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        MEMOIRS OF A PEG-TOP. (Price Sixpence.)

      York.Wilson, Spence and Mawman.No date. (circa. 1800). vi, [7] - 94, [2 publishers advertisements] pages. Illustrated with a wood-engraved frontispiece and 27 other cuts throughout. Original Dutch floral boards; early strengthening to spine with blue-green tape. 11.8x9.0cms. Cracking to hinges; rubbing to boards; slight wear to edges of boards with slight loss to corners; inscription to front paste-down; else a very good copy of a scarce edition. This title was first published in the 1780's.

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        Histoire naturelle des singes et des makis.

      Paris Chez Desray An Huitieme 1800 - First edition. 2 volumes in 1, folio (52 x 34.5 cm). 63 copper engraved plates, including 61 printed in colour and finished by hand, contemporary veau blond gilt by Bozerian (signed at foot of spine), flat spine with monkey tools in compartments, all edges gilt, a fine copy. A fine fresh large paper copy in a handsome contemporary binding by Bozerian, of the earliest illustrated monograph on monkeys and Audebert's first original work. Published in 10 parts, the first two in February and July 1798, the remainder between January and October 1799. Audebert (1759-1800), was born at Rochefort. He studied painting and drawing at Paris. The present monograph, which divided the monkeys into six families, was the more impressive for employing a colour-printing process in which all the colours were printed from one plate and oil paint was substituted for gouache. In developing this new technique, his experience as a distinguished miniature painter was probably important. His interest turned to natural history after a meeting in 1789 with Gigot-d'Orex, a rich amateur collector of specimens. When Audebert died at the young age of 41, his reputation as an artist-naturalist was assured both by the present work and the later Oiseaux dorés (Paris, 1800-1802). Brunet I, 550; Nissen ZVB, 156; Wood, p. 206. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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

      circa 1800 - Watercolour and gouache on grey paper edged in black, 59 x 92 cm, titled beneath image, signed lower right, framed. A fine watercolour view of Constantinople taken from Bulgarlu above Scutari, in the foreground two men smoking, another walking past with a donkey, a group of four men looking towards the city, the composition framed by trees. A student of Piranesi, Mayer (1755-1803) was personally employed by Sir Robert Ainslie, British ambassador at Constantinople from 1776-92, to depict views on their travels. A highly talented artist, Mayer was the most accurate delineator of the Near East before David Roberts. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Camelus Dromedarius / Le Dromadaire

      Paris: Printed by Langlois, 1800. 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. 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.

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        La Corveta Atrevida entre Bancas de nieve la Noche del 28, de Enero de 1794, estando en Latitud S. 52º 13' y Longitud 42º 7' Ocidental de Cadiz

      One of the few available works depicting the five-year scientific expedition of Spanish naval officer Allesandro Malaspina. In that exploration Malaspina and Jose de Bustamente commanded two frigates of approximately 118 feet in length, the Descubierta and the Atrevida and departed from Cadiz, Spain on July 30, 1789. The expedition sailed through the Pacific Ocean, exploring and mapping much of the west coast of the Americas from Cape Horn to the Gulf of Alaska, crossing to Guam and the Philippines, and stopped in both New Zealand and Australia. The view shows the corvette Atrevida navigating between icebergs at night. The expedition carried aboard some of Spain's top scientists, as well as at least three artists: Brambila, Jose Guio, and Tomas de Suria. This intaglio plate shows the Atrevida among large ice flows. Map coordinates are based on a Prime Meridian in Cadiz, Spain but the the location is somewhere very near the Malvinas (Falkland Islands), and by the stated date of 1794 we know this was the second-to-last stop of the 62 month voyage. Last known sale of this engraving was in 1992 and no examples of the work are known for sale anywhere. Only two examples are found on the Internet, one at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London.

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        Schweizer Illustrierte Zeitung, XIVII - XXV Jg. 1928 - 1936. [Pro Jahrgang 52 Hefte, jeweils in 1 Bd zus. 9 Bde.].

      2 (37 x 27 cm), je ca. 1800 S., unzähl. s/w-Abb. nach Photographien, zahlreiche interessante Inserate., Privat-HLwd. (min. beschnitten), Durchgehend Falzspurig. Min. gebrauchspurig, einige Bl. mit Einrissen - sehr schöne Exemplare. Interessantes, inhaltlich wie haptisch schwergewichtiges Dokument über die Befindlichkeit der Schweiz und der Welt von 1928 - 1936. Die ganze Vorkriegszeit und die Machtergreifung der Nazis , der Beginn des Spanischen Bürgerkrieges, usw. wird umfangreich beleuchtet.- Die Schweizer Illustrierte wurde 1911 unter dem Namen Schweizer Illustrierte Zeitung (SIZ) gegründet. Seit der Ausgabe Nr. 37 vom 6. September 1965 heisst sie nur noch Schweizer Illustrierte. In den Anfangsjahren waren historische und politische Themen stärker präsent als heute, wo sie eher zur Regenbogenpresse gezählt werden muss.

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        Veduta della probatica piscina nella città di Gerusalemme. (View of the Pool of Bethesda in Jerusalem.)

      c. 1800 - 22 x 30.5 cm. Watercolour and pastel on paper, mounted on cardboard. Framed. Attractive original watercolour which we can safely attribute to Mayer (fl. 1755-1803), the celebrated Italian orientalist who travelled extensively in the Middle East and published popular, nicely illustrated works on Egypt and the Levant. In fine condition. The Pool of Bethesda is located in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem, on the path of the Beth Zeta Valley. The name Bethesda is derived from Hebrew - 'Beit Hesed' meaning 'House of Mercy'. At the time of the Second Jewish Temple the pool was used as a water reservoir and a healing pool.

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        Die Mitternachtstunde, eine komische Oper in 3 Aufzügen. im Klavierauszuge. No. 114. Pr: Fl: 10. [Piano-vocal score]

      Simrock [PN 114], Bonn 1800 - Oblong folio. Modern dark blue cloth-backed marbled boards with red leather title label gilt to upper. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-183, [i] (publisher's catalogue) pp. Engraved. Partially uncut.Binding slightly worn. Occasional soiling, foxing and staining; title and final leaf soiled and torn at margins, not affecting notation; small binder's holes to inner margins. A fresh, wide-margined copy overall. First Edition. Rare. BUC p. 254. CPM Vol. 15 p. 216. RISM D934 (one copy only recorded in North America, at the Boston Public Library). Worldcat (4 copies only, none in North America). OCLC no. 842146753Die Mitternachtstunde was first performed at the Hoftheatre in Munich in April 1788. Loewenberg 458.Danzi studied under Abbe Vogler at the Mannheim School of Music and played the cello in the famous Mannheim Orchestra. He is best-known for his dramatic works, of which his comic opera Die Mitternachtstunde is considered to be one of his most successful. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VIEWS OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS IN LONDON, With an Account of the Curiosities they contain. For the Juvenile; or Child's Library.

      London. John Marshall. No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, Bow-Lane, Cheapside. (1800.). 2 volumes. Volume 1: 72 pages. 10 full-page engraved views. Volume 2: 60 pages. 5 engraved views. Original paper-covered boards with mounted and shaped paper labels to both upper and lower covers. Spines expertly repaired; else excellent examples of these rare little volumes. The Juvenile; or Child's Library, is one of the rarest and most ambitious boxed libraries fashionable at this time. It contained 21 volumes in all. All of the titles could be purchased separately.

