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        Dorothea; or, A Ray of New Light. 2 vols. FIRST DUBLIN EDITION.

      Dublin: Printed by Thomas Burnside, for P. Wogan, H. Colbert, . 1801 - Half titles; C3 (p31-p32) vol. II is torn in half across the middle of the page; while both halves are still present, in a curious piece of mis-binding, the upper portion of the leaf is in the correct position, while the lower half is to be found between C4 & C5, p149 vol. I, though legible, has some printing flaws. Contemp. full mottled calf, maroon & black leather labels; boards sl. bowing, v. sl. rubbing. The London edition, also 1801, was in three volumes; this Dublin edition is in BL only on Copac. Dorothea was published in an anthology of anti-Jacobin novels in 2005, where, unlike the BL's anonymous copy, it was attributed to 'Mrs Bullock'. The work was intended to counter the prevailing trends in late 18th and early 19th century literature for radicalism and social upheaval. It directly challenges the writing of William Godwin, quoting him in several places in an attempt to undermine his political philosophy. The main protagonist, Dorothea, is portrayed as naive, misguided and self-destructive for her devotion to modern thinking. The novel is an anti-radical polemic: "If you are a modern philosopher, the best which I can offer is, for your speedy deliverance from the energetic sublimity of your incomprehensible dogmas; but if you are . a pupil of the old school, be contented, I beseech you, to thank Heaven for your ignorance, and . shut your eyes against the delusions of that ignus fatuus the NEW LIGHT!" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wörterbuch zur Erklärung und Verdeutschung der unserer Sprache aufgedrungenen fremden Ausdrücke. Ein Ergänzungsband zu Adelungs Wörterbuche. Erster und zweiter Band in einem.

      Schulbuchhandlung, Braunschweig 1801 - XVI, 716 S. Großformatiger Kalblederband der Zeit. Mit gestochenem Exlibris "Jean de Jean Faesch." "Dieses Wörterbuch unterscheidet sich von allen ähnlichen Werken, die wir haben, 1. durch einen Grad von Vollständigkeit, den kein anderes erreicht hat, und 2. dadurch, daß die unserer Sprache aufgedrungenen fremden und fremd-artigen Wörter und Redensarten hier nicht bloß erklärt, sondern auch zugleich verdeutscht, d. i. durch echtdeutsche Ausdrücke, die ich dafür nachzuweisen beflissen gewesen bin, so viel möglich ersetzt werden. Das eine oder das andere, gewöhnlich beides zugleich, fehlte bisher allen Werken dieser Art. Ohne Reinheit der Sprache. findet keine allgemeine Belehrung, keine Volksaufklärung oder Volksausbildung statt" (aus dem Vorwort Campes). Man hatte Campe seine anfängliche Begeisterung für die Französische Revolution übelgenommen, so daß er bald große Anstrengungen unternahm, sich vaterlandstreu zu zeigen. Sein Bemühen um die "Reinigung" des Deutschen von französischen Spracheinflüssen trug ihm neben dem Vorwurf des Purismus sogar den Spott Goethes und Schillers ein: "Sinnreich bist du, die Sprache von fremden Wörtern zu säubern, / Nun so sage doch, Freund, wie man Pedant uns verdeutscht." Das erste weiße Blatt mit ausgeschnittenem Namen und der Einband berieben, insgesamt handelt es sich jedoch um ein noch gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité médico-philosophique sur l'aliénation mentale ou la manie

      Paris, Richard, Caille & Ravier, An IX-(1801), in 8°, de LVI-318pp., 1 tableau dépliant et 2 planches h.t., demi-maroquin rouge à grain long époque, à petits coins, dos lisse finement orné, plats papier rouge. Bel exemplaire, rare en reliure de qualité. Edition originale rare de ce grand livre fondateur de la psychiatrie moderne, contenant en détail l'exposé des méthodes d'humanisation du traitement des aliénés. Pinel les détacha de leurs chaînes et les confia à des médecins spécialisés. Devenu médecin-chef de la Salpêtrière en 1795, il y forma une génération de psychiatres dont le plus célèbre fut Esquirol. ¶ Brière de Boismont, des maladies mentales p.693: "Une immortelle réforme du traitement des aliénés." - Garrison Morton 4922: "Garrison considered the above book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to humanitarian treatment of the insane." - Norman, 100 Books Famous in Medicine, 54 - En Français dans le texte 203 - Heirs of Hippocrates, 1070 - Hunter & Macalpine, pp. 602

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        De l'architecture des forteresses ou, De l'art de fortifier les places, et de disposer les Établissemens de tout genre, qui ont rapport à la guerre. Première Partie. Essai sur la fortification.

      Paris, Magimel, 1801.. Octavo. Pp. xii, 698, (2) extended Errata. Plus 8 folding engraved plates bound at end with hundreds illustrations of various fortification designs. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, 2 contrasting gilt morocco lettering-piece to spine, extremities trifle rubbed, small old shelf ticket, old military institutional stamp to verso of title. In a very good condition. Nice, clean copy. ~ First edition. The Encyclopaedia Britannica (11th edition, 1910) has described this book as "one of the more important works on the subject of fortification and siege war", and the book has been listed as such together with the works of the great fortification theoreticians Dürer, de Ville, Coehoorn, Vauban, Noizet, as well as the later writers Plessix and Legrand, Ritter von Brunner, and Delambre. Charles Francois Mandar (1757-1845). Jordan 2337.

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        Opere filosofiche [ed economiche]

      s.e, 1801. Quattro tomi in tre volumi di cm. 13,5, pp. 323 (1); 344; 1-142 (2); (4) 143-396. Ottima legatura coeva in piena perg. rigida; dorso a 5 nervi con titoli su doppio tass. e tagli spruzzati. Traccia di nota ms. al primo frontespizio. Uno dei due tasselli del terzo volume mancante, sporadiche e trascurabili fioriture. Esemplare fresco e ben conservato. Pietro Verri (1728-1797), milanese, fu storico, filosofo e raffinato economista. Insieme al fratello Alessandro, a Cesare Beccaria, Alfonso Longo, Pietro Secchi e altri, fondò la rivista Il Caffè che divenne il punto di riferimento del riformismo illuministico italiano. Prima della morte fu tra i principali protagonisti della fondazione della Repubblica Cisalpina. Questa rara edizione londinese include le seguenti opere: Tomo I. Discorso sull'indole del piacere e del dolore; Discorso sulla felicità. Tomo II. Della economia politica. Tomi III-IV: Sulle leggi vincolanti principalmente nel commercio de' grani. Riflessioni adattate allo Stato di Milano coll'occasione che l'anno 1769. Trattavasi di riformare il Sistema d'annona. Cfr. Cat. Einaudi, 5883; Iccu..

