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        Poems

      Boston: Manning & Loring for Joseph Nancrede, 1799. First American edition, small 8vo, pp. [8], [9]-132; very nice Boston binding of full red sheep, double gilt-rules on covers, smooth gilt-decorated spine laid out in 6 panels with urns and anacanthus leaves, green morocco label in one, gilt-decorated board edges, marbled endpapers; first free flyleaf excised; a few minor scuff marks, but a very good copy in a handsome 18th century American binding binding. Presentation in an early hand on the title page: "Harriet Stickney, presented by my mother Miss Mary Stickney." Among the poems are a short poem to Mary Wollstonecraft, poems on the slave trade, and Botany-Bay Ecologues. The last 7 pages consist of ads and publisher's announcements. Evans 36345; NCBEL III, 255.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        Phytologie universelle, Ou Histoire Naturelle et méthodique des plantes, de leurs propriétés, de leurs vertus et de leur culture

      Chez Gueffier, 1799. - Chez Gueffier, à Paris 1799, 5 tomes en 5 Vol. in 8 (13x20,5cm), xvj, 496pp. et 551pp. et 525pp. et 534pp. et 502pp., relié. - Prima edizione, rara. Biondo di vitello pieno marmorizzato tempo. Smooth posteriore decorato con ferri urne, ruote. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso e il numero del volume in marocco verde. Il numero del volume porta monete più le lettere AB, NZ ... palmette ricca cornice e fregi sulle stoviglie, con, sulla piastra superiore: Prezzo di scuole accademiche; e il piatto inferiore: Lille 1812 attrito. Alcuni angoli urtato. Bella serie, Dizionario molto décoratif.Avant di piante, Prolegomeni occupando 248P. costituiti da varie introduzioni, compreso il sistema di classificazione del Tournefort, sistema sessuale delle piante, vari livelli, ecc Ogni pianta, oltre alla sua descrizione scientifica, contiene una voce riguardante gli usi, i luoghi dove ci sono piante ... botanico francese che morì nel 1817 Jolyclerc era professore di storia naturale, la sua passione per la scienza che è considerata la prima di tutto, è stato il primo traduttore di Linneo ha révérait.NB: alcune copie sono state redatte con 657 tavole, sembra molto raro incontrare. Possiamo vedere una copia presso il Museo di Storia Naturale di Parigi, la Biblioteca Nazionale ha su di esso un altro identico al nostro e la maggior parte delle librerie. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Reliure en plein veau blond d'époque raciné. Dos lisse ornés de fers à l'urne, roulettes. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge et de tomaison en maroquin vert. La pièce de tomaison porte en plus les lettres AB, NZ... Riche encadrement de Palmettes et frise sur les plats, avec, sur le plat supérieur : Prix des Ecoles Académiques ; et sur le plat inférieur : Lille 1812. Frottements. Quelques coins émoussés. Bel ensemble, très décoratif. Avant le dictionnaire des plantes, les prolégomènes qui occupent 248p. sont formés de diverses introductions, notamment au système de classement de Tournefort, au système sexuel des plantes, aux divers ordres, etc. Chaque plante, outre sa description scientifique, bénéficie d'un article rédigé sur les usages, les lieux où l'on trouve la plante... Botaniste français décédé en 1817, Jolyclerc fut professeur d'histoire naturelle, passionné de sa propre science qu'il considérait comme la première de toutes, il a été le premier traducteur de Linné qu'il révérait. NB : certains exemplaires on été édités avec 657 planches, il semble fort rare de les rencontrer. On peut en voir un exemplaire au musée d'Histoire Naturelle à Paris, la Bibliothèque Nationale possède quant à elle un exemplaire identique au nôtre ainsi que la plupart des bibliothèques.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        AN ESSAY UPON THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL

      Philadelphia; Printed By J. Gales, And Sold By The Booksellers, 1799. Later Cloth. 12mo. 60 pages. 19 cm. First edition. Singerman 0126. ?There is a strong argument in favor of the Indians being converted to Christianity, their being descended from the Jews. ? (pg. 16) Also contains repeated references to the missionary activities of the Moravian church. Written by Charles Crawford, an English nobleman who moved to America, he was an early English abolitionist and millenarian. This volume went through an second, enlarged edition 2 years later (in 1801) , which is much more common. The first edition, here, is rare to appear for sale. Subjects: Missions - Early works to 1800. Indians of North America - Missions. Indians of North America - Transpacific influences. Lost tribes of Israel. Indians - Origin. OCLC lists 10 copies. Light soiling to first and last page, otherwise fresh and clean. Great condition. (KH-1-21)

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Leipzig, 8. XII. 1799. - 1 S. 4to. Geschrieben während seines Leipziger Theologie- und Philosophiestudiums, wohl an den Schriftsteller und Journalisten Rudolph Zacharias Becker (1752-1822) in Gotha, der seit 1791 den "Reichs-Anzeiger" herausgab: "Ew. Wohlgeb. übersandte ich schon vor 4 Wochen eine Anzeige zum Einrücken in den Reichsanzeiger, auch an Hn. Buchhändler Justus Perthes in Gotha, welcher mein Freund ist. Sie betraf eine unwürdige Beeinträchtigung eines hiesigen angesehenen Handlungshauses. Ich übersandte sie nicht direkt an Sie, sondern durch Hn. Perthes, weil dieser zugleich die Einrückungskosten, die ich nicht im voraus berechnen konnte, vorlegen [?] würde. Er würde dies um desto gewisser, da ich, außerdem daß wir längst in freundschaftlichem Verhältnis stehen, auch in anderer Abrechnung mit ihm bin. Moch sehe ich jene Anzeige nicht abgedruckt, und weiß die Ursache nicht. Es ist an deren baldigstem Abdruck gelegen. Solte, ganz wider alles Vermuthen, sie nicht zeitig genug an Sie abgegeben worden seyn: so ersuche ich Sie ganz ergebenst, sie von ihm (da er mit Ihnen an jenem Wohnorte lebt) abfordern zu lassen. Solten Sie, noch mehr wider alles Vermuthen, nicht mit ihm in Verbindung seyn: so bitte ich mir, sobald sie abgedruckt ist, das Blatt über Post zu schicken, und die Zahlung soll augenblicklich erfolgen. Ich hoffe, daß ich Ihnen wenigstens so viel bekannt bin, daß Sie diesen meinen Worten sicher vertrauen [.]." - Verso Empfängernotiz "Rochlitz, Lpz. XII, 8. 99 / 4263"; im Rand Vermerk: "Am. 11. Dec. von Hrn. Perthes erh.".

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        Voyage dans la Troade, ou tableau de la plaine de Troie dans son état actuel

      Paris, chez Laran, 1799. de 269, (3) pp.., une carte dépliante et huit planches (dont une dépliante) pleine - basane, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin vert 1799, 1799, in - 8, de 269, (3) pp., une carte dépliante et huit planches (dont une dépliante), pleine - basane, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin vert, Seconde édition (la première édition a paru en Angleterre et en anglais). Lechevalier, voyageur et archéologue, raconte son voyage en Asie Mineure, où il "s'appliqua, un Homère à la main, à relever sur cette terre poétique les monuments et la plaine de Troie" (Larousse). Mors et coiffes fatigués, mais un bel exemplaire

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        L'Amérique Méridionale [ Carte de l'Amérique du Sud datée de l'An VII - 1799 ]

      Chès Esnaut et Rapilly, 1799. 1 carte au format , frontières rehaussée en couleurs, Chès Esnaut et Rapilly, Coutances, An VII [ 1799 ] Intéressante carte de l'Amérique Méridionale présentant l'étonnant découpage du continent sud - américain à l'aube du XIXe siècle, entre "Terres Magellaniques", Paraguay aux limites étendues, Brésil amputé de l'Amazone portugaise, Pérou immense, Grenade ou Caribane. Etat satisfaisant (cartes brunie, qq. accrocs marginaux, petites salissures et mouill.) pour cette carte intéressante. Français

      [Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal]
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        The Naturalist's and Traveller's Companion

      3rd edition. An early work giving instruction on the collection, preservation and transportation of insect, animal and plant specimens, as well as minerals.

