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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Berlin, 24. II. 1801.. 1 S. 4to.. An Breitkopf & Härtel zur Übersendung der "Platte zu Don Juan nebst Zeichnung u. 2 Abdrucken. - Ich bin diesmahl sehr glücklich beym Äzzn gewesen, weshalb ich das Vergnügen haben kann sie Ihnen früher zu senden als ich versprochen habe [...]". - Johann Friedrich Bolt war Schüler Daniel Bergers in Berlin und orientierte sich zeitlebens deutlich an Chodowieckis Schaffen. "Neben 400 in Punktmanier gestochenen Porträts entstanden zahlreiche Bleistift- und Rötelzeichnungen - hauptsächlich Porträts und humorvolle Darstellungen aus dem Berliner Leben - sowie Buchillustrationen. Bolt gab 1801 eine Sammlung von Arbeiten in verschiedenen graphischen Techniken unter dem Titel 'Artistische Versuche' heraus" (DBE).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Philosophisch-medicinische Abhandlung über Geistesverwirrung oder Manie. Mit Kupfertafeln, welche die Form einiger Schedel, und die Abbildungen einiger Wahnsinnigen darstellen., Aus dem Französischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Mich. Wagner

      Wien Schaumburg und Compagnie, 1801 - deutsche EA! Signiertes Unikat aus der Bibliothek von Michael Wagner, dem Übersetzer und Arzt am Narrenturm im Allgemeinen Krankenhaus Wien. Zahlreiche handschriftliche Anmerkungen von Wagner auf Französisch und Deutsch auf den Korrekturblättern, oft Exzerpte aus anderen Veröffentlichungen. - ZILBOORG/HENRY 329ff. halten die Einleitung für "one of the most valuable texts in the history of psychiatry" und drucken sie in ihrem Buch vollständig ab. Zu Pinel s. GARRISON/MORTON 4922 ("Pinel was among the first to treat the insane humanely; he dispensed with chains and placed his patients under the care of specially selected physicians. Garrison considered the book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to the humanitarian treatment of the insane. It was submitted as a prize essay in 1792, the Revolution preventing its publication at that time."), NORMAN CATALOGUE, 1701: "In October 1793, while serving as médecin des infirmeries at Bicêtre Hospital, Pinel had the chains struck off from forty-nine male psychiatric patients in order to substitute for his cruel oppression his ‘traitement morale‘, a humane form of psychiatric therapy that identified insanity with illness rather than moral perversity or demonic possession. This dramatic act, performed in the liberating spirit of the American and French revolutions, found immediate and enduring favor in the popular imagination as a symbol of a new attitude toward the insane, and ignited a general desire for more humane treatment of the mentally ill that culminated in the English nonrestraint movement of the mid-nineteenth century. Yet humanitarian treatment of the insane, although crucial to Pinel‘s psychiatric work, was not that work‘s sole focus, for Pinel also devoted himself to establishing psychiatry as a scientifically based branch of medicine. His Traité replaced the speculation and theorizing characteristic of earlier discussions of insanity with his own practical observations of the lunatics of the Bicêtre, whose illnesses could now be observed undistorted by cruel treatment. He retained the old classifications of mental illness, stating that contemporary medicine was as yet too primitive for more precise categories, but did introduce some subdivisions, isolating mania from delirium and recognizing the relationships between periodic mania, melancholy and hypochondria. He recognized emotional disorders to be the main cause of intellectual dysfunction, but also took into account heredity, predisposition and hypersensitivity, and attempted to find relationships between insanity and cranial deformity.", HIRSCH/H. IV, 571; ALEXANDER/SELESNICK 151ff. - Michael Wagner ( ? - 1812) berichtet in seinen "Anmerkungen und Zusätzen" (ab S. 324) u.a. ausführlich über das Wiener Tollhaus ("Narrenturm") Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2210 21,5 x 13cm, Pappband der Zt., lädiert, unbeschnitten, Stempel in fliegendem Vorsatz und Titel (recto und verso), Bleistiftnotizen im Text, durchschossenes Exemplar in mod. Pappbox mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; 1 Bl., IV (Vorrede), II-L (Einleitung), 458 S., 1 nn. Bl., 2 Kupfrtafeln und 1 gef. Tabelle [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels in the Interior of Africa

      1801, Hardcover, Book Condition: Poor, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacketrebound beatifully in recent brown full leather. apart from the binding the book internally is poor. the preliminary pages are missing and the book starts on the first page. the last page also appears to be missing and the book ends on page 542. the book jumps from page 237 to 256 but this would appear to be an error in pagination as there appears to be no missing text.many of the pages show signs of wear, some quite substantial. the bookbinder has reinforced some pages at the back of the book. the map is present and has been reinforced by the binder. 2 of the hand coloured plates are present. an early travel book that was presented as fact but turned out to be pure fiction. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: sx75.

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        A Sequel to Barrington's Voyage to New South Wales, comprising an Interesting Narrative of the Transactions and behaviour of the Convicts; the Progress of the Colony [etc]

      London: C. Lowndes, 1801. Duodecimo, on blue-ish paper, pp. viii, 5-88, [vi]; a few old ink notes; in good condition in old half calf. "Barrington" account, chiefly from Collins. Second edition of the so-called sequel to Barrington, issued by the same publishers as the Voyage to Botany Bay. As with most Barrington material this is fraudulently attributed to him, actually drawing most of its content from David Collins' Account of the English Settlement of New South Wales (1798).This was reprinted from an earlier Lowndes edition of 1800, reset in semi-chapbook form with a smaller typeface and tighter spacing, and with the omission of the chapter summary heads.Fraudulent or not, these early "Barrington" printings represent the form in which information about New South Wales reached those of the public who could not afford the expensive quartos published by members of the First Fleet.

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        Gesandtschaftsreise an den Hof des Teshoo Lama durch Bootan und einen Theil von Tibet.

      Berlin/Hamburg 1801.. Mit 2 Karten auf 1 gefalteten Tafel u. 4 Tafeln. 4 Bl., 391 S. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. Farbschnitt. Ecken u. Kanten tls. bestoßen u. berieben, am oberen Kapital schwach gestaucht. Stellenweise etwas fleckig. (400 Gr.) - Bibliothek der neuesten und interessantesten Reisebeschreibungen, 7.. Für Fragen stehen wir Ihnen gerne telefonisch zur Verfügung!

