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        HONGANJI NI KENNOU KINGIN SAIKU ZUE ZEN

      Kyoto [?]: Nakamura Tasuke [?], 1800. Album of genre scenes by the artist Yamaguchi Soken (1759-1818) who was a pupil of the great Maruyama Okyo.Splendidly colored woodcuts, with a surprisingly contemporary graphic impact, on double leaves in the oriental style. Stitched into dark red limp cover, embossed with an overall pattern, with title labels pasted on. Pages are patched at the bottom corner, affecting the borders (only). Uncommon.

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        [Group of Eight Privately Printed Works]

      [London], [late 1800s]. Very Good. A very scarce collection of Lushington's privately printed writings. All were printed by the Chiswick Press. Vernon Lushington (1832-1912) was an English solicitor, a Positivist, an associate of many famous writers and artists, a friend of the Pre-Raphaelites, and the father of the model for Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway. He remains virtually unknown today, but recently available family archives reveal how interesting and important figure he was. It was Lushington who arranged the first meeting between his friend Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones. He contributed to The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine and remained a long-time friend of William Morris, often visiting Kelmscott Manor. There was also a close connection between the Lushington and the Stephen family. After his wife died, Lushington's three daughters were taken under the wing of Julia Stephen, wife of Leslie Stephen, and mother of Virginia Woolf. The eldest daughter, Kitty, became the model for the eponymous heroine of Woolf's novel Mrs. Dalloway. Lushington's views on Positivism, politics, and literature are clearly evident in the occasional poetry he wrote and had printed by the Chiswick Press. This collection comprises: 1) Positivist Hymns, London, 1885. First edition. Original wrappers. 60 pages. 2) Moses. [London n.d.] First edition. Original wrappers. 28 pages. 3) St. Paul. [London, n.d.] First edition. Original wrappers.17 pages. 4) Sonnets on the Positivist Calendar. [London, n.d.]. Original wrappers. 5) Good for Evil: or a Marriage in Kensington Square. [London, n.d.] 7 pages. 6) Remembered Words. [London, n.d.]. Original wrappers. 27 pages. 7) A Slab Tomb in Rome [London, n.d.] 12 pages. 8) Prophetic. [London, n.d.]. 2 pages. Some light wear and browning to the wrappers but still very good copies of such fragile publications. POE/103014.

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        Bogstaver (Letters).

      (Denmark c. 1800) - Octavo. (6)ff. Manuscript alphabet book in Danish with hand-colored illustrations throughout. Written in cursive script, the book opens with lowercase and capital-letter alphabets. These are followed by tables of small, precise, colored drawings of items beginning with each letter of the alphabet, accompanied by descriptions of the items. Other pages have large illustrations at the top which are slightly Neoclassical in style, with lessons related to each written below. In one illustration, titled "Symbol," a burning torch and an arrow tied together with ribbon are described as an ancient Greek symbol of love and friendship. Other illustrations depict musical instruments and a scroll with roses. Fine in modern gray boards with a gilt-titled vellum spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Polizey von London. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit erläuternden Anmerkungen versehen von J. W. Volkmann.

      Leipzig, in der Baumgärtnerschen Buchhandlung, 1800.. 2 Theile (in 1 Band). 8vo. Zeitgenössischer Pappband mit Buntpapierbezug und schönem Rotschnitt. (St.a.Tbrückseite von Bd. 1).. Goldsmiths 18053-54; Palgrave I, 334. - Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe, mit dem 47 Seiten umfassenden seltenen Anhang zu Band I, der nicht allen Ausgaben beigegeben wurde. "A mine of hard facts about the Port of London, its trade, regulations, problems and related crime at the end of the 18th century. The most comprehensive and reliable study of the subject published up to that time, it provides a detailed view of the daily workings of what was then the world's busiest trading port" (Amex Bank 103 zur englischen Originalausgabe von 1800). I. Ueber Londons Polizey besonders in Bezug auf Verbesserungen und Verhütungsmittel der Verbrechen. Nebst einem Anhange ähnlichen Inhalts, im Auszuge aus Briefen. Aus dem Englischen, nach der fünften Auflage, übersetzt und mit einigen Erläuterungen versehen. Leipzig 1800. LVI, 462, 47 S. II. Ueber Londons Fluß- und Hafen-Polizey besonders in Bezug auf Verbesserungen und Verhütungsmittel der Verbrechen, nebst Nachrichten vom Handel des Londoner Hafens. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit einigen Erläuterungen versehen. Leipzig o. J. XVI, 382 S. Nebst einer (gefalt.) Kupfertafel und 5 gefalt. Tabellen.

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        Handbuch des Parlamentarrrechts oder Darstellung der Verhandlungsweise und des Geschäftsganges beim englischen Parlament und beim Congreß der vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika Uebersetzt und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Leopold von Henning.