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        The Natural History of the Tea-Tree, with Observations on the Medical Qualities of Tea, and on the Effects of Tea-Drinking

      London: Charles Dilly , 1799 First published in 1772, this is "A New Edition"; 101 pages, plus three full page hand colored plates, hand colored folding frontispiece, and single leaf b/w illustration; Beautifully rebound in green half leather with green cloth over boards; Raised spine bands, with black leather spine label and gilt stamped lettering; Contents trimmed to edges of plates; Covers are slightly bumped at corners, though remains clean and very attractive; One inch closed tear, with some related wrinkles on blank front free end page (of rebind); Folding frontispiece with half inch closed tear on bound edge, entering image; Title page with a little foxing and soiling on edges, and inked name at top edge; Contents are otherwise clean, complete, and intact.. Half Leather - Hardbound. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps]
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        Avis aux Citoyens. L'Administration centrale du Département de la Meuse prévient ses Concitoyens, que la Foire de Beaucaire est fixée au 4 Thermidor de chaque année [ Publicité pour la foire de Beaucaire, Gard, affichée en 1799 dans la Meuse ] "Les Autorités constituées du département du Gard promettent aux Citoyens, que leur comerce appellera à cette foire tranquillité, sûreté & protection pour leur personne & leurs propriétés"

      Briflot, 1799. 1 affiche au format 42 x 34 cm, Chez Briflot, A Bar - sur - Ornin, s.d. (circa 1799) : Avis aux Citoyens. L'Administration centrale du Département de la Meuse prévient ses Concitoyens, que la Foire de Beaucaire est fixée au 4 Thermidor de chaque année [ Publicité pour la foire de Beaucaire, Gard, affichée en 1799 dans la Meuse ] "Les Autorités constituées du département du Gard promettent aux Citoyens, que leur comerce appellera à cette foire tranquillité, sûreté & protection pour leur personne & leurs propriétés" Rare affiche en bel état, "imprimée en exécution de l'arrêté du Département de la Meuse, du 16 Floréal, An VII de la République Française". Rare témoignage de l'importance de la grande foire de Beaucaire, qui se tenait à partir du 22 juillet. Français

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        Lettres historiques et critiques sur l'Italie...

      chez Ponthieu, an VII (1799).. Tre volumi di cm. 19,5, pp. viii, 415 (1); (4) 455 (1); (4) 400. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pelle. dorsi lisci con titoli su doppi tasselli bicolore e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrtati da greche in oro, Qualche lieve brunitura dovuta alla qualità della carta, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara edizione originale di quest'opera in cui le descrizioni "...survivent et survivront comme une peinture vraie de l'Italie il y a cent ans, et comme un des plus charmants modeles de l'esprit francais si leger, si libre, si sceptique du XVIII siecle" (Dumesnil). Cfr. Fossati - Bellani, 438.

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        L'Innocence 1799

      SENZA EDITORE NE' LUOGO 1799. Incisione all'acquaforte e bulino di mm 550 x 416 su carta di cellulosa molto forte e pesante. Piccolo strappo nella parte superiore sinistra, fuori dalla parte incisa. Iscrizioni :"Peint. par Merimée" "Gravé par Bervic" e più piccolo in centro "Enrégistrée le XIX Germinal De L'An VI"; sotto in grande "L'Innocence" e sotto ancora medaglione con effige "Societé des Amis des Arts. C. Dewaillyson Fondateur en 1789". Charles Clement Bervic fu uno degli incisori più eleganti e moderni della sua epoca. Nato a Parigi nel 1756, vi morì nel 1822. Il suo vero nome era Jean Guillaume Barvez, ma in seguito lo cambiò per ragioni sconosciute. Le sue stampe sono caratterizzate da una vera perfezione artistica. Le forme vengono riprodotte correttamente e fedelmente, con una grande varietà di toni. Soprattutto fu impareggiabile nelle opere di imitazione plastica. Tra i suoi migliori fogli: il Laocoonte; Dejanira seguita dal centauro Nesso, da Guido Reni, Achille e il centauro Chirone, da Regnault, Louis XIV, dal Callet, l'Innocenza, da Merimée, Giovanni nel deserto, da Raffaello. Jean Francois Leonor Mérimée, nacque a Chambrai nel 1757 e morì a Parigi nel 1836; fu un grande pittore, ma anche scrittore e chimico, specializzato in arti industriali e decorative. Figlio di un avvocato del Parlamento, fu educato presso il Collegio di Caen prima di approdare nel 1778 alla Accademia Reale di Pittura. Visitò poi l' Olanda, dove studiò le opere dei primitivi fiamminghi, e quindi Roma. Vi rimase fino al 1793, quando gli eventi della Rivoluzione lo costrinse a tornare in Francia. Rimase il segretario permanente della Scuola di Arti Belle per tutta la vita. Soprannominato "il buon Mérimée", sposò la nipote di Rouen Jeanne - Marie Leprince de Beaumont, Anne Moreau, lei stessa una ritrattista. Nel 1830 pubblicò i risultati del suo lavoro nel campo della chimica applicata nel "Trattato della pittura ad olio" indagando sui materiali o processi utilizzati in questo tipo di pittura da Van Eyck al suo tempo". Fu il padre dello scrittore Prosper Mérimée.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana]
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        Acts Passed at the Third Session of the Fifth Congress of the United States. Begun and Held at the City of Philadelphia, on Monday, the Third of December, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-Eight. [bound with]: Articles of a Treaty, between the United States of America and the Cherokee Indians. [bound with]: The Constitution of the United States of America; as Proposed by the Convention, Held at Philadelphia, September 7th, 1787. and since Ratified by the Several States: with several Amendments thereto

      Meriwether Jones, Richmond 1799 - 140; 4; 13,[2]pp. Half calf and marbled boards, leather label, in antique style. Light soiling and wear to titlepage, scattered foxing and toning. Untrimmed. A Richmond printing of the laws passed by the third session of the United States Fifth Congress in 1799, including acts relating to the improvement of the Navy and regulating duties on shipping. Bound with "Articles of a Treaty, between the United States of America and the Cherokee Indians," reaffirming the borders of the Cherokee Nation, as well as a copy of the Constitution, as called for by Evans. Evans 36487; ESTC W14827. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ACTS PASSED AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, ON MONDAY, THE THIRD OF DECEMBER, ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-EIGHT. [bound with]: ARTICLES OF A TREATY, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE CHEROKEE INDIANS. [bound with]: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; AS PROPOSED BY THE CONVENTION, HELD AT PHILADELPHIA, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1787. AND SINCE RATIFIED BY THE SEVERAL STATES: WITH SEVERAL AMENDMENTS THERETO.

      Richmond: Meriwether Jones, 1799. - 140; 4; 13,[2]pp. Folio. Half calf and marbled boards, leather label, in antique style. Light soiling and wear to titlepage, scattered foxing and toning. Very good. Untrimmed. A Richmond printing of the laws passed by the third session of the United States Fifth Congress in 1799, including acts relating to the improvement of the Navy and regulating duties on shipping. Bound with "Articles of a Treaty, between the United States of America and the Cherokee Indians," reaffirming the borders of the Cherokee Nation, as well as a copy of the Constitution, as called for by Evans. EVANS 36487. ESTC W14827.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Voyage a Surinam, et dans l'intérieur de la Guiane, contenant la Relation de cinq Années de Courses et d'Observations faites dans cette Contrée intéressante et peu connue; avec des détails sur les Indiens de Guiane... Collection de planches

      Chez F. Buisson, (1799). Atlante solo (atlas only) In - 4° (289x220mm), legatura coeva m. pelle marrone marmorizzata e angoli con dorso adorno di tassello in pelle color arancio con titolo in oro disposto verticalmente. Piatti cartonati in marmorizzatura gialla e nera. Il volume consta di un frontespizio a stampa, di 2 pp. di indice delle tavole, di un'antiporta calcografica incisa da Tardieu il vecchio raffigurante il capitano Stedman appoggiato ad un fucile sopra il corpo di un indigeno da lui ucciso e di altre 43 bellissime incisioni calcografiche, sia a foglio intero che ripiegate. Le incisioni, tutte realizzate con estrema finezza da Tardieu il vecchio, raffigurano, fra l'altro, una carta generale della Guiana (ripiegata), paesaggi del Suriname, della Guiana e della Caienna, pesci, uccelli e varietà faunistiche autoctone (soprattutto scimmie), indigeni costrettii schiavitù ed intenti a varie occupazioni, una carta del Suriname (ripiegata), piantagioni, torture inflitte agli indigeni (la macabra rappresentazione di un "Nègre suspendu vivant par les côtes"), la scorticatura di un serpente ucciso dallo Stedman, disposizioni militari, piante della flora locale, una veduta della rada e della città di Paramaribo (ripiegata), una pianta di Paramaribo, aemi, ornamenti, mobili e suppellettili delle popolazioni autoctone, la marcia attraverso un acquitrino della Guiana, la pianta di un campo di battaglia tra i fiumi Cottica e Maroni "avec la manière de camper dans les Forêts du Surinam" (ripiegata), strumenti musicali dei luoghi, uno squalo delle acque locali, una pianta della Guiana Francese (ripiegata). Qualche ininfluente fioritura. Ottimo esemplare. Atlante iconografico facente seguito alla prima traduzione francese di "Narrative of a five years' expedition against the revolted Negroes of Surinam: in Guiana on the wild coast of South America from the years 1772 to 1777" (Londra, 1796), importantissimo resoconto settecentesco su territori ancora relativamente poco noti da parte degli europei. Lo Stedman (in Olanda, 1744 - Tiverton, 1797), avventuriero nato in Olanda da padre scozzese e madre olandese, partì per Suriname nel 1774 in qualità di soldato della Scots Brigade, unità militare che appoggiava i coloni olandesi, per reprimere una rivolta di schiavi che si era verificata nel territorio. Il "Narrative of five years", frutto del lustro da lui trascorso in Sud America, contiene numerosissime informazioni sulla crudeltà del sistema schiavistico che vigeva in quei luoghi e, per quanto lo Stedman non fosse un abolizionista in senso proprio (egli deplorava solo i trattamenti eccessivamente crudeli riservati agli schiavi), finì con l'esercitare una notevole influenza nella stessa causa abolizionista. Cfr. Sabin, 91083. Palau, 322171. Brunet, V, 527. Henry in Michaud, Biogr. Universelle, XLIII, 484: "Relation... où l'histoire de ses amours et les détails de la guerre contre les nègres marrons, qui l'a fait pénétrer fort avant dans l'intérieur de la Guiane, jettent beaucoup d'intérêt".

