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      G. Kearsley 1801 - 1801. 397 pages. No dust jacket. English language text. Half bound in black leather with brown marbled boards. Book is in good condition for age. Small name label to front pastedown, with inscription to fep. Firmly bound with light cracking to guttering. Mild tanning to pages with moderate foxing to endpapers and page edges. Slight marking to text block edge. Bumping and chipping to spine ends and corners, with scuffing to edges. Crease to to corner at front, corners are scuffed and lightly bumped. Rub wear to boards, gilt remains bright. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Création Oratorio Traduit de l'Allemand et mis en vers français par Desriaux et en Italiens Par ***** ... Prix 36 fr. Gravée part Lobry. [Full score].

      Paris: Pleyel [PN 359], [1801-02]. Folio. Contemporary vellum-backed speckled paper boards, paper label to upper with titling in manuscript. 1f. (title), 311, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Text in French and Italian. Outer and lower edges uncut. With publisher's facsimile signature handstamp to title. Boards somewhat worn and rubbed; label partially lacking at edges. Minor creasing, staining, and wear; tear to lower margin of pp. 139/140, slightly affecting printed area; small stab holes to pp. 290-311; small binder's hole to upper inner margins throughout. Lower outer corners of first several leaves lacking and filled in with laid paper, slightly affecting notation in several instances. Published just a short time after the first French edition by Erard. Hoboken XXI:2 (p. 37). Hoboken 9, 1395 (later issue, with price of 48 francs instead of 36). RISM H2525 (no copies recorded in the U.S.).

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        Philosophisch-Medicinische Abhandlung über Geistesverirrungen oder Manie.

      Aus dem Französischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Mich. Wagner . - Wien, bey Carl Schaumburg, 1801, 8, L, 458 pp., 1 Bl. Druckfehler, 1 Falttabelle, 2 KupferTaf., schöner Pappband. "Die Befreiung der Irren von den Ketten"Die extrem seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe des im gleichen Jahr erschienen Grundlagenwerk "Traité médico-philosophique sur l'aliénation mentale, ou la manie". Einer der wichtigsten und wertvollsten medizinischen Klassiker und Markstein in der Geschichte der Psychiatrie. First German Edition. 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.

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        SIX PICTURESQUE VIEWS IN NORTH WALES [COLOR PLATES 1801]

      London:: For J. Mawman. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1801. Hardcover. Color Illustrations; Six Picturesque Views in North Wales, Engraved in Aquatinta by Alken, From Drawings Made on the Spot: With Poetical Reflections on Leaving that Country. 4to, 19th-century gilt armorial vellum over bds; rubbed. With 6 hand-colored aquatint plates. Rough-trimmed Internally generally clean, edges a little dust smudged. Abbey Scenery 517. 32 pages 6 color plates 30 cm. The Fall of the River Machno, Carnarvonshire --Pont y Pair, Carnarvonshire --Conway Castle, Carnarvonshire --Pulpit of Hugh Llwyd, Merionethshire --Pont y Glynn Dyffis near Corwen --Bedgelert Church. Carnarvonshire. Strikingly vivid plates. ; 0 .

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        Set of Ten Parrots.

      Langlois Paris -05 1801 - Ten stipple engravings, printed in colours and finished by hand, with fine, strong colours. Framed and glazed. Overall size: 55.8 by 40.7 cm. Jacques Barraband was the finest ornithological artist of his time. The son of a weaver at the Aubusson Factory, he is first mentioned as a pupil of Joseph Malaine (1745-1809), the eminent flower painter, and is known to have worked for both the Gobelin Factory and the porcelain factory of Sèvres. His most important work was undoubtedly the 300 or so drawings that he produced for François Levaillant's three great ornithological monographs, including the present Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets, which is considered the most comprehensive and complete catalogue on the subject. This magnificent work includes some of the most lively and colorful bird illustrations ever created. They capture not only the defining characteristics of the species, but also the charming personality of the individual bird.

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        Voyage dans la Haute Pensylvanie et dans l'État de New-York, Par un Membre adoptif de la Nation Onéida. Traduit et publié par l'auteur des Lettres d'un Cultivateur Américain. 3 Bände.

      Paris, L'Imprimerie de Crapelet, chez Maradan, An IX - 1801. - 8°. Rote Halblederbde im Stil der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern, Rückenvergoldung und Rotschnitt. Kollation: 1) xxxj, 427 S.; Frontispiz (Porträt G. Washington), 3 Tafeln (1 gefaltet; 2 Indianer-Porträts), mehrfach gefaltete Karte (die Ostküste inkl. Delaware, Maine und die Großen Seen); 2) xiii, 434 S.; mit 2 Falttafeln (Teilansichten Niagara-Fälle), 1 Faltkarte (Ostküste von Savannah, Georgia, bis Chesapeak Bay, Virginia) und 1 Faltplan (Niagara-Fälle mit dem Isthmus zwischen Ontario- und Eriesee); 3) xii, 409 S.; mit 4 Falttabellen (Kanäle der USA, Bevölkerungsstatistik, Schiffsverkehr New York Stadt, Schiffsbau New York State) und 1 Faltplan (alte Indianer-Siedlung und -Festung am Muskinghum/Ohio) - Sabin (#17501) mit falscher Kollation des 3. Teils. J. H. St. J Crevecoeur, der Autor des "Cultivateur Américain" (in Englisch zuerst 1782), gibt vor, nur der Übersetzer und Herausgeber der "Voyage" zu sein, ist aber vermutl. selbst der Verfasser. Crevecoeur kam als 16jähriger nach Nordamerika, verbrachte dort ein Vierteljahrhundert u. a. als Adoptivkind des Stammes der Oneiden, traf G. Washington und besuchte die erste Zusammenkunft des Congresses . "His experience, therefore, enables him to give much information and personal gossip not readily found elsewhere" (Sabin, ibd.), was z. B. auch die indianischen Angelegenheiten betrifft. Etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt. FR

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        La Ménagerie du Muséum national d'histoire naturelle, ou les animaux vivants, peints d'apres nature, sur velin, par le citoyen Marechal, peintre du Museum, et graves au Jardin des plantes [.] par le citoyen Miger [.] avec une note descriptive et historique pour chaque animal.

