusqu'à cinq heures

      Brussels: De l'Imprimerie de M. J. G. Simon, près Bon-Secours, chez qui ce catalogue se distribue, moyennant deux sols France pour les pauvres, 1798. First Edition. Very good antiquarian condition. 8vo; 22 pp. + 1 f. (blank), 94 lots of paintings, all but the last 16 lots priced in contemporary manuscript. Fore-edge uncut, slightly ragged, and beginning to curl affecting legibility of a few MS prices. On title-page 1 cm. of outer margin has toned to brown, a few leaves carelessly opened (not affecting text). Our copy does not have the 4-page Supplement which is present in the INHA copy. Recent sympathetic wrappers. Priced copy of the sale catalogue of the relatively small, now very little known collection formed by P.J. Doncker which included no less than thirteen paintings by David Teniers. That this sale catalogue is not recorded in the Getty Provenance Database (sic) and almost nothing is known about this collector invites further scholarly inquiry. The significant Jordaens finished sketch of Apollonia is lot 33 (now at the Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam). Lot 1 is the Philips Wouwerman "Landscape with a Hawking Party Stopped by a River" (ca. 1650) which is recorded by Smith vol. IX, Supplement, p. 227, no. 258, and Hofstede de Groot, vol. II, p. 472, no. 695 (with Sphinx Fine Art 2015). Lots 83-94 consist of art reference books which indicate that the collector was more of an "amateur" than a "peintre." That art sale catalogues with prices and buyer's names were prized even in the 18th-century is attested by the auctioneer's notes for Lot 87 ("Le catalogue de monsieur Verhulst avec les prix et les noms des acheteurs") and Lot 88 ("Un paquet de catalogues avec dex prix, tant de Hollande que de la France"). OCLC finds only the KMSKA copy; to this census we add an example located at the KM Belgium (Brussels). Lugt 5773.

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        The Surprising History of the Devil and Dr. Faustus.Truly Translated from the Original Copies

      New Haven: no publisher, 1798 - The contents include fifty-five prose pages, a five page play ÒThe Necromancer: or, Harlequin Dr. Faustus,Ó and seven pages of ÒWitty Stories.Ó While apparently complete, this copy might lack a front paste-down and preliminary leaf as well as a final blank leaf; in contemporary but likely original paper-covered boards with a calf spine; some spotting and wear; good or better. While there were earlier American printings, this one is apparently unrecorded. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Elégies de Tibulle. Par Mirabeau.

      Paris 1798 3 vol. in-8 de (4)-XIX-375 pp. (4)-393-(2) pp. ; (4)-388 pp., maroquin rouge janséniste, dos à nerfs, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (Gruel). Deuxième édition illustrée de la traduction du comte de Mirabeau composée dans la prison de Vincennes. 2 portraits d'après Antoine Borel : Mirabeau en frontispice gravé par Etienne Claude Voysard et Sophie Monnier gravé par Jean-Louis Delignon ; 13 figures hors-texte gravées sur cuivre par Elluin (12) et Dupréel (1) d'après Borel (12) et Marillier (1) Les tomes I et II contiennent les Elégies, le tome troisième des Contes et nouvelles. Très bel exemplaire dans une fine reliure signée Gruel. Cohen-De Ricci, 993 ; Monglond, III, 426.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("C. Stolberg"). Tremsbüttel, 21. VII. 1798.

      1798. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Sie haben mir, Liebster Freund, unterm 16. v. M. einen kleinen Wechsel [...] gesendet der sofort ausbezahlt worden ist. Sie waren diese Summe an unseren alten Abraham Sibylletta schuldig und ich habe sie diesem sofort überwiesen. Hier ist die original Quittung die ich Ihnen zusende. Der Secunda Wechsel ist gleichfalls in Ihrem Briefe an meinen Freund vom 6. d. gekommen, den ich sogleich mit der Bemerkung daß die Prima berichtiget sei an Lawä[t]z übermacht habe. Hiemit wär also diese kleine Geschichte beendiget. Haben Sie sonst Aufträge so bitte ich Sie sehr dringend sie mir immer anzuvertrauen, sie sollen gewiß mit dem Eifer der Freundschaft ausgerichtet werden [...]". - Bei dem erwähnten Lawä[t]z wird es sich um einen der vier Brüder Lawätz - Christian Otto (1745-1801), Heinrich Wilhelm (1748-1825), Johann Daniel (1750-1826) oder Ferdinand Otto Volrath (1751-1840) - gehandelt haben; letzterer, Justizrat Ferdinand Otto Vollrath Lawätz, war von 1774 bis 96 Besitzer des adeligen Gutes Bramstedt gewesen, das von 1751 bis 56 im Eigentum von Christians Stolbergs gleichnamigem Vater Graf Christian Günther zu Stolberg (1714-1765) gestanden war. Als musterhaftes Beispiel späterer Bauernbefreiungen hob Ferdinand Otto Vollrath auf seinem Gut die Leibeigenschaft auf, wandte sich - teils unter dem Pseudonym Theodor Sclavenfeind - publizistisch gegen die Leibeigenschaft und wurde darin u. a. von Andreas Peter Graf von Bernstorff (1735-1797) unterstützt, dem Gatten von Christian Stolbergs Schwestern Henriette Katharina und - nach deren Tod - Augusta Louise. - Christian Stolberg selbst verkaufte zwei Jahre darauf, also i. J. 1800, seinen Besitz in Tremsbüttel und erwarb das Gut Windeby bei Eckernförde. - Ohne die erwähnte Quittung.

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        Naples and Sicily and the Islands of Lipari..

      1798. Rara carta geografica tratta dal Gibson's "Atlas Minimus, or a New Set of Pocket Maps of the several Empires, Kingdoms and States of the known World". Incisione in rame, perfetto stato di conservazione. Philadelphia Philadelphia G. King, "Miniature Antique Maps", p. 183. 65 95

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        The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire

      VG+, 2 vols, large paper subscribers copy, 83 pls. 31 cuts, including map, plan, portraits & views, complete. (50*30cm). In 20c Riviere half green morocco, green cloth, some gilt tooling, corners & edges rubbed. Spines, faded, raised bands, gilt tooling & titles. Vol 1, 1798, map frontis, [2], (v-xxiv), [2], 125, [1], [1], (ii-xii), (*xi-*xii), (xiii-xxxviii), 156, (*153-*158), 157-164, (165*-166*), 165-210, (*207-*214), 211-230, (229*230*), 231-414, (*411-*416), 415-434 pp, 38 index, 44 pls (2 folding), 18 woodcuts, some plates dated 1792 & 1779, paper watermarked 1794 & 1796. Vol 2, part 1 (no more published), 1802, [2], (iii-xxxii), 22, (*21-*22), 23-30, (27*-30*), 31-106, (105*-*107&107*), 107-172, (171*-*172), 173-216, (215*-217), 218-220, (*221-*222), 221-290 pp, 20 appendix, 39 pls (1 folding), 13 woodcuts, text leaves watermarked, 1794, 1799, 1796, some plates dated 1791 & 1795. Green marbled endpapers, text block edges uncut, 4 printers devices, ink name to head of tp (John Minors-listed as a subscriber), some wear to cloth covers. Shaw also produced four volumes of a periodical called The Topographer and in 1792 there were seven numbers of a continuation, Topographical Miscellanies.

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        La Parte Orientale dell' Antico e Nuovo Messico con la Florida e la Bassa Luigiana

      Rome: G. M. Cassini, 1798. unbound. Map. Engraving with original hand color. Image measures 19" x 14". This hard to find map by Giovanni Maria Cassini dates to 1798. It details the southeast United States including Florida, Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico, Central America, Cuba, Jamaica and Colombia. Florida is depicted as an Archipelago and several American Indian tribes are noted. The map also notes several towns, rivers, mountains, coastal features and other topographical features.<br><br>The most striking feature of the map is the large title cartouche in the top right. It features the Spanish Conquistadors approaching natives. The map appeared in the 1798 edition of Cassini's "Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale". <br><br>Giovanni Maria Cassini (1745 - 1824) was a geographer, engraver and globe maker based in Rome, Italy. Best known for his globes, his maps stood out for their elaborate engravings, which he did himself, unlike most publishers of the time. This is a beautiful example of his distinctive work.