      Berlin: Ferdinand Dümmler. Erste deutsche Ausgabe.. ADB XI, 777 / Sabin 35887 - Die sehr seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe von "Manual of Parliamentary Practice, for the use of the senate of the United States" (Washington 1800), zugleich Erstlingswerk des Übersetzers Leopold von Henning (1791-1866), mit dessen eigenhändiger Widmung an den Theologen Dr. (Christian Wilhelm) Spieker auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Es fehlt das zweite Blatt des Vorwortes, sonst komplett. Teils leicht fleckig, Vorsatz leimschattig, 1 Blatt des Vorworts im Bug eingerissen. / The extremely rare first german edition of Jeffersons main publication "Manual of Parliamentary Practice, for the use of the senate of the United States" (Washington 1800). Inscribed by the translator, german philosopher Leopold von Henning (1791-1866) to Christian Wilhelm Spieker on the front free endpaper. Lacking the second page of the translators preface. Binding rubbed. First page of the preface slithly detached. Some foxing only on the first pages. The first american edition of this publication was published shortly after Jefferson took office. This first german edition of utmost rarity. . Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Berlin, Ferdinand Dümmler, 1819. 8°. Titel, 3 Bl. (statt 4) , (III) - XII, 3 Bl., S. (15) - 319. Es fehlt das zweite Blatt des Vorwortes des Übersetzers. Originales Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenschildchen. ADB XI, 777 / Sabin 35887 - Die sehr seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe von "Manual of Parliamentary Practice, for the use of the senate of the United States" (Washington 1800), zugleich Erstlingswerk des Übersetzers Leopold von Henning (1791-1866), mit dessen eigenhändiger Widmung an den Theologen Dr. (Christian Wilhelm) Spieker auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Es fehlt das zweite Blatt des Vorwortes, sonst komplett. Teils leicht fleckig, Vorsatz leimschattig, 1 Blatt des Vorworts im Bug eingerissen. / The extremely rare first german edition of Jeffersons main publication "Manual of Parliamentary Practice, for the use of the senate of the United States" (Washington 1800). Inscribed by the translator, german philosopher Leopold von Henning (1791-1866) to Christian Wilhelm Spieker on the front free endpaper. Lacking the second page of the translators preface. Binding rubbed. First page of the preface slithly detached. Some foxing only on the first pages. The first american edition of this publication was published shortly after Jefferson took office. This first german edition of utmost rarity. Enthält / Includes Thomas Jefferson (* 2. Apriljul./ 13. April 1743greg. in Shadwell bei Charlottesville, Virginia; † 4. Juli 1826 auf Monticello bei Charlottesville, Virginia) war der dritte Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika (1801?-1809), der hauptsächliche Verfasser der amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitserklärung und einer der einflussreichsten Staatstheoretiker der USA. Jefferson war einer der Gründer der Demokratisch-Republikanischen Partei der Vereinigten Staaten. In seine Zeit als Präsident fielen der Kauf von Louisiana, die Expedition von Lewis und Clark und ein fehlgeschlagenes Embargo gegen Großbritannien und Frankreich. Er gilt als „Vater der Universität von Virginia?", und seine Privatbibliothek war der Grundstock für den Wiederaufbau der Library of Congress nach dem Krieg von 1812. Sein Denken war von der Aufklärung bestimmt. Er setzte sich für eine Trennung von Religion und Staat, für eine große Freiheit des Einzelnen und für eine starke föderale Struktur der Vereinigten Staaten ein. (Wikipedia) Leopold August Wilhelm Dorotheus von Henning (eigentlich von Henning auf Schönhoff; * 4. Oktober 1791 in Gotha; † 5. Oktober 1866 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Philosoph. Henning, Sohn des Obersten Christian von Henning (1748?-1809), studierte Geschichte, Jura und Philosophie in Heidelberg, anschließend (nach seiner Teilnahme an den Befreiungskriegen und einem Aufenthalt in London) Nationalökonomie in Wien. 1815 begann er sein Referendariat in Königsberg in der Neumark; nach erneuter Kriegsteilnahme hatte er ein Referendariat in Erfurt inne und lebte schließlich ab 1818 in Berlin, wo er zum Anhänger des gerade an die Berliner Universität berufenen Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel wurde. An der Universität erhielt er auf Hegels Wunsch im Juli 1820 eine Stelle als Repetent für die Hegelsche Philosophie und promovierte 1821. 1823 heiratete von Henning Emilie Krutisch (1805?-1853). Das Ehepaar hatte drei Söhne und sieben Töchter, darunter Laura von Henning (1826?-1911), die den Juristen Berthold Delbrück (1817?-1868) heiratete und die Mutter des Historikers Hans Delbrück (1848?-1929) und des Chemikers Max Delbrück (1850?-1919) war. Im Jahr 1825 wurde von Henning zum außerordentlichen Professor für Philosophie an die Berliner Universität berufen, 1835 erhielt er eine ordentliche Professur. Ab 1827 war er Redakteur der Jahrbücher für wissenschaftliche Kritik („Berliner Jahrbücher?"), die in den folgenden 20 Jahren zur einflussreichsten Zeitschrift der Hegelianer wurden. Nach Hegels Tod edierte von Henning innerhalb der Vollständigen Ausgabe von Hegels Werken die drei Bände über Logik. (Wikipedia)

