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        History of the British expedition to Egypt

      London, 1802 - 4to. title page,1 portrait, 3 folded maps, 354 pages, original leather binding.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        Briefe naturhistorischen, physikalischen und ökonomischen Inhaltes an Herrn Bernard Sebastian Nau, ehemaligen kurmainzischen Hofgerichtsrath und Professor, nebst drey vorausgeschicken naturhistorischen Abhandlungen.

      Erlangen, J.C. Schubart, 1802. 8vo (196 x 125mm). pp (8), 384, wit 4 engraved plates. Contemporary marbled boards, spine with gilt lettered label. Franz von Paula von Schrank (1747-1835) was a German botanist and entomologist. He was the first director of the then newly founded botanical garden at Munich. He was a prolific writer on the fauna and flora of Southern Germany, especially Bavaria. With the charming bookplate of Charles Atwood Kofoid, famous American algologist and protozoologist.//Stafleu & Cowan 11.114.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Cottonian Library, deposited in the British Museum ANTHONY WAGNER'S COPY

      Printed by Luke Hansard at Great Turnstile, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1802. Folio, First Edition, on laid paper, some minor spotting (mainly marginal) and some light offsetting in the text; mid-nineteenth century half calf, marbled boards with some shelf-scuffing to paper surfaces, sprinkled edges, back tooled in gilt and blind with five raised bands, very neatly rebacked with old backstrip laid down, a very good, clean copy. THIS COPY WAS FORMERLY IN THE LIBRARY OF SIR ANTHONY WAGNER, ARGUABLY THE TWENTIETH CENTURY'S MOST EMINENT GARTER KING OF ARMS. ITS BEARS HIS SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION 'Anthony R. Wagner, Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms, 4 Oct 1933' ON FRONT FREE ENDPAPER. In the late eighteenth century, the BM thoroughly revised the previous Cottonian catalogue (Smith, 1696) under the principal editorship of Planta. The mammoth revision was completed in 1800 and published on the instructions of the Royal Commission on public records. It remains the best published catalogue. Joseph Planta (1744-1827) succeeded his father as assistant librarian at the BM in 1773, was promoted to Keeper of Manuscripts in 1776 and finally to Principal Librarian from 1799-1827. See CDNB: III, 1397. Interestingly the printer, Luke Hansard, began printing the 'House of Commons Journal' in 1774; it is commonly known as 'Hansard' to this day. A SPLENDID ASSOCIATION COPY. Gross/Graves, 994. . Catalogs: palaeography.

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        Trait? des B?timents propres ? loger les animaux, qui sont n?cessaires ? l'?conomie rurale; contenant des r?gles sur les proportions, les dispositions et les emplacements, qu'il convient de donner aux ?curies, aux ?tables, aux ... (Truncated)

      Chez Voss et Compagnie, 1802, Couverture cartonn?e, Book Condition: Very Good Condition / Tr?s bonne Condition, ?dition OriginaleFull Book Title: Trait? des B?timents propres ? loger les animaux, qui sont n?cessaires ? l'?conomie rurale; contenant des r?gles sur les proportions, les dispositions et les emplacements, qu'il convient de donner aux ?curies, aux ?tables, aux bergeries, aux poullaillers, aux ruchers, etc.Size: 27,5cm x 39cm, [xii] - 72 pages, 50? planches? grav?es? d'apr?s? les? dessins? de? l'auteur? par? Frosch,? Natling,? Hullmann... (incluant le frontispice). 275mm x 390mm. Pages non-rogn?es, en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solides. Reliure cartonn?e us?e sur les bords et les coiffes. TITRE D'UNE GRANDE RARET?. Photos disponibles sur demande. // [xii] - 72 pages, 50 engraved plates (including the frontispiece). 27,5cm x 39cm. Pages are uncut, in very good condition, clean and tight. Original boards, binding worn at the edges and spine. VERY RARE. Photos available upon request, Livre

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        FAUNE PARISIENNE, INSECTES. OU HISTOIRE ABRÉGÉE DES INVIRONS DE PARIS, CLASSÉS D'APRÈS LE SYSTÈME DE FABRICIUS; PRÈCÈDÈE D'UN DISCOURS SUR LES INSECTES EN GÈNÈRAL, POUR SERVIR D'INTRODUCTION À L'ÈTUDE DE L'ENTOMOLOGIE: VOLUMES PREMIER ET DEUXIÈME

      Dentu, Imprimeur - Libraire, Paris 1802 - Volume I: cxxx, 302 pages, plus six plates. Volume II: xxii, 438 pages with index, plus errata page to volume I. Each volume bound in half leather marbled paper covered boards. From the library of Robert L. Usinger with his bookplates fixed to the front paste-down endpapers. Usinger (1912-1968) served on the faculty in the Department of Entomology at the University of California at Berkeley from 1946 until his untimely death in 1968. Spots of foxing throughout both volumes. Professionally rebacked with original leather spines pressed on. A handsome, about very good set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books, ABAA]
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        THE FEDERALIST, ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION. BY PUBLIUS. WRITTEN IN 1788. TO WHICH IS ADDED, PACIFICUS, ON THE PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY. WRITTEN IN 1793. LIKEWISE, THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION, WITH ALL THE AMENDMENTS.

      New York: Printed and sold by George F. Hopkins, 1802. - Two volumes. viii,317,[1]pp., with two pages numbered 167 and two pages numbered 168, as noted on the errata sheet and with page numbering 263-270 repeated; v,[3],351pp. Contemporary sheep, gilt morocco spine label on first volume (lacking on second volume). Hinges of second volume repaired, boards quite rubbed and edgeworn. Contemporary ownership signature on titlepage of both volumes. Moderate tanning and staining. Good. In cloth chemises and half morocco and cloth slipcases, spines gilt. Styled the "revised and corrected" edition on the titlepage, with additions to the first edition of 1788. "Most famous and influential American political work. Written in collaboration with Jay and Madison" - Howes. Ford attributes editorship of this edition to John Wells, though Sabin attributes it to William Coleman, noting it as "the last issued during Hamilton's life." This edition is expanded by the addition of the federal constitution and the first eleven amendments, and a series of articles written by Hamilton under the pseudonym "Pacificus," defending Washington's "Neutrality Proclamation" of 1793 regarding the Anglo-French war. Arguably the most complete edition, and the only other English language edition issued in Hamilton's lifetime, in the preface it identifies Hamilton, Jay, and Madison as the authors but does not specify who wrote which essays; "it was at first intended to mark the numbers distinctly which were written by each; but considerations have since occurred which would perhaps render this measure improper." Clearly issued by Hamilton partisans, the preface implies that virtually all of it was Hamilton's work, and the republication of the Pacificus essays (written in opposition to Madison) confirms the Hamiltonian slant. FORD 21. HOWES H114, "aa." COHEN 2818. SABIN 23981. DAB XI, pp. 312-13. Ron Chernow, ALEXANDER HAMILTON, pp.44, 48, 188, 603-6.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Sul Commercio de'Commestibili e caro prezzo del vitto. Opera storico - teorico - popolare.