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        Bloemenprent - Gerard van Spaendonck, 1799-1801.

      BLOEMENPRENT GERARD VAN SPAENDONCK"Papaver somniferum', stippelgravure vervaardigd door P.F. le Grand naar een tekening van Gerard(us) van Spaendonck uit Fleurs dessinées d"après nature, uitgegeven tussen 1799 en 1801. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) 50 x 33 cm (lijst 77 x 61 cm).De bolpapaver heeft een karakteristieke zaadbol, die ook wel de maanbol wordt genoemd. Uit het gedroogde melksap van deze maanbol kan opium gewonnen worden. De gedroogde zaden uit de bol zijn het bekende maanzaad.Aldus J. Immerzeel in 1842, werd "deze beroemde bloemschilder Gerard van Spaendonck uit eene gegoede burgerlijke familie te Tilburg geboren. Reeds vroeg werkte de kunstzin in zijnen geest en waren teekenpen en penseel zijn geliefdste speelgoed. Het deed hem leed te Tilburg geene kleuren naar zijnen smaak te vinden. Van een" voerman vernomen hebbende dat men te Antwerpen zeer schoone verwen [verf] konde bekomen, gaf hij een dukaat aan den voerman mede, om te Antwerpen van die kleuren voor hem te koopen. Zijne ouders, zijne vurige geneigdheid en bijzonderen aanleg voor kunst ziende, plaatsten hem te Antwerpen bij eenen meubelschilder voor zes jaren lang, tegen een jaarlijksch leergeld van f. 300.00. Zijn spoedig rijpend talent bragt zijnen meester in het volvoeren der hem opgedragen werkzaamheden, geen gering voordeel aan. Geen wonder dan ook dat, toen de zes leerjaren ten einde waren, hem f. 300.00 "s jaars aangeboden werden als hij bij zijn" meester blijven wilde. Dit aanbod werd afgewezen. Om dezen tijd werden in het kamp bij Breda groote toebereidselen gemaakt tot een feest ter eere van Prins Willem V. Van Spaendonck begaf zich derwaarts en werkte er mede aan de decoratiën. Van het daaraan verdiende geld bekostigde hij de reis naar Parijs, die hij ondernam in gezelschap van eenen anderen meubelschilder uit Berchem, met wien hij bevriend was. De proeven van zijn reeds volkomen ontwikkeld talent bezorgden hem spoedig vermaardheid. Een edelman, La Valette genaamd, die zelf een kunstoefenend liefhebber was, nam hem als vriend bij zich. Acht jaren genoot hij deze zeldzame edelmoedigheid, des zomers op een prachtig buitenverblijf, des winters op de Louvre, waar men ten zijnen dienste, op het plat van het gebouw, aarde deed aanbrengen voor het aankweeken van bloemen. Na het overlijden van dezen edelman, aan wien Van Spaendonck zoo groote verpligting had, sprak hij altijd met aandoening van zijnen weldadigen vriend, en bewaarde met eerbiedige zorg verscheiden voorwerpen, die hem bijzionder dierbaar waren, waaronder behoorden "s mans portret ten voeten uit en de schilderzel, dien hij gebruikt had. Van Spaendonck schilderde eenige menigte planten en bloemen voor den kruidtuin. In 1801 bestond de aldaar voorhanden verzameling uit eenig duizenden bladen van het keurigst perkament. Voor elk zoodanig blad werd 100 francs betaald. Dien prijs ontving Van Spaendonck voor het geringste takje van een plant of bloem. Hij leefde vele jaren in de achtingswaardige familie van den Oppertuinman. Men wil dat Van Spaendonck met de Fransche omwenteling [de revolutie van 1796] aanmerkelijke verliezen geleden hebbe. Vervolgens vond hij enige tegemoetkoming in zijne benoeming tot Professor in de iconographie bij den Platentuin, met een jaarwedde van 6,000 francs en andere voordelen, waaronder ook vrije huisvesting in eene prachtige woning, dezelfde, die vroeger door Buffon bewoond werd. Later werd hij lid van het Nationaal Instituut en van het Legioen van eer. Als Professor gaf hij des zomers drie maanden les in de zaal der Bibliotheek van den kruidtuin. Dan werd met zwart krijt of sapverw geteekend naar de schoonste modellen. Zijne leerlingen bestonden meerendeels uit jonge dames van den hoogen stand. In vele Galerijen en Kabinetten van Europa treft men heerlijkste bloem- en vruchtstukken in craijon.'Tussen 1799 en 1801 gaf Van Spaendonck in eigen beheer vierentwintig gravures uit, die naar zijn gouaches werden vervaardigd. Zijn Fleurs dessinées d"après nature is een van de meest fameuze bloemen boeken, geroemd om zijn prachtige voorstellingen, gedrukt in stippel gravure. Het kunnen differentiëren tussen verschillende tonen grijs, bleek buitengewoon geschikt voor het weergeven van botanische details, een methode die Van Spaendonck ook bijbracht aan zijn leerling Pierre-Joseph Redouté.Zoals andere beroemde bloemenschilders was ook Van Spaendonck technisch perfect: in olieverf, aquarel, pen of potlood, op elke schaal. Met aandacht voor elk minutieus detail en elegantie en verfijndheid van de compositie, toont hij zijn meesterschap. Evenals Jan van Huijsum begreep Van Spaendonck de tijdgeest en maakte bloemvoorstellingen die feilloos aansloten bij de smaak van het publiek van rond 1800. Hij combineerde de traditionele Nederlandse manier van weergeven van bloemen met Franse sophistication en goede smaak.Prijs: € 850,- (incl. lijst).

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        Nuova carta dell'Italia Settentrionale e delle Alpi che la circoscrivono formata d'ordine di S. M. Siciliana