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        Dell'arte dei giardini inglesi. -

      Milano, Genio Tipografico, anno IX (1801). In-4 (26,5 x 21,3 cm.). Legatura coeve in mezza pelle, dorso con titlo impresso in oro. Vignetta sul frontespizio, 29 illustrazioni n.t. e 6 tavv. ripieg. f.t., il tutto inc. in rame. (8), 373, (3) pp.; alcune carte lievemente ossidate; esemplare buono e marginoso. Prima edizione del libro che più di tutti contribuì al diffondersi in Italia del giardino inglese. Dopo aver ricoperto diverse importanti cariche pubbliche a Milano, tra cui quella di sovrintendente della Scala, il conte Ercole Silva dedicò gran parte del suo tempo libero ad abbellire il magnifico parco nella sua villa di Cinisello Balsamo. L'opera interessa pure la storia locale per la descrizione di diversi giardini all'inglese allora esistenti nel milanese. Predari 448. Berlin Kat. 3498. Cicognara 960. Schlosser 684: «La più importante opera italiana sull'argomento». First edition of the work which mostly promoted English garden design into Italy. With a vignette on title, 29 text illus. and 6 engr. folding plates. Very mild browning here and there, otherwise a good copy in contemp. half calf.

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        The naval gazetteer; or, Seaman's complete guide: Containing a full and accurate account, alphabetically arranged, of the several coasts of all the countries . soundings, and stations for anchorage

      T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies [e 1801 - Set of two volumes. All called for maps are present, 17 in total. Full leather bindings, with leather being very heavily worn. Library stickers & flysheets to front endpapers. Vol. I: Waterstain affecting bottom of front board has gone through to front endpapers & frontis folding-map. The rest of the content including the remaining folding maps are bright, clean & Unmarked, so set would be nice once rebound.

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        The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote De La Mancha (in 4 Vols.)

      William Miller, London 1801 - Lavish 1801 translation, bound (by Root & Son of London) in a handsome half-morocco over marbled boards and compete in 4 volumes. Each volume is tight and solid, with very light wear along the spines and a bit of rubbing at the panels. Light, intermittent foxing, otherwise clean as could be internally. Uniform octavos, top-edges gilt. Translated from its original Spanish by Chalres Jarvis, Esq. Very skillful engravings by various artists (including Anker Smith, J. Neagle, Fittler, etc.). Frontispiece engraving of Cervantes by Anker Smith, fold-out "Map of That Part of Spain Which Contains the Travels of Don Quixote" (in Vol. I) present and compeltely intact. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, von 2 Platten gedruckt, anonym, "Post - Charte von Deutschland. Dem grössten Theil von Pohlen, einem grossen Theile von Frankreich und Nord - Italien. - Carte des Postes D'Allemage. D'une grande partie de la Pologne .".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1801, 66,5 x 86 Unten rechts die Titelkartusche, mit Kopftitel in franz. Sprache. Unten links Erklärungen. Zeigt Deutschland mit den umgebenden Staaten.

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        Official copy, in chancery hand, of a land survey (mezhevanie) for territories in the Moscow Oblast, dated July 28, 1786. Copy made between November 17, 1796 and March 24, 1801. With the official seal of Paul I of Russia

      [Moscow], 1801. Five folded sheets of heavy laid paper, sewn, 35 × 22 cm, with twelve pages of holograph text. Outer leaf torn along fold; occasional light moisture stains and foxing; good or better. Official copy of an excerpt, presumably from the project of a general cadastre of Russian Imperial lands, known as "general'noe mezhevanie" and initiated by Catherine the Great in 1766. The present document contains a cadastral survey of territories and estates in today's Moscow Oblast', and was presumably a copy provided to the landlords (who do not appear to be identified). Written in a late eighteenth-century chancery hand and signed by one Aleksei Zalevskii, Statskii sovetnik (State Councillor) Zubov, and one additional official whose signature is illagible. With the offical stamp of Pavel (Paul) I, the Russian Tsar from 1796 to 1801. See Paul M. Fekula Collection, no. 2014 for a comparable, but later document.

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        Maria Stuart [,] ein Trauerspiel.

      1st edition. Tübingen: Cotta'schen 1801. [2] + 238 pp. Well-preserved and clean copy on vellum-paper bound in nice newer marbled paperbinding in old style with leatherlabel and gilt spine. The binding signed Oscar Jacobsen. * Brieger 2096. Goedeke V, 218, 2; Tr./M. 194.

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        VOYAGES FROM MONTREAL, On The River St. Laurence, Through The Continent of North America, To The Frozen And Pacific Oceans; In The Years 1789 and 1793...With...Account...Of The Fur Trade...

      London: T. Cadell; W. Davies; Cobbett and Morgan; W. Creech, 1801. Book. Very good condition. Full-Leather. First British edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. cxxxii, 412 pages, [ii] errata. Original full leather binding, with spine quite darkened with surface crackling, and minor to moderate rubbing to the extremities. Both hinges are cracked and have been strengthened on the inner hinge, remaining intact. Marbled endpapers, with bookplate of Eugene and Sadye Power. Lacks the half-title but is otherwise complete with the errata and 3 folding maps. Each map has been linen-backed. The first, "A Map of America between Latitudes 40 and 70 North, and Longitudes 45 to 180 West..." is hand-colored, outlining each journey in either red or yellow. The 2nd is titled "A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the North Sea in 1789." The 3rd is titled "A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in 1793" has two tiny tears. Light foxing here and there, mainly to the pages adjacent to the maps; minor offsetting from stipple-engraved frontisportrait and maps. Howes M133. Graff 2630. Becker W-C 1:1. Sabin 43415. First edition of one of the classic travel narratives of all time. Undertaken as part of the Northwest Fur Company's war against the monopoly enjoyed by their rival the Hudson's Bay Co. Mackenzie had two geographical objectives as well - both reached after incredible hardships - the Arctic Sea and the Pacific Ocean..