      Presso Pirotta e Maspero, (1802)., Milano, - 2 voll. in un tomo in-8° antico (180x105mm), pp. 276; 227; legatura del tempo m. pelle con titolo e ornamenti in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati, tagli a spruzzo. Alcuni timbri di privato possesso del tempo. Qualche fioritura lieve. Ottimo stato. Prima edizione. Il libro prese spunto dal rincaro del pane registratosi in quegli anni e culminato in alcuni tumulti in Emilia e in Valtellina. In esso il Gioja esamina il tenore di vita dell'Italia sotto la dominazione napoleonica e discute le conseguenze di una ridotta offerta di alimenti, esaminando gli statuti e le grida dell'ex Lombardia austriaca relative alle annone, la libertà nella circolazione del grano, gli accaparramenti, le esportazioni, i calmieri. "Best as an attempt to rewrite the Wealth of nations from the standpoint of the united Italy he visualized" (Schumpeter). Kress Italian, 707. Goldsmiths', 18219. Palgrave, II, p. 214. New Palgrave, II, p. 532. Coquelin & Guillaumin, Dictionnaire de l'économie politique, I, 919. Pecchio, Storia della Economia Pubblica in Italia, p. 267. Rosi, II, p. 230. Schumpeter, p. 511 e 541. Paleari - Henssler, I, p. 349. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        THE FEDERALIST, ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION. BY PUBLIUS. WRITTEN IN 1788. TO WHICH IS ADDED, PACIFICUS, ON THE PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY. WRITTEN IN 1793. LIKEWISE, THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION, WITH ALL THE AMENDMENTS

      New York: Printed and sold by George F. Hopkins, 1802.. Two volumes. viii,317,[1]pp., with two pages numbered 167 and two pages numbered 168, as noted on the errata sheet and with page numbering 263-270 repeated; v,[3],351pp. Contemporary sheep, gilt morocco spine label on first volume (lacking on second volume). Hinges of second volume repaired, boards quite rubbed and edgeworn. Contemporary ownership signature on titlepage of both volumes. Moderate tanning and staining. Good. In cloth chemises and half morocco and cloth slipcases, spines gilt. Styled the "revised and corrected" edition on the titlepage, with additions to the first edition of 1788. "Most famous and influential American political work. Written in collaboration with Jay and Madison" - Howes. Ford attributes editorship of this edition to John Wells, though Sabin attributes it to William Coleman, noting it as "the last issued during Hamilton's life...." This edition is expanded by the addition of the federal constitution and the first eleven amendments, and a series of articles written by Hamilton under the pseudonym "Pacificus," defending Washington's "Neutrality Proclamation" of 1793 regarding the Anglo-French war. Arguably the most complete edition, and the only other English language edition issued in Hamilton's lifetime, in the preface it identifies Hamilton, Jay, and Madison as the authors but does not specify who wrote which essays; "it was at first intended to mark the numbers distinctly which were written by each; but considerations have since occurred which would perhaps render this measure improper." Clearly issued by Hamilton partisans, the preface implies that virtually all of it was Hamilton's work, and the republication of the Pacificus essays (written in opposition to Madison) confirms the Hamiltonian slant. FORD 21. HOWES H114, "aa." COHEN 2818. SABIN 23981. DAB XI, pp. 312-13. Ron Chernow, ALEXANDER HAMILTON, pp.44, 48, 188, 603-6.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Poems written chiefly in retirement. The Fairy of the Lake, a dramatic romance; Effusions of relative and social feeling: and Specimens of the Hope of Albion; or, Edwin of Northumbria: an epic poem. With a prefatory memoir of the life of the author; and notes and illustrations of Runic mythology. (3rd edn.)

      Hereford: Printed by W.H. Parker. 1802 Engr. front. ("Cerrig-Enion") after Sutherland. Contemp. half calf, spine with devices in gilt; rubbed, leading hinge beginning to split. A good sound copy, internally clean & fresh.Two editions appeared in 1801, also published in Hereford; of this 3rd edn, only four copies on Copac: Birmingham, Manchester, UCL, Oxford. The prefatory memoir occupies xlviii pages, and 'The Fairy of the Lake' 92pp. The 'Effusions' consist of 34 poems, written between 1785 and 1800. As with all of Thelwall's works, this is a scarce title.

      [Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books]
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        Lyrical Ballads, with Pastoral and Other Poems. Vol. I: 3rd edn; Vol. II: 2nd edn. 2 vols.

      T.N. Longman & O. Rees. 1802 Illustrated with 23 original silhouettes bound in at the end of each volume (12 in vol. I, 11 in vol. II). Contemp. full straight grained green morocco, spines expertly replaced with matching green calf, gilt ornaments, dentelles & single-ruled borders, tan & black leather labels. Booklabels of A. Lubbock on leading pastedowns, partly obscuring earlier signatures of C. Gell. a.e.g. A v.g. handsome copy.Wise (6). The first edition of 1798 comprised one volume only. For the second edition, a second volume of poems was added, with vol. I only designated 'second edition'. For the next edition, 1802, the one here presented, vol. I was thus the 'third edition', while vol. II was the 'second edition'. In this edition Wordsworth further expanded the celebrated preface, as well as editing the poems in several places. One of Wordsworth's poems was excised completely, as well as Coleridge's 'The Dungeon', reducing his contribution to just four pieces. The Argument to

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        Regole del Chiar-Oscuro in Archittetura.

      Milano, Pirotta e Maspero 1802.. Gr.-folio. Gest. Titel mit Titelkupfer (P. Anderloni), 12 Bl. mit 12 gest. Tafeln, XXII S. Text. Halblederband der Zeit, Rücken u.Kanten stärker berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar des seltenen Regelwerks.. Cicognara 806; Choix 5976.

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        La médecine clinique rendue plus précise et plus exacte par l'application de l'analyse, ou recueil et résultat d'observation sur les maladies aiguës, faites à la Salpêtrière

      - Ed. Brosson, Gabon et Cie, Paris, 1802, in 8°, basane épidermée, dos ornés de fliets dorés, 432 pp. Pièce de titre, dos décolé, trois premières pages décolées, avec trois planches détachées, quelques salissures sur les pages. E.O. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Meur]
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        The Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland: Together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches

      London: Pub. for John Reeves (pr. by W. Bulmer), 1802.

