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        Veduta della Città di Constantinopoli con i Suoi Soborghi Presa Da Bulgurla Daghi Sopra Scutari in Asia

      Luigi Mayer, 1800. A SUPERB WATERCOLOR VIEW OF CONSTANTINOPLE Watercolor and gouache on paper Framed size 28" x 40 ½" Signed lower right Circa 1800 This evocative watercolor view of the city of Constantinople (Istanbul) rising in the distance was done by the artist Luigi Mayer in preparation for one of a series of 96 fine aquatints, first published separately in 1801, 1802, and 1803 for Sir Robert Ainslie (1730?-1812). Ainslie was ambassador to Constantinople from 1776 to 1792, and while there he also studied ancient architecture and collected ancient coins. The prints were published collectively from 1804 to 1813 as Views in Egypt, Palestine, and other parts of the Ottoman Empire. . Book.

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        An Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava, sent by the Governor-General of India, in the Year 1795.

      London, Printed for J. Debrett, 1800. Atlas volume containing 2 folding engraved maps and 22 engraved plates, 11 of which are folding, in contemporary half calf, rebacked and with new end papers. Also the text in two vols. from the 1827 edition in worn original cloth. Description of many aspects of Burmese life, including native dress, language, food, marriage and funeral ceremonies, agriculture, including the cultivation of indigo, the flora and fauna.

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        History Of Russia, From The Foundation Of The Monarchy By Rurik, To The Accession Of Catharine The Second. Two Volumes.

      London: Printed By A.Strahan, For T.N.Longman And O.Rees, 1800. First edition octavo Vol 1 xx, 503 pages 2 plates with large foldout map. Vol 2 xv, pages with 2 plates. Very good and sound original full calf with black and red title labels to spine. Tooke was chaplain to the English church at Kronstadt. Three years later, he was invited by the English merchants at St. Petersburg to become chaplain there. His residence at St. Petersburg gave him the chance to research Russian history and acquire the material for his writings.

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        Rare Handwritten John Nicholson Document Concerning War Debts

      Nicholson was a Revolutionary-era Pennsylvania state official. He partnered with Robert Morris in western land speculation that bankrupted both. He was sent to debtor's prison in 1800 and died there shortly thereafter. ADS. 1pg. 8 ¾" x 8. Jany 21, 1783. Comptr Generals Office Phiada. A very rare autograph document signed "Jno Nicholson": "Capt Joseph Blewer Esqr acknowledges to have recd the sum of four thousand five hundred and eighty five pounds and Six pence of Samuel Massey Esqr. at the time and for the purpose Mentd. within which he had borrowed of Sd. Massey as, he declares upon Interest, he also produces a copy of his accts. Current wherein he charges himself and accts. for the expenditure of the sum aforesaid... £1000 were pd by his draft on the navy board in fav of I Hood." On the back are numbers totaling £4585.6 all in the handwriting of Joseph Blewer. At the bottom, Blewer penned "Receiv'd Octr 18 1777 from Samuel Massey Four Thousand five hundred & eighty five pounds & Six Pence for the use of the State of Pennsylvania. Joseph Blewer". Joseph Blewer of Philadelphia served in the Pennsylvania General Assembly from 1779 to 1780. Samuel Massey (1734-1793), a descendant of a prominent Quaker family in the Philadelphia region, was a captain in the Revolution and commanded a company of troops. Before the war, he owned a successful import company. As this document shows, Massey indirectly lent Pennsylvania money for the war efforts. Though Nicholson is a common autograph appearing on many pieces of Revolutionary War paper, the American Book Prices Current shows only two holograph pieces. The document is in fragile condition with fold separations and ragged edges

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        An original drawing with a Royal Navy warship firing her cannon out to sea, titled 'Pigeon Island from the Town of Gros Islet,' St. Lucia

      [St. Lucia: circa 1800]. Pen, ink and wash drawing within an ink-ruled border, titled in the margin beneath in ink in a contemporary hand. Image size: 6 5/8 x 9 7/8 inches; sheet size: 7 5/8 x 10 5/8 inches. A fine early view recalling St. Lucia's turbulent past. The view includes a British ship-of-war in the foreground, with Pigeon Island behind, with Fort Rodney topping the smaller of the two peaks. The island was used as a look-out post to keep an eye on the French naval base on Martinique to the north. The image also includes two large ships in the background and these, combined with the fact that the ship in the foreground has just fired a broadside, may mean that this image was intended to act as a record of one of the many encounters that took place before Britain finally took control of St. Lucia in 1814.

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        The New and Complete Art of Swimming, with Full and Necessary Directions to Swimmer & Divers, According to the Latest Improvements; Shewing How to Avoid Accidents in the Easiest Manner, and, Finally To Enjoy the Refreshing Influence of the Pearly Stream.

      London: Printed by J. Macdonald, for J. Quick, [N.d., c.1800].. First edition, 12mo, iv, [5]-26pp., old water stain to outer margin of first two leaves, occasional foxing and some light staining to text, recent marbled paper wrappers, title label on upper wrapper.The only other copy recorded of this first edition is at Pennsylvania State University Library. Copac gives just two locations for a second edition of 1840. Thomas' Bibliography of Swimming, p. 225 notes the second edition only.

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        Vermischte Schriften nach dessen Tode aus den hinterlassenen Papieren gesammelt und herausgegeben von Ludwig Christian Lichtenberg und Friedrich Kries

      Göttingen, Dieterich 1800-1806.. 9 Bände. Mit 3 gestochenen Porträts, 10 Kupfertafeln und 4 gestochenen Kostümtafeln von Daniel Chodowiecki und einigen Textholzschnitten. Marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild und Goldfileten.

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        Nieuw Groot A/B/C/ Boek/ Zeer bekwaam voor de jonge kinderen te leeren

      W.C. Wansleven, Zutphen, 1800. Softcover. Very Good Condition. An unusually well preserved copy of this early Dutch ABC book. Undated, ca. early 19th century. Printed on heavy paper, folded, with a red rooster on the verso of the title page and a woodcut of a classroom scene on the title. 16 pages printed on one sheet, both sides (8 pages per side) - probably never issued, thus accounting for its condition. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Children; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042202. .