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        1801 British Plants Withering Botany Plant Science Flowers Illustrated Linnaeus

      London : T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, 1801. Fourth edition. - 1801 British Plants Withering Botany Plant Science Flowers Illustrated Linnaeus William Withering was an 18th-century English botanist known for his books on physical and natural sciences. Perhaps his most important book was “An Arrangement of British Plants” which was the first British flora to use the Linnaean system of binomial nomenclature as well as the first complete book of description and classification of British plants. This rare 1801 fourth edition is beautifully bound in uniform leather and includes 32 full-page and folding illustrated engravings. This edition was also considerably enlarged from the previous editions. ‘Systematic Arrangement of British Plants’ has been a highly desirable work since its first appearance in 1770, and, according to Lowndes, is ‘an esteemed work!’ Item number: #2231 Price: $550 WITHERING, William A systematic arrangement of British plants : with an easy introduction to the study of botany : illustrated by copper-plates London : T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, 1801. Fourth edition. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages; 4 volumes o 32 illustrated engravings, 8 folding • References: Lowndes 2972; • Language: English • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~8.5in X 5.5in (22cm x 14cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2231 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Official copy, in chancery hand, of a land survey (mezhevanie) for territories in the Moscow Oblast, dated July 28, 1786. Copy made between November 17, 1796 and March 24, 1801. With the official seal of Paul I of Russia

      [Moscow], 1801. Five folded sheets of heavy laid paper, sewn, 35 × 22 cm, with twelve pages of holograph text. Outer leaf torn along fold; occasional light moisture stains and foxing; good or better. Official copy of an excerpt, presumably from the project of a general cadastre of Russian Imperial lands, known as "general'noe mezhevanie" and initiated by Catherine the Great in 1766. The present document contains a cadastral survey of territories and estates in today's Moscow Oblast', and was presumably a copy provided to the landlords (who do not appear to be identified). Written in a late eighteenth-century chancery hand and signed by one Aleksei Zalevskii, Statskii sovetnik (State Councillor) Zubov, and one additional official whose signature is illagible. With the offical stamp of Pavel (Paul) I, the Russian Tsar from 1796 to 1801. See Paul M. Fekula Collection, no. 2014 for a comparable, but later document.

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        Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland. From the Arrival of the English: Also, A particular Detail of the which broke out the XXIII D of May MDCCXCVIII; with the History of the Conspiracy which preceded it, and the Characters of the principal Actors in it. To this Edition is added, A concise History of the Reformation in Ireland and Considerations on the Means of extending its Advantages therein.

      Dublin, John Milliken. 1801 - Sprache: English The Second Edition. 26 x 21 cm. viii, (2), 636 pages, 210 pages (appendices), (6)-Index. With ten folding maps and views. Later half calf over cloth. Gilt decorations and author's name on spine. Gilt title on red label on spine. Very good condition. Minor shelf wear, rubbing and bumping to exteriors. Edges age darkened. Last page of Index missing. Interior age darkened. Mild foxing / browning internally. Some water stains. Maps complete. Some small closed tears, some repaired. Overall a very nice copy. Please note that this book weighs in excess of 2 kg. Additional charges may apply if sent outside the UK and Ireland. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conseils d'un pere à son fils imités des vers que Muret a écrits en latin pour l'usage de son neveu par N. François (De Neufchateau)

      imprimé par Bodoni, A Parme 1801 - In-8 (160x115 mm.), pp. (4), 46, (2) . Cartonatura bodoniana color arancio (dorso rifatto a imitazionei). Custodia contenitiva in carta marmorizzata. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione bodoniana assai rara. Bibliografia: Brooks, n. 805: "una delle poche a utilizzare i caratteri tedeschi che non si trovano molte volte nelle edizioni Bodoniane". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., ( 9 x 31 cm.) auf einer Kundschaft der Maurer und Steinhauer f. d. Gesellen Gottl. Wilh. Hoel aus Nordhausen.

      - Kupferstich v. C.W. Cramer, dat. 5.3. 1801, 30 x 37 Stopp DDR 161. Selten! Unter der Ansicht ausgefüllter Schriftspiegel, rückseitig weitere Testate. - Ränder neu verstärkt. Sprache: Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        [BWV 846-869] Das wohltemperierte Clavier oder Präludien und Fugen durch alle Töne [1er] Teil

      Zürich : Nägeli, (Musikalische Kunstwerke im Strengen Style von J.S. Bach u. andern Meistern), [1801]. - [2] Bll. (Schmutztitel in Aquatinta-manier, Titel), 109 S. Quer-Folio. Mod. HLn. Durchgehend stockfleckig. Titel schwerer stockfleckig. Sammeltitel mit Randeinriß oben, anständich unterlegt. Sammeltitel leicht braunfleckig. RISM B/BB 499. HobokenVersand D: 4,00 EUR cat116, early music / alte Musik, illustration

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        Species muscorum frondosorum. Opus Posthumum. 1 Hauptband + 4 Supplementbände in 7 Bänden. Text in Latein. Herausgegeben von F. Schwägerichen.

      Leipzig, Verlag Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1801, 1811, 1816, 1823/24, 1826/27, 1827/28, 1829/30, 1842. - Hauptband: Mit 77 handcolorierten Abbildungen, 352 Seiten. Supplementum Primum: Sectio Prima. Tafel 1 - 49 mit handcoloierten Abbildungen, 196 Seiten. Supplementum Primun: Sectio Posterior. Tafel 50 - 100 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. 373 Seiten. Supplementum Secundum: Tafel 101 - 125 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. 36 Seiten und Tafel 126 - 150 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Seite 88 - 186 Sectio Posterior. Supplementum Secundum: Volumen Secundum. Tafel 151 - 175 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. 79 Seiten und Tafel 176 - 200 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen: Sectio Secunda, Seite 81 bis 210. Supplementum Tertium: Volumen Primum: Tafel 201 - 225 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Keine Textpaginierung und Supplementum Tertium: Volumen Primum. Tafel 226 - 250 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Keine Textpaginierung. Supplementum Tertium: Volumen Secundum. Tafel 251 - 275 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Keine Textpaginierung und Sectio Secunda: Tafel 276 bis 300 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Keine Textpaginierung. Supplementum Quartum: Tafel 301 bis 325 mit handcolorierten Abbildungen. Keine Textpaginierung. Einbände etwas berieben und beschabt. Papier altesbedingt gilb und teils stockfleckig. Insgesamt gutes und sehr seltenes komplettes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 12000

