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        View of the Bank of England, taken from the Corner of Bank Buildings

      Laurie & Whittle, London 1800 - A fine London view with very rare contemporary publishers' hand-colouring. As the title notes "This Elegant building (in Front) was begun in 1771, by Sir Robt. Taylor, & finished by him, 1783. The several additions that have since been made, was [sic] by Henry Soame, Esqr." Copper engraving with original publishers' hand-colouring.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        An account of an embassy to the court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet; Containing a narrative of a journey through Bootan, and part of Tibet.To which are added, views taken on the spot, by Lieutenant Samuel Davis; and observations botanical, mineralogical, and medical, by Mr. Robert Saunders

      W. Bulmer & Co., London 1800 - 4to, pp. xxviii, 473; 14 steel-engraved plates and one fold-out map, water stained; modern green buckram with gilt-stamped spine; ex-Mercantile Library, Philadelphia with usual markings. Title page has been expertly rebacked. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "An account of an embassy to the court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet; Containing a narrative of a journey through Bootan, and part of Tibet...To which are added, views taken on the spot, by Lieutenant Samuel Davis; and observations botanical, mineralogical, and medical, by Mr. Robert Saunders"

      London: W. Bulmer & Co.. 1800. "4to, pp. xxviii, 473; 14 steel-engraved plates and one fold-out map, water stained; modern green buckram with gilt-stamped spine; ex-Mercantile Library, Philadelphia with usual markings. Title page has been expertly rebacked.& "

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      1800 - Ibiza. 1803-1808. 32X20 (3 DOC), 42X30 (1 DOC). Muy curiosos manuscritos de los años descritos anteriormente de las Tropas de Infanteria de Ibiza. Contienen censos y entradas al ejercito. Ref 30 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A General View of the Agriculture of the County of Northumberland, with Observations on the Means of Its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture

      London and Newcastle Printed by Sol. Hodgson and sold by Mess. Robinson; G. Nicoll and J. Bell 1800. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps First Edition Quarter leather marbled board cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). viii, 209pp, + errata. Fold out frontispiece map, 11 engraved plates [7 folding] and several woodcuts by Thomas Berwick.

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        The Soldier's Widow: or, school boys' collection. De jeunes ecolliers font une souscription en faveur de la Veuve d'un Soldat; The Sailor's Orphans; or, the young ladies subscription. De jeunes pensionnaires se cotisent pour assister les Enfans Orphelins d'un Matelot

      Published by William Redmore Bigg, London 1800 - A pair of beautiful mezzotints after the sentimental genre paintings of William Redmore Bigg William Redmore Bigg was an excellent genre painter and extremely popular in his day. In subject and style Bigg echoed the work of his master Edward Penny, who also specialized in painting genre scenes with moral overtones. He was a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy and the British Institution, and was a continued source of inspiration for contemporary engravers. His most successful scenes involve acts of charity and children. In the first image, nine schoolboys have gathered round a soldier's widow and child, older boys to one side and younger to the other. They have interrupted their cricket and kite flying, and having examined the soldier's sword are now in somber mood as they thoughtfully make a collection to give to the destitute family. In the second, a mother has brought her daughters and a group of their friends on a mission of mercy to the cottage of the sailor's wife and his three orphaned children. With tentative looks of compassion, they offer their gifts to the grieving family. A pair of mezzotints. (The Soldier's Widow) engraved by Richard Dunkarton, and (The Sailor's Orphans) engraved by William Ward. Both in good condition with the exception of small marginal tears. (The Soldier's Widow) has a skillfully repaired upper right corner.

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        Waldstück, im Vordergrund rechts unter mächtigen Eichen ein sitzendes Mädchen mit einem Hund.

      . Bleistift, teils grau laviert, auf festem strukturiertem bräunlichen Bütten, verso mit graubrauner Deckfarbe gestrichen. 40,7:32,3 cm. Etwa in der Mitte zwei horizontale Knickfalten. Nagellöchlein in den oberen Ecken. - Horizontale Knickfalte, links kleiner Einriß, etwas fleckig.. Nach seiner Ausbildung bei W. de Klerk (1800-1876) malte und radierte Lebret überwiegend mit Schafen staffierte Landschaften oder Stallinterieurs. Sein Erfolg brachte ihm die Stellung als Leiter und Vorsitzender des Dordrechter Kunstvereins "Pictura" ein. Später zeichnete er auch nicht mehr existierende Dordrechter Stadtansichten aus dem Gedächtnis.

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        Description des plantes nouvelles et peu connues, cultivées dans le jardin de J.M. Cels

      Paris: de l'Imprimerie de Crapelet, [Revolutionary Year VIII], 1800, 1803. Folio, 100 engraved plates each with descriptive letterpress sheet, some light foxing but a most attractive uncut copy complete with the half-title; contemporary green quarter morocco, spine gilt, a few bumps. With Australian plants gathered on the D'Entrecasteaux voyage. One of the most elegant botanical books, this study of "new and little known" plants is the first of the three major works on exotic plants by the great Ventenat, and a superb example of this golden age of botanical illustration. The work includes plates by famed artist Pierre-Joseph Redouté, as well as Cloquet, Laneau, Maréchal and Sauvage. Ventenat's work represents the apogee of the French fascination with exotic botany, and this study is a monument to the work of the botanist and adviser to the Empress Josephine, Jacques Martin Cels. Cels began what would become a successful scientific and commercial venture by cultivating such plants in his famous garden at Montrouge, south of Paris (this book includes a fascinating two-page note by Cels detailing his background, and noting some of the correspondents that helped him in his endeavours, including officers who sailed with d'Entrecasteaux and Baudin, but also English savants such as Sir Joseph Banks and William Aiton). The French interest in plants from the farthest reaches of the known world is confirmed by the fact that no fewer than ten Australian plants are included, of which seven were drawn by Redouté himself. Of the ten Australian plants represented here, five are given their first scientific notice. These Australian plants were grown from cuttings by Cels, who notes that all of them had to winter in the Orangerie. Included are the Mimosa distachya, discovered by Felix la Haye on the east coast of New Holland during the 1792 visit of the D'Entrecasteaux voyage, as well as the Mimosa linifolia and the Melaleuca Hypericifolia (a full listing of the Australian plants is available on request). This was the first great work Cels made in conjunction with Pierre Ventenat (1757-1808), botanist to Josephine, Lycée professor in charge of the Pantheon library and a member of L'Institut de France. Together with Redouté, the third of Josephine's botanical advisers, all three men went on to work together on a successor work, the Choix des Plantes (published between 1803 and 1808), as well as completing the third significant title in this impromptu series, the Jardin de la Malmaison, cataloguing Josephine's own magnificent collection, which also included many specimens from around the world, including some sent to her by Banks, Napoleon in Egypt, Baudin in Australia, and Alexander von Humboldt in South America.