      Paris Miger Patris & Gilbert Grandcher and Dentu an X - and later: Rhinoceros dated an XII 1801 - Folio (51.5 x 35 cm). Title, 9 pp. introduction, 36 chapters on 162 numbered pp. of text with 41 plates (of a possible 42) engraved by Miger after Marechal and Dewailly (de Wailly), tissue guards, some blank leaves; ink number (library?) to title, plate of Le Blanc-Nez monkey spotted, light occasional spotting elsewhere, one text page (Lama) with old marginal repairs, without the last and long delayed plate Rhesus Macaque (as usual). Near contemporary calf, wide gilt borders to covers; rubbed at extremities, restored and rebacked to style. First edition of an uncommon work illustrating many exotic animals. A work remarkable for including the first pictorial representation of the American black bear. The Menagerie, linked with the National Museum of Natural History, was established in 1793, after the French Revolution, and replaced the Royal Menagerie at Versailles. Up until this time menageries had usually been of the touring sort, displaying exotic species as curiosities, often with scant regard to their well-being. The success of the new menagerie was secured when travelling menageries were banned, thus driving people to visit the new establishment. Amongst the notable acquisitions of the menagerie was the elephant pair from the menagerie of 'Het Loo', seized by French forces from the Stadtholder of Holland, Willem V, in 1798. In a period of about 40 years after the difficult times of the Revolution, several construction projects were completed. These included the monkey and bird house, the bear pits, the rotunda (La Rotonde) for large herbivores (elephant and giraffe), the building for ferocious animals (the Fauverie), a new monkey house and a vivarium. Many of them still exist to date, with La Rotonde commissioned by Napoleon himself being the menagerie's oldest building, designed to replicate the cross of the Napoleonic Legion of Honour, now housing giant tortoises. Driving forces behind this major refurbishment were Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, who ran the menagerie of the Jardin des Plantes from 1802 – 1841, and Frédéric Cuvier (1769-1832), became warden of the menagerie in 1803. The renowned natural historians Lacépède (1756-1825) and Cuvier compiled the present catalogue of the animals in the menagerie and Nicolas Maréchal (died 1803), the museum's painter, provided the illustrations. The work is of considerable historical and scientific interest, summarizing the knowledge of the time and comparing also various earlier sources, especially Buffon. The work was published in issues during troubled times, and such events as Geoffroy's participation in the Egypt expedition, the death of the painter Marechal and Cuvier's travels have resulted in the collation varying from copy to copy. Nissen in fact calls for only 38 plates. The plate of the Rhesus Macaque is normally missing because of lack of time on the part of the author Geoffroy. The delivery of this quire was postponed three times, as mentioned on the title-pieces of the 8th-10th issue, after the last of which publication ceased altogether. Copies with this plate were probably assembled at a later date. Brunet III, 725; Nissen, ZBI 2353 (38 pl.; also mistakenly attributing only the introduction to Lacepede); Landon, Nouvelles des arts [.], an XII-1803, III, 46. Not traced in the Blacker-Wood Library, McGill University. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ASIA: ASIA. TO MAJOR JAMES RENNELL, ESQ.R F.R.S. &C. &C. THIS MAP IS INSCRIBED, BY HIS MUCH OBLIGED HUMBLE SERVANT A. ARROWSMITH. LONDON: PUBLISHED JANRY 1ST. 1801 BY A. ARROWSMITH NO. 24 RATHBONE PLACE.

      Copper engraving with original hand colour, dissected into 24 sections and mounted on original linen, folding into original card slipcase (Excellent, especially fine original hand colour, only a few very small, light stains; card slipcase scuffed with some minor loss to lower edges), 125 x 145 cm (inches). - London, 1801. An absolutely stellar example of Aaron Arrowsmith’s resplendent wall map of Asia, the finest map of the continent made during the Enlightenment Era. - This powerful composition represents the apogee of the cartography of Asia during the Enlightenment Era. Showcasing virtually all of Continental Asia on a monumental scale, the map was made by Aaron Arrowsmith of London, who due to his privileged connections with all of the official and private map-making entities of the British Empire, was during this time the world’s most important map maker. Asia is presented with unprecedented scientific accuracy, although it will be apparent to the modern observer that, while some areas are projected with amazing accuracy, other areas reveal that European knowledge was very limited. The present example of the map is especially fine, as the original colouring is much more lavish and brilliant than on most other examples, while the fact that the map is dissected and folded into its original slipcase, has ensured that it has been preserved in remarkably stellar condition. The map takes in most of Asia, extending from the Ural Mountains and the Aegean Sea, in the west, all the way east to include the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Philippines; and from the Arctic Ocean, above Siberia, in the north, all the way down and the northern part of Malaya, in the south. The engraving, which is of unusually high quality, dramatically brings out the topographical details, such as rivers, lakes, deserts and mountains, while each region is coloured in the resplendent original hues that were signature traits of Arrowsmith’s masterpieces. Interestingly, the map also features some notes describing historical vignettes, as well as major traditional overland trade routes and the tracks of some key recent European voyages in the Far East. Aaron Arrowsmith was obsessive about acquiring the best and most recent geographical sources, not only from British entities, but also from foreign contacts and mapmakers. He was remarkably gifted at discerning the most accurate geographical intelligence from a wide variety of, sometimes contradictory, sources, sorting the wheat from the chaff. Arrowsmith’s wall maps were considered great intellectual and decorative masterpieces during their time. Notably, Thomas Jefferson possessed several such maps (including an example of the present map of Asia), which he prominently displayed at Monticello.SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION.

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        Feuilles d'analyse appliquée a la Géométrie .

      Paris Badouin An 9 1801 - Second edition (enlarged). 4to., 142 pp., 3 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked, an excellent example. Descriptive geometry is the science of presenting a three dimensional object on a two dimensional plane. Gaspard Monge invented descriptive geometry. His methods allowed for accurate representation of objects, including shadows and vanishing points. His methods were so important and revolutionary at the time that they were kept is a military secret. Using his formulae one could simplify the optimisation of 3 dimensional problems dramatically as well as send accurate representations of objects to allies (depictions of fortifications were particularly useful at the time, being the Napleonic era). This book was first published in 1795 as a series of lectures. The internal scholia indicate that it is a second edition. It includes all 3 projections. Monge was a fervent supporter of the revolution and intellectual rigour. He later led the production of the Description de l'Égypte, wherein the accuracy of many of the depictions is testimony to his methods. Current applications of his breakthrough are numerous — 3d films use his techniques of representation, the calculation of stresses on surfaces and accurate architectural modelling follow from the ideas contained in these, his early lectures.

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        La Création Oratorio Traduit de l'Allemand et mis en vers français par Desriaux et en Italiens Par ***** . Prix 36 fr. Gravée part Lobry. [Full score]

      Pleyel [PN 359], Paris 1801 - Folio. Contemporary vellum-backed speckled paper boards, paper label to upper with titling in manuscript. 1f. (title), 311, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Text in French and Italian. Outer and lower edges uncut.With publisher's facsimile signature handstamp to title. Boards somewhat worn and rubbed; label partially lacking at edges. Minor creasing, staining, and wear; tear to lower margin of pp. 139/140, slightly affecting printed area; small stab holes to pp. 290-311; small binder's hole to upper inner margins throughout. Lower outer corners of first several leaves lacking and filled in with laid paper, slightly affecting notation in several instances. Published just a short time after the first French edition by Erard. Hoboken XXI:2 (p. 37). Hoboken 9, 1395 (later issue, with price of 48 francs instead of 36). RISM H2525 (no copies recorded in the U.S.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Monita über die drey gangbaren Kurarten (pp.3-64).

      Journ. pract. Heilk., 11/4. - Berlin, in Ungers Journalbuchhandlung, 1801, 8, 215 pp., feiner Pappband im Stil d.Zt. Erstdruck!Ein einziger Tropfen Arnika-Tinktur! Erste Auflage dieser umfangreichen, wichtigen Arbeit, ohne Namensnennung des Verfassers erschienen - vielleicht wegen der "scharfen Kritik an der Heilkunde seiner Zeit" (Tischner, S.195) und spez. John Browns und dessen 'System', dem er "Naturlästerung" vorwirft beginnend: "Bis jetzt gibt es, da die Kur der Krankheiten noch nicht erfunden zu seyn scheint, nur drey gangbare Kurarten, die Kur des Namens, die Kur des Symptoms und die Kur der Ursachen"."Frühe, aber von Haehl (nach Stapf) u.a. irrtümlich erst auf 1809 datierte (und daher "unter Wert" beurteilte), für die Entwicklung von Hahnemanns Gabenlehre besonders aufschlußreiche Arbeit, die eine bedeutsame, kritische Wandlung in seiner bisherigen Einstellung größerer Gaben gegenüber markiert, z.B.: Bei gewissen bilösen Zuständen genüge nur ein einziger Tropfen Arnikawurzel-Tinktur, um alles Fieber, allen hepatischen Geschmack und alle "Tormina" hinwegzunehmen, die Zunge zu reinigen und die Kräfte des Patienten zur Nacht wieder herzustellen.Damit ist die Entwicklung zu kleinen Gaben eingeleitet" (Tischner, p.296ff.)Schmidt Nr.139

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        Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant to an act, passed in the forty-first year of His Majesty King George III