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        Méthode abrégée pour accorder le clavecin

      chez Lacloye, Libraire, Rue du Pourtour-Gervais, no. 13, et rue du Coq-Honoré, no. 120. Vendémaire an neuf : 1801 : Paris : 8vo, A8 (blank A8), 8 leaves, pp. 13 [3] (last 3 pages blank). Woodcut or cast device on title; printed on blue tinted paper. : An early manual specifically dealing with piano tuning as well as harpsichord tuning. The first plate shows the keyboard of both instruments, the second the piano wrest plank strung with steel and copper. The Blanchet family had been making harpsichords since the end of the seventeenth century and some of the first pianos to be made in Paris, in the 1790s. The firm's relationship with the court began in the 1740s with the building of a harpsichord for Mesdames à Fontevrault and with increased repair work sent by Christophe Chiquelier, keeper of the King's instruments; during the 1750s the firm became 'facteur des clavessins du Roi'.The advertisement on the verso of the titlepage offers the new strings made of twisted silk recently invented by Baud in Versailles for violins, violas, cellos and guitars.This edition is located by OCLC at the BNF, Bern, Leipzig, Staatliches Institut for Musikforschung, Newberry and Eastman School of Music; the 1818 edition is at the BL and NYPL.

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        [Hob XVa] Sonate pour le clavecin ou piano-forte avec accompagnement d`une flute ou violon obligé. Oeuvre 87

      Vienne : Hoffmeister & Comp., [1801?]. - Stimmen (Klavier u. Flöte). 13, 4 S. Quer-4to. Gestochen. Verlagsangabe teils (unten) abgerissen, teils überklebt. Gering stockfleckig u. fransig. Hob III: 72 (ohne III). Mit dekorativer Titelumrahmung.Versand D: 4,00 EUR illustration

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        Harmonies économiques. 5ème édition.

      655 S.. Gr.8. Hellbrauner, geglätteter Lederband d. Z. auf 5 Bünden mit 2 Rückenschildern, Kopfgoldschnitt und Steh- sowie Innenkanten-Blindprägung. Gering berieben Rücken schwach verblaßt Schnitt etwas stockfleckig vereinzelt Anstreichungen in Bleistift und Kuli unbeschnitten. In sich abgeschlossenes Werk des liberalen Wirtschaftstheoretikers (1801-50). Provenienz: aus der Bibliothek von Maximilian I, Kaiser von Mexiko, mit dessen großem goldgeprägten Wappensupralibro auf dem Vorderdeckel am Fußrücken goldgeprägt: "Gabinete del Emperador". = Oeuvres complètes. Tome sixième.

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        Kst.- Karte, von 2 Platten gedruckt, anonym, "Post - Charte von Deutschland. Dem grössten Theil von Pohlen, einem grossen Theile von Frankreich und Nord - Italien. - Carte des Postes D'Allemage. D'une grande partie de la Pologne .".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1801, 66,5 x 86 Unten rechts die Titelkartusche, mit Kopftitel in franz. Sprache. Unten links Erklärungen. Zeigt Deutschland mit den umgebenden Staaten. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Kameleon oder das Thier mit allen Farben. Eine Zeitschrift für Fürstentugend und Volksglück. Heft 5 u. 6 in 1 Bd (wohl die beiden letzten Hefte). Es handelt sich hier um eine Neuausgabe der Hefte 2 u. 3 von Schützens "Niedersächsischer Merkur" (zuerst 1792f.). EA unter diesem Titel.

      104, 102 S.. Kl.8. Neuer Pappbd m. Kleisterpapierbezug u. Rückenschild. Etw. stockfleckig u. gebräunt Diesch 1279 - Diesch kennt nur die Hefte 1-4 des "Kameleon", erwähnt aber den Hinweis eines Herrn Hein, daß 6 Hefte erschienen sein sollen. Diesch sagt weiter, daß Heft 4 des Kameleon identisch sei mit Heft 16 von Rebmanns Zeitschrift "Neues graues Ungeheuer". Unserem Exemplar liegen lose die Titelblätter von Heft 17 u. 18 des "Neues graues Ungeheuer, Upsala Erichson 1801" bei die losen Titel sind mit der gleichen Type gedruckt wie die des Kameleon laut Kawa: Rebmann, S. 657 erschien die vorliegende 3. Ausgabe der Hefte 2. u. 3 von Schütz "Niedersächsischer Merkur" gleichzeitig unter diesen beiden Titeln mit der von A. G. F. Rebmann hg. Zeitschrift "Neues graues Ungeheuer" haben die vorliegenden Hefte nichts als den Verleger gemeinsam. Die losen Titel sind fleckig bzw. stockfleckig und angerändert. Vgl. auch Diesch 1245 enthält u.a. eine Übersetzung der Marseillaise und einiges zu bzw. von den Mainzer Jakobinern (z.B. einige Reden Wedekinds).

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        The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts

      I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews for the Author, Boston 1801 - First edition. 392pp. Rebound in early 20th Century cloth with morocco 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. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ALBUM MANUSCRIT DE CHANSONS FAIT A BELLE ISLE EN MER en 1801 (8 Thermidor an 8)

      MANUSCRIT - - LE 8 THERMIDOR AN 9. (27 juillet 1801). - Manuscrit in-quarto sans reliure, toutes pages encadrées d'un filet simple ou double à l'encre brune. 165 pages numérotées de 10 à 175. - Premier feuillet Titré " Fait à Belle Isle en Mer le 8 Thermidor an 9 de la République Française une et indivisible. Ce livre appartient au Citoyen Jean Villemalard Chasseur dans la Seizième Compagnie du Premier Battaillon de la trantième demÿ Brigade D'infanterie légère. Signé Jean Villemalard Chasseur" "Par devant le noterre". Suit un feuillet intéressant : "Commencement du LIVRE DE CHANSONS et d'HISTOIRE". "Commencement du Sermon militaire.", suivent de nombreux textes de chansons et quelques Cantiques étonnants à Dieu et à la Sainte Vierge, texte de Noël, sur la Patrie" Resigné p. 148. Suit un partage de mobilier de Sylvain VILLEMALARD, puis les Tableaux des FETES MOBILES depuis 1780 à 1810 puis enfin 16 pages de Calendrier pour les 12 mois de l'année, 1 page pour la Table des Deniers Il s'agit probablement SOIT d'un Chasseur du CORPS D'OBSERVATION DE LA GIRONDE constitué par un Décret pris à Saint Cloud le 2 août 1807 - Titre III - Mesures à prendre pour la défense de nos côtes Article 9 : Le 3e bataillon du 5e régiment d'infanterie légère se rendra à Cherbourg. Un détachement de troupes de la marine qui est à Rochefort, fort de 500 hommes, se rendra à l'île d'Aix, où continuera à commander le général Simon Camille Dufresse. Sur les 3 000 hommes de gardes nationales qui sont à Bordeaux, 500 y resteront pour défendre l'embouchure de la Gironde, 500 se rendront à l'île d'Oléron et 2 000 à l'île d'Aix. SOIT PLUS PROBABLEMENT D'UN CHASSEUR DU 12e régiment d'INFANTERIE DE LIGNE composé de 3 bataillons, le 1er bataillon à Belle-Ile-sur-Mer, 2e et 3e à Nantes et commandé par le Colonel LAINE. A VERIFIER. Mots clés : défense des cotes, [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. ( G. .A. ) Liebe, "Special Karte von den zum Herzogthum Magdeburg gehörigen Saal Kreis nach einer genauen Vermessung des Terrains zusammengetragen und herausgegeben im Jahre 1801 . im Verlage der Waysenhausbuchhandlung".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, dat. 1801, 59,5 x 52,5 (H) Wohl Einblattdruck. Seltene Karte der Umgebung von Halle. Oben rechts die Titelkartusche, links unten die Zeichenerklärung. Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet Cöthen, Landsberg, Merseburg, Alsleben. Mittig der Petersberg bei Halle. - Die Karte ist alt auf Karton montiert. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        VOYAGES FROM MONTREAL, On The River St. Laurence, Through The Continent of North America, To The Frozen And Pacific Oceans; In The Years 1789 and 1793...With...Account...Of The Fur Trade...