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        L'Abbé de la Tour ou recueil de nouvelles & autres écrits divers.

      Leipsic [Zurich], Pierre Philippe Wolf [Paul Usteri], 1798 - 1799.3 volumes in-8 de [4]-323-[3]; X-289; [4]-197-[3[-131-[1] pages, cartonnage beige du temps, moucheté de noir, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés, pièces de titre et tomaison beige et verte, petits défauts aux reliures (coins, coiffes et mors), mouillure aux 20 derniers feuillets du premier volume. Inscription ancienne répétées sur les trois volumes: "D'Ivernois Mre de Colombier. Don de l'auteur" sur les pages de gardes; et le nom de l'auteur a été inscrit sur les pages de titre. Illustré de 5 eaux-fortes hors-texte de Legrand gravées par Duplessi Bertaux et Couché. Bien que la page de titre annonce 7 planches, l'édition n'en contient que 6, et notre exemplaire a été amputé du frontispice, remplacé ici par une misérable photocopie... Comme la correspondance de Mme de Charrière " l'indique, la seule édition dont les épreuves fussent corrigées par l'auteur avant l'impression fut celle dont se chargea Paul Usteri à Zurich et qui porte sur la page de titre l'indication 'à Leipsic, chez Pierre Philippe Wolf, 1798', c'est-à-dire le tome I du recueil L'Abbé de la Tour." Ce recueil contient au volume I: Trois femmes; vol. II: Honorine d'Userche, nouvelle, [...] suivie de Trois dialogues; vol. III: Sainte Anne et Les Ruines de Yedburg. Nous invitons nos aimables clients qui s'intéressent à Mme de Charrière à consulter le site www.belle-van-zuylen.eu mais également l'ouvrage indispensable de Philippe Godet, Mme de Charrière et ses amis, Genève, 1906, 2 volumes. Emouvant exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque de César d'Ivernois, grand ami de Mme de Charrière.

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        Practical Education

      a two-volume set neatly rebound in edge-tooled half-leather & brown cloth with 5 raised bands & gilt titles to black labels & with plain new end-papers. As a forerunner of Feminism, Anglo-Irish writer Maria Edgeworth occupies an important place in the history of women's writing. A pioneer of social realism, her novels represent a significant contribution to the literature of class, race and gender. Born at Black Bourton, Oxfordshire she spent her early years with her mother's family in England, until her mother's death when Maria was five & she joined her father at his estate in County Longford, Ireland. Two years later she was sent to schools in Derby & London but returned again to Ireland at the age of 14 & was was home-tutored in law, Irish economics and politics, science, and literature by her father. Maria Edgeworth strove for the self-realization of women and stressed the importance of the individual. She also wanted greater participation in politics by middle class women. Maria and her father, who held progressive ideas on education, particularly on the shortcomings of female education, began a lifelong academic collaboration as evidenced in this work which combines the ideas of Locke and Rousseau with scientific inquiry. Maria Edgeworth asserts that "learning should be a positive experience and that the discipline of education is more important during the formative years than the acquisition of knowledge." The system attempted to "adapt both the curriculum and methods of teaching to the needs of the child; the endeavour to explain moral habits and the learning process through associationism; and most important, the effort to entrust the child with the responsibility for his own mental culture." The ultimate goal of Edgeworth's system was to create an independent thinker who understands the consequences of their actions. Illustrated by b/w. 'Alphabet' plate in volume 1(page 45) & by two fold-out plates at the rear of volume 2.

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        Nouvelles récréations physiques et mathématiques, contenant ce qui a été imaginé de plus précieux dans ce genre et qui se découvre journellement; auxquelles on a joint les causes, leur effets, la manière de les construire, et l'amusement qu'on en peut tirer pour étonner et surprendre agréablement.

      Paris, A la librairie, Saint-André des Arts, An VII (1798).3 volumes in-8 pleine basane brune, dos lisses ornés de filets et fleurons dorés, chaque volume est frappé aux chiffres du Lycée Impérial de Casal, avec l'aigle couronné, sur le plat supérieur de chaque vol. XVI+366, VII+410, 408 pages. Illustré de 102 planches hors-texte. Le premier volume est agrémenté de galerie de vers.

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        A Journey from Bengal to England, through the Northern part of India, Kashmire, Afghanistan, and Persia, and into Russia, by the Caspian-Sea. Vol. I-II.

      London, Printed for R. Faulder, 1798. 4to. XIV + (2) + 315 + (2) + 297 pp. 1 folding engraved map. Contemporary full calf. Red leather label. Spine richly gilt. Gilt amorial seal on both covers; Sigill . W. W. Baronis Grenville Cancellarii Academie Oxoniensis. Occasional light brown spotting. Bookplate on front pastedown.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Wien, 27. IV. 1798.

      1798. 1 S. 8vo. An seinen Verleger Paul Gotthelf Kummer (1750-1835): "Hochgeschätzter Freund! Aus dem Journal wird Gott sey Dank nichts! Wegen der Nachdrucke werden Sie wohl mit H. Schauenburg auf der Messe selbst reden. Was ich in Zukunft schreibe, werde ich so einrichten, daß es hier censurirt u. gedruckt werden kann; das würde vielleicht helfen. Das an mich gesandte Päckl Bücher ist noch immer nicht angekommen. So bald es da ist, werde ich selber zu Sch. gehen, u. die wenigen mir zukommenden herausnehmen, also die Zurücksendung gar nicht aufhalten. Beyliegende ältere Theaterstücke bitte mir sammt den Neuigkeiten zu senden. Dem 2ten Bde. meiner Schauspiele sehe ich nunmehr mit Verlangen entgegen. Die Fortsetzung von 2 Expl. Wielands Schrifften unterlassen Sie ja nicht mit nach Reval zu senden, aber durch Hartknoch; sie sind für den Baron Ungern-Sternberg par Reval & Hapsal à Linden, oder auch in Reval bey Bornwasser abzugeben [...]". Kotzebue, der soeben einen Ruf als Direktor am Wiener Hoftheater angenommen hatte, hätte als Teil seiner Aufgaben ein wöchentliches kritisches "Theater-Journal" herausgeben sollen. Kotzebue unterzog sich diesem Plan nur widerwillig, zumal die Schauspieler Kritik an ihrer Spielweise fürchteten und die Vorbereitungen hintertrieben. Am 20. April ließ sich Koetzebue von der Redaktion einer solchen Zeitschrift entbinden; sein Direktorenamt legte er infolge der fortgesetzten Meinungsverschiedenheiten mit den Schauspielern noch vor Jahresende nieder. - Kummers "Verbindung zu Kotzebue begann 1786 - der Autor war gerade 25 Jahre alt - und endete mit Kotzebues Ermordung 1819. Sie war primär geschäftlich bestimmt, hatte aber auch Züge persönlicher Freundschaft. Kummer war ein sehr vorsichtiger Verleger, und so wandte sich Kotzebue gelegentlich anderen Verlagen zu, die besser honorierten, aber immer blieb Kummer der erste, dem er eine Veröffentlichung anbot, und dieser konnte nach Kotzebues Tod schreiben: 'Stets blieb Kotzebue mein Freund; ich der seinige'" (Jb. des Freien Deutschen Hochstifts 1989, Jahresbericht, S. 379). - Verso Kummers charakteristische Empfängernotizen sowie alter Sammlervermerk in roter Tinte: "21. Mai 1881 erh.".