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        Gli Imperi Antichi Parte Occidentale; Gli Imperi Antichi Parte Orientale.

      1800 - Rome, 1800. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 500 x 690mm. Antique map of the Turkish Empire centered on Arabia , from the 'Nuovo Atlante Geografico Universale', with a decorative title cartouche on each sheet. A rare map.

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        East Hampton Long Island Indenture between Native Americans and inhabitants of East Hampton for the sale of the "neck of land called Montaquit" for the consideration of one hundred pounds sterling

      Very good overall. A circa 1800 copy of the original indenture for the purchase of "Montaquit" or Montauk dated August 1, 1660 between native Americans "the old sachem squa late wife of Waiandanoe and her son Wisscombone, Toquaton, Mussuquot, Yourke and gentleman the true and lawful Proprietors of the neck of land commonly Known by the name of Montaquit on the Eastern end of Long Island the one side, and Mr. Thomas Baker, Mr. Robert Rouce (Rouse), Mr. Thomas James, Lyon Gardiner, John Mufford (sic) John Hand and Benjamin Price of the plantation of East Hampton". The indenture describes the location of the land as follows: "the aforesaid neck of land called Montaquit with all and every part and parcel thereof from sea to sea from the utmost end of the land aforesaid to the sea side unto the utmost end of the said land westward adjoined to the [Rouces?] of East Hampton aforesaid ..."& & Waiandanoe (also called Waiandance and Wyandanch) was a sachem born around 1620 in Montauk who became the main "alliance chief", one who maintains friendly relations between his tribe and the local colonists. The Long Island colonists gradually granted him significant financial and military support which was helpful in his ongoing struggles with the Mohegans and Niantics. In the 1650s Waiandanoe was in the midst of a fight with Ninigret, the sachem of the Niantics, in which his (Waiandanoe's) daughter was held captive; Lion (Lyon) Gardiner of this indenture was instrumental in acting as intermediary in payment of the ransom for her. In 1659 Waiandanoe appointed Gardiner as guardian to his young son Wyancombone; perhaps this is the son referred to in this indenture as Wisscombone.& & Lion Gardiner (1599 - 1663) is known as one of the earliest English settlers of Long Island. Gardiner and Waiandanoe developed a long standing relationship on Long Island. Gardiner was a military engineer first hired to fortify the colony of Connecticut; he completed and commanded Saybrook Fort during the Pequot War. Gardiner settled the island now known as Gardiner's Island as a proprietary colony in 1639; according to some reports Gardiner also purchased the island from the Montaukett Indians (Waiandanoe) because of Gardiner's intercession in paying the ransom for Waiandanoe's daughter. Gardiner's royal patent to his island allowed him to "possess the land forever"; since 1639 it has been privately owned by Gardiner family descendants and is the only US property still held by royal grant from the British crown.& & Docketed on back, “Montauk Indians to Thomas James, Robert Bond, & others/ Deed "Copy" Dated 1st Aug 1660 of all Montauk for L100 sterling." Folio, written on two sides, three original folds. Some contemporary cracking of the fold lines. 8 x 13".

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        Angling in All Its Branches, Reduced to a Complete Science

      London: T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 1800 - (SKUES, G.E.M.) First edition. 8vo. Added engraved frontispiece. xv, 298 pp. + [6] pp. publisher advertisements. Contemporary calf, new period spine. With three-page manuscript index bound in after text. Front flyleaf perished. G.E.M. Skues' copy with his ownership signature on half-title. Cloth folding box. Westwood & Satchell pp. 205-6 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Considérations géographiques sur l'histoire du Brésil. Examen critique d'une nouvelle histoire générale du Brésil recemment publiée en portugais a Madrid par M. François-Adolphe de Varnhagen chargé d'affaires du Brésil en Espagne. Rapport fait à la société de géographie de Paris dans ses séances des 1er Mai et 5 Juin 1857.Paris, L. Marinet, 1857. 8vo. With 2 folding maps. Modern gold-tooled red half morocco, marbled boards, preserving the printed wrappers.

      Borba de Moraes, p. 57; Rodriques 301; Sabin 2491; not in Welsh. First separate edition of an interesting account of the history of Brazil by Marie Armand Pascal d'Avezac de Castera-Macaya (1800-1875). It is an extract from the Bulletin de la Société de Géographie (the Août-Octobre 1857 issue) with a separately printed new title-page. It includes two folding maps, one of (the greater part of) South America, especially Brazil and one showing the estuary of the Amazon river.This copy was presented by the author to "La Société Orientale": his autograph dedication in ink is on the front wrapper and a library stamp of the Société Orientale on the title-page.In this work D'Avezac disputes several of Varnhagen's views concerning the period of the discoveries. He does not agree that Vespucci's second voyage was made in the company of Hojeda. Varnhagen defended his position in his Examen de quelques points de l'histoire geographique de Brésil (Paris, 1858). He believed that d'Avezac disagreed with his opinions because he supported the French assertions that the boundaries of French Guyana should stretch to the banks of the Amazon. D'Avezac replied to Varnhagen in Les voyages de Americ Vespuce au compte de l'Espange ... (Paris, 1858). It is also a criticism of Varnhagen's work about Vespucci's first voyage. Good presentation copy of a geographical history of Brazil.

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        Die Waldmänner. Ein Lustspiel mit Gesängen in drey Aufzügen. Die Musik ist von Herrn Kapellmeister Henneberg.