      HMSO, London 1801 - [Rickman, John (1771-1840).] Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant to an act, passed in the forty-first year of His Majesty King George III. Intituled, "An act for taking an account of the population of Great Britain, and the increase or diminution thereof." 2 vols. in 3, folio. [4], 503; [2], 509-547, [1], 13; [4], 459, [1], 13pp. The final 13 pages in Vol. I, part 2 duplicated in Vol. II. [London: His Majesty's Stationery Office], 1801-2. 322 x 198 mm. (Vol. I, part 2 measures 304 x 203 mm.). Half calf, marbled boards ca. 1802; Vol. I, part 2 in modern half calf to match; slight wear and darkening to spines. Very good set apart from some soiling in Vol. I, part 2. Engraved armorial bookplate of Tory politician John Pollexfen Bastard (1756-1816) in two of the three volumes. First Edition of the First English Census. Rickman, a British government official and statistician, drafted the bill that became the 1800 Census Act, which established for the first time a national decennial census of Britain's general population. Rickman had been arguing for a national census since at least 1798, claiming that it would provide essential information to Britain's political, military and industrial leaders-as well as giving a stimulus to the life insurance business! His arguments were given an additional boost with the publication of Malthus's Essay on the Principle of Population (1798), which spurred concerns about Britain's population and helped to break down resistance to the idea of compiling national population statistics. After the Census Bill passed Rickman helped to carry out the first four British censuses, which included not only a population count but also the collection and analysis of parish register returns. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Versuche den Galvanismus zur Heilung einiger Krankheiten anzuwenden.

      Berlin, Myliussischen Buchhandlung, 1801, Kl.8, 256 pp., 2 gefalt. Kupferstichtafel, mit Deckblatt der original Broschur im Pappband der Zeit schönes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe! Ausgehend von den Versuchen seines Freundes Alexander von Humboldt unternahm Carl Johann Grapengiesser (1773-1813) aus Parchim, war Mitglied des Colegiums Med.-Chirurgicum., Leibarzt des Kronprinzen und konsultierender Arzt des Königs von Preussen, zahlreiche Versuche, um die Heilkraft der Elektrizität zu untermauern. Große Erfolge erzielte er dabei insbesondere bei Amaurose, Taubheit, Lähmungen u.a. Er starb als Chefarzt eines Kriegslazaretts an Typhus. First Edition - fine and well preserved copy , with the original Front wrapper bound in. "Grapengiesser was the first physician to use Volta"s "pile", the first battery, which Volta first described in print in 1800. Grapengiesser "noted that in paralyzed muscle excitability could be so poor that 150 elements were necessary to produce contraction. He placed conductors on moistened skin and found by trial and error that the best results were obtained with the zinc pole placed over the nerve trunk and the other pole over the branches of the nerve. He also noted that contraction occurred on the make and break of the circuit" Licht, History of Electrotherapy Grapengiesser was physician to the Crown Prince of Prussia, and he had intended to write a general history of Galvanism. Upon learning that Augustin had embarked on a similar project, he decided to confine to his own experiments on the application of electric currents to the treatment of disease. During the campaign against Napoleon, Grappengiesser caught typhus and he died all to young in 1813. His book met an immediate demand and was sold out within weeks a second edition appeared already a year later in 1802.Garrison & Morton No. 1988.1 Waller 3702 Hirsch-H. II, p.832ff. Ronalds p., 208 Bakken catalogue p. 210 Licht, pp.24-25, No. 333Mottelay p.269, 325, 326m 330, 332, 419 NUC records four locations, NLM, Yale Medical School, John Crerar and U.S.Naval Academy, Annapolis Not in Wellcome

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        Archaeologische Hefte, oder Abbildungen zur Erläuterung des classischen Alterthums, aus alten zum Theil noch unbekannten Denkmählern, für Studirende und Kunstfreunde. 1. Teil.

      Weimar, Industrie-Comptoir 1801. 24,5 x 20,5 cm. 4 gest., bzw. radierte, gezählte Taf. (I-V), dav. 1 koloriert u. 1 ausfaltb. Doppeltaf. (IV-V), 4 Bll. Marmorierter Kartoneinband, Papierüberzug schadhaft, Tafeln gut erhalten. Mit e. handschriftlichen u. e. gestempelten Besitzvermerk am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt avers (A. Wilbrandt. Dr. Heimeran ? ). Vgl. ADB 3,205ff. - einziges erschienenes Heft der Reihe welches der bekannte u. auch umstrittene Weimarer Philologe u. Pädagoge B. (1760-1835) als Beilage zur ebenfalls eingestellten Schriftenreihe ?Archaeologisches Museum? herauszugeben beabsichtigte. Zum Schweizer Maler und Autor, Heinrich M. (1760-1732), gen. ?Goethe-Meyer?, der die Tafeln gestaltete, vgl. Thieme-B. 24,476f. Aus der Bibliothek des Schriftstellers u. Verlegers Ernst Heimeran (1902-1955). Versand D: 15,00 EUR

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        Fidel im Wachthäusgen". E. Gedicht (22 Zeilen) mit U. ("Amalie").

      O. O. u. D. - 1 S. Gr.-4to. "Ein Bild von Treu und Häuslichkeit | Darf sich dir wohl, o Freundin, zeigen; | Ist ihm doch jene Tugend eigen, | Die höhern Werth Dir selbst verleiht. | Wenn Gleichmuth, Güte, Heiterkeit, | Dich Nachsicht und Verschwiegenheit, | Zur liebenswürd'gen Freundin prägen; | So sucht die Poesie verlegen | Der sich kein bessres Gleichniß baut [.]". - Einer dreizeiligen zeitgen. Notiz zufolge, die sich am oberen Rand der Verso-Seite befindet, ist die Adressatin des Gedichts Henriette von Bardeleben. - Die Nichte von Charlotte von Stein schrieb Lyrik, Balladen und Versepen, die Schiller z. T. in seinen "Musenalmanach" und in die "Horen" aufnahm; "Goethe überarbeitete mit ihr das Epos ‚Die Schwestern von Lesbos' (1801). Nach der Heirat 1803 folgte sie ihrem Gatten nach Stockholm. 1810 zurückgekehrt, lebte sie in Heidelberg und Berlin, 1814-16 nochmals in Schweden, dann endgültig in Berlin, wo sie dem Kreis um Bettina von Arnim angehörte. Ihrem ersten Schwedenaufenthalt ließ Helvig das von katholisierenden und altdeutschen Tendenzen getragene ‚Taschenbuch der Sagen und Legenden' (1812; Mitherausgeber Fouqué) folgen. Ihr zweites ‚Taschenbuch' (1817) gestaltete nordische Themen. Helvigs Übersetzung der ‚Frithiofs-Sage' (1826) Esaias Tegnérs fand Goethes Anerkennung" (DBE). - Etwas knittrig und fleckig und mit kleinen Einrissen im Mittelfalz; die Recto-Seite mit kleiner Sammlungsnummer in rotem Farbstift ("B.10."); mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt.

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        Canonik des Verstandes und der Vernunft. Ein Commentar ueber Immanuel Kants Logik. Wien, Anton Doll

      1801 - First Edition. 8vo, xviii, 366pp, later pinkish marbled boards, with original label on spine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Practical Observations on Angling, in the River Trent.

      Newark: S. and I. Ridge. 1801. 12mo. Original paper-backed brown marbled boards, in custom-made light brown buckram fall-down-back box with red morocco gilt lettering piece to spine; pp x + 12-130; baords a little bumped, very good. Provenance: with label of J. Higginbotham, Fishing rod and tackle maker, No. 91 Strand, London, to bottom margin of p. 11. Higginbotham may have been the original seller of this copy. First edition. Scarce. Written from twenty years of experience of fishing on the Trent. Westwood & Satchell p. 211.

