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2017-11-28 16:38:33
Jefferson, Thomas:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-11-28 16:38:33
Jefferson, Thomas
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 cop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-11-28 16:38:33
Jefferson, Thomas:
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 cop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-11-28 16:38:33
Jefferson, Thomas:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-11-28 09:39:10
KLEBER, Josef Martin);
Leipzig Verlag Graffe 1801 - EA; ca 19x13 cm; (12) 291 (1) Seiten mit gest. Titelvignette; Kartoneinband d. Zt. (Einband bestoßen, Rücken oben mit kleiner Fehlstelle, Vorsätze geringfügig stockfleckig; sonst guter Zustand) 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien
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2017-11-26 19:26:06
Milner, Joseph
gedruckt bey Conrad Schilling. Zu finden in den Brüdergemeinden / Leipzig, in Commission bey Paul Gotthelf Kummer, 1801. ...Verfassers nach Stillingfleet und Isaac Milner (S. I-LXI). - 5 Bände - vollständige Folge. Einbänd etwas berieben, bestoßen und beschabt 2 Rückenschilder (Bände 2 und 5) mit Randfehlstellen Lederecken teils mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen teils zu Beginn und am Schluß etwas leimschattig etwas stockfleckig manchmal kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken älterer Besitzvermerk auf dem Schmutztitel von Band 1, handschriftl. Nummer auf dem Vordervorsatz und älterer Namenszug auf dem Schmutztitel von Band 1 die anderen Bände mit handschriftl. Nummer auf dem Vordervorsatz oder auf dem vorderen Innnendeckel und älterem Besitzvermerk auf dem Vordervorsatz. Das Erscheinungsjahr von Band 5 ist nicht mit absoluter Sicherheit zu ermitteln (die Angaben schwanken zwischen 1809 und 1813). Am Schluß von Band 5 mit 4 eingebundenem Blättern "Verzeichniß der Schriften der evangelischen Brüdergemeine, welche in dem Buchladen zu Gnadau bey Christoph Ernst Senft um die bemerkten, zum Theil beträchtlich herabgesetzten Preise zu haben sind. 1812" - in dieser Angebotsliste aus dem Jahre 1812 werden auch die fünf Bände des vorliegenden Titels als lieferbar aufgeführt.
Bookseller: Aix Libris [Germany]
2017-11-26 19:26:06
Milner, Joseph
gedruckt bey Conrad Schilling. Zu finden in den Brüdergemeinden / Leipzig, in Commission bey Paul Gotthelf Kummer, Barby. 8°. (1801- ca. 1809). 1 Bl., XIV S., 2 Bll., 592, VII(1) S., 2 Bll., 570 S., 6 Bll., 593(1) S., 10 Bll., LXV S., 1 Bl., 565 S., 2 Bll., 602 S., 1 Bl., 4 Bll. 5 Bände - vollständige Folge. Halblederbände der Zeit mit etwas Rückenvergoldung und Marmorpapierbezug. Einbänd etwas berieben, bestoßen und beschabt; 2 Rückenschilder (Bände 2 und 5) mit Randfehlstellen; Lederecken teils mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; teils zu Beginn und am Schluß etwas leimschattig; etwas stockfleckig; manchmal kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken; älterer Besitzvermerk auf dem Schmutztitel von Band 1, handschriftl. Nummer auf dem Vordervorsatz und älterer Namenszug auf dem Schmutztitel von Band 1; die anderen Bände mit handschriftl. Nummer auf dem Vordervorsatz oder auf dem vorderen Innnendeckel und älterem Besitzvermerk auf dem Vordervorsatz. Das Erscheinungsjahr von Band 5 ist nicht mit absoluter Sicherheit zu ermitteln (die Angaben schwanken zwischen 1809 und 1813). Am Schluß von Band 5 mit 4 eingebundenem Blättern "Verzeichniß der Schriften der evangelischen Brüdergemeine, welche in dem Buchladen zu Gnadau bey Christoph Ernst Senft um die bemerkten, zum Theil beträchtlich herabgesetzten Preise zu haben sind. 1812" - in dieser Angebotsliste aus dem Jahre 1812 werden auch die fünf Bände des vorliegenden Titels als lieferbar aufgeführt. 2600 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2017-11-26 08:24:53
BARLOW, William]
[Canterbury]: [W. Bristow], 1801. - Large hand coloured map, 21 x 28 inches at a scale of approximately 2½ miles to the inch. Numerous old folds with a little wear and a couple of closed tears. Although with no engraver or publisher this is thought to be the large general map issued with the 2nd issue of the 2nd edition of Hasted?s History of Kent.