      1799. La carta dell'Italia Settentrionale e dell'intero arco alpino, da Ginevra al golfo del Quarnero, da Firenze al Tirolo austriaco, è un ampliamento e un aggiornamento della carta della Lombardia, pubblicata da Rizzi Zannoni nel 1795. La carta, ordinata da Ferdinando IV nel 1799, fu realizzata in scala 1:460.000 circa e incisa nel 1800 da Giuseppe Guerra. La corte napoletana partecipava alla coalizione antifrancese, oltre che con le truppe, con la messa a punto di carte geografiche su cui studiare piani militari e la difesa dei confini italiani. Il foglio orientale, contenente l'Istria e il Quarnero costituisce una vera novità in quanto l'autore poté utilizzare una grande messe di dati cartografici inediti, provenienti da personali osservazioni, svolte nel 1778, e da manoscritti donatigli dal geologo e naturalista Alberto Fortis (Valerio, Società, Uomini, pp. 190 - 192). Le montagne furono disegnate dal pittore di corte Alessandro D'Anna che, pur non avendo mai visitato quei luoghi, riuscì a rendere le valli alpine e l'andamento delle catene montuose con grande abilità. La carta è contornata da un'ampia cornice a greca su fondo nero secondo schemi e forme delle pitture che si andavano scoprendo nei scavi di Pompei e di Ercolano. La carta fu superata dopo oltre un decennio, a seguito dei rilevamenti diretti sul terreno effettuati dai geografi italiani e francesi impiegati nel Deposito della Guerra di Milano. Carta molto rara e difficile a trovarsi completa dei cinque fogli. Incisione in rame, divisa in 43 sezioni ed applicata su tela coeva, racchiusa in astuccio coevo, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Esemplare posto in vendita alla libreria Artaria di Vienna. Rarissima. Bibliografia: Valerio, Società, Uomini . . ., Firenze 1993, p. 190/2; Terre di Langobardia p. 178, 83. Dim.1480x875. Map of Northern Italy and of the Alps, from Geneve to the gulf of Quarnero,from Florence to Austrian Tyrol. It is an enlargement and update of the map of Lombardia, published by Rizzi Zannoni in 1795. The map was commissioned by Ferdinando IV in 1799; it was realized in a 1:460.000 scale and engraved in 1800 by Giuseppe Guerra. The Neapolitan court had joined the alliance against France both with the army and with the realization of geographic maps which depicted military plans and the defence of the Italian borders. The Eastern sheet, depicting Istria and Quarnero, is a real novelty for the author had the chance to use a lot of unpublished cartographic data, deriving both from personal and direct observation, realized in 1778, and from the manuscripts he received from the geologist Alberto Fortis as a gift (Valerio, Società, Uomini, pp. 190 - 192). The mountains have been drawn by the painter Alessandro D'Anna; though he had never visited those places, he was able to depict the Alps with great skills. The map is decorated by a great Greek fret on a dark background, respecting the schemes and the forms of the paintings recently discovered in Pompei and Ercolano. The map remained valid for more than ten years; then new and direct research and measurements were realized by Italian and French geographers for the Deposito della Guerra in Milan. Very exceptional map, even more rare to be found in five sheets. Copper engraving, divided in 43 sections and laid on contemporary canvas, contained in a contemporary case, in excellent condition. Example sold by the bookshop Artaria in Vienna. Extremely rare. Dim. 1480x875. Valerio, Società, Uomini . . ., Firenze 1993, p. 190/2; Terre di Langobardia p. 178, 83. Napoli Naples

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        OPERE di... Cittadino e Segretario Fiorentino.

      n.d, 1799. 8 voll. in - 8 gr., pp. CLXXXIV, 276; 452; 325; 385; 364; 369; 419; 323, bella leg. unif. m. pelle coeva con angoli, tass. e tit. oro ai d. con nervi e picc. fregi oro, piatti in carta marmorizz. In antip. al primo vol. bel ritr. del Machiavelli inc. in rame da Lapi dal dipinto del Bronzino. Con una tab. rip. con il raffronto di alcuni passi dell'opera con altre edizioni. Rara ediz. ampliata rispetto a quella precedente del Cambiagi del 1782. Bell'esempl. [254]

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        An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations

      London, Printed for A. Strahan, and T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, 1799-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 3 Volume set. xii, 499; viii, 518,[v]; viii, 465, [xlix]pp., 1p. ads. Bound in contemporary tree calf. Gilt spine. Restoration work to hinges and spines. New spine labels. Marbled endpapers. Good binding and cover. Upper corner of Vol. I initial title page excised, name scratched out to title pages, Toning to pages, otherwise internally very good. <br> Adam Smith "spent ten years in the writing and perfecting of this work, the first edition selling out within six months. It had no rival in scope or depth when published and is still one of the few works in its field to have achieved such an exhaulted status, meaning simply that it has sustained yet survived repeated reading, critical and adulatory, long after the circumstances that prompted it have become the object of historical enquiry". (ODNB). "The history of economic theory up to the end of the nineteenth century consists of two parts: the mercantilist phase which was based not so much on a doctrine as on a system of practice which grew out of social conditions; and the second phase which saw the development of the theory that the individual had the right to be unimpeded in the exercise of economic activity. While it cannot be said that Smith invented the latter theory.his work is the first major expression of it. He begins with the thought that labour is the source from which a nation derives what is necessary to it. The improvement of the division of labour is the measure of productivity and in it lies the human propensity to barter and exchange.Labour represents the three essential elements-wages, profit and rent-and these three also constitute income. From the working of the economy, Smith passes to its matter -'stock'- which encompasses all that man owns either for his own consumption or for the return which it brings him. The Wealth of Nations ends with a history of economic development, a definitive onslaught on the mercantile system, and some prophetic speculations on the limits of economic control.The Wealth of Nations is not a system, but as a provisional analysis it is complete convincing. The certainty of its criticism and its grasp of human nature have made it the first and greatest classic of modern economic thought" (PMM).

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        Autograph musical manuscript.

      N. p. o. d. - Small oblong folio. 1 p. Voice and three bars of accompaniment (with bare sketches of orchestra instrumentation on the reverse) for an aria from Giambattista Casti's "Orlando Furioso", Orlando's words at the beginning of Scene 16 (Act II): "No, non temer, ben mio, il tuo campion son io, se il mio rivale accostasi, lo strangolo, lo lacero, lo stritolo, lo stermino, lo fo per l&#146;aria andar, e del mio sdegno un soffio, i minimi minuzzoli, le polveri, le ceneri ne fo per l&#146;aria andar [.]". - Provenance: From the collection of the singer and muscial scholar Aloys Fuchs (1799-1853), who bound the ms. in wrappers and there certified it: "Original-Handschrift von Antonio Salieri [.] Die Aechtheit der Handschrift verbürgt Aloys Fuchs, Mitglied der k. k. Hofkapelle in Wien 14/3 [1]849". Fuchs's collection was dissolved after his death; large parts are now in the Staatsbibliothek Berlin and the Stiftsbibliothek Göttweig. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesamtans.

      - Kupferstich v. Hisler aus Sächs. Postillion, um 1799, 18 x 29,5 Sehr seltenes Blatt. Oben mittig ein Portrait von Leo IV, rechts und links davon eine kurze Stadtbeschreibung in 5 Zeilen.

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        THE CONNECTICUT GORE TITLE, STATED AND CONSIDERED, SHOWING THE RIGHT OF THE PROPRIETORS, TO THE LANDS LATELY PURCHASED BY THEM, FROM THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT: LYING WEST OF THE DELAWARE RIVER

      Hartford: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1799. 80pp. Gathered signatures, stitched, original rear wrapper present. Tanned. A good copy in original state, untrimmed. A thorough examination of the history and right of title to these lands, which was being contested between New York and Connecticut for many years preceding this document. EVANS 35345. STREETER SALE 887. SABIN 15681. VAIL 1186. HOWES C678.

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        ACTS PASSED AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, ON MONDAY, THE THIRD OF DECEMBER, ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-EIGHT. [bound with]: ARTICLES OF A TREATY, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE CHEROKEE INDIANS. [bound with]: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; AS PROPOSED BY THE CONVENTION, HELD AT PHILADELPHIA, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1787. AND SINCE RATIFIED BY THE SEVERAL STATES: WITH SEVERAL AMENDMENTS THERETO

      Richmond: Meriwether Jones, 1799. 140; 4; 13,[2]pp. Folio. Half calf and marbled boards, leather label, in antique style. Light soiling and wear to titlepage, scattered foxing and toning. Very good. Untrimmed. A Richmond printing of the laws passed by the third session of the United States Fifth Congress in 1799, including acts relating to the improvement of the Navy and regulating duties on shipping. Bound with "Articles of a Treaty, between the United States of America and the Cherokee Indians," reaffirming the borders of the Cherokee Nation, as well as a copy of the Constitution, as called for by Evans. EVANS 36487. ESTC W14827.

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        Voyage à Surinam et dans l'intérieur de la Guiane, contenant la Relation de cinq Années de Courses et d'Observations faites dans cette Contrée intéressante et peu connue ; Avec des Détails sur les Indiens de la Guiane et les Nègres

      F. Buisson 1799 3 volumes in - 8 pour le texte, et un atlas in - 4, demi - basane marron mouchetée, dos lisse orné de filets, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin vert foncé, tranches mouchetées rouges (reliure d'époque). L'atlas se compose de 44 planches gravées par Tardieu l'aîné : cartes, portraits, vues, etc, certaines d'après les dessins de William Blake. Première édition de la traduction en français par Pierre François Henry. Ex - libris de Laussat, avec la devise " Le Vrai seul est aimable ". (quelques défauts, mouillures et rousseurs). // 3 octavo volumes of text and one quarto atlas volume, speckled brown half - roan, smooth spine tooled with fillets, dark green morocco labels, red speckled edges (contemporary binding). The atlas is composed with 44 plates, engraved by Tardieu l'aîné : maps, portraits, views, etc, several after the drawings of William Blake. First edition of the French translation by Pierre François Henry. Bookplate de Laussat, with motto "Le Vrai seul est aimable". (some defects, water - stains and spots).

