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        Practical Education

      NY: Printed by George F. Hopkins, for Self, and Brown & Stansbury, 1801. First American edition (published the same year as the English). 8vo. 2 volumes: vi, (2), 344; (4), 333, (9) pp. Three engraved plates; subscribers list (includes John Adams). "Presenting in a number of discursive essays a modification of the theories started by Rousseau's Emile" (DNB). Recent brown quarter-calf and marbled boards, leather spine labels. A fresh copy in an attractive new binding.

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        George Washington

      1801. Mezzotint portrait, state II of 2, sheet size: 27 7/8 x 21 1/2 inches, image size: 26 3/8 x 20 inches. In good condition, trimmed within the plate mark and backed onto archival tissue, small repaired tears. A fine early American mezzotint of the 'Landsdowne Portrait" of the Father of the Nation This stunning image is based on James Heath's engraving after Gilbert Stuart's famous portrait of Washington. Stuart's painting, done in 1796, is known as the Lansdowne Portrait because it was a gift to the Marquis of Lansdowne, an English supporter of American independence, from Senator and Mrs. William Bingham of Pennsylvania. The painting was quickly reproduced by the British engraver James Heath without Stuart's consent, an act that infuriated Stuart who had hoped to control the rights to the engraving and thus garner some profit from the publication and sale of the print. Despite his condemnation, Heath's engraving established Stuart's painting as the official image of Washington and set a style for portraying Washington's successors in the White House. Edward Savage is considered one of the most important artists of the early Federal period in America. A self-taught painter and engraver, Savage was also the proprietor of a succession of galleries in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, where he exhibited his own paintings and patriotic prints. This print is Edward Savage's masterly version of Heath's famous image. Hart describes a print by Savage that matches this mezzotint of Washington, with lettering, which according to Hart should read 'E. Savage Execu: td 1801'. The present example supports Hart's claim that in most copies of this print the date is barely visible. Cf. Cunningham Popular Images of the Presidency: From Washington to Lincoln pp.135-139; Hart Catalogue of Engraved Portraits of Washington 293; Stauffer ii, 2755cf. Wick George Washington an American Icon p.60-61.

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        WERKE [Horazens sämmtliche Werke [komplett in 6 Bänden] 1. BAND : Horazens Briefe1. Teil; aus dem Lat. übers. und mit historischer Einl. und andern nöthigen Erl. versehen von C. M. Wieland // 2. BAND: Horazens Briefe 2. Teil; aus dem Lat. übers. und mit historischer Einl. und andern nöthigen Erl. versehen von C. M. Wieland // 3. BAND: Horazens Satyren. 1. Teil aus dem Lat. übers. und mit historischer Einl. und andern nöthigen Erl. versehen von C. M. Wieland // 4. BAND: Horazens Satyren. 2. Teil aus dem Lat. übers. und mit historischer Einl. und andern nöthigen Erl. versehen von C. M. Wieland // 5. Band: Horazens Lyrische Gedichte. 1. Teil: übers. u. erl. von F. A. Eschen // 6. BAND: Horazens Lyrische Gedichte. 2. Teil: übers. u. erl. von F. A. Eschen[=- Sammlung der beßten Uibersetzungen der römischen und griechischen Klassikern ; 54., 55., 56., 57.,58., und 59. Band]

      Wien und Prag Verlag Franz Haas 1801 6 Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückentitelschildchen, 8°, 1. Band: 371 Seiten / 2. Band: 287 Seiten / 3. Band: 317 Seiten / 4. Band: 230 Seiten / 5. Band: X, [S.11]-242 / 6. Band: 305 Seiten jeder Band mit gestochenem Frontispiz und gestochenem Titel mit Titelvignette, beteiligte Künstler: Joseph Gerstner (1768-1813) / Janos Blaschke (1770-1833) und Mathaei =? Gabriel Mathei Zustand: sehr gut, teils unaufgeschnitten Original TiteL, Epistolae / Satirae // GOEDEKE IV, 1.1, 566, 145 // Thieme /Becker IV, 102 // XIII, 485 // XXIV, 239 Versand D: 9,00 EUR

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        Sepulchres near Jerusalem

      W. Walls, London 1801 - Description at foot of image: London, Published by W. Walls, Sept. 1, 1801. 312 x 221 mm. Size of sheet: 41 x 31.5 cm.

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        Vida de San Felipe de Jesus protomartir de Japon y patron de su patria Mexico

      

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        The Bakerian Lecture. On the Mechanism of the Eye

      1801 - VI, (2), 454, (6)pp., 32pl. Londres, W. Bulmer, 1801, in-4, VI, (2), 454, (6)pp, 32pl, demi-veau olive à coins, dos lisse orné (reliure pastiche avec réemploi des anciens plats), Un des 11 essais des "Philosophical transactions, of the Royal Society of London" de 1801. L'ouvrage de Young occupe les pp.23 à 88 et compte 6 planches (n°2 à 7), gravées par Basire, représentant un ophtalmomètre et des figures l'oeil. Thomas Young (1773-1829) était un médecin et un physicien qui s'intéressa à la lumière et à la couleur. "In 1799 Young set up a medical practice in London. His primary interest was in sense perception, and, while still a medical student, he had discovered the way in which the lens of the eye changes shape to focus on objects at differing distances. In 1801 he showed that astigmatism results from an improperly curved cornea. The same year he turned to the study of light" . Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Heads representing the various Passions of the Soul; as they are expressed in the Human Countenance. Drawn by that Great Master Monsr Le Brun and finely engraved in Twenty Quarto Copper Plates

      

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        Oeuvres Chirurgicales, ou Expose de la Pratique de P. J. Desault, Chirurgien en chef du Grand Hospice d`Humanite de Paris, par Xav. Bichat, son eleve, Medicin adjoint du meme Hospice. Nouvelle Edition, corrigee et augmentee. Avec Figures. Tome premier et seconde (complete).

      Paris, Mequignon l`aine, librairie, 1801 8°. 20,5 cm. XVI, 444 und XII, 592 Seiten. Pappbände der Zeit, gebunden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf Lederschildchen. Neue, korrigierte und erweiterte Ausgabe. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. Mit 10 Kupferstichen und einem Frontispiz. Einbände berieben und bestoßen, ansonsten gute, frische Exemplare. New, enlarged and revised edition. French language edition. With 10 copper engravings and one frontispice. Contemporary hardcover with gilt lettering on spine. Cover rubbed and bumped, otherwise fine condition. Pierre-Joseph Desault geboren 1738, in Magny-Vernois, gestorben 1795 in Paris, bedeutender französischer Chirurg (Desault-Verband bei Schlüsselbein-Brüchen). Marie François Xavier Bichat geboren 1771 in Thoirette; gestorben 1802 in Paris, französischer Anatom sowie Physiologe. Er gilt als Begründer der Histologie. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Chirurgie / surgery; Kupferstich / copper engraving / etching; Medizin / medicine; Medizingeschichte / medicine history

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        A FUNERAL ORATION, OCCASIONED BY THE DEATH OF EPHRAIM SIMONDS, OF TEMPLETON, MASSACHUSETTS, A MEMBER OF THE SENIOR CLASS IN DARTMOUTH COLLEGE; WHO DIED AT HANOVER, (N.H.) ON THE 18th OF JUNE 1801, ∆T. 26

      Hanover: By Moses Davis, 1801. Half title within funereal borders. Original printed self- wrappers, stitched. Light tanning, trimmed (but not affecting pagination or text). Overall in near fine condition. In a half morocco and cloth box. The second published work of Daniel Webster, preceded only by a 4th of July oration he delivered at Dartmouth in 1800, when he was a member of the junior class. That oration was also printed by Moses Davis in Hanover, and it appears to be more common than the present funeral speech, which is located in only ten copies by Shaw & Shoemaker and OCLC. Webster was only nineteen when he delivered the present address, but his performances in the Dartmouth College debating societies had already earned him a reputation as a powerful speaker. Webster and Ephraim Simonds were classmates, friends, and fellow members of Phi Beta Kappa. Webster's language is florid and a bit overly dramatic (in the style of the day), but also shows glimpses of the style that made him the most famous orator of his day. The final page of text contains the text of an ode, composed and set to music for Ephraim Simonds' funeral. Robert Remini says that while Webster gave several speeches during his Dartmouth days, this Simonds oration "was the most remarkable for its unaffected directness, compelling emotion, and strong religious feeling." A scarce and very attractive copy of this seminal Webster speech. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 1629. OCLC 6286761. Robert Remini, DANIEL WEBSTER: THE MAN AND HIS TIMES (New York, 1997), p.54. Clifford B. Clapp, "The Speeches of Daniel Webster" in THE PAPERS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, Vol. 13, (1919), pp.3-63, especially pp.13-14.