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        A NEW AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO ARITHMETIC. For the Juvenile; or, Child's Library.

      London.John Marshall. No date [1800]. 68 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Original green paper-covered boards with mounted shaped labels to both panels. 98 x 80 mm. First edition. Boards a little rubbed; spine expertly repaired; else a fine copy. The Juvenile; or Child's Library was a boxed library issued by John Marshall in 1800. It was comprised of 19 volumes plus a memorandum book, and was housed in wooden box designed to look like a bookcase. However, each of the titles could be purchased individually.

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        QIU YING BI MEI REN: QIU YING BRUSH PAINTING OF BEAUTIFUL WOWOMEN. Japanese Titl

      - [Japan ca. 1800-1810]. Hand scroll, silk brocade cloth, with ribbon tie,ivory clip,painted on fine hand-made crushed mica flecked Washi paper, giving a sparkling effect, very long: 27.5 x 6m.48 cm.,very clean, solid 21 color paintings. RARE! *** *** *** . . . YAMAKAWA'S TRIBUTE PAINTING TO . . . THE FAMOUS MING DYNASTY CHINESE PAINTER . . . CH'IU YING [QIU YING] [1494?-1522] . . . A STUNNING GOUACHE COLOR PAINTED CHINESE SCROLL . * WHO WAS YAMAKAWA SHUHO [SHUUHOO] [1898-1944]: . Was a well known Japanese painter, who specialized in birds and flowers under Ikegami Shuho [Shuuho], and from whom he derived his studio name. He also studied Bijinga [pictures of beautiful women] under Kaburagi Kiyokata. . There is a signature and four red cinnabar Hanko [seals or chops], two of which are small square shaped with Yamakawa's first name "Shu hoh" just left of his signature. Even though there is no last name indicated, these two Hanko match known seals he used. . A large square Hanko left of Yamakawa's seals, partially read: "NO ZO SHOI," meaning "Ex-libris" or a former owner's copy. The fourth seal at the lower right, is a large circle reading SHU-HOH. . There is not date anywhere or indication of a date on the painting. It is more than likely the work was done sometime after circa 1918 when he was twenty years old or older. . *** THE SUBJECT:. We know Yamakawa's appreciation and admiration of Ch'iu Ying is understandable. It would be entirely appropriate for artists to keep and refer to earlier Chinese and Japanese master's works, or even show respect by painting a 'tribute' inspired by an earlier or famous artist of the classic Ming and other dynasties. . The skill of the brush strokes, coloring and delicacy of the lines, the composition follows the Chinese style of earlier dynasties. . The work was expertly executed by a Japanese artist. In scene 18, there is a small note in Katakana, on the screen near the bronze gong, indicating the softness of the color. . Yamakawa admired beautiful ladies and painted them as well as created a large number of stunning color woodblock prints illustrating a variety of Japanese Bijin [beauties]. . *** THE CHINESE MASTER CH'IU YING [QIU YING]: Per the brushed title slip on the exterior of the scroll, and the first brushed name listed at the beginning of the scroll, there are Hanzi [Chinese characters] reading: "CH'IU YING" [QIU YING] the name of the original artist which inspired this Yamakawa artist to produce this tribute. . Continuing with the same brush and writing style below is also the brush-written name at the beginning of the scroll: "Shuuhoo Sei," followed by "Dai Jushi go" ["Number 40"]. The significance is moot, but can be a numbering system of chronological 'tributes' Yamakawa painted. . *** THE FOUR HANKO [Seals or chops]: There are a total of four red cinnabar Hanko found at the beginning of this scroll. There are two small square red cinnabar Hanko at the beginning, just left of the signature reading: "Shu hoh." . *** DATING: According to the kind of silk brocade binding and Washi [hand-made] paper, this painting is from the early part of the 20th century, circa 1908-1912. Most likely painted when Yamakawa was in his early twenties. Other examples of his paintings during this time frame have a similarities. . The work is painted on period Japanese Washi [hand-made] paper, with its distinctive mica-flecks. The use of mica on paper is a very special, seldom used. It takes far above average artistic skill and masterly technique to paint on this kind of specialty paper. In additions, mica-flecked paper is seldom used due its extravagant expense. The results of painting mica-flecked paper is that a subtle 'shimmering' comes through the gouache producing a lovely effect. . *** A NOTE ABOUT "TRIBUTE" PAINTINGS: Yamakawa was a known admirer of earlier Chinese and Japanese dynasty painters. His production of "tribute" paintings in the style of old master artists was a way for him to express hi

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        Gale's Cabinet of Knowledge; or Miscellaneous Recreations: Containing Moral and Philosophical Essays, Propositions, Natural and Metaphysical Maxims, and Observations on Select Subjects of General Utility; with a Series of Easy, Entertaining and Interesting Mechanical, Magnetical and Magical Experiments: Including the Most Celebrated Card Deceptions Ever Exhibited.

      London: J. Wallis, No. 46, Pater-Noster-Row, 1800. pp. xvi, 363. Third edition “with many valuable additions". Modern quarter green morocco with spine in six raised compartments, title stamped in gilt. Text block tight, age-toned as one would expect, otherwise clean. Early ownership signature in old ink on title page. An early and scarce compendium of magic tricks and card deceptions with titles such as "Cards in the Tea Caddies" and "How to Separate the Two Colours of a Pack of Cards by One Cut". Also, other useful instructions regarding a variety of useful topics such as: "How to Hold a Glass Full of Water with the Mouth Down, so that the Water Shall Not Run Out", or "The Cause and Manner of Eclipses" and "Remarkable Properties of Numbers". Toole Scott 309. . Third Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        Der geschloßne Handelsstaat. Ein philosophischer Entwurf als Anhang zur Rechtslehre, und Probe einer künftig zu liefernden Politik.

      Tübingen: J. G. Cotta, 1800 - Octavo (178 x 107 mm). Contemporary blue paper boards, spine hand lettered in black ink. Spine very gently rolled and ends bumped, spine and board edges sunned, some light spotting to contents, small tear to lower edge of sig. H2, an excellent copy. First edition of Fichte's principal work on state intervention in the national economy, considered "the best historical example of implementing Kant's idea of a hypothetical contract in the terrain of modern political economy" (Hunt, p. 170). Fichte was one of the founders of German idealism, and "through his philosophy he has indirectly exercised great influence on economists, his system giving in outline the theory of development worked out by Hegel, and applied by certain of Hegel's followers to economic history and theory" (New Palgrave II, p. 317). OCLC locates only one physical copy in institutional holdings worldwide (Universität Marburg). Goldsmiths' 17957; Kress B.4130; Mattioli 1265. See Istvan Hunt, "Adam Smith's history of law and government as political theory", in Richard Bourke & Raymond Geuss (ed.), Political Judgement: Essays for John Dunn (Cambridge University Press, 2009). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Voyage de Guinée, contenant une description nouvelle & très-exacte de cette côte où l'on trouve & où l'on trafique l'or, les dents d'elephant, & les esclaves: ...Utrecht, Antoine Schouten, 1705. Large 12mo (17 x 10 cm). With an engraved author's portrait, an engraved frontispiece and 27 folding engraved plates. Contemporary marbled boards.