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        Recueil et Parallele des Edifices de tout genre, anciens et modernes

      1801. |~||~|"THE BIBLE OF CLASSICISM" DURAND, Jean Nicholas Louis. Recueil et Parallele des Edifices de tout genre, anciens et modernes. 1 full-page title with engraved text by Durand, surrounded by architectural lithographic vignettes by Baltard, 1 full-page Table, and illustrated with 90 full-page lithographic plates, all in the original unfolded state. Oblong elephant folio, 480 x 685 mm, bound in recent half red morocco spine, matching paper over boards. Paris: L'Ecole Polytechnique, chez l'Auteur, 1799-1801. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition, earliest issue printed by Durand himself. One of the earliest issues of Cahier 1 was exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1799. This is a copy of the so-called "Le Grand Durand," meant for the use of architects, designers, decorators and painters. The importance of the "Le Grand Durand" is attested by the fact that in the 1860s, "at the École des Beaux-Arts, the younger students were forced to swear their hatred for Viollet-le-Duc on the bible of classicism -- none other than Le Grand Durand" (Sergio Villari, J.N.L. Durand, 1990). "Durand's lasting contribution is the separation of architecture from its traditional association with nature and with style…. [he] was the first architectural theoretician to clarify architectural objects by their common formal characteristics - to establish a rational science of design through standardization of functional topology… In the Recueil Durand totally overturns the traditional relation between architecture and nature in favor of abstraction based on a scientific method of classification by type. His concept of architecture is in perfect agreement with the prevailing political philosophy and its emphasis on utility" (Millard p. 174-75). Durand's aim was to offer clear illustrations of the most important buildings of every type constructed since classical times (Egyptian and Roman) up to the late eighteenth-century. Durand consulted over three hundred books on French and Italian architecture and travel literature in composing his work. Over 40 full-page lithographs depict ancient building types, most with ground plans and elevations; others illustrate decorative elements taken from the recently-excavated Herculaneum and Pompeii: vases, sculptures, oil lamps, etc. In his Mellon lectures, "A History of Building Types," Sir Nikolaus Pevsner paid tribute to Durand's pioneering work. Our copy is presented here in the original form, without the accompanying text by Legrand, which was written during the publication of the Recueil and was intended as a commentary on the plates, but only appears in the later editions. The Millard copy belongs to the later edition, with "Gillé fils" as the publisher instead of "Chez l'auteur," and with a slightly different collation. A few isolated spots, otherwise, in fine condition, with all the plates in their original unfolded state. British Architectural Library 956. Millard, French 67. Not in Berlin Katalog or Fowler.

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        A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and Round the World; In which the Coast of North-West America has been Carefully Examined and Accurately Surveyed,

      London: John Stockdale, , 1801. undertaken by His Majesty's Command, Principally with a View to Ascertain the Existence of any Navigable Communication between the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans; and Performed in the Years 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794 and 1795, in the Discovery Sloop of war and Armed Tender Chatham, under the Command of Captain George Vancouver. a New Edition, with Corrections … 6 volumes octavo (230 × 120 mm). Contemporary quarter sheep, marbled boards, the marbling applied on red-ruled ledger sheets, black morocco labels, edges sprinkled blue. 2 large folding maps and 17 folding engraved plates. A little rubbed, partoicularly on the boards, some browning and occasional foxing throughout, remains a very good set, and not unattractive. First octavo edition, first published in quarto in 1798. "This voyage became one of the most important ever made in the interests of geographical knowledge" (Hill). George Vancouver (1758-1798) had accompanied Cook in the Resolution on his second voyage, in the Discovery on his final voyage, and had seen naval warfare with Rodney in the West Indies in 1782. In 1790 it was decided to negotiate the return of Nootka Sound (Vancouver Island, British Columbia) from the Spanish and make an accurate survey of the coast northwards from the 30th degree of north latitude. "As the route was left to his own judgement, he followed Cook's teaching and went westward, touching at the Cape of Good Hope, surveying the south-west coast of Australia, where he discovered and named King George's Sound, Mount Gardner, Cape Hood, and other points in that neighbourhood. Then passing on to New Zealand, he examined the recesses of Dusky Bay, and where Cook had marked on the chart 'Nobody knows what,' he substituted a correct coastline and the name 'Somebody knows what.' He reached Tahiti on 30 Dec. 1791, and in the following year, after the necessary formalities at Nootka, he examined the strait of San Juan de Fuca, discovered the gulf of Georgia, and, passing on, circumnavigated the large island which has since borne his name. The two following years he continued his examination of the coast from San Francisco, northwards, which, for the first time he accurately delineated. In 1795 he returned to England, by Valparaíso, Cape Horn, and St. Helena" (DNB). Vancouver died before he could edit his narrative, which was prepared for the press by his brother John, and Capt. Peter Puget. He has perhaps been overshadowed by the hydrographic brilliance of Cook, but Hill reminds us that "the voyage was remarkable for the accuracy of its surveys, the charts of the coasts surveyed needing little improvement to the present day. When Charles Wilkes resurveyed Puget Sound in 1841, he was amazed at the accuracy Vancouver had achieved under such adverse conditions and despite his failing health. Well into the 1880s Vancouver's charts of the Alaskan coast remained the accepted standard." Near contemporary ownership inscriptions of "C. de Jersey" to the tile pages of volumes I, III, IV, and V, and similarly early inscriptions of "I. & A. Powell" to the front free endpapers of all but volume II.

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        Eigenhändiger Brief (Schluss fehlt). O. O. u. D. [ca. 1858?]

      . gr-8°. 4 S. Bläuliches Papier. Letzte Zeile getilgt.. An einen Musikverleger [Carl Anton Spina?], vornehmlich über Kompositionen von Johann Georg Lickl (1801-1877). "Ach! und Weh! über die Beiträge zu dem 'Pianoforte'! - Von allem den Zeug welches Sie mir; Geehrter Herr; letztens zugesandt haben, ist nichts zu gebrauchen als die Piece von Likl - welche einfach Impromptu betitelt werden soll wie ich es der Composition in dem einliegenden Schreiben vorschlage. 'Passages de Paris' klingt ohrschreiend zu equivogue oder bringt einen ganz unmusikalischen und albernen Sinn mit sich - und eine der zwei Episoden (2t./Des dur) ohne Nahmen des Autors. Bei diesem Stük wünsche ich übrigens eine Kürzung - nähmlich das Alternativo in cis moll müsste gestrichen werden und folglich keine Wiederholung des Hauptsatzes (die durch Ziffern im Manuscript angegeben) statt finden. Haben Sie die Gefälligkeit und fragen Sie bei den Autor an ob er mit Hinweglassung der Seiten 3, 4, 5 und 6, bis auf die 2 Schluss Takte einverstanden ist. NB von der Seite 3 bleiben noch 4 Takte mit den Zahlen 91, 98, 99, 100 bezeichnet, von welchen hunderten Takt an es gleich weiter Seite 6 zum Schluss fortschreitet - Durch diese Kürzung gewinnt das Stük mehr als es verliert; auch glaube ich dass die paar Änderungen die ich in der Harmonie dem Componisten anheim stelle und mit Bleistift hinzugefügt nichts verderben. Schiken Sie also das Manuscript mit diesen Bemerkungen von der Hand zurük, und wenn Ihm meine wohlgemeinte Ansicht zusagt, druken Sie das Stük in einem der Hefte des Piano forte, aber ohne den Titel 'Episode' sondern einfach als Andante ..." Unter dem Titel "Les Passages de Paris. Impromptu en forme d'une Toccata" wird bei Hofmeister XIX, 1858 eine Publikation bei Carl Anton Spina angezeigt. Liszt schreibt weiter über den Komponisten Adolph Greulich (1819-1868): "... Herr Greulich schreibt greuliche Dinge. Anbei sein Opus 14 (3 National Melodien!) - Schicken Sie Ihm dieselben gelegentlich zurück mit der geziemenden Nicht Achtung für ähnlichen Quark! ... ... Die Manuscripte von Herrn Graf (wenn es nicht etwa die 'Episoden' wären?) kann ich nicht auffinden ..."