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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 A PRELIMINARY ACCOUNT OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND PRESENT STATE OF THE FUR TRADE OF THAT COUNTRY...

      London, 1801. Half title. Quarto. Late nineteenth-century three-quarter calf and marbled boards, minor wear to boards, corners repaired. Contemporary bookplate and later ownership inscription on front pastedown. Scattered foxing and toning. Very good. This classic of North American exploration describes the extraordinary travels of the author in northwest America in 1789, when he discovered the Mackenzie River, and in 1793, when he crossed the continent to the Pacific. Mackenzie also provides an excellent history of the fur trade in Canada as well as vocabularies of several Indian languages. The "Map of Mackenzie's track from Ft. Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in 1793" was a milestone and, as Wheat says, "at once questions began to be raised about the now patent inadequacies of all prior maps of the American Far West." A cornerstone in any collection of North American travel and exploration. HOWES M133. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 251. GRAFF 2630. HILL, p.187. LANDE 1317. PEEL 25. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 2384. SABIN 43414. WAGNER-CAMP 1:1. STREETER SALE 3653. DNB III, pp.1356-57.

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        Musik zu Göthe’s Werken. Erster (- Dritter) Band. In einem Band. [Einzeltitel:] I: Erwin und Elmire. Ein Singspiel in zwey Acten von Göthe. In Musik gesetzet von . Berlin, im Verlage der neuen berlinischen Musikhandlung (1793). Gr-4°. (3) Bll., 108 S. II: Göthe’s lyrische Gedichte. Mit Musik von . Ebda (1794). (2) Bll., 39, (1) S. III: Jery und Bätely. Ein Singspiel in einem Aufzuge von Göthe in Musik gesetzt von .

      Berlin, im Verlage des Autors 1801 - (2) Bll., 28 S. Roter Halbmaroquinband (um 1880) mit Rückenvergoldung, vergoldete Linien a.d. Lederkanten der Decken. Etwas berieben, etwas fleckig. - Erste Ausgabe (Goedeke IV/III,131,112a [Erwin und Elmire; die Angaben zu Jery und Bätely ebda S.239,55a,3. sind irrig]; Eitner VIII,166 u. 167; Kippenberg 905, 907, 908 [nur der dritte Band mit Reihentitel]; RISM R 796, 807, 837; nicht bei Wolffheim; nicht bei Hirsch). – Etwas stockfleckig, Reihentitel und Titel von Bd.3 im Bug mit kleiner alt hinterlegter Fehlstelle, Bd.3 ca 1cm kkürzer und schmaler. Je ein Titel von Bd.1 und 2 mit nahezu zeitgenöss. Namen „C.J (?) Sax“, d.i. mit großer Wahrscheinlichkeit der belgische Instrumentenbauer CHARLES JOSEPH SAX (1790 – 1865), Vater des Erfinders des Saxophons ADOLPHE S. Jeweils am Schluss der drei Bände der etwas spätere Eignerstempel „Geh.Rath Wagener Marburg“, d.i. der Anatom GUIDO RICHARD WAGENER (Berlin 1822 – 1896 Marburg), der eine bedeutende Musikaliensammlungen zusammentrug; sie wurde 1902 an den Bibliothekar des Königl. Konservatoriums in Brüssel ALFRED WOTQUENNE verkauft. Ganz vollständige Exemplare wie das vorliegende zählen zu den größten Seltenheiten (nicht nur) der GOETHE-Literatur. Nur in wenigen der mir zugänglichen Bibliothekskatalogen nachweisbar (SULB Dresden [Bd.1 nur (2) Bll. Vorstücke, fehlt ein Blatt ?]; Koninkl.Bibl. Amsterdam [unklare Kollation ohne die ungezählten Bll.]; Beinecke Lib. Yale [Kollation wie unser Exemplar]); im JAP ist seit 1950 kein vollständiges Exemplar gelistet, auch einzelne Bände nur bis 1968 und nur ganz vereinzelt (Bd.1: 1969; Bd.2: 1951, `58, `66, `68 [wobei ein Exemplar mind. 2x]; Bd.3 1959 und `60 [dasselbe Exemplar]). Das letzte (für mich nachweisbare) Angebot aller drei Bände finde ich in dem GOETHE-Katalog 226 des Antiquariats Leo Liepmannssohn von 1932, dort unter No.265: „Von größter Seltenheit, besonders der nahezu unauffindbare 3.Teil. Erste Ausgabe dieser wertvollen Sammlung. . Der 1.Bd. ist wasserfleckig, Bd.3 ohne den Untertitel: ‚Musik zu .‘.“ Liepmannssohn bot das Exemplar für RM 450,- an (Um diesen Preis in Relation zu setzen: No.245 war ein vollständiges Exemplar von REICHARDTs Göthes Lieder, Oden, Bal-laden [4 Hefte, 1809 - 1811] RM 160,- [in demselben Katalog u.a. ein 4seitiger „sehr inhaltsreicher Brief“ GOETHEs für RM 350,-]. Ein anderes vollständiges Exemplar wurde 1909 [Auktion Perl, Nachlass Grote-Wannsee No.454] für M 400 zugeschlagen, ein Exemplar der 4 Hefte der Lieder, Oden . für M 135 [Boerner, Auktion 100,211]; vgl. Jahrbuch der Bücherpreise, V.Jahrgang 1910). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Jahrbücher der Preußischen Monarchie unter der Regierung von Friedrich Wilhelms des Dritten Jahrgang 1801 hier in 3 Bänden komplett !

      Berlin, Johann Friedrich Unger Verlag, 1801. 8°, Band 1.: Januar, Februar, März, April. 376 Seiten. / Band 2.: Mai, Juni, Juli, August. 394 Seiten. / Band 3.: September, Oktober, November, Dezember. 383 Seiten mit einer Falttafel mit 4 Figuren im Anhang, marmorierte OPbd. - sehr selten Originalausgabe in sehr guten Zustand - 1801. Bist auf die Falttafel keine weiteren Stiche vorhanden. c58954 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Geschichte, Monarchie

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        New Universal Biographical Dictionary, and American Remembrancer of Departed Merit. in 4 volumes

      Johnson and Stryker, New York 1801 - Complete set in 4 volumes. First (and only) Edition. Complete with 25 copperplates, mainly of American notables, including George Washington, William Pitt, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay Thomas Jefferson and Samuel Adams. Hardcover, 8vos., original calf, with leather, contemporary leather with title labels and gilt name label of the former owner, George Ross Eshleman, on the spines. Good. Some wear to bindings; secure. Light staining and browning to the contents. RARE on the market. Last seen at auction in 1980, when a worn set sold at Swann for $250. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE MINSTREL; OR, THE PROGRESS OF GENIUS. WITH SOME OTHER POEMS

      London: Printed for J. Mawman, 1801. n. Hardcover. mm (). 4 p.l., 120 pp. Contemporary red straight-grain morocco, covers with gilt-ruled border, flat spine divided into panels by single gilt rule, gilt titling, turn-ins with decorative bead roll, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. WITH A PLEASING FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF THE HARBOR AND SEASIDE TOWN OF WHITBY. In an excellent brown morocco pull-off case by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for J. W. Robinson Company. With four engravings depicting scenes from "The Minstrel." Front pastedown with engraved bookplate of John Ashley Warre. Spine slightly and uniformly sunned to a darker red, joints and extremities a bit rubbed (though well masked with dye), paper faintly toned, light offsetting, occasional spotting or staining, but still quite a decent copy, the binding solid and lustrous, the text smooth and fresh, and the painting very well preserved. The very pleasing fore-edge painting here has depth and movement, from the fisherman on shore in the foreground to the cresting waves in the harbor and the ships bobbing in the distance. The ruins of the great abbey tower over the scene, and the lighthouse stands tall at the edge of the shore. The precipitous cliffs, rolling hills, and curving shoreline provide an undulant frame for the choppy sea. A Scottish poet and professor of moral philosophy, Beattie (1735-1803) is best remembered for the title poem here, an unfinished work in Spenserian stanzas that was first printed in 1771-74. As perhaps the first work in English that might properly be entitled "The Growth of a Poet's Mind," his "Minstrel" anticipates Wordsworth's "Prelude," and its emphasis on the great benefits of solitude represents an early manifestation of one of the key notions of Romanticism. Former owner John Ashley Warre (1787-1860) was a scion of the famous port-trading family and a long-serving member of Parliament for the Liberal Party.