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        (PAUW, CORNEILLE de)

      Philosophiska anmärkningar om americanerne. Sammandrag från fransyskan. Linköping, D. G. Björn, 1800. 8:o. 84 s. Häftad i vitt tryckt omslag. Oskuren och ouppskuren. Fuktfläckar längst ut i yttermarginalen på s. 29-30 och 41-42. Fint ex.. Bakre omslags insida med en rad rättelser. Ett sammandrag av "Recherches philosphiques sur les américains, ou mémoires intéressants pour servir à l'histoire de l'espèce humaine". Originalets första upplaga utkom 1767, den andra 1769. Den tredje upplagan 1770 utformades som ett försvar av de två första. Författaren sökte att i allt hitta svagheter hos den amerikanska urbefolkningen, något som uppväckte en hel del kritik. Verket innehåller bl.a. märkliga redogörelser om hermafroditer, omskärelser och "infibulation". Utkom i ett flertal senare upplagor och översattes också till engelska, tyska och holländska

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

      Printed by C. Clarke and Published By R. Faulder and J. Egerton 1800. xvi., 254, errata leaf. 21 sepia aquatints of the Inns of Court. Bound in a very pleasant full tan calf executed by Baytun Riviere. Black and red title labels, and compartments filled with a leaf and berry design. Gilt lines to the boards, with a leaf and berry design towards the corners between lines. Blind stamped vine-leaf border panel in the middle of each board. Gilt inner-dentelles, and all edges gilt, 236 mm tall. A beautiful volume. Samuel Ireland was the father of the Shakespeare forger W. H. Ireland.

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        NY OG FULDSTÆNDIG TRANCHEERBOG ELLER ANVIISNING TIL AT SKJÆRE FOR OG LÆGGE FOR VED TAFFELET. En Lommebog for Damer og Cvaliere, som vil besørge denne Forretning.

      Oversat af Johan Werfel. Med en udfoldelig kobbertavle. København 1800. Indbundet med originalt - lidt krøllet - blåt omslag i senere papirbind. Plettet og skjoldet. 40 sider. Med gamle ejernavne.. Ikke hos Vegenfeldt og Kornerup

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        Memoires of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, in Three Volumes.

      A New Edition. 1-3. London, T. Cadell, jun and W. Davies, 1800. 8vo. Portrait,+ xl,+470,+ (1) pp.+ fold. genealogical table; (2),+ 505,+ (1); (2),+ 360,+ (34) pp. A few minor spots. Contemporary green morocco bindings, richly gilt spines with raised bands, gilt and blindstamped boards, gilt inner bordures and with inner paste downs and fly leafs in satin with gilt frames and gilt flowers, all edges gilt. Spines slightly faded. Three volumes. Spines slightly faded. Presentation to Mr. Rosenstein from a William-Henry, London 1815, in ink in part one. First printed in 4to in 1798, this is the first 8vo-edition. Probably presented to Nils Rosen von Rosenstein

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        Samlade skrifter. 1-3.

      Stockholm, Carl Deleen & J. G. Forsgren, 1800-02. 8:o. [xxviii] + 338; + [ii] + 432; + [viii] + 224, [ii], 225-482 s. Titelsidorna med graverad vinjett. Utan ett blad med innehållsförteckning i del 1. Tre volymer. Samtida skinnryggsband, ryggarna med röda titelfält i skinn. Ngt nötta, ryggarna naggade upptill. Med författarens egenhändiga dedikation i del 1: "Till Majoren och ÖfverAdjutanten Herr Baron Bengt Sparre, Högaktningens, Vänskapens gåfva, Stockholm d. 14 Apr. 1802. af författaren". Med ägarinskrift av Otto von Feilitzen daterad [18]62 i varje del.. Första upplagan av Carl Gustaf Leopolds (1756-1829) skrifter. Leopold hörde till den gustavianska erans mest framstående poeter och dramatiker och var även Gustav III:s handsekreterare. Som 30-åring invaldes han i Svenska Akademien under dess första år, 1786

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        An Essay on the Practical History of Sheep in Spain, and of the Spanish Sheep in Saxony, Anhalt Dessau, &c.

      Dublin: Printed by Graisberry & Campbell. 1800.. 8vo, [iv],101,[4],104-221,[4],224-275,[4],278-284,[3],286-300pp., 9 plates, some light spotting throughout, half calf in a period style, five raised bands, spine tooled in blind and gold, red morocco label, marbled boards, a nice copy.The first English translation of this important study of the Merino sheep, originally published at Leipzig in 1785. Translated from the German by the Rev. Dr Lanigan, translator and later librarian to the Dublin Society, and published by their order in 1800.Pp.224-275 contain 'Extracts from instructions for shepherds, and for owners of flocks. By M. Daubenton' with its own titlepage but continuous pagination and register. Reproducing plates III-IX, XXI and XXII re-drawn from the original which was published at Paris in 1792. Pp.278-284 contain 'A plan for the introduction and establishment of the most advantageous establishment of mines in... Ireland. By Richard Kirwan, Esq.' with a drop-head title and continuous pagination and register. Pp.285-300 continues with 'Miscellaneous communications to the Society.' This final section is bound at the front of the book. Dingley, 601.

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        An Account of an Embassy to the Court of the Teshoo Lama in Tibet

      Russel court, Cleveland row, St James's, London: W Bulmer and Co, 1800 Containing a narrative of a journey through Bootan, and part of Tibet. To which are added, views taken on the spot, by Lieutenant Samuel Davies; and observations Botanical, Mineralogical, and Medical, by Mr Robert Saunders. In contemporary speckled, full tan leather, with gilt titling and tooling to spine, front board a little loose but holding, edges and corners bumped. Internally, faint evidence of bookplate to fpd, paper water marked 1799, (xxviii), 473 pp, 13 pls (of 13), 1 map, some light offsetting, (the plates are by Davies, engraved by Basire from the original drawings in the possession of Warren Hastings). A lovely copy, un-restored and better for it! (ESTC T136507. Graesse 212. Brunet 978. & Cordier Sinica 2909 -info).Turner, army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, whose Account of an Embassy to the Court of the Teshoo Lama in Tibet (1800) was the first eye-witness report on Tibet and Bhutan to be published in English. The book remained the only account of those countries available to English readers until the publication in 1876 of the journals of George Bogle and Thomas Manning. Through the editions that quickly followed in French (1800), German (1801), and Italian (1817), the book had a considerable impact on the European imagination. See ONDB for a full Bio.

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        Veduta del Castello dell'Acqua Felice presso le Terme Diocleziane

      Acquaforte mm.685x405 alla battuta + ampi margini bianchi. Prima edizione parigina (1800 - 1807) su carta vergellata, con prezzo cancellato sulla lastra. Piegata centralemente all'origine (piccolo rinforzo al verso nel punto di piega). Tratta da "Vedute di Roma". Due piccolissimi strappi restaurati al marg. bianco inf.

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        Perspektivische Vorstellung von dem Jubiläum der Ehrednen Constabler u. feuerwerker Gesellschaft in Zürich dn 19ten Juny A. 1786. Aquatinta-Radierung.