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        The Watermen of Besons. An Entertaining Tale Selected for the Instruction & Amusement of Youth. Part I

      Cork: Printed by William West. [no date - circa 1800]. Edition unknown. Gray illustrated wrappers. 35pp. illustrated on almost every page. Creased on rear wrap, slight staining on the wrappers, a sound, good or better copy. A translation of a moral tale by the French Encyclopediste Jean-Francois Marmontal. The Oriental Tale in England in the Eighteenth Century p.73. OCLC locates no copies; Copac locates a single undated, similar but obviously different copy, published in Derby. Presumably a relatively early Cork imprint. Very scarce. .

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        Vermischte Schriften. Nach dessen Tode gesammelt und herausgegeben von Ludwig Christian Lichtenberg und Friedrich Kries. 9 Bände.

      Göttingen, Johann Christian Dieterich 1800 - 1806.. XXIV, 408; XVI, 460; XVI, 600; XVI, 544; VI, 544; VIII, 480; VIII, 414; XVI, 368; XX, 432 S. Mit 3 Porträts, 12 Kupfertafeln und 8 Holzschnittillustrationen, Pbd und Halblederbände der Zeit.. Erste rechtmäßige Gesamtausgabe.- Goed. IV,1,639,9; WG. 21.- Der erste Band ist Pappband der Zeit, der zweite Band neuer Halblederband den folgenden Bänden angeglichen.- Einige Vorsätze erneuert, Bände 7 - 9 mit durchgehendem Braunfleck in der unteren Ecke, Bände beschabt. ***Für unsere Schweizer Kunden: Konto in der Schweiz vorhanden***

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        The Trial of Jane Leigh Perrot Published 1800 Jane Austen

      UK: Thomas Norris, 1800. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Soft cover. Very Good+. Barry D Bulsara. The Trial of Jane Leigh Perrot Published 1800 Jane Austen. Paper wraps. The Trial of Jane Leigh Perrot, Wife of James Leigh Perrot, Esq; Charged With Stealing a Card of Lace, in the Shop of Elizabeth Gregory, Haberdasher and Milliner, at Bath, Before Sir Soulden Lawrence, Knight, One of the Justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench. At Taunton Assizes, On Saturday the 29th Day of March, 1800. Printed by and for Thomas Norris, White-lion-court; And Sold by Carpenter and Co. 14, Old Bond-street; E. Newbery, St. Paul's Churchyard; Hurst and Co. Paternaster-Row, London; Meyler, Bath; Sheppard, Bristol; Collins, Salisbury; Norris, and Poole, Taunton; and all other Booksellers. Mrs. Leigh Perrot, aunt of the English novelist Jane Austen, was acquitted of the capital charge of stealing lace from a shop in Bath. Illus. with 1 plate - Plan of Miss Gregory's Shop (late William Smith) 43pp. As described in 'The Borowitz True Crime Collection' : Sewn as issued; subsequently bound, with side-stitch, in plain brown wrappers. A typed title label has subsequently been added, obviously at a much later date by a previous owner. Covers creased (see images), but contents Vg+. With a Jane Austen association. Extremely rare.

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        Back of the State House, Philadelphia

      William Birch & Son, Philadelphia 1800 - Engraving with original hand-coloring. From "The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America; as it appeared in the year 1800.", First Edition. Plate size: 10 3/4 x 13 1/4". Inventory#: p412pmat.

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        Titan. Komischer Anhang zum Titan.

      6 Bände in 4 Bänden. Berlin, Matzdorff 1800/03.. Hld. d. Zt. m. reicher Rvg. Einbände etwas berieben. Vorsätze leimschatig. Papier naehzu fleckenfrei. Erstausgabe W.-G. II, 17 bzw. 15.

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        TIN CASE FAKE BOOK FROM THE MID 1800s With Painting On Front

      NORTHERN US: NONE STATED, 1800. Book. Good. Hardcover. TITLE: TIN CASE FAKE BOOK FROM THE MID 1800s With Painting On Front AUTHOR/MAKER: NONE STATED PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: NONE STATED EDITION: Assumed One Of A Kind CATEGORY: Book, Decorative, Folkart BINDING/COVER: Tinback without dust jacket COLOR: BEIGE CONDITION: The tin book like case has aged well; there is some natural cracking to the paint; there is some rust in the areas where the paint has chipped away. There is a wax like spot to the front. Tin case is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 6 x 9 (approximately) PAGES: NO pages. Vintage aged good. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: THIS IS A TIN CASE BOX MADE LIKE A BOOK AND NOT A BOOK! THERE IS A PAINTING OF A MAN AND TWO LADIES THAT APPEAR TO BE WEARING MID 1800s COSTUMES. The 1800s folk art painting itself has to be worth several hundred dollars. There is also a metal like holder near the center of the spine. COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 1200 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 007424 .