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        Systema Eleutheratorum secundum ordines, genera, species adiectis synonymis, locis, observationibus, descriptionibus

      Kiliae: Impensis Bibliopolii Academici Novi, 1801. Two volumes, thick octavo, neat library stamps to both titles, occasional early manuscript annotations; an excellent set in contemporary glazed paper boards, gilt, bumped. A particularly handsome set of the first work by Fabricius to incorporate the newly discovered species collected on the d'Entrecasteaux/Labillardiére voyage.An impressive 36 specimens noted here are from Australia alone, with specimens collected in each of their three main ports of call: the lower east coast of the mainland, the southern coast of western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land. Any number of insects were also collected in other Asian and Pacific locations on the voyage, marking this book as one of the earliest and most significant works of entomology to include Pacific specimens.D'Entrecasteaux had sailed with orders to search for La Perouse, but the voyage is now remembered chiefly for the important Australian and Pacific natural history that they collected, and particularly for the botanical specimens that returned to France. As this, and the following works by Fabricius attest, Labillardiére and his fellow natural historians were assiduous in collecting specimens of all varieties from major mammals right through to smaller insects. The insects noted here were 'collected by Labillardiére and Riche, botanists to the Expedition... which visited W. Australia and Tasmania. Most of these species are cited from Nova Cambria [that is, New South Wales] and Australasia, with one exception from Van Diemen's Land' (Anthony Musgrave).

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        The Works of Robert Burns. With An Account of His Life, and a Criticism on His Writings. To Which Are Prefixed, Some Observations on the Character and Condition of the Scottish Peasantry. In Four Volumes

      London: Printed For T. Cadell, Jun. And W. Davies, Strand; And W. Creech, Edinburgh. 1801. 'The Second Edition.' Octavo, four volumes: viii, 339 p., portrait front.; xiii, 467; xvi, 431; xxiv, 415 p. Edited by Dr. James Currie, who was not qualified and didn't want to do it. This copy has tipped in an early manuscript copy of Wordsworth's poem 'Lines Written at the Grave of Burns' (1803). The first edition was 1800. The portrait of Burns, the frontispiece of vol. 1, is by Nasmyth, engraved by I. Neagle. The woodcut title vignettes are different in each volume. Vol. 1 is mostly Life; 2 is Correspondence; 3 is Poetry; 4 is Correspondence with Mr. Thompson, plus more poetry. Bound in original mottled leather, worn at corners and edges. Stock#NS0004.

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        Kronologische Geschichte der kurpfalzbairischen Gränzstadt Friedberg am Lechstrome; worinn auch die merkwürdigsten Kriegsbegebenheiten, die sich in Europa, größtentheils aber in Deutschland ereigneten, vom achten Jahrhunderte bis auf heutige Zeiten im Kompendio mit einlaufen. Herausgegeben mit Bewilligung der kurfürstl. Bücherzensur=Spezialkommißion in München.

      Ohne Ort, ohne Verlag, 1801. 18 x 12 cm. 6 Bl., 272 S. Pp. d. Zt. Lentner 7937; nicht bei Pfister. - Jede Seite mit schmaler Holzschnitt-Bordüre eingefaßt. Hübsch gedruckte Chronik, verfaßt vom \"Stadtschreiber zu Friedberg, und rechsgräflich=Deuringischen Gerichtsverwalter zu Stätzling\". - Einband beschabt und verblichen. Mehrfach gestempelt, wenige Seiten minimal fleckig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen

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        THE MINSTREL; OR, THE PROGRESS OF GENIUS. WITH SOME OTHER POEMS

      Printed for J. Mawman, London 1801 - mm (). 4 p.l., 120 pp. Contemporary red straight-grain morocco, covers with gilt-ruled border, flat spine divided into panels by single gilt rule, gilt titling, turn-ins with decorative bead roll, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. WITH A PLEASING FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF THE HARBOR AND SEASIDE TOWN OF WHITBY. In an excellent brown morocco pull-off case by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for J. W. Robinson Company. With four engravings depicting scenes from "The Minstrel." Front pastedown with engraved bookplate of John Ashley Warre. Spine slightly and uniformly sunned to a darker red, joints and extremities a bit rubbed (though well masked with dye), paper faintly toned, light offsetting, occasional spotting or staining, but still quite a decent copy, the binding solid and lustrous, the text smooth and fresh, and the painting very well preserved. The very pleasing fore-edge painting here has depth and movement, from the fisherman on shore in the foreground to the cresting waves in the harbor and the ships bobbing in the distance. The ruins of the great abbey tower over the scene, and the lighthouse stands tall at the edge of the shore. The precipitous cliffs, rolling hills, and curving shoreline provide an undulant frame for the choppy sea. A Scottish poet and professor of moral philosophy, Beattie (1735-1803) is best remembered for the title poem here, an unfinished work in Spenserian stanzas that was first printed in 1771-74. As perhaps the first work in English that might properly be entitled "The Growth of a Poet's Mind," his "Minstrel" anticipates Wordsworth's "Prelude," and its emphasis on the great benefits of solitude represents an early manifestation of one of the key notions of Romanticism. Former owner John Ashley Warre (1787-1860) was a scion of the famous port-trading family and a long-serving member of Parliament for the Liberal Party. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesammelte Nachrichten über die Belagerung von Gibraltar von 1779 bis 1783. (Titelblatt) - Deutsche Handschrift.

      Einbeck, Dezember 1801. 199 beidseitig in schwarzer Tinte beschriebene Blätter, auf gutem Schreibpapier. Pappband d. Zt. mit Grünschnitt. 21 x 17 cm. \"Gegenwärtige Nachschriften über die Belagerung von Gibraltar sind als eine gekürzte, hie und da veränderte Abschrift von den Briefen anzusehen, welche der Amtmann Friedrichs, der als Auditeur bei dem Sydowschen Regimente ein Augenzeuge von dieser Begebenheit war, in einigen Jahrgängen des hannöverschen Magazins herausgegeben hat. Man hat sich bemüht, dieselbe durch vorgefundene schriftliche Nachrichten, durch die Drinkwaterschen Auszüge (siehe das militärische Journal 4. Und 5. Stück von 1789 und 1790) und durch mehrere Auszüge aus andern Büchern zu ergänzen\" (Vorrede). - Die große Belagerung von Gibraltar von 1779 bis 1783 war der letzte vergebliche Versuch, die Stadt und Festung Gibraltar den Briten gewaltsam zu entreißen. Der Angriff Spaniens auf den Felsen war von der Hoffnung getragen, das Großbritannien durch den amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitskrieg dort zu viele Truppen gebunden habe und es damit eine leicht Beute werden würde; der britische Kommandeur George Eliott hatte allerdings vorausblickend die Anzahl der Geschütze deutlich erhöht und u. a. Zivilisten zur Bedienung trainiert. Unter den auf Gibraltar stationierten Truppen war auch eine Einheit aus dem Kurfürstentum Hannover unter dem Kommando von August de la Motte. Von Angehörigen dieser Einheit stammen die dramatischen Text aus der Zeit der Belagerung und der Abwehr der spanischen Armee, die hier in Abschriften gedruckter und wohl auch ungedruckter Berichte vorliegen. - Beiliegt der bekannte illustr. Einblattdruck: \"Prospect von Gibraltar mit seinen Werken, umliegenden Gegenden und ietzigen neuern Belagerungs-Anstalten, gez. vor Gibraltar im Jahre 1782, Daniel Berger, Berlin\", mit der seltenen, unten angefügten typographischen Beschreibung der gest. Ansicht. Gesamtgr.: 42 x 32 cm. - Einband des Manuskripts bestoßen, Textbll. teils gebräunt. Der Einblattdruck mehrfach gefaltet, etwas fleckig und am Rand mit einigen kürzeren Einrissen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        ATLAS POUR SERVIR AU VOYAGE DANS L?EMPIRE OTHOMAN, L?EGYPTE ET LA PERSE. Fait par ordre du gouvernement, pendant les six premieres années de la République.