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        U.S. Attorney Pierpont Edwards attempts to moonlight for Vermont's Green Mountain Boy Ira Allen, Ethan Allen's Brother

      "An unpublished Autograph Letter Signed ""Pierpont Edwards"", 2p, 7.75"" x 12.5"", Wallingford, [Connecticut], June 28, [1802], with integral transmittal leaf addressed in his hand to ""Major General Ira Allen Colchester Vermont"" concerning his inability to travel to Vermont to assist Allen in a legal dispute. Light creasing scattered throughout with minor pinholes at some fold intersections, a few minor marginal tears and chips, else overall very bright and clean.A hurried letter responding to Allen, who had requested Edwards' representation in a lawsuit against Capt. Joshua Tanton of Lutterlough Township and Silas Hathaway of Highate Township over disputed land titles. Allen complained to Edwards, then consumed with his duties as United States Attorney for Connecticut, that his rivals were taking measures ""to gain my Property...to Imbarris [sic] me in Every Possible way so as to Provent [sic] me from having money to Dischar[g]e Every Demand that Can be prodused [sic] & to have money to Pay Land Taxes Defray Expence [sic] of Courts &c...?. Allen also asked Edwards if he knew where he could borrow $20,000. (Ira Allen to Pierpont Edwards, 8 May 1802, John J. Duffy, ed., Ethan Allen and His Kin Correspondence, 1772-1819. (1998) Vol. 2, 728-9.)Edwards had agreed to undertake the trip and attempted the journey at the end of May, but schedules and bad roads prevented it: ""Finding here an opportunity of writing to you I embrace it, being the first which has presented since I gave up my journey to Burlington ?" Conformably to my promise[?] to make preparation to leave New Haven on Saturday the 29th of May, but that day proved to be unexpectedly Stormy; the next day, being the Sabbath of our Savior I could not be permitted to travel; on monday [sic] I began my journey, and travelled one day towards Burlington, but found the road so very heavy, as to render it impossible for me to arrive at Burlington, untill [sic] it would be too late, I therefore returned..."". Edwards offers to attempt the journey again, upon Allen?s request.Allen had only recently returned to Vermont after an eight year hiatus in Europe. He had travelled to France in 1795 seeking military assistance in seizing Quebec from the British to create an independent republic of United Columbia. While en route to North America with a stand of 20,000 muskets and 24 pieces of artillery, the British captured him at sea and impounded his cargo. He spent the next eight years in court seeking the release of his property."

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        HISTORIA DE NUESTRA Sra. DE LA FUENTE-SANTA VENERADA EN SU SANTUARIO ( ) DE LA VILLA DE VILLEL, ( ) partido de Teruel, escrita por un devoto: a solicitud y diligencia de Frey d. Lamberto Culla ( ).

      - En Zaragoza: Por los Herederos de la Viuda de Francisco Moreno. (1802). 210pp. Grabado de la virgen. 19 x 13 cm. Enc. pasta española. RELIGIOSO

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        Alexander Mackenzie s, Reisen von Montreal durch Nordwestamerika nach dem Eismeer und der Süd-See; nebst einer Geschichte des Pelzhandels in Canada (= Bibliothek der neuesten und interessantesten Reisebeschreibungen. Bd. 12)

      Ohne Verlag, Berlin und Hamburg 1802 - IV; 508; HC. Zustand: Gut min. gebräunt, selten braunfleckig (Innen); Innenband vorne in unterer Richtung leicht angerissen; Eine Kupfertafel von A. Mackenzie und einer nachgemachten oder Originalunterschrift des Autors darunter; 1 Karte; Schnitt etwas angestaubt / fleckig; Einband Außen hat Gebrauchsspuren; Ist etwas bestoßen-berieben-abgegriffen; Buchrückenschild fehlt oder ist nicht lesbar; 600 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gebrauchtbücherlogistik H.J. Lauterbach]
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        General Zoology. Volumes III Parts I & II, Amphibia

      Thomas Davison, London 1802 - Thomas Davison, London. 1802. Volumes III, Parts I & II. 2 Volumes Set on Amphibia, from Shaw¿s General Zoology Series. Quarto (10 inches tall). Pages vi, 312; iv, 313-615. 140 full-page plates principally by Heath. Rebound (c1980s) in ¾ leather with appropriate marbled paper to boards. New endpaper. Decorative blind tooling to leather on boards. Raised bands to spine, gilt lining to bands. Gilt decoration, gilt titling and gilt label to spine. Light foxing to title pages otherwise contents clean, unmarked and free from foxing. Spine sunned. Binding a little stiff. A very good set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire Naturelle, générale et particulière, des Crusctacés et des Insectes. Ouvrage faisant suite aux oeuvres de Leclerc de Buffon, et partie du Cours complet d'Histoire Naturelle rédigé par C.S. Sonnini...

      Paris, F. Dufart, An X-XIII (1802-1805). 14 volumes. 8vo (215 x 135mm). With 112 engraved plates and 14 folding charts. Publisher's marbled wrappers, spines with paper label titles. Latreille's largest work. 'Latreille's major scientific contribution lay in applying the 'natural method' to the classification of insects, arachnids, and crustaceans' (DSB). Pierre André Latreille (1762-1833) was a famous French entomologist and professor at the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. A uncut uniform set.//Horn-Schenkling 12825.

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        Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute Egypte pendant les campagnes du General Bonaparte

      P. Didot, Paris 1802 - 2 volumes (text large quarto [12 x 9 1/8 inches], atlas large folio [23 x 17 inches]). Text: half-title, list of subscribers. Atlas: 143 engraved plates (numbered 1-141, plus 20 bis and 54 bis) on 142 sheets (plates 4 and 5 on the same sheet). Uncut. Contemporary French blue paper covered boards, expert repairs to the spine of the atlas. Housed in blue morocco backed boxes. Provenance: Armaney (contemporary signature on the front blank of text and title of atlas) A foundation work of Egyptology by "the first to reveal the richness of Egyptian art to Europe" (Atabey). "At [Napoleon] Bonaparte's invitation Denon eagerly accepted an opportunity to join the expedition to Egypt (1798), and while there accompanied General Louis Charles Antoine Desaix up and down the Nile in pursuit of Murad Bey, recording antiquities as he went. He returned to France with Napoleon in 1800, and within the space of two years produced his monumental Voyage dans la basse et la haute Egypte , which contained 141 of his illustrations" (Howgego D34). The remarkable plates which illustrate this work, each described in detail in the accompanying text, are of great importance to Egyptology as they illustrate for the first time many new discoveries. Denon accompanied Napoleon's expedition to Egypt, and the present series of plates are among the great artistic achievements of that monumental campaign. The work was first published in two folio volumes in 1802. Later that year the present edition was published with the text in large quarto and the atlas in "folio atlantique"; octavo, duodecimo and other editions followed. "Denon's work has been justly praised. As a member of the Commission des Sciences et Arts which accompanied Napoleon's expedition to Egypt, he remained in Egypt for thirteen months, working continuously to record the Egyptian monuments. He was the first to reveal the richness of Egyptian art to Europe" (Atabey). Blackmer 471; Gay 1998; Atabey 338 (1807 edition); Carre I: pp. 118-125; Howgego D34. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Journey from Edinburgh Through Parts of North Britain, et. Al