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        Ueber Nationalindustrie und Staatswirthschaft, nach Adam Smith bearbeitet. Erster, zweiter und dritter Theil

      Berlin, bei Heinrich Frölich 1800 - Three parts in three volumes in 8v0; pp. XXXII, 462, (2) errata; pp. VIII, 623, (1) errata; pp. VIII, 783, (1) errata; contemporary half calf over marbled boards, corners strengthened, spines with some gilding and two contrasting gilt lettering-pieces, a bit of bumping to extremities, one spine label with repair, gilding of lettering-pieces faded, contemporary name inscription on title pages, title pages verso with cancelled library stamp, sprinkled edges, inside clean and crisp, a good set. Rare first edition of Lueder's major work. F.A. Lueder (1760-1819) was one of the first German writers to escape the doctrines of mercantilism and to represent the ideas of liberalism. In this work he elaborates the doctrines of Adam Smith but deviates from him in his emphasis of the subjective nature of value and he stresses the significance of intellectual and moral factors in the development of a nation. Kress B 4225, Humpert 12766, Sauer 5/1968: 1692, Stammhammer Finanzen p. 282, Goldsmiths 17851, Roscher pp. 619-623 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        COLECCIÓN DE TABLAS PARA VARIOS USOS DE LA NAVEGACIÓN, POR Capitán de Navío de la Real Armada, miembro de la Real Sociedad de Londres.

      - 1800. LIBRO: (MARINA). Madrid: En la Imprenta Real. 1800. Folio. 2 h. inc. Port. XXII-410- 73 p. Galerías de polilla, sin afectar al texto. Piel, lomo liso. Primera edición de las llamadas Tablas de Mendoza , con las que su autor, el marino y astrónomo José de Mendoza y Ríos (1763-1816) facilitó los cálculos de las observaciones que se practicaban en la mar para determinar la longitud y la latitud de la nave, y algunos otros objetos propios del pilotaje y la astronomia naútica. Sendo Alférez de fragata en 1776, luchó contra corsarios ingleses, fue apresado en 1779 y no regresó a Cádiz hasta 1789. Ya como Teniente de fragata en 1782, luchó en el sitio de Gibraltar. En 1789 fue enviado a Inglaterra por el gobierno con el fin de comprar insturmentos marítimos que permitiesen modernizar la maltrecha marina española. Realizada su labor, al no querer regresar a España fue expulsado de la marina en 1800, residiendo desde entonces en Inglaterra. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        TA., Dahlheim, "Das Nonnen kloster Dahlheim, Cisterzienser Ordens. zwischen Mainz und dem 1/2 Stunde von Mainz gelegnen Dorf Zaghlbache gestiftet anno 1230 und aufgelöst 1802 die Gebäulichkeiten wurden in der folge abgerissen".

      . altkol. Umrißkupferstich n. Franz Graf Kesselstadt, um 1800, 13,5 x 18. Selten, wie alle Ansichten des Grafen von Kesselstadt.

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        History of America

      Cadell and Davies, London, 1800, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, The Ninth EditionFour Volumes (8 5/8 x 5 1/8), bound in contemporary tree calf, expertly rebacked in modern calf, raised bands with red and black morocco labels, marbled endpapers. Two bookplates on front pastedown of each volume. Corners of each volume very worn, as are the leading edges of each board. Text very clean, folding maps intact, Book

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        The History of the Ancient Town of Cirencester

      Cirencester - S. Rudder, 1800 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A fascinating piece of early topography divided into two parts focusing on the ancient state, and the modern and present state. Second edition. Featuring seven illustrated plates, a frontispiece of a plan of cirencester, and a folding plan of Oakley Great Park, as it was when it belonged to Henry Earl Bathurst. Condition: Rebacked with a calf spine, and original tree calf boards. Externally, lightly rubbed and wear to extremities. Spine is smart. Internally, firmly bound with reasonably bright leaves, generally clean, aside from the odd spot and off-setting. Copperplate ink inscription to title page. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Works (Never Before Published)

      London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1800. (EDGEWORTH FAMILY) First English edition. 8vo. Engraved portrait frontispiece. [iv], lxiv, 339, [1] pp. Contemporary quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, front joint cracked, rubbed. Provenance: Richard Lovell Edgeworth (bookplate); Charles Sneyd Edgeworth (signature on title-page, dated 1817) . Richard Edgeworth was Maria Edeworth's father. He died in June 1817 - the dated signature of Charles Sneyd Edgeworth suggests he inherited at least some of his father's library. Charles was Maria's half-brother; his mother, Elizabeth Sneyd, was Mr. Edgeworth's third wife

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        The Farmer's Almanac

      Greensburg: Snowden & M'corkle, 1800. Four years of almanacs bound together. 1800 to 1804. Parts of 1802 trimmed badly. The almanac for 1804 is the Pittsburgh Almanac. Only 1800 seems to be complete. Some pages ripped out from 1802? No title pages for 1801 or 1803. Ownership signature John Fulton 1824 on endpaper as well as a Fulton Library label. Includes a census of the U.S. for 1801. Various ink comments in the margins throughout. A mixed bag that is very incomplete in very rough shape. About 120 pages. A Curiosity and extremely rare.. 1st. Half Leather Over Boards. Good/No Jacket. 4x7.