Bookseller: Michael S. Kemp, Bookseller
2017-11-26 07:54:38
EDWARDS, Bryan;
London, John Stockdale, 1801, third edition, with considerable additions. 8vo [22 x 15 cm]; 3 volumes, xxiv, xxiii, 576; viii, 618; xxii, 477 pp, 22 engraved maps and plates, many folding, including frontis portrait and 11 maps. later half calf, gilt title lettering on spines, edges worn, signature, a map split at fold, only light foxing, very good set. Sabin 21901. Cundall 2095. Welch 264. The maps include west Indies, Jamaica, Barbados, Granada, St. Vincent, Dominica, St. Christopher and Nevis, Antiqua, Virgin Islands, St. Doningo, Tobago. The plates include Negro festival, plan for sugar mill, view of Trelawney town, aboriginal peoples, bread fruit, etc. The first edition was 1793 in two volumes. The earlier editions had only 5 maps, few plates. Regatz 165: 'A classic in British Caribbean literature and probably the most famous work in the field. Standard for over a century, and still in many respects the best book on the subject up to the close of the 18th century'.
Bookseller: Horizon Books [CA]
2017-11-26 02:32:08
Webster, Daniel
Hanover: By Moses Davis, 1801. 13pp. 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 Web … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-11-25 11:52:45
FATTESCHI Bartolomeo.
Gori, 1801. in-4 gr., pp. (12), 388, leg. cart. rust. coevo. Oltre alla storia di Spoleto l'opera contiene notizie storiche su Sabina, Rieti, Rosco, il Piceno e zone limitrofe, nonché notizie sugli antichi abitatori della Sabina e dell'Umbria. Legg. arross. dovute alla qualità della carta ma ottimo esempl. a larghi margini. Lozzi 5231: "Raro".
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium [IT]
2017-11-24 19:39:39
Francesco ROSASPINA
'- 1801 - cm 43,5 x 29 ca incisione su rame dal Guercino fioriture e lievissime abrasioni, nel complesso pià che buon esemplare
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2017-11-24 16:23:48
Murphy, Arthur (1727-1805)
London : Printed for J. Wright. by J.F. Foot 1801. First Edition. Good copy bound in half worn aniline calf over marble boards with gilt-blocked label to the spine. Some wear and tear to the spine and panel edges. Remains preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and sharp-cornered.by Arthur Murphy. Physical description; 2 v. : port. Contents; Vols 1 & 2. Subjects; Garrick. David (1717-1779). Garrick. David (1717-1779) -- Portraits. Garrick. David (1717-1779) -- Studies. Theater -- England -- London -- History -- 18th century. Theater -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century. Theatrical managers -- Great Britain -- Biography. Actors -- Great Britain -- Biography. Dramatists. English -- 18th century -- Biography. Actors and actresses -- Great Britain -- Biography. Actors -- England -- Biography. Theater -- England -- History -- 18th century. Actors -- England -- 18th century. Genres; Annotations - England - 1801. Biographies - England - 1801. Biographies - England - 18th century. Illustrated. Weight in Kg appr.: 1
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2017-11-24 09:32:19
Ludwig X. (I.) von Hessen-Darmstadt, Luise Charlotte von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg -:
Darmstadt, 15. Januar, 1801. - circa 31,5 x 20 cm. 1 gefaltetes Doppelblatt mit papiergedecktem Siegel Kondolenzschreiben des Landgrafen Ludwig X. von Hessen-Darmstadt (ab 1806 als Ludwig I. Großherzog, 1753-1830) an Ernst II. von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg anlässlich des Todes seiner Schwiegertochter. Luise Charlotte zu Mecklenburg (1779-1801) hatte 1797 Erbherzog August geheiratet und war somit Erbherzogin von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg. - Aus einer bedeutenden Thüringer Autographensammlung, in eigenhändig beschrifteter Sammlermappe mit kurzen Angaben zum Inhalt und Kaufvermerk: am 20. III. 1924 bei Schlapp in Darmstadt für 2,50 Mark. "- Autograph, Handschrift, Manuskript. - Gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2017-11-22 20:50:13
PERSON DE BERAINVILLE (Pierre-Claude).