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        Die Unentschlossenheit einer Mutter, oder die zwey Neffen. Ein Schauspiel in einem Aufzug vom Verfasser von: Trennung aus Stolz

      Munich: Joseph Lentner, 1798. First (and only?) edition. 48 pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Contemporary violet wrappers, somewhat faded, with two small tickets on front cover. RARE. First (and only?) edition. 48 pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. The Indecision of a Mother. Rare one-act play by Karl von Lütgendorf, author of Trennung aus Stolz (1794). "The Indecision of a Mother": the noble lady, fifteen years a widow, has a terrible secret. When she gave birth to a son, another woman had a boy at the same time; the two babies were mixed up and she was unable to tell which was hers. She paid the woman a thousand gulden in cash and a valuable diamond necklace, swore her to secrecy, and raised the boys as twins. Her loathsome brother-in-law discovered the secret in a deathbed confession …. Holzmann/Bohatta VII, 10495. Not in OCLC

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        Histoire abrégée des Coquillages de mer, de leurs moeurs, et de leurs amours

      Versailles Imprimerie de Ph. -D. Pierres An VI (1798). 1 vol. In-4 . Rel.demi maroquin noir, plats toilés, dos à 4 nerfs titre et auteur dorés Edition originale, illustrée de 21 planches tirées en bistre, finement dessinées et gravées par Gallien. Très bel exemplaire,

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        Die Porcelanfabrike'.

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. G. Vogel n. A. Gabler b. Johann Peter Voigt, 1798, 13,5 x 8

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        Der Schieferdecker'.

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. G. Vogel b. Johann Peter Voigt, 1798, 13,5 x 8 (Klein S. 38)

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        OEUVRES revues, corrigées par l'auteur, imprimées sur ses manuscrits autographes, et augmentées de la LA LANGUE DES CALCULS, ouvrage posthume

      P., Houel, 1798. 20 volumes (les volumes 4,18 et 22 manquent) sur les 23 volumes in-8 reliés dos de cuir rouge, plats cartonnés rose.Edition originale collective ;édition originale pour "La langue des calculs".Très bon état intérieur, bon exemplaire.

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        VARIA SYSTEMATA THEOLOGORUM DE DIVINA GRATIA

      1798. Non précisé. 1798. In-18.Carré. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Tâchée. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur acceptable. 268 pages manuscrites. Pièce de titre beige sur le dos. Titre et caissons dorés sur le dos. Tranche rouge. Mors droit fendu. Ex-Libris (Seminarii Tutellensis) au dos du 1er plat. Tampon de Grand Séminaire (Tulle) en première page. Annotation (1972) en page de garde. Systhema Thomisticum. Systema Augustinianum, etc. Introuvable.

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        Traité de méchanique céleste. 5 Bände.

      - Paris, Duprat, (Courcier u. Bachelier), An VII (=1798 - 1827). 4to. Zus. über 2100 S., 1 gefaltete Kupfertafel. Marmorierte Halbleder um 1850 (Ecken bestoßen, Deckelbezüge beschabt, Rücken erneuert). Erste Ausgabe mit allen vier Supplementen. -Grundlegende Abhandlung zur modernen Astronomie, "presents a detailed application of the Newtonian law of gravitation to the entire solar system" (Roberts/Trent). Laplace (1749-1827) arbeitete fast drei Jahrzehnte lang daran und faßte darin nicht nur die Theorien seiner Vorgänger Newton, Euler, d'Alembert, Kant und Lagrange zusammen, sondern entwickelte sie entscheidend weiter. Er bewies, daß das Weltall ein stabiles, selbstgesteuertes und sich selbst korrigierendes System sei und theoretisch eine unermeßlich lange Zeitspanne weiterbestehen könne (vorausgesetzt, die physikalische Beschaffenheit der Sonne ändere sich nicht; äußere Störungen ließ Laplace außer Acht). Damit beantwortete er die bei Newton und Euler ungelöst gebliebene Frage danach, "ob die im Sonnensystem wirkenden veränderlichen Kräfte ständig im Gleichgewicht sein könnten" (PMM), ohne daß eine göttliche Macht Abweichungen korrigiere. Auch die säkularen Schwankungen der mittleren Bewegung des Mondes um die Erde vermochte Laplace - im Gegensatz zu Euler und Lagrange - in seiner hochkomplizierten Arbeit zu erklären. - Die mehrfach gefaltete Kupfertafel mit Figuren zur Kapillarität. - Dieses Exemplar ohne den in der Norman Library und bei Roberts/Trent angegebenen Zwischentitel zum Supplement in Band 3. - Dibner 14; Horblit 63 (Kollation bis auf den o.e. Zwischentitel wie vorliegend); Norman Library 1277; Carter/Muir 252; Roberts/Trent 197; Sparrow 125. - Vor allem in den Rändern etwas gebräunt, teilw. auch stockfleckig. Band 2 in der unteren Außenecke mit leichtem Wasserrand. Alle Bände mit Exlibris u. jeweils mehreren Stempeln zweier College-Bibliotheken. 2 Titelblätter mit alten Besitzvermerken, wenige Bl. mit kleinen Ein- u. Ausrissen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lettre autographe. S. l. n. d., [vers 1798].

      1798. 2/3 de page in-8, sur vergé, avec adresse. À Adrien de Lezay Marnésia, un intime de la femme de lettres: "Vous ne voulez donc plus me voir. Venez diner chez moi et si Liveron on est libre emmenez le -pardon de ne pas signer comme vous, et de supprimer beaucoup d'autres formules qui séparent, et rendent étrangers l'un à l'autre - Je sors à 7 h faudrait-il encore passer aujourd'hui sans vous voir?" - Au cours de ce tragique printemps de 1798 et les années suivantes, Mme de Staël passe des heures presque calmes au bord du Léman. Elle accompagne son père, Jacques Necker (1732-1804), ancien ministre de Louis XVI, dans ses promenades à petits pas sous les arbres du parc du Château de Coppet, près de Genève. Elle trace, sur des cahiers de papier à grain rude, l'esquisse de quelques chapitres de ses prochains ouvrages. Le livre De la littérature s'écrit ainsi, tandis que quelques amis venus de Genève, un ou deux proscrits de Fructidor, suscitent d'un mot sa conversation. Des émigrés revenant d'Allemagne font étape à Coppet. C'est par ces Français, ADRIEN DE LEZAY, Chênedollé, et par quelques Suisses, que la femme de lettres prend une connaissance, d'abord superficielle, de l'Allemagne.

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        Discurso político sobre la importancia, y necesidad, de los hospicios, casas de expósitos y hospitales, que tienen todos los estados, y particularmente España.

      Madrid, en la imprenta de la Viuda de Ibarra, 1798. - Petit in-4. 6ff. 98pp. XXXIV. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de l'un des principaux traités de bienfaisance espagnols du 18e siècle, composé par un membre du Conseil Royal de Castille. C'est un important plaidoyer politique pour l'établissement d'orphelinats, de maisons d'éducation et d'hospices en Espagne. "Importancia, y precisión, que en todos tiempos han reconocido los Estados civiles de la ereccion de Casas de Misericordia", "Absoluta necesidad, que tiene España, del establecimiento de Casas de Misericordia por los intereses de la Religion, y de la Politica", "Necesidad de Hospicios para impedir la voluntaria mendiguez. Daños que esta ocasiona al Público, los quales no pueden evitarse con la promulgacion de Leyes, ni por otro medio, que el de los Hospicios", "Corto número de Hospicios que hay en España, respecto de los que se necesitan, y providencias del presente Gobierno para su aumento", "Se trata de la necesidad de otras Casas de Misericordia", "Casas de Expósitos", "Casas de Correccion", "Hospitales de Enfermos", etc. A la fin figurent divers textes officiels sur le sujet, avec l'exposé des idées de l'auteur pour l'établissement des maisons de bienfaisance et la construction de leurs édifices. Brunissures aux trois premiers feuillets, dues à l'encollage des plats. Très bon exemplaire par ailleurs. Palau, 185979. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hamlet. Tragedia de Guillermo Shakespeare. Madrid, en la Officina de Villalpando, 1798.