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        O Fair Dove! Oh Fond Dove. Song. Poetry By Jean Ingelow

      Hutchings & Romer, London, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketTHIS IS ONE OF THE SCORES FROM OUR BOOK NUMBER #6647000 - Undated late 1800's? Size: 13 inches tall by 9.5 inches. 7 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Music; Inventory No: 6647005.

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        Gesamtans.

      . Kupferstich aus Zittauisches Tagebuch, um 1800, 17 x 13 (H). Sehr seltene Ansicht. - Das Blatt besitzt in der oberen Hälfte eine Gesamtansicht von Schweinfurt, darunter eine Allegorie zum Thema "Segeln" und ein Wappen derer von Eberstadt. Ganz unten ein 4-zeiliger Vers. - Randeinrisse und Ränder restauriert.

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        GENERAL ZOOLOGY OR SYSTEMATIC NATURAL HISTORY

      London: G. Kearsley/Thomas Davison, 1800-1826. Hardcover. Minor foxing to the plates with many tissue guards still in place, text generally clean. Near Fine in a Fine, attractive binding. Twelve (of fourteen) volumes bound in eighteen volumes comprising twenty-two parts and including index, bound in recent 3/4 polished calf leather and marbled boards with blind rules, gilt-lettered and decorated spines, and gilt-lettered brown morocco spine labels. Illustrated with engraved title pages and 1048 plates. Includes 233 plates of mammals in 14 parts in 4 volumes; 140 plates of amphibians in 2 parts in 2 volumes; 190 plates of fish in 4 parts in 4 volumes; 139 plates of insects in 2 parts in 2 volumes; and 346 plates of birds in 10 parts in 5 volumes.

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        15 VOLUMES OF SERIE BRILLANTE For Children In French, ca. 1800s COLOR EDUCATION

      PARIS: PELLERIN & CIE IMPs EDITs, 1800. Book. Good. Soft cover. TITLE: 15 VOLUMES OF SERIE BRILLANTE For Children In French, ca. 1800s COLOR EDUCATION AUTHOR: PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) / COPYRIGHT: PELLERIN & CIE IMPs EDITs, ca. 1800s EDITION: SERIE BRILLANTE CATEGORY: Children, Foreign, Education BINDING/COVER: Softbacks without dust jacket COLOR: Various Color Pictorial Cartoon scenes CONDITION: THE BOOKS ARE IN FRENCH!!!! There are about 15 volumes sewn together. The top volume is missing the front page or cover (see photo). The rest of the volumes are intact. Someone has written an MC2 - MC15 (mc2, mc3, mc4, etc.) at the top edge of the start of each volume. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean and book is tight and sturdy. All the pages are present in book except the top of the first. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) Each volume may have been printed separately and sewn together at one time. PAGES: about 12 pages in each volume. Overall still a good minus set considering paper fronts and being intended for children. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: THE BOOKS APPEAR TO BE EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL FOR CHILDREN IN FRANCE DURING THE LATE 1700s. THERE ARE ABCs AND NUMBERS IN MOST OF THE VOLUMES. THE BOOKS COVER ACCENTS, VOWELS, SYLLABLES, ETC. THERE ARE STORIES WITH COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS ON MOST OF THE PAGES. THE BOOKS ARE IN FRENCH!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid, book(s) will ship immediately to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCodePrc 2400 E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 007374 .

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        [K387b (415)]. Concert pour le Pianoforte avec Accompagnement de 2 Violons, Alto et Basse, 2 Hautbois, 2 Cors et 2 Bassons....No. 5. [Parts]

      Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel [without PN]. [November 1800]. Original publisher's light green wrappers with titling within decorative border to upper, woodcut publisher's device to lower. Pianoforte: Oblong folio. 1f. (title), 2-22 p. Typeset. With light green paper reinforcement to spine, lettered: "Oeuvres de Mozart. Concert p[our] l[e]. Pianof[orte] No. 5." Title: "Concert pour le Pianoforte avec Accompagnement de 2 Violons, Alto et Basse, 2 Hautbois, 2 Cors et 2 Bassons... No. 5." Incipit of first movement (2 measures) below titling. Manuscript addition in ink to reinforcement of spine: "C.dur." Together with: Orchestral parts, all folio, unbound and typeset: Violino Primo: 6 pp. Violino Secondo: 6 pp. Viola: 4 pp. Basso: 4 pp. Oboe primo: 2 pp. Oboe secondo: 2 pp. Corno primo in C: 2 pp. Corno secondo in C: 2 pp. Fagotto primo: 2 pp. Fagotto secondo: 2 pp. Pianoforte part slightly soiled and foxed; spine partially lacking; final leaf frayed at outer edge; some minor imperfections. Orchestral parts slightly to moderately foxed; Fagotto 1 and 2 parts slightly dampstained at lower edge; minor repairs to Basso part. A very good copy overall. . Second edition, part of Breitkopf's first "complete" edition. Köchel 6 p. 434 and 917. Hoboken 12, 723. Hirsch IV, 989. RISM M7348. The first edition was published by Artaria in 1785 and, like the present edition, does not include the parts for trumpets and timpani, which first appeared in André's edition of 1802. They are considered authentic but optional (see Christoph Wolff's preface to NMA V/15/3, pp. XI-XII). A full score of this work was not published until Richault in Paris issued a complete edition of Mozart's concertos in ca. 1850.

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        Picturesque Views, With An Historical Account of the Inns of Court, in London and Westminster Bland 193

      London: Printed by C. Clarke . . . and Published by R. Faulder [etc.], 1800. Contemporary morocco, a bit rubbed, the joints just starting, but quite firm, the large paper issue, measuring 8 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches; attractive Ireland's sole work devoted to the legal profession (and to the Inns of Court), fully exhibiting his talents as a printmaker, the work embellished with twenty-one full page plates, providing a visual panorama of the Inns and their environs

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        Picturesque Views, with an Historical Account of the Inns of Court, in London and Westminster

      London: Printed by C. Clarke, and published by R. Faulder, and J. Egerton, 1800. xvi; 254 pages + errata leaf, including the half-title. Lemon yellow page edges. 21 sepia aquatint plates, light offsetting of plates on opposite page. Attractively rebound in half speckled calf by Coverly. Abbey, Scenery, 207. First Ed. Near Fine. 4to.. Book.

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        [K383a (394), 608, 501, 521, 375e (401), 426]. VI Pièces pour le Pianoforte à deux et à quatre mains

      Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel [without PN]. [1800]. Oblong folio. Original publisher's light green wrappers with titling within decorative border to upper, publisher's woodcut device to lower. 1f. (series title with and engraved pictorial vignette by W. Böhm after Hans Veit Schnorr von Carolsfeld), [i] (title with incipits), 6-97, [i] (blank) pp. Typeset, with lithographic series title. Watermark: "P.F. Reinhard de Strasbourg." Footer "VIII" (referring to volume number) printed to lower margin of many leaves. Former owner's signature in ink to lower right corner of title: "E. Stark." Fingerings in pencil to p. 69; some leaves printed on light blue paper. Wrappers considerably worn, soiled and detached; spine lacking. Series title moderately foxed, remainder slightly foxed; several leaves dampstained; edges frayed, with small tears; some minor imperfections. . First Editions of K383a and 375e, later editions of the other four works. Haberkamp I p. 185 and II plate 138. Köchel 6 pp. 394, 402, 467, 558, 585, 694, and 916. Hoboken 12, 704 (but with series title of 12, 703). Hirsch IV, 987. RISM M7327. Among the six works assembled here in Volume VIII of Breitkopf and Härtel's early "complete" edition of Mozart's works, the Prelude and Fugue K383a is an original work for piano two-hands. The Five Variations on an Andante, K501, and the Sonata in C major, K521, both first published by Hoffmeister in 1787, are original works for piano four-hands. The Fugue K426 is an original work for two pianos. The remaining compositions do not appear in their original form. Mozart wrote the Fugue in G minor, K375e, for piano two-hands and left it incomplete. The fragment, completed by Abbé Maximilian Stadler, appears here arranged for four hands. Finally, K608, a piece for mechanical organ, is included in an arrangement for piano four-hands by Johann Mederitsch (known as Gallus, 1755-1830) that was first published by Traeg in 1799; the original version was not published until 1982, in the Neue Mozart Ausgabe (NMA IX/27/2).

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        George Washington

      New York 1800 - Engraving by C. Tiebout, after painting by G. Stewart. Sheet size: 13 5/8 x 9 1/2". Inventory#: p440pmat.