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        Abbildungen des menschlichen Auges.

      Frankfurt am Mai, bei Varentrapp und Wenner, 1801, Folio, X, 110 pp., 16 Kupferstichtafeln, davon 8 Umrisstafeln, im feinen Halbledereinband der Zeit: St.a. Tit., die ersten und letzten Seiten etwas fleckig. First Edition of this important Milestone of Ophthalmology! Samuel Thomas Soemmerring (1755-1830) "is best remembered for his fine anatomical illustrations, of which those devoted to the human eye are a good example".Ludwig Choulant declared this book "Soemmerring's most perfect work" which with Zinn's monograph formed the basis for all modern research on the structure of the eye."Soemmering explains in the preface to his book (1801) that the "Abbildungen des menschlichen Auges" originated from drawings which he himself had made from anatomical preparations or he had made the first sketches which then had been elaborated on. He declares that he did not spare time nor effort nor cost in order to produce these anatomical illustrations which should enable one to obtain a more correct and more precise picture of the natural and healthy structures of the eye. This should be of benefit when investigating the function of the eye as well as for the treatment of eye diseases. I first thought this to be more of a hobby but then I had the advantage of getting access to a number of human corpses and the cooperation of the excellent artist Chr. Koeck who could follow my ideas in a splendid way. My teaching obligations gave me a certain amount of free time and I was supported by many encouraging friends. Each plate shows the illustration in lines to which letters and numbers are attached explaining the various structures. Another illustration is then reproduced in various shades of white and black. The first plate illustrates the healthy living eye. "The eye of a man is in general round, thick and strong the eye of a woman is more elongated, flat, gentle, thin and pleasant." The conjunctiva of a Negro is never as white, clear and transparent as that of a European the iris is so dark brown that at a certain distance it can hardly be distinguished from the pupil. In the eye of an albino the iris seems to be discontinuous so that the red color of the fundus can be seen not only through the pupil but also through these tissue defects. The eyes of albinos were in constant movement and even the iris made quicker than normal motions. During sleep the lids are closed in such a fashion that the upper lid is farther downward on the temporal side than nasally the eye is somewhat rolled upward and the lower lid usually keeps its skin fold the lashes cross each other. The second plate illustrates the lids, the muscles, the nerves (as they have never been shown previously), the arteries and veins and the lacrimal apparatus. The third and fourth plates show the extraocular muscles with their nerves and blood vessels. The fifth plate shows the details of the interior of the eye. "I probably would never have noticed the central hole in the retina had I not had the chance to examine the eyes of a young man who had recently drowned." - "In the center of the retina is a very conspicuous round hole with a golden yellow margin around which blood vessels form a beautiful wreath." (Compare 723, Buzzi, 1782.) - "I shall skip the differences between a hyperopic and a myopic eye". - The four main branches of the central vein are correctly illustrated, the corresponding arteries are still somewhat incompletely sketched. The seventh plate shows the orbit and the eighth the profile of the eye seen from the left it also shows a vertical cross section through the closed lids, the eyeball and the orbit. It has been reproduced often in various books on ophthalmology." F.C.Blodi/ Hirschberg 464Garrison & Morton No.1489 Hirschberg 464 Becker Collection Nr.348

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        The Magus, or Celestial Intelligencer; Being a Complete System of Occult Philosophy. In Three books: Containing the Antient and Modern Practice of the Cabalistic Art, Natural and Celestial Magic, etc; shewing the wonderful Effects that may be performed by a Knowledge of the Celestial Influences, the occult Properties of Metals, Herbs, and Stones, and the Application of Active to Passive Principles. Exhibiting the Sciences of Natural Magic; Alchymy, or Hermetic Philosophy; also the Nature Creation, and Fall

      London: Knight and Compton. Very Good. 1801 [1875]. Hardcover. Quarter morocco. Head to spine repaired some time ago. Fading flying dragon illustration to spine. Chips to head of spine. (See image) Stains to title page gutter. 1875 reprint of 1801 edition. Frontispiece of author. 22 engraved plates in total; 5 hand-colored. Some soiling to title page at hinge. Bookplate to front pastedown. ; 9 x 11 inches; 373 pages .

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        Stammbuch or Friendship Book of Julius Richter. Meissen / Dresden. 1801-1842.

      [ALBUM AMICORUM] RICHTER, Julius. Stammbuch or Friendship Book of Julius Richter. Meissen / Dresden. 1801-1842. Landscape format, approx 120mm x 205mm. Pale blue silk covered box worn, some staining, with gilt floral decoration containing over 50 items including a folded watercolour and poem, 2 delicate watercolours of roses, a pencil sketch, a lock of hair and ribbon in a fold of paper, letters, inscriptions and poems. A fine collection of personal messages and thoughts. Called an Album Amicorum (Book of Friends) or Stammbuch (Friendship book), these books were popular with students in Germany and Central Europe through until the mid 19th century. The examples that we have had previously used small decorated boxes imitating a bound volume ( as in this example) instead of an album, and usually in an oblong format. This is the largest example of this type that we have handled. There are numerous entries of pupils and teachers of the Royal Saxon Landesschule Sankt Afra in Meissen, including (Friedrich) Maxim. Oertel (an historian in St. Afra) and Karl Justis Wilhelm Kreyssig (Latin professor in St. Afra). Most entries are dated St. Afra 1822-29. Some inscribers recall the common "brotherhood", which may be a precursor of the student association "Leipziger Landsmannschaft Afrania", founded in 1839. In addition there are some earlier entries from Meissen and Pforta, dated 1801-1804. Among the letters there is one from Richter's father ("Richter / an der Liecke", with the title "Lieber Julius!"), also a humorous 3 page poem "Der Berliner Ballonhandler".

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        13 letters signed.

      Vienna, 1797 to 1801. - 4to. Altogether 12 pp. on 26 ff. A collection of letters to a privy councillor named Schotten.

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        Saggio di Osservazioni e d'Esperienze sulle principali Malattie degli Occhi.

      Pavia, B. Comino, 1801, Large 4,(2), XI, (1), 288 pp., 1 fl. "Errori", engraved frontis. portrait *) and three fine engraved plates, rebacked gold tooled contemp halfleather binding extra strong paper, very fine copy. First edition of the first textbook on the subject to be published in the Italian language Antonio Scarpa (1752-1832) has been called "the father of Italian ophthalmology." "In this work Scarpa first described the operation of iridodialysis. The chapters on diseases of the vessels in the eye, on cataract, and on staphyloma are particularly noteworthy. Scarpa's books were all superbly illustrated with his own drawings and the plates in this work, engraved by Faustino Anderloni, bear witness to Scarpa's artistic talent. Duke-Elder considered this the greatest work on ophthalmology that had appeared up to its time." Becker Garrison considered Scarpa's illustrations to be the "crown and flower of achievement in anatomic pen-drawing." Scarpa "himself trained the famous Faustino Anderloni (St.to become the engraver of his illustrations. The latter's brother, Pietro Anderloni, assisted Faustino in the beginning. His anatomic prints are therefore models of anatomic representation as regards faithful differentiation of the tissues, correctness of form, and the utmost perfection of engraving. They rank with Soemmerring's illustrations and even surpasse them in respect of the vigor of the engravings.ct of the vigor of the engravings." Choulant, p. 298."This classic work on ophthalmology remained the standard text for several decades, going through several editions and translations. It established Scarpa's reputation as a leading ophthalmologist and is especially notable for its copperplate engravings of the anatomy of the eye, drawn by the anatomist". Heirs... *) "Dagegen findet sich ein Bildnis (Portrait) seiner Abhandlung über die Augenkrankheiten (Pavia, Comino, 1801) vorgeheftet, welches von seinem Stecher Anderloni (St. Eufermia bei brescia 1766-1847 Pavia) nach einem Gemälde des Mailänder Künstlers Gaetano Gattaneo (gestorben 1841 Triest) ausgeführt wurde, der in späteren Jahren als Numismatiker bekannt war. Es befindet sich nur in dieser Erstausgabe in Großquart und ging auch hier in den meisten Exemplaren verloren. Diese Ausgabe enthält übrigens auch zwei schöne Tafeln zur Anatomie des Auges. Die kleineren italienischen Nachdrucke dieser Arbeit in Oktav (Venedig 1805 und 1811) enthalten nur kleinere, unsignierte Nachstiche dieses schönen Bildnisses von Scarpa aus jungen Jahren. " WegenerGarrison-Morton 5835 Waller 8543 Becker coll. 327 Norman 1899 Heirs of Hippocrates 1106 R.N. Wegener, Das Anatomenbildnis (1939), pp.117-118