      (Eisenstadt, Stotz) 1800.. 95 S. Buntpapierumschlag d. Zt.. Eines der zahlreichen Libretti des vielseitigen Schikaneder, dessen Libretto zur Zauberflöte natürlich sein bekanntestes Werk darstellt. - Mayer, Wiener Buchdruckergeschichte II,133; zum Drucker Stotz vgl. ausführlich Durstmüller, 500 Jahre Druck in Österreich I, 299f ("Im Raume des heutigen Burgenlandes haben wir zwischen 1738 und 1800 keine Kunde von einem Drucker ... Nach längerer Pause trat um 1800 in Eisenstadt wieder ein Drucker auf, Johann Leopold Stotz. Er hatte eine kleine Druckerei in Wien aufgegeben und sich einer Schauspieltruppe angeschlossen, mit der er nach Eisenstadt kam. Hier wollte er ein Kindertheater errichten, verlegte sich dann aber doch wieder auf das Handwerk und führte stolz den Titel Hochfürstlicher Esterhazyscher Hofbuchdrucker..."). - Letztes Blatt gestempelt.

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        Elements of Chemistry. 3 volume set

      London G G and J Robinson 1800. G : in Good condition. Cover lightly rubbed. Some light chips to outer spines. Small library label on paste-downs. Upper board of volume I a little weak at hinge. Contents firm and bright Third Edition Grey board cover 230mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). lxvii, 288pp; xii, 488pp; vii, 412pp. Translated from the French.

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        The Geographical System of Herodotus , Examined; and Explained?

      W. Bulmer, London 1800 - Thick quarto, portrait frontispiece and eleven maps (ten folding), moderate foxing of maps and preliminary leaves, one map with small marginal tear and slight loss (not affecting image), some offsetting; an excellent copy in contemporary polished calf, rebacked with original spine laid down, spine in panels with large crimson morocco labels. Handsome copy of the scarce first edition of Major James Rennell's magisterial work on ancient geography: 'a monument of laborious research and acute and lucid criticism' (ODNB). This work is famous for its series of detailed and attractive maps of the Near East, the Mediterranean and Africa by John Walker, engraver to the Admiralty. Of particular note is Rennell's map of the voyages of the Carthaginian Hanno the Navigator (c. 500 BCE), a major voyage of discovery in west Africa and one of the earliest voyages to traverse the Pillars of Hercules in an attempt to extend maritime discovery beyond the Mediterranean. Equally interesting is his map and accompanying two-chapter discussion of the purported circumnavigation of Africa by Phoenicians working for Pharaoh Necho II, a feat which Rennell was inclined to believe was possible, certainly insofar as the ancients had a knowledge of Mozambique and Sofala on the east coast. A second related map details the ocean currents from the coast of west Africa around the continent to the Arabian peninsula; Rennell was the authority on ocean currents during this period. The voyage of Necho, described in Pliny and Herodotus, was doubted by Strabo and Ptolemy, but Rennell's detailed account returned the story to some credibility, in a discussion which included his thoughts on Henry the Navigator and Columbus. One of the most substantive aspects of the work is Rennell's continually reverting to his pioneering exposition of the ways in which Renaissance and modern discoveries were influenced by their ancient predecessors. Rennell's aim was an examination and possible reconciliation of ancient geographical knowledge, principally from Herodotus, in the perspective of modern discoveries. This scholarship is synthesised in eleven large and finely engraved folding maps, including the world view of Herodotus in two different projections and the Persian empire under Darius. The location of ancient cities, namely Memphis and Babylon, is treated in detail with attendant maps. James Rennell (1742-1830) was one of the pre-eminent cartographers and scholars of his generation. He joined the navy at age 14 and the East India Station in 1760, undertaking three years of arduous marine survey in far east Asia. In April 1764 he was commissioned to the Bengal Engineers and worked tirelessly on the survey of the region, one of the most ambitious mapping projects ever undertaken by the East India Company. Retiring from active service in 1777, he devoted the rest of his life to historical scholarship and cartographic studies. Rennell was elected to the Royal Society in 1781 and awarded their prestigious Copley Medal ten years later (the same medal awarded to Captain Cook in 1776 for his pioneering study in alleviating scurvy). The book was popular with contemporary readers, selling for threefold the original price within years of publication. A second edition in two volumes in was issued in 1830. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Zeitschrift für speculative Physik. Erster Band (1.+2. Heft) und Zweiter Band (1.+2. Heft).

      Jena und Leipzig, Christian Ernst Gabler 1800 / 1801.. IV/268 (recte:168) /156 S., 1Bl., 154, XIV/127 S. (vollständig / kollationiert), 8°, marmorierte Pappbände der Zeit,. Bibliotheksexemplar mit Rückenschild und Stempeln auf Innendeckeln und Titelblättern (entwidmet), Einbände berieben, Kanten etwas bestoßen, Titelrückenschilder und Teil der Signatur foliert, Vorsätze (Leerseiten) mit Eckabschnitt, Vorsätze und einige wenige Seiten stockfleckig, S. 33/34 in Band I/1 mit Fleck, innen ansonsten gut erhaltenes und sauberes Exemplar,

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        Frauenbüste mir antikisierender aufwendiger Frisur. - Alabaster.

      . Höhe der Plastik 18 cm, verso mit *Gallet* signiert, undatiert. Höhe der Büste 18 cm, Breite ca. 10 cm, max. Tiefe ca. 13 cm. ( Gewicht 1800 Gramm ). Auf Marmorsockel lose montiert. ( Gesamthöhe mit Sockel 29 cm, Gesamtgewicht mit Sockel 3600 Gramm ). Die Büste gering bestoßen - insgesamt guter Zustand. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Kolbe, Carl Wilhelm. - "Gehölz".

      . Radierung / Strichätzung, um 1800. Von Carl Wilhelm Kolbe. 25,6 x 32,7 cm (Darstellung ) / 26,3 x 33,5 cm (Platte) / 33,5 x 41,5 cm (Blatt). Martens 180 III (von III) Der Zeichner und Radierer Carl Wilhelm Kolbe d. Ä.. Jentsch 92. In der Platte unten links signiert "C.W. Kolbe f." - Bei Martens beschrieben: "Links vorn auf Weg ein Reiter mit einem großen Sack vor sich auf dem Pferd. Neben ihm geht ein Mann, ein weiterer mit einer Traglast etwas zurück." - Schönes breitrandiges Blatt ohne Mängel. Sehr guter Zustand. Carl Wilhelm Kolbe (1759 Berlin - 1835 Dessau). Genannt "Eichenkolbe". Deutscher Maler, Grafiker und Schriftsteller. Sohn des Goldstickers und Tapetenmachers Christian Wilhelm Kolbe, verwandt mit Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki. 1780-82 Französischlehrer am Philanthropin Dessau. 1782-84 Sekretär des Forstministers Graf von Schulenburg-Kehnert in Berlin. Ab 1784 wieder Lehrer für Französisch und Kunst am Dessauer Philanthropin. 1793-95 Studium bei Asmus Carstens, Johann Wilhelm Meil und Chodowiecki an der Berliner Akademie. 1795 Aufnahme als ordentliches Mitglied in die Akademie und Ruf von Leopold III. Friedrich Franz von Anhalt-Dessau nach Dessau zum Aufbau einer Zeichenschule. 1798 Ernennung zum Hofkupferstecher. 1805-08 zu Gast bei Salomon Gessners in Zürich, um Radierungen nach dessen Landschaftszeichnungen anzufertigen..