      London: T. N. Longman and G. Rees, 1802. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good to Fine. Book. 4to - over 9¾. Two volumes, xxiv + 408 pp., viii + 396, 44 full page aquatints in all. 3/4 modern calf binding. These two volumes by Alexander Campbell are part of the great travel illustrated plate book tradition that reached its pinnacle in the early nineteenth century before the advent of steel engravings, which made illustrations more readily available but lacked the warmth, beauty and artisanship that characterized the various techniques of printed illustration preceding. This was also a time when Scotland had achieved a certain ascendency, with its eighteenth century Enlightenment having dispelled its courser stereotype from earlier times of clan strife. Both quarto volumes, each measuring almost 11 inches by 9 inches, are very tight with strong and very handsome modern bindings. The pages have age toning but are generally clean with only the lightest of occasional foxing, and same with the gorgeous plates. There is the typical offsetting of the plates onto the opposite pages. The plates capture the rural and pastoral so effectively that they come off to us like out of a dream. This is a bygone world that in our age we can only fantasize. Photo(s) available upon request.

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        Musiken til Balletten Lagertha.

      1802 1802 - Componeret og indrettet for Piano Forte af C. Schall, Kongelig Concertmester. Tilegnet det Danske Musikelskende Publicum af Forfatteren. Bïrkeröd [eget Forlag 1802]. Stukken af J. Sonne. Med kobberstukket titelblad og frontispice af Johann Friedrich Clemens, samt 70 kobberstukne nodeplancher. Tværfolio. Samtidigt halvlæder med papirtitelfelt på forperm. * I året 1801 opnåede Det kongelige Teater betydelig succes med Galeottis ballet Lagertha, i programmet betegnet som 'Et pantomimisk Sörgespil blandet med Sang' hvortil Claus Schall havde skrevet musikken. Værket bygger på en tidligere udgivet dramatisk tekst af digteren Chr. H. Pram, der frit efter Saxo skildrer en episode af Regnar Lodbrog saga. Prams idé var at opnå et helhedskunstværk ved sammensmeltning af talt dialog, sang, pantomime og dans. I balletten blev den talte dialog dog udeladt. Handlingen er angivet mellem nodelinierne.

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        Heilkraft des thierischen Magnetismus nach eigenen Beobachtungen

      Lemgo, Meyer 1802 - 1806.. 3 Bände. 8 Bll., 504 S.; XVI, 637 S.; 304 S., 1 Bl., 318 S., 1 Bl., 436 S. Marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. Hirsch-H. V, 929 (nur Bd. 1-2); ADB XLII, 422; Ackermann II, 414 u. V, 1124. - 1786 besuchte Johann Caspar Lavater den Bremer Stadtphysikus Arnold Wienholt (1749-1804) und begeisterte ihn für den "animalischen Magnetismus". Er behandelte zunächst "einige an schweren convulsivischen Nervenzufällen leidenden junge Frauenzimmern" so wirkungsvoll, dass der Arzt und Astronom Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers mit ihm weitere Krankenprotokolle führte und auch andere führende Ärzte in Bremen, Gottfried Reinhold Treviranus und Johann Heineken von seinen Heilkräften überzeugen konnte. 1802 publizierte Wienholt zu Lebzeiten in zwei Bänden sein Hauptwerk "Die Heilkraft des thierischen Magnetismus nach eigenen Beobachtungen" anhand von 50 Krankengeschichten. Die drei Abteilungen des dritten Bandes, hrsg. von J. Ch. F. Scherf, erschienen aus dem Nachlass und enthalten die Krankengeschichte somnambuler Patienten. - Gering berieben, sehr gutes Exemplar!

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        Monographia Apum Angliae; or, an attempt to divide into their natural genera and families, such species of the Linnean genus Apis as have been discovered in England: with descriptions and observations. To which are prefixed some introductory remarks upon the class Hymenoptera, and a synoptical table of the nomenclature of the external parts of these insects.

      Ipswich, Printed for the Author by J. Raw, 1802. 2 volumes. 8vo (203 x 130mm). pp. xxii, 258, with 14 engraved plates; pp. 388, with 4 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary calf, spines with green gilt lettered label. William Kirby (1759-1850) known as the father of entomology in England, was educated for the clergy. The present work is his first major publication. "Kirby was a very capable man, a sound reasoner and careful worker so that his publications have always been looked upon with the highest regard for their accuracy" (Essig). //Nissen ZBI, 2188; British Bee Books, A bibliography 1500-1976, 165.

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        VOYAGE DE LA TROADE, FAIT DANS LES ANNEES 1785 ET 1786 - TROIS TOMES

      Edition : PARIS, DENTU, 1802 - Troisième édition, sans le volume d'atlas - 3 volumes reliés plein cuir fauve glacé, plats encadrés de guirlandes , dos lisses, à décors dorés, pièces de titres rouges - Quelques épidermures superficielles éparses, bords légèrement frottés, dos très peu touchés et restant d'un bel aspect - Intérieur frais, très rares rousseurs XVIII, 301, (4), 332, (4), 315. pages, 19 cm, in-8, reliés. Bon etat [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Debates in the Congress of the United States on the Bill for Repealing the Law "For the More Convenient Organization of the Courts of the United States;" During the First Session of the Seventh Congress [etc.]. Cohen 1203

      Albany: Printed by Whiting, Leavenworth and Whiting, 1802. Contemporary sheep, quite worn, rebacked, considerable foxing and browning, yet a usable copy The record of "[t]he profound constitutional questions embedded" in the debates resulting in the repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801, restoring that of 1789, ultimately leading to Marbury v Madison and the role of judicial review in this country

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        Voyage en Krimée, suivi de la Relation de l’Ambassade envoyée de Pétersbourg à Constantinopla en 1793; Publié par un jeune Russe, attaché à cette Ambassade. Traduit de l’allemand par L. H. Delamarre.