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        Select Plans of the Principal Cities, Harbours and Forts in the World

      London: Engraved and Published by John Luffman,, 1801. 2 volumes quarto bound as one (216 × 172 mm) Marbled card wraps, rebacked in sheep, title gilt to the spine. Housed in a brown quarter morocco solander box. Engraved title page to each, and 160 engraved plates with contemporary colour in all. A little rubbed, light browning to the contents, else very good indeed. First edition. Highly attractive collection, containing a wide selection of detailed plans from around the world, including St. Petersburg, Tahiti, New York City, Boston, Charleston, Philadelphia, Port Royal, Carthagena, Alexandretta, Pondicherry, the Mouth of the Ganges, Gallipoli, the Dardanelles, and Constantinople, and the Mouth of the Red Sea. The maps are dated between 1 July 1799 and 1 April 1802. Luffman (fl. 1776-1820), "engraver, author, geographer, publisher, goldsmith" (Tooley), is probably best know for his New Pocket Atlas, where attractive circular maps were accompanied by a concise summary of the region portrayed. Uncommon, no other complete copy at auction in the last 50 years; just three locations on COPAC, one perhaps Volume I only, OCLC adds Huntington, National Library of Australia (perhaps with variant title page to volume II dated 1802), and a copy in the Bibliothèque Publique d'Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland.

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        Cydonia communis. Coignassier commun

      Paris.. Ca. 1801- 1819.. Stipple engraving printed in color with added hand color, plate 12 x 9 inches on sheet 16 x 10 inches. Single pinhole in each corner (well outside plate area), a couple of very light foxing spots, scarcely visible. Very good condition. An exquisite botanical print of a quince, highlighting the artistry of Pierre Joseph Redoute in combination with the subtle technique of stipple engraving. The celebrated botanical artist Redoute (1759-1840) had the distinction of receiving the patronage of Marie Antoinette before the French Revolution as well as that of the Empress Josephine following the Reign of Terror. This fine example of botanical art was published in "Traite des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on cultive en france en pleine terre. Seconde edition 'nouveau Duhamel' considerablement augmentee" (Dunthorne 243) which documented trees and shrubs cultivated in France. This is plate 36 from Volume 4. .

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        Bibliothèque Portative du Voyageur. Paris, J.B. Fournier Père et Fils, 1801 - 1804

      Bibliothèque Portative du Voyageur. Paris, J.B. Fournier Père et Fils, 1801 - 1804. Volumi in - 36° (cm.8 x 6,5) legati in piena pelle chagrin rossa, titoli e fregi al dorso, riquadro aureo e dentelle interni, taglio dorato. Graziose legature in ottimo stato. The earliest of travelling libraries is the Bibliothèque portative du voyageur, published by J. B. Fournier et Fils in Paris... This remarkable library in miniature this includes many of the most prodigious and important works in the French language... It is frequently assumed that it was the travelling library which Napoleon Bonaparte carried with him during his campaigns... Complete sets are of the utmost rarity and I have only seen one nearly comlete set, wich now occupies pride of place in the library of an American collector. (Bondy, Miniature books, pp. 83 - 84). BERNARD, Pierre - Joseph. Oeuvres. Paris, 1802. 204 pp. Cfr. Nauroy, p. 22. Welsh, 513. BERNIS, Fr. Jo. de Pierre de, comte de Lyon, Cardinal. Oeuvres. Paris, 1802. 184 pp. Nauroy, p. 22. Welsh, 520. BOILEAU - DESPREAUX, Nicolas. Oeuvres choises. Paris, 1803. 262 pp. Nauroy, p. 23 Welsh, 1354. GRESSET, Jean - Baptiste Louis. Oeuvres choises. Paris 1806, 277 pp. Nauroy, p. 23. Welsh, 3170. HAMILTON, Antony. Mémories du Comte de Grammont. Paris, 1802. 2 volumi di pp. 164; 175. Nauroys, p. 22. Welsh, 3216. LA FONTAINE, Jean de. Les amours de Psiché et de Cupidon, avec le poeme d' Adonis. Paris, 1801 - 231 pp. Nauroys, p. 23. Welsh, 4215. LA FONTAINE, Jean de Contes et nouvelles en vers. Paris, 1804. 2 volumi di pp. 192 - 221. Nauroy, p. 22. Welsh, 42016 (ed. 1801). LA FONTAINE, Jean de. Fables. Paris, 1801. 2 volumi di pp. 201; 234. Nauroy, p. 24. Welsh, 4219 (ed. 1802). LE SAGE, Alain René. Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane. Paris, 1804. 5 volumi di pp. 221; 251; 247; 244; 247. Nauroy, p. 23. Welsh, 3711. LONGUS. Les amours pastorales de Daphnis et Cloe traduites du grec par Amyot. Paris, 1802. 232 pp. Nauroy, pp. 23. Welsh, 4713. (MONTESQUEU, Charles - Louis de Secondat...) Considérations sur les causes de la grandeur des Romains et de leur décadence. Paris, 1802. 234 pp. Nauroy, p.23. Welsh, 5103. PIRONS, Alexis. Oeuvres choises. Paris 1802. 2 volumi di pp. 216; 231. Nauroy, p. p. 22. Welsh, 3711. RACINE, Jean Baptista. Oeuvres. Paris, 1802. I soli volumi 1 e 4, di pp. 225; 269. Welsh, 5919. Nauroy, p. 23. SAINT - REAL, César.Vichal de. Conjuration des éspagnols contre Venise et conjuration des gracques. Paris, 1800. 165 pp. Nauroy, p. 22. Welsh, 6113. TRESSAN, Louis Elisabeth de la Vergne de Brossin, comte de. Histoire du petit Jehan de Saintré, et de Gérard de Nevers. Paris, 1802. 216 pp. Nauroy, p. 23. Welsh, 6827. VERGIER. Oeuvres choises de Vergièr et de Grécourt. Paris, 1802. 200 pp. Nauroy, p. 22. Welsh, 6918. VOLTAIRE, François Marie Arouet de. La Henriade, poeme, et La Temple du gout. Paris, 1802. 185 pp. Nauroy, p. 24. Welsh, 6991. VOLTAIRE, François Marie Arouet de. La Pucelle d' Orléans, poeme en vingt - un chants. Paris, 1802. 264 pp. Nauroy, p. 24. Welsh, 7009. VOLTAIRE, François Marie Arouet de. Théatre. Paris, 1803. 5 volumi di pp. 195; 253; 228; 293; 303. Nel vol. I mancano le prime 46 pp., e l' ultima p. è mutila. Gli altri volumi sono perfetti. Nauroy, p. 23. Welsh, 7012.

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        Document Signed (ÒThomas LincolnÓ), written in another hand. Lincoln witnessing signature on a promissary note made and signed by Joseph, Thomas and Luke Mudd in favor of Samuel Grundy for Òthree Hundred Spanish Milled dollars on or before the fifteenth of January next,Ó also signed by witnesses James Hughes, Susana S. McKay, and George McKay

      [Elizabethtown, Kentucky?] 1801 - LincolnÕs Father Lincoln described his father as Òa wandering laboring boy [who] grew up literaly without education.Ó He had some rudimentary knowledge of letters and was able to sign his name Ñ but his signature is extremely scarce, with only a handful of signed legal documents known. Creased and worn along folds, some soiling, docketed on verso recording payment against debt, signatures somewhat faded [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        A JOURNEY FROM LONDON TO THE ISLE OF WIGHT Volume I From London to Dover [&] Volume II From Dover to the Isle of Wight

      Oriental Press by Wilson and Co. for Edward Harding, 1801.. 2 vols. 4to. Contemporary full speckled calf newly rebacked in calf with gilt lettered morocco labels, blind-stamped and ruled. Pp. ix + 205 [&] 217 + publisher's catalogue, illus with folding coloured frontispiece map at frontispiece of vol I (lacks vol II map) and 46 engraved plates (previous owner's bookplate on front paste-downs; small closed tear at fore-edge of Temple Stairs plate). .