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        [Hob. XXI:2]. Die Schoepfung Ein Oratorium... The Creation An Oratorio. [Full score]

      Vienna: [The Composer]. [1800]. Folio. Contemporary marbled boards with decorative cut-paper label titled in manuscript to upper. 1f. (title), 4ff. (subscribers list), 303 + [i] (blank) pp. Text in English and German. Subscribers list in letterpress, otherwise engraved throughout. In a custom-made mid-blue quarter morocco clamshell box. With Haydn's small circular monogrammatic handstamp ("JH") to blank lower right corner of title. Binding somewhat worn, rubbed and bumped; front free endpaper lacking. Very slightly worn and soiled internally; occasional early performance markings in dark red crayon and pencil; very minor staining to some outer edges from early edge colouring; small tear to three edges repaired; "Oratorium No. 1 J. Haydn" in contemporary manuscript to blank upper edge of title; evidence of removal of small circular handstamp (in all likelihood that of an early owner) to title; remnant of dark red sealing wax to inner margin of title. A very good, crisp copy overall. . First Edition, with subscribers list. Hoboken thematic catalogue Vol. II p. 36. Hirsch IV 799. Leipzig catalogue p. 19. Vecsey 303. Eitner V p. 66. BUC p. 456. RISM H2521. The Creation, with a libretto by Gottfried von Swieten, was first performed at the Palais Schwarzenberg in Vienna on April 29 and 30, 1798. "The first public performance took place on 19 March 1799, at the Burgtheater, with a complement of about 180 performers (not 400, as has been speculated); a benefit for the Tonkünstler followed on 22 December. The work immediately became a staple especially of charity performances, many conducted by Haydn himself, which brought in tens of thousands of gulden. ‘I know that God has favoured me’, he said to Griesinger, ‘but the world may as well know that I have been no useless member of society, and that one can also do good by means of music’. Beyond this, The Creation ‘made history’ immediately and on a pan-European scale in a way equalled by no other composition, owing to its fortunate combination of sublime subject, cultural-historical ‘moment’ on the cusp between Enlightenment and Romanticism, appeal to both high-minded and ordinary listeners, Haydn’s unrivalled stature and the originality and grandeur of his music. His pride in and personal identification with the work, in addition to his usual concern for financial advantage, induced him to publish it himself, selling it ‘by subscription’ all over Europe, with the assistance of colleagues such as Dr Burney; his advertisement (June 1799) reads: “The success which my Oratorio The Creation has been fortunate enough to enjoy … [has] induced me to arrange for its dissemination myself. Thus the work will appear … neatly and correctly engraved and printed on good paper, with German and English texts; and in full score, so that [at least] one work of my composition will be available to the public in its entirety, and the connoisseur will be in a position to see it as a whole and to judge it.” James Webster and Georg Feder in Grove online The edition appeared at the end of February 1800 with a list of more than 400 subscribers. "There is hardly any doubt in the mind of the average music-lover that Haydn's Oratorio The Creation is, tutto sommato, his greatest single accomplishment, and certainly ranks as one of the greatest products of any eighteenth-century mind. It occupies a central position in choral literature and its composition and first performances were the dominant features of Haydn's life in the late 1790s." Robbins Landon: Haydn Chronicle and Works Vol. IV: Haydn: The Years of 'The Creation' 1796-1800, p. 12.

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        True History of the Conquest of Mexico, written in the Year 1568

      hardcover. good. Printed for J Wright, Picadilly, by John Dean, Congleton; 1800, first edition in English; translated by Maurice Keatinge; very good+ condition, bound in full leather with 5 raised bands and title label to second panel; contents are complete and in very good condition; a sound, handsome copy; Captain Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Fine Bindings

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        The Pleasures of Hope, With Other Poems

      Edinburgh - Mundell and Son, 1800. Edinburgh - Mundell and Son, 1800 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce early edition of The Pleasures of Hope by Thomas Campbell. Written in 1799,itis a traditional 18th century survey in heroic couplets. Illustrated withengraved plates throughout. Second edition, corrected and enlarged. Thomas Campbell was a Scottish poet chiefly remembered for his sentimental poetry dealing specially with human affairs. Ink inscriptions to verso of frontfree endpaper and to title. Condition: Rebacked preserving original tree calf boards. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities and the occasional mark to boards. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with occasional scattered foxing, in particular to plates and offsetting to endpapers. With slight loss to rear pastedown and the odd minor closed tear. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Stolpen. - Burg Stolpen. - Wizani. - "Bergfeste Stolpen".

      . Radierung / Umrissradierung, alt koloriert, um 1800. Von Carl August Wizani, nach Johann Friedrich Wizani. 36,9 x 52,5 cm (Darstellung / Einfassungslinie) / 42,2 x 54,4 cm (Platte) / 47,5 x 63 cm (Blatt). Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung signiert, mittig darunter betitelt. Mit einer Widmung des Verlegers Christian Gottfried Schultze an Joseph Friedrich Freiherr von Racknitz (1744-1818), samt dessen Wappen. - Breitrandiges Exemplar mit wohlerhaltenem Kolorit. Dem Alter entsprechend sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Carl August Wizani (1767 Dresden - 1818 Breslau). Auch Carl Wizani. Deutscher Landschaftsmaler und Radierer. 1783?84 Studium an der Dresdener Akadademie bei Mietzsch u. Toscani. 1785?89 tätig bei dem Kupferstecher Giuseppe Canale. 1792 Unterweisung durch Adrian Zingg und Übernahme der Zeichenlehrerstelle am Freimaurerinstitut zu Dresden-Friedrichstadt (bis 1803). 1797 wieder Schüler an der Dresdener Akademie b. J. C. Klengel . Seitdem auch als Ölmaler tätig. 1812 im Dienste des Prinzen Gustav Calixt von Biron von Kurland in Schlesien. 1817 Anstellung als Sammlungsrestaurator in Breslau. Johann Friedrich Wizani (1770 Dresden - 1838 Dresden). Deutscher Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Stecher. Ab 1787 Studium an der Dresdner Akademie bei Adrian Zingg, in den 1790er Jahren bei Johann Philipp Veith. Ab 1792 zeichnete, radierte und aquarellierte er vorwiegend sächsische Gegenden und verdiente sich seinen Lebensunterhalt mit Miniaturgemälde. Eine Malertätigkeit an der Meißner Porzellanmanufaktur musste er wegen einer Augenerkrankungen aufgeben, die ihn zeitlebens beeinträchtigte. Ab 1820 entstanden großformatige Umrissradierungen mit Panoramen v.a. der Gegend um Dresden, aber auch anderer Orte..