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        Tales of Wonder

      Printed by W. Bulmer & Co, London, for the author., 1801. First edition. Royal octavo. Two volumes: pp [viii], 1- 236; [viii], 237-482, [1] advert. Period binding of full marbled calf with intricate gilt decoration, leather title-labels, marbled edges and endpapers. In the middle of each cover is a gilt monogram initial 'D' surmounted by a winged crown.The first known anthology of horror verse, comprising work by Sir Walter Scott, Robert Southey, Lewis himself and various others. The gothic elements for which the book is celebrated are concentrated in the first volume.On each front pastedown is an engraved armorial bookplate (Frederick Leigh Colvile). One the first blank of the first volume is the inscription, ''from my Uncle Chandos Leigh''. Frederick Leigh Colvile was a vicar, author and antiquary who lived in Warwickshire. His uncle Chandos Leigh was a schoolfriend of Lord Byron and was himself a minor poet. The family home of Stoneleigh Abbey was visited by Jane Austen in 1806 and there is reason to suppose that it provided the basis for her descriptions in Mansfield Park of the chapel at Sotherton Court.A few stains in the margins of the first volume. Upper joint of second volume cracking. A very good set interesting both in binding and provenance.

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        Voyage a la cote occidentale d’Afrique, fait dans les années 1786 et 1787 contenant la description des moeurs, usage, lois, gouvernement et commerce des Etats du Congo... Suivi d’un voyage fait au cap de Bon-Espérance... Tome premier (et Tome second)

      Dentu, 1801. 8vo (cm. 21), 2 Voll., 2 c.nn., 32 pp., XXVIII-226 pp.; 2 cc.nn., 320 pp. Con complessive 2 carte geografiche, 1 pianta e 8 tavv. rip. f.t. Bross. coeve con titolo su etichetta cartacea al ds. (mancanze). Fresco esemplare in barbe con arricciature agli angoli delle prime ed ultime carte e qualche rara fioritura. Edizione originale. Resoconto di viaggio del capitano negriero de Grandpré che operò a sud del Congo in seguito al rinnovato interesse colonialista francese per il commercio dei prigionieri provenienti da quella zona e dall’Angola. Presente un vocabolario congolese alle pp. 156-162 del primo tomo. Le belle tavole - anche più volte ripiegate - raffigurano costumi e riti delle popolazioni locali. Le due carte geografiche si riferiscono alla costa dell’Angola e al Capo di Buona Speranza e suoi dintorni mentre la pianta è relativa alla cittadella fortificata di Città del Capo. Raro. Presente - secondo ICCU - in tre sole biblioteche italiane.

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        Neues Natur- und Kunstlexikon, enthaltend die wichtigsten und gemeinnützigsten Gegenstände aus der Naturgeschichte, Naturlehre, Chemie und Technologie. 3 Bände + 1 Supplementband (= Komplett).

      Weimar, Verlage des Industrie-Comptoirs, 1801-1805. Zum bequemen Gebrauch insonderheit auch für Ungelehrte und für gebildete Frauenzimmer ausgearbeitet. 1203 S., 1 Bl.; 891 S., 1 Bl.; 1186 S., 1 Bl., 208 S., 3 Bl., Halblederbände der Zeit mit je 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Rückengoldverzierung, Lederecken und illustr. Vorsätzen. Erste Ausgabe. - 1. Band: A (Aal) - J (Juwelenkäfer), 2. Band K (Kaneljau) - R (Ruß), 3. Band: S (Saame) - Z (Zypresse), 4. Band: Supplementband enthaltend Berichtigungen und Nachträge, einen Linneischen Nomenclator und ein deutsches Synonymen-Register. Einbände bestoßen. Innen stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Lexikon, Lexika, Nachschlagewerk, 19. Jahrhundert, Naturwissenschaft, Kulturgeschichte, Kunst, Technik, L.

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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.

      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.

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        The Persian Moonshee

      Jan 01, 1801. Leather Bound. Good. London: Published by Oriental Press by Wilson and Co., 1801. By Francis Gladwin, ESQ. (300 × 230 mm). Rebound Late 19th-century brown leather, raised bands to spine with 6 ropework fillets gilt, Folding verb table. Contents lightly toned with occasional faint spotting as usual, tan-burn to endpapers from turn-ins, A very good copy. London edition of Gladwin's Persian grammar, Part II comprises a series of illustrative ""Hikayati Luteef"" (""sweet stories""), with Part III, ""Phrases and dialogues in Persian and English"", excised for this edition. The ""Moonshee"" (from the Persian ""munshi"", an honorific given to skilled linguists and clerks) was first published in Calcutta in 1795. ""The most frequently published author in late eighteenth-century Calcutta, Gladwin was responsible for dictionaries and vocabularies, translations of Persian histories, collections of stories and revenue accounts, treatises on medicine and rhetoric, and a Persian version of an abridgement of the biblical history None of this activity is likely to have been lucrative. Gladwin confessed to spending heavily in acquiring manuscripts. Publication costs in India were notoriously high and the market was very restricted. Success depended largely on the willingness of the East India Company to purchase multiple copies"" (ODNB).

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        ODES PINDARICAS,

      - POSTHUMAS DE ELPINO NONACRIENSE. COIMBRA, na Imprensa da Universidade, 1801. In 6º de 14x8,3 cm. com 258, [ii] págs. Encadernação da época inteira de pele, com ferros a ouro, de belo desenho, na lombada, título gravado a ouro sobre rótulo vermelho. Exemplar com dano no pé da folha de rosto sem perda de texto. Rara 1ª edição das odes pindáricas, ou seja escritas sob o modelo das odes do célebre poeta grego Píndaro, conjunto de poemas de grande fôlego que exaltam heróis de Portugal como Vasco da Gama e navegadores e guerreiros da epopeia portuguesa. Inclui também poemas de tipo cortesão em louvor de D. José e de membros da corte contemporâneos do autor. Foram reeditadas em Lisboa, 2 volumes, 1815 e 1817, Londres, 1820, e na edição da Vanda Anastácio de 1998. António Dinis da Cruz e Silva (Lisboa, Freguesia de Santa Catarina 1731- Rio de Janeiro 1800) Cavaleiro da Ordem de S. Bento de Avis, Doutor em direito civil pela Universidade de Coimbra, seguiu a carreira da magistratura sendo na data do falecimento Chanceler da Relação do Rio de Janeiro. Foi poeta de muito mérito, deixando a maior parte da sua obra inédita. Pertenceu à Arcádia Protuguesa com o nome de Elpino Nonacriense. Inocêncio I, 123: ODES PINDARICAS posthumas d?Elpino Nonacriense. Coimbra, na Imp. da Univ. 1801. 16.º de 258 pag. Location/localizacao: 3-A4-D-58

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        Reise nach der westlichen Küste von Africa.in den Jahren 1786 und 1787.