      chez H. Agasse an IX (1801)- 1807.. In - 4 gr. (mm. 340x250), 3 parti in 1 vol. (ciasc. con proprio frontesp.), mz. pelle coeva, fregi e tit. oro al dorso. L?atlante - con 50 tavv. - è così suddiviso: Première livraison ?dans l?Empire Ottoman? (An IX), pp. VII di descrizione delle 17 tavole inc. in rame - Deuxième livraison ?l?Egypte et la Perse? (An XII), pp. VII, da tavola 18 a 33 - Troisième livraison ?voyage en Perse? (1807), pp. VIII, da tavola 34 a 50. Vi figurano: ?Carte générale de la Grèce, Archipel et partie de l?Asie Mineure ou Natolie - du Bosphore de Thrace - de la Troade - l?Hellespont ou Canal des Dardanelle - de la Basse Egypte - de la Syrie, de la Mésopotamie et d?une partie de la Perse - de l?Asie Mineure?, tutte più volte ripiegate + Plan du fond du golfe de Mundania - des iles de Milo, de l?Argentière et de Polino - de Santorin - du golfe de la Sude en Candie - de la cote d?Egypte - du fort de Léro? e 1 grande pianta della città di Atene, oltre a tavole botaniche, di animali, di conchiglie e di costumi. Alcune tavole di storia naturale sono state disegnate da P.J. Redouté e Turpin. "Edizione originale". Il viaggiatore ed entomologo francese Olivier (1756 - 1814), condusse una importante missione presso lo Scià di Persia (1796) e viaggiò quindi a lungo nelle regioni del Mediterraneo orientale. Tra gli scritti principali è una relazione del viaggio in Oriente, ricca di informazioni naturalistiche ed economiche sui paesi visitati (1801 - 1807). Così? Diz. Treccani,VIII, p. 527. Solo 6 tavv. con alone al marg. infer., qualche traccia d?uso, altrimenti esempl. su carta distinta ben conservato.

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        De l'éduction d'un homme sauvage, ou des premiers développemens physiques et moraux du jeune sauvage de l'Aveyron

      1801 - de (4), 1 portrait et 100 Paris, Goujon fils, 1801, in-8, de (4), 1 portrait et 100 pages, , Rare première édition d'un texte fondateur de la pédopsychiatrie. En 1797 un jeune enfant sauvage, vivant depuis sa petite enfance entièrement coupé de tout contact humain, fut aperçu dans la région de Laucane. Après plusieurs apparitions et fuites, il se rendit spontanément, en 1800, au village de Saint-Sernin. L'enfant fut amené à Paris et présenté à la Société des observateurs de l'homme, fondée en 1799 par Sicard, Jauffret et de Maimieux. Il fut confié à Jean Itard, pionnier de l'oto-rhino-laryngologie, créateur de la première école française d’otologie et fondateur de l'otologie. Ce dernier tentera de pallier les déficiences linguistiques du jeune sauvage de l'Aveyron au travers d'une démarche éducative qui visera notamment à ouvrir socialement le jeune garçon, baptisé Victor. Le texte publié en 1801 forme le rapport enthousiasme d'Itard sur la méthode employée pour parvenir à éveiller Victor au monde humain, une méthode caractérisée de sensualiste et héritée des Lumières et notamment de Condillac, dont Itard se servait pour l'apprentissage des sourds et muets. Bien que cette tentative empiriste soit vouée à l'échec, l'entreprise d'Itard reste fondatrice et son ouvrage fondamentalement novateur. Imaginant un système pédagogique nouveau basé sur une interaction originale entre élève et éducateur et couplé d'une méthode d'observation basée sur des présupposés médicaux et philosophiques, cet ouvrage participa à faire d'Itard un personnage emblématique de la psychiatrie infantile. L'aventure entreprise par Itard, malgré la violente condamnation des premiers psychiatres français, Pinel et Esquirol, de Victor à un idiotisme insolvable, ouvre la voix à l'éducation des retardés mentaux. Bruno Bettelheim considèrera en 1967, dans La Forteresse vide, le rapport d'Itard sur le jeune sauvage de l'Aveyron comme la première prise en charge institutionnelle d'un autiste, et sa première véritable description. Bel exemplaire, propre. Norman, I, p. 418, n° 1144. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Red-bellied Macaw (L'Ara Macavouanne)

      Paris, 1801. Colour-printed stipple engraving, finished by hand, engraved by Bouquet, printed by Langlois. This print is from an apparently unrecorded issue of Levaillant's Perroquets published on large format paper (probably 'papier vélin colombier satiné'), with a scratch proof of the title and plate number, but otherwise avant-lettre. This issue is not recorded in any of the standard bibliographies. 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, the greatest of which was the Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets (1801-1805).

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        Neue Deutsche Sprachlehre besonders zum Gebrauch in Schulen eingerichtet. Mit einer Vorrede von dem Herrn Oberkonsistorial-Rath und Probst Dr. Teller. Erster oder Theoretischer Theil; zweiter oder praktischer Theil; dritter Theil.

      Leipzig bei Gerhard Fleischer dem Jüngeren., [1801]. Erste Ausgabe [1 nn Bl.] XXIV, 270 S.; XIV, [1 nn Bl.] 352 S.; XIV, [1 nn Bl.] 164 S. [1 nn S.] 8° Pappband der Zeit mit Buntpapierbezug. Erste Ausgabe der wichtigen und umfangreichen deutschen Sprachlehre. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        The Tooti Nameh, or Tales of a Parrot: in the Persian Language with an Englisch Translation [by Francis Gladwin].

      Calcutta printed London reprinted for J Debrett July 1801 - Gr.-8°. 170 num. Blätter, 1 Blatt (Anzeigen). Moderner, einfacher Halblederband mit Lederrückenschild. Frühe Ausgabe, erste dieser Übertragung aus dem Persischen ins Englische. ? »The text of Muhammad Khudavand?s abridgment with a translation by Francis Gladwin« (BL Oriental Collections757.h.5). ? »Das ?Papageienbuch? ist die kunstvolle persische Übersetzung und Umgestaltung der volkstümlichen indischen Rahmenerzählung ?Siebzig Erzählungen des Papageien? [.] und gab dem orientalischen Märchenwerk diejenige Fassung, in der es weiteste Verbreitung bis ins Abendland [.] fand [.]. Um während einer Reise seines Herrn seine junge Herrin von einem geplanten Ehebruch abzulenken, erzählt der kluge Papagei ihr geschickt ineinander verflochtene [.] Geschichten von Weiberlist [.]« (Wilpert, Lexikon der Weltliteartur. 2. Aufl. 1980, S. 856f.) Enthält 35 Märchen im persisch- englischen Paralleltext. ? Aus der Bibliothek des schottischen Astronomen Ralph Copeland (1837-1905) mit dessen eigenh. Namenszug auf dem vorderen leeren Vorblatt und arabischer Text nahezu durchgehend mit eigenh. Marginalien, Übersetzungensanmerkungen (alles mit Bleistift). Copelands Sprachtalent war berühmt. Neben der deutschen und französischen Sprache beherrschte er auch das Persische und las die arabische Literatur in den Originaltexten. ? Im hinteren Deckel ist ein eigenh. Brief von dem Mathematiker und Archäologen James Burgess (1832-1916), Edingburgh, 25. IV. 1901, an Copeland montiert (2 Seiten in oktav; Doppelblatt). Burgess gibt Übersetzungshinweise: »[.] The difficulty to a European is the lisped sibilants and guttural breathings [.]«. ? Auch Goethe war im Zuge seiner Orientalistikforschung vom Papageienbuch begeistert und widmete sich der Lektüre (cf. Tagebuch Juni 1820: »[.] Mspte: Schlesisches Wander Gedicht, Tooti Nameh. [.]«. ? Zur Paginierung des vorliegenden Buches: Die ersten Seiten sind bis »VII« gezählt, dann folgt die fortlaufende der Blätter für den persischen und englischen Text jeweils getrennt. Es fehlt der Vortitel. ? Text etwas stockfleckig. Titel mit unauffällig repariertem Randeinriss. 1.000 g gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BOTANISCHES HANDBUCH . (warscheinlich aus: Der mehresten Theils in Deutschland Wildwachsenden: Theils Ausländischen in Deutschland unter freyen Himmel ausdauernden Gewächse...) 1er Theil.