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        "Innerliche Ansicht der Ruinen zu Andernach." Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von J. Ziegler nach L. Janscha. Bei Artaria in Wien. Um 1800. 29,3:44 cm. - Hinterlegter Einriß im Papierrand. Leicht gebräuntes Papier.

      Wien: Artaria, 1800. Blick auf die Schloßruine rechts, die Stadtmauer und die dahinterliegende Hospitalkirche St. Nikolaus. Im Vordergrund Personenstaffage. - Das seltene Blatt in sehr schönem Altkolorit..

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      Carpentras: Gaudibert-Penne, c1800. Carpentras: Gaudibert-Penne. Very Good with no dust jacket. c1800. Hardcover. Plates; 18th Century; Plates; Woodcuts; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 95 pages; 21 primitive woodcut illustrations, including title vignette. 95 pages. 8vo, contemporary mottled sheep gilt, spine worn, chipped at top, recased, endpapers renewed prob in 1800's; toning. Late provincial edition of a popular prose romance based on a medieval chanson de geste. Rare print of Carpentras, ill. Of 21 vignettes engraved on wood (fairly coarse job) including 1 on the title. World Cat estimates this in the 1780. ; 0 .

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      London: J. Johnson, 1800, 1796, 1797, 1801. London: J. Johnson, 1800, 1796, 1797, 1801. Second Edition. Hardcover. Owner name on front pastedown of first volume. Some scattered foxing and soiling but generally a very clean set; some rubbing to the spines with nearly all of the leather labels lacking. Near Fine. Eight quarto (9-1/4" x 11-1/2") volumes bound in four in contemporary leather-backed marbled boards. Text in English and French. Illustrated with 336 fine hand-colored plates, 278 of birds and 58 of eggs. The very scarce first edition was limited to only 60 folio copies with each illustration an original watercolor by Lewin. For this second edition Lewin engraved plates for the first three volumes himself, while plates in the remaining volumes were done by his sons. While some sets have watermarks dated 1815, this set is watermarked 1794.& ANKER 306; FINE BIRD BOOKS, page 91; NISSEN 562; ZIMMER, page 395.

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        "Söder du cote du Midi". Schloßansicht.

      . Punktierstich, in fünf Farben gedruckt und alt beikoloriert, von Ph. Schnarr, um 1800, 30,5 x 44,5 cm.. Sehr seltene, höchst aufwendig gedruckte Ansicht. Lt. Ritters Ortslexikon beherbergte das Schloß eine Gemäldegalerie. - Zwei senkrechte Querfalten vom Druck, sehr breitrandig.

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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

      London: J. Davis, 1800. London: J. Davis, 1800. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). 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.

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        "Ca a ete." Ein Liebhaber zieht in einem Sessel neben dem Bett seiner halbentblößten Geliebten seine Strümpfe an, sie küssen sich zum Abschied.

      . Kupferstich mit Punktiermanier von G. Texier nach L.L. Boilly, um 1800, 44 x 36 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXII, S. 572. - In aquarellierter Montage. Alt gerahmt im Stil der Zeit.

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        THE HISTORY OF TOM NODDY AND HIS SISTER SUE. Containing Variety of entertaining Adventures. Embellished with Cuts. (Price Two Pence.)

      Circa 1800/01. 41, [42], [3 book list] pages. Wood-engraved pastedown frontispiece with verse beneath, and fifteen other cuts within the text. Original Dutch floral wrappers. 10.2x6.4 cm. Trimmed clumsily on a few leaves with the loss of the odd letter. Small pinhole running through blank margins; else a fine copy of a very rare book. No copy in Osborne, Oppenheimer or Gumuchian. Not found in the online British Library catalogue or Copac

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        Ansicht "Vue du Port de Naples (Neapel, Napoli, Naples). Naples (Capitale de Royaume de) sur le bord de la Mediterranee dans l'ancienne Campanio, a 8. mille du Vesuvo".

      Paris, chez les Guyot graveur et M.d d'Estampes, ca. 1800.. Kolorierte O-Weichgrundätzung (soft-ground etching) mit abgebildetem Plattenrand mit Darstellung des Hafens von Neapel. Blatt mit wenigen Flecken außerhalb der Abbildung. Blatt unterzeichnet mit "Genilion del. / Guyot Sculp.t". Blattgröße: 21,5 x 17,7 cm. Größe der Ansicht: 15,4 x 11,5 cm.. Die Ansicht zeigt im Vordergrund eine Personenstaffage auf einer kleinen Felseninsel. Dahinter liegt der Leuchtturm und Hafenbogen mit zahlreichen Segeln, die hinter der Hafenmauer sichtbar werden. Auf der rechten Seite der Ansicht sieht man hinter zwei Segelschiffen den Vesuv, der gerade Steine auswirft.

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        60 Biblische Geschichten des neuen Testaments. In Kupfer gestochen von Johann Balzer.

      Prag, Johann Balzerischer Kupferstich Verlag, o.J. (um 1800).. Gr.8°. 60 Tafeln. Fadenbindung mit marmoriertem Umschlag. Dieser teils gelöst. Sonst in gutem Zustand. (s. Foto). DE; 1. Aufl..

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        Reize en ontdekkingen in de binnen-landen van Africa, gedaan door den majoor Houghton, en Mungo Park, beiden zendelingen der Africasche Maatschappij .. verrijkt met eenige aardrijkskundige ophelderingen van den majoor J. RENNELL. Gevolgd naar het Engelsch.