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        Ansicht einer römischen Villa am Tiber.

      . Bleistift auf Velin. 23,4:33,7 cm. Provenienz: Vente Salathe, Stempel nicht bei Lugt. Im ganzen etwas fleckig, kleine Fehlstelle an der linken unteren Ecke. Vgl. zu dem Gebäude: S. Wechssler, Ernst Fries (1801-1833), Heidelberg 2000, S. 208 f., Kat. Nr. 271, "Rom, Tiberufer, 1826".. Nach einem mehr als fünfjährigen Aufenthalt in Italien, kehrte Salathe 1821 in die Schweiz zurück. Bevor er sich wieder in Basel niederließ, verbrachte er fünfzehn Wochen in Erstfeld im Kanton Uri. Die in dieser Zeit entstandenen Zeichnungen sind Zeugnisse der in Italien erlangten Sicherheit, eine große Landschaft, auch kleine Landschaftsausschnitte mühelos zu erfassen. 1818 hatte Salathe C. F. von Rumohr (1785-1843) kennengelernt, der ihn förderte und zum Studium vor der Natur anregte. Um seinen Lebensunterhalt zu sichern, war Salathe in Basel als Vedutenstecher tätig, seit 1823 lebte er in Paris.

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      - Madrid, Imprenta de Sancha, 1801-21, 4 tomos de 15,5x10 cm., piel. Palau: "Es obra útil y digna de se consultada por los eruditos Sempere pertenece a la escuela de Campomanes, y como él contribuyó a difundir la ciencia económica en España y sacar a luz los escritos olvidados de nuestros antiguos economistas"

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        Bibliothek der Scherze mit einem satyrisch-allegorischen Atlasse. 6 Bände. Mit 6 gestochenen Titelvigenetten und 10 gefalteten teilkolorierten Kupferstichkarten (vollständig).

      Wien, Verlag Reilly, 1801.. 19 x 11 cm. Je Band ca. 350 Seiten. Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung.. Goedeke VI, 555, 7. - Hayn/Got. I, 360. - Hochst amüsantes Werk, hier in seltener Vollständigkeit in allen 6 Bänden und allen 10 Kartenblättern. Die umfangreiche Anthologie enthält ca. 300 satirische Anekdoten und Erzählungen, vor allem aber 10 bemerkenswerte Phanatsiekarten mit Titeln wie "Generalkarte von der moralischen Welt, Karte von der Selbstliebe, Landkarte von dem Reiche der Liebe, Landkarte von dem Reiche der Herrschaft, Landkarte von Reiche der Speculation, Landkarte vom Reich des Müssiggangs" etc. Dort sind entsprechend satirische geographische Begriffe verwendet, so enthält z.B. die Landkarte vom "Reiche des Wissens" ein "Meer der Unwissenheit", dort ein "Dichter-Eiland" mit der "Floskel-Bay", eine "Rednerinsel" mit einer "Periodenküste" oder eine "Philosopheninsel" mit einem "Castell der Behauptungen" und dem "Cap Ichhabrecht" etc. - Ein Band mit kleiner Wurmspur am Innensteg. Text teils etwas gebräunt, in 2 Bänden einige Seiten auch mit teils größeren Braunflecken. Die Karten sind sämtlich sauber und gut erhalten. Zeitgenössische Halbledereinbände in insgesamt ordentlicher Erhaltung.

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        A JOURNEY FROM LONDON TO THE ISLE OF WIGHT Volume I From London to Dover [&] Volume II From Dover to the Isle of Wight

      Oriental Press by Wilson and Co. for Edward Harding, 1801. - 2 vols. 4to. Contemporary full speckled calf newly rebacked in calf with gilt lettered morocco labels, blind-stamped and ruled. Pp. ix + 205 [&] 217 + publisher's catalogue, illus with folding coloured frontispiece map at frontispiece of vol I (lacks vol II map) and 46 engraved plates (previous owner's bookplate on front paste-downs; small closed tear at fore-edge of Temple Stairs plate). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Du sentiment considere dans ses rapports avec la litterature et les arts.

      A Lyon, Ballanche et Barret et a Paris, Calixte Volland, An IX-1801.. In-8, broche, couverture de papier marbre rose de parution, piece de titre imprimee d'origine (protege sous etui et chemise doublee de demi-maroquin rouge a long grain [A. Devauchelle]), (2) f., 344 p. et (4) p. d'errata et table. Edition originale et unique du premier ouvrage de Ballanche, publie a vingt-cinq ans, a la librairie paternelle, non repris dans l'edition des oeuvres completes. "La Revolution a frappe son imagination, comme celle des Bonald et des de Maistre, comme celle de Chateaubriand dont il devance le 'Genie du christianisme' avec ce livre [l'expression meme s'y rencontre, p. 182]. Il trouvait, au meme moment que lui, les themes dont va vivre une generation. Seulement, chez le Lyonnais mystique, ils se revetaient d'une autre nuance, plus secrete, plus theosophique : Chateaubriand decouvrait des images, Ballanche des symboles" (P. Moreau, 'Le romantisme', p. 47). (Frainnet, 'Ballanche', p. 345. Monglond, V, 503). Tres rare, cet ouvrage aurait ete tire a moins de 100 exemplaires, par l'auteur, sur les presses de la librairie familiale et diffuse confidentiellement. Quelques rousseurs et petites restaurations. Tres bon exemplaire, tel que paru entierement non rogne..

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        The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts

      Boston: I.Thomas and E.T. Andrews for the Author. August, 1801. First. First edition. 392pp. Rebound in early Twentieth century cloth with morroco spine label gilt, with the preliminaries replaced up to the title page. Owner's name dated in 1927 ("Edwin P. Clark"), a little soiling, very good or better. Howes S1121. .

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        Reden größtentheils bey Gelegenheiten bey welchen sie zwar im 18. Jahrhundert geschrieben werden konnten, wohl aber erst im neunzehnten Jahrhundert gehalten werden dürften vom Verfasser der Peripathetiker. XV S., 1 Bl., S. (17)-363, 1 Bl. Pappbd d. Z. (berieben, Rücken unter Verwendung des alten Rückenschilds stimmig erneuert).