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [Paris, France]
2017-11-22 19:59:28
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2017-11-22 19:50:45
Sismondi Jean-Charles Léonard Simonde de
J.J. Pascoud Libraire, 1801. In-8° (21,5 x 13,5 cm). XIV, 327 pp. 1 tav. f.t. Brossura muta. Einaudi 5310. Kress 4445. Le esperienze agricole del celebre economista e storico ginevrino (1753-1842) nella sua tenuta di La Villa di Valdichiusa servirono da stimolo ad un'approfondita analisi economica, sociale e tecnica della agricoltura toscana. Lo studio del paesaggio rurale, dellla viticoltura, dei metodi di concimazione, dei sistemi di recupero dei terreni paludosi (metodo Thaer), le condizioni di vita degli agricoltori valsero al Sismondi, dopo la pubblicazione di questo saggio, la nomina a socio dell'Accademia dei Georgofili.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Cordero [IT]
2017-11-22 19:49:53
LACRETELLE (Charles-Jean-Dominique de, dit Le Jeune, 1766-1855)
Paris, Onfroy. Strasbourg, Treuttel et Würtz, an IX (1801) de l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Ainé. Edition originale rare de cet auteur. In-16o de xi+456 p. avec 2 gravures, Journee du 10 Aout 1792 et du 20 Juin 1792, (eaux-fortes par Duplessis-Bertaux). Lacretelle fut journaliste oppose a la Convention, professeur et Academicien, ayant publie des oeuvres historiques. Reliure 'empire' contemporaine, 1/2 basane verte, dos lisse orne, bon etat, sans rousseurs. legislation republique
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Cerat [Greece, Chalandri - Athènes]
2017-11-22 19:49:53
LACRETELLE (Jean-Charles-Dominique, dit Lacretelle le jeune).
Paris, Chez Treutell et Würtz, libraires ; chez Onfroy. De l'imprimerie de Didot jeune. 1801-1807. 6 volumes in-16, cartonnage ivoire, pièce de titre noire, non rogné (reliure de l'époque).Edition originale, à l'exception du premier volume paru initialement en 1792, de cette première étude de référence consacrée à la Révolution française.. Assemblée constituante, suivie de Réflexions politiques sur les circonstances par J.P. Rabaut. Un volume orné de six gravures d'après les dessins de Moreau le jeune. 1807. 4ème édition.- Assemblée législative. Un volume orné de deux gravures d'après les dessins de Jean Duplessis-Bertaux. An IX - 1801.- Convention nationale. Deux volumes ornés de quatre gravures, d'après les dessins de Jean Duplessis-Bertaux. An XI -1803.- Directoire exécutif. Deux volumes ornés de quatre gravures, d'après les dessins de Jean Duplessis-Bertaux. 1806.Tables chronologiques."Ce précis fait suite à l'Almanach de la Révolution de Rabaut de Saint-Etienne. Il est bien écrit et assez impartial ; mais après avoir eu beaucoup de succès, il s'est vu effacé par d'autres ouvrages qui ne le valent peut-être pas". (Brunet, III, 731 ; Cohen- Seymour, 837).L'historien Lacretelle (1766-1855) prit la suite de Rabaut, guillotiné en 1793, et rédigea cette fresque en prison, où l'avaient conduit ses sympathies royalistes. Cachet et ex-libris armorié de la bibliothèque du château de Mello, ancienne propriété des barons Seillière. Petite déchirure sans gêne pour la lecture p. 375 du tome 2 consacré au Directoire exécutif.Plaisante série.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE BLOMET [PARIS, France]
2017-11-22 19:48:38
EDWARDS, Bryan.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Hoofddorp, NETHERLANDS]
2017-11-22 19:44:55
OLIVIER GUILLAUME ANTOINE.