      53 x 68 cm, unter Passepartout in vergoldetem Rahmen, 30 x 46 cm , Minimal stockfleckig Johann Jakob Aschmann (1747- 1809) Landschaftszeichner und -maler, Kupferstecher. Vereinzelt Porträts wuchs in bescheidenen Verhältnissen als Sohn eines Tauners in Ludretikon-Thalwil auf. Mittellosigkeit zwang ihn, trotz seiner künstlerischen Begabung, nach nur mangelnder Schulausbildung zur Fabrikarbeit. Später genoss er ein Jahr dürftigen Malunterricht bei Johann Melchior Hurter in Schaffhausen. Dann wies ihn der Zürcher Maler und Kunsthistoriker Johann Kaspar Füssli zum Kunstverleger Wagner nach Bern, wo er bei der Herausgabe der Helvetischen Eisberge nach Caspar Wolfs Zeichnungen Arbeit fand. Nach seiner Rückkehr nach Thalwil heiratete er am 25.10.1774 die aus Jesingen (Württemberg) stammende Maria Dorothea Haaga, die neun Kinder zur Welt brachte. Der dritte Sohn betätigte sich schlecht und recht als Maler und Kopist nach Vorlagen seines Vaters. Von ihm sind etwa ein Dutzend Blätter unter dem Namen «Hans Jakob Aschmann Jünger» bekannt. Ab 1774 als selbständiger Maler tätig, entschloss sich Aschmann 1778 zur Herausgabe von Kupferstichen. Auf zahlreichen Studienreisen durch die gesamte Deutschschweiz fand er die für ihn passenden Sujets wie auch allfällige Aufträge einflussreicher Leute. Da aber sein künstlerisches Schaffen für den Unterhalt seiner Familie nicht genügte, betätigte er sich nebenbei in der Bewirtschaftung seines kleinen Heimwesens mit etwas Rebland. Seine unruhige Natur wie sein eigensinniger Charakter brachten ihn in Kontakt mit dem Gedankengut der Französischen Revolution. Als Wachtseckelmeister und Ehegaumer von Thalwil wurde er mit der Stäfner Bewegung 1795 in die Politik hineingezogen. Ein Künstler und Schöngeist, wollte er mit viel Eifer mithelfen, die wirtschaftliche Freiheit und menschliche Gleichheit anzustreben. Seine aufwieglerische Tätigkeit veranlasste die Zürcher Regierung, Aschmann nach Zürich in Gefangenschaft zu nehmen. Die Kriegsräte verurteilten ihn 1795 zu drei Jahren Zuchthaus. Um die Gefängniskosten ebenso wie den Unterhalt seiner Familie bestreiten zu können, wurde ihm gestattet, seine künstlerische Tätigkeit im Gefängnis auszuüben. Während dieser Zeit entstanden einige Dutzend Phantasieblätter. Als er 1798 nach Thalwil zurückkehrte, wählte man ihn für das ihm zugefügte Unrecht in das Amt des Unterstatthalters, das er bis 1803 ausübte. Durch seine politische Tätigkeit vergrösserte sich die Zerrüttung seiner finanziellen und familiären Verhältnisse derart, dass er in grosse Armut geriet. In diesem Elend starb Aschmann 1809 in seinem Heim in Thalwil an der Auszehrung. Aschmanns Schaffen war stark geprägt durch die Naturtreue seiner Darstellungen. In ihrer genauen Wiedergabe der damaligen Zeit zeigen seine Blätter eine Originalität, die für seine unkonventionelle Arbeitsweise charakteristisch ist. Aufgrund der bekannten Arbeiten sowie einiger Zeitungsanzeigen ist nachweisbar, dass Aschmann vor allem das Zürichbiet, die Nord- und Ostschweiz, Graubünden, die Innerschweiz, den Aargau und das Haslital bereiste. Bis heute sind folgende Arbeiten bekannt: Ein Reklameblatt; 46 numerierte Umrissstiche; 19 unnumerierte Umrissstiche; zwei Handwerksbriefe; Umrissstiche von Ereignissen (16 Serien, unter anderen Bockenkrieg; Bergsturz Goldau; Küsnacht; Überschwemmung); sechs Porträts; zwei Ölgemälde; sieben Arbeiten in Zusammenhang mit anderen Stechern; 246 originale Handzeichnungen. Es konnte nachgewiesen werden, dass der Bleuler-Verlag in Feuerthalen einzelne Platten aus Aschmanns Nachlass übernahm und mit neuer eingravierter Verlagsangabe und Bleulerschem Kolorit in den Verkauf brachte. Einen kleinen Teil übernahm auch Heinrich Füssli in Zürich, und der Maler Johann Martin Morat in Stühlingen benutzte teilweise Aschmann-Andrucke. Werke: Zentralbibliothek Zürich, Graphische Sammlung; Zürich, Graphische Sammlung der ETH; Öffentliche Kunstsammlung Basel, Kunstmuseum; Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Gonzenbach-Sammlung; Zürich, Schweizerisches Landesmuseum; Thalwil, Ortsmuseum. (Hans Jakob Zwicky, 1998 SIK)

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        Figures de l'histoire de la republique romaine accompagnees d'un precis historique... a paris, chez le citoyen mirys, (1800).

      Cm. 29,5, pp. 12 di testo introduttivo + antiporta figurata e 210 belle tavole. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde con punte, dorso liscio con ricchi fregi in oro e titoli su tassello in marocchino rosso. Esemplare particolarmente fresco e marginoso, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Opera in cui vengono descritti ed elegantemente illustrati con figure incise in rame gli avvenimenti che hanno caratterizzato la storia di Roma antica. La vicenda editoriale di questo ampio lavoro storico fu assai travagliata; la presente è la prima parte, unica apparsa, che avrebbe dovuto essere seguita da un'ulteriore suite di tavole riguardante la storia degli imperatori. Il nostro esemplare possiede un inizio di questa suite (formato dalle 30 tavole poste in fine) e che risulta pressochè sconosciuto e comunque non presente nelle altre copie censite. Cfr. Cohen-Ricci 711; Sander 1359 e Brunet, III, 1755.

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        The Constitutions of the United States, According to the Latest Amendments

      Philadelphia: Campbell, 1800. Hardcover. Near fine. Original full sheep; 6 simple gilt lines on spine; black lettering label, gilt. Hinges worn and there are a few small gouges to the leather, mostly on the spine, else a near fine copy. 'This edition contains the late Constitutions of Vermont, Delaware, Georgia and Kentucky, with the Regulations for the Government of the Territory north-west of the River Ohio; also, the Amendments to the Constitution of Maryland;--not in any former edition.' Kentucky had been admitted to the Union in the previous year. NUC records only this collation. Scarce in original binding.

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        View of the River Cobre in the Parish of St Thomas in the Vale,

      London. Pub'd by Messrs. Colnaghi, Sala & Co, April 20th, 1800. Coloured aquatint with additional hand colouring. Cleaned and restored. Fine condition. 27 x 19in No. 6 of a series of 6.