      Ohne Ort, 1801. - Erste Ausgabe dieser zwölf fiktiven Reden oder Essays, sehr selten. Venturini (1768-1849), Historiker, Theologe, Erzähler und Dramatiker, gehörte zu dem politisch interessierten Kreis um Rebmann in Altona. Besonderes Aufsehen erregte er mit seinem, zusammen mit T. Heinrich Henke veröffentlichten scharf antiklerikalen Aufklärungsroman 'Die Peripatetiker des 18ten Jahrhunderts'. Seine 'Natürliche Geschichte des großen Propheten von Nazareth' erregte durch die Darstellung Jesu "das Aergernis weitester Kreise" (ADB). Er schrieb außerdem zahlreiche Beiträge zur Kirchengeschichte und zu Zeitschriften wie 'Braunschweigisches Journal', 'Chronik des 19. Jahrhunderts' oder für Brockhaus' Konversationslexikon. Im vorliegenden philosophisch-politisch-aufklärerischen Werk finden sich Kapitel wie: "Die Würde des Menschen als vernünftiges Wesen", "Ueber das beste Verhalten bei Einschränkung der Religionsfreiheit", "Es ist unsere Pflicht, der Wahrheit wegen, keine Aufopferung zu scheuen". Vermerk am Schluss: "Bei Schimmelpfennig in Halle gedruckt", vielleicht für Unzer in Königsberg. – Titel im Bug angefalzt, kaum fleckig. Nur in zwei deutschen Bibliotheken nachweisbar und nur dieses Exemplar im JAP seit 1950. – Hayn/G. VI 380. Nicht bei Goedeke, Kosch und Borst. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Document Signed, in French, and initialed 7 times in margins, 4 pp on one 8vo sheet, Charenton St. Maurice, October 14, 1806

      The document is an agreement between the Marquis de Sade and his eldest son, Louis Marie de Sade whereby the Marquis de Sade hands over almost all of his assets to his son, providing an annuity for himself and a bequest to Mme. Quesnet. Sade "wishes to divest himself of all his affairs" to avoid lawsuits to be brought against him by his creditors. He hands over his assets to his son. Enumerated are the specifics about who gets what and a listing of all of his properties. "Judged insane and dangerous because of his novels and plays, he finishes his life in an asylum," notes Neil Schaeffer [Neil Schaeffer: The Marquis de Sade: A Life. The definitive biography]. Having been arrested in 1801 and sent to prison, his family requested, on his behalf, to have him transferred to the insane asylum at Charenton where he went in 1803 for the rest of his life. Schaeffer also notes that Mme. Quesnet moved into the asylum with him in 1804 and that Sade "left a generous bequest to Mme. Quesnet who stayed with him to the end." The asylum director approved, of Quesnet but as a cover, Sade referred to her as his daughter. Sade met Marie-Constance Renelle Quesnet, then age 33, in August of 1790 after being released from Charenton and after having recently separated from his wife who had filed for divorce. Quesnet, a former actress abandoned by her husband and left with a six-year old son, was to become Sade's mistress and long time companion. A timeline of Sade's life ( notes that their liaison "which Sade will describe many times as 'less than platonic', but founded on mutual love and attachment, will last the rest of his life." In 1800, after struggling to support himself, Quesnet and her son, Sade was threatened with debtor's prison for unpaid bills. He accused his steward, Gaufridy, of criminal activity and Gaudridy resigned. Mme. Quenet began to oversee Sade's finances. In 1803, according to the timeline, the family instigated the transfer of Sade to Charenton where "they paid his board." This timeline notes that on August 24, 1805 "Sade draws up and signs a memorandum outlining the final conditions to which he will agree to his family's proposed purchase of all his property (save Soumane) in return for a life annuity." While this memo is dated October 14, 1806, it suggests that the terms might have gone back and forth several times. The document offered here, dated just 13 days later, suggests that in the end, some terms had finally been agreed to. The document lists all lands owned including "a farm called Lamalmaison...the estate of Grandvilliers... in the Eure and Loir... Mazan...." Besides itemizing all payments needing to be made, the document specifies, more than once, that an annuity would be given to Sade and "finally that said obliged... to create for said Mme. Quesnet and her son a one thousand francs life annuity...." Signed as, "Sade" father and below his son has signed.

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        Grundsätze der Staatspolizey, Handlung und Finanzwissenschaft.

      München, Strobl, 2. umgearbeitete Auflage 1801. - Zum Gebrauche bey akademischen Vorlesungen ausgearbeitet von F. X. von Moshamm. XVI, 557 Seiten, Kalbslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 20,5 x12,5 cm, Einband etwas berieben, einige Blatt mit kleinem Papierschaden im unteren Rand, sonst gut erhalten. Umarbeitung des dreibändigen Hauptwerks von Sonnenfels durch seinen Schüler Moshamm. Lose beiliegend eigenhändiger Widmungsbrief (Doppelbogen) des Bearbeiters Moshamm an den Herzog in Bayern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuscipt - Promissory Notes with Impressed Revenue Stamps

      Indiana, 1801. Indiana Territory. Collection of four impressed revenue stamps found on three manuscript promissory notes, one signed and stamped in Clark County 1801 which is on laid paper watermarked 'GEN S' (part of the General Stamp Office Watermark), and two in Madison 1816 which are also watermarked 'Stamp US.' Half leafs, written recto and verso, each measuring roughly 8 x 4 inches, each signed in the original by the borrower. Very good condition, beautifully preserved, with crisp, clearly visible revenue stamps. In the United States colonies and territories documentary stamp taxes were imposed on promissory notes as seen here, as well as deeds, insurance premiums, and other legal transactional documents. The revenue stamp impressed upon the document, denoted that tax had been paid, the document then rendered legally binding. [Clarksville], 1 October 1801. Featuring 2 unique revenue stamps, this promissory note involves some notable individuals. Representing Forty-two Pounds Sterling, One Shilling, Nine Pence, (£42.1.9) the debtor being a William Jones, the creditor is Thomas Bullitt (probable relation or descendent of Captain Thomas Bullitt founder of Louisville), and the witness being Davis Floyd, a Republican politician, at the time Clark County recorder based in Clarksville, who was also convicted of aiding American Vice President Aaron Burr in a treason conspiracy. The seals, or stamps, issue numbers RM260 and RM261, are described in the Scott 2007 Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers, page 556, stating "The distinguishing feature of the stamps in this issue is the counter stamp which usually appears below the other stamp. One stamp has the design of the eagle and shield... but the name of the state is omitted and the denomination appears below instead of above the eagle and shield." All of the stamping was done in Washington, the eagle and shield stamp was impressed by the General Stamp Office, and the counter stamp, a cameo of thirteen stars, was impressed by the Commissioner of the Revenue, its abbreviated title also being part of the stamp motif. This leaf is purpose made paper, the Second Federal Issue as per the United States Act of 23 April 1800, put into use from 1 March 1801 to 30 June 1802. The paper was furnished to various institutions by the government, and contained a vertical watermark 'GEN STAMP OFFICE' in the margin. Madison, 19 November 1816. Featuring a five cent eagle and shield revenue stamp, this promissory note is for $100, the debtors here being Thomas and William Montgomery, the lender being the Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Indiana. The verso is signed by a clerk, J. Thomas. This stamp is issue number RM275. Madison, 19 November 1816. Featuring a ten cent eagle and shield revenue stamp, this promissory note is for $200, all parties being the same as the latter document, the differences being the values of the note, and as such, the value of the revenue tax. This stamp is issue number RM276. These two eagle and shield stamps are described in the Scott 2007 Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers, page 557, indicating two distinguishing features of the stamps in this issue, the absence of the state name, and varying positions of the eagle corresponding to its monetary value. With this issue the use of a counter stamp was also abolished. Again, the stamping was done in Washington, this paper being watermarked 'STAMP U.S.' and being sold by the government. These half leafs are also on purpose made paper, the Third Federal Issue as per the United States Act of 2 August 1813, put into use from 1 January 1814 to 31 December 1817. The paper was furnished to various institutions by the government, and contained a vertical watermark 'GEN STAMP OFFICE' in the margin. An impressed duty stamp is a form of revenue stamp created by embossing a stamp onto a document using a metal die to confirm that the required duty (tax) had been paid. The stamps have been used to collect a wide variety of taxes and duties, including stamp duty and duties on alcohol, financial transactions, receipts, cheques and court fees. Usage has been worldwide but particularly heavy in the United Kingdom and British Commonwealth. Stamp duty is a tax that is levied on documents. Historically, this included the majority of legal documents such as cheques, receipts, military commissions, marriage licences and land transactions. A a revenue stamp impressed upon the document, or attached to it, denoted that tax had been paid, the document then rendered legally effective. Davis Floyd (1776 -1834) was an Indiana Jeffersonian Republican politician who was convicted of aiding American Vice President Aaron Burr in the Burr conspiracy. Floyd was not convicted of treason however and returned to public life after several years working to redeem his reputation. He lost his wealth in the Panic of 1819 and died in obscurity in Florida 1834. His brother was Charles Floyd, the only man to die on the Lewis Clark expedition. In 1801 Floyd moved to Clarksville, Indiana. In the same year Floyd became Deputy Sheriff of Clark County and the Clark County Recorder. Along with his father, Floyd was appointed to the Clarksville Board of Trustees. He ferried boats through the Falls of the Ohio rapids until 1808. Floyd was elected as a Clark County delegate to the territory's slavery convention in 1802, the convention would set in motion events that would attempt to legalize slavery and indentured servitude in the Indiana Territory. From 1803 to 1806 he was Sheriff of Clark County. In an 1805 special election he was elected to the Indiana Territorial Legislature; then the only anti-slavery representative during his term, he was usually at odds with the rest of the legislature. By the end of his term he had become too involved in the Aaron Burr Conspiracy to run for re-election and was succeeded by James Beggs as Clark County's representative. Established 6 September 1814, The Farmers and Mechanics Bank, located in Madison, was the first two banks in Indiana Territory. Only days later, 10 September, the territorial legislature chartered The Bank of Vincennes. The property of the former was limited to $750,000 and that of the latter to $500,000. Both charters were granted till 1835. January 1, 1817, the Vincennes institution was adopted as the State Bank of Indiana and it was authorized to increase its capital by a million dollars, to be divided into ten thousand shares of $100. It was also empowered to adopt the Farmers and Mechanics Bank as one of its branches. By 1821 other branches had been established at Brookville, Corydon and Vevay. Administrators of the State Bank became so corrupt that in 1822, after proving sundry crimes such as embezzlement, the Legislature deprived them of the franchises.. Very Good.