      Gay 2808; Howgego, to 1800, F58; Tiele 174, note. First edition of the French translation of a work on the trade-settlements on the West Coast of Africa. The author, Willem Bosman (b. 1672), was Chief Factor at Fort Elmina for the Dutch West Indian Company. "He stayed on the coast for fourteen years, his Voyage de Guinée ... being regarded as the first authoritative and detailed account of the West Coast of Africa. It is a major source for the Dutch slave trade during second half of the seventeenth century, and provides an interesting picture of international rivalry, current trade, and the wretched and depraved existence of the European factors stationed permanently at the coast" (Howgego). It contains detailed information of areas which were hardly described by other travellers, and remained the most important source for over a century. The book is written in the form of letters to a friend, Dr. D. Havard, living in the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.With library stamp. Some occasional spots and one plate heavily browned, but otherwise in good condition, wholly untrimmed. Binding worn along the extremities and spine discoloured.

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        Ceiling frescoes depicting Aurora and Apollo. A pair.

      circa 1800 - A pair of watercolours on vellum, after the baroque ceiling frescoes by Guido Reni in the Casino dell'Aurora of the Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, one central panel of Aurora, the other of Aurora leading Apollo in his chariot, flanked by celestial nymphs and putti respectively; both surrounded by delicate polychrome panels of grotteschi, gryphons and putti, 51 x 30 cm approx., framed and glazed, overall dimensions 68 x 38 cm., evidence of a little neat restoration to borders. Studies by Bigatti after Guido Reni (1575-1642). Following the success of Reni's frescos for the Farnese Palace, his mythological subjects were much in demand and influenced many later artists. The present examples are copied from ceiling frescos composed around 1614 for what is considered to be his masterpiece, the Casino dell'Aurora at the Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, the Borghese palace in Rome. They were commissioned by its first occupant, the famed art collector Cardinal Scipione Borghese. Aurora now had left her saffron bed, And beams of early light the heav'ns o'erspread, When, from a tow'r, the queen, with wakeful eyes, Saw day point upward from the rosy skies. (Virgil). The watercolours show Apollo in his Chariot preceded by Dawn (Aurora) bringing light to the world; and Aurora in her chariot. Aurora renews herself every morning and flies across the sky, announcing the arrival of the sun. Aurora was associated with sensuality and she appears most often in poetry with one of her mortal lovers. A myth taken from the Greek by Roman poets tells that one of her lovers was the prince of Troy, Tithonus. Tithonus was a mortal, and would therefore age and die. Wanting to be with her lover for all eternity, Aurora asked Jupiter to grant immortality to Tithonus. Jupiter granted her wish, but she failed to ask for eternal youth to accompany his immortality, and he became forever old. Aurora turned him into a grasshopper. Aurora's siblings were her brother, Sol (Sun) and sister, Luna (Moon).

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        A Topographical Description of Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancashire, and a Part of The West Riding of Yorkshire;

      printed by Francis Jollie, and sold by C. Law, and W. Clarke in London,, Carlisle 1800 - Comprehending, First, A General Introductory View. Secondly, A more detailed Account of each County; its Extent, General Appearance, Mountains, Caves, Rivers, Lakes, Canals, Soils, Roads, Minerals, Buildings, Market-Towns, Commerce, Manufactures, Agriculture, Antiquities, and the Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants. Thirdly, A Tour through the most interesting Parts of the District; describing, in a concise and persipicious Manner, such Objects as are best worth the Attention of the curious Traveller and Tourist. Illustrated with Various Maps, Plans, Views, and other Useful Appendages. Hand-coloured folding engraved map of the soils (tear at fold), folding maps of Liverpool and Manchester & Salford (torn without loss), two folding maps of the Lakes, single-page plans of Kendal and Lancaster and six views. First Edition. 8vo. [215 x 134 x 43 mm]. xi, [i], 175, [4], 178-376, 371-386, 393-536, [2] pp. Contemporary binding by A. Weightman of Penrith (with green printed label inside front cover) of tree calf, smooth spine divided into six panels by a gilt chain pallet and double gilt fillets, lettered in the second on a black goatskin label, the others with a large centre tool, the edges of the boards hatched in gilt, plain endleaves, sprinkled edges. With the final leaf of Additions and Errata. ESTC indicates that there was also a final leaf of advertisements, but this is not present. Occasional light foxing and browning, especially around plates, but a very good copy in a handsome binding. Weightman of Penrith (in Cumberland) is listed by Ramsden, Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (outside London) 1780-1840, p.171, with reference to G. D. Hobson, English Bindings in the Library of J. R. Abbey, p.194, and a copy of Bentley's Designs for Six Odes by Grey (1753), bound in russia leather c.1800 by Weightman, with his ticket, for Lowther Castle, and sold at Sotheby's, 27/3/1921, lot 158. The work is addressed to Mrs Howard of Corby. Housman invited corrections for future editions, and seven further editions were published in Carlisle, the last in 1817. Ink signature ("William Lamb"?) dated 1817 on front endleaf and ink stamp of E. Simpson of Austwick, via Lancaster, on title. Bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst.

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        The Works of Robert Burns.

      Liverpool J. M'Creery 1800 - First edition, 4 volumes, 8vo., [4], [i-iii], iv-xxvi, 377pp.; [i-v], vi-xxvi, [xxvii -xxviii], 476pp.; [4], i-xv, 384, Appendix & Glossary 55pp.; [6], i-xxiv, 417pp., engraved portrait frontispiece, postscript leaf at end of volume one, advertisement leaf at end of volume 4, some light foxing, mostly marginal, occasional finger-mark, minor worming to affecting lower outside corner of volume 3, contemporary marbled calf, black and red lettering pieces to spines, a little rubbed at extremities, a few bumped corners, otherwise a very good and noble set. If ever a poet understood the character of his nation, he was Robert Burns. The language he was most fluent in wasn't so much Scots or English – it was the language of the heart. All too human in his personal life, he carried that humanity over onto the page. Nothing was too small or too large to escape his notice, from a mouse in the mud to God in his heavens. A poet for all seasons, Burns speaks to all. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Kupferstich- Karte, v. P.F. Tardieu n. Andre, "Carte de L Isle de Cuba et des Isles Lucayes".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1800, 32,5 x 42,5 Unten links der Titel. Zeigt Kuba mit der Inselgruppe der Bahamas. Im Norden noch Florida.

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        Casino. Progetto di un casino che il Signor Conte Bagnasco di Carpenato intende errigere sulla vetta di un suo podere vignato suI territorio, e presso l’abitato di Valperga

      Italy 1800 - VALPERGA (near Turin). Casino. Progetto di un casino che il Signor Conte Bagnasco di Carpenato intende errigere sulla vetta di un suo podere vignato suI territorio, e presso l’abitato di Valperga. Design for a casino or small garden house, showing two floor plans, a cross-section of the whole and a shaded watercolour of the completed project. Each drawing is labelled in Italian, and full directions are written neatly at top nght: Partially coloured architectural drawing, overall size 465 x 625mm. Piedmont c.1800. Neatly mounted on mulberry paper. The attractive casino of classical proportions is to have four symmetrical sides built of brick, a ground and first floor each with eight rooms around an octagonal stairwell leading to the belvedere. Three windows at each level open onto the surrounding landscape. Casinos in Italy were built from the early 16th century principally as ornamental pavilions. The Valperga casino was also intended for guests visiting the farm. Light traces of marginal waterstaining.

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        i? ?? ???????????????? ????? ??????????? ??????? ???????????? ? 8-? ????, ???????? ??? ??????? ?????????? ???????, ???????? ????? ? ?????? ??????-???????? ???????-???????. [The Book Containing Drawings of the Artillery Arms Used Nowadays].