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        Carey's General Atlas

      Philadelphia: M. Carey, 1800. Folio. (17 x 14 inches). 49 engraved maps, (including 26 double-page or folding, 'A Map of the part of the N.W. Territory of the United States' printed on heavy paper and coloured in outline in a contemporary hand.) (Occasional expert repairs to margins and folds). Expertly bound to style in half russia over contemporary speckled paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by double gilt fillets, red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment. Lovely copy of a rare edition of Carey's important and early General Atlas. Carey's "American Atlas," printed in 1795 with 21 maps, was the first atlas printed in America. Carey's "General Atlas" was first published in 1796 with 45 maps. Most of the present atlas is devoted to the Americas with 27 of the 49 maps being of the region. Of the 27, the majority concern the United States and its territories, and incorporate the latest geographical knowledge available by what was to become one of the premier mapping firms in the United States. Two additional important maps, not included in the 1796 edition, are map 46 Seven Ranges of Townships... laid out by Congress and map 47 Part of the North Western Territory by Samuel Lewis, dated 1796. Phillips Atlases 3535; not in Rumsey; cf. Sabin 10858.

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        Elementi di chimica appoggiati alle piu' recenti scoperte chimiche e farmaceutiche... prima edizione. venezia, s.n., 1800.

      Tre volumi di cm. 20, pp. xvi, 228; 208; xx, 332. Con 7 belle tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo raffiguranti forni, alambicchi e strumenti scientifici. Leg. orig. in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. Qualche naturale arrossatura ed ossidazione alle carte, ma esemplare genuino e marginoso, in barbe. Mancano (dall'origine) due carte fra le preliminari e l'indice del terzo volume. Celebre opera dello scienziato pavese (1761-1818) che fu allievo di Spallanzani e Scopoli e, più tardi, amico di Alessandro Volta con il quale intraprese il celebre viaggio a Parigi al fine di illustrare l'invenzione della pila elettrica. Molto interessante per lo studio della condizione della chimica italiana all'epoca. Precede l'opera il: Vocabolario della nuova nomenclatura chimica riformata ed accresciuta da L. Brugnatelli. Non comune.

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        Wood-Cock Shooting

      London: Colnagi, July 1st, 1800. Aquatint, printed in colours and finished by hand, by Robert Dodd. Backed to restore losses to margin and to repair large tear in the upper right portion of the print, and to repair tear in bottom margin. 13 x 14 3/8 inches. 14 1/2 x 16 3/4 inches. A wonderful, rustic English shooting scene Julius Cæsar Ibbetson "was apprenticed to John Fletcher, a ship-painter at Hull. Ibbetson attracted public attention by his designs for ship decoration and by some scenery painted for the Hull Theatre, and his success encouraged him to seek his fortune in London in 1777. He was forced at first to work for Mr. Clarke, a picture dealer in Leicester Fields, but was able at the same time to acquire a thorough acquaintance with the works and methods of Dutch artists, besides learning all the tricks of the trade... In 1780 he married... In 1785 he exhibited at the Royal Academy A View of Northfleet, and continued to exhibit during succeeding years. Becoming acquainted with Captain William Baillie and others, he was introduced into good society, and was patronised by the nobility. In 1788 he accepted a post in Colonel Cathcart's embassy to China. Cathcart, however, died at Java during the voyage, and Ibbetson returned to England. He made many drawings during the voyage, and obtained nautical experience, which he afterwards turned to account in his pictures, but was not able to obtain any remuneration on his return... He sought relief from his misery in dissipation and convivial society, after the example of his friend, George Morland... This only led to further embarrassments, and in 1798 he quitted London for Liverpool to escape his creditors. Ibbetson lived quietly for some time near Ambleside in Westmoreland, visiting Scotland in 1800... A sign painted by Ibbetson for an inn at Troutbeck, near Ambleside, had some notoriety... He suffered further pecuniary losses through the defalcations of a friend, but the number of his commissions now enabled him to free himself to some extent from debt. At the invitation of one of his chief patrons, Mr. William Danby of Swinton Park, Ibbetson settled near that place in Masham, Yorkshire. Here he spent the remainder of his days... As a painter in oil of cattle and pigs Ibbetson has hardly been excelled in England, even by Morland... In his landscape-painting Ibbetson somewhat resembled Richard Wilson, R.A. He also painted small portraits in a neat and rapid manner. His paintings of animals were much prized, especially in Yorkshire, where they are often to be met with in private houses. Benjamin West called him the Berghem of England. He also painted in water-colour in the old tinted method with great success." (DNB). Snelgrove, p. 111

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        A Map of the Peninsula of India from the 19th Degree North Latitude to Cape Comorin.

      London: Printed for W. Faden ... May 10, 1800. A large engraved map of India with attractive original colour in block and outline to the land. Printed over two sheets (not joined), each section 49 x 82 cm. Each sheet centre folded. Small split to lower edge of centre fold of northern sheet, otherwise a very good bright example. Engraved by B[enjamin] Baker.

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        Paysanne du Canton de Zuric. (&) Paysanne de l'Entlibuch Bailliage du Canton de Lucerne.

      Original watercolour, Schweiz/Switzerland(?) c. 1800-1810. 22,5x28 cm. In fine condtion. Unframed.. Charming picture of a couple of Swiss peasant girls, with emphasis on colourful costume details

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        The Armenian; or The Ghost-Seer. A History Founded on Fact

      D. Symonds, London, 1800. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Good Condition. 4 volumes in 1/4 leather over printed marbled boards, worn, corners reinforced early on with vellum, hinges cracked, boards loose. Curiously, the marbled paper covering the boards has the text of an early government document printed over it - printing is ca. 1704. Modest foxing, heavy to the plate of secret writing, occasional spots of discoloration, endpapers browned. Each complete with half titles. Volume III with the edges of 4 pages torn, apparently from a reading by candlelight incident judging from the slight burn marks to one page edge, there is a meaningful loss of text to the corner of 113-116. The first edition of Schiller's influential novel with the additions by Follenius. A sensation at the time, The Ghost-Seer is a cautionary novel of plots, obscure secrets, Jesuits and the occult. Though never completed, it nonetheless hit a nerve with Germans struggling with institutions that were failing to keep pace with the intellectual progress of the time - it sparked an avalanche of imitators from Wieland's Peregrinum Proteus to Grosse's The Genius. Schiller's version was published in 1789, the first German edition with the additions by Follenius was 1798. The first English edition was 1795 - this edition includes some, but not all, of Follenius's substantial additions to the original. With the plate of secret writing facing page 215. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041298. .