      ohne Angaben (warsch.: Wittenberg, Selbstverlag), 1801-1808. Ausgabe (Erstauflage) in monathlichen (monatlichen) Heften, Bll. + 266 S. mit 323 altkolorierten Kupferstichen mit zahlr. Nebenfiguren auf 133 TAFELN # mit Lateinischen Namen u. die Tafeln sind meistens im Druck von Schkuhrs signiert ! Tafeln sind insgesamt sauber, manchen fingerfleckig oder leicht randgebräunt (1 Tafel mit Riss., aber nicht störend). Die Farben sind frisch ! - 8° (21 x 14, 7 cm), O(Hellbraun)-Marmor.-Pappbd der Zeit mit Handgeschr.-Rückentitelschild (später geschr.). Kanten u. Ecken stärker bestossen, Einband berieben, Rücken insgesamt gut erhalten. Ganzrotschnitt. Gutes Exemplar. * Christian Schkuhr (Pegau 1741 - Wittenberg 1841) war ein deutscher Gärtner, Künstler (Graphiker) u. Botaniker, er studierte an der Universität Wittenberg, während er als Gärtner tätig war, schuf er e. Herbarium (Universität Halle) und zeichnete alle gefundenen Pflanzen (Handbuch...), er war auch Anhänger der Linnaeischen Taxonomie, er widmete sich der Flora Wittenberg, besonders Gräser, Riedgräser, Gemüse, Obst, Korn u.a... ÄUßERST SELTEN ! - Buch war im Besitz (Eintrag 1915 - Vortitelbll.) d. Frankischen Heimatdichter Gabriel Mack.../ # ca 9, 40 € pro Tafel - schnell zugreifen ! Versand D: 2,50 EUR Pflanzenkunde, Studien, Wissenschaft, Graphik, Sammeln, Umwelt, Natur, Geographie, Geologie, Nachschlagewerke, Empire, XIX. Jahrhundert, Universitäten, Buch-u. Verlagswesen, Kulturgeschichte, Deutschland, Alpen, Latein, Kräutern, Zwiebeln, Wurzeln, Klostergarten, Geschichte.

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        Practical Education

      Printed by George F. Hopkins, for Self, and Brown & Stansbury, NY 1801 - First American edition (published the same year as the English). 8vo. 2 volumes: vi, (2), 344; (4), 333, (9) pp. Three engraved plates; subscribers list (includes John Adams). "Presenting in a number of discursive essays a modification of the theories started by Rousseau's Emile" (DNB). Recent brown quarter-calf and marbled boards, leather spine labels. A fresh copy in an attractive new binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Calender des Hochwürdigen Domcapitels zu Hildesheim für das Jahr 1801

       Schlegel Verlag, Hildesheim, 1801. 103 S., moderner Leinen-Ebd. (2 Blatt mit Tintenfleck) Vorgebunden: Wappen Hildesheimer Domherren. 42 +1 (43) gestoch. Wappentafeln (Tafeln nicht nach Nummerierung eingebunden) Versand D: 5,90 EUR Landeskunde, Genealogie Heraldik

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        National Irrigation, or The Various Methods of Watering Meadows; Affording Means to Increase the Populations, Wealth, and Revenue of the Kingdom, by an Agricultural, Commercial, and General Economy in the Use of Water.

      London: J. and T. Carpenter. 1801 - London: J. and T. Carpenter, 1801. 8vo., xix + (I) + 427 + (1)pp., 7 engraved plates and two text figures, the plates and pages are remarkably clean with some pages stained at the bottom, in the middle of the book. The half-title is present, a few marks in pencil, old, probably original boards, backed in paper with handwritten, all page edges are uncut. A good large copy. First edition. Kress B.4464. Goldsmiths 18194. Rothamsted (1st ed.) p.127 (noting 6 plates). Perkins 1724. Fussell, III, pp.31-2. A curious book by an eccentric Anglo-American. William Tatham (1752-1819) was sent to America in 1769 to seek his fortune. He obtained a commission at the outbreak of the War of Independence and took part in campaigns against the Cherokees and Creeks and the siege of Yorktown. In 1784 he was admitted to the bar of Virginia, in 1787 elected a member of the state legislature of North Carolina and in 1795 he was dispatched to Spain as American envoy to settle some boundary disputes in Florida. After his return to England in 1796 he became superintendent of the London Docks at Wapping in 1801. In 1805 he returned to America in poor circumstances, had problems with alcohol and bizarrely committed suicide in February 1819 by stepping in front of a cannon at the moment of discharge. Perhaps the most interesting parts of Tatham's book on irrigation are the additional essays, including his Hints towards employing the vagrant and disorderly classes of the community in works of national irrigation, inland navigation and drainage; as a remuneration to society for the depredations they may have committed [pp.359-382], and his ingenious Plan for raising the supply of water, which is delivered from the mains to the several houses in Bedford Square for their use in household and culinary purposes, up to the roofs of the said houses; for retaining the said water in cisterns, formed in their respective roofs, so as to be ready at hand in case of fire; and for delivering fifty gallons thereof per day per house, in a pure transparent state, obtained by the use of a filtrating medium, resembling that by which nature acts in the clearest emission of her springs [pp. 382-395]. There is a fine engraved plate of the water filter. Condition Report Externally original paper boards hand written title to the front board and spine – in original condition all page edges hand cut and wavy Internally pages clean and clear inside lower page edges look to have been affected by moisture as they are wavy and are stained (from pages in the 80’s to pages in the 140’s) plates/engravings in good condition half title present [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Friedrich II., der Große (Berlin 24. 01. 1712 - 17. 08. 1786 in Potsdam). König von Preussen. "Friedrich der II. in Nimburg nach der Schlacht bei Kollin. Frédéric II á Nimburg .",.

      - Kupferstich v. D. Berger n. Frisch, dat. 1801, 43 x 34,5 (H) Katalog Berlin VIII, 10 c. - Friedrich, sitzend auf einem Baumstamm, nach der Schlacht. Links von ihm Fürst Moritz und Ziethen, rechts von ihm die Generäle Seydlitz, Hülsen und Manstein. Im Vordergrund spielende Kinder.

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        NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA

      Philadelphia: R. T. Rawle, Publisher, 1801. First Hot-Pressed Edition. Full Leather. Very Good binding. This copy of the First Hot-Pressed Edition has the map of Madison's Cave and the map of the Ohio River near Pittsburgh, as well as the appendix on the murder of Logan's family and the printing of Jefferson speech as his inauguration on 4 March 1801 ("We Are All Republicans. We Are All Federalists"). It is lacking the large folding map of Virginia (which was prepared especially for this edition) and the folding view of the Natural Bridge; there is no folding table of the Indians in Virginia. It is also lacking the portrait frontispiece. In contemporary calf boards; rebacked with japanese tissue and what is surely a much later red leather title label. With later endpapers and wear to the boards. It has on the title page signature of Joseph Hemphill, who was serving in the House of Representatives from Pennsylvania at the time of publication. The signature of William Adamson is found on p. [1], and we know that Mr. Adamson visited both Thomas Jefferson in the year of publication, and as well as George Washington [cf. http://founders.archives.gov/documents/Jefferson/01-34-02-0371]. (Howes J78; Sabin 35903). Very Good binding.

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        Der Weltumsegler. Oder Reise durch alle fünf Theile der Erde. Zum Selbstunterricht der Jugend. Erster Band: Amerika und Westindien.