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        The Poetical Works of John Milton. In Six Volumes

      London: Printed for J. Johnson, W.J. and J. Richardson, R. Baldwin ... [et al.]. 1801. Large paper edition. Six volume set. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of Milton (volume one) and an engraved plate of Christina, Queen of Sweden in men's apparel (volume six). The front joint of volume one has been professionally repaired, scattered rubbing to the joints and edges, a few gently bumped corners, very good or better. A handsome set bound by Riviere & Son in dark blue half morocco, gilt spines, marbled endpapers. From the library of Caresse and Harry Crosby, with their coat of arms stamped in gilt on the front boards and small leather gilt-stamped bookplates: with the names Harry and Caresse forming the cross. American expatriates living in Paris in the 1920s, Harry and Caresse founded the Black Sun Press, an important English language press noted for publishing many of the key figures of modernism (including the first edition of Hart Crane's The Bridge). Their set of Milton's Works also features the device of the press, a small symbol of the sun, blind-stamped on one or two of the blank fly leaves at the front of each volume. .

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        VOYAGES FROM MONTREAL on the River St. Laurence [sic] Through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in the Years 1789 and 1793, with a Preliminary Account of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Fur Trade of That Country.

      T. Cadell et al., London 1801 - A FINE PRESENTATION BINDING. London: T. Cadell et al., 1801. 1st edition. 4to. 1pp (half-title) + 1pp (title leaf) + viii (Preface) + cxxxii (A General History of the Fur Trade) + 412pp + 2pp (errata). Engraved frontispiece portrait, 3 large folding engraved maps (1 with hand-coloured details). Original elaborately tooled burgundy boards (minor marks), seamlessly re-spined using tools of the period to match the style and patterns of the boards. Occasional and trivial light foxing in a few places. Text and maps clean and crisp. There are very few binders that could match the skill and techniques required of this restored binding, one of them being Aquarius of London who, in all likelihood, was commissioned to do this binding. The boards date from approximately 1810, and, given the elaborate rolls and decorations, are typical of a presentation binding from the period, unlike the early and often simple bindings that are found with copies of Mackenzie's Voyages. Certainly the finest copy we have had to offer in many years. Alexander Mackenzie (1764-1820), a fur trader with the North West Company, sought a passage from the Athabasca country to the Pacific Ocean. Following Peter Pond's speculation that the Pacific Ocean could be reached by a water route from Great Slave Lake, his first expedition from Fort Chipewyan in 1789 took him not to the Pacific as he had hoped, but down what would become the Mackenzie River to the "Frozen" or Arctic Ocean. In his second attempt, he ascended the Peace River by canoe and on foot, and crossed over into the headwaters of what he thought was the Columbia River (but was actually the Fraser River). After being turned back by its unmanageable and torrential currents, he and his party decided to make an overland attempt to reach the Pacific Ocean. In this they were successful, and arrived near the present site of Bella Coola, on the British Columbia coast. [Hill 2: 1063; Peel 3: 55; Sabin 43414; Strathern 343; Streeter 3653; TPL 658. DCB V, 1801-20, p542]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vocabulaire des Termes de Commerce,

      Paris: Testu,, 1801. Banque, Manufactures, Navigation Marchande, Finance Mercantile et Statistique. Quarto (260 × 196 mm). Contemporary marbled calf, gilt roll-tool border on sides, decorative gilt spine, red morocco label, red speckled edges, marbled endpapers. A little wear to spine, worming at head of front joint, some occasional foxing. First edition, rare: COPAC list only two copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (British Library and National Library of Scotland). Jacques Peuchet (1758-1830), French jurist and economist, whose works on population were important and were drawn upon by Malthus.

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        The Widow's Prayer!!

      R. Ackermann. June 4th, 1801 Broadside. Hand-coloured etching, 25 x 20cm, with title & 15 lines of text; some sign of being laid down on verso, otherwise a v.g. bright copy. Sheet 30 x 45cm.George, BM Satires 9791: A buxom and comely widow kneels in profile to the left, facing an upright chair; in her left hand is a handkerchief; her weeds reach from her head to the ground. Her prayer expresses grief, resignation for the loss of three husbands, and a desire for more with, if necessary, a seventh in old age. Etched by Thomas Rowlandson after Woodward.

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        Chasses aux Indes. Paris, A. Courcier (back of half-title & colophon: printed by Charles Noblet), [1861]. Oblong 4to (22 x 31.5 cm). With 8 tinted lithographed plates (the first as frontispiece) by V. Adam. Original publisher's chromolithographed boards, with hunting scenes on the front and back. Rebacked.