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        An Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava,

      London: G. and W. Nichol, and J. Wright,, 1800. Sent by the Governor-General of India in the Year 1795. Quarto (289 ×230 mm). Contemporary diced russia, title gilt to the spine, single fillet gilt panel to the boards framing a foliate roll in blind, single line edge-roll, edges sprinkled brown, marbled endpapers, double fillet to the turn-ins. 2 engraved folding maps by J. Walker after Dalrymple and Thomas Woods and 26 engraved plates by T. Medland, Vincent, and MacKenzie after Singey Bey, and others, 4 of them folding and 3 double-page. Half-title bound in. Spine a little sunned and mottled, very lightly rubbed on the joints, some off-setting from the plates, but overall a very good copy in excellent, unrestored contemporary condition. First edition of "one of the first detailed accounts of the country written in English. In just over 500 pages, it addressed the history, geography, culture, and economics of Burma" (ODNB). Also notable for the survey of the lower River Irrawaddy, the first reliable chart of it, which was carried out by Symes's colleague Thomas Woods and is illustrated in the second folding map. Superbly illustrated with plates of costumes, customs, architecture and arts, many by the Company-trained Bengali artist Singey Bey, and a suite of 8 botanical plates of the plants selected by the President of the Royal Society "as the most rare and curious among the copious and valuable collection made by Doctor Buchanan." Symes was sent to the court of King Bodawpaya of Burma, "to try to improve political and commercial relations," and to ascertain whether the French had begun to make inroads at the court. "The embassy was counted a success," and this his account "painted a generally favourable impression of Burma, emphasizing its civility, culture, and stability, while also hinting at the Burmese court's suspicions of the British." When Hiram Cox, the first British ambassador to be sent to Burma under the terms of Symes's agreements, was turned away "Cox blamed Symes for his failure, and for exaggerating Burmese good will and intentions." Symes was sent back following trouble on the Arakan border, his second embassy being notably less successful than the first; "Most interpretations of Anglo-Burmese relations, when dealing with Symes, have tended to echo Hiram Cox, and dismiss Symes's reports as overly optimistic and uncritical. However, if these reports are read carefully, Symes does not appear as credulous as some have made him out to be. He was well aware of the court's insularity and suspicions of outsiders, and he reckoned that misunderstandings would frequently punctuate diplomatic relations… his writings display a genuine fascination with Burmese society, and indicate that he was eager to seek some rapprochement with Burma." Symes died in 1809 of wounds sustained during Moore's retreat from Corunna. Later armorial bookplate of Charles Arthur Wynne Finch to the front pastedown.

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

      London: R. Faulder and J. Egerton, Printed by C. Clarke, 1800. First edition. Leather_bound. Very Good. Handsomely bound in modern oxblood crushed quarter morocco over marbled boards, with silver titles on spine, and sprinkled text-block edges. Complete (including half-title), i-xvi + 254 pages + errata leaf, twenty-one aquatint plates. Covers and binding are in fine condition. Pages very good overall, slightly yellowed, first several pages have slight rippling and some light fox-spots. Some offsetting from plates as the original lacked plate-guards. Samuel Ireland was a notable engraver and famously the victim of the Shakespeare forgeries of his son, W. H. Ireland. Overall a very attractive copy.

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      1800. Good. (VIRGIL). Publius Virgilius Maro. BUCOLICA, GEORGICA, ET AENEIS. Londini: A. Dulau, 1800. Printed by T. Bensley, London. Illus. Two volumes: [iv], 246; [iv], 276pp. Royal 8vo., full morocco, marbled endpapers, all edges marbled. The text is taken from that of the Didot folio edition, published at Paris in 1798. Illustrated with fifteen engravings by Bartolozzi, James Fittler, J. Neagle, and Sharp, after Gerard and Girodet. There is one plate in each book of the Aeneis, one in the Bucolica, and two in the Georgica. The impressions are good and the plates are clean. Two leaves in volume I (pp. 241-244) have closed tears to the top corner, not affecting text. Ink ownership to half-titles. Both volumes have been skillfully rebacked in maroon leather, which matches the original leather covers, and have replacement endpapers. Covers are diced with a gilt single-fillet outer boarder and a single-rule gilt panel with ornamental scalloped corners; the board edges are gilt- stamped with leaves and flowers. The covers show some rubbed spots and wear to extremities. The spines are in six compartments with two lettering pieces and ornamental tooling in the rest. This is an elegant edition and an attractive set. (Brunet; Lowndes).

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        The Oblique-Leaved Begonia

      London: July 1st., 1800. Hand-coloured and colour-printed aquatint, stipple and line engraving by Caldwell. 22 x 16 9/16 inches. The most strikingly beautiful flower plates ever to be printed in England. "Begonias as we see them in glasshouse and garden today are a modern development unknown in Thornton's time, when a few species had been introduced to Europe. The particular species he chose for this picture, Begonia nitidia [Dryander], had not long been brought in from Jamaica by Sir Joseph Banks. Regarded as a fine plant then, there was as yet no hint of the important part it was to play one hundred years later in the breeding of the modern small-flowered bedding begonias, Begonis semperflorens. Historically, this picture is of interest as showing a basic species almost at the time it was originally introduced. It is itself an attractive plant with a smooth shiny stem and large glossy green leaves. The way its parts shine, reflecting what light there is, is such an outstanding characteristic of the plant that it provided part of its botanical name: the epithet nitidia means `shining'. That characteristic was superbly captured by the painter Philip Reinagle... and skilfully reproduced by the engraver Caldwell... It is one of Thornton's most attractive and beautiful plates." (Ronald King. The Temple of Flora by Robert Thornton. 1981, p.76). Thornton's Temple of Flora is the greatest English colour-plate flower book. "...[Thornton] inherited a competent fortune and trained as a doctor. He appears to have had considerable success in practice and was appointed both physician to the Marylebone Dispensary and lecturer in medical botany at Guy's and St. Thomas's hospitals. But quite early in his career he embarked on his... great work. What Redouté produced under the patronage of L'Héritier, Marie Antoinette, the Empress Josephine, Charles X and the Duchesse de Berry, Thornton set out to do alone... Numerous important artists were engaged... twenty-eight paintings of flowers commissioned from Abraham Pether, known as `Moonlight Pether', Philip Reinagle, ... Sydenham Edwards, and Peter Henderson... The result... involved Thornton in desperate financial straits.... In an attempt to extricate himself he organized the Royal Botanic Lottery, under the patronage of the Prince Regent... it is easy to raise one's eyebrows at Thornton's unworldly and injudicious approach to publishing... But he produced... one of the loveliest books in the world" (Alan Thomas Great Books and Book Collecting, pp.142-144). Single state (with minor variations) of this plate from the Temple of Flora. "A very fine plate... with the begonias actually all printed in colour in the early impressions... Minor variations in state only. The mountains which start in pure aquatint are later strengthened with oblique lines, while the horizon is sharper. Later still, the large white cloud at the top right became reduced in size from 1-1 ½ inches to less than ½ inch.. [however, the cloud resumed it former size in the latest impressions.] " (Handasyde Buchanan. Thornton's Temple of Flora, 1951, p.17).

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        The Dyer's Assistant in the Art of Dying Wool and Woollen Goods. [bound with] DELORMOIS [also DE LORMOIS], M. Suite Du Nouveau Teinturier Parfait, ou L'Art De Faire L'Indienne...