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        The Natural History of the Tea-Tree, with Observations on the Medical Qualities of Tea, and on the Effects of Tea-Drinking

      Charles Dilly, London 1799 - First published in 1772, this is "A New Edition"; 101 pages, plus three full page hand colored plates, hand colored folding frontispiece, and single leaf b/w illustration; Beautifully rebound in green half leather with green cloth over boards; Raised spine bands, with black leather spine label and gilt stamped lettering; Contents trimmed to edges of plates; Covers are slightly bumped at corners, though remains clean and very attractive; One inch closed tear, with some related wrinkles on blank front free end page (of rebind); Folding frontispiece with half inch closed tear on bound edge, entering image; Title page with a little foxing and soiling on edges, and inked name at top edge; Contents are otherwise clean, complete, and intact. Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arte Pirotecnia.

      [Italy, late 18th century]. - Large 4to (270 x 195 mm). 36 ff. With 72 very interesting pen-and-ink drawings, partly coloured in brown, yellow and reddish washes. Contemporary marbled boards. In custom-made cloth portfolio. Spectacularly illustrated manuscript describing and illustrating many moveable and rotating pyrotechnical units and machines, including rockets. The title-page, bearing the name of a former owner (Valentino Vieri, who probably also added some probationes pennae), is followed by a description of the first 62 coloured drawings, beginning with the "Giuoco della Luna e Sole" (games of moon and sun), including all sorts of revolving, spouting, exploding and firing units, rockets, and other gadgets: On fol. 20r three objects are illuminated: an aloe vase, a tree, and a coat of arms, inscribed "Dini". Fols. 20v-23r show full-page installations, including a "Colona Trionfante" with a winged angel on top, a Lion of St. Mark, the symbol of the free Republic of Venice, holding an open book with his right paw (displaying the text "Pax tibi Marce Evangelista meus"), an oval on top of a balustrade, bearing the text "W. Gesu Giuseppe e Maria", a "Piramicia Egiziana", and a cupola with lanterns and fire pots. Fols. 23v-25r contains two double-page war scenes: the first, a fortified castle by a coast, with a vessel and a galley at sea; the second, a fortified tower and an army camp with tents opposite, with symbols of war and military equipment in the foreground. The final fols. 25v-36v contain indexes and instructions for fireworks: (1) "Indice delli Giuochi di Fuocho" (the various units and rockets; fols. 25v-26v); (2) "Regole Generali": 84 numbered instructions for construction and operation of fireworks (fols. 27r-35r); (3) "Indice delle Misture" (fols. 35v-36r); and "Catalogo de Generi ed Utensili" (fol. 36v). - There may be a connection between this manuscript and the Papal Master of Ceremonies Msgr. Giuseppe Dini (d. 1799). The Library of the Getty Research Centre possesses a ms. written by Dini ("Relazione o sia diario di tutto quelle che e stato osservato in Roma nelle venuta del Re delle due Sicilie Ferdinando IV e la Regina Maria Carolina Arciduchessa d'Austria", 1791) containing biographical and historical notes, including descriptions of the preparations for the royal visit with details about the route, the number of soldiers guarding the visitors, and the costs of the entertainment (including operatic performances and fireworks). At the back of that manuscript are printed announcements of the firework display and official appearances by Pope Pius VI. - In 1782 Dini - as that Pope's Master of Ceremonies - published a diary of the Papal journey, via Venice, to Vienna (undertaken with an aim to mitigate the social and ecclesiastical reforms enacted by Emperor Joseph II). Perhaps the ms. with its explicit references to the Republic of Venice can be connected with this 1782 journey (a German edition, "Vollständiges Tagebuch von der Reise des Pabsts Pius VI. nach Wien", appeared in Breslau in 1783). Another possibility is a connection with the election of the new Pope Pius VII in March 1800 in Venice, after a very difficult conclave in Venice that began in December 1799, soon after the death of Pius VI and just before the death of Dini on 2 November 1799. - Spine slightly damaged; some browning. In good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships. - Part II. A Voyage to Brobdingnag. - Part III. A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi, Glubbdubdrib, Luggnagg and Japan. - Part IV. A Voyage to the Houyhnhnms.

      - 4 parts in 2 vols. 8vo (192 x 120 mm). Mit Frontispiz-Portrait von Gulliver, nach John Sturt radiert von Robert Sheppard und 6 Kupfertafeln mit Karten und Plänen nach H. Moll. XVI, 148 S.; [VI], 164 S.; [VI], 155 p.; [VIII], 199 S. Hellbraune Lederbände des 19. Jhs., signiert von Francis Bedford (1799-1883), Rücken über fünf erhabenen Bünden, mit Dreifachfilete in Goldprägung auf beiden Deckeln, mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und je zwei Rückenschildchen, marmorierte Vorsätze. London, Printed for Benj[amin] Motte, at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleet-street, [28 October] 1726. Editio princeps des berühmtesten satirischen Werks der englischen Literatur. Zwischen dem 28. Oktober und Dezember 1726 wurde es durch Benjamin Motte in insgesamt drei Drucken erstmals veröffentlicht; das Portrait-Frontispiz des vorliegenden ersten Druckes liegt wie üblich in der zweiten Variante vor, mit dem Text innerhalb der ovalen Einfassung. Der unmittelbar einsetztende Publikumserfolg wird bezeugt durch John Gays Brief vom 17. November 1726 (in: Correspondence Bd. III, S. 182): "About ten days ago a Book was published here of the Travels of one Gulliver, which hath been the conversation of the whole town . From the highest to the lowest it is universally read, from the Cabinet-council to the Nursery". Swift schrieb seinen von Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan beeinflussten utopisch-satirischen Reiseroman zwischen 1720/21 und 1726 in Irland, wohin er 1694 zurückgekehrt war. Um die Vorspiegelung tatsächlich unternommener Reisen glaubhaft zu machen, wurde das Buch mit sechs Landkarten, auf denen die beschriebenen Länder, meist in Verbindung mit wirklich vorhandenen, ausgestattet. Zusammen mit dem 1719 veröffentlichten und ebenfalls im Ich-Ton gehaltenen "Robinson Crusoe" von Daniel Defoe steht Swifts Hauptwerk am Anfang der Entwicklung des bürgerlichen Romans, der sich zur herrschenden Gattung herausbilden sollte. Swift bediente sich einer Gegenüberstellung von gesellschaftlicher Kritik und Utopie, wie sie durch die Reisen des recht naiven Helden Gulliver (von englisch "gullible" [=leichtgläubig]) in das Land der Zwerge beziehungsweise der Riesen symbolischer kaum sein könnte. Swift verstand sein Werk als harsche Kritik an Eitelkeit und Heuchelei jener Zeitgenossen, die er bei Hofe und in der Politik kennen gelernt hatte. Swifts fabulöses Buch fand dann allerdings bald auch Kritik, so u. a. durch Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Thackeray und Walter Scott. Die verwendeten Karten wurden nach Hermann Molls "A New and Correct Map of the Whole World Shewing ye Situation of its Principal Parts" von 1719 vermutlich von Sturt und Sheppard nachgezeichnet und gestochen. "These maps appeared in all the editions published by Motte; they were even reproduced in the pirated Dublin editions of 1727 . and they appeared in all the later 18th-century editions" (Frederick Bracher). - Ein frisches und schön gebundenes Exemplar. EINBAND: Hellbrauner geglätteter Kalbslederband des 19. Jhs. über 5 erhabenen Bünden, Deckel mit goldgeprägter Dreifachfilete, reicher Rückenvergoldung mit je 2 Rückenschildern, Steh- und reicher Innenkantenvergoldung, marmorierte Vorsätze, Goldschnitt [signiert von Francis Bedford (1799-1883)]. Ralph Clutton (died 1888, bookplate). 0Teerink 289 A; Hubbard 27f.; PMM 185; Negley 1081; Lewis 185f.; Maslen, The printers of Robinson Crusoe, in: The Library, 5th ser 7 (1952), p. 124f.; Roberts, The History of Science Fiction (2006), p. 68ff.; Gove 254f.; Fortunati/Trousson 260; Davidson, A Books Collector's Notes (1970), 39f. ("Gulliver's Travels is an essential starting point for any collection of fictitious voyages to Australia"); Bracher, The Maps in Gulliver's Travels, in: The Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. VIII (1944), p. 59f. First issue of the first edition (Teerink's "A" edition). It is uncertain exactly when Swift started writing Gulliver's Travels, but some sources suggest as early as 1713 when Swift, Gay, Pope, Arbuthnot and others formed the Scribl [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Carte du théâtre de la Guerre en Orient.