      Haarlem, François Bohn, 1800.Original boards (sl. rubbed). With 3 folding engraved maps. X,242 pp.* First Dutch edition; first published in English in the Proceedings of the Association for promoting the discovery of the interior parts of Africa. London 1798. - 'The African Association was founded in 1788. Its activities mark the beginning of African exploration in a systematic way, as well as the furthering of British trade and political prestige on that continent. This association was later merged into the Royal Geographical Society. The first concern of the African Association was the River Niger - where was its source and what was the direction of its flow, etc. The first four expeditions were unfortunate for the leaders, Ledyard, Lucas, Horneman, and Houghton, all of whom either died while enroute or were murdered by the fanatical Moors. The fifth, that of Mungo Park, was rich in geographical results, though he too died on his second expedition' (Cox I, p.388). This book contains the travel-accounts in Africa of Daniel Hougton (1790-91) and of Mungo Park (1795-97, his first expedition); with geographical explanation by James Rennell. - Good copy; very rare.Gay 2788 (English ed.); Not in Tiele.

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        (H)eerlyke ende gelukkige reyze nae het heylig land ende de stad van Jeruzalem .. in't jaer ons Heere 1633. .. Van Nieuws overzien/ verbetert/ en vermeerdert met een Byvoegsel/ getrokken uyt eenen brief/ geschreven uyt Jeruzalem den 20. maerte 1779/ op den tegenwordigen toestand van die stad.

      Gend, Judocus Begyn, (ca. 1800). 2 volumes in 1. 4to. Old wrappers. With 7 woodengravings. 72; 56 pp.* First published in Antwerpen in 1634, followed by many popular editions. - Jan vander Linden (1577-1638) was 'pater van de cellebroeders tot Antwerpen'. He describes in detail the voyage by way of Paris, Avignon, Marseille, Genua and Cyprus to all the holy places at Nazareth, Mount Thabor, Nablouse, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, Jaffa, etc. In the second part the return voyage is extensively described. - Scarce chapbook edition.Tiele 674; Tobler p.101.

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        One of St. Helena's Towers (SIGNED Louis Joutel: an original water color

      No Publihsed Date. Late 1800 - This is an original water color that is SIGNED "L. Joutel" (believed to be Louis Hippolyte Joutel: 1858-1916) at bottom right under the tall tree, titled "one of St. Helena's Towers"; believe to be a work for "Land & Book" vol. 3 (hand written on the back of the board); hard board size: 12-1/4 x 10-1/2in, image size: 10 x 8in; colors seem to be black, gray, white with touches of lite brown; no published date but probably late 1800s; the artist did an extension of the drawing on to the board, the drawing is glued to a hard board; text under the drawing reads "runis near Yyre"; still with the artist brush strokes to the edges. CONDITION OF THE DRAWING: a tiny tear in the drawing, some water marks to the left inside the image and some smaller ones at top right of drawing; the hard board has rubbing and a large pin hole at very bottom; condition as described but overall still a lovely image of the artist's work. PLEASE NOTE: There is no reason that this would be a fake (bought with a lot of other drawings of the period of different artist). But I'm not an expert in these period drawings but it does appear to be very similar to his other drawings I have seen & very similar to the signatures. The price there for is reflected appropriately not knowing if this is authentic. From Journal New York Entomological Society. t Vo1 - xxiv "Many excursions were made to collect material in aid of his work, for Mr. Joutel was one of the most skillful natural history artists in America, and his knowledge of insects and their habits was a great asset in connection with his artistic work. His illustrations are well known. They will be found in some of Dr. Alpheus S. Packard's works, such as his Monograph of the Bombycine Moths of North America, in the reports of Dr. Ephraim P. Felt, state ento- mologist of New York; in some of the reports of the New Jersey state entomologist, in the Bulletins of the American Museum of Natural History and in many other publications devoted to entomol- ogy. Mr. Joutel was an illustrator for Harper and Brothers for a number of years, but when able, relinquished his work as a general illustrator and devoted himself to natural history subjects. This gave him a chance to investigate; to go afield in connection with his work, and before ill health prevented, he was active in rearing many kinds of insects, as well as fish, frogs, etc. He even raised some land or box turtles in his little garden. Facts of interest in con- nection with his entomological investigations were often presented at the meetings of the New York Entomological Society up to the year 1910. At the meeting of April 20, 1897, ne exhibited about fifty species of beetles, mostly Longicorns that had been bred by him, and throughout the early published proceedings of the Society there is much information contributed by Mr. Joutel." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ansbachische Blätter. Zum Besten würdiger Armen herausgegeben. Erster Jahrgang, Erstes Quartal, 1800, Januar - zweites Quartal, 1800 Junius.

      Ansbach, -, 1800.. VIII + Zwischentitel + 200 + VI + Zwischentitel + 208 S. Priv. Pp. der Zeit.. Besitzsign. a . V., durchgehend eine Ecke wasserrandig, Anstr. a. S. 40, Ebd. m. stärkeren Gbrsp., R. fachmännisch m. Japanpapier geschlossen, Gbrsp.

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        Afhandling om coffardiskibes construction. Copenhagen, printed by Bianco Lunos for the author, 1842-1843. 2 parts in 1 volume. Large 4to (32.5 x 24 cm). With 7 numbered lithographed plates in the first part (including 5 folding and 4 in red & black) and 10 numbered lithographed plates in the second part (including 9 folding and 5 in red & black). Also with 7 double-page tables in the first part and 2 double-page tables in the second part. Somewhat later tree-pattern tanned sheepskin, richly gold-tooled spine, with the original gray printed wrappers on paper-boards bound in.