      London & York 1800 and Liege: F.J. Desoer 1773. . Two volumes in one, 12mo, 256, xvi, 84, viii pp, ink stamp to title and one stain to a preliminary leaf of the first work, half title of second work soiled, rebound in recent half calf over contemporary marbled boards, spine with period gilt decoration and red label. Haigh was a dyer in Leeds, and the first edition of his work appeared there in 1778. Several editions followed including this one, all are scarce. Wellcome III p547 lists 4 editions of De Lormois' work between 1767 and 1786. This edition not located.

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        The Novels of Victor Hugo: Les Miserables Part One, Volume II (Profusely Illustrated with Elegant Wood Engravings)

      Peter Fenelon Collier Publisher. Hardcover. Rare! no print or copyright date. Circa mid to Late 1800's. Peter Fenelon Collier Publisher., 447 pages. (Quarter Leather and Burgundy Cloth Boards with Beautiful marbled endpapers and marbles edges of page blocks) Very Good Condition. no dust jacket, light edge/cover wear, Text is Clean and Unmarked! Binding is Tight! Next day Shipping with tracking! The Novels of Victor Hugo: Les Miserables Part One, Volume II (Profusely Illustrated with Elegant Wood Engravings) by Victor Hugo. Highly Collectible! Biblio . Very Good. 1000. 1000 Edition.

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        Tagebuch einer Reise durch die östliche, südliche und italienische Schweiz. Ausgearbeitet in den Jahren 1798 und 1799

      Kopenhagen, Brummer 1800. 19 cm. (8), 540 Seiten mit 3 Kupfertafeln von J. A. Darnstedt. Grüner Halbmaroquin-Band mit Rückenschild und und Rückenvergoldung. - Goed. V, 431, 7, 5 - Engelmann, Geogr. 923 - Griep / Pelz 117 - Erstausgabe. "Die Autorin reist mit ihren Kindern und schildert hauptsächlich ihre Begegnungen mit bedeutenden Persönlichkeiten und romantisch-schwärmerische Natureindrücke. Die Helvetische Revolution animiert sie zu Vergleichen mit dem vorherigen (ihrer Meinung nach bessern) Zustand der Schweiz und einer Fülle von konservativen Revolutionsmetaphern" (Griep / Pelz). Die Tafeln mit Ansichten: Wallenstädter See, Seebucht nach Flüele mit Tellsplatte, Lago Maggiore. - Schönes Exemplar in zeitgen. Erhaltung, auf stärkerem grünlichem Papier gedruckt. -

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        Zimao, The African. Translated by the Rev. Weeden Butler, M.A., of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge

      London: Vernor and Hood, 1800. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Printed for Vernor and Hood by S. Rousseau, 1800. First edition. [i-v], vi-x, 105,[1]pp.,+ [2]pp. ads. ESTC: 2/1 (BL, Bodleian, and NY Public Library). ESTC attributes the book to the Rev. Weeden Butler the elder [1742-1823] (the author's father), and notes "this appears not to be a translation". Two subsequent editions appeared: Dublin, 1800; and a "corrected and enlarged" second edition, 1807. §Published in the guise of a translation from a contemporary account by the invalid friend of a kindly slave-owner (the supposed translation is problematic: the narrator is clearly either British or American, as was the "translator"). The story is set around a Jamaican slave revolt, part of it in the words of Zimao, the leader of the uprising, tracing his history from his upbringing, through his capture, to the present day. A 32 page appendix follows "consisting of extracts from the evidence delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, when that subject [the slave trade] was under the consideration of Parliament" [Monthly Review, Sept. 1800], that leaves no doubt as to the author's humanitarian motive. The book sets its stall at the outset, with this radical dedication: "To a Lady [possibly Mrs. Fitzherbert] eminent for her private qualities and her public station... The truly illustrious personage whose favour you enjoy, patronizes the sale of his fellow-mortals... His royal heart is kind and generous. Too long, however, has his royal ear been open to rich and crafty individuals, hackneyed in the traffic: to men, whose whole fortunes are exhaled from the holds of slaughter-houses, and whose avarice is drenched and glutted with blood-potations." §A significant, quite early, and extremely rare anti-slavery narrative. A very good copy, lately neatly rebound in quarter-calf, contrasting label, marbled boards. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: This item will require special carriage arrangements - please contact us directly via e-mail or telephone for further details and to order**).

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        The Holy Bible the Old Testament Embellished with Engravings from Pictures and Designs by the most Eminent English Artists [with:] the New Testament - [and the Apocrypha

      London: Printed for Thomas Macklin by Thomas Bensley; and Cadell and Davies by Bensley [Apocryha], 1800; and 1816 [Apocrypha]. (BIBLE, ENGLISH) 7 vols., Folio (464 x 368 mm). 71 plates after Reynolds, Stothard, West, and others, numerous engraved head- and tailpieces. Full contemporary English red straight-grained morocco, with wide gilt borders, richlly gilt spines with raised bands, lettered in two compartments, a.e.g., frequent light shadow of offset from plates to text, frequent spotting to plates, but mostly in margins and on tissue guards. Overall, a beautiful set. Herbert 1442; Updike II, 121-22 and 188 . In 1789, Thomas Macklin, the London print and picture dealer, announced his plans for publication by subscription of an edition of the Bible to promote "the glory of the English school" of painting and engraving and "the interest of our Holy Religion." For the edition, a new type was cast, a special milling of fine paper ordered, and Macklin set about commissioning the paintings, as well as their rendering as engravings. The artists involved in the project included Jacques de Louthenbourg, Hugh Douglas Hamilton, John Opie, Richard Cosway, Benjamin West, Richard Westall, with additional contributions by Fuseli, Kauffmann, Reynolds, and Stothard. Slightly over seven hundred subscribers rose to the occasion, including among them the King, the Queen and the Prince of Wales. Macklin died in October of 1800, just five days after the completion of the last engraving, and the subsequent edition of the Apocrypha, emulating both the format and style of the Old and New Testaments, was published in 1816 by Cadell and Davies. "The Macklin Bible endures as the most ambitious edition produced in Britain, often pirated but never rivalled" (DNB)

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        Oiseaux dorés ou à reflets métalliques