      - Paris, Chez Maradan, 1802, 19,5 x 13 cm., hol. pergamino, VIII + 398 págs. + 1 h. (Rara primera edición francesa de este viaje que narra la embajada y estancia en la capital del imperio Turco, escrita por Secretario de esta embajada). TURQUÍA

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        The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy Translated into English by Robert Thorp.

      Printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, London 1802 - Title page, + 2 page Advertisement + xv - lx + 360 pages. Leather binding, well just detached front & rear covers in fair condition, lacks spine. Contents most pages good, clean & tight, Title/advertisement pages detached together, a few with edge dirt, a couple with edge tear or folding, some pages have mathematical notes, but mostly clean. To inside cover is the decorative bookplate of "Charles Ward, Brasen Nose College" with ink inscription on, & ink owners name at top of Title page. Major fault is that it lacks ALL the engraving. So a good 1802 reading copy of a rare book without any engravings. 23 x 28cm. Aprox [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Rosen nach der Natur gezeichnet und colorirt mit kurzen botanischen Bestimmungen begleitet. Les Roses dessinées et enluminées d'après nature avec une courte description botanique.

      - Leipzig, Industrie-Comptoir, (1802-1817). Parts 1-10 (of 12, bound in 1 volume). Large 4to (312 x 255mm). With 50 (of 60) beautifully handcoloured engraved plates. Recent half calf, gilt ornamented spine (preserving old label). The rarest of the great iconographies on roses. Of the two famous botanical collections formed last century, the Plesh and the de Belder collection, the Plesh collection did not have a copy of the present work and the de Belder collection only had parts 1-6. Stock, in his famous bibliography on roses, published in 1984, could not find a library with more than 10 parts. The reason is that Roessig had died after part 10 and that parts 11 and 12 were continued by C.F. Waitz, most probably in a very small edition.The excellent plates, some printed in red and green, were engraved by Louise von Wangenheim. Each part has five plates and 12 pages of text, only part 7 has 16 pages and part 9 20 pages. This beautifully produced work on roses was only preceded by Mary Lawrance's 'A Collection of Roses' London 1799. Roessig condemns the work of his predecessor for the 'inaccuracy of her botanical draughtsmanship' (Henrey II, p. 580). In turn, Redouté criticized Roessig for lack of botanical accuracy. Some slight foxing to the text.Stafleu & Cowan 9429; Stock 2456. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire médicale de l'armée d'Orient, par le médecin en chef R. Desgenettes

      Croullebois, Bossange, Masson, et Besson, Paris 1802 - In-8 (205 x 133 mm), cartonnage papier marron, dos lisse orné de filets (reliure d'époque). Edition originale, rare. Un tableau dépliant. (reliure modeste à faire réparer, dos décollé, usures aux coins, nombreuses rousseurs). // Octavo (205 x 133 mm), brown paper boards, smooth spine with fillets (contemporary binding). First edition, rare. One folding table. (modest binding, to be repaired, spine disbound, corners used, numerous brownings).

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        Delle Istituzioni Diplomatiche.

      Dalla Stamperia e Fonderia al Genio Tipografico,, Milano, 1802 - Due voll. in 4°, pagg. XXX, 459, X, 516 con 8 grandi tavole più volte ripiegate, con riproduzione di vecchi documenti e sigilli; broch. originale muta. Prima edizione dell'opera del Fumagalli, Abate di S. Ambrogio e Presidente dei Cistercensi. Sintesi dell'indice: Delle materie diverse, sopra le quali hanno gli antichi costumato scrivere, del papiro dell'Egitto, della pergamena, della carta di bambagia. degli strumenti e dei liquori usati per scrivere, degli elementi della scrittura.Dei punti e delle virgole, delle sigle, delle cifre, delle abbreviazioni, inserzioni, legamenti e congiunzioni di carattere e delle note tironiane. dei diplomi sotto il dominio degli imperatori romani, dei re barbari. Della lingua dei diplomi. Dello stile dei diplomi. Delle formule dei diplomi. Dei titoli dei principi nei diplomi. Delle clausole finali dei diplomi. della sottoscrizione, del monogramma e della segnatura.Dei sigilli, delle date, delle bolle dei papi, dei diplomi dei vescovi. Delle cause diplomatiche.delle carte di contratti. dei testamenti, delle donazioni, dei benefizi. Dei falsi e impostori diplomatici, degli archivi, delle regole diplomatiche. Normali tracce del tempo ma volumi intonsi, bella carta forte. Opera non comune. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Abbildung der Größe, u. ganz besondern Farbe der 6 Zoll langen, u. 3 Zoll diken Schlossen, von 2. bis 3. ll. schwer welche d. 13. August. 1802. . ..Nuremberg, Fr[au] Kraerin, Fr[au]. Daucherin, [1802]. 4to (20.5×17.5 cm). Engraved print on laid paper, coloured by a contemporary hand as published. Mounted on a piece of paper (ca. 1926?).

      Monathliche . . . Anzeigen zur ältern und neuern Geschichte Nürnbergs, 6 (1802), pp. 119-120; not in KVK & WorldCat. An engraved print (an illustrated flier or Flugschrift reporting a curious meteorological event), showing a cross-section of one of the enormous hail stones that fell near Heroldsberg, about 11 km northeast of Nuremberg, on 13 August 1802. It weighed 2 17/32 Pfund (nearly 1.5 kg), measured 6 Zoll long and 3 Zoll thick (about 15×7.5 cm) and was unusually colourful, as depicted in the colouring of the print in pink and grey. The print also shows the distinctive layered structure of the hail stone,With the margins trimmed off, removing the thin-line border at the head but without affecting the texts, image or the other borders. Otherwise in very good condition.

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        Essai sur l'entomologie du département du Puy-de-Dôme. Monographie des lamelli - antennes. [Ensemble] Essai sur l'entomologie du département du Puy - De - Dôme. Monographie des carabiques.

      De l'imprimerie de Landriot 1802 - - De l'imprimerie de Landriot, A Clermont 1802 - 1836, In 8 (12,5x21cm), XVI, 86pp. (1) ; 127pp., relié. - Editions originales de ces deux ouvrages reliés ensemble, l'un parut en 1802, le second en 1836, sur l'entomologie du Puy-de-Dôme.Demi Percaline rouge grainée (imitant le chagrin) fin XIXe. Dos lisse à faux nerfs. Titre doré et Société linéenne du nord de la France en queue. Coins frottés. Étiquette de relieur : Cabry à Amiens.Les lamelli - antennes et les carabiques sont une division des coléoptères.Tampons : bibliothèque linéenne. J. Garnier. S.L.N.F Vente du 28/10/1938. en page de titre. XVI, 86pp. (1) ; 127pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abbildungen zu Karl Illiger's Uebersetzung von Olivier's Entomologie oder Naturgeschichte der Insecten mit ihren Gattungs- und Artmerkmalen ihrer Beschreibung und Synonymie. KÄFER.