      Jeanson I, 111; Thiebaud, col. 157; WorldCat (2 copies); cf. Schwerdt 1, p. 99; for Adam: Benezit I, p. 32. Very rare first edition of 6 fictional hunting stories taking place in India, at least some near Kolkata (Calcutta), in which the western hunter Maxime, successively kills a boar and panther, a swan, a buffalo, an elephant, a rhinoceros and a tiger; the whole is followed by a conclusion to wrap up the story. The story is beautifully illustrated with 8 plates by the notable French draughtsman Jean Victor Vincent Adam (1801-1866), known for his depictions of military battles, horses and hunting scenes. It was published as part of the series Grande bibliothèque illustrée.With an inscription on the half-title. Some occasional minor foxing, otherwise in very good condition. The original binding rebacked, with the endpapers restored in the gutter, slightly rubbed along the extremities and some very minor soiling on the sides, otherwise good.

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        Traite medico-philosophique sur l'alienation mentale ou la manie

      Paris: Richard (An IX), 1801. Foundation of Modern Psychiatry Pinel, Philippe(1745-1826). Traite medico-philosophique sur l'alienation mentale, ou la manie. 8vo. lvi, 318pp. Fold. printed table, 2 engraved plates. Paris: Richard, Caille & Ravier, An IX [1800/1801]. 193 x 118 mm. Quarter mottled sheep, paste paper boards, vellum corners, slightly worn at spine. Light browning & foxing, but a fine copy. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 4922. Pinel was one of the first to treat the insane humanely, striking the chains from the lunatics at the Bicetre Hospital and implementing his "traitement moral," a compassionate form of psychiatric therapy that identified insanity with illness rather than moral perversity or demonic possession. In his Traite, Pinel replaced the theorizing and speculation characteristic of earlier works on mental illness with his own practical observations of the Bicetre's mental patients, whose behavior could now be observed undistorted by cruel treatment. He retained the old classifications of mental illness, but distinguished mania from delirium, and recognized the relationships between periodic mania, melancholy and hypochondria. He recognized emotional disorders to be the main cause of intellectual dysfunction, but also took into account heredity, predisposition and hypersensitivity, and attempted to find relationships between insanity and cranial deformity. Pinel founded the Salpetriere's famous school of psychiatry and trained a generation of psychiatrists, the most important of whom was Esquirol. Norman 1701. Hunter & Macalpine, pp. 602-10. Zilboorg, pp. 319-41.

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        Glic-Gamena Angel-Deod. The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England ? Illustrated with hand-coloured engravings selected from ancient paintings in which are represented most of the Popular Diversions

      London: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, for J. White, at Horace's Head, Fleet Street, 1801. First edition. Frontispiece of chess-players and 39 plates. l, [6, contents], 301, [1] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Half pigskin and marbled boards. Bookplate of E.A. van Vleck and American Museum on Natural History with release (blind stamp at head of title; release stamp on verso of title page). Some wear to upper joint, else very good plus.

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        Magie für gesellschaftliches Vergnügen und zur Minderung des Glaubens an Schwarzkünstler, Wahrsager, Hexer und Gespenster. Zweyter Bändchen ( = Band 2 von 2 erschienenen Bänden )

      Ettinger, Gotha 1801 - Mit XVI ( Inhaltsregister ), 272 Seiten. Mit einigen Tabellen und Illustrationen im Text sowie einer ausfaltbaren Tabelle *Alphabet des Schlüssels*, Pappband der Zeit mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt, 8° ( 17,5 x 10,5 cm ). nhalt u.a.: Dass ein Ring nach der Musik in einem Glase tanze; Beschreibung einer Fontaine, die man in einem Zimmer machen kann; Die Farben der Flammen der verschiedenen brennbaren Luftarten; Sich selbst die Nase abzuschneiden; Die Bauchsprache; Die optische Verwandlung; Der Heiligen-Schein um den Kopf beym Mondenlichte; Einen Schneeball brennend zu machen; Die Art geheime Sprachen aufzulösen; Beschreibung eines Telegraphs bey Tag und Nacht; Lebendige Schlangen zu machen; In der Nacht nach der Uhr zu sehen; Ein Messer zu verschlucken; Eine gesehene Karte in Gegenwart aller Zuschauer in eine andere zu verwandeln; Den Kornbranntwein seinen Fuselgeschmack zu benehmen und ihn hierdurch zum Punsche brauchbar zu machen; Den Blinden das Rechnen lernen; Die chinesische Zauberkugel.und und und.Einband berieben, etwas angestaubt, Ecken und Kanten teils stärker bestoßen. Auf dem schmalen Einbandrücken 2 handschriftliche alte Rückenschildchen. Innen ein alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Titelblatt *W.Sattler*. Auf dem hinteren Rückdeckel innen einige kleine Zahlen von alter Hand. Seiten durchgehend etwas stockfleckig, teils auch etwas stärker stockfleckig. Seiten teils etwas angeknickt, insgesamt aber durchaus guter Zustand. ( Gewicht 150 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Saggio su l'uomo. Poema filosofico di Alessandro Pope in cinque lingue, cioè inglese, latina, italiana, francese, e tedesca.

      - Parma, dalla Reale Stamperia, 1801, in-4, leg. coeva in mezza pelle, dorso liscio con nervi simulati da filetti a doppio filo impressi in oro, titolo in oro in uno scomparto, seminati di ferri curvi impressi a secco negli altri, piatti che conservano la cartonatura originale arancione, pp. [4], 487, [1]. Con frontespizio in rosso e nero. Non è stata legata l'ultima carta, [chi]1, che era bianca. Trad. latina di Johann Joachim Gottlob Am Ende, italiana di Anton Filippo Adami, francese di Jean-Francois Du Resnel, tedesca di Heinrich Christian Kretsch. Variante con il front. in rosso e nero. Brooks, n. 844. Bell'esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Field of Mars: Being an Alphabetical Digestion of the Principal Naval And Military Engagements, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, Particularly of Great Britain and Her Allies, from the Ninth Century to the Peace of 1801

      London: G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, 1801. Frontispieces. With half-titles. 2 vols. 4to. Titlepage and frontispiece of each volume foxed. Light scattered foxing to text. Modern half brown calf and marbled boards. In uniform tan half morocco boxes, spines gilt. The work contains numerous entries for North American battles of the Seven Years' War, American Revolution, including Annapolis Royal, Beausejour, Brandy-Wine, Lake Champlain, Charlestown, Fort Frontenac, Louisbourg, etc.  The entry for Bunker Hill describes the battle by quoting from a letter from General Burgoyne to Lord Stanley; he writes, "'And now ensued one of the greatest scenes of war that can be conceived.... the day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the ascendancy it gave the regular troops; but the loss was uncommon in officers, for the numbers engaged.'"   A veritable trove of military information, with descriptions of many important battles in British - and American - history.

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        Saggio su l'uomo. Poema filosofico in cinque lingue cioè inglese, latina, italiana , francese e tedesca.