      Paris: Crapelet for Desray, [1800-]1802. 2 volumes, folio. (20 x 13 inches). Half-titles, section titles, 2pp. list of subscribers. 190 fine engraved plates, printed in colours, by and after Audebert, printed by Langlois (all with the plate captions printed in gold, most with gold highlights to the birds, 1 plate double-page). Contemporary diced russia, expertly rebacked to style, spines in seven compartments with raised bands, black morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment, red morocco in the fourth, the others with elegant repeat neo-classical design, gilt turn-ins. First edition, deluxe folio issue with the plate captions printed in gold: limited to 200 copies. A fine copy of "one of the most beautiful books of its era" ('Fine Bird Books) and the best early work on humming-birds, jacamars, promerops, tree-creepers and birds-of- paradise. The "colours of the birds and their handsome appearance have evidently been the cause of their selection for inclusion in the book. The plates ... are in beautiful colours ... [and] are among the best colour prints found in ornithology" (Anker). They were etched by Audebert from his own designs and those of the "very best painters of Paris and London." He received help with colouring from Louis Bouquet and with the printing in oil-colours from Langlois. The exact method used in the printing of the plates was of Audebert's own invention and involved the extensive use of gold for both the captions and the highlights. As Fine Bird Books points out, it is these "gold reflections of the plumage that renders this book unique and wonderful." The plates include three plates of details, 19 of Colibris; 50 of Oiseaux-Mouches; 6 Jacamars; 9 Pomerops; 88 Grimpereaux and 15 Oiseaux de Paradis. The text is largely by Vieillot who saw the work through to completion using Audebert's notes following the latter's death in 1800. Anker 14; BM (NH) I, p.71; Balis 52; Buchanan Nature into Art 105; Cottrell 19; Ellis/Mengel 93; Fine Bird Books (1990) p.73; Nissen IVB 47; Ronsil 103; Zimmer 17.

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        THE NORTH-COUNTRY ANGLER; or, the Art of Angling as practiced in the Northern Counties of England

      Leeds, printed by Thomas Gill for John Smith, and sold by F. & C. Rivington and others, 1800.. Third edition, 1800. 8vo, 170 x 100 mm, 6¾ x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece by C. Livesy after W. Wade, pages iv, 87, rebound nicely in quarter calf, marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, 2 raised bands to spine, gilt rules and lettering, new endpapers. A little water-colour has been applied at some time to the fins on the frontispiece, slight offsetting from frontispiece onto title page, a little brown spotting to fore-edge of title page, also slightly affecting following 3 pages, minute nick to lower edge of title page, tiny closed tear to lower edge of frontispiece, pages slightly age-toned, 2 small pale brown stains affecting 4 pages, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. First published in 1786, It includes chapters on rods, lines, landing nets, trout, salmon, fly-fishing and fly-dressing, angling at night, and flood-fishing. Westwood, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, page 13. (Westwood does not mention the engraved frontispiece). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Faunae Suecicae a Carolo à Linné Equ. inchoatae pars prima sistens Mammalia, Aves, Amphibia et Pisces Sueciae quam recognovit, emendavit et auxit Andreas Joannes Retzius (..) Cum tabula aeri incisa.

      Lipsiae. Apud Siegfried Lebrecht Crusium. MDCCC 8.o. X pp. + 362 pp. + 1 engraved hand coloured plate + 5 pp. contemporary or near contemporary handwritten index, never completed. (The 10 pp. advertisment is not present). The plate is placed on an extension paper at the end of the book. Contemporary half calf. Title label with gilt title at the spine. Gilt bands and rectangles at the spine. Marbled boards. A small loss (ca. 2 mm.) at the top of the spine. A little rubbing and a couple of scratches to the boards. Worn board edges and joints. Most of the back joint cracked. Small chiping to the title label. An ink spot covering the "u" in "Suecicae" at the title. A little smudging to the title and a couple of more leaves.The white at the bellies of the birds have oxidated into brown, as frequently is the case. Folds to the outer and inner margins of the plate. The inner fold touching 2 mm. of the image. A nice copy.. The present edition of Linné´s Fauna Suecicae - published by Retzius - comprise of vertebrates only. It was published by the very energetic professor Retzius at the University of Lund in southern Sweden. He specialized in several subjects, one of them natural history. The plate depicts Fringilla Flavirostris and Fringilla Lulensis. Engraved by Gapieux in 1800. The book was published in Leipzig in 1800. Scarce

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        Raccolta di testi manoscritti. livorno, pistoia, pisa, siena, 1800-1852.

      Biblioteca Fisica o Memorie di Fisica, Chimica e Storia Naturale compendiate, tradotte o copiate... Firenze e Livorno, 1800-1824. Ventidue volumi di cm. 21, pp. 10.000 ca. complessive. Sono presenti 21 volumi di testo (su 22, manca il numero III) + un volume finale che riporta l'indice metodico delle Memorie comprese nei 22 volumi. Insieme a: Zibaldone... in supplemento ai di lui repertori. Livorno, Pistoia, Pisa, Siena, 1817-1842. Ventiquattro volumi di cm. 21, pp. 14.426 complessive. Un centinaio di tavole manoscritte e/o disegnate fuori testo (anche a colori). Insieme a: Biblioteca filologica ovvero memoria di varj autori concernenti la letteratura, la storia e la filosofia, copiate, tradotte o compendiate... Quattro volumi manoscritti di cm. 21,5, pp. 402; 286; 529 (1); 376. Insieme a: Miscellanee Scientifiche e Letterarie in Supplemento ai Repertorj ed allo Zibaldone... Siena, 1841-1852. Sette volumi di cm. 31, pp. 5312 complessive. Insieme a: Repertorio I° (e Repertorio II°). Firenze, 1804-1824. Due volumi di cm. 32, pp. 1592 complessive. COMPLESSIVAMENTE 57 VOLUMI legati in cartonato alla rustica ed in mezza pergamena con punte e piatti con carta marmorizzata, titoli e numerazioni manoscritte al dorso. I volumi, INTERAMENTE MANOSCRITTI, si presentano freschi, genuini, in barbe, con ottima carta, complessivamente molto ben conservati e con grafia sempre molto leggibile. Alla preliminare del primo volume dello Zibaldone vi è un avvertimento datato 10 settembre 1817 in cui l'autore spiega la nascita di questo Zibaldone e promette un indice. In una nota a fondo pagina, avverte invece che l'indice non vi sarà, rimandando per questo ai due volumi di indici dei suoi repertori scientifici e letterari. Per i quattro volumi della biblioteca filologica, invece, troviamo un indice al primo volume. Francesco Pistolesi fu primo nonché perpetuo segretario dell'Accademia Labronica i cui statuti di fondazione furono sottoposti a Ferdinando III da Giuseppe Vivoli nel 1816. Assieme a Pietro Parenti, primo presidente, l'impegno fu quello di una biblioteca sempre più ricca, che attorno alla metà del secolo venne poi donata al comune di Livorno. Lo zibaldone consiste interamente di materiali trascritti (ed anche tradotti) da giornali, riviste, gazzette, pubblicazioni scientifiche dalle provenienze più disparate, in lingua italiana e francese, di argomenti prevalentemente naturalistici, con una preferenza per ciò che riguarda la geologia, la meteorologia, i terremoti, i vulcani, i mari.

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        Titan. 4 Tle. (Und:) Komischer Anhang zum Titan. 2 Tle. Zus. 6 Tle. in 3 Bänden

      Berlin, Matzdorff, 1800 - 1803.. Mit 4 gest. Titelblättern. Grüne Pappbde. d. Zt. mit rotem Rückenschild.