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        THE WASHINGTONIANA: CONTAINING A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE LATE GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON, WITH VARIOUS OUTLINES OF HIS CHARACTER, FROM THE PENS OF DIFFERENT EMINENT WRITERS, BOTH IN EUROPE AND AMERICA; AND AN ACCOUNT OF THE VARIOUS FUNERAL HONORS DEVOTED T Devoted to His Memory. to Which Are Annexed His Will and Schedule of His Property

      Baltimore: Samuel Sower. Good+; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by . 40%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1800. First Edition/Second Issue. Hardcover. Full brown calf leather cover wth red leather spine label has moderate overall wear. Corners bumped. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Antiquated signature of Isaac Vanmeter on front endsheets. Also Vanmeter notations on title page. Frontispiece engraving of George Washington. First signature somewhat loose. Foxing and mild dampstaining. Contents overall good of better. .

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        Beaumaris Bay, A Poem:

      J Fletcher, Printer, Chester: Chester, 1800 In recent quarter speckled grey leather, with green marbled boards. Spine has title in gilt and some blind tooling. Internally, new endpapers, bookplate of Lysagh Lord Lisle to fep, small coloured plate by Gastineau loose, frontis of Bank Place Chester by W Crane of Chester tipped in with tissue guard, title page, Advertisement page has a 2 line ink dedication from the Author to Mr JHL Hunt at head (possibly Hunt, James Henry Leigh 1784?"1859, poet, journalist, and literary critic?), (6), 56 pp, printed by J Fletcher, Foregate Street, Chester. Has a pencil note at front stating that this book also once belonged to Lady Strickland - extra plate (frontis). A very nice copy of a rare and important Welsh poetry item!Title continues: With notes, descriptive and explanatory; particulars of the Druids, founders of some of the Fifteen Tribes of North Wales, The Families descended from them, and quotations from the bards. With an Appendix containing An account of the Battle of Beaumaris in 1648, and the Taking of the Castle. Sold by S Sael & Co, London. By 1780 he was entrusted with the duties of steward and secretary to a Mr Griffith of Caerhun, near Conwy, then the only acting magistrate in that district. (Allibone 1111. Copac. WorldCat)Llwyd finally retired to Beaumaris, and published there his best-known poem, Beaumaris Bay (1800), with many historical and genealogical notes. ?He came to be considered an authority on Welsh heraldry and genealogy? (DWB), and as a result was received into many aristocratic households. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        The Accomplished Tutor; or, Complete System of Liberal Education:

      London: for the Author by J. Bonsor (...) and sold by Vernor and Hood (...) Sael (...) and Symonds,, 1800. Containing the most improved theory and practice of the following subjects: 1. English grammar, and elocution (…) 4. Stock-Holding and Merchants-Accounts (... ) and other useful matter. 2 volumes, quarto (209 × 130 mm). Contemporary sheep, neatly rebacked to style, blue speckled edges. 26 engraved folding plates, 6 engraved maps. Book label to front pastedown. Some stripping to boards, corners a little rounded, occasional minor spotting, paper flaw in blank margin of leaves Q3 & 4 vol. 2. A very good set. First edition of a popular and comprehensive educational handbook, further editions followed in 1802 and 1806. It includes a section on double-entry bookkeeping. The plates include a very nice illustration of Herschel's famous forty-foot telescope (plate 7) and three plates of electrical and pneumatical experiments and apparatus (19-21).

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        History of Catharine II, Empress of Russia / by J. Cast?ra ; Translated from the French by Henry Hunter, D. D. ; Embellished with Thirteen Portraits, and a View of the Fortress of Schlusselburch

      London : Printed For J. Stockdale ..., 1800, Hardback, First EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 579 pages; Physical desc. : [xvii]-xxxi, [2], 34-579, [5] p. , [14] leaves of plates : ill. , ports ; 22 cm. (8vo) . Subjects; Russia - Kings and rulers - Biography. Russia - History - Catharine II, 1762-1796. "Direction for arranging the plates" -- p. [32]. Publisher's advertisements: p. [2]-[5] at end.

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        Antonio Allegri da Correggio

      Italy?, ca. 1800. Line engraving measuring 49 x 35 cm. (19 x 14 inches). Printed by C. Frassinetti. Some foxing and marginal tape marks.

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        Colección De Tablas Para Varios Usos De La Navegación.

      Imprenta Real De La Gaceta, Madrid 1800 - 2 h. - XXII pp. - 410pp y 73pp. Perfecto ejemplar encuadernado de época en piel. Lomera decorada con florones y un tejuelo. Cortes jaspeados. Palau dice: "Es obra fundamental del autor y de la Marina de la primera mitad del siglo XIX, pues con Inglaterra la adaptaron todas las marinas europeoamericanas. =José (Josef o Joseph) de Mendoza y Ríos fue un astrónomo y matemático español del siglo XVIII, famoso por sus obras en el campo de la navegación y la astronomía náutica. En 1787 publica su primera obra, su "Tratado sobre las ciencias y técnicas de navegación" obra de referencia de la época. Tras ello propone la creación de la biblioteca marítima, ubicada en Cádiz, que con el tiempo se convierte en el Deposito Hidrográfico de la marina. También publicó varias tablas empleando el método del Haversine (de su invención), para facilitar los cálculos de astronomía náutica y navegación. Orientadas principalmente al cálculo de la latitud de un buque en el mar por medio de dos alturas del Sol y el tiempo transcurrido entre ellas, y a la obtención de la longitud por el método de las distancias lunares. Size: Gran Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Voyage to the East Indies Containing an Account of the Manners, Customs, &c. of the Natives, With a Geographical Description of the Country