      Industrie-Comptoirs,Weimar 1801 - in den Jahren 1786 und 1787.u. Barrow, Johann. Reisen durch die inneren Gegenden des südlichen Africa in den Jahren 1797 und 1798. Aus dem Französichen bzw. aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von M. C. Sprengel. Weimar, im Verlage des Industrie-Comptoirs 1801. 1 Bl., XXI, 120 S.-XX, 400 S. Mit 1 mehrfach gefalteten Tabelle, 1 mehrfach gefalteten gestochenen Karte u. 1 Textholzschnitt (Einhorn). Pappband d. Zt. mit 2 Rückenschildern.-Bibliothek der neuesten und wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen Bd. 5. - I: Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Henze II, 387. - Kainbacher 39. - Degrandepré stellte Beobachtungen über Natur und Produkte, Sitten und Gebräuche der Eingeborenen und nicht zuletzt über die Handelsverhältnisse, insbesondere den Sklavenhandel an (Henze). - II: Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Henze 174 - Engelmann I, 116. - Kainbacher 16. - Der Engländer John Barrow (1764-1848) gab als erster eine vollständige Beschreibung der Kap-Kolonie und . lieferte die erste (gedruckte) Karte, die das östliche Kap mit reichem Detail darstellt. (Henze). Beschrieben werden seine ersten Reisen durch die östl. Great Karoo zu der Drostei Graaff-Reinet, zum Fluß Oranje und ins Naquama-Land. - Die Tabelle mit einem Verzeichnis der brauchbaren Bäume am Kap, die Karte zeigt das Vorgebirge der Guten Hoffnung. - In der gleichen Reihe erschien 1805 noch ein zweiter Band (hrsg. von Th. F. Ehrmann). - Beide Teile vollständig, jedoch verbunden (1 Bl., XXI, 400 S., XX, 120 S.). - Gutes, fleckenfreies Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité élémentaire d'arithmétique, à l'usage de l'École Centrale des Quatre-Nations. [Relié avec] Élemens d'algèbre

      A Paris, chez Duprat [de l'Imprimerie de Crapelet], an IX : 1801 [et] 1800, in-8, XII-157-[4]-XXIII-303-[1] pp, 3 tableaux dépliants, basane tabac de l'époque, dos lisse et fleuronné, pièces de titre vertes, triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats et petites fleurs d'angle, Sans les faux-titres et la liste des écoles centrales au verso. Troisième édition. Traité élémentaire d'arithmétique, publié pour la première fois en 1797, et seconde édition des Éléments d'algèbre. Sylvestre-François Lacroix (1765-1843) fut titulaire de la chaire de mathématiques à l'École militaire jusqu'à sa dissolution, puis il enseigna les science à l'École Royale d'Artillerie de Besançon et les mathématiques à l'École Centrale de Paris, tout juste créée et installée au Collège des Quatre-Nations ; il assista son mentor, Monge, pour ses cours de géométrie descriptive à l'École Normale et il publia, avant même son inventeur, le premier traité sur cette nouvelle discipline. Lacroix est surtout connu pour son Traité sur le calcul différentiel paru en 1797-1798. DSB VII, pp. 549 et suiv. Plats légèrement tachés et frottés.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Cotta").

      Baden, 29. VII. 1801. - 2 SS. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. 4to. Von der Forschung vermisstes Schreiben an den (nicht namentlich genannten) österreichischen Staatskanzler Fürst Metternich, der wegen kritischer Artikel mit dem Verbot von Cottas "Allgemeiner Zeitung" gedroht hatte: "Euer Durchlaucht huldvolles Schreiben v. 13ten dieß. ist mir erst hier bei der Rückkehr von einer Geschäftsreise nach Mainz zugekommen und ich bitte daher die Verspätung meiner Antwort gnädigst zu entschuldigen. Was Euer Durchlaucht über die große Kriegs- und Friedensfrage und daß die Österreichische Regierung an der Spize der Friedeliebenden stehe - mir in diesem Schreiben zu eröffnen geruhten, ist längst meine Überzeugung und muß auch die eines Jeden seyn, der mit unbefangenem Blick die Welt-Ereigniße beobachtet und die politische und diplomatische Handlungsweise von Höchstdenselben daraus zu entnemen weiß - er kan nur Euer Durchlaucht umsichtigen, klugen, festen und kräftigen Leitung in so schwierigen Zeiten voll Bewunderung zollen. Indem ich zu diesen gehöre, darf ich dieß auch vom Redacteur der Allgemeinen Zeitung [Karl Joseph Stegmann] versichern, und daß er in dem vorliegenden Falle auf keine Weise anstossen wollte, ist nicht zu bezweifeln, auch glaubt er dieß durch Aufnahme des Artikels im Österreichischen Beobachter mit seinem Zusaze bewiesen zu haben. Inzwischen habe ich ihm sogleich das Erforderliche mitgetheilt und er wird diesen so wie jeden Wink, den Euer Durchlaucht uns wollen zukommen lassen, gewiß aufs sorgfältigste beachten. - Höchstdieselbe sind, wie ich hoffe, von diesen unseren Gesinnungen überzeugt, Sie besizen Selbst in der neuesten Zeit die Belege davon, indem die Ungarischen Komitatsadressen zurückgehalten wurden, unerachtet dieß dem Institute zum Nachtheil gereichte und zum Vorwurf gemacht wurde. Von etwas früherer Zeit will ich mir nur erlauben, den gänzlichen Ausschluß des fameusen Hormayers anzuführen, der mich dagegen überall, selbst bei Euer Durchlaucht, zu verläumden sucht. So sehr ich die Warnung gegen diesen Menschen, so sehr ich jeden Wink, den mir Euer Durchlaucht wollen zukommen lassen, mit dem wärmsten, unterthänigsten Dank erkenne, so sehr bedaure ich aber, daß ich ich nicht wenigstens durch [Josef Anton] Pilat, öfters dergleichen erhalte. Denn die Redaction der Allgemeinen Zeitung wird zuverlässig Alles, was mit dem Zweck und Bestehen dieses Instituts nur vereinbar ist, gerne beachten. Euer Durchlaucht werden also auch mit mir die Überzeugung theilen, daß unsre Zeit auch für ein solches Institut eine kritische ist, und daß viele Klugheit und Umsicht dazu gehört, demselben seinen Charakter der Wahrheit, Unpartheilichkeit und Allgemeinheit zu erhalten, das Möglichste dabei zu beachten und doch eine eine gewichtige Stimme für die öffentliche Meinung demselben zu erhalten [.]". - Nachdem sich Metternich bereits Ende 1828 bei Cotta über österreichkritische Artikel in der "Allgemeinen Zeitung" beschwert hatte (wofür sich der Herausgeber am 17. 12. 1828 brieflich entschuldigte), wandte sich der Staatskanzler im Sommer 1831 erneut an Cotta. Mit Schreiben vom 13. Juli beschuldigte er ihn, "sich nicht um die inhaltliche Tendenz, sondern nur um den wirtschaftlichen Erfolg der Zeitung zu kümmern, und drohte wiederum mit dem Verbot der AZ in Österreich, sollte sich die Zeitung nicht dazu bereit finden, ausschließlich österreichfreundliche Artikel zu drucken. Ursachen für den neuerlichen Verweis waren Artikel, die Metternichs Meinung nach 'falsche Ansichten über die friedlichen Zwecke der österreichischen Politik' verbreiteten" (M. Breil, Die Augsburger "Allgemeine Zeitung" und die Pressepolitik Bayerns [Tübingen 1996], S. 175). Während die Forschung noch unlängst konstatieren musste, eine "Entgegnung Johann Friedrich Cottas hierauf oder eine Reaktion der Redaktion [sei] nicht erhalten" (ebda.), bildet der vorliegende Brief unzweifelhaft diese vermisste Entgegnung. - Alte Faltspuren; von tadelloser Erhaltung.