      Vtoroy Kadetskiy Korpus Skt. Peterburg 1800 - Large landscape folio (50 x 65.5 cm). Title, [3], 95 watercolours, each signed in ink. Binding: contemporary red morocco by Reeb, St. Petersburg, large green morocco label with gilt lettering to upper cover, gilt border to boards, flat spine richly tooled in gold; slightly rubbed, corners a bit bumped. Kept in a modern red morocco-backed box with transparent upper cover. ??????? ??????? ?????????? ??????? (50 x 65.5 c?). ?????, [3], 95 ?????????, ?????? ? ???????? ????????? ????????: ??????? ??????? ???? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????-??????????, ??????? ???????? ?? ???????? ???????? ? ??????? ????????? ?? ??????? ??????, ????????? ????? ?? ???????, ??????? ??????? ?????????????? ???????; ???????? ?????? ?????? ???????? ? ??????????? ??????? ?? ???????? ???????? ? ?????????? ??????? ??????? A unique album of historical importance, entirely in manuscript, in a signed Russian presentation binding. Of exceptional dimensions and in fresh condition, from the library of Tsar Alexander II. On 10 March 1800, the very year when the album was executed, the Artillery and Engineering Gentry Cadet Corps (Artilleriyskiy i Inzhenerniy Shliakhetskiy Korpus) was renamed into the Second Cadet Corps by the order of Tsar Paul I. It is therefore highly probable, considering its importance and quality, that the present work was presented by the cadets to the Tsar. It contains 95 charts of artillery arms, mainly canons and related equipment, skillfully executed in watercolours and signed by the Cadets, each page bearing a different signature. The arms drawn in detail are apparently of the standard of the year 1797 developed for the Gatchina artillery troops, which were under the direct command of Paul I. This emphasizes the historical importance of the present drawings in the military history of the Russian Empire, since "even the State Archive of the Military and Historical Museum of Artillery in St. Petersburg doesn't have charts of the arms of the 1797 standard" (PhD thesis by Yurkevich E.I., 2003, p.22). Our research could also bring to light another, similar album, kept in the Manuscripts department of the National Library of Russia (No139). Their version however differs from ours not only by the quantity of drawings (124 in the NLR), but also by the date - one year later, 1801 - and very interestingly by the Tsar's monogram on the title page: the NLR album shows the initials of the new Tsar, Alexander I, just enthroned after the assassination of his father Paul in March 1801. Perhaps the gift to Paul needed to be updated and adapted to the new ruler? _______________________________ ?????????? ?????? ?????????????? ???????????? ????????, ?????????? ??????????? ?? ???? ???????, ? ???????????? ?????????? ????????? ????? ??????? ?????? ? ?????????? ???????????; ?????????? ?? ??????? ?????????? ?????????? II. 10 ????? 1800-?? ????, ? ??? ???????????? ?? ????????? ????? ????? ???????, ?????????????? ? ?????????? ?????????? ?????? ?????? ????? I ??? ???????????? ?? ?????? ????????? ?????? ???????? ?? ???????? ?????????????? ? ????????? ?????????? ??????? ???????, ????? ? ??????????? ????? ??????????? ??????????, ??? ?? ??? ??????????? ???????? ??????? ??????? ????????? ???? ????? I, ???????, ??? ????????, ???????? ???????? ??????? ? ???????? ???? ?????? ???????? 95 ???????? ?????????????? ??????, ? ???????? ????? ? ????????????? ????????????, ????? ??????????? ????????? ? ???????????? ???????? ?????? ?????? ???????? ????? ?? ???????, ??? ??? ??? ??????? ???????? ??????, ???????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ????? ????????? ? ??????? 1797 ????, ??????? ??? ?????????? ?????????? ??? ?????????? ?????, ???????????? ? ?????? ?????????? ????? I. ???? ???? ??????? ???????? ???????????? ???????? ??????? ??????????? ???????, ??? ??? «???? ? ????????? ???????????????? ?????? ??????-????????????? ????? ?????????? ? ?????-?????????? ??? ???????? ?????? ??????? 1797 ????» (??????????? ?? ????????? ??????? ????????? ???????????? ???? ?.? ????????, 2003 ?., ??? 22). ? ? [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brehms Tierleben. Allgemeine Kunde des Tierreichs. Unter Mitwirkung von Dr. Wilh. Haacke neubearbeitet von Professor Dr. Pechuel-Loesche. [10 Bde. komplett, aber ohne Register].

      4, ca. 7000 S., ca. 1800 Abb. (tlw. a. chromolithogr. Taf.) u. 9 farb. Kart., OHLdr m. goldgepr. Rücken., Rücken tlw. etw. aufgehellt, u. tlw. etw. fleckig, Papier gebräunt, selten etw. stock- u. fingerfleckig allg. gutes Ex. 3., neubearbeitete. Aufl. Enth.: Bde. 1 - 3: Säugetiere Bd. 4 - 6: Vögel Bd. 7: Kriechtiere und Lurche Bd. 8: Fische Bd. 9: Insekten, Tausendfüßer und Spinnen Bd. 10: Niedere Tiere.

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        An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolae Vaccinae (.) a Disease discovered in some of the Western counties of England, particularly Gloucestershire, and known by the name of the Cow Pox. [WITH] Report of the Royal College of Physicians of London, on Vaccination.

      London For the author by Sampson Low & 1808 1800 - Quarto, I. 3 parts in 1., viii, 182, [ii] pp., four hand-coloured engraved plates; tear to upper margin B3, a large uncut copy. II., 13pp., and printed wrapper sheet, one line slightly trimmed. Together in later 19th century half calf. I. Second edition of Jenner's classic work on smallpox vaccination (first published 1798), the first to include the Further observations (first 1799) and the Continuation (also issued separately in 1800). The discovery and application of vaccination with cow-pox lymph to prevent smallpox "was one of the greatest practical advances in preventative medicine" (PMM). II. Only edition, rare and important. Although Jenner had petitioned Parliament in 1802 for recognition of his services, as a result of which he was granted £10,000, the government and medical community were still divided on the virtues of vaccination. As a consequence, in 1806, Parliament instructed the Royal College of Physicians to examine the evidence on vaccination. Their findings were published in the Report as a result of which Jenner was awarded a further £20,000 and the National Vaccine Establishment was founded. "Although the profession and Parliament had been practically committed to vaccination at the time of Jenner's petition (1802), this was the first instance of the establishment and endowment of the practice . " (W. S. Tebb). The Report thus not only bestowed on Jenner full recognition for his contribution to preventative medicine, but initiated the establishment of vaccination as a national policy in Great Britain. I. See Garrison-Morton 5423; Lefanu 21; PMM 250.