      1798. 8vo (227 x 168 mm). (48), 379, (1) pp. With engr. frontispiece by Leonetti after Giuseppe Cades, printed title with aphorism from Martial verso. Later Curwen patterned paper boards, leather title labels with gilt titles to spine. Edges uncut. The very scarce first edition of Hamlet in Spanish. Translated by the Spanish playwright and poet Leandro Fernández de Moratín (1760-1828) under the pseudonym "Inarco Celenio", this first Spanish translation was published almost two centuries after the play was first performed (c.1600) and published in quarto form (1603). De Moratín travelled to Paris where he planned to study French drama, however the events of the Revolution in France so terrified him that he fled to England where he began the translation. As de Moratín wrote in a letter to Juan Antonio Melón: "If the French had not been crazy, I would never have come to see Shakespeare's immortal works." The beginning of Hamlet's famous monologue in Act III, Scene IV is here rendered thus: "Existir ó no existir: esta es la qüestion. ¿Quál es mas digna accion del ánimo, sufrir los tiros penetrantes de la fortuna injusta, ú oponer los brazos á este torrente de calamidades, y darlas fin con atrevida resistencia?" - "In spite of Moratín's critical judgement of Hamlet, his translation was very honest, since he did not alter Shakespeare's departures from the neoclassical canon. Moratín's fidelity to the source text, even when he did not agree with it, explains the success and permanence of his translation [...] Moratín was the writer who most influenced Spanish translators of Shakespeare" (Isabel Verdaguer, "Shakespeare's 'Poem Unlimited' in Eighteenth-Century Spain", in: Translating Shakespeare for the Twenty-First Century, Amsterdam/NY 2004). This first Spanish edition of Hamlet is particularly rare in commerce and the only examples we can locate at auction are from the 1960s (two copies); COPAC lists three copies in the UK, at the British Library, Oxford and Cambridge and while OCLC locates further copies in North America, it lists only two in Spanish libraries, a copy at the Bibliothèque National de France and one at Berlin for Europe; the Folger Shakespeare Library has three copies. - A good copy with presentation in blue ink to initial blank: "Para Salvador / Abril 1948. / Oxford" and ownership inscription - presumably that of "Salvador" - beneath in blue ink with additional location detail.

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        Romans et contes

      - Chez Bleuet jeune, A Paris 1798 AN VI, in-16 (8x13cm), 12, 27, 13-235p. (3) et (2) 201pp. (3), 2 volumes reliés. - Nouvelle édition, illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice et de 3 figures de Defraine gravés par Dainbram à encadrements. Reliures en pleine basane marbrée d'époque. Dos lisses ornés de 4 fleurons, de filets. Pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin noir. Frise d'encadrement sur les plats. Roulette intérieure. Tranches dorées. Frottements en coiffes, coins et mors. Bel exemplaire. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice et de 4 figures de Defraine gravés par Dainbram à encadrements. Reliures en pleine basane marbrée d'époque. Dos lisses ornés de 4 fleurons, de filets. Pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin noir. Frise d'encadrement sur les plats. Roulette intérieure. Tranches dorées. Frottements en coiffes, coins et mors. Bel exemplaire. L'édition regroupe les oeuvres suivantes : Le Sultan Misapouf et la princesse Grisemine ; Histoire de la Félicité ; Zulmis et Zelmaïde ; Tant mieux pour elle et des petits contes : Il eut raison, Ni trop ni trop peu, Histoire de deux frères... Homme de lettre typique de cette période du XVIIIe, ami de Voltaire, galant homme hantant les salons littéraires, Voisenon fut un auteur dramatique et rédigea des contes et romans libertins qui sont parmi les fleurons de cette époque bénie en contes licencieux. Les contes sont pour la plupart orientaux, à la fois fantaisistes et légers; ils font admettre la plus grande licence sans la moindre grivoiserie.  

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        Vocabulaire Français-Arabe, contenant les mots principaux et d'un usage plus journalier. Cairo, Imprimerie Nationale, an VII de la République (1798).

      1798. 8vo. 80 pp. (Bound with) II: Almanach astrologique et philosophique a l'usage des cultivateurs et de tous les citoyens du monde. Paris, Célère, [1794]. (26), 24, 36, 24 pp. Contemporary half calf, green papered corners. Stored in custom-made blue half morocco clamshell case with gilt spine. First and only edition, hitherto known in no more than three complete copies in libraries worldwide. Unquestionably the rarest and most important of the early books printed in the Middle East, published in Cairo in the very year when modern printing was introduced to the Arab world: only in October 1798 did J. J. Marcel arrive in Cairo with his employees and types to organize the Imprimerie Orientale. "The expedition of Napoleon Bonaparte to Egypt from 1798 until 1801 was a prelude to modernity. It was to change permanently the traditional Arab world [...] The French brought Arabic typography to Egypt, where it was practised under the supervision [...] of Jean Joseph Marcel [...]. Only a few days after the French troops landed [...] they set up the Imprimerie Orientale et Française there. It was an extraordinarily important turning point. For, leaving aside the Hebrew printing presses in Egypt of the 16th to the 18th centuries, until this date announcements and news adressed to Arabs there, as well as in other parts of the Arab-Islamic world, had been spread only in hand-writing or orally, by criers, preachers or storytellers" (Glass/Roper). - Marcel's dictionary, supplemented by a French-Arabic phrasebook (p. 71 onwards), is a pocket-size guide to aid communication with the local population. Words and phrases are organized by subjects (numbers, sizes and weights, heaven and earth, time, clothing, professions, military terms, animals, plants, antiques and monuments, etc.). Many chapters are dedicated to local cuisine, to meat, vegetables and seasonings used in the Arab world; others refer to the little challenges of everyday life: "J'ai faim"; "Quand partez-vous?"; "Etrillez mon cheval"; "Ne me touchez pas", etc. Marcel's preface gives useful instructions as to the correct pronunciation of certain Arabic letters (shown) and of the Arabic words and phrases, which are given in Latin transliteration throughout the volume. - Of the utmost rarity: no copies recorded in the trade or in auction records since the early 20th century; a single copy in Worldcat (BM Lyon), to which KVK adds two more in the UK (Bodleian and Cambridge University Library). The copy in the Bibliothèque nationale de France is incomplete, lacking the title and the final leaf. - Includes an early French Revolutionary almanach for 1794 and 1795, containing the Declaration of the Rights of Man, observations on astrology and on the weather, a section relating the various parts of the human body to plants, and instructions for agriculture and gardening. Slight browning and occasional waterstaining. Binding rubbed; spine-ends repaired. A fine copy with old ownership "A. Barbet" to front flyleaf. Schnurrer (Bibliotheca Arabica) 141. Ebert 458. D. Glass/G. Roper, The Printing of Arabic Books in the Arab World, in: Middle Eastern Languages and the Print Revolution (Gutenberg Museum Mainz 2002), p. 177-225, at 182. Not in Zaunmüller. Not in Vater/Jülg. For the importance of the first modern printing press in the Arab world cf. also Albert Hourani, Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age 1798-1939 (Cambridge University Press 1983). - For the Almanach: OCLC 472031541.