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        Wirthschafts-Erfahrungen in den Gütern Gusow und Platkow (4 Bände).

      Berlin, Maurer, 1801/04. - Mit 1 kolorierten gefalteten Karte, 2 Blatt, IV, 102 Seiten, 169 Seiten (Tabellen); IV, IV, 265 Seiten, 128 Seiten (Tabellen); 1 Blatt, 131 Seiten, 71 Seiten (Tabellen); VI, 129 Seiten, 112 Seiten (Tabellen), Halblederbände der Zeit, 23,5 x 20,5 cm, Gut erhalten. Detailllierte Beschreibung der Bewirtschaftung der Güter Gusow und Platkow durch Friedrich Heinrich Graf von Posewils (1746 bis 1804). Das Gut und das Schloss Gusow waren seit 1744 im Besitz des Adelsgeschlechts von Posewils. Friedrich Heinrich ließ einen englischen Landschaftspark anlegen und betrieb eine anerkannte Musterwirtschaft auf seinen Besitzungen, er war u.a. Mitglied der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Berlin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires de . sur la Révolution Française

      Chez Giguet, Paris 1801 - First edition printed from the original manuscript. Depuis son origine jusqu'ê la retraite du Duc de Brunswick; Imprimés sur le manuscrit original revu et corrigé par l'auteur, peu de tems avant sa mort augmenté de notes et pièces essentielles qui ne se trouvent pas dans l'édition anglaise. Engraved frontispiece portrait. 2 vols. 12mo. Bouillé was a French general who served in the West Indies and distinguished himself as a commander of French forces in the American Revolution; he was the cousin of La Fayette. He was also Lieutenant-General of the Royal forces in the days of the French Revolution, and remained loyal to the King, playing a major role in the plan for Louis XVI's escape which ended in the King's arrest at Varennes. Bouillé escaped to England where he supported the royalist cause, and where he died in 1800.These Memoires were first published in London in 1794 in translation; they were then re-translated from the English into French and published there in 1798. According the publisher of this edition, Bouillé's family, which consigned the original manuscript to him, claims that the English translation was faulty, filled with errors, incomplete, and disavowed by Bouillé himself. Contemporary sprinkled calf, richly gilt spines with black leather labels, marbled endpapers. Upper joints starting but sound, corner a little rubbed, else very good Depuis son origine jusqu'ê la retraite du Duc de Brunswick; Imprimés sur le manuscrit original revu et corrigé par l'auteur, peu de tems avant sa mort augmenté de notes et pièces essentielles qui ne se trouvent pas dans l'édition anglaise. Engraved frontispiece portrait. 2 vols. 12mo First edition printed from the original manuscript. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Pyramiden of wonderlyke lotgevallen van Buonaparte in de ruinen van Memphis in Aegypten (...) volgens eenen origineelen brief des eersten consuls, gevolgd naar een Hoogduitsche vertaaling van Theodorus Flammberg. 2e druk, Groningen, Eekhoff, 1801.

      Origineel papieren omslag, 28 pag. Volgens het voorwoord door Napoleon zelf geschreven. Het boekje beschrijft hoe Napoleon en zijn vrienden Brakonelli en Fleureux verdwaalen in een pyramide.

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        THE HISTORY OF GOODY TWO SHOES, with her means of acquiring learning, wisdom, and riches. [Price Sixpence.]

      [2], 84 pages. Illustrated with a copper-engraved frontispiece, and twenty-nine small woodcuts within the text. Original marbled boards sometime re-backed with cloth and with the addition of a hand-written label. 120 x 80 mm. Corners a little worn; joint between frontispiece and title repaired; else a very good copy. See Darton G394(60..

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        Sul commercio de' commestibili e caro prezzo del vitto. Opera storico-teorico-popolare di Melchiorre Gioja istoriografo della repubblica Cisalpina. Tomo primo (-secondo)

      Pirotta e Maspero, 1801. 2 voll. in 16, pp. 275 + (1); 226 + (2). Legatura in mz. tl. coeva. Prima edizione di questa nota opera di Gioja in cui l'A. analizza le ragioni che hanno portato all'aumento di prezzi dei commestibilisottolineando come la crescente prosperita' fosse la causa del crescente prezzo delle merci. Gioia passa quindi in rassegna circa otto mila grida promulgate in Lombardia, sottolineandone incogruenze e inefficacia. ITA

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        THE INFANTS' CABINET of INSECTS.

      Comprising of a wooden box with a sliding lid bearing a pictorial hand-coloured pastedown, 26 of 28 hand-coloured engraved cards, and one [of two] miniature book, of thirty pages, plus I page of ad's.Lacks volume II, and two cards; some soiling to the cards and pages of the book, but a good copy of a rare item. See Alderson, the Quarterly Journal of the Private Libraries Association [Vol 6. No. 1 Spring 1983] .[13876]

      [Bookseller: David Miles Books]
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        Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence, through the Continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the years 1789 and 1793. With a preliminary account of the fur trade of that country.

      London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1801.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to. 27cm, the First Edition, cxxxii,412p., engraved frontis portrait by P. Cond after T. Lawrence and 3 engraved folding maps, (some expert repairs on the folds of the large route map), average toning to the text, the large general map expertly restored along the folds, expertly bound in contemporary style half speckled tan brown calf, gilt decorated raised bands, gilt device decorations in the panels, black calf label gilt titles, marbled boards, armorial engraved bookplate, some slight toning to the text otherwise a near fine copy in attractive fine binding. T.P.L. 658. Lande 1317. Sabin 43414. Strathern 343. Peel 25. Gagnon 2190. Morgan p240. Hill p187. First edition of the classic narrative of the first white man to cross the continent. . "the earliest expedition made by a white man in this direction. His investigations, although pursued at so early a period of Arctic exploration, were remarkable for their accuracy; Sir John Franklin more than once expressed his surprise at being able to corroborate their correctness in his own explorations. Some Indian vocabularies are included. (Sabin). Mackenzie's journals recount his two expeditions undertaken on behalf of the North West Company in their attempt to break the Hudson's Bay Company's monopoly of the fur trade. The first expedition, in 1879, from Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabaska down what is now known as the Mackenzie River to the Arctic constitutes the first trip to the Arctic from the Canadian Prairies. The second, in 1792-93, from Fort Chipewyan over the Rocky Mountains by the Peace and Fraser Rivers to the Pacific, is distinguished as the first overland expedition to reach the Pacific, north of Mexico. The maps are the earliest of certain parts of Canada. Also included is a lengthy account of the development of the fur trade in the North West, generally attributed to the author's cousin, Roderick Mackenzie. .

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        La sagesse humaine, ou Le portrait d'un honnête homme.| Imastut'ün mardkayin, kam Nkaragir arak'inwoy.(Colophon in Armenian only: Venetik [= Venice], Surbn Lazar [= [Monastery of Il] San Lazzaro [degli Armeni]], 1844). Small oblong 24mo (5 x 9.5 cm). With the title and main text printed in parallel French (on the versos in roman type) and Armenian (on the rectos in Armenian type) on facing pages. Original publisher's printed paper wrappers in Armenian only.