      London: T. Cadell; W. Davies; Cobbett and Morgan; W. Creech, 1801. Book. Very good condition. Full-Leather. First British edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. cxxxii, 412 pages, [ii] errata. Original full leather binding, with spine quite darkened with surface crackling, and minor to moderate rubbing to the extremities. Both hinges are cracked and have been strengthened on the inner hinge, remaining intact. Marbled endpapers, with bookplate of Eugene and Sadye Power. Lacks the half-title but is otherwise complete with the errata and 3 folding maps. Each map has been linen-backed. The first, "A Map of America between Latitudes 40 and 70 North, and Longitudes 45 to 180 West..." is hand-colored, outlining each journey in either red or yellow. The 2nd is titled "A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the North Sea in 1789." The 3rd is titled "A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in 1793" has two tiny tears. Light foxing here and there, mainly to the pages adjacent to the maps; minor offsetting from stipple-engraved frontisportrait and maps. Howes M133. Graff 2630. Becker W-C 1:1. Sabin 43415. First edition of one of the classic travel narratives of all time. Undertaken as part of the Northwest Fur Company's war against the monopoly enjoyed by their rival the Hudson's Bay Co. Mackenzie had two geographical objectives as well - both reached after incredible hardships - the Arctic Sea and the Pacific Ocean..

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        Autograph Letter Signed 1835

      Italian opera composer (1801-1835), one of the greatest of the Bel Canto era. Letter handwritten and signed by him, dated in Paris, May 22nd, 1835 - this is shortly before his death in September of the same year. Written in Italian, sold untranslated, Bellini is asking someone to help his friend Count Barbó who is coming to Paris. One page, 5.25 x 8 inches, in excellent condition.  Also included is a vintage print of the composer, a nice addition to this letter if you wish to frame them together. Size is 6.5 x 10.25 inches, in excellent condition. See scans.

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        Feuilles d'analyse

      Baudouin, imprimeur du Corps législatif, du Tribunat, et de l'Institut national. Se vend chez Bernard, libraire de l'Ecole polytechnique. Thermidor An 9 : [1801] : Paris : 4to: 69 leaves, [4] pages of prelims, and Feuilles 1-34, each of two leaves except no. 3 with 3 leaves. : This work brings together Monge's work on analytical geometry; his later work was simply a development of these ideas applied to new examples. 'In Feuilles d'Analyse ...Monge assembled, along with general considerations regarding the theory of surfaces and the geometric interpretation of partial differential equations, monographs on about twenty families of surfaces defined by their mode of generation. Application de l'analyse à la géométrie (1807) includes some supplementary material ...' (DSB IX, 476a).'En effet, les Feuilles d'Analyse appliquée à la Geometrie réunissent l'essentiel de son oeuvre dans ce domaine et la plupart des ses travaux ultérieurs ne font que développer sur de nouveaux examples des conceptions déjà esquissées dans cet ouvrage'. (Taton p. 304).I have not been able to locate definitively a set of the 1795 Feuilles listed by Taton, the only lead is a 2 volume compilation in the Bibliothèque National, described as 'Feuilles d'analyse de Monge M. de Prony' without a date. OCLC locates copies of the present edition in North America at Huntington, Berkeley, Library of Congress, Smithsonian, Chicago, NY Public and Oklahoma.

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        De l'architecture des forteresses ou, De l'art de fortifier les places, et de disposer les Établissemens de tout genre, qui ont rapport à la guerre. Première Partie. Essai sur la fortification.

      Paris, Magimel 1801 - Octavo. Pp. xii, 698, (2) extended Errata. Plus 8 folding engraved plates bound at end with hundreds illustrations of various fortification designs. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, 2 contrasting gilt morocco lettering-piece to spine, extremities trifle rubbed, small old shelf ticket, old military institutional stamp to verso of title. In a very good condition. Nice, clean copy. ~ First edition. The Encyclopaedia Britannica (11th edition, 1910) has described this book as "one of the more important works on the subject of fortification and siege war", and the book has been listed as such together with the works of the great fortification theoreticians Dürer, de Ville, Coehoorn, Vauban, Noizet, as well as the later writers Plessix and Legrand, Ritter von Brunner, and Delambre. Charles Francois Mandar (1757-1845). Jordan 2337. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kameleon oder das Thier mit allen Farben. Eine Zeitschrift für Fürstentugend und Volksglück. Heft 5 u. 6 in 1 Bd (wohl die beiden letzten Hefte). Es handelt sich hier um eine Neuausgabe der Hefte 2 u. 3 von Schützens "Niedersächsischer Merkur" (zuerst 1792f.). EA unter diesem Titel.