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        Systeme des Connaissances Chimiques, et de leurs applications aux phénomènes de la nature et de l'art

      Paris, An IX-X, 1800-01.. First Octavo Edition, published simultaneously with an edition in quarto format. Contemporary vellum, gilt lettered spine-labels, 10 volumes in 5. With the stamped signatures of Fourcroy and the publisher on verso of titles for authentication purposes, and the publisher's voucher for the separately published index tipped in Volume I. Institutional stamps on titles, generally very clean. Fourcroy's magnum opus.

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        [preses]. Nova analysis aquarum Medeviensium.

      A.a. Uppsala, J. F. Edman, (1800). 4:o. 15 s. Tagen ur band och insatt i modernt gråpappersomslag.. Holmberg Bibliografi över J. J. Berzelius 1800:1. Marklin Catalogus disputationum 4. Berzelius debut! Denne hade under sommaren 1800 varit medhjälpare till Sven Hedin som var läkare vid Medevi brunn

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        Mappemonde ? l'usage de l'instr.on (instruction). Par Guillame Delisle et Philippe Buache. Premiers G?ographes (du Roi) et de l'Acad?mie des Sciences. Revue et Augment?e des Nles (nouvells). D?couvertes par D?zauche en 1800.

      Paris, Dezauche, G?ographe, Successeur des De Lisle et Phil. Buache, Rue des Noyers, 1790. Incisione in rame, confini in colore d'epoca, cm 47,5 x 67,7 (alla lastra). Titolo e Autori entro cartiglio svolazzante, in alto, a percorrere la carta nella sua lunghezza. Questa grande carta, tipica della produzione cartografica della Francia di fine secolo, raffigura il mondo diviso nei due emisferi. In un cartiglio posto in bs., al centro, fra la convergenza dei due globi, si legge un Avvertimento che spiega come si siano aggiunte a questo mappamondo le nuove scoperte fatte dal Capitano Cook nei suoi tre differenti viaggi, oltre a quelle fatte, dopo trent'anni, dai pi? celebri viaggiatori sia al sud del Capo di Buona Speranza, sia al nord del Grande Mare, chiamato volgarmente il Mare del Sud. Buon esemplare, con una minima mancanza all'angolo inferiore sinistro, peraltro pulito e a pieni margini.

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      Canterbury London: Canterbury, 1800. First Printing of this Enlarged, Updated Edition. Owned by George Daniel, then Mark Pattison 203 x 121 mm (8 x 4 3/4"). lxxix, [i], 336, 6 pp. Edited by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. Appealing recent brown quarter morocco over linen boards, raised bands, red morocco label. Front flyleaf with ownership inscription of "G. D. / Canonbury"; title page with small, discreet embossed stamp of "Mark Pattison, Lincoln College, Oxon" (see below for both). In exceptionally fine condition inside and out. This is a series of brief biographies of 165 English poets who flourished between the years 1270 and 1603, beginning with Robert of Gloucester and ending with Queen Elizabeth herself. According to DNB, "it includes considered accounts of Shakespeare and Marlowe, a well-written introductory ‘discourse on poets and poetry';, a panegyric on his brother John, and a reticent allusion to his famous uncle," John Milton. Phillips was educated by Milton and later served as his uncle's amenuensis, after the poet's eyesight failed. The editor here, Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges (1762-1837), had a great desire to achieve literary fame, but "he was unhappily led to mistake his delight in reading great works of literature for an evidence of his capacity to produce similar works himself," and his original imaginative works are undistinguished. (DNB) He nevertheless did good service for British literature by producing a number of useful bibliographies, and by seeking out and editing for re-publication both the works of standard authors and rare works which had previously been accessible only to a few wealthy collectors. The provenance here does a great deal to distinguish our copy. Our earlier owner, "G. D. / Canonbury," is surely George Daniel of Canonbury Square, Islington, who amassed one of the most extensive and outstanding collections of dramatic literature, early Shakespeare editions, and Elizabethan ballads. Our other known owner, Mark Pattison (1813-84), was the head of Lincoln College at Oxford University from 1861 and an author and editor of considerable importance. According to DNB, "he had the reputation of being the most learned man in England.

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        Dictionnaire raisonne, universel d'histoire naturelle: Contenant l'histoire des animaux, des vegetaux et des mineraux, et celle des corps celestes, des meteores, et des autres principaux phenomenes de la nature; avec l'histoire des trois regnes, et ... une table concordante des noms latins, ...

      Lyon: Chez Bruyset aine et ce., 1800.. 15 Vols., cont. mottled calf, contrasting labels, a couple of head bands a little chipped.

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        Traduction en vers des Métamorphoses d'Ovide, poëme en quinze livres, avec des commentaires; par F.

      Desaintange. Avec XVI figures. 1-2. Paris, de l'imprimerie de Crapelet, chez Deterville, 1800. 8vo. Engr. front,+ (4),+ xlv,+ (2),+ (blank),+ 406 pp.+ 7 engr. plates; (4),+ 495,+ (2) pp.+ 8 engr. plates. Ink spot on the frontispice. Spotting on pp. 227-232 and 321-322 in second part. Well preserved contemporary red half morocco bindings, richly gilt spines with green labels and yellow edges. Two volumes. From the library of Ericsberg. Cohen de Ricci pp. 773. Very fine copy. Engravings by T. Jourdan after B. Picart

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        (Holland?), 1649.

      12:o. 110 s. Enstaka lager- och småfläckar. Fina marginaler. Fint rött halvmarokängband från mitten av 1800-talet, guldornerad rygg, röda pappärmar med förgylld ram, något blekt rygg. Äldre namnteckning "Recklin"? på titelbladet. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Collijn sp. 778. Se Runeby s. 410ff. Detta är duodesupplagan, som troligen är tryckt i Holland. I Paris trycktes tidigare samma år en upplaga i kvarto. Detta är ett konstitutionellt ställningstagande av Rosenhane mot enväldiga tyranner, personifierade av kardinal Mazarin, vilken Rosenhane i skriften direkt angriper. Rosenhane förfäktar här samma åsiker och synpunkter som han framfört i den svenska debatten, nämligen att makten skulle delas mellan monarken och rådet, dvs högadeln. Diplomaten, riksrådet och hovmannen Schering Rosenhane (1609-63) skickades 1647, efter att ha varit observatör vid fredsförhandlingarna i Münster, som svensk minister till Paris, med uppdrag att skaffa franska subsidier till Sverige. Rosenhane sympatiserade dock med Frondens opposition mot Mazarin, vilket misskrediterade honom hos denne, och efter att ha publicerat denna broschyr, vilken fick mycket uppmärksamhet, blev situationen för Rosenhane omöjlig i Paris och Kristina fick återkalla honom till Sverige. Han skickades dock genast ut på nya uppdrag. Närmast hamnade han som medlare mellan Sverige och ärkestiftet Bremen

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