      Paris, Chanlaire & Mentelle, 1798-1799. - 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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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Voß").

      Eutin, 27. VI. 1799. - ½ S. 8vo. An den Verleger Johann Friedrich Hammerich (1763-1827) in Altona: "Sie haben mir nicht gemeldet, l[ieber] H[err] Hammerich, ob der Drucker in Halle die Georgica wirklich erhalten soll. Gestern habe ich die ernsthaftesten Warnungen gelesen: er sei windig, nachlässig, wortbrüchig. Was er bei Bredows Buche gethan habe, werden Sie selbst am besten wissen. Könnte nicht Göschen den Druck übernehmen? oder sonst ein biederer Drucker der Gegend? Auf jeden Fall nehme ich mein M[anu]s[cri]pt nach Halle, und erwarte dort Ihre Entscheidung. Am Montag reise ich, und halte mich 5-6 Tage in Halberstadt auf. Ihre Antwort trifft mich in Halle bei Prof. Wolf. Die Zeichnung der Pflüge haben Sie doch erhalten? [. ]." - Gabriel Bredows "Handbuch der alten Geschichte, nebst einem Entwurfe der Weltkunde der Alten nach Voss" war 1799 in Hammerichs Verlag erschienen. Der von Voß so skeptisch beurteilte Hallenser Drucker dürfte Johann Jakob Gebauer gewesen sein; Voß' Übersetzung von Vergils "Georgica" sollte noch 1799 im Selbstverlag in Eutin sowie bei Bohn in Hamburg erscheinen. - Faltspuren; sonst wohlerhalten. Oben links zeitgenöss. Bezeichnung "Voss" (wohl von Empfängerhand); unten rechts von etwas späterer Hand bezeichnet "Joh. Heinr. Voss". - Provenienz: Mitte des 19. Jhs. im Besitz des Dresdner Archäologen und Bibliothekars Karl Constantin Kraukling (1792-1873), der das Stück vom Schriftsteller Theodor Mundt (1808-61) erhalten hatte; vgl. Krauklings eigenh. Provenienzvermerk verso: "Handschrift von Joh. Heinr. Voss. Brief an Hammerich, Eutin 1799, erhalten von Dr. Th. Mundt 1842. K. C. Kraukling". Zuletzt in einer deutschen Privatsammlung. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Il Misogallo. Prose, e rime ...

      s.t. 1799 (ma 1803 - 1804) 8vo (cm.21), antiporta fig., 5 cc.nn., 184 pp. Brossura muta in carta azzurra con piccole mancanze, lievi ingialliture sparse, ma buon esemplare in barbe. Edizione originale, rara, contenente l’ ‘Intenzione dell’Autore’ riguardo alla pubblicazione di questa raccolta di versi e prose contro i ‘Galli’.

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        UVRES COMPLETTES D?OVIDE TRADUITES EN FRANÇAIS Auquelles on a ajouté la vie de ce poëte, les Hymnes de Callimaque, le Pervigilium Verneris, l?Epitre de Lingendes sur l?exil d?Ovide, et la traduction en vers de la belle Elégie d?Ovide sur son départ, par LE FRANC DE POMPIGNAN Edition imprimée sous les yeux et par les soins de J. CH. PONCELIN

      1799 - An VII, (1799), A PARIS, Chez DEBARLE, 3 Volumes in-quarto, pleines basanes glacées racinées, dos lisse agréablement ornés et pièces de titre maroquin rouge et noire, plats ornés d?un triple filet d?encadrement, double filet aux coupes, toutes tranches marbrées. Menus défauts à la reliure cf. photos. Coiffe et mors. 3 Gravures frontispice de Queverdo et Thomas. 1er Vol. : Garde, 1 f. p. de fx titre, superbe gravure frontispice avec serpente, p. de titre, 290 pages, 1 f. et garde. 2nd Vol. : Garde, 1 f. p. de fx titre, superbe gravure frontispice avec serpente, p. de titre, 436 pages, 1 f. et garde. 3e Vol. : Garde, 1 f. p. de fx titre, superbe gravure frontispice avec serpente, p. de titre, 392 pages, 1 f. et garde. BEL EXEMPLAIRE BIEN FRAIS

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        TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR DISTRICTS OF AFRICA: PERFORMED UNDER THE DIRECTION AND PATRONAGE OF THE AFRICAN ASSOCIATION, IN THE YEARS 1795, 1796, AND 1797...WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING GEOGRAPHICAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF AFRICA: BY MAJOR RENNELL

      London: W. Bulmer and Co. for the Author, 1799. [iii]-xxviii,372,xcii,[2]pp. plus frontispiece, two leaves of music, three folding maps, and five plates (two folding). [with:] Park, Mungo: THE JOURNAL OF A MISSION TO THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA, IN THE YEAR 1805.... London. 1815. [10],cxxx,[1],219pp. plus folding map. Quarto. Contemporary tree calf, neatly rebacked to style, spine gilt, leather labels. Some light scuffing and wear to boards. Light, even age toning, some scattered foxing. Very good. Third edition, after the first two of the same year, of Park's initial African expedition and adventures. He was instructed by the African Association "to pass on to the River Niger either by way of Bambouk or by such other route as should be found most convenient, to ascertain the course, and if possible the rise and termination, of that river." Along the way he experienced almost unbelievable depredations, including robberies by local kings, imprisonment, and the loss of everything except his horse, clothing, and a pocket compass. He fell ill and would have died had a black man named Kaarta Taura not taken him in for several months. Includes the text of a "Negro Song" and a vocabulary of the Mandigo language. A fundamental African exploration. The second work is the first edition. Following his first expedition into the interior of Africa, Park returned to his Peebles surgery until, having applied several times to Joseph Banks and the African Association, he was finally asked to serve on another expedition. The expedition was charged with locating the source of the Niger River, and Parks headed a largely military force, facing disease and danger at every turn. The mission was a total disaster - forty-four Europeans died, the last of them a small group who, along with Park, were attacked at Bousa. Park had managed to send his journals back to Gambia prior to the attack, and they were edited by John Whishaw and finally published, with a life of Park, in the present form. KAINBACHER, p.102 (another ed). TRAIN, p.111. PRINTING AND THE MIND OF MAN 253. ESTC N13834.

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        Message from the President of the United States, accompanying sundry papers relative to the affairs of the United States, with the French Republic. 18th January, 1799....

      [Philadelphia: Pr. for the House of Representatives 8vo (20.1 cm, 7.9"). 123, [1 (blank)] pp.. 1799] [with] Message from the President of the United States, accompanying a report of the Secretary of State, containing observations on some of the documents, communicated by the President, on the eighteenth instant. 21st January, 1799. Philadelphia: John Ward Fenno, 1799. 8vo. [2], 45, [3 (2 blank)] pp. President John Adams introduces both items; the first work consists primarily of the correspondence of Elbridge Gerry, American envoy at Paris, with Talleyrand, prior to the former's recall from France. Evans assigns this to William Ross's press. The second piece is a report by the Secretary of State on developments following the transactions cited in the first. 18th: ESTC W026145; Evans 36551. 21st: ESTC W026008; Evans 36546. Recently attractively bound in quarter blue goat over blue cloth, leather edges rolled in gilt; spine with gilt-stamped title, place, and date, raised bands accented with gilt-stamped abstract floral design and straight and wavy rules. Title-page hinged on with long-fiber tissue, outer margin repaired with same. Varying degrees of foxing, with some leaves untouched, some slightly spotted, and some notably darkened.

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        MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING CERTAIN DOCUMENTS ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE INSURRECTION IN PENNSYLVANIA; THE RENEWAL OF COMMERCE WITH ST. DOMINGO; AND THE MISSION TO FRANCE. 5TH DECEMBER, 1799.

      [Philadelphia]:. 1799. 42pp, disbound. Minimal foxing, light institutional rubberstamp on title page. Very Good. Judge Richard Peters of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania advises President Adams "that a daring combination and treasonable opposition to the laws of the United States has recently been brought to a crisis in Northampton County, in this District." Resistance to the U.S. law "laying a tax on lands and houses" is described, with reports of the U.S. Marshal, depositions of witnesses, the President's proclamation, and military orders. Relations with France occupy the rest of the Message, beginning with the President's Proclamation renewing commerce with St. Domingo. A letter from the aged Patrick Henry to Secretary of State Pickering is included, regretting the infirmity that prevents his serving as envoy to France. Also included are several letters, in French and English, from and to Talleyrand on relations between the two countries. FIRST EDITION. Evans 36557.