      Berlin, Oehmigke dem Jüngern, 1801. 8°, X, 374 Seiten mit gefalteter kolorierter Globen-Amerikakarte und 8 handkolorierten Kupfertafeln von Meno Haas, betitelter Original-Halbledereinband der Zeit - Einband ber. und best., die Amerika-Karte mit kleinem Einr. sonst guter Zustand - 1801. z410 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Abenteuer und Jugendbücher, Amerika, Buchwesen

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        JOURNAL HISTORIQUE des Opérations Militaires du Siège de Peschiera et de l’attaque des retranchemens de Sermione commandés par le Général de Division Chasseloup Laubat. Accompagné de Cartes et de Plans et suivi d’une note sur la maison de campagne de Catulle située à l’extremité de la presqu’ile de Sermione.

      An IX [1801], S.l.n.d. - in-8, pp. 110, (2), leg. m. pelle coeva con tit. oro al d. con nervi. Con 3 gr. tavv. più volte ripp. inc. in rame raffiguranti la pianta di Peschiera, la pianta di Sirmione con il lago di Garda e la pianta della cosiddetta Grotta di Catullo. Con una tab. rip. Bell'esempl. su carta forte con tavv. su carta azzurrina. Ex libris. [209]

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        The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts

      Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1801. First. hardcover. very good(-). Chart. x, [1], 392pp. 8vo, rebound in 20th century 3/4 brown morocco, corners bumped, boards rubbed, light foxing or light browning throughout. Boston: I. Thomas, and E. T. Andrews, for the Author, 1801. First Edition Author was a prominent lawyer from Maine. In 1776, after moving to Massachusetts, Sullivan became a justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts. After resigning from the Court in 1781, he served as a member of Congress. In 1790, Sullivan became attorney-general of Massachusetts and in 1807, he was elected governor of Massachusetts. "The following Treatise is intended to reduce the principles which govern real estates in this Commonwealth, to an easy and concise System", from the Author's preface of this work. This copy bears the ownership signature of Ezekiel Whitman on the title page. Ezekiel Whitman began his law practice in Maine. Later he served 4 terms in the United States House of Representatives. In 1822, Whitman was appointed a judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Maine. In 1841, Ezekiel Whitman was appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of Maine. Howes S-1121. Shaw & Shoemaker 1375.

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        Principes d'économie politique.

      - Paris, F. Buisson, an X [1801]. In-8, plein veau porphyre de l'époque, dos lisse orné d'un riche décor de rosaces, filets et palettes dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux, guirlande d'encadrement sur les plats, roulette sur les coupes et les chasses, tranches citron, (2) f., 236 p., 3 tableaux dépliants. Edition originale de cet ouvrage considéré comme l’un des ouvrages majeurs dans l’histoire de l'édification de la science économique. Analysant la question de l'incidence de l'impôt, Canard élabore une théorie de la valeur novatrice et une théorie générale de l'équilibre fondée sur le besoin et la concurrence. Mais l'originalité des "Principes" réside avant tout dans la formalisation mathématique des énoncés, faisant de Canard le précurseur de l'Ecole mathématique. Largement diffusé en France et en Europe, le livre fut incompris par certains de ses contemporains français - Say ou Blanqui lui reprochèrent l'usage des mathématiques - même si Cournot dut reconnaître qu'il avait constitué un point de départ à ses propres recherches. Cf. R.-D. Theocharis, ‘Early Developments in Mathematical Economics’, London, 1983. (Einaudi, 830. Goldsmiths, 18122. Kress, B.4350). Mors légèrement frotté. Petit accroc à la coiffe inférieure. Bel exemplaire, très bien relié à l'époque, grand de marges (205 x 126 mm). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Historical Tour in Monmouthshire;

      London: The Strand: T Cadell, Jun. and W Davies., 1801 1st ed, VG+, 2 vols, 2 maps, 90 pls, 12 vignettes, + genealogical tables. In contemporary speckled calf, decorative gilt edge tooling, corners & edges lightly bumped and worn. New spines, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to calf labels. Internally, gilt tooling to board edges, new endpapers, no inscriptions, text block edges sprinkled red. Vol 1, [10], [1], (ii-v), [3], [1], *2-*31, [1], [1], 2-208 pp, 2 maps (1 folding), 24 pls, 6 portraits, 5 plans (1 folding), 9 ground plans, 8 vignettes, 3 additional genealogical tables, 1 illustration. Vol 2, half title, [11], [1], 209-431 pp, [1], 433* only, [1], 433 only, [7] index, [1] adverts, 31 pls, 5 portraits, 2 plans (1 folding), 7 ground plans, 1 facsimile (folding), 4 vignettes, 4 illustrations. Leaves watermarked 1799, plates dated 1800, minimal edge browning and foxing, originally intended as 1 volume, but due to the number of plates it was deemed too bulky for a single volume and was divided into 2 parts. A clean, pleasing copy. (Lowndes 544 . Huth 362). Coxe, historian and Church of England clergyman, A more irreproachable friendly man did not exist. He was always benevolently employed, & at his funeral the congregation disturbed the service with sobs. After a great dinner, he used to steal into his kitchen, and give his cook a guinea. His domestics never left him, a strong but silent compliment. (Beckett, 237) See ODNB

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        ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

      Charleston, 1801. Folio. Bound volumes in contemporary three-quarter calf and marbled boards, gilt red and green morocco labels. Slight wear to corners. Contemporary ownership signature on first leaf of most. Mild browning throughout. Some leaves trimmed close with slight loss. First bound volume with moderate to heavy worming in upper margin of first half. First issue lacks titlepage, with manuscript title- slip tipped to upper margin of first leaf. Eighth issue lacks last four pages. Separate issues each in gathered signatures, stitched, in a cloth clamshell case. Moderate dust soiling on edges of first separate issue, contemporary annotations throughout. Both internally clean. Overall very good. An impressive collection of South Carolina laws, covering 1787 to 1800. Any Charleston imprints from the Evans period are rare, and a complete run of this sort in contemporary bindings is extremely rare. The first separate issue with the collection is a complete printing of the December 1792 laws, which effectually replaces the bound variant which lacks the last four pages. The second separate issue, the December 1794 laws, does not appear in the bound volumes. A most important assemblage of imprints.

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        Voyage dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique. 2 volumes.

      A Paris et A Strasbourg, chez Amand König 1801 - Depuis le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, à travers la Cafrérie, les Royaumes de Mataman, d'Angola, de Massi, de Monoémugi, de Muschako, etc. en continuant par le désert de Sahara et la partie septentrionale de la Barbarie, jusqu'à Maroc. Commencé en 1781 et achevé en 1797. Par Chr. Fr. Damberger. Traduit de l'allemand par L. H. Delamarre. Avec figures gravées par Gaucher, Godefroy et Pillement, sur les dessins de Collet, élève de David. Accompagné d'une carte gravée par Tardieu l'aîné. Première édition en langue française. A Paris et A Strasbourg, chez Amand König - An IX (1801) - viij, 298 et 375 pages. Complet de la carte dépliante et des 4 planches. Reliure demi-veau fauve mouchetée de l'époque. Dos lisse orné et doré avec pièces de titre rouge et de tomaison verte. Papiers refaits sur les plats. Quelques rousseurs. Bon état. Format in-8°(21x13). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOURNALS OF CONGRESS: CONTAINING THEIR PROCEEDINGS [FROM SEPTEMBER 5, 1774 TO NOVEMBER 3, 1788].

      Philadelphia: From Folwell's Press, 1800-1801. - Thirteen volumes. Original boards. Vol. I-V with original paper spines, paper labels. Vol. VI-XIII with in original paper boards, old vellum rebacking of each volume. Free endpapers excised from several volumes. A few volumes also have reinforced gutter on titlepage. Otherwise a crisp, clean, untrimmed set. Very good. The first collected printing of the Journals of the United States Congress, known as the "Folwell Edition." In this set the first volume is present in the 1777 first collected edition of the first Journals of the Continental Congress. Prior to the issuing of Folwell's set, the Journals had appeared in more or less annual volumes (such as the first volume in the present set). Many of those original journals are virtually unobtainable. In 1799, Congress directed that Richard Folwell print 400 sets of the complete journals of the Continental Congress for the use of the Senate and the House of Representatives. This was accomplished during 1800 and 1801, reprinting the annual volumes comprising the proceedings of the Continental Congress from the two Congresses held prior to the Declaration of Independence, then for the duration of the Confederacy, through the adoption of the Federal Constitution in 1788. A vital record of the Revolutionary period. SABIN 15545. EVANS 15683, 38750 (through 1800).