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        Four Picturesque Views in North Wales

      In modern grey oblong cloth covers, with photocopied title to top cover and spine. Internally new endpapers, title page has a 7.5" closed tear, also 3 small worn holes or stab sown holes, edges a little chipped, 14 pp, 4 pl, errata pasted in, some browning and light foxing to a few fore-edges, paper watermarked J Whatman 1794, plates dated June 12, 1798, with 3 of the original tissue guards, the plates are Fall of the River Machno, Conway Castle, Pulpit of Hugh Llwyd and Pont y Glynn, plates are 42*30.5 cm and the leaves are 66*49 cm, the poems that runs throughout is "REFLECTION", with its own cloth covered slipcase with its copies title. Engraved in Aquatinta by Alken, from Drawings made on the spot.With Poetical reflections on leaving that country.

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        Carte du théâtre de la Guerre en Orient. Paris, Chanlaire & Mentelle, 1798-1799.

      1798. Original outline colour. Dissected and laid on linen in two sections, 880 x 940 mm & 660 x 940 mm. A two-sheet wall map showing Prussia, Turkey, Egypt and Abyssinia in the west, and the Aral Sea in Kazakhstan, Persia, Arabia and Somalia in the east. Two inset maps show the routes from Siré to Gondar and from Gondar to the sources of the Nile. According to the inscription, the map is based on that of "the late J. B. Laborde" (Jean-Benjamin de Laborde [1734-94], a traveller and musician), with amendments; however we have been unable to trace a map of the region by him. - The vast map was published to satisfy French interest when their seemingly-unstoppable General Bonaparte turned his attention to the conquest of Egypt in 1798. Already Napoleon had captured Malta en route to Egypt, and the oval title vignette shows him overseeing the burial of the French dead under Pompey's Pillar after the capture of the important port city of Alexandria (July 1798). - After the defeat of the Mameluk army at the Battle of the Pyramids it was Napoleon's intention to subdue the rest of the Ottoman Empire before moving to threaten British interests in India. However, as the political situation in Paris was deteriorating, Napoleon decided to leave his army in Egypt in 1799, returning to France to become First Consul. His army was less fortunate, surrendering to the British at Alexandria in 1801. - This map is very scarce: the French citizens' interest in maps of the Orient evaporated as quickly as Napoleon's.

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        La Religieuse, par Diderot ; nouvelle édition, ornée de figures, et où l'on trouve une conclusion.

      A Paris chez Deroy, Moller, Mongie. Et à Belleville, chez Dupréel 1798 - an VII 2 vol. in-8 de (2)-157-(1) pp. 1 feuillet blanc et 186 pp. (1 feuillet déplacé), demi-chagrin bleu à coins, dos à nerfs, tête dorée (reliure du XIXe siècle). Dernière édition publiée au XVIIIe siècle. Portrait de Diderot en frontispice dessiné par Aubry, et quatre planches signées Le Barbier et gravées par Dupréel et Giraud. Ex-libris armorié du comte Chevreau d'Antraigues. Cohen-De Ricci, 305 ; Adams II, RC16.

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        M?moires de Paul Jones, o? il expose ses principauxservices, et rappelle ce qui lui est arriv? de plus remarquable pendant le cours de la r?volution am?ricaine,particuli?rement en Europe, ?crits par lui-m?me en anglais, et traduits sous ses yeux par le ci

      Paris. Chex Louis, Libraire. 1798.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. In 8's., 13.2cm, The First Edition, [xix], [1 blank], 244p., with anengraved frontispiece showing the portrait of Jones and a naval battle, in contemporary panelled full calf,gilt decorations and borders in the panels, crushed crimson morocco label, marbled endpapers, panelledboards in panel borders, the dark outside panel boards are heavily worn (probably caused by the original dyeused on this area), else a very good to fine copy, very rare.(cgc) The first edition of the first biography ofJohn Paul Jones, famous naval fighter in the American Revolutionary War, born in Scotland. In his earlyyears, Jones served aboard a number of merchant vessels, but his life took an important turn when heemigrated to North America. From 1775 onwards, Jones made an impressive career in the Continental Navy.As commander of the Ranger and later the Bonhomme Richard, Jones vigorously and successfully foughtthe British, an achievement for which he was honoured with a gold medal by the Continental Congress (whilein Britain he was regarded as a pirate). After a period in the service of Empress Catherine the Great ofRussia, during which he repulsed the Ottomans in the Black Sea, Jones sailed for France, spending his lastyears in Paris. During the 19th century, Jones was idolized as a man of action. He has been the subject of atleast 30 biographies and 40 chapbooks. His eventful life inspired such prominent writers as AllanCunninghan, Alexander Dumas, Herman Melville and Sarah Orne, while Cooper based his Le Pilote on him. The present biography was based on a manuscript titled Journal for the King, translated and edited by Jones'sformer secretary Benoit Andr?. The work rarely comes on the market. Only three copies were sold at auctionin the past 30 years, the last one being the James S. Copley copy (Sotheby's, 2010). Graff Collection 2242;Howes J-228; Muller, America 1178; Sabin 36559. First edition of the first biography of the Father of theAmerican Navy. Benoit Andr? was, for a time, secretary to Jones and apparently this book is a narrative madeup from the manuscript Journal for the King, which was translated by Andr? and presented by Jones to LouisXVI in 1786. An appendix prints thirty letters to and from Jones, the writers including Washington, Franklin,and "Les Etats-Unis, Assembles en Congres." Title translates as: Memoirs of Paul Jones, where he exhibitedhis principal services, and recalls what happened to him more remarkable during the course of the AmericanRevolution, particularly in Europe, written by himself in English, and brought before him by the citizenAndr?. .

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        Alphabet arabe, turk et persan, à l'usage de l'imprimerie orientale et française. Alexandria, Imprimerie orientale et française, an VI [1798].

      1798. Small 4to. 16 pp. Modern brown half calf with red label to giltstamped spine, bound to style. The first book ever printed in Egypt, unquestionably the rarest and most important of the early books printed in the Middle East, published in the very year when modern printing was introduced to the Arab world. Only in October 1798 did J. J. Marcel arrive in Cairo with his employees and types to organize the Imprimerie Orientale. "The expedition of Napoleon Bonaparte to Egypt from 1798 until 1801 was a prelude to modernity. It was to change permanently the traditional Arab world [...] The French brought Arabic typography to Egypt, where it was practised under the supervision [...] of Jean Joseph Marcel [...]. Only a few days after the French troops landed [...] they set up the Imprimerie Orientale et Française there. It was an extraordinarily important turning point. For, leaving aside the Hebrew printing presses in Egypt of the 16th to the 18th centuries, until this date announcements and news adressed to Arabs there, as well as in other parts of the Arab-Islamic world, had been spread only in hand-writing or orally, by criers, preachers or storytellers" (Glass/Roper). - Slightly spotty in places, but well preserved. No copy in auction records or in libraries within the Arab world. Geiss, Imprimerie en Égypte, p. 146, no. 1. D. Glass/G. Roper, The Printing of Arabic Books in the Arab World, in: Middle Eastern Languages and the Print Revolution (Gutenberg Museum Mainz 2002), p. 177-225, at 182. Querard V, 506. Bigmore/Wyman, II, 22. Schnurrer (Bibliotheca Arabica) 140 note. OCLC 245958561. For the importance of the first modern printing press in the Arab world cf. also Albert Hourani, Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age 1798-1939 (Cambridge University Press 1983).

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        Zeichnungen nach dem gemeinen Volke besonders Der Kaufruf in Wien. Etudes prises dans le bas peuple et principalement Les Cris de Vienne. Nach dem Leben gezeichnet v. C. Brand Professor der bildenden Künste. Vienna, T[ranquillo] Mollo, [after 1798].