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        CH'IU YING: TRIBUTE PAINTINGS OF BEAUTIFUL CHINESE WOMEN, AFTER MASTER CH'IU YIN

      - [Japan ca. 1800-1810]. Hand scroll, silk brocade cloth, with ribbon tie,ivory clip,painted on fine hand-made crushed mica flecked Washi paper, giving a sparkling effect, very long: 27.5 x 6m.48 cm.,very clean, solid 21 color paintings. RARE! *** *** *** . . . YAMAKAWA'S TRIBUTE PAINTING TO . . . THE FAMOUS MING DYNASTY CHINESE PAINTER . . . CH'IU YING [QIU YING] [1494?-1522] . . . A STUNNING GOUACHE COLOR PAINTED CHINESE SCROLL . * There is a signature and four red cinnabar Hanko [seals or chops] with "Shuuho" [Shuho] at the beginning of the scroll. . There is no indication of the artist's last name. There are two likely possibilities: . a. The work was painted by Yamakawa Shuuhoh, and bears three of his seals. . b. The work was the property of Yamakawa Shuuhoh, therefore it bears his seals. . We do know Yamakawa admired beautiful ladies and painted them as well as created several stunning color woodblock printed examples. . * ARTIST LISTING IN ROBERTS: There are two artists listed in Roberts with the same Kanji first name "Shuuhoh:" top of p.154, is Ishida Shuuhoh, flourished 19th century, born in Omi province, pupil of Shirai Kayo. . Yamakawa Shuuhoh [1898-1944] cited on p.195, as Yamakawa Yoshio, using the "Go" [studio name] Shuuhoh. He was born in Kyoto, pupil of Kaburagi Kiyokata and Ikegami Shuuho. He showed with the Teiten. . Both artists used the identical Kanji for their first names i.e. Shuuhoh. Their dates differ just a bit. After careful research we could not find another single artist with the exact Kanji name, or plausible dates. . It is more than likely the work of Yamakawa because there are so many of his Hanko, by the signature. By and large collectors did not put their Hanko near the artist's name, but in other places or at the end of a scroll. Hanko in the beginning were mostly limited to the artist and his alternate Hanko. The presence of one unread Hanko to the left of all others may just be a previous collector's Hanko. . Of course Yamakawa's several Hanko can also mean Yamakawa bought this for his private collection and reference, pressing his Hanko in ownership provenance This is the least likely scenario because it is signed "Shuuhoh" which is his name ! It is more than likely the work was done sometime after circa 1918 when he was twenty years old or older. . *** We do know Yamakawa's appreciation and admiration of Ch'iu Ying is understandable. It would be entirely appropriate for artists to keep and refer to earlier Chinese and Japanese master's works, or even show respect by painting a 'tribute' inspired by an earlier or famous artist of the classic Ming and other dynasties. . The skill of the brush strokes, coloring and delicacy of the lines, the composition follows the Chinese style of earlier dynasties. . The work was expertly executed by a Japanese artist. In scene 18, there is a small note in Katakana, on the screen near the bronze gong, indicating the softness of the color. . *** ORIGINAL WORK BY THE CHINESE MASTER CH'IU YING [QIU YING]: . BRUSHED NAMES: Per the brushed title slip on the exterior of the scroll, and the first brushed name listed at the beginning of the scroll, we find the Hanzi [Chinese characters] for "CH'IU YING" [QIU YING] the name of the original artist which inspired this Japanese artist to produce his tribute of Qiu Ying. . Continuing with the same brush and writing style below is also the brush-written name at the beginning of the scroll: "Shuuhoo Sei," followed by "Dai Jushi go" ["Number 40"]. The significance is moot, but can be a numbering system of chronological 'tributes' Yamakawa made. Please see images posted to our website: spine.jpg and title.jpg for more details on the signature and Hanko. . *** THE HANKO [Seals or chops]: There are a total of four red cinnabar Hanko found at the beginning of this scroll. There are two small square red cinnabar Hanko at the left of the name "Shuuhoo." . Below them, is yet another and larger round Hanko, with two characters stam

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        Vue de Constantinople, Prise de la Mer de Marmara.

      Paris circa -1810 1800 - Fine hand-coloured engraving by Schwartz after Cassas, mounted on card. Dimensions: 86.4 by 62.4cm. Framed and glazed, 100.5 x 76cm. A fine view of Constantinople by one of the leading topographical artists of the day. Louis-François Cassas studied under artists from opposite ends of the eighteenth century artistic spectrum, including Joseph-Marie Vien, a Neoclassical painter, and Rococo painters such as Jean-Baptiste Le Prince. In 1778 Cassas went to Italy, visiting and sketching Rome,Venice, Naples, and Sicily. In 1784 Cassas accompanied the Comte de Choiseul-Gouffier (1752-1817) to Constantinople, where the latter had been appointed ambassador.

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        Memoires secrets sur la Russie, et particalierement sur la fin de règne de Catherine II et le commencement de celui de Paul I, 3 delen [ van 4] Amsterdam 1800-1802 355+295+444 pag. Gebonden in drie fraaie halfleren banden. Geïllustreerd met portret van Paul I. Mist deel 4 ( Amsterdam 1803).

      Memoires secrets sur la Russie, et particalierement sur la fin de règne de Catherine II et le commencement de celui de Paul I, 3 delen [ van 4] Amsterdam 1800-1802 355+295+444 pag. Gebonden in drie fraaie halfleren banden. Geïllustreerd met portret van Paul I. Mist deel 4 ( Amsterdam 1803).

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        Petersbourg

      Paris Bance 1800 - "Petersbourg. Vue des bords de la Neva en descendant la riviere". Orig. old coloured aquatint by L. le Coeur. Published in Paris by Bance, ca. 1800. With many ships in the foreground and fr. title under the picture. 22,5:33,5 cm (9 x 13 1/4 inch.). A view of Neva embankments with Winter Palace, Admiralty building etc.

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        Tableaux synoptiques de chimie, Pour servir de résumé aux leçons données sur cette science dans les écoles de Paris.

      - Paris, Baudouin, An VIII [1800]. In-folio (40 x 29,5 cm), cartonnage d'attente marbré (papier frotté), 11 p., 12 tableaux dépliants tirés sur papier fort, exemplaire non rogné. Edition originale de la première oeuvre visant à synthétiser l’ensemble des connaissances chimiques sous forme de tableaux, que l’auteur conçut pour être affiché à l’occasion des leçons de chimie qu’il professa à l’école polytechnique et l’école de médecine de Paris. Artisan aux côtés de Lavoisier de la découverte de la chimie moderne, co-auteur avec Lavoisier, Morveau et Berthollet de la nouvelle nomenclature chimique (1787), infatigable promoteur de la diffusion des nouvelles connaissances, Fourcroy avait composé ces tableaux, selon sa propre annonce, pour fournir "la table synoptique de mon ‘Système général des connaissances chimiques’, actuellement sous presse, et qui contient la science dans tous ses détails" (p. 7). Le livre est qualifié de "très rare" par Duveen: "A very scarce work; probably due to the fact that the tables were frequently torn out to be stuck on the walls of lecture theatres" (Duveen). (Bolton p. 5. DSB, V, p. 89-93. Duveen, p.226. Ferguson, I, 287). Modeste reliure d’attente. Intérieur en parfait état de conservation, imprimé sur papier fort, entièrement non rogné. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abstract of the rules & regulations by which Hutchesones' Hospital is governed, in conformity to the original mortifications, or to the bye-laws, or established usage of the patrons. To which is added, the history of the said hospital, and an appendix, containing the principal papers relative thereto.