PARIGI, AGASSE, 1801-1807. 3 volumi in-4° e un atlante in-folio: I) XII pp., 2 cc. nn., 432 pp, 2 cc. nn. II) 2 cc. nn., II pp., 466 pp., 1 c. nn. III) 2 cc. nn., VIII pp., 566 pp., 1 c. nn.; atlante: VII pp., 1 p. bianca, 4 cc., 50 tavv. incise a piena pagina, molte ripiegate; legatura coeva in mezza pelle, doppio tassello con titoli in oro ai dorsi. Strappo anticamente restaurato all'errata del III volume di testo. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione di questo importante viaggio di Guillaume Antoine Olivier (1756-1814), inviato in missione dal governo presso lo Shah di Persia. Olivier lasciò Parigi nel 1792, sostò per qualche tempo a Costantinopoli, muovendosi poi verso l'Arcipelago e lungo il litorale dell'Asia minore prima di raggiungere il basso Egitto. Nel 1795 partì dall'Egitto alla volta della Persia e raggiunse Teheran attraverso la Siria, l'Arabia e la Mesopotamia. L'autore narra anche alcuni scontri sostenuti con tribù curde, il ricongiungimento con la carovana da Baghdad verso Aleppo e il rientro in patria via Cipro. Le carte geografiche raffiguaranti le tappe del viaggio sono incise da disegni di Horace Vernet, mentre le tavole di storia naturale e zoologia si basano su disegni di Redouté. Grande naturalista, Olivier fu autore anche della celebrata "Entomologie" (1789-1809), opera la cui stesura fu però interrotta da questa missione e dalla Rivoluzione. "This is an important work both for its scope and the amount of information it provides, particularly on the Aegean Islands. Olivier was a naturalist and entymologist who was sent on a French government mission to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-11-22 19:44:55
MAYER, LUIGI
TH.BENSLEY, 1801. THREE SUPERB WORKS BY LUIGI MAYER IN ONE SUMPTUOUS BINDING!!! : Views in Egypt from the original drawings in the posession of Sir Robert Ainslie Taken During His Embassy To Constantinople By Luigi Mayer: Engraved Under The Direction Of Thomas Milton. With
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Quist [NL]
2017-11-22 19:36:41
MacKenzie, Alexander
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 19:30:41
CAYENNE (Impression de)]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-11-22 19:23:25
CLEMENCEAU
A Londres Chez A. Dulau et Co. Soho Square et Richardson, Royal Exchange 1801 In-8 de (2)-II-(2)-324-(2) pp. Reliés à la suite : Assassinat du duc d'Enghien, prince du sang par Bonaparte, le 23 Mars, 1804, Poeme par l'Auteur du Vengeur des Rois. A Londres, chez Dulau, Deconchy et aux Chapelles Françoises, 1804. In-8 de 31-(1) pp. Assassinat de Georges Cadoual, le 25 Juin 1804 ; l'Apotheose, le Couronnement et la Robe Impériale de Buonaparte, par l'Auteur du Poème sur l'Assassinat du Duc d'Enghien. A Londres : De l'IMprimerie de P. Daponte et Vogel, et se vend chez Dulau et Co. Soho et Deconchy, 1804. In-8 de 40-(2) pp. Les trois pièces reliées en un vol. in-8, maroquin rouge à grains longs, dos fleurdelisé, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, motifs de lys en coin, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Trois pièces en édition originale par un aïeul de Georges Clemenceau, Magistrat chef de Justice en France, Emigré pour Dieu et pour le Roi.