      Köln (Hamburg?), Peter Hammer (Vollmer), 1801. - 104, 102 S. Kl.8°. Neuer Pappbd m. Kleisterpapierbezug u. Rückenschild. Etw. stockfleckig u. gebräunt; Diesch 1279 - Diesch kennt nur die Hefte 1-4 des "Kameleon", erwähnt aber den Hinweis eines Herrn Hein, daß 6 Hefte erschienen sein sollen. Diesch sagt weiter, daß Heft 4 des Kameleon identisch sei mit Heft 16 von Rebmanns Zeitschrift "Neues graues Ungeheuer". Unserem Exemplar liegen lose die Titelblätter von Heft 17 u. 18 des "Neues graues Ungeheuer, Upsala Erichson 1801" bei; die losen Titel sind mit der gleichen Type gedruckt wie die des Kameleon; laut Kawa: Rebmann, S. 657 erschien die vorliegende 3. Ausgabe der Hefte 2. u. 3 von Schütz "Niedersächsischer Merkur" gleichzeitig unter diesen beiden Titeln; mit der von A. G. F. Rebmann hg. Zeitschrift "Neues graues Ungeheuer" haben die vorliegenden Hefte nichts als den Verleger gemeinsam. Die losen Titel sind fleckig bzw. stockfleckig und angerändert. Vgl. auch Diesch 1245; enthält u.a. eine Übersetzung der Marseillaise und einiges zu bzw. von den Mainzer Jakobinern (z.B. einige Reden Wedekinds). DE

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        Il Credenziere di buon gusto.... unito con: Il Cuoco galante Quinta edizione accresciuta del trattato delle patate...

      Dalla Stamperia Orsiniana, 1801. (18,5 x 23) Due opere in una. Mezza pelle coeva con fregi e tit. in oro al dorso. Primo volume: Ritratto a piena pagina, XI, 94, (2) pp. con Imprimatur, 1 grande tav. rip. fuori testo. Secondo volume: (8) pp. compreso ritratto, 232 pp. + 2 tavv. rip. fuori testo. B.IN.G.507; Westbury p. 57

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        The Moral Legacy; or, Simple Narratives

      William Miller, London 1801 - xi, [i], 359, [1] pages. Errata printed on verso of p. 359. Uncommon novel published anonymously; a second edition was issued 1808. Cautionary tales, each in first person: The gamester; The passionate man; The passionate woman; The envious woman; The vain man; The libertine; The prodigal; The miser; The enthusiast; The adulteress. Spine professionally replaced to style with skiver leather, gilt ruled, with new label. Endpaper hinges mended. Two original free endpapers at front and at rear. Some toning to leaves, and foxing to title page, but overall very good. Binding is sound. Size: short 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Assault and Taking of Seringapatam on the 4.th of May 1799. Major General Baird having divided his force into two divisions, one under the command of Colonel Sherbrooke and the other of Colonel Dunlop, the troops ascended the breach under a heavy fire, when the latter officer was severely wounded, but though vigorously opposed, both divisions, were completely successful. Dedicated by Permission To His most Gracious Majesty George III King of the United Kingdoms of Great Britain & Ireland, &c.&c.&c. By His Majesty's most dutiful servants. Anth.y Cardon & N. & S. Schiavonetti.

      1801 - London: Anthony Cardon & Luigi and Niccolo Schiavonetti, 1801. Coloured stipple engraving. 585 x 675mm. Repaired tears in margins and printer's creases. The first in a series of four plates of the siege and capture of Srirangapatna, the battle that ended the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War. It shows the melée once the East India Company troops breached the walls and entered the city. In the centre of the scene is an officer (probably Major-General David Baird, leader of the attack) with raised sword In the title is a bust portrait of General George Harris, the overall commander. Singleton's original oil sketch of the scene belonged to Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, who commanded the rear guard and was made Governor of Seringapatam and Mysore.

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        The Persian Moonshee

      Wison and Co. 1801 - Calcutta and London, 1801. 4to, later half morocco over marbled paper, 106 + 74 + 82 pp. Three works in one. Includes "The Persian Grammar," "Pleasant Stories in an Easy Style," and "Phrases and dialogues in Persian and English." The third edition, and the only one to ever appear at auction. The first two were published in Calcutta. An attractive copy in a later half morocco over marbled paper binding. Binding excellent with some rubbing at hinges. Bookplate to front pastedown. Page edges pebbled. Contents bright, though there is some worming to first and last 25 leaves or so, as well as a small dampstain to the lower corner of the last 20 leaves. Remains well preserved, bright and complete, and in very good condition overall. A quite scarce work by the Persian scholar Francis Gladwin. "Gladwin was clearly a man of wide intellectual interests?he accumulated a remarkable library?and with a passion for learning languages and for making translations, above all from Persian. 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. He also edited a series of miscellanies, chiefly consisting of translations." Oxford DNB. Please contact us for additional pictures or information.

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        Rare Antique Print-BIRD-COCK-OF-THE-ROCK-Levaillant-Barraband-1801

      1801 - Antique print, titled: 'Le Coq de roche femelle' - The female cock-of-the-rock. Description: From: "Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis et des Rolliers, suivi de celles des Toucans et des Barbus", by Francois Levaillant, first published in two volumes from 1801-1806.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Gremillier' after 'Jacques Barraband'. Jacques Barraband (Aubusson 1767 - Lyon 1809). Barraband was a French zoological and botanical illustrator, renowned for his accurate depictions of tropical and exotic birds. Between 1801 and 1804, Barraband was commissioned directly by Napoleon Bonaparte to produce the watercolours after which these engravings are made. Engraver: various engravers have worked on these plates. Colour etching/engraving with hand colouring and gum heightening on wove paper. Anonymous. Good, given age. Some overall foxing. Paper edges irregular with occasional small tears and chipping not effecting image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 15.8 x 23.1 cm. The image size is ca. 11.4 x 19.4 cm. The overall size is ca. 6.2 x 9.1 inch. The image size is ca. 4.5 x 7.6 inch. Storage location: B12-25

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        Gotthelf Fischer's naturhistorische Fragmente. (7 Beiträge).