      Glasgow printed in the Courier Office by W. Reid & Co 1800 - 8vo., 77 + (1) + xvi + (1)pp.* wanting the errata leaf, contemporary maroon half morocco over marbled boards, spine lettered gilt with raised bands, top edge gilt, some wear to the binding else a very good sound copy. First edition: apparently very rare. (ESTC locates copies at only 4 libraries: BL + NLS + Glasgow + Toronto). Although Hutchesone's Hospital was a 17th century philanthropic foundation, the original building had been demolished in the 1790s. A new building was then constructed between 1802 and 1805 to a design by the young Scottish architect David Hamilton. The original hospital building had been located in Trongate but, on its demolition in 1795, the patrons of the hospital purchased new grounds on Ingram Street. The new building, opened in 1805, was planned to accommodate offices and meeting rooms for the hospital patrons as well as school rooms, but just five years later the school became overcrowded and a new purpose built school was constructed next door. * This collation corresponds exactly with that of the copy in the National Library of Scotland, i.e. the plate referred to in the BL copy is not called for. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AN ATLAS TO GUTHRIE'S GEOGRAPHICAL GRAMMAR

      G.G. & J. Robinson, and J. Mawman [successor to Mr. Dilly], London 1800 - Complete with all 25 double-page copper-engraved maps, 2 foldout maps, plus Armillary Sphere. Each map is hand-colored in outline. Period marbled boards backed with leather. Maps of the world, Europe and its various countries, Russia in Europe and in Asia, the whole of Asia, Africa, Hindoostan, North and South America, the United States, West Indies, etc. Bookplate of Cadwallader D. Colden on the front paste-down endpaper. Colden [April 4, 1769 - February 7, 1834] was the 54th mayor of New York. Covers well worn and hinges split. Title page toned and final map toned. Despite off-setting, the maps are very good with maybe a tiny spot of rare foxing here and there. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pneumlaugensalz entdeckt von Herrn Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in Altona (25: pp.35-39). + Pneum-Alkali (Nachtrag zu S. 380 ff.) (29: pp.665-668).

      Allg. Journ. Chemie, 5/25,27-30. - Leipzig, bey Breitkopf & Härtel, 1800, 8, 144 pp., (2), pp.241-800 mit 4 gefalt. Kupferstichtafel, orig. Broschur minmal fleckig, feines Exemplar. Erstdruck!Diese Veröffentlichung Hahnemann löste einen Skandal aus. Sofort wiesen ihm anerkannte Fachleute in "Prüfung des Pneumalkali welches Hr. Dr. Hahnemann pp.35-39 bekannt machte. Von Kalpproth, Karsten, Hermstädt" (28, pp.380-382 nach, daß das angeblich neu entdeckte Laugensalz nichts anderes als gewöhnlicher Borax war.Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) gestand seinen Irrtum sogleich ein, und zeigte, daß er das Seinige getan habe, um sein Versehen wieder gut zu machen (29: pp.665-668).Auch der Herausgeber des Journals der Chemie, Prof. Scherer, griff mit deutlichen Worten ein: "Warum wartete Hr. Prof. Trommsdorff in Erfurt nicht erst diese Vertheidigung (Hahnemanns) ab, ehe er in die äußerst inhumane und intolerante Anzeige 'Beispiellose Unverschämtheit des D. Samuel Hahnemann' (Reichsanzeiger 1801, Nr.18, p.234) ausbrach?Die seltenen original broschierten Hefte dokumentieren das Geschehen in vollständiger Abfolge. Weitere Beiträge enthalten von Ludwig Joachim von Armin (Zwei Rezensionen (27: p.308 329) + Auszug eines Briefes über Wasser und Kohlenstoff, Göttingen 24. August 1800 (27: p.330)), Henry, Johann Tobias Mayer, Graf Rumford u.a.Schmidt 108, 109 Haehl, Hahnemann I, p.69, II, pp.78-80 Ferchl 211. Goedecke VI, 72,3 und Mallon 13 (falsch datiert: 1801).

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        AN ACCOUNT OF AN EMBASSY TO THE KINGDOM OF AVA SENT BY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF I

      - London 1800, Blumer. Full old calf, rebacked, 503p.,engraved frontis., 18 copper etchedd plates + 8 botanical plates, large paper edition, 24 x 31 cm., bit of old underline,lacks general map Ava, else solid, marbled endpapers.FIRST EDITION Record of the first British effort to establish friendly relations with Burma. The embassy produced a great deal of knowledge about Burma, included in the book, but failed to establish good diplomatic or trade relations except for the establishment of a British Residency in Rangoon. With an account of the Andaman's, with valuable primary comments by Mr. Dalrymple. The hospitable reception of the Embassy in Rangoon, Pegue, grand display of fireworks, abundance of wild game, description of Mima-Shun-Rua village of prostitutes. Indigo, cotton, fruits & plant commentaries, mineral & gem riches, tea, ceramics, gun powder, marriage, funerals, dress, food, climate, music, language, rivers, animals, produce, weapons, war boats, &c. "The Birmans are a lively, inquisitive race, active, irascible & impatient." An extraordinarily fascinating primary source on the land & people. * THE ENGRAVED PLATES: With 27 engraved plates, some folding, Francis Buchanan did the eight botanical plates, the balance were done by Singeyi Bay, an Indian artist. * PLATE TITLES ARE: 1. General map of the Ava Empire . 2. Draught of the river Irrawaddy . 3. Shoemadoo, the Great Temple at Pegue, & the ground plan . 4. A Rhahaan, or priest . 5. Impression of the Foot of Gaudma . 6. Image of Boodha at Gaya in Bengal . 7. A Woongee, or member of the Chief council, and his wife . in their dress of ceremony . 8. An Attawoon, and his wife, and a Seredogee or secretary . in their dress of ceremony . 9. A Woondock and his wife in their dress of ceremony . 10. Birman peasant and his wife . 11. A Cassay horseman . 12. The Birman alphabet . 13. Method of catching wild elephants in Ava . 14. Image of the Birman Gaudma in a temple at Ummerapoora . 15. A Kioum or monastery . 16. View of the Imperial Court at Ummerapoora and the . ceremony of introduction . 17. Shoepaundogee or royal Golden boat . 18. A Birman war-boat . 19. A man and woman of the tribe of mountaineers called . Kayn. . BOTANICAL PLATES: 20. Thalia Cannaeformis . 21. Gardenia Coronaria . 22. Pontederia Dilatata . 23. Bauhinia Diphylla . 24. Sonneratia Apetala . 25. Epidendrum Moschatum . 26. Agyeneja Coccinea . 27. Heritiera Fomes. * CONDITION AND DETAILS OF THE ATLAS: The engravings are by and large very clean, with original folds, on deckle edge paper. There is some minor and mostly marginal foxing or slight darkening to the full-page plates, which barely invades the lower text captions, otherwise these engravings are quite clean and sharp images. A good number of these images are printed on large paper and are therefore fold-outs in large size. The sketch map of the Birman Empire is 29 x 25.5 cm, and is very clean. The grand map of the Draught of the River.& Birman Dominions dated 1795 is 41,5 x 96 cm. tall and is very remarkably clean and bright. * BINDING: Bound in original calf, rebacked, preserving the old spine with some minor loss, now solid, with original marbled end papers, with lovely period marbled end papers. Deluxe size, small folio. * EDITIONS: The FIRST EDITION was issued by Bulmer, this contains all of the charts/maps, illustrations within the text. The SECOND EDITION was issued in 3 volumes, with a separate atlas of the same maps/charts and plates. There were other later editions. * BIBLIOGRAPHY: Cox. I 309 * H. Cordier: INDOSINICA: 445 * Kaul: EARLY WRITINGS 2887 * Howgego S200. *

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        Le petit Oiseau de Paradis Emeraude. Kolorierter Kupferstich nach Barraband von Peree um 1800.