      J. Davis, London 1800 - Collected from observations made during a Residence of Thirteen Years, between 1776 and 1789 in districts little frequented by the Europeans. Full period acid calf, front hinge split but holding by cords, worn at edges, spine rubbed and lacking label. Internally unmarked. 478pp, 1 engraved plate (with offsetting), engraved music in the text, with a geographical index at the end. "There are few books which throw more light than this does on the religious antiquities of India." - Lowndes, 124. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz. Category: Countries & Travel; Inventory No: 037820. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Französische Fibel oder ABC-Buch. Um 1800). 56 S. Mit 4 handkolor. Kupfertafeln von Christoph Gebhard Grape. Kl.-8°. Etw. spät. Pp. (Rücken mit kl. Fehlstellen am Papierbezug).,

      1800 - Nicht bei Wegehaupt.- Seltenes ABC-Buch.- Die Erklärungen auf den Tafeln zeigen deutsch-französischen Paralleltext während der Textteil der Fibel durchgehend in Französisch gehalten ist. Vermutlich gibt es somit auch eine deutschsprachige Ausgabe, die bislang jedoch nicht aufgefunden werden konnte.- Der Göttinger Kupferstecher Christoph Gebhard Grape (geb. 1761) illustrierte u.a. 1793 eine Ausgabe von Raffs 'Naturgeschichte für Kinder' sowie 1799 ein Titelblatt für einen Kinderalmanach.- Ohne das Titelblatt. Leicht fleckig. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        A Map of the Island of St. Domingo.

      J. Stockdale, London 1800 - Size : 480x762 (mm), 18.875x30 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good, a tear on the lower lefthand portion of the map due to the attachment of atlas has been repaired.

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        Letters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. Late Envoy-Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden. Together with Several other Pieces on Various Subjects. ... (Truncated)

      London : Printed for J. Nichols [and others], 1800, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, Eleventh EditionFull Book Title: Letters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. Late Envoy-Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden. Together with Several other Pieces on Various Subjects. [complete in 4 volumes]Finely bound copies, rebacked with a matching, gilt-blocked leather spine. Gilt-crossed bands, with gilt-decorated spine compartments. The original aniline calf panels have been retained, which are slightly dulled and rubbed around the edges. Decorative gilt-stamped and blind-stamped borders to panels. Inner gilt dentils. All edges marbled. Marbled endpapers. Some dust-dulling and marginal tanning internally, but very bright and clean considering the age of the set. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; "Published from the originals by Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope." --title page. 4v. frontis.; 24cm. Subjects: Stanhope, Philip, 1732-1768 -- Correspondence. Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773 -- Letters and correspondence -- 18th century. Etiquette -- Young men -- Conduct of life. Referenced by: Gulick, 25.3.

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        Encyclopedie des Uniformes Napoleonies

      . Eine Enzyklopädie der Uniformen der französischen Armee zur Zeit von Napoleon I. 1800-1815 mit ca. 1000 Dokumenten! Durchgehend farbig illustriert zeigt dieses auf 1200 Stück limitierte Werk Uniformen, Gemäldereproduktionen und Originalstücke (wie Knöpfe, Tschakos, Munitionstaschen etc.). Exemplar Nr. 100. Französischer Text, Großformat, Hochwertiger Druck im Schuber. Entremont le Vieux: Editions Quatuor 2003. 800 Seiten. Schuber leicht beschädigt, innen sehr guter Zustand..

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        Gesamtansicht über die Oker, links im Hintergrund Braunschweig.

      . Altkol. Kupferstich aus "Der Privilegierte Churfürstlich Sächsische Postillon", um 1800, 18 x 30 cm.. Sehr selten. Über der Ansicht Legende von 1 - 13 und im Medaillon Porträt "Wenceslaus". - Auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und auf blauem Papier alt aufgezogen.

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        Flußlandschaft bei der Mühle in Plauen., Aquarellierte Umrißradierung.

      Um 1800. - In der Platte signiert "Dessiné et gravé par Wizani le jeune" und betitelt "Vue, prise aux environs du moulin, neuf de la vallée de Plauen près de Dresde." Ausgezeichneter Druck, meist mit Rand, Unterrand wohl auf die Plattenkante geschnitten. Reizvolle Ansicht in der Manier von Aberli. Das großformatige Blatt besticht auch durch sein farbfrisches kräftiges Kolorit, welches mit der feinen Umrißradierung dem Eindruck eines Originals sehr nah kommt. - Schwache Knickspuren, vorwiegend im Rand. Kleinere Randeinrisse. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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