      BMC IX, p. 1197; Bruzelius, p. 152; KVK/WorldCat (7 copies); E.M. Nielsen, Skibsbygning i Danmark: Om træskibets konstruktionshistorie ca. 1800-1920, pp. 139-140; not in Cat. NHSM; for Funch: Dansk biografisk lexicon V, pp. 492-493. Rare first and only edition of a work on the construction of merchant ships by the royal Danish shipbuilder Diderich Hansteen Funch (1791-1856). Funch was both a master shipbuilder at the royal dockyard, and a reputable author, known for several books on shipbuilding. The work is divided into two parts, the first covering the ship's hull and the second its masting and rigging. It "contains a complete system for the determination of all of a ship's calculated figures as well as its shape. The latter can be ascertained by consulting a table and following certain rules. Ships designed according to Funch's system had parabolic waterlines and curves; all the curves were thus mathematically determined. Funch's system seems to have influenced ship design in the provinces from about 1830 to 1845-50. Sheer draughts from the period show that the ships had parabolic curves as well as the fish shape prescribed by Funch. The interdependent proportions of the hull are also recognisable as the ones stipulated by Funch" (Nielsen).With the bookplate of the Swedish shipbuilder Nils Ljungzell (1885-1964) on pastedown, library stamp on title-page and a deaccession stamp on the title-pages of both parts. Slightly browned, some occasional minor spots, and a minor water stain in the foot margin of the second part (not affecting the plates). Good copy.

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        Almanach der kruid-kunde voor het Jaar 1800. Tot onderrichting en vermaak voor het schoone geslacht, also ook voor die genen die de eerste beginselen der kruidkunde beöefenen. Amsterdam, J.B. Elwe, [1800]. Small 8vo. With engraved title-page coloured by hand, illustrations of herbs and flowers on 12 full-page plates, and numerous illustrations of details of herbs and flowers on 2 full-page engraved plates, all finely coloured by hand. Contemporary wrappers.

      Jacobsen Jensen 301 (1800-1803); Waller 93 (1800-1803); cf. KLKL 349 (the complete herbal, published under the title: "Eerste Beginselen der Kruidkunde", in 1810). Beautifully illustrated and hand-coloured instruction book on herbs, published as an almanac for the fair sex. It is the first of four volumes published. All plates are accompanied by one leaf of text, the first twelve leaves containing the calendar and some of the usual almanac information. The last two plates and the numbered pages then contain a thorough instruction on herbs, which is to be continued over the following years.These rare almanacs, really quite thorough botanical instruction books, were edited by the celebrated botanist Johan Carl Krauss (1759-1826). The parts with the basic instruction on herbs, which were paginated continuously through the years, were also put together and published as a complete herbal by Elwe in 1810.Title-page slightly thumbed. Front cover detached, paper of spine gone. Good copy.

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        Taschenbuch für Forst und Jagdfreunde. Sylvan. Ein Jahrbuch für Forstmänner Jäger und Jagdfreunde. 20 delen.

      Marburg Kassel Heidelberg Leipzig Joh. Christian Krieger; Karl Groos 1800-1828. Oorspronkelijk (groen) karton. Met enkele drukkersvignetten + 19 frontispices + 20 zwart/wit gravures (waarvan 16 uitvouwbaar) + 104 (oude) handgekleurde gravures. *frontispice 1814 ontbreekt; ruggen licht beschadigd*Vanaf 1813 wordt het Taschenbuch für Forst und Jagdfreunde voortgezet onder de naam Sylvan. Sylvan wordt vanaf 1823 uitgegeven bij Karl Groos in Heidelberg en Leipzig. De bandjes, in groen karton, hebben allen verschillende geíllustreerde omslagen. De volgende bandjes bevatten meerder jaren:1803/04, 1805/06, 1809/12, 1817/18, 1820/21, 1825/26, 1827/28. Fraaie set

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        Early 1800s miniature wood carving of a Durham boat similar to the vessels used by Gen. George Washington while crossing the Delaware ñ made of wood from an elm tree at his encampment

      New Jersey/Philadelphia: , early 1800s Miniature carving of a Durham boat, 10î long, made of wood from an elm tree growing in the area where General George Washington encamped his army on their march culminating in the crossing of the Delaware River and the Battle of Trenton on December 26, 1776. A Durham boat was a flat-bottomed and double-ended boat used on many of the interior waterways of North America beginning in the mid-1700s. A worn vintage soiled handwritten note in ink on paper, with parts missing, was affixed on inside the boat: ì...[o]ld Elm tree under which Washington encamp[ped h]is army 1777 [sic 1776] on his marc[h] / igh to Trenton crossed Delaware River 1400 men surprised & took 1000 hessi[an] / Ã?came of hessian army retreated Back to N. York...Washington in Pa."

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        Ohne Titel. Ewald Christian von Kleist auf dem Schlachtfeld Kunersdorf, August 1759.

      . Punktierstich, um 1800, 43,5 x 54,5 cm. Bis an den Bildrand beschnitten, daher fehlen auf dem Blatt Angaben zu Stecher (vermutlich Chodowiecki) und Zeichner sowie zum Titel. - Die Satteltaschen der Husaren weisen neben einer Krone die Buchstaben EJ auf. - Alt kaschiert. Einige kleine Fehlstellen am Bildrand.

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        Tour of the Grand Junction, Illustrated in a Series of Engravings; With an Historical and Topographical Description of those Parts of the Counties of Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, and Northamptonshire, Through which the Canal passes

      Printed for J. Hassell. Printed for J. Hassell. First edition.. Binding slightly rubbed; fine copy.. Abbey, Scenery, 30; Tooley, page 139. 8vo, contemporary olive-green morocco, gilt rules, decorations and lettering, a.e.g. Twenty-four hand-colored aquatint plates drawn and engraved by Hassell. The Grand Junction Canal was designed to facilitate water transport from Oxford Canal to London, in place of the uncertain Thames River. The canal was opened in 1800 and pretty well completed in 1805, and its 93 miles of waterway, with two long tunnels, did greatly improve cargo shipping. It is now, like all the canals of England, used almost entirely for pleasure cruising. John Hassell (died 1825) wrote and illustrated numerous art-instruction and topographical works, of which this is one of the most appealing, due to the beauty of the countryside through which the canal passed. In his Preface Hassell declares that the Grand Junction "embraces a variety far exceeding that afforded by many rivers, as combining all the beauties of landscape--the elegance and splendor of the mansion and the villa--and the venerable remains of antiquity.

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        Ansicht "Vue du Port de Genes (Genova, Genua). Genes, Capitale d'un Etat Republicain du meme nom. Elle est situee sur le penchant d'une Colline pres de la Mediterranee".

      Paris, Chez les Guyot freres, ca. 1800.. Kolorierte O-Weichgrundätzung (soft-ground etching) mit abgebildetem Plattenrand mit Darstellung des Hafens von Genua. Blatt mit wenigen Flecken außerhalb der Abbildung. Blatt unterzeichnet mit "Genilion del. / Guyot Sculp.t". Blattgröße: 21,7 x 17,8 cm. Größe der Ansicht: 15 x 11,3 cm..