Bookseller: Libraire Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [FR]
2017-11-22 19:21:07
Adams, Thomas Boylston (1772-1832)
1801. Small red leather wallet-style copy of "The Gentleman's Annual Pocket Remembrancer, for the Year 1801," published in Philadelphia: printed by John Bioren, for William Y. Birch, nd (ca.1800). Leather a bit rubbed, flap intact. The Remembrancer contains, in addition to the printed text, some "ruled pages for memorandums, observations, and engagements." Thomas Boylston Adams, third son and youngest child of President John Adams (1735-1826) and his wife Abigail (1744-1818), has used these calendar style pages to record brief entries in pencil regarding his law practice, financial transactions with various individuals, travels, subscriptions, and notations of letters to family members. Adams served as secretary to his brother John Quincy Adams during his first diplomatic mission to Europe from 1794-1798, returning to Philadelphia to practice law at the end of that time. His short entries for the year 1801, averaging nine or ten brief notes a month, give an overall outline of his life in Philadelphia as a young lawyer attempting to establish himself in the profession. Stray notes in the early pages of the Remembrancer record Thomas Boylston Adams' contracts with Mrs. Baker and M. Roberts "to wash for me," also a few cases he was likely working on, Wm. Coates vs. John Price, Wm. Woodward vs. Thomas Hood, etc. Adams pens a short 70 word essay on one early blank page regarding the authorship of a biography of Henderson, whom Adams says is one Joseph Cottle: "a literary Bookseller at Bristol. The article is to be found in a scarce volume of his Miscellanies and is evidently dic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books, ABAA [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-11-22 19:16:24
[Pennsylvania]: Dallas, Alexander James
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-11-22 19:12:27
NORMAN, John
Boston, 1801. No Binding. Very Good. 20 x 32 inches. Expected soiling & wear, some repairs to outer areas with small areas of restorations, still very good of this kind. Only the second chart of the Maine coast published in America; the first chart by Clark is all but unobtainable. The Norman was the best available chart of this area in the early years of the United States, and as it was specifically intended for use at sea, it is now of extreme rarity. This especially rare second state of the chart, which added the title lacking from state one, appeared only in the 1803 edition of the American Pilot. The American Revolution brought an end to Britain's leading role in the mapping of America. The task now fell to the American publishing industry, still in its infancy, but with direct access to 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, Matthew Clark's A Complete Set of Charts of the Coast of America, was published in Boston in 1790. Two of Clark's charts were engraved by John Norman, who was inspired to launch his own enterprise. On Jan. 1, 1790, Norman advertised in the Boston Gazette the publication of "A New General Chart of the West Indies," with a notice stating that he was currently engraving charts of the entire coast of America on a large scale. These were first assembled and published as The American Pilot in 1791. Norman's Pilot, the second American marine atlas, indeed the second American atlas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 18:58:41
FABBRONI (Adamo)
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-11-22 18:56:54
Adams, Thomas Boylston (1772-1832)
Bookseller: Bartlebys Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 18:14:30
Cary, John( ca. 1754-1835)
Bookseller: Angelika C. J. Friebe Ltd. - MapWoman [Dorking, United Kingdom]
2017-11-22 18:04:14
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2017-11-21 23:51:13
REUSS, J. D.,