      Nürnberg, gedruckt auf Kosten des herausgebers, 1802-1803. 2 volumes. 4to (202 x 180mm). pp. (2), iv, 136; (2), 132, with 96 fine hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary black boards, spines with gilt lines and red gilt lettered label. 'Exemplare mit Tafeln ausserordentlich selten' (Horn-Schenkling 16547). Copies with plates are very scarce and Horn & Schenkling only quote the 2 text volumes and Nissen does not mention this German translation of Olivier's 'Entomologie ou histoire naturelle des Insectes...'. The only reference we could find of the number of plates of the German edition is J.W. Hilpert. Zum Andenken an Dr. Jacob Sturm ... und eine Aufzählung seiner literarischen und artistischen Arbeiten. Nuernberg 1849. p. 17. It mentions 96 plates; these were not engraved by Sturm, although the work was being sold by him. The German translation comprises only the first 2 volumes of Olivier's comprehensive work on Coleoptera published in 6 volumes from 1789-1808. Guillaume Antoine Olivier (1756-1814) was one of the greatest of the early French naturalists and an entomologist of high standing. He was a close friend of J.C. Fabricius and a patron of P.A. Latreille. His large collection of beetles (now for the larger part in the Museum at Paris), gathered on journeys through European & Asiatic Turkey, Asia Minor, Persia, Egypt, and various Mediterranean Islands, is described in his famous work.//Provenance: Signature of Kikumaro Okano on inside frontcover and his Japanese monogram on title-pages. Ticket of W. Junk, Berlin on inside front-cover.

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        Iris Pseudacorus / Iris faux-acore

      Imprimerie de Didot jeune, Paris 1802 - Stipple engraving, printed in colour and finished by hand, engraved by Langlois. Very good condition, with the exception of being trimmed at the top edge into image. Pierre-Joseph Redouté was one of the world's great flower painters. Born into a family that had been painters for at least two generations, Redouté went to Paris in 1782 with his brother where they worked as scene painters for the Théâtre italien. Redouté painted flowers in his spare time. The search for subjects led him to the Jardin du Roi and eventually Gerard van Spaendonck who made him an assistant. While at the Jardin du Roi, Redouté came to know Charles-Louis L'Heritier, an amateur botanist and writer of independent means. He gave Redouté a full time job as an illustrator, instructing him in plant anatomy. Redouté's "functional" understanding of plants contributed greatly to the clarity of his depictions. But it was Redouté's work in stipple engraving and colour printing that was to be of the greatest importance. Stippling and the application of two or three colour inks to one plate were engraving innovations that Redouté brought to French printmaking, and these were brought to perfection in Les Liliacées from which this work comes. Les Liliacées is one of two Redouté masterworks, the other being Les Roses. These works demonstrate the appropriateness of the accolade "Raphael of Flowers", for one is constantly impressed by the exquisite compositional sense and clarity of vision. More than with any other painter, one sees in Redouté's flowers living, breathing beings at their most beautiful moment. Cf. Nissen BBI 1597; cf. Great Flower Books (1990), p 128; cf. Dunthorne p 231; cf. Stafleu & Cowan TL2 8747; cf. MacPhaeil, Redouteana , 10.

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        Législation primitive, considérée dans les derniers temps par les seules lumières de la raison, suivie de plusieurs Traités et Discours politiques.

      Le Clere 1802 - Paris, Le Clere, An XI-1802. 3 tomes reliés en 2 vol. in 8 de [4]-352pp.-[4]-408pp., [4]-412pp., reliures en demi chagrin brun à grain long de l'époque, dos lisses ornés de filets dorés et de minuscules poinçons étoilés, titre doré, dos légèrement frottés, accrocs aux coiffes, rousseurs éparses, tranches finement mouchetées de marron, bon exemplaire. Édition originale. Contient outre le texte ''Législation primitive'', l'une des oeuvres majeures du philosophe, le ''Traité du ministère public'', ''De l'éducation dans la société'' et les ''Discours sur l'état actuel de l'Europe''. Cet essai, qui fut qualifié > par saint-Simon et Comte, est considéré comme l'une des oeuvres fondatrices de l'anthropologie et de la sociologie modernes. Bonald (1754-1840) fut un philosophe et homme politique monarchiste et catholique, chef de file du courant traditionaliste, il s'opposa aux innovations politiques et sociales de la révolution française. Il s'attaqua aux droits de l'homme et au ''Contrat social'' de Rousseau, pronant un retour à la royauté et aux principes de l'église catholique romaine. Il est également l'auteur de: ''Essai analytique sur les lois naturelles de l'ordre social'' (1800), ''Du divorce considéré au XIXème siècle'' (1801), ''Pensées sur divers sujets'' (1817), ''Observations sur un ouvrage de Madame de Staël'' (1818), ''De la chrétienté et du christianisme'' (1825), ''De la famille agricole et de la famille industrielle'' (1826), ''Discours sur la vie de Jésus'' (1834). 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ALS - Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift.

      . Paris 10. Thermidor an (13.X.1802). 2 2/3 Seiten 4°. Mit allegorischer Holzschnitt-Vignette im gedruckten Briefkopf. Mit Blindsiegel. Kleiner Einriss durch Öffnen des Siegels; minimal fleckig.. Jean-Antoine Chaptal (1756-1832), französischer Chemiker, chemischer Fabrikant und Staatsmann, revolutionierte die Önologie durch die Zugabe von Zucker zum Most ("Chaptalisation"). - Als Innenminister an den Nationalökonomen und Staatsmann Pierre Louis Roederer (1754-1835), damals Präsident der Section de l'Interieur im Staatsrat ("mon cher collaborateur"), wegen des Budgets für die Pariser Oper, die zu diesem Zeitpunkt von dem Architekten Jacques Cellerier (1742-1814) geleitet wurde. - - "... Je vous invite a prevenir le c[itoye]n Cellerier quil peut se presenter a la caisse pour y percevoir les 6'000ff accordes pour la representation gratuite. - - Vous etes dans l'erreur au sujet des 33'000 ff que vous reclames pour solder les 300'000 ff qui sont dus pour les 2 1ers trimestres. le ministre de la police" (Joseph Fouche) "a paye a ma decharge une portion des deux 1ers mois de l'annee et j'ai paye a la decharge de son ministere pareille somme au prefet de police. - - allors est intervenu un arrete des Consuls qui a prononce que le ministre de l'interieur payeroit seul pour l'opera : et que celui de la police donneroit au prefet de police les sommes qu'il donnoit a l'opera ..."