      Bildmaß der Darstellung ca. 32 x 24 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß 56,5 x 42 cm. Das Blatt etwas fleckig und stockfleckig, das Passepartout stärker fleckig. ( Bitte beachten: Versand kann hier aufgrund von Bruchgefahr nur ausgerahmt erfolgen ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        A Letter from Murtagh Feagan, Cousin German to Denis Feagan of Edenderry: In Answer to Darby Tracy, of London, Chairman. Shewing (Nothing But Truth)

      Printed by J. Stockdale - 1800. Pamphlet. 16pp. Disbound. Black 2222. Murtagh Feagan is a pseudonym. Keywords: Irish history/Act of Union/18th Century Ireland. First edition copy. . . . [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Ladys and Gentlemans Botanical Pocket Book adapted to Witherings arrangement of British Plants Intended to facilitate and promote the study of indigenous botany 

      Only Edition. 12mo x, [4], 186, [10] pp., with the engraved title-page, letterpress half-title, dedication leaf, advertisement leaf and two engraved plates (one colored). Title and half-title a little foxed (as usual), leaf A4 slightly shorter at the fore-margin (but with no missing text), manuscript notes throughout (see below), a few occasional uncut edges and some minor staining in places. Contemporary tree calf, covers with a single gilt filet border, smooth spine ruled and tooled in gilt, red morocco spine label (joints a little worn, corners and edges a little rubbed and bumped). [London:] printed by J. Crowder, Warwick Square, [1800]    

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        Picturesque Tour From Geneva to Milan, by Way of the Simplon: Illustrated with Thirty Six Coloured Views of the Most Striking Scenes and of the Principal Works Belonging to the New Road Constructed Over that Mountain. Engraved From Designs by J. and J. Lory, of Neufchatel [Neuchâtel] and Accompanied With Particulars Historical and Descpriptive by Frederic Schoberl.

      4, gestochenes Frontispiz (Karte Plan of the Road of the Simplon. Constructed by the French between 1800 & 1807), 3 Bl. Vorw., 1 Bl. Tafelverz., 136 S., 36 handkolorierte Taf. in Aquatinta, Priv.-HLdr. d. Zt. m. gold. Rückenpräg., Rundum-Marmorschnitt, Rückenkanten berieben, Kapitale u. Deckelkanten tlw. beschabt, Exlibris a. Innendeckel, Karte. u. Titelbl. stockfl., selten etw. finger- u. stockfl., einige Taf. m. braunem Abklatsch gutes Ex. EA. Prächtige Tafeln nach Zeichnungen von G. Lory sen. und jun. zu der connected Tour from Geneva through the Valais, over the new roard constructed by command of the late ruler of France across the SImplon, to Lago Maggiore, and by the Lake of Como to Milan.Tafeln: 1.) Lake of Geneva / 2.) Banks of the Lake of Geneva near St. Gingoulp / 3.) Extremity of the Lake near Boveret / 4.) The Bridge of St. Maurice / 5.) Waterfall of Pissevache / 6.) West View of Sion / 7.) East View of Sion / 8.) Brieg / 9.) Gallery and Bridge of the Ganther / 10.) View on quitting the Gallery of Schalbet / 11.) Gallery of Schalbet from the Italian Side / 12.) Gallery of the Glaciers / 13.) Monastery of the Simplon / 14.) Village of Simplon / 15.) View of the Gallery of Algaby / 16.) View from the Gallery of Algaby / 17.) Ponto Alto, or Alto Bridge / 18.) New Road near the Grand Gallery / 19.) Interior of the Grand Gallery / 20.) End of the Grand Gallery towards Italy / 21.) View near Gondo / 22.) Gallery of Isella or Issel / 23.) Entrance of the Valley of Dovedro / 24.) Bridge of Cherasca / 25.) Entrance of the Gallery of Crevola / 26.) Bridge of Crevola and Vally of Domo dOssola / 27.) The Bridge of Crevola / 28.) Villa / 29.) The Bridge of Baveno and Isola Madre / 30.) Lago Maggiore and Boromean Islands / 31.) Isola Bella or the Beautiful Island / 32.) Isola Bella taken from Stresa / 33.) Arona / 34.) Sesto / 35.) Pliniana and Lake of Como / 36.) Milan.

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        Geschichte der Mathematik seit der Wiederherstellung der Wissenschaften bis an das Ende des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts. 4 Bände (= komplett).

      Göttingen, Johann Georg Rosenbusch 1796-1800. - Poggendorff I, 1217. - Erlecke S. 4. - Bestermann III, 3715. - Erste Ausgabe. -"Keine eigentliche Geschichte der Mathematik, sondern vielmehr eine chronologische Übersicht und innere wie äußere Analyse der mathematischen Literatur." (Erlecke) - "Verdienstvoll . Liefert eine Fülle von biographisch und kulturgeschichtlich interessanten Einzelheiten." (NDB X, 735) "Zus. über 2400 S. Halblederbände d.Zt. Mit RüSch., umlauf. Rotschnitt. Deckel u. Kanten berienben, ein Band mit Fehlstelle am unt. Kap.; im Text leicht gebräunt, doch fleckenfrei." Mit hs. Namenseintrag des österr. Mathematikers und Physikers Karl Exner. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HONGANJI NI KENNOU KINGIN SAIKU ZUE ZEN

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

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        Ramberg, Johann Heinrich. - "Der Fandango".

      - Historische Künstlergrafik. Radierung, koloriert, um 1800. Von Johann Heinrich Ramberg. Gegendruck. 39,8 x 51,0 cm (Darstellung) / 43,8 x 61,0 cm (Blatt). H. WVZ 258. Unbezeichnet. - Die Darstellung zeigt ein Fandango tanzendes Paar. Dieser Singtanz stammt ursprünglich aus Spanien und wurde mit Kastagnetten begleitet. Seltener Gegendruck vor der Auflage ohne den Titel und der Signatur. Versehen mit einem aufwendigem bildmäßigen Kolorit. In dieser Form mit Unikatcharackter. - Schmalrandig. Im Ganzen gut erhalten. Johann Heinrich Ramberg (1763 bei Hannover - 1840 Hannover) war ein deutscher Kunstmaler und Satiriker. Als Zeichner, Karikaturist und (Buch-)Illustrator insbesondere zu literarischen Werken, befreundet und bekannt mit bedeutenden Verlegern und Dichtern, ?zählte er zu den Großen seiner Zeit? Sprache: Deutsch

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        Rare Paul Revere-Signed "Rising States Lodge" Masonic Certificate