Göttingen, 1801-21. (Nachdruck, New York 1962). 16 Bde. 8vo. Originale Verlagsleinenbände. (Burt Franklin Bibliography and Reference Series, 29). I. Historia naturalis, generalis et zoologia. 1801. IV, 574 S. II. Botanica et mineralogia. 1802. VIII, 604 S. III. Chemica et res metallica. 1803. VIII, 221 S. IV. Physica. 1805. VIII, 416 S. V. Astronomia. 1804. VIII, 548 S. VI. Oeconomia. 1806. XVI, 476 S. VII. Mathesis, mechanica, hydrostatica, hydraulica, hydrotechnia, aerostatica, pneumatica, technologia, architectura civilis, scientia navalis, scientia militaris. 1808. XIV, 514 S. VIII. Historia, subsidia historica (geographia, chronologia, monumenta veterum populorum, inscriptiones, numi et res numaria, ars diplomatica, heraldica), historia universalis, historia generis humani, historia mythica, historia specialis, Asiae, Africae, Americae, Europae, historia ecclesastica, historia litteraria. 1810. XII, 674 S. IX. Philologia, linguae, scriptores graeci, scriptores latini, litterae elegantiores, poesis, rhetorica, ars antiqua, pictura, musica. 1810. XII, 230 S. X. Scientia et ars medica et chirurgica, propaedeutica, anatomia et physiologia, hygiine, pathologiea seu nosologia generalis, semeiotica. 1813. XVIII, 426 S. XI. Materia medica, pharmacia. 1816. XX, 423 S. XII. Therapia generalis et specialis, continens A.B.C. 1817. IIX (= XII), 364 S. XIII. Therapia generalis et specialis, continens D.E.F.G.H. 1818. XII, 584 S. XIV. Therapia generalis et specialis, continens I.-S. 1820. XIV, 476 S. XV. Therapia generalis et specialis, continens T.-Z. Operationes chirurgicae, medi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat + Verlag Klaus Breinlich
2017-11-21 17:20:39
CORRADO Vincenzo
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.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2017-11-21 15:28:45
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London: The Royal Society of London, 1801. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 1801-1923, volume 91 to 211, bound in 122 (of 123) volumes, lacking vol. 155 (1865) only. From vol. 178 (1888) onwards Series B present only, containing papers of a biological character. 4to (275 x 215 mm). Also includes extra vol. 168 (1869) An Account of the Petrological, Botanical, and Zoological Collection Made in Kerguelen's Land and Rodriguez during the Transit of Venus Expeditions 1874-75. Contemporary calf or half calf, leather generally very dry and rubbed, several volumes with detached boards and detached or missing spines. Internally generally clean with little age-toning and occassional minor spotting, first and final leaves (including endpapers) generally foxed, several plates foxed mainly in margins. Provenance: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (library stamps to titles, some pages and plates). A very good set internally which however needs some restoration/rebacking of about half of the set. ----PMM 148, Dibner 83, Horblit 95b, Dibner 64 (Faraday papers). FIRST EDITIONS. The Philosophical Transactions, the official journal of the Royal Society of London was established in 1665 making it the first journal in the world exclusively devoted to science, and therefore also the world's longest-running scientific journal. In the first years of its existence it was edited and published by the Royal Society's first secretary, Henry Oldenburg. In 1887 the journal expanded and divided into two separate publications, one serving the physical sciences, Philosophical Transactio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-11-21 10:54:36
Hutchinson, Samuel
GROENTEMARKT AAN DE PRINSENGRACHT?This View of the Prince Graft -Lanuor Graft - and Wester Church ? Amsterdam?. Ets met aquatint, vervaardigd door Francis Dukes in 1801 (hier in een herdruk uit 1810) naar een tekening van Samuel Hutchinson die op zijn beurt teruggreep op een tekening van Nicolaas Bauer uit 1789. Afm.: 37 x 49 cm.We zien de groentemarkt aan de Prinsengracht tussen Beren- en Reestraat (Prinsengracht 341-375), in noordelijke richting. Links de brug over de Lauriergracht, in het midden de Reesluis, rechts op de achtergrond de toren van de Westerkerk. Geheel rechts de huizen Prinsengracht 375 en 373 met daarnaast de ingang van de Oudenoldersgang.De groentemarkt aan de Prinsengracht was ingesteld in 1644, ter vervanging van die aan de Oudezijds en Nieuwezijdsvoorburgwal. Hij was veruit de grootste van de stad en liep van ongeveer de Looiersgracht langs beide zijden tot voorbij de Rozengracht. Tuinders uit de wijde omgeving van de stad verkochten groenten en fruit vanaf hun schuiten aan handelaren en particulieren. Op het hier getoonde gedeelte lagen de schuiten uit de Diemer- of Watergraafsmeer.Prijs: ?950,-.