      1798. Folio (348 x 474 mm). Engr., coloured t. p., 45 engr. plates in original colour and toned borders. Contemp. half calf with marbled covers; spine attractively gilt (remains of giltstamped spine label; modern red cover label). Luxury copy of the third edition, which contained more plates than any previous one. Engraved by C. and Fr. Brand, J. Feigel, C. Conti, J. E. and S. Mansfeld, Quirin Mark, J. Mössmer, S. Schytz and others. The plates show the various professions, peddlers and travelling salesmen who were common sights on the Viennese markets of the late 18th century: the pretzel baker, chicken seller, sausage salesman, postman, bird-dealer, milk lady, night watchman, etc. All drawn by the Viennese painter and engraver Johann Christian Brand (1722-95), who taught at the Vienna Academy of Arts. The collection had been first published in 1775-76 comprising 40 plates; a second issue released in 1780 contained the same material. A new edition produced in 1796 contained a mere 38 plates, to which the third edition added seven completely new illustrations. This edition was published in uncoloured and coloured versions, as well as in the present luxury edition distinguished by its inked and colour-toned borders and especially delicate colouring. - Corners bumped; spine-ends damaged. Insignificant fingerstaining to wide blank margins near beginning; the plates, usually encountered only in strongly browned state, are very clean, showing luminous, crisp colour; unusually fine wove paper. An outstanding copy. Beall Ö 5. Kaut 6. Cf. Lipperheide Ebb 1. Colas 423. Hiler 110. Massin 219.

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        M‚moires de Paul Jones, o— il expose ses principauxservices, et rappelle ce qui lui est arriv‚ de plus remarquable pendant le cours de la r‚volution am‚ricaine,particuliŠrement en Europe, ‚crits par lui-mˆme en anglais, et traduits sous ses yeux par le ci

      Paris. Chex Louis, Libraire. 1798.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. In 8's., 13.2cm, The First Edition, [xix], [1 blank], 244p., with anengraved frontispiece showing the portrait of Jones and a naval battle, in contemporary panelled full calf,gilt decorations and borders in the panels, crushed crimson morocco label, marbled endpapers, panelledboards in panel borders, the dark outside panel boards are heavily worn (probably caused by the original dyeused on this area), else a very good to fine copy, very rare.(cgc) The first edition of the first biography ofJohn Paul Jones, famous naval fighter in the American Revolutionary War, born in Scotland. In his earlyyears, Jones served aboard a number of merchant vessels, but his life took an important turn when heemigrated to North America. From 1775 onwards, Jones made an impressive career in the Continental Navy.As commander of the Ranger and later the Bonhomme Richard, Jones vigorously and successfully foughtthe British, an achievement for which he was honoured with a gold medal by the Continental Congress (whilein Britain he was regarded as a pirate). After a period in the service of Empress Catherine the Great ofRussia, during which he repulsed the Ottomans in the Black Sea, Jones sailed for France, spending his lastyears in Paris. During the 19th century, Jones was idolized as a man of action. He has been the subject of atleast 30 biographies and 40 chapbooks. His eventful life inspired such prominent writers as AllanCunninghan, Alexander Dumas, Herman Melville and Sarah Orne, while Cooper based his Le Pilote on him. The present biography was based on a manuscript titled Journal for the King, translated and edited by Jones'sformer secretary Benoit Andr‚. The work rarely comes on the market. Only three copies were sold at auctionin the past 30 years, the last one being the James S. Copley copy (Sotheby's, 2010). Graff Collection 2242;Howes J-228; Muller, America 1178; Sabin 36559. First edition of the first biography of the Father of theAmerican Navy. Benoit Andr‚ was, for a time, secretary to Jones and apparently this book is a narrative madeup from the manuscript Journal for the King, which was translated by Andr‚ and presented by Jones to LouisXVI in 1786. An appendix prints thirty letters to and from Jones, the writers including Washington, Franklin,and "Les Etats-Unis, Assembles en Congres." Title translates as: Memoirs of Paul Jones, where he exhibitedhis principal services, and recalls what happened to him more remarkable during the course of the AmericanRevolution, particularly in Europe, written by himself in English, and brought before him by the citizenAndr‚. .

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        [Tuhfe-i-vehbi]. [Istanbul], Darü't-Tibaati'l-Mamure, 1213 AH [= 1798/99 AD].

      1798. 8vo. 55, (1) pp. (arranged in 58 sections). The final line of verse above the imprint on p. 55 is a chronogram (cf. Gibb) which yields a completion date of 1197 AH (1782/83 AD). Modern brown half cloth. Editio princeps of a popular rhyming vocabulary by the Turkish poet Sünbulzâde Vehbî (1719-1809). The writer here employs mesnevi rhyming couplets in various meters to offer a substantial repertoire of Persian words and phrases along with their Turkish equivalents, while providing at the same time an elementary text on poetics. The most famous example in Turkish literature of a genre which presents information in easily-remembered lines of verse, "Tuhfe-i Vehbî" ("Vehbi's Offering") was composed around 1782 and has numerous precedents in earlier Ottoman poetry. - In his monumental "History of Ottoman Poetry", E. J. W. Gibb describes Vehbi as "a voluminous and versatile writer" and notes that he "was one of the first Turkish poets to write what we should call 'occasional' verses'" (259). Perhaps with the vocabularies in mind Gibb writes, "It is impossible not to admire the skill and dexterity with which he manipulates the most unpromising material, and fashions it into forms which, if not beautiful, are at least ingenious" (260). - In the 18th century printing was not nearly so wide-spread in Turkey as in the European principalities. Indeed, Ibrahim Müteferrika, the first Islamic printer in the Middle East, opened shop in Istanbul in 1728. It is therefore not surprising that the Tuhfe was not printed until nearly twenty years after its composition. Vehbi went on to compose in 1799/1800 a vocabulary for Arabic terminology on the same model, which he entitled "Nuhbe-i Vehbi" ("Vehbi's Selection"). Both these works would prove immensely popular throughout the 19th century; by 1890 more than two dozen editions of the Tuhfe alone issued from the presses of Istanbul and Cairo. "Vehbi's Offering" also provided the basis for what Hammer-Purgstall called "eines der schätzbarsten Werke osmanischer Literatur über persische Grammatik und Sprache, und gibt besonders über des Imalet oder den Umlaut im Persischen treffliche Aufschlüsse" (Gesch. des Osmanischen Reiches). As early as 1791/92 the celebrated scholar Ahmed Hayati (d. 1813/14) prepared a 500-page commentary on the "Tuhfe-yi Vehbi". "[H]ighly esteemed for the valuable information it contains on points connected with the Persian language" (Gibb IV, 258), the commentary was first printed at Istanbul c. 1800 and saw at least five more editions by the mid-century. It is notable that Hayati had previously published a commentary on a 16th-century rhyming vocabulary; that work, by Shahidi, was also entitled "Tuhfe". - A rare first printing of this ephemeral school book, and an outstanding witness to the polyglot philological traditions of the Islamic East in the transmission of text and scholarship between father and son. Cf. Bianchi, "Catalogue général des livres arabes, persan et turcs, imprimés à Boulac en Egypte depuis l'introduction de l'imprimerie dans ce pays" (1843), nos. 53 and 156, citing the eds. of 1830 and 1839. Gibb IV, 257f. Hammer-Purgstall, Gesch. der Osmanischen Dichtung IV, 554-73. The same, Gesch. des Osmanischen Reiches VII (1831), p. 587, no. 27. Karatay 849. Özege 21252. Cf. Reinaud, "Notice des ouvrages arabes, persans, et turcs imprimés en Égypte" (1831), no. 13, citing the newly-published edition of 1830. Rieu, Cat. of the Persian MSS in the British Museum, p. 515f. Zenker, BO I, 30-35, noting in error 88 pp. for the first edition.

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        [Congrès de Rastadt]. Le Neuf Floréal An VI (28 avril 1798) le Gouvernement Autrichien a fait assassiner par ses troupes Robergeot Bonnier J. Debri chargés de négocier la Paix par le Gouvernement Français au congrès de Rastahd Leurs sang fumes... ils demendent (a) vengeance..!