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        Wiegenlieder. Nebst einem Anhange einiger andern Lieder für größere Kinder und eines Blumenbuches. Begleitet von einem Schreiben des Herrn M. Kinderlings, zu Calbe, die Bestimmung und den Werth des Kinderliedes betreffend.

      Zerbst Andreas Füchsel 1801 - XXXII,422 S. und 4 gefaltete Notenbeilagen, Pappband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe dieser Liedersammlung.- Die Notenbeilagen sind von Rheineck, Grube (2) und anonym.- "Die Sammlung enthält in erster Linie Dichtungen von Johann Gottfried Hermes (1764 - nach 1834). Er hat nur wenige ältere Kinderlieder aufgegriffen und weitergedichtet.Sehr aufschlussreich für die Erziehungsgrundsätze der Aufklärer sind die Ausführungen des Pastors und Rektors Johann Friedrich August Kinderling (1743 - 1807) über die Bestimmung der Erziehung mit liebender Zuwendung und schönen Worten." (Barbara Boock Kinderliederbücher 1770-2000. S. 59).- Einband stärker beschabt, kleiner Einkleber im Innendeckel, Text und Notenbeilagen nur gering gebräunt.- Sehr selten, kein Exemplar im JdA seit 1950. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Untersuchung der Symptome und Ursachen der Syncope Anginosa gewöhnlich Angina Pectoris genannt. Nebst erläuternden Leichenöffnungen. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit einigen Anmerkungen versehen von Friedrich Gotthelf Friese. Breslau, J.F. Korn, 1801. XVI, 160 S. Einfacher grauschwarz marmorierter Pappband d. Zt. mit geprägtem Rückenschild; gering bestoßen, Bezug des Rückens stärker beschabt.

      - Untersuchung der Symptome und Ursachen der Syncope Anginosa gewöhnlich Angina Pectoris genannt. Nebst erläuternden Leichenöffnungen. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit einigen Anmerkungen versehen von Friedrich Gotthelf Friese. Breslau, J.F. Korn, 1801. XVI, 160 S. Einfacher grauschwarz marmorierter Pappband d. Zt. mit geprägtem Rückenschild; gering bestoßen, Bezug des Rückens stärker beschabt. Sehr seltene, erste deutsche Ausgabe von Parrys 1799 erschienenen, erstmals die Ursachen der von Heberden beschriebenen "Angina Pectoris" darlegenden Arbeit "Inquiry into the Symptoms and Causes of Syncope Anginosa". "Parry stated . that disease of the coronary arteries is the responsible factor in angina pectoris (which he called "syncope anginosa")" (Garrison & Morton 2888 zur engl. Erstausgabe). - 8 Seiten im Vorwort mit beim Druck entstandenem "Abklatsch", sonst innen sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Place abbreviated, 11. I. 1801. - 4to. 1 p. To an unnamed addressee, telling that the printing of his latest book will not start until March due to his lasting indisposition. - Slightly foxed; small damage to one edge re-backed.

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        Map of Massachusetts proper compiled from Actual Surveys made by Order of the General Court, and under the inspection of agents of their appointment

      [Boston: B. & J. Loring, 1801. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, folded and mounted on linen. Publisher's paper label to verso, in good condition apart from some slight browning. Modern cloth chemise, within a morocco-backed cloth slipcase. A very rare and highly important early map of Massachusetts. The revised and much improved first "official" edition of the most important early map of Massachusetts. In three key ways, this edition is a great improvement over Osgood Carleton's 1798 original which was rejected for official sanction by the government of the Commonwealth. Firstly, the coastline and coastal islands have been more correctly rendered, largely due to the incorporation of information from the charts of Joseph Des Barres. Secondly, roads and streams that had been left incomplete in the earlier map were extended. Thirdly, some of the clutter of the 1798 map, engraved by Carleton's partner, John Norman, was removed, and the map is more attractive and informative, with a cleaner and crisper appearance. The history of the creation and publication of Carleton's map is interesting. There was a movement to create a state-sponsored map of Massachusetts as early as 1791. In 1795, after a failed attempt by the Massachusetts Historical Society, Osgood Carleton and John Norman signed a contract with the Commonwealth to create a state map based on surveys submitted by every town, with the entire map to be endorsed as to its quality by the state government. The map was produced in 1798, but it failed to win approval by the General Court which criticized Norman's engraving. The government asked Norman to redraw the map, although he had already printed 400 copies and went about marketing it without the official seal of approval from the Massachusetts government. Carleton, however, began to recompile the map and the firm of Callendar and Hill was contracted to engrave it. The present version of the map was approved by the General Court in 1801, and 500 copies were ordered to be printed. The map was published by B. & J. Loring in Boston, and offered (along with a companion map of Maine, which was then a constituent part of Massachusetts) at four dollars for a set, seven dollars if mounted on cloth with rollers, and eight dollars folded into cases. This copy of the map retains the publisher's original paper label, which forcefully asserts that this 1801 version of the Carleton map of Massachusetts, approved by the General Court, is "the only accurate one ever published of this state." The map is drawn on a scale of four miles to the inch, and gives a clear delineation of the boundaries and coastline of Massachusetts, and of the borders of each town in the state. The distance of each town from Boston and from their respective county seat is given, and major roads and streams are shown. Public and private institutions, including academies, meetinghouses, courthouses, etc., are located, as are topographical features such as mountains, ponds, rivers and streams. The cartouche, smaller in size and more attractive than that in the 1798 version, is still quite large, taking up much of the lower left corner of the map. It shows an Indian standing beside trees on a shoreline, with boats in the distant waters, and casks, anchors, nets, and a globe in the foreground. Danforth, 'The First Official Maps of Maine and Massachusetts,' in Imago Mundi 35 (1983), pp. 37-57; Krieger & Cobb, Mapping Boston, p. 52; Phillips, A List of Maps of America , p. 400; Ristow, American Maps and Mapmakers , pp. 89-92.

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        Philosophisch-medicinische Abhandlung über Geistesverwirrung oder Manie. Mit Kupfertafeln, welche die Form einiger Schedel, und die Abbildungen einiger Wahnsinnigen darstellen. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Mich. Wagner