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE
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2017-11-20 21:49:13
CESTRUM) Redoute, P.J. (illus). Mlle. Janinet (engraved by).
Paris., Ca. 1801- 1819. Paris.. Ca. 1801- 1819.. Stipple engraving printed in color with added hand color, plate 12 x 9 inches on sheet 16 x 10 inches, with accompanying text sheet. Faint foxing (mainly to upper and lower margins outside plate area). Very good condition. An exquisite botanical print of cestrum, 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 60 from Volume 2. The text sheet identifies it as a native of Chile. .
Bookseller: old imprints ABAA/ILAB [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-11-20 14:52:36
Denys de Montfort, P.
1801-1804 1801 - Important work on molluscs and a suite of the Oevres de Buffon by Sonnini. Pierre Dénys de Montfort (1766-1820) was a profilic writer on malacology, best known for his interest in cephalopods, in particular the "poulpe colossal", whose presence he regarded as a scientific fact. It took many more years before he was proved to be right, although his rendering of a giant octopus grabbing a three-master was exaggerated indeed. Contains the descriptions and illustrations of several rare and new species (Dance, History of Shell Collecting, p. 87; Holthuis, Basteria 55). 2168 pp., 63 Ku.-Taf., 5 HLdr geb. 8 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ConchBooks [Germany]
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2017-11-20 13:03:01
Barbados; Moore, Samuel, Editor
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-20 09:18:24
LAVOISIER, Antoine Laurent.
Paris: Deterville, 1801. Third edition, with important additions. For the first time, the first two of the three papers Lavoisier wrote on respiration are reprinted in this work, as well as his two memoirs on transpiration, the second of which had not been previously published. "One of the great milestones in the history of chemical literature. By common consent modern chemistry begins with this work, 'which finally freed the science from its phlogiston chains and formed the starting point of its modern progress. It may be said to have done almost as much for chemistry as Newton's Principia did for physics' (Zeitlinger). Lavoisier used the balance to demonstrate the weight of matter at every chemical change, defined the terms element and compound, explained combustion and the rusting of metals as a chemical combination with oxygen, and through his concept of the conservation of matter developed methods of chemical analysis. The book contains the first list of twenty-three chemical elements and their compounds" (Neville, II, p. 21). Cole 780. Duveen & Klickstein 159. Neville, II, p. 23-24.2 volumes, 8vo, pp. xliv, 386; vii, 377, (1), 2 folding printed tables and 13 folding engraved plates, drawn and engraved by Madame Lavoisier. With the half-titles. Contemporary calf-backed paste-paper boards (joints and ends of spines carefully repaired), flat spines gilt, green morocco lettering pieces on spines.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2017-11-20 09:00:21
KAY, R.
Newcastle: Printed by and for M. Angus & Son, 1801. 104pp. Later nineteenth-century green cloth, gilt. Slightly bubbled, rubbed to extremities., some damp-staining towards the end of text block, rear endpaper. A guide to the teaching of the English language by Newcastle educator R. Kay, of whom little is known other than this present work. With an approbation from 14 members of the Newcastle upon Tyne Schoolmasters Association, the primer, which features several moral tales, fables and poems as illustrative examples alongside numerous woodcuts by Thomas Bewick, is 'heartily' recommended 'to the Use of Parents and Teachers, as a valuable Help to the Initiation of their Pupils in the essential Principles of their native Language'. . First edition. 12mo.
Bookseller: Antiquates
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