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        A Tour, Performed in the Years 1795-6, Through the Taurida, or Crimea, the Ancient Kingdom of Bosphorus, the Once-powerful Republic of Tauric Cherson. Ceded to Russia By the Peace of Kainardgi and Jassy

      Nichols and Son 1802 - 4to. Leather bound. xxiv, 446 pp., [2]. Collated. Bound in contemporary leather. Rebacked and restored. Tight binding. Some rubbing and scuffing to boards and extremities. 6 bands and 5 compartments to spine. Gilt designs in each compartments. Spine label worn. 2 folded maps, 8 woodcut plates of coins, page illustrations and eight plates of engraved coins in great detail. Frontis map with small tear at mid-section crease, entire map reinforced with thin conservation paper; 2nd map in good condition with foxing and small waterstain. Interior pages clean, unmarked with minimal foxing, minor stains and light toning from age. Overall interior in very good condition. Please see our pictures. Guthrie gives an account of her tour along the coast of the Black Sea and Crimea in 1795. Maria Guthrie described her journey to her husband (the book's editor) in a series of letters. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Voyage up The Mediterranean in His Majesties Ship The Swiftsure one of the Squadron under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson.with A Description of the Battle of the Nile on the first of August 1798.

      London: Printed by T. Bensley Bolt Court for J. White Horace's Head Fleet Street 1802. - 29.5 by 24.5 cms. xxiii+309 pp. illustrated with 41 acquatint plates after drawings by the author, a folded chart, and an engraved dedication page, marbled endpapers. Half leather, red morocco, and marbled boards six panelled spine divided by gilt lines with gilt title and date. The spine has been professionally relaid, showing a little edge rubbing and shelf wear, internally very tight and bright. A very nice copy of this work. Willyams was a Clergyman serving on board and this is one of the best descriptions of the battle.

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        A Voyage Up the Mediterranean in His Majesty's Ship the Swiftsure, One of the Squadron Under the Command of Rear Admiral Sir Horation Nelson K. B.with a Description of the Battle of the Nile on the First of August 1798

      Printed By T. Bensley for J. White, London 1802 - Collation, xxiii[1]309pp, with engraved dedication pages, folding sepia aquatint chart of the Meditterranean and 41 sepia aquatint plates. Bound in full calf, rebacked retaining the original mottled boards, raised bands, leather title label, gilt dentelle lines on boards, new endpapers. Calf very light rubbed, boards slight bowed. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, some occasional light spotting or offsetting. Pages and engraved pales in good clean condition. A very nice copy, in a very good attractive binding. A19 Size: Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        General Zoology or Systematic Natural History. Volume III: AMPHIBIA.

      London, G. Kearsley/ Thomas Davison, 1802. 2 volumes. Royal-8vo (230 x 160mm). With 2 engraved titles and 140 engraved plates. Contemporary calf, spines a bit crudely rebacked. "Shaw's work best known to herpetologists is the Amphibia section, in two parts (1802 [1801?]) with 140 plates, from the extensive series 'General Zoology...'. This was the first world review of amphibians and reptiles in English" (Adler p. 17).//Nissen IVB, 870.

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        Portrait, Kniestück, stehend an einem Tisch voller Bücher, Hände aufgestützt auf einen Stuhl, gemalt von F.Tischbein, gestochen von Friedrich Müller Stuttgart, 366 x 270 mm.