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        Lucinde. Ein Roman.

      Frölich, 1799 - 300 Seiten; Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer aufgelösten Klosterbibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen/ Instituts-Stempel im Buchinnern; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise stockfleckig; Buchrücken leicht gelöst (Titelblatt vom Rest gelöst); Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; ALTSCHRIFT! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 200

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        An essay on electricity, explaining the principles of that useful science; and describing the instruments, Contrived Either to Illustrate the Theory, or Render the Practice Entertaining. Illustrated with six plates. To which is added, a letter to the author, from Mr. John Birch, Surgeon, on the Subject of Medical Electricity. By the late George Adams, Mathematical Instrument maker to his Majesty, &c. The fifth edition, with corrections and additions, by William Jones, Mathematical Instrument Maker

      London printed by J. Dillon, and Co. for, and sold by, W. and S. Jones, Opticians, Holborn, 1799 8vo: xiv[bound out of sequence],594pp, with six copper-engraved plates. Tall, untrimmed, wide-margined copy, completely unsophisticated, in original drab grey boards, beige paper spine, printed paper label. An exemplary example, binding square and tight; pages, clean fresh and bright. Wheeler Gift 519b. Fine

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        Message from the President of the United States, accompanying a report of the Secretary of State, containing observations on some of the documents, communicated by the President, on the eighteenth instant. 21st January, 1799. Ordered to lie on the table.

      Important documentation of a low point in relations between the United States and France, summing up the state of affairs following the signing of Jay's Treaty and the revelation of the XYZ Affair. John Adams's letter of transmittal is on the verso of the title-page, followed by Pickering's report describing numerous French government actions that could be interpreted as hostile or aggressive, if not directly contrary to international law, including much mention of seizures of American ships; the letter closes with Pickering's incendiary warning "I hope we shall remember ?that the Tyger crouches before he leaps upon his prey'" (p. 45).

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        A missionary voyage to the southern Pacific Ocean, performed in the years 1796, 1797, 1798 in the ship Duff commanded by Captain James Wilson, compiled from thejournals of the officers and the missionaries; and illustrated with maps, charts, and views drawn by Mr William Wilson.

      S Gosnell for T Chapman, London 1799 - a1-4+[2 binders direction]+[8 subscribers]+[4]+c-420+[4 additional subscribers] pages with 7 maps (5 folding) and 6 plates. Quarto (11 3/4" x 9 1/2") with new spine in six compartment with red label in gilt over original decorative blind stamped calf boards. (Ferguson 329; Sabin 104.633) First edition, first printing. Captain James Wilson (1760&#150;1814), brought the first British missionaries to Tahiti on ship Duff in 1797. Wilson was a deeply religious man. The missionaries he brought were from the London Missionary Society. There were thirty men, six women and three children. Wilson, on the Duff also explored and visited many islands in the Pacific, some of which had never had any recorded visit by a European. Among these the most important are Mangareva in the Gambier Islands and Pukarua in the Tuamotus. Duff Paid a visit as a missionary ship to Tahiti during 1796, as a result, Missionary Society has first been established in Tahiti. Three years after the establishment, the directors of the Society appointed a committee to consider a suitable memorial for presentation to Wilson for his services in helping to establish the first mission in the South Seas. Wilson fought with the British army during the American War of independence and then served nine years with the East India company. While in India he was captured by Hyder Ali and, after a daring bid for escape, was imprisoned in the black hole of Seringapatam. After his release he continued service as a captain and, despite illness and further dangerous missions, accumulated sufficientr esources to retire. throughout it all, Wilson remained fast in his irreligious opinions. While living in England with his niece, however, he was converted to an evangelical faith. he felt called to volunteer for missionary service after reading the Evangelical Magazine. Haweis did not know Wilson before receiving a letter volunteering his services in the Pacific. his skills and newfound devotion seemed perfectly suited to the situation, and Haweis saw him as &#147;God&#146;s man.&#148; the Duff arrived at Tahiti on march 5, 1797. the settlement at Tahiti of twenty of the missionaries, five of them with wives, and two children gives further examples of the role of the missionary captain. A pattern of intercourse had already been established by other voyagers, according to which the captain of a vessel would take the leading role in meetings. It is therefore not surprising that the focus of the chapter describing the arrival is on meetings between significant island figures and Captain Wilson. For example, Manemane, a &#147;high priest&#148; Frommo&#146;orea, sought Wilson as a tayo, or friend, not Jefferson, the president of the missionaries. The official account of the first mission appeared in 1799, under the lengthy title A missionary voyage to the southern Pacific Ocean, performed in the years 1796, 1797, 1798 in the ship Duff commanded by Captain James Wilson, compiled from thejournals of the officers and the missionaries; and illustrated with maps, charts, and views drawn by Mr William Wilson.it was placed firmly within the tradition of the voyages ofdiscovery by an introduction compiledby samuel Greatheed that described previous european contacts with the islands and anappendix &#147;including details never before published of the natural and civil state of otaheite.&#148; the main narrative was taken from Wilson&#146;s journal, with additions from his son and a journal kept by the missionaries during the period when the Duff was away from Tahiti at Tonga. Wilson dominated the events recorded in the narrative. Condition: Some offset toning from maps, occasional foxing, water mark to upper margin on some leaves, two leaves miss-bound at back, re-backed with contemporary blind stamped calf boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire abregee des insectes, dans laquelle ces animaux sont ranges suivant un ordre methodique.

      - Nouvelle edition, revue, corrigee, & augmentee d'un supplement considerable, par M. Geoffroy. 2 Bände. Calixte-Volland, Paris An VII (1799). XXVIII, 556 S. 2 Bl., 744 S. mit 22 gest. handkolorierten gefalt. Kupfertaf. 4°. Schöne Hldr.-Bände d. Zt. mit Rückensch. Außerordentlich frisches Exemplar mit sehr schön kolorierten Tafeln. Kolorierte Exemplare sind selten. Horn/Schenkling, 7523; Nissen, 1522. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Great Historical Picture of the Storming of Seringapatam, by the British Troops and Their Allies, May 4th, 1799 Painted by Robert Ker Porter.

      Glendenning, Printer, [1799] - Broadside printed with schematic diagram, oblong folio (375 x 490mm.) A rare woodcut key and advertisement, ESTC citing only 2 copies, to view Robert Ker's celebrated panorama of the " Storming of Seringapatam", the defeat of Tipu, Sultan of Mysore, by General George Harris in 1799. The panorama was exhibited at the Lyceum, London, "Admittance one shilling". The storming of Seringapatam led to the death of Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore, and brought to an end the third Anglo-Mysore War. His body was discovered in a tunnel like passage near the Water Gate and described as "rather corpulent, with a short neck and high shoulders, but his wrists and ankles were small and delicate."

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        Leben und Thaten des scharfsinnigen Edlen Don Quixote von la Mancha übersetzt von Ludiwg Tieck. 4 Bde (= komplett).

      Berlin Johann Friedrich Unger /1800/1801 1799 - XXXII, 440 S.; [1] Bl., 478 S.; 488 S.; 547 S. Kl.-8vo (17 cm). Neue Ppbde (unter Verwendung der alten, goldgeprägten Rückenschilder) mit Goldfileten u. goldgeprägter Bandzahl u. [El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha; dt.]. - Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616). - Erste Ausgabe der gerühmten Übertragung von Ludwig Tieck, die als die bekannteste deutsche Übersetzung gilt, durch die die Deutschen erst mit Cervantes' Meisterwerk bekannt wurden. Von den Brüdern Schlegel mit der Übertragung betraut, begann Tieck das Projekt 1798 im Alter von erst 25 Jahren und schrieb Jahre später an Solger: "Mit der unbrauchbarsten Ausgabe, dem schlechtesten Wörterbuch, nachdem ich seit vielen Jahren kein Spanisch gelesen, unternahm ich damals diese Uebersetzung" (ADB XXVIII (1894), S. 251-276 [Onlinefassung]. - Innen gelegentlich gering stockfleckig [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Bees. A Poem. From the fourteenth Book of Vaniere's Prædium rusticum .

      Printed for F. and C. Rivington ., London 1799 - First edition: a rare poem on the behaviour and cultivation of bees, copiously and diversely annotated with references to bees in Classical literature; crocodile anatomy; Jesuit activity in South America, etc. Murphy was a close friend of Samuel Johnson, also to the Thrales, to whose sixth child, Susanna Arabella, he dedicates the present work. 8vo (206 × 125 mm), pp. xxiv, 70, [1]; complete with the half-title and final advertisement leaf; slightly later half calf, rubbed; armorial bookplate of Philip Hamond. [British Bee Books 157. ESTC locates 9 copies, of which only three in America (Library Company of Philadelphia, Minnesota, Yale).] [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Voyage aux Regions equinoxiales du Nouveau Continent, fait en 1799-1804.