      Wien Schaumburg und Compagnie, 1801. 21,5 x 13cm, Pappband der Zt., lädiert, unbeschnitten, Stempel in fliegendem Vorsatz und Titel (recto und verso), Bleistiftnotizen im Text, durchschossenes Exemplar in mod. Pappbox mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; 1 Bl., IV (Vorrede), II-L (Einleitung), 458 S., 1 nn. Bl., 2 Kupfrtafeln und 1 gef. Tabelle deutsche EA! Signiertes Unikat aus der Bibliothek von Michael Wagner, dem Übersetzer und Arzt am Narrenturm im Allgemeinen Krankenhaus Wien. Zahlreiche handschriftliche Anmerkungen von Wagner auf Französisch und Deutsch auf den Korrekturblättern, oft Exzerpte aus anderen Veröffentlichungen. - ZILBOORG/HENRY 329ff. halten die Einleitung für \"one of the most valuable texts in the history of psychiatry\" und drucken sie in ihrem Buch vollständig ab. Zu Pinel s. GARRISON/MORTON 4922 (\"Pinel was among the first to treat the insane humanely; he dispensed with chains and placed his patients under the care of specially selected physicians. Garrison considered the book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to the humanitarian treatment of the insane. It was submitted as a prize essay in 1792, the Revolution preventing its publication at that time.\"), NORMAN CATALOGUE, 1701: \"In October 1793, while serving as médecin des infirmeries at Bicêtre Hospital, Pinel had the chains struck off from forty-nine male psychiatric patients in order to substitute for his cruel oppression his ‘traitement morale‘, a humane form of psychiatric therapy that identified insanity with illness rather than moral perversity or demonic possession. This dramatic act, performed in the liberating spirit of the American and French revolutions, found immediate and enduring favor in the popular imagination as a symbol of a new attitude toward the insane, and ignited a general desire for more humane treatment of the mentally ill that culminated in the English nonrestraint movement of the mid-nineteenth century. Yet humanitarian treatment of the insane, although crucial to Pinel‘s psychiatric work, was not that work‘s sole focus, for Pinel also devoted himself to establishing psychiatry as a scientifically based branch of medicine. His Traité replaced the speculation and theorizing characteristic of earlier discussions of insanity with his own practical observations of the lunatics of the Bicêtre, whose illnesses could now be observed undistorted by cruel treatment. He retained the old classifications of mental illness, stating that contemporary medicine was as yet too primitive for more precise categories, but did introduce some subdivisions, isolating mania from delirium and recognizing the relationships between periodic mania, melancholy and hypochondria. He recognized emotional disorders to be the main cause of intellectual dysfunction, but also took into account heredity, predisposition and hypersensitivity, and attempted to find relationships between insanity and cranial deformity.\", HIRSCH/H. IV, 571; ALEXANDER/SELESNICK 151ff.. - Michael Wagner ( ? - 1812) berichtet in seinen \"Anmerkungen und Zusätzen\" (ab S. 324) u.a. ausführlich über das Wiener Tollhaus (\"Narrenturm\") Versand D: 5,00 EUR Psychiatrie, Psychiatriegeschichte

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        Histoire de l'Empire de Russie

      Maradan, Paris 1801 - TOOKE William; Histoire de l'Empire de Russie Paris Maradan 1801 "6 vol. in-8 (185 x 120 mm), xx et 400 pp. 2 ff. n. ch., 451 pp. 2 ff. n. ch., 464 pp. 2 ff. n. ch., 432 pp. 2 ff. n. ch., 419 pp. 2 ff. n. ch., 384 pp. Demi-basane fauve marbrée avec coins, dos lisse orné de faux nerfs dorés, pièce de titre et de tomaison rouge, tranches jaunes. Bel exemplaire en reliure d'époque. Édition originale de la première traduction française, donnée par l'abbé de Bassinet l'année de la mort du tsar Paul Ier, faite, sur la deuxième édition avec les corrections de M. Imirnove. William Tooke fut pendant vingt ans chapelain de l'église anglicane à Saint-Pétersbourg. Il livre une intéressante histoire de la Russie (géographie, économie, population.), basée sur les rapports commandés par Catherine II à ses savants. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Chart of South Carolina and Georgia

      [Boston: William Norman, 1801. Copper-engraved sea chart, with an early ink manuscript notation at centre, in very good condition. A very rare and finely engraved sea chart from John Norman's 'American Pilot,' one of the earliest maritime maps of the Georgia and South Carolina coasts, here in the second of three states. This map was originally published as part of the first edition of John Norman's The American Pilot, 1791, and was preceded only by Mathew Clark's chart of 1790. The present second state, with "Shute's Folly" in the inset corrected to "Shutes Folly," first appeared in the very rare 1798 edition. The chart shows the area from the St. John's River, Florida, in the south, to John's Island, South Carolina, in the north. At the lower right is a large inset of Charleston Harbour. The manuscript notation, in a contemporary hand, lends a fascinating sense of life to the map. The line concludes with the note " Black Beard Point ," alluding to the fact that "Sappola Inlet," now referred to as Sapelo Sound, was one of the favourite hideouts of the infamous pirate Blackbeard (the alias of Edward Teach) during his reign of terror from 1716 to 1718. Blackbeard's nimble vessel Queen Anne's Revenge would hide in the inlet from patrolling British ships of the line that found these littoral waters too treacherous to chance. Blackbeard's presence in the area is immortalized by the designation of the Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge, located at the northern part of Sapelo Island. The presented map was made in the years following the American Revolution, which had brought to an end Britain's leading role in the mapping of America. The task now fell to the American publishing industry, still in its infancy, but with first-hand access to the new surveys that were documenting the rapid growth of the nation. In particular, there was a need for nautical charts for use by the expanding New England commercial fleets. The first American marine atlas, Mathew Clark's A Complete Set of Charts of the Coast of America, was published in Boston in 1790. Two of Clark's charts had been engraved by John Norman, who was inspired to launch his own enterprise. In January 1790, Norman published a notice in the Boston Gazette stating he was currently engraving charts of all the coast of America on a large scale. These were assembled and published as The American Pilot , Boston, 1791. Norman's Pilot , the second American marine atlas, indeed the second American atlas of any kind, marked an advance over the earlier work of Mathew Clark. New editions of the Pilot appeared in 1792 and 1794, and after John Norman's death, his son, William, brought out editions in 1794, 1798, 1801, and 1803. Despite the seemingly large number of editions, The American Pilot is one of the rarest of all American atlases, and one of the very few published during the eighteenth century. Wheat and Brun (pps. 198-199) locate just ten complete copies for the first five editions: 1791 (Huntington, Harvard); 1792 (LC, Clements); 1794(1) (LC, JCB, Boston Public); 1794(2) (Yale); 1798 (LC, Boston Public). This example came from one of the rarest of all, the 1801 edition; not in the Library of Congress; unknown to Wheat & Brun and all other commentators except Tom Suarez Wheat & Brun, Maps & Charts Published in America before 1800 , 607; Suarez, Shedding the Veil, p. 164.

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        Punica granatum. Grenadier a fruits doux

      Paris.. Ca. 1801- 1819.. Stipple engraving printed in color with added hand color, plate 12 x 9 inches on sheet 16 x 10 inches. Light scattered foxing. Very good condition. An exquisite botanical print of a pomegranate highlighting the artistry of Pierre Joseph Redoute in combination with the subtle technique of stipple engraving. The celebrated botanical artist Redoute (1759-1840) had the distinction of receiving the patronage of Marie Antoinette before the French Revolution as well as that of the Empress Josephine following the Reign of Terror. This fine example of botanical art was published in "Traite des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on cultive en france en pleine terre. Seconde edition 'nouveau Duhamel' considerablement augmentee" (Dunthorne 243) which documented trees and shrubs cultivated in France. This is plate 11 from Volume 4. .

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        The works of the late Dr Benjamin Franklin; consisting of his Life, written by himself Together with essays, humorous, moral, and literary, chiefly in the manner of the Spectator

      Philadelphia: Wm. W. Woodward 12mo (16.7 cm, 6.6"). Frontis., 321, [11] pp.. 1801 Early American edition of the "unofficial" but extremely popular Life, re-translated into English from the French publication and released despite William Temple Franklin's attempts to suppress any version other than his own. This example comprises two volumes in one, opening with an engraved portrait of Franklin signed by Tanner and featuring an addition "not in any other Edition," according to the title-page: "An Examination, before the British House of Lords, respecting the Stamp-Act." At the back are a six-page list of subscribers and four pages of advertisements for Woodward publications. Contemporary treed sheep, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label; spine extremities a little chipped, front cover a little sprung, hinges (inside) reinforced. Frontispiece and title-page tattered and now mounted, with outer margin of first preface page repaired; a number of corners bumped or dog-eared, with a few in one section at some point delicately rodent(?)-nibbled. Subscribers' list trimmed closely, affecting two names only; pages age-toned with intermittent foxing. In fact, though not "excellent," quite "satisfactory.

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        La gorge de Mirza

      1801 - 56 pp. 1 ff. Paris, 1801, An IX, in-12, 56 pp. 1 ff, demi reliure chagrin noir, titre doré, tranches mouchetées, Editon originale (Gay II, 415) de ce "sujet proposé au concours, et dont un baiser a été le prix". On y raconte notamment l'apparition miraculeuse de la gorge de Mirza. Suite à cette émotion indescriptible, le libertin Nogaret (1740-1831) finit ses jours à l'asile de Charenton faisant suite au Divin Marquis qui y mourut en 1814. Rare exemplaire avec des annotations manuscrites de l'auteur et envoi à Andrieux, poète, jacobin et acteur de la révolution. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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