      No edition with the Armenian text in: Armenian libraries union catalog; Armenian early printed books 1801-1850; armenology.net; ICCU; KVK; Quérard; WorldCat. Unrecorded French and Armenian edition, the first and only edition to include the Armenian text, of fourteen numbered educational maxims in the form of four-line verses (quatrains), written in French by François de Salignac de La Mothe Fénelon (1651-1715), archbishop of Cambray, probably for the education of Le Petit Dauphin, Louis, Duke of Burgundy (1682-1712) when Fénélon tutored him in the years 1689-1697. It appears here as a school book printed and published by the printing office of the Armenian Catholic (Mkhitarist) monastery, established in 1717 on an island in the Venice lagoon, since known as Il San Lazzaro degli Armeni. In very good condition, with only an occasional small spot or tiny marginal tear, and nearly untrimmed. The wrapper has small tears along the fold (repaired at the head) and some minor stains, but is otherwise also very good.

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        Précis historique du S. Royaume et du Roi de France. Extraits de divers Auteurs établi par ordre chronologique. Louis XVI. 7.eme volume.

      s.n.t. 1801 - Cm. 19,5, pp. 692 (14). Legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorso liscio con titoli e il numero 7 impresso. Ben conservato. Manoscritto carteaceo vergato su entrambi i lati dei fogli in nitida grafia corsiva (20 linee di testo ca. per ciascuna pagina). Si tratta del settimo volume (s se stante) di un più ampio "Précis" sulla storia di Francia e abbraccia, nel suo oggetto, le vicende della rivoluzione Francese, dalla dichiarazione dei diritti dell'uomo e del cittadino alla decapitazione di Luigi XVI. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bilderbuch zum Nutzen und Vergnügen der Jugend. - Porte-Feuille instructif et amusant pour la jeunesse.

      Pichler, Wien 1801 - Neue, grossentheils umgearbeitete und verbesserte Auflage. Erster Band. 26 x 21 cm. Mit 50 altkolorierten Kupfer-Tafeln mit je 1-2 Textblättern. HLdr. der Zeit mit Rückenschild (gering berieben und bestoßen). Wegehaupt I, 136; Nissen ZBI, 340. - Erste Wiener Ausgabe. - "Ohne Zweifel ist das Bertuchsche Bilderbuch eines der großartigsten Werke, die dem Kinderbuchsammler begegnen . Hier beginnt das neuzeitliche denken, die Zielstrebigkeit, mit der im Kinderbuch das moderne Sachbuch vorausgenommen wird. Darüber hinaus gehört es zu den kostbarsten Schätzen des Sammlers illustrierter Bücher" (E. Strobach in Philobiblon XIII (1969), S. 255). - Die schönen, kolorierten Tafeln jeweils mit mehreren Abbildungen von Tieren, Pflanzen, fremden Völkern, Fabeltieren und Gegenständen aus dem Reich der Künste und Wissenschaften. Der Text in Deutsch und Französisch. - In Band 1 werden u.a. abgebildet: Elefant, Giraffe, Affen, Papageien, Muscheln, Fische, Korallen, Schlangen, Metalle, Gewürze und Südfrüchte. - Gut erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [JOSEPH BANKS] The school for satire: or, a collection of modern satirical poems written during the

      present reign. London : Printed and sold by Jaques and Co. Lombard-Street, Fleet-Street, 1801. First edition (reprinted in 1802). Octavo, contemporary half sheep over marbled papered boards (rubbed), spine with gilt lettering and rule, front paste-down with two twentieth century bookplates, bound without the half-title, [vii], 416 pp, (pp 81-96 duplicated in pagination), contents clean and crisp, a very good copy. A collection of sixteen satirical pieces, includingAn Epistle from Oberea, Queen of Otaheite, to Joseph Banks, Esq. (now the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks. K. B. P. C. President of the Royal Society, &c. &c. &c. &c.). Translated by T. Q. Z. Esq. Professor of the Otaheite Language in Dublin, and of all the Languages in the undiscovered Islands in the South Sea. Enriched with historical and explanatory Notes. An Epistle from Oberea, first published in 1774, is a satire written in verse imitating the style of Ovid, on the imagined romantic liaison between the Queen of Tahiti and Sir Joseph Banks. It was published anonymously, but is now generally accepted to be the work of Scott-Waring, a major in the British East India Company. The school for satire is unrecorded in Australian collections.

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        Révolution Française ou analyse complete et impartiale du MONITEUR suivie d'une table alphabétique des personnes et des choses.

      A Paris, chez Girardin, Editeur et Propriétaire, au Cabinet Littéraire, Plais du Tribunal, Galerie des Bons-Enfans, N° 156. Des Presses d'Etienne Charles, imprimeur rue Nicaise, N°513, ci-devant Magasin de l'Opéra. An IX de la République Française, 1801-1802. - 7 tomes en 6 vol. in-4, pleine basane flammée, dos lisse orné de faux-nerfs formés de roulettes ornementées dorées, pièces de titres vertes, tranches bleues mouchetées de noir, reliure ancienne, 2 ff. bl., frontispice gravé par Carafe et gravé en taille-douce par Huet titré "A la Politique, aux Sciences et aux Arts". 1er mors du T.V un peu entamé en tête, les intérieurs sont frais avec qq. rousseurs concentrées essentiellement sur les ff. préliminaires, rares mouillures marginales, bon état d'ensemble. On pouvait compléter cette édition de 60 portraits (optionnels). Réf. bibliographiques : (Tourneux: 10377). Sommaire : ANALYSE DU MONITEUR - Tome premier: Analyse de l'introduction de 1787 à 1789 - N° 1 du 1er mardi 5 mai 1789 au N° 366 du 31 décembre 1792, An I. de la République, 877p - Tome second: N° 1er du 1er janvier (1793) au N° 366 du 6e jour complémentaire (22 sept.), fin de l'an trois de la République et du second volume, 794pp - Tome troisième: N° 1 du 1er vendémiaire (23 septembre) 1795 au Nos. 365-366, des 5e et 6e jour compl. , fin de l'An sept de la République et du troisième Volume (1799). TABLES DU MONITEUR de 1787 jusqu'à l'an 8, de la République (1799). Tome premier: Table alphabétique du Moniteur: Première partie: NOMS D'HOMMES, xi-694pp - Tome second. Deuxième partie: NOMS D'HOMMES, 632pp - Tome troisième: NOMS DES VILLES, 545p, 2 ff. n. ch. - Tome quatrième: TITRES DES MATIERES, 345pp, 3 ff.n.ch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed.

      St. George, Revel Bay [Gulf of Finland], 15. V. 1801. - 4to. 1 p. With fly-leaf bearing address in his handwriting, and his seal (head of Lady Hamilton). Fine autograph letter to "Lady Hamilton, 23 Piccadilly, London". An important letter written when Nelson was Commander-in-Chief in the Baltic, six weeks after the Battle of Copenhagen. The political situation was complicated in that the Russians, while not now openly hostile, were definitely unfriendly. The cold air of the northern latitudes disagreed with Nelson, who had a severe cough and chill, and he was depressed at the separation from Lady Hamilton and concerned about their baby daughter Horatia, who had been born in January. The letter is discreet, evidently because of Nelson's fear that it might fall into other hands, and he employs the deception previously arranged with Lady Hamilton of referring to himself as "Thomson". The tone of the letter is melancholy, and Nelson concludes by quoting the last portion of an equally unhappy letter he had written recently to the First Lord of the Admiralty Lord St. Vincent: "My Dearest Friend, / The Harpy Brig sails tomorrow for England, you will not receive this Line for a fortnight after her arrival. I cannot say a word on Politicks. I expect to find a new Admiral on my return which will be in a very few days, poor Thomson is return'd from Petersburgh he desires his kindest affections to his Wife and familiy [i. e. to Emma Hamilton herself and Horatia] - And ever believe me Your Most attach'd & affectionate / Nelson & Bronte. / Most probably you will never receive this letter I have 3 wrote for you now laying by me, firm as a Rock, finish of 8 lines to Lrd. St. V[incent]. I expect to find a new Ad[mira]l when I return off Bornholm, or most probably you will never see again aff[ectiona]te / N & B".

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