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      PARIS, 1835 (mm 580 x 860 ca. più marg.)Incisione originale eseguita su matrice di rame; in lastra, sotto la parte figurata, a sinistra indicazione di Bagetti in qualità di disegnatore, più in basso al centro titolo; sopra la parte figurata, a destra, numero di tavola LXIV. L'opera, di grandi dimensioni ed effetto, è una delle due tavole rappresentanti vedute della Val d'Aosta contenute in una pubblicazione in - folio massimo. Il grande vedutista e topografo piemontese eseguì le rappresentazioni dell'esercito francese in marcia fra il 1797 e il 1800, in qualità di capitano ingegnere geografo al seguito dell'Armata Napoleonica durante la Campagna d'Italia. L'opera rappresenta uno scontro a fuoco fra i Francesi e gli avversari lungo il sentiero che costeggia un versante alpino; le piccole figure dei soldati contrastano con la grandiosità della veduta di montagna, caratterizzata da rocce imponenti su cui crescono alti alberi. L'esecuzione della tavola spetta a J. Desaulx, abile incisore attivo a Parigi nella prima metà del secolo XIX. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, a pieni margini, privo dell'indicazione di Desaulx a destra sotto la parte figurata, descritta invece da A. Peyrot.

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        The Plays -

      London: Printed by T. Bentley, Bolt Court, 1800 - A large paper copy of Harding's 12-volume Shakespeare edition, "in admirable taste, printed by Bentley; clear to read -" (Franklin), with Rowe's Life, a Glossary, Farmer's essay on Shakespeare's learning, and a Preface by Dr. Johnson. Jaggard states "One of the few sets on large paper, demy 8vo, is at Stratford." The regular issue, much smaller, was advertised as a 12mo Harding edition, large paper copy. 12 vols., Demy 8vo (8-1/2 x 5-3/8 inches). Portrait by Ridley, vignette of Swan on the Avon on the general title-page, individual title to each play, plates by Stothard and others. Bound in contemporary calf, spines neatly rebacked to style in gilt and contrasting red and green title labels, new endsheets, some foxing to text and plates throughout. Jaggard, p. 508; Franklin, Shakespeare Domesticated, p. 50 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Economy of Human Life

      Uttoxeter - R. Richards, 1800. Uttoxeter - R. Richards, 1800 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A copy of Robert Dodsley's popular collection of moral precepts. With a bookplate to front pastedown of one Mr. Eardley. Parts one and two complete in one volume. Condition: In a roan binding. Externally, sound with wear to extremities and cracking to joints. Internally, firmly bound and generally bright with spotting to first and last few pages. Overall: GOOD.

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        Catalogue of Printed Music Published Between 1487 and 1800 now in the British Museum

      d 1800 now in the British Museum, 1912. d 1800 now in the British Museum, 1912 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A catalogue of Printed Music Published Between 1487 and 1800 now in the British Museumprinted by the order of the Trustees of the British Museum and written by W. Barclay Squire. First edition. In two volumes complete. Volume one is A-K, volume two L-Z together with the first supplement to rear to volume two. With a preface by G. K. Fortescue from the British Museum, dated 1912 to front of volume one. The dates covered in the catalogue (1487 - 1800) are those generally accepted as marking the division between the earlier and the modern schools of music. Condition: In cloth bindings. Externally, generally smart but with slight wear to extremities and with slight rubbing and marks to boards. Front hinges strained. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places, with first page to volume two starting. Bright and generally clean throughout but with slight scattered foxing to first and last few pages. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        A Chart of the Arts in England from 1660 to 1800

      1800. 1800, 1800 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Acollection of large folding tables listing events, art, and published works dating from 1660 through to 1800. First edition. Compiled and published by decorators, upholsterers, furniture makers and dealers in works of art, Lenygon and Co. With columns entitled Dates, Reigns, Ministries, Events, Contemporary Art on the Continent, Painters and Sculptors, Engravers, Various Arts and Crafts, Buildings, Literature. Condition: In original quarter cloth binding with paper covered boards. Externally, boards are age toned, with light chipping to extremities and spine. Internally, tablesare firmly bound, with light handling marks only. Overall: GOOD..

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        Camelus Dromedarius / Le Dromadaire

      - Paris: Printed by Langlois, circa 1800-1. Rare colour-printed copper engraving, on wove paper. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling, minor foxing, and a tiny nick at the edge of the right margin. 11 5/8 x 16 1/8 inches. 12 7/8 x 20 1/4 inches. A beautiful plate with stunning early colour, from Lacépède's "La Menagerie du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle," an important scholarly work and one of the finest examples of eighteenth-century French natural history illustration. A professor of zoology at the Museum of Natural History, the French naturalist Bernard-Germain-Étienne Delaville, Comte de Lacépède (1756- 1825) was a versatile and precocious scholar who published a number of books on zoology, physics, and music. He was greatly influenced by the pioneering naturalist Georges Louis Marie Leclerc, comte de Buffon, whom he succeeded as Intendant at the Jardin du Roi, which later became the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle in 1793. During his tenure, Lacépède completed a comprehensive study of amphibians and reptiles, Historie Naturelle des Quadrupèdes Ovipares et des Serpens, which was published as a supplement to Buffon's magnum opus on animal classification Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particulière. In 1800-1, he published the first edition of La Menagerie du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, a thorough survey of the various species of quadrupeds, reptiles and amphibians in the impressive collection of the Museum of Natural History. This magnificent work was comprised of descriptive text written by Lacépède and his colleague Georges L. C., Baron Cuvier (1769-1832) as well as a number of finely rendered plates after the most eminent natural history artists of the period, Nicolas Maréchal (1753-1803), Nicolas Huet (1770-1830) and Léon de Wailly (1801-1824). Painted from life on vellum, these beautifully detailed illustrations faithfully captured the appearance of the wondrous animals in the Paris menagerie. A pupil of J. G. Wille and C. N. Cochin, Simon Charles Miger was a royal academician and a talented engraver, who executed numerous portraits and natural history plates. Benezit, Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs, vol. 9, p. 611; Anker 275; BM(NH) IV, p. 1517; Brunet III, 725; Nissen ZBI 2353. [Attributes: First Edition]

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