      1798 Affiche calligraphiée à l'encre noire en lettres capitales (42 x 52 cm). Rare document original sur le Congès de Rastdat. Après la signature du traité de Campoformio consacrant la cession à la France de la rive gauche du Rhin, il était nécessaire de réunir les représentants de ce pays et ceux des princes allemands pour discuter du transfert de souveraineté et des compensations à accorder aux princes allemands évincés. Le congrès se tint du 9 décembre 1797 au 23 avril 1799, sans aucun résultat. Pendant ces négociations se noua la deuxième coaltion. Les plénipotentiaires français quittaient cette petite ville du pays de Bade pour revenir en Alsace lorsqu'ils furent attaqués par une petite troupe des hussards autrichiens, le 28 avril 1799, et deux d'entre eux, Bonnier et Robersjot, furent tués. (Fierro, Dictionnaire de la Révolution Française).

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        Gli Stati Uniti dell'America, Il Canada, e la Florida. Carta generale delineata sulle ultime Osservazioni

      1798. " - EDIZIONE ORIGINALE, COLORITURA COEVA - Importante e decorativa mappa tratta dal ""Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale delineato sulle ultime osservazioni"", edito a Roma dal 1792 fino al 1801, opera che la Calcografia Camerale commissionò al Cassini al fine di sostituire l'ormai obsoleto ""Mercurio Geografico"". Giovanni Maria Cassini, Chierico Regolare Somasco fu geografo e cartografo, ma anche intagliatore di architetture e prospettive - uno dei migliori discepoli di Giovanni Battista Piranesi - Cassini fu uno degli ultimi sferografi italiani del Settecento ed i suoi globi ebbero una notevole diffusione, come pure questo ""Nuovo Atlante Geografico"". Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, leggere bruniture, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'Atlante del Cassini fu ristampato dalla Calcografia Camerale nel primo quarto del XIX secolo, prima del 1839. Solo gli esemplari di prima edizione come questo sono stampati su carta vergata coeva e sono colorati a mano in epoca. Le tirature del XIX secolo sono già su carta meccanica, priva di vergelle, e generalmente in bianco e nero." - FIRST EDITION, CONTEMPORARY OUTLINE COLOUR - The Italian painter and engraver, Giovanni Maria Cassini, produced this splendid map of as part of his epic three - volume atlas. Rather decorative map of the new born United States. The map it presents a fair summary of what continental Europeans understood of the new United States at the end of 18th century. It is based on Mitchell's map, here Western New York is awarded to Pennsylvania, though in fact it was disputed between New York & Massachusetts and was not even claimed by Pennsylvania. The name Florida is part of the title as it depicts Spanish territory during the final years of Spanish rule over Florida. Published in: Nuovo atlante geografico universale delineato sulle ultime osservazioni. Roma, Calcografia camerale, 1792 - 1801. Cassini was geographer and cartographer but he was also good at engraving architectural items and perspectives - he was one of the best disciples Giovanni Battista Piranesi had. Moreover, Cassini was one of the last artists to engrave spheres in the XVIII century and his globes were quite famous and widespread, and realized the most important Italian Atlas of the XVIII century; his maps always bear a cartouche, extremely rich in colours and details. Copperplate with fine original hand colour, some foxing, otherwise in very good condition. The Cassini's Atlas was reprinted by the Calcografia Camerale in the first quarter of XIXth century (before 1839). Only the first edition of the atlas is printed on contemporary laid paper, while the late issue are on XIXth century paper and often without colour. Roma Rome 500 370

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        Le nouveau Paris.

      Paris, Fuchs, Ch. Pougens et Cie & Ch. Fr. Cramer, sd (An VII, 1798), 6 volumes, in-8, brochés, XXXVIII-220 p. / 254 p. / 248 p. / 256 p. / 256 p. / 252 p.. 3e ou 4e édition. Les 6 volumes brochés, papier bleu, étiquettes anciennes et modernes (20e siècle) au dos, ex-libris manuscrit au faux-titre du tome 1 (daté 1882), annotation manuscrite à la plume au titre du tome 1, cachets de bibliothèque grattés sur les pages de titre, non grattés sur les dernières pages, manque de papier en pied des dos, charnières en partie fendues au tome 1, intérieurs propres. La plus ancienne édition trouvée date de 1794, elle porte la mention de seconde édition, il est fort possible que ce soit une mention fictive, dans ce cas l'exemplaire ici présent serait la troisième (de plus amples informations sont les bienvenues). Texte intégral. Très bon état. ************* PROMO : Envoi gratuit en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 20 € d'achat (France seulement), remise 20 % pour commande supérieure à 60 €.

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        Anthropologie in pragmatischer Hinsicht.

      Königsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius,, 1798. Octavo (196 × 118 mm). contemporary drab paper covered boards, printed paper label. Three ownership bookplates to the front pastedown and free endpaper, Aloysius Guiliemus Denner, Dr. Märzroth, and Sigmund Blau, with blind embossed stamp of Dr Barach Marzroth to title. Occasional underlining and marginalia in pencil, and red and blue crayon. Spine ends and corners worn with loss of the paper covering, boards with splashmarks and a little soiled, preliminary leaves miss bound within themselves; with small ink stain to the lower margin, occasional spotting; a very good copy. First edition, first issue. "In the winter semester of 1772-3 Kant first offered a lecture course on anthropology, a course he repeated every winter semester for the next twenty-three years. While Kant was not the first German academic to lecture under this title, he made clear from the first lectures that his course would consider the topic in quite a unique way. Although Kant chose as a last resort the 'empirical psychology' section of Baumgarten Metaphysica as his textbook, he consciously broke with it and a tradition of German anthropology stretching back to the sixteenth century, a tradition that tended to conceive of anthropology as a unified science of theology and physiology" (Jacobs and Kain, eds, Essays on Kant's Anthropology, pp. 2-3). Kant's Anthropologie is also noted for his classification of mental illnesses and his discussion of the importance of adolescence in mental development, "an observation which would later prove invaluable" (Norman).

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        Catalogue des produits industriels qui ont été exposés au Champ-de-Mars pendant les trois derniers jours complémentaires de l’an VI

      Paris: Imprimerie de la Republique, 1798. Exposition publique des produits de l’industrie française. Catalogue des produits industriels qui ont été exposés au Champ-de-Mars pendant les trois derniers jours complémentaires de l’an VI . . . 25pp. Paris: Imprimerie de la République, Vendémiaire an VII [1798]. 199 x 129 mm. Original plain blue-gray wrappers, lower corner of front wrapper lightly creased; boxed. Minor foxing but fine otherwise. First Edition of the catalogue of the First Official Public National Industrial Exposition, the forerunner of all subsequent “World’s Fairs” and international expositions. In 1797 the Marquis d’Av?ze, an official of the French Republican government, visited the factories of S?vres (china), Gobelins (tapestries) and Savonnerie (carpets), and was appalled to find the factory workshops deserted, their artisans starving and their warehouses filled with luxury goods that had no commercial outlet. “It then occurred to the marquis that if these and other objects of industry of the national manufactures could be collected together in one large exhibition, a stimulus might be given to the native industry, and thus relief be afforded to the suffering workmen. The plan was approved by M. François de Neufchâteau, the Minister of the Interior” (Tomlinson, p. ii). Due to political difficulties the exhibition was not held until the following year. After a highly successful preliminary showing at the Maison d’Orsay the French government built a “Temple of Industry” on the Champ de Mars, surrounded by 60 arcades filled with useful and decorative objects by French manufacturers. “The Exhibition remained open only during the last three complimentary days of the year VI, of the Republic; but it excited the greatest enthusiasm throughout the country. The merits of the several exhibitors were entrusted to the decision of a jury composed of nine men, distinguished in science and in art; and this plan was found to work so well, that it was continued in subsequent Expositions” (Tomlinson, p. iii). Rare—OCLC cites only three copies, all in French libraries. A second issue of the catalogue, expanded to 30 pages, was issued at Grenoble in the same year. Tomlinson, Cyclopaedia of Useful Arts (1852), I, pp. ii-iii.