      Boston, MA 1800 - Printed Document Signed. Boston, Mass., September 3, 1800. 1 p., Countersigned by John Bray, Enoch Baldwin and Joseph Clark (secretary). On vellum, with original red silk ribbon attached. 16 x 13, 31 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. Revolutionary Boston hero Paul Revere was a founding member of the Rising States Lodge of Massachusetts Freemasons. This Masonic initiation certificate for the Lodge, elaborately engraved by B. Hurd, ("Brother B. Hurd del."), depicts an elaborate arched pediment supported by two columns, large Masonic symbols (crossed keys, sun, moon and stars with comet, crossed quills) and, in the center portion, an open coffin, drafting implements and two candleholders resting on a large altar. To the side are cherubs on pedestals, one holding an open book, the other a mallet. Historical BackgroundDocuments relating to Paul Revere's Masonry and his involvement with the Rising States Lodge are very rare. Here, the Revolutionary patriot and fellow officers of the Lodge certify that Moses Ward "has been regularly initiated in the Third Degree of Masonry" within the Rising States Lodge of Boston.On September 9, 1760, 25-year-old Paul Revere was initiated as an apprentice in St. Andrew's Lodge in Boston. Revere had probably been introduced to Freemasonry through Richard Gridley, a Mason and Revere's commander during the Crown Point Expedition of 1756. Revere advanced rapidly to the rank of Master Mason, and, by 1769, Arch Mason (a rank also held by fellow patriot Joseph Warren). As a skilled gold- and silversmith, Revere received several commissions to engrave certificates and to produce seals and medals for the Lodge. (The engravings are illustrated in C. Brigham, Paul Revere's Engravings, pp. 186-196.)In 1783, Revere and other Masons founded the Rising States Lodge. He remained a principal member for many years and from 1794-97 served as Grand Master of the Massachusetts Grand Lodge, the most prominent and prestigious position in the state. After 1800, the demands of Revere's growing foundry business apparently absorbed most of his time; he held no further Masonic offices and only occasionally attended meetings. (E. J. Steblicki, Paul Revere and Freemasonry, 1985, p.64) The Rising States Lodge was dissolved in 1812.Paul Revere (1734-1818) was an American silversmith, engraver, and Boston patriot most famous for alerting the Massachusetts militia to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord. Born in Boston's North End, Revere was prosperous and prominent, and took considerable risk when organizing the colonial resistance and intelligence networks. His almost entirely fictitious depiction of the Boston Massacre helped galvanize colonial resistance to British rule. He was a leader of the Boston Tea Party and served on the Boston Committee of Public Safety. He later served as a Massachusetts militia officer. Following the war, Revere returned to his silversmith trade and used the profits from his expanding business to finance his work in iron casting, bronze bell and cannon casting, and the forging of copper bolts and spikes. He became the first American to roll copper into sheets for use as sheathing on naval vessels.

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        Bauern-Philosophie oder Belehrungen über mancherley Gegenstände des Aberglaubens und andere nützliche Kenntnisse. Erstes und Zweytes Bändchen [von 3]. Vom Verfasser des Buchs vom Aberglauben. Erstausg.

      Leipzig, bei Roch und Compagnie, 1800. - 4 Bll., 232 S. / 1 Bl., 252 S., Kl.-8°, Pappband d. Zt. mit Rotschnitt (beide zus. in einem Bd.) Im Jahr 1801 erschien noch ein drittes Bändchen, u. 1802 eine neue Aufl. des kritischen Buchs. Fischer will die abergläubischen Meinungen zur Schau stellen u. dadurch dazu beitragen, diese "auszurotten". U.a. über: Bsp. u. Erzählungen, wie uns unsere Sinne u. Einbildungskraft täuschen können; Ueber Mondsüchtige u. Nachtwanderer; Ueber Träume u. Traumbücher; Die künstliche Auferstehung der Todten, oder das Geistercitiren; Ueber den Unfug der Wünschelruthe; Von Hexen, Hexenmeistern u. ihren Thaten; Edlicher Bescheid über das Wahrsagen. - Einband ist stark beschabt u. an den Kapitalen etwas beschädigt; im ersten Band etliche Seiten mit Wurmfrass im inneren Rand (kein Textverlust), sonst innen sauberes u. gutes Expl. - Sehr selten, im Gegensatz zum "Buch vom Aberglauben" nicht bei Ackermann od. Hayn-Gotendorf. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Traite medico-philosophique sur l'alienation mentale ou la manie par Ph. Pinel, ... Avec Figures représentant des formes de crâne ou des portraits d'Aliénés.

      Paris, Chez Richard, Caile et Ravier, Libraires, rue Haute-Feuille, No. 11, An IX (1800-01), 8, (I-V), VI-LVI, 318 pp., 1 Tabelle., 2 Taf., feiner Pappband mit Rvg. ungewöhnlich breites und frisches Exemplar. First Edition of one of the most important medical classics and one of the most valuable texts in the history of psychiatry, written in the opening year of the new century. It is both a postcript to the eighteenth and a preface to the nineteenth century. Pinel wrote this treatise on the basis of his experience in the Bicêtre. His medical theories and classifications are very methodical and clear and they contain some original ideas, but their importance pales in comparison with his work of hospital reform and reorganization by which a new tradition was established and a new perspective opened for practical and research psychiatry it is this achievement which always come to mind when the name of Philippe Pinel is mentioned. On May 24, 1798, at the risk of his own life and liberty, he struck off the chains of the insane at the Bicêtre, placing them in hospitals under lenient physicians, and doing away with the abuses of drugging and blood-letting to which they were subjected.Garrison & MortonNo. 4922 Heirs of Hippocrates 1070? Grolier/Medicine 54 Lilly Notable Medical Books 155 Norman 1701

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        Gründliche Violinschule, mit vier Kupfertafeln und einer Tabelle.

      Augsburg, J.J. Lotter & Sohn, 1800. 4 n.n. + 268 + 8 S. Priv. Pp. der Zeit. 4. verm. Aufl. Mit dem gestochenen Porträt, den drei Tafeln, der gefalteten Tabelle und zahlr. Notenbeispielen im Text. Honegger-M. V, 370. - Kante des Ebd. mit Japanpapier fachmännisch geschlossen, kl. Fraßspuren in den Marginalien (kein Textverlust), etw. fleckig, vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, Gbrsp. - Mozart (1719 - 1787): der Sohn eines Buchbinders studierte seit 1737 an der Salzburger Univ. Philosophie und hörte nebenher auch Mathematik und Geschichte. 1738 erwarb er den Grad eines Baccalaureus der Philosophie; 1739 wurde er -- wegen ungenügenden Vorlesungsbesuches -- von der Univ. relegiert. M. wurde Kammerdiener des Grafen Thurn-Valsassina und Taxis, auf dessen Vermittlung hin er 1743 eine Anstellung als Violinist in der erzbischöflichen Hofkapelle erhielt. 1757 wurde M. Hofkomponist des Fürsterzbischofs von Salzburg, 1763 Vizekapellmeister. Er komponierte Symphonien und Divertimenti, Kammer- und Kirchenmusik sowie Solokonzerte für Blasinstrumente. Er veröffentlichte Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule (1756). (DBE) Versand D: 7,00 EUR Musik

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        FREIBURG., Gesamtansicht über die Dreisam.

      Kupferstich aus "Der Privilegierte Churfürstlich Sächsische Postillon", um 1800, 20 x 30 cm. Sehr selten. - Unter der Ansicht Legende von 1 - 14. Baden-Württemberg

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        DRESDEN., Gesamtansicht von der Elbe aus.

      Altkol. Kupferstich aus "Der Privilegierte Churfürstlich Sächsische Postillon", um 1800, 18 x 30 cm. Sehr selten. Über der Ansicht Legende von 1 - 11. und im Medaillon Porträt "Nicephorus I. Orient. Kaiser". - Auf blauem Papier alt aufgezogen. Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        BREMEN., Gesamtansicht über die Weser mit Schiffen und Befestigungsanlagen im Vordergrund.

      Altkol. Kupferstich aus "Der Privilegierte Churfürstlich Sächsische Postillon", um 1800, 18 x 30 cm. Sehr selten Unten Legende von 1 - 21 und im Medaillon Porträt "Clodoueus III". - Partie im Vordergrund etwas verwischt gedruckt, auf blauem Papier alt aufgezogen. Bremen

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