      Reale Stamperia 1801 Pregevole edizione Bodoniana in cinque lingue. Tiratura con frontespizio in rosso e nero

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        The Modern Angler, Being a Practical Treatise on the Art of Fishing, &c. in a Series of Letters to a Friend

      Oswestry: Printed for the Author by J. Salter, 1801. First edition. Engraved frontispiece of fish hooks (fore-margin strengthened with very minor loss to neatline). 1 vols. 12mo. Early vellum wallet binding, preserved together with an angler's wallet (see below) in a solander box. With an Angler's Wallet Brief descriptions of various fish, and the flies used to catch them, in letters originally addressed to the Rev. Morgan Pryse, to the end that he may become "a complete and fair angler". Sold with an angler's leather wallet, the pockets and holders in vellum, lettered in brown ink, fabricated from old legal vellum documents. The wallet includes 4 large pockets, and 13 (of 14) small vellum folders, of which the following have retained the original contents (the hackles various colors including dun, light dun, light pink, orange and black). There are 3 pages of text giving the names of flies, and the months in which they should be used, along with 4 pages with cork studs on which to mount the hooks (not present). Loosely inserted is a plate of 20 part-dressed flies (of 27).

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        Monita über die drey gangbaren Kurarten. Vom Herausgeber des Arzneyschatzes.

      Berlin, Unger, 1801,. Erstdruck, In: Hufelands Journal der practischen Arzneykunde, Band XI. Viertes Stück, Seite 3-64. 8°, marmorierter Pappband der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rückenschildchen, leicht gebräunt.. Bahnbrechender Frühdruck der Homöopathiegeschichte. Anonym erschienen. Vollständiger Jahrgangsband des Journals.

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        Tales of Wonder

      London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the Author, and sold by J. Bell, 1801. First edition. [iv], 236; [iv], 237-482, [2] pp. 1 vols. Large 8vo (9-7/8 x 6-1/4 in.). Contemporary diced Russia, covers gilt with wide outer border of filets and small floral tools, spine gilt in six compartments, all edges marbled. Joints rubbed, spotting to first and last few leaves. This work was mockingly nicknamed "Tales of Plunder" due to its high quality and price. It includes some pieces by Walter Scott who, although not mentioned on the title page, collaborated with Lewis on this collection of ballads. "The considerable literary output of Lewis is neglected today, but his influence upon contemporary romanticism and the catharsis which his extravagance effected upon its morbid elements cannot be overlooked" (Kunitz & Haycraft).

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        Traite medico-philosophique sur l'alienation mentale

      Paris: Richard, Caille et Ravier, 1801. 8vo. lvi, 318pp. 2 engraved plates, folding table. 196 x 122 mm. Sheep c. 1801, rebacked; boxed. Minor toning, scattered foxing, but very good. First edition. Pinel was one of the first to treat the insane humanely, striking the chains from the lunatics at the Bicêtre Hospital and implementing his ?"traitement moral,?" a compassionate form of psychiatric therapy that identified insanity with illness rather than moral perversity or demonic possession. In his Traité, Pinel replaced the theorizing and speculation characteristic of earlier works on mental illness with his own practical observations of the Bicêtre?'s mental patients, whose behavior could now be observed undistorted by cruel treatment. He retained the old classifications of mental illness, but distinguished mania from delirium, and recognized the relationships between periodic mania, melancholy and hypochondria. He recognized emotional disorders to be the main cause of intellectual dysfunction, but also took into account heredity, predisposition and hypersensitivity, and attempted to find relationships between insanity and cranial deformity. Pinel founded the Salpêtrière?'s famous school of psychiatry and trained a generation of psychiatrists, the most important of whom was Esquirol. Garrison-Morton 4922. Norman 1701. Hunter & Macalpine, pp. 602-10. Zilboorg, pp. 319-41.

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        Collection of 66 aquatints many of the portraits by Charles François Gabriel Levachex

      Paris: chez Auber, An 6-10 (1801) - INCLUDING: Portraits of a young Napoleon, Marie Antoinette, Danton, Mirabeau, Marat, Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, Robespierre, Néker, Gilbert Mottier Lafayette, etc Folio. Each with circular portrait and text below. Quarter new brown calf and marbled boards Plates about fine, some foxing to tissue overlays [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rinaldo Rinaldini, der Räuber Hauptmann. 3 Teile in 3 Bänden.

      Leipzig, s.e., 1801,. 8vo. Mit 3 gest. Frontispizen (gest. v. Weber u. Gerstner). VIII, 195 S., 2 Bl.; 2 Bl., 180 S.; 2 Bl., 148 S. Pp. d. Zt. m. RSchild.. Goedeke V, 512, 23. - Frühe Nachdruckausgabe des abgeschlossenenen berühmten Räuber-Romans. Den drei Bänden mit 9 Büchern/Kapiteln folgten noch einige Fortsetzungen. - Rücken verblichen u. etw. unschön fleckig. Kl. Tintenzeichen im Innendeckel. Innen sauber u. ordentlich.

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        "Hilpoltstein", Landschaft mit einer Burg.

      . Bleistift, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: CCN, rechts unten betitelt (?) "Hilpoltstein", links oben alte Paginierung "K. II. 186 ". 20,1:28,9 cm Links oben kleine Knickfalte, ein wenig fleckig. Hilpoltstein ist ca. 35 km von Nürnberg entfernt. Daß Klein Studienreisen in die nähere Umgebung seiner Geburtsstadt unternahm, ist nachweisbar, so z.B. 1801 nach Wildenfels, das in der Nähe von Hilpoltstein liegt.. Bereits als Achtjähriger erhielt Klein Zeichenunterricht durch den Maler G.C. II. von Bemmel (1765-1811). 1802 wurde er von G.P. Zwinger (1779-1819) an der Nürnberger Zeichenschule unterrichtet. 1805-1811 war er Lehrling bei dem Maler, Zeichner und Kupferstecher A. Gabler (1762-1834). Ab 1811 Studium an der Kunstakademie in Wien. 1814 und 1816 erfolgte eine Reise nach Ungarn und 1815 eine Studienreise an Main und Rhein. 1818 hielt er sich in München auf, wo er mit P. von Hess (1792-1871) und M.J. Wagenbauer (1775-1829) verkehrte. 1819 kehrte Klein in seine Heimatstadt zurück. Von dort aus unternahm er mit seinen Freunden J.C. Erhard (1795-1822), den Brüdern F.P. (1779-1840) und H. Reinhold (1788-1825) und E. Welker (1788-1857) eine Reise ins Salzkammergut. Von Ende 1819 bis August 1821 weilte Klein in Italien. Zunächst Rückkehr nach Nürnberg. 1833 wird er zum Mitglied der Berliner Kunstakademie ernannt. 1839 zog er nach München, wo er bis zu seinem Tode leben sollte. Ab 1848 beginnendes Augenleiden, was in den nächsten Jahren zu einer zunehmenden Beeinträchtigung des Sehvermögens führen und schließlich ab 1871 das Arbeiten unmöglich machen sollte. Klein ist ein charakteristischer Vertreter der Biedermeierzeit. Sein Hauptgebiet war die Genremalerei. Einflüsse der holländischen Maler und Radierer K. Dujardin (1622-1678) und A. van de Velde (1636-1672) sowie des Tiermalers J.H. Roos sind zu beobachten, die er jedoch gut umzusetzen wußte. Darüber hinaus ließ er sich von Wagenbauer, Hess und W. von Kobell (1766-1853) anregen. Zahlreiche Museen besitzen Werke von Klein, u.a. die National-Galerie Berlin, Neue Pinakothek München, Sammlung Georg Schäfer Schweinfurt, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart und die Albertina Wien.

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