      Frankfurt am Main, Varrentrapp und Wenner. 1801 - 4°. VIII, 256 S. Mit 1 gest. Titelvignette und 4 gef. Kupfertafeln. Pappband der Zeit. Angebunden: Zimmermann, Eberhard August Wilhelm: Beschreibung und Abbildung eines ungebornen Elephanten nebst verschiedenen bisher ungedruckten Nachrichten die Naturgeschichte der Elephanten betreffend. Erlangen, Wolfgang Walther, 1783. 16 S. Mit 1 gest. Tafel (Abb. eines ungeborenen Elefanten). - Nissen ZBI 4505. - Äusserst seltene Schrift über einen ungeborenen Elefanten mit einer Abbildung. Eberhard August Wilhelm Zimmermann (1743–1815), deutscher Biologe und Geograph, studierte an diversen deutschen Universitäten Medizin und Naturwissenschaften. Er gilt als der Begründer der Tiergeographie. – Ausgeschiedenes Bibliotheks-Exemplar mit entsprechenden Stempeln und handschr. Rückennummerierung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The little sea torch: or, true guide for coasting pilots

      London: for the author by J. Debrett, 1801. First edition, folio, pp. [2], [i]-ii, [v]-vi, 144, [6]; likely original marbled boards, rebacked in gilt-paneled brown calf, original red morocco label preserved; minor spotting; a very good, sound, and attractive copy. The subscribers' list contains 171 names taking 191 copies, so the edition was likley a small one,. This copy with the engraved bookplate of Joseph Neeld, one of the subscribers. A lovely work on "how to navigate along the coasts of England, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Sicily; the isles of Malta, Corsica, Saedinia, and others in the straits; and of the coast of Barbary ... enriched with upwards of one hundred appearances of head-lands and light-houses, together with plans of principal harbours..." With 130 pages of sailing directions for and descriptions of the above named places, followed by 20 full-page hand-colored aquatints, showing views of about 125 ports, harbor entrances, and harbors. These are followed by 12 engravings with 24 hand-colored charts of harbors and seaports. The text is a translation, with revisions and additions for the British market, from the French of Bougard's Petit Flambeau de la Mer. Phillips 2852; National Maritime Museum III, 218; Abbey, England, 344.

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        The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote De La Mancha (in 4 Vols )

      London: William Miller, 1801. 1/2 leather. Very Good +. Lavish 1801 translation, bound (by Root & Son of London) in a handsome half-morocco over marbled boards and compete in 4 volumes. Each volume is tight and solid, with very light wear along the spines and a bit of rubbing at the panels. Light, intermittent foxing, otherwise clean as could be internally. Uniform octavos, top-edges gilt. Translated from its original Spanish by Chalres Jarvis, Esq. Very skillful engravings by various artists (including Anker Smith, J. Neagle, Fittler, etc.). Frontispiece engraving of Cervantes by Anker Smith, fold-out "Map of That Part of Spain Which Contains the Travels of Don Quixote" (in Vol. I) present and compeltely intact.

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        Sammelband mit 71 Erlassen von Friedrich August, Herzog zu Sachsen, Jülich, Cleve, Berg, Engen und Westphalen etc., 1801-1818

      Ohne Verlag u. Ort, Dresden 1801-1818. Ca. 350 Blätter, 3 Blatt handschriebenes Inhaltsverzeichnis mit zahlreichen in Holz gestochenen Wappen von Sachsen, 23 Edikte von Hand geschreieben mit Handsignaturen, Pappband der Zeit, quart, (berieben u. bestoßen, Bezugsfehlstellen u. Kapitalfehlstellen) - Enthält u. a.: Rechtsfragen zu Schuldverordnungen / Mandat, die Errichtung und Bestimmung der neuen Land-Arbeitshäußer, ingleichen die Vorschriften wegen des Aufgreifens der in selbige einzubringenden Bettler, und wegen der den Reisenden zu ertheillenden Pässe, betreffend / Betreffend den Verkauf von Kalk in willkürlichen Maßeinheiten / Die Einschränkung der Rotariatshandlungen betreffend / Mittel die bey verunglückten und für todt gehaltenen Personen, als: bey Ertrunkenen, Erdrosselten oder Erhenkten, durch Dämpfe Erstickten, vom Blitze Getroffenen oder Betäubten und bey Erfrornen, um sie wieder zum Leben zu bringen, anzuwenden sind. / Feuerbrünste und Brandschaden betreffend / Steuern zu Getreide-Angelegenheiten / Aufhebung des Wechselverfahrens gegen die römischkatholischen Geistlichen, auch Kirchen- und Schuldiner, betreffend / Versorgung der Armen und Abstellung des Bettelwesens / Wegen des Abhalten der Kinder zur Schule und der Bezahlung des Schulgeldes / Zustande der Band-Manufaktur in hiesigen Landen für nöthig, das wegen Gebrauchs der sogenannten Band- und Schnurmühlen / Kirchenrechnungen überhaupt / Verbrecher durch Widerruf ihrer verdienten Strafe sich zu entziehen / Absprachen zum Vergüten von Kriegsschäden / Wider das unbefugte Tragen von Schießgewehr und wegen des Verfahrens gegen die Raubschützen / Innungsgebrechen / Instruction für die Herbergsväter im Königreiche Sachsen / Mandat die mit des Königs von Baiern Majestät, über die wechselseitige Auslieferung der Deserteurs und der zu Kriegsdiensten conseribirten oder sonst dazu verpflichteten Unterthanen, geschlossene Convention betreffend, Dresden am 25. April 1811 / Anlegung neuer Mühlen / Zu mehreren Beschränkung des jüdischen Wuchers, bey den von Christen an Juden ausgestellten Schuld- und Wechselverschreibungen, auch Cessionsurkunden zu beobachtenden Vorschriften betreffend / Fürsorge für Taubstumme / Censur- und Buchwesen betreffend / Unterstützung Brandverunglückter / Reparatur zur Herstellung von Etappenstraßen / Mandat mit des Kaisers der Franzosen und Königs von Italien Majestät über die wechselseitige abschoßfreye Verabfolgung der Erbegelder getroffene Uebereinkunft betrl. ../ Brandkassen / Verteilung von Grundstücken durch Kriegszustand / Waldnutzung / Holzmangel / Die Einführung einer Gebühren-Taxe für Aerzte und Wundaerzte by medicinisch-gerichtlichen Handlungen betreffend (Gebühren-Taxe anbei) / Genera-Instruction für die Amtshauptleute (mit allen Instructionen) / Mandat zu Bekanntmachung des Regulativs: wie es bey Märschen und Transporten, in Ansehung der Vorspanngestellung für das könglich Sächsische Militair, gehalten werden soll / Die Errichtung einer Armee-Reserve und die zweckmäßigere Organisation der städtischen Schützen-Corps betreffend / Die mit des Kaisers von Oesterreich Majestät, über die wechselseitige Auslieferung der Deserteurs, abgeschlossene Convention betreffend, Dresden, den 23. Juni 1817 / Wildschäden / Armee-Reserve und Reservepflichtigkeit / Die Nachsteuer- und Abszugsfreiheit zwischen den deutschen Bundesstaaten betreffend usw.-