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        Relazione del Terremoto accaduto in Siena il dì 26. Maggio 1798. Divisa in sei lettere? Con l?aggiunta di una tavola in rame e descrizione della medesima. Siena, Giuseppe Pazzini, 1798

      Giuseppe Pazzini, 1798. 8° (184x133 mm). x, 98 pp. One folding plate, depicting the town of Siena viewed from Mount Celso (Prospettiva dell?Atmosfera osservata sopra la Città di Siena nei giorni 26. 27 Maggio 1798 Veduta dalla Villa di Monte Celso). Contemporary hand-decorated wrappers, small floral pattern on striped ground, preserved in modern card. A fresh, uncut copy. Minor marginal paper flaws to few leaves. On recto of front endpaper a small cutting from sale catalogue, with a brief description of the copy, ?br. Cop. Varese orig?. Raro?. The most complete and authoritative source on Siena earthquake on 26 May 1798, and the first systematic overview of historical seismicity in this territory, by the abbé Soldani, professor of geometry at the University of Siena. Numerous buildings collapsed, including the vaults of the Cathedral, and the author estimates the damage at one million of piastre. The work is divided in six letters, written between 9 June and 17 July 1798. As appendix the printer added a letter send on 29. June 1798 to the Turin physicist Vassalli-Eandi by Giuseppe Gattesco Gatteschi.

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM BENJAMIN RUSH TO GOV. JOHN JAY OF NEW YORK]

      Philadelphia, 1798. [2]pp. plus integral docketing leaf. Folio. Old fold lines. Faint toning; small dampstain on second leaf. Near fine. In a blue half morocco and cloth clamshell case, spine gilt. Dr. Benjamin Rush writes to his friend, Gov. John Jay, transmitted with a copy of Rush's ESSAYS. Rush was a delegate to the Continental Congress and signed the Declaration of Independence. He later served as surgeon general for the Middle Department of the Continental Army, though he resigned in outrage over the disorganization and corruption in army hospitals. He established several medical facilities in Philadelphia, including the College of Physicians in 1787. "Writing prolifically over nearly half a century, Rush was the first American physician to become widely known at home and abroad. More than any other physician, Rush established the reputation of Philadelphia as a center for medical training....His drive to understand mental illness and render the treatment of mental patients more humane earned Rush the title 'father of American psychiatry'" - ANB. The recipient of this letter, John Jay, is no less illustrious. Among his many accomplishments, Jay served as the first chief justice of the Supreme Court, governor of New York, and was instrumental in negotiating the treaty named for him. Rush writes: "Dear Sir, Permit me to request the favor of your acceptance of the enclosed volume of Essays. You will perceive in reading some of them, that the author has been actuated by a belief in the future prevalence of those principles of Universal peace & order which is predicated on the Old & New Testament. Permit me at the same time to express the great pleasure with which I hear from time to time of the satisfaction with which the citizens of the State of New York of all parties and religious denominations, speak of your administration of their government. In the fluctuation of public opinion respecting men, I have uniformly observed that private virtue never fails ultimately to subdue prejudice, and to preserve justice to opinions, and conduct." This letter likely accompanied a copy of Rush's ESSAYS, LITERARY, MORAL & PHILOSOPHICAL which was published in 1798. A fine letter from a Signer to an important Founding Father. ANB (online).

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        Systeme sexuel des végétaux, suivant les classes, les ordres, les genres et les espèces, avec les caractères et les différences

      A Paris, chez Ronveaux, An VI - 1798. [6]-789-[1] pages veau marbré Directoire, dos lisse orné de fers aux urnes, pièce de titre rouge, coupes et coiffes guillochées An VI - 1798, An VI - 1798, in-8, [6]-789-[1] pages, veau marbré Directoire, dos lisse orné de fers aux urnes, pièce de titre rouge, coupes et coiffes guillochées, Première édition de la traduction française de Nicolas Jolyclerc; "première interprétation française, calquée sur les éditions de Murray, de Person, de Wildenow; augmentée et enrichie de notions élémentaires, de notes diverses, d'une concordance avec la méthode de Tournefort et les familles naturelles de Jussieu". Nicolas Jolyclerc (mort en 1817), ancien moine de la congrégation des bénédictins de Saint-Maur originaire de Lyon, se consacra à la botanique avec la sécularisation des couvents et obtint la chaire d'histoire naturelle de l'École centrale de l'Oise. En 1797, il donna une nouvelle édition des Éléments de Tournefort et, l'année suivante, les traductions françaises du Système sexuel et de la Cryptogamie de Linné. Exemplaire en stricte reliure d'époque. Petits trous de vers sur le dos et sur le premier plat, légères galeries intérieures en pied du volume, sans atteinte au texte. Quérard V, 319-320

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        Billet manuscrit, signé.

      Billet in-8 oblong, manuscrit et signé de sa main "les lignes que j'ai écrites sur la porte de ma prison à la Tour du Temple à Paris en 1798 avant mon évasion, pour la réflexion je l'espérais, que ces pensées profiteraient à mon successeur (s'il en peut être jamais). Qui a peur du mal a déjà le mal de la peur. Qui espère le bien a déjà le bien de l'Espérance.". Célèbre amiral anglais (Westminster 1764 - Paris 1840). Marin audacieux, il participa à la guerre d'Amérique, puis à plusieurs campagnes au service de la Suède ou de l'Empire Ottoman. Dans la guerre entre l'Angleterre et la France, il revint servir son pays et nous porta des coups redoutables : destruction de l'arsenal de Toulon et de 12 bâteaux en 1793, attaque et prise de plusieurs bâtiments français ; il remonta même la Seine en 1796 pour s'emparer d'un corsaire français mais fut fait prisonnier ; enfermé à la Tour du Temple, il s'en évada grâce à la complicité des royalistes. Il passa ensuite en Egypte bombarda Alexandrie, empêcha Bonaparte de s'emparer de Saint-Jean d'Acre et négocia avec Kleber la convention d'El-Arisch... Il serait trop long d'exposer ici sa brillante carrière, sa dernière campagne fut la création de la Société des Chevaliers libérateurs des esclaves blancs en Afrique, destinée à mettre fin à l'esclavage des victimes des pirates barbaresques.Smith fut, après Nelson, le marin le plus populaire d'Angleterre.Rare et belle pièce.

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        L'Isola O-Tahiti scoperta dal Cap. Cook, Con le Marchesi di Mendoza.

      1798 - Rome, 1798. Original colour. 375 x 550mm. Three publisher's blind stamps, one in printed border. Published in the scarce atlas, the 'Nuovo atlante geografico universale', this map is one of the most decorative of the island. Cook's mission on his First Voyage to the South Seas was to observe the passage of Venus across the Sun in 1769, at the request of the Royal Society. During the three months he stayed on the island he sailed round it in a small boat, a trip which resulted in this map. To the north can be seen 'Point Venus'. An inset show the Marquesas Islands.

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        A treatise on the police of London ; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered ; and suggesting remedies for their prevention. The first American edition. By a magistrate.

      1798 1 pleine basane racinée de l'époque, coiffes restaurées. -Rousseurs éparses, mouillure claire dans la marge ext. des 20 premiers ff., défaut dans le papier du f. H1 ayant entraîné la perte d'une lettre (sans gravité). in-8 de XIV-(6)-342-XXIV pp. + 1 tableau dépl. h.t. ; Philadephia, printed for Benjamin Davies by Henry Sweitzer, 1798, Exemplaire bien complet du faux-titre.2e édition et première édition américaine (E.O. : 1796).

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