      - Partie 6 (Botanique), section 1: Plantes èquinoxiales. Bd. 1 (v. 2). Paris u. Tübingen 1808. 4 Bl., VII, 234 S. mit 1 gest. Poprträt u. 68 Kupfer-Tafeln. Gr.-Folio. Hldr. d. Zt. Berieben u. bestoßen, Rücken beschäd. u. mit 1 größeren Fehlstelle. Unbeschn. Die ersten 2 Bl. etwas knitterig. Text teils minimal fleckig, die Tafeln am Rand teils etwas angestaubt, sonst sehr sauber und breitrandig. &#150; Fiedler/Leitner 252 ff.; Löwenberg 12 ff.; Nissen 954. &#150; Der erste Pflanzenband von Humboldts großartigem wissenschaftlichem Reisewerk in einem kompletten Exemplar. Die Tafeln zu diesem Band erschienen nur in schwarzweiß (entgegen der Angabe von Nissen) vgl. Fiedler/Leitner S. 255. &#150; Wie alle Bände von Humboldts Reisewerk sehr selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Choral-bok af 90 melodier til 260 svenske psalmer jemte organist-scholans andra del, som förklaring.

      - Stockholm, kongl. privilegierade not-tryckeriet, (1799). Oblong 4to. (4) s.+ 23 pp. with engr. music. The text leaf with slight foxing, and with a minor hole in inner margin to leaf two. Contemporary half calf, blind stamped spine. Detta verk brukar kallas för Voglers koralbok. Hans organistskola utkom 1798. Texten består av ett index och en konkordans. Georg Joseph Vogler (1749-1814) kallades till Sverige av Gustav III år 1786 för att bla vara musiklärare åt kronprinsen. I hans uppdrag ingick även att skriva operor och leda kungliga operan. Han turnerade med orgelkonserter och introducerade ny musik i Sverige, och startade en musikutbildning. Hans kanske idag mest kända stycke i Sverige är hymnen ?Hosianna, Davids son? Bland hans elever märks Joseph Martin Kraus, Giacomo Meyerbeer och Carl Maria von Weber. Som koralutgivare hamnade Vogler i konflikt med Haeffner, och en pamflettpolemik dem emellan utvecklades.

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        Observations of the effects which carriage wheels with rims of different shapes, have on the roads;

      4to., two folding engraved plates, the first of which is mounted on a stub as a frontispiece, one small text figure, 66pp., contemporary half calf over marbled boards with a coroneted monogram on upper cover, neatly rebacked gilt. A very good copy sometime in the library of the Franklin Institute (book label on front pastedown and ink stamp on blank verso of title only). Goldsmiths 17721. With a total of 5 further locations in OCLC & ESTC (BL NLS Un. of Natal Un. Michigan Un. Wisconsin). The slight 1st ed., published in 1797, has a mere IV 27pp. and one plate. ESTC & OCLC locate copies at 7 libraries worldwide. Alexander Cumming (1733-1814), watchmaker, inventor and "mechanician", is best remembered for his design and manufacture of clocks and watches. (But see further note on following item in this catalogue). In the present work, Cumming advocates the use of cylindrical wheel-rims in place of "tapering rims now universally used". It includes descriptions and illustrations of apparatus used by Cumming in his experiments. "As this Essay can only be considered as the basis of a system for the preservation and improvement of roads, private as well as public, I have bestowed much thought, for some time past, on the means that would best answer, to gain all the advantages that might reasonably be expected from a voluntary and universal use of cylindrical wheels; but as the attention of Parliament is at this time engaged in matters of such importance, as in a great measure to exclude the consideration of domestic improvements, no attempt has been hitherto made to bring it under discussion. It was on that account that I declined having this Essay inserted in the last volume of the Communications to the Board of Agriculture, with the other Essays on Roads, although the late President applied to me repeatedly for that purpose .....". [pp.3-4].

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        Musen - Almanach für das Jahr 1799.

      Tübingen, Cotta 1798.Mit gestochenem Frontispiz von Guttenberg nach H. Meyer. 8 Bll., 247 S., 2 Bll. Farbige illustr. Orig. - Broschur nach H. Meyer. Goed. V, 207, 5; Marcuse 166; Hagen 613; Hirzel A 213; Meyer 567; Borst 845; Kippenberg I, 555. Mit Erstdrucken von Schiller (Das Glück, Die Bürgschaft, Des Mädchens Klage u. a.), Goethe (Die Metamorphose der Pflanzen, Amyntas, Euphrosyne u. a.), Hölderlin (Sokrates und Alcibiades, An unsere Dichter), Matthisson, Sophie Mereau, A. W. Schlegel, Tieck u. a. - Mit dem Kalendarium. In der farbigen Broschur auf gelbem Papier nicht häufig. - Tls. stockfleckig, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar! Bücher de

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        Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte: der Fische erster [UND: zweyter] Theil.

      Augsburg, in der Martin Engelbrechtschen Kunsthandlung 1799-1800; EA; ca 17x11 cm; gest. Titelblatt, XLVIII, 352 Seiten mit 44 kolorierten Kupfertafeln; gest. Titelblatt, 416 (12) Seiten mit 52 kolorierten Kupfertafeln; dekorative Halbledereinbände d. Zt. mit 2 farbigen Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung (Einbände geringfügig bestoßen, Vorsatzblätter etwas leimschattig mit kleinen Kleberesten; sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar in äußerst ansprechenden Einbänden)Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The Annual Anthology

      Bristol: Printed by Biggs and Co. for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, London, 1799-1800, 1799. First edition. Tinker 1953. Water-stains to the leather boards margins and margins of the text in volume two; very good copy.. 2 vols, small 8vo, later red full morocco by Stikeman, gilt rules, decorations and lettering. Leaf B8 in volume one excised, as usual, and C3 in volume two is a cancel. An important collection of original Romantic verse, edited by Southey, with contributions by him and other major and minor figures in his circle: Coleridge (27 poems), Lamb, Amelia Opie, Thomas Beddoes, Francis Wrangham and Joseph Cottle, among others.

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        Phantasien über die Kunst, für Freunde der Kunst. Herausgegeben von Ludwig Tieck.

      Hamburg, Perthes 1799.IV, 203 S, HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und etwas Rückenverg. Goedeke VI, 36, 37 und VI, 47, 6. Borst 851. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Fortsetzung der ?Herzensergießungen eines kunstliebenden Klosterbruders?. - ?Ein Theil dieser Aufsätze ist ein Vermächtniß meines verstorbenen Freundes W. H. Wackenroder, wovon er die letztern erst kurz vor seiner Krankheit ausgearbeitet und mir mitgetheilt hat? (Vorwort von Tieck). - Titelaufnahme und Rechnung des Antiquariats Fritz Eggert von 1970 (DM 300) für das vorliegende Exemplar beiliegend. - Rückenschild tls. abgerieben. Kleiner Bibliotheks - Aufkleber, Ecken etwas bestoßen. Sehr gutes breitrandiges und nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar! Bücher de

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        General Karte von Europa, nach den neuesten astronomischen Beobachtungen, den vorzüglichsten Special=Karten, und zum Theil noch nicht gestochenen Zeichnungen, auf das genaueste entworfen, und nach den jetzigen Grenzen richtig abgetheilt, herausgegeben 1799 - von der K.K. privileg. Schneider und Weigelschen Kunst- und Buchhandlung in Nürnberg.':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich b. Schneider & Weigel in Nürnberg, dat. 1799, 52 x 60,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 124 f. (Adam Gottlieb Schneider, 1745-1815. Cartographer and publisher of Nuremberg. Worked with Weigel. .). - Zeigt Europa zwischen der Küste von Grönland, Küste von Nordafrika, Kaspisches Meer und Sibirien. - Unten rechts Titel und Verlegerangabe. - Unten rechts Zusatzbemerkung "Die unterstrichenen Namen zeigen die jetzigen Statthalterschaften in Europaeischen Russland an.".

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        Poems

      Boston: Manning & Loring, 1799. New cloth spine and matching endsheets, but the book maintains its original boards. Previous owner's name (Jane Allen) and the date 1826 on the second front endpaper. Overall, a most acceptable copy of the first U.S. edition of this title by the noted British poet. Southey was the Poet Laureate for thirty years prior to his death in 1843. 132 pp. . First American Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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