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        BWV 846-869] Das wohltemperierte Clavier oder Präludien und Fugen durch alle Töne [1er] Teil

      Zürich : Nägeli, (Musikalische Kunstwerke im Strengen Style von J.S. Bach u. andern Meistern), [1801] - [2] Bll. (Schmutztitel in Aquatinta-manier, Titel), 109 S. Quer-Folio. Mod. HLn. Durchgehend stockfleckig. Titel schwerer stockfleckig. Sammeltitel mit Randeinriß oben, anständich unterlegt. Sammeltitel leicht braunfleckig. RISM B/BB 499. Hoboken

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        NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA WITH AN APPENDIX

      Newark: Printed by Pennington & Gould, 1801. 392pp., plus frontispiece portrait and folding table. Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt ruled, leather label. Hinges rubbed, head of spine chipped, moderate edge wear. Light tanning and foxing. Good plus. The self-styled "third American edition," and the first printing in New Jersey. NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA is the only book-length work by Jefferson to be published in his lifetime. It has been called "one of America's first permanent literary and intellectual landmarks." It was largely written in 1781 and first published in Paris, in French, in 1785. Written in the form of answers to questions about Virginia, the book supplies a description of the geography, with an abundance of supporting material and unusual information. The portrait of Jefferson was engraved by John Scoles, and is pictured and described in Cunningham's THE IMAGE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON IN THE PUBLIC EYE.... "This edition is one of three editions printed the same year from the same type, with reimposed first signatures and changed title pages and imprints. Aside from the text of the appendix concerning the Logan-Cresap incident, which is from the appendix first published in 1800, it would appear that the type was set from an uncorrected copy of the Mathew Carey edition of 1794" - Felcone. This edition was issued without the map and the folding plate of the Natural Bridge, but contains the appendix on the murder of Logan, as with first New York edition of 1801, to which it corresponds. A quite unusual imprint of Jefferson's NOTES, and the first copy of this edition to be handled by this firm. FELCONE COLLECTION 803. ADAMS, THE EYE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON 57. HOWES J78. SABIN 35902. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 721. REESE, FEDERAL HUNDRED 6 (ref). Coolie Werner, "A Further Checklist of the Separate Editions of Jefferson's 'Notes on the State of Virginia" (Charlottesville, 1960), p. 15.

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        NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. WITH AN APPENDIX.

      Newark: Printed by Pennington & Gould, 1801. - 392pp., plus frontispiece portrait and folding table. Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt ruled, leather label. Hinges rubbed, head of spine chipped, moderate edge wear. Light tanning and foxing. Good plus. The self-styled "third American edition," and the first printing in New Jersey. NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA is the only book-length work by Jefferson to be published in his lifetime. It has been called "one of America's first permanent literary and intellectual landmarks." It was largely written in 1781 and first published in Paris, in French, in 1785. Written in the form of answers to questions about Virginia, the book supplies a description of the geography, with an abundance of supporting material and unusual information. The portrait of Jefferson was engraved by John Scoles, and is pictured and described in Cunningham's THE IMAGE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON IN THE PUBLIC EYE. "This edition is one of three editions printed the same year from the same type, with reimposed first signatures and changed title pages and imprints. Aside from the text of the appendix concerning the Logan-Cresap incident, which is from the appendix first published in 1800, it would appear that the type was set from an uncorrected copy of the Mathew Carey edition of 1794" - Felcone. This edition was issued without the map and the folding plate of the Natural Bridge, but contains the appendix on the murder of Logan, as with first New York edition of 1801, to which it corresponds. A quite unusual imprint of Jefferson's NOTES, and the first copy of this edition to be handled by this firm. FELCONE COLLECTION 803. ADAMS, THE EYE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON 57. HOWES J78. SABIN 35902. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 721. REESE, FEDERAL HUNDRED 6 (ref). Coolie Werner, "A Further Checklist of the Separate Editions of Jefferson's 'Notes on the State of Virginia" (Charlottesville, 1960), p. 15.

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        RULES / FOR THE /Government of the Alms-House / IN THE / CITY OF NEW-YORK,/ APPROVED AND AGREED TO / AT A / COMMON COUNCIL, / ON MONDAY, THE SIXTH OF OCTOBER,/ 1800.

      Printed by Furman and Loudon, Opposite the City-Hall, [New York]: 1801.. Near Fine. Printed by Furman and Loudon, Opposite the City-Hall, [New York]: 1801.First edition. Copies of this imprint are found at the Library of Congress and at the New York Historical Society. 22 pages, 6 7/8 in x 3 7/8 in; quarto; [A1-4; B1-4; C1-3]. Published by the order of the Common Council, Robert Benson, Clerk. Printers mark of a phoenix rising from flames, with the printers motto Protection on the title page. This copy lacks the final blank with the printers advertisements on the verso. Shaw and Shoemaker 1023.Furman and Loudon were located at the corner of Broad and Wall Streets in New York City in 1800, opposite the City Hall. Small repair of paper loss to title-page without any loss of text. This copy is sewn into a plain wrapper and trimmed.This rare title is remarkable for the progressive compassion articulated in the provisions of governance and in the vision of its authors for the self-help solutions articulated for the paupers cared for by this early public assistance institution.Jacob de la Montagnie was a judge and held various elected positions as an elected representative of the people of New York. Notably, in 1804 he served on the committee overseeing the funeral arrangements for Alexander Hamilton and for the hiring of Col. John Trumbull to paint a full-length portrait of Hamilton as a general for the sum of five-hundred dollars. Richard Harrison was one of the first three lawyers (and the only lawyer from New York) admitted to practice before the Supreme Court the first day it opened in New York in February 1790.

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        Il Cuoco Galante e Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto

      CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Cuoco Galante. Quinta edizione accresciuta del Trattato delle Patate ed in tutto migliorata per vieppiù soddisfare gli uomini di buon senso e di buon gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.VIII,232. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Due tavole spieghevoli in fine: "Idea di una mensa o sia tavola per 32 persone" e "Seconda Imbandigione". Bitting, pag.101, nota; Westbury, pag.56; Vicaire, pag.895; Paleari Henssler, 81. Unito: CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto. Terza edizione migliorata ed accresciuta in tutte le parti del bello, del soave e del dilettevole per soddisfare gli uomini di sapere e di gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.XI,94,2n.nn. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Manca la tavola. Paleari Henssler, 88; Westbury, pag.57. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Pergamena coeva, tassello al dorso con titolo e fregi in oro.

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