      . Nürnberg, bei Johann Frauenholz & Co., 1802, auf 510 x 372 mm.. Selten, unbeschnitten, frischer Abzug von der "1te Original Platte". - Christoph Wilhelm Hufeland, in Berlin, "einer der berühmtesten und verehrtesten Aerzte seiner Zeit, war am 12. August 1762 zu Langensalza in Thüringen geboren ; sein Vater und sein Grossvater waren Leibärzte am Weimar'schen Hofe, auch ein Oheim übte die ärztliche Kunst aus. HUFELAND lebte von seinem dritten Jahre an in Weimar, studirte von 1780 an in Jena und Göttingen und wurde hier 1783 Doctor mit der "Diss. inaug. sistens usum vis electricae in asphyxia experimentis illusratum". Nach Weimar zurückgekehrt, musste er sofort die weit ausgedehnte Praxis des fast erblindeten Vaters übernehmen und lag derselben, die sehr mühevoll war, mit vielem Glücke zehn Jahre lang (bis 1793) ob. Mit den Weimar damals zierenden grossen Geistern, wie Wieland, Herder, Goethe, Schiller hatte er nicht nur Umgang, sondern hatte Gelegenheit, sie als ihr Arzt noch genauer kennen -zu lernen. Sein erster literarischer Versuch war ein Aufsatz: "Mesmer und sein Magnetismus" (Deutscher Mcrcur, 1785), in welchem er das Ungründliche und Unphysische der Sache aufzudecken und Alles auf Sinnestäuschung und selbst Sinnlichkeit zurückzuführen sich bemühte. Sein erstes, 1787 erschienenes Buch war eine Abhandlung "Ueber die Ausrottung der Pocken", in welcher er nach seinen in einer äusserst bösartigen Pockenepidemie zu Weimar gemachten Erfahrungen, die Absonderung, damals das einzig denkbare Schutzmittel, vorschlug; auch war seiner Anregung die Errichtung des ersten Leichenhauses in Weimar zu danken. Gleich in seinen ersten literarischen Arbeiten zeigte sich das Streben HUFELAND's, seine Erfahrungen nicht bloss den Fachkreisen, sondern dem grossen Publicum nutzbar zu machen und gehört HUFELAND zu den hervorragendsten Aerzten Deutschlands, deren Arbeiten auch unter dem Laien-Publicum die weiteste Verbreitung gefunden haben. 1793 wurde er vom Herzog von Weimar nach Jena als Prof. ord. honor. berufen, wo seine Vorlesungen den verdienten Beifall fanden, besonders die Makrobiotik, die er in dem grossen Auditorium vor bis zu 500 Zuhörern öffentlich vortrug. Nachdem er schon im Jahre 1794 durch eine Schrift: "Erinnerungen an alle Mütter, denen die Gesundheit ihrer Kinder am Herzen liegt" , die später, 1799, eine Erweiterung erfuhr : "Guter Rath an Mütter über die wichtigsten Punkte der physischen Erziehung der Kinder in den ersten Jahren", auf die physische Erziehung seine gemeinnützigen Belehrungen ausgedehnt hatte, erschienen im Jahre 1795 seine "Ideen über Pathogenie", 1796 die "Kunst, das menschliche Leben zu verlängern", von der 3. Auflage (1805) an unter dem Titel: "Makrobiotik", eine Schrift, die zahlreiche Auflagen erlebt (8. Aufl. 1860) und in alle europäischen Sprachen übersetzt, eine Verbreitung in der ganzen Welt gefunden hat. Auch der Journalistik sich zuwendend, gab er von 1791 an (bis 1800) die "Neuesten Annalen der französischen Arzneikunde und Wundarzneikunde" heraus, setzte dieselben im Verein mit B. N. G. SCHREGER und J. CHE. F. HARLESS als "Journal der ausländischen medicinischen Literatur" bis 1803 fort, nachdem er 1795 bereits das "Journal der praktischen Arzneikunde und Wundarzneikunst" begonnen hatte, das bis zu seinem Tode, 1836, in 82 Bänden (1809-14 mit K. HIMLY, 1815-18 mit J. CHE. F. HARLESS , seit 1821 mit E. OSANN zusammen herausgegeben) erschien, zu den angesehensten, reichhaltigsten, lehrreichsten medicinischen Zeitschriften in deutscher Sprache gehörte und auch nach seinem Tode noch bis 1844 fortgesetzt wurde. Mit dem Journal verband er seit 1799 eine kritische Zeitschrift: "Bibliothek der praktischen Heilkunde", an die sich seit 1803 eine von FB. L. AUGUSTIN herausgegebene alljährliche, wissenschaftliche Uebersicht der gesammten medicinischen Literatur und der Leistungen in allen Fächern der Heilkunde schloss. - Durch seine Bekämpfung des BROWN'schen Systems (1799), von dem selbst bedeutende Männer, wie JOHANN PETER FRANK, sein Sohn JOSEPH FRANK, EENST HORN u.A., sich hatten einnehmen lassen, wurde er in eine (hauptsächlich von WEIKARD und ROESCHLAUB veranlasste) literarische Fehde verwickelt, die, 10 Jahre lang dauernd, von Seiten der Gegner zum Theil auf das Pöbelhafteste geführt, HUFELAND, dem friedliebendsten Menschen, nicht wenig Kummer und Verdruss verursachte. Kaum hatte EDWARD JENNER (1796) seine segensreiche Entdeckung der Schutz- (Kuh-) Pockenimpfung gemacht, so nahm HUFELAND, als einer der Ersten, den grössten Antheil daran, erklärte die Vaccination als eine der allerwichtigsten Entdeckungen auf dem Gebiete der praktischen Heilkunde, suchte ihr Eingang in Deutschland zu verschaffen, sprach aber zugleich die vollkommen gerechtfertigte Besorgniss aus, dass das Vacciniren nur auf eine Zeit lang den gewünschten Vortheil bringe. - Nachdem er früher mehrere glänzende Berufungen abgelehnt hatte, nahm er einen Ruf nach Berlin, an die Stelle des zu Ende des Jahres 1800 verstorbenen Dr. C. G. SELLE, als königl. Leibarzt, Director des Collegium medico-chirurgicum, erster Arzt der Charite zu treten, mit dem Prädicate eines Geheimen Rathes an und begann mit Eifer im Frühjahr 1801 seine medicinischen Vorlesungen und die klinischen Uebungen im Charitekrankenhause. Allein auch hier wurde er vom Brownianismus verfolgt; denn sein ihm coordinirter College FRITZE war ein wüthender Brownianer, und wurde Demselben später, in der Person des Dr. ERNST HORN, eines der heftigsten jungen Brownianer, ein Gehilfe und Nachfolger gegeben. HUFELAND gab von 1802-1806 jährliche klinische Berichte über den Zustand des Charitekrankenhauses heraus; auch vollendete er in dieser Zeit sein "System der praktischen Heilkunde" (2 Bde., 1800-1805). Er empfahl ferner dringend den allgemeinen Gebrauch lauwarmer Bäder (1801), warnte vor dem verderblichen Missbrauche des Branntweins (1802), gab (1802) Nachricht von dem in Berlin errichteten Impf-Institute, zu dessen Begründung und Förderung durch zweckmässige Verordnungen und Aufmunterungen er wesentlich mitgewirkt hatte, wie er auch (1801) eine "Aufforderung an alle Aerzte Deutschlands in Betreff der Kuhpocken" gerichtet hatte. Er machte weiterhin " Vorschläge zur Einführung bestimmter Medicinalmaasse in allen Haushaltungen (1801), richtete eine "Aufforderung an die Brunnenärzte Deutschlands, besonders Schlesiens" (1802), von Zeit zu Zeit die wichtigsten Erfahrungen über die Wirkung ihrer Brunnen öffentlich mitzutheilen u. s. w. Auch der GALL'schen Schädellehre widmete er eine eingehende Darstellung und Beurtheilung (1805), erklärte sich in demselben Jahre gegen REIL'S Schrift über die Nothwendigkeit der Ausbildung ärztlicher Routiniers und sprach sich in einer Abhandlung (1806) über die Eigenschaften und Pflichten eines guten Arztes, wie er sie auffasste, aus. Nach der Schlacht bei Jena begleitete er die vor den Franzosen flüchtende königliche Familie, bei der er sich des ausgezeichnetsten Vertrauens erfreute, nach der Provinz Preussen und blieb bei derselben in Königsberg, Memel und Tilsit volle drei Jahre, bis zu ihrer Rückkehr nach Berlin, zu Weihnachten 1809. Eine verheerende Typhusepidemie , welche in Folge der Kriegsdrangsale die Provinz überzog und selbst einige Mitglieder der königlichen Familie nicht verschonte, konnte von ihm eingehend studirt und beschrieben werden (1807). Einen Hauptgegenstand der Beschäftigung für ihn während seines Aufenthaltes in Königsberg bildete die mit der neuen Organisation des Staates vorzunehmende Veränderung im Medicinalwesen und die Errichtung der neuen Universität zu Berlin, bei welchen Vorbereitungen er kräftig mitwirkte. Zur Zeit der Rückkehr nach Berlin wollte HUFELAND, der sich, in Folge trauriger Familienverhältnisse und seiner zunehmenden Augenschwäche, in der trübsten Stimmung befand, seinen Abschied nehmen, allein der König genehmigte diesen nicht, sondern stellte ihn so, dass er als Staatsrath beim Medicinal Departement und Leibarzt sich nur der klinischen und consultativen Praxis zu widmen hatt...

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        Tinted miniature profile engraving of Col. William Duane, 2 5/8 x 2 1/2 inches [plate mark] on a larger sheet (6 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches).

      - Miles Saint-Memin and the Neoclassical Profile Portrait in America 277: "Although the engraving was made in 1802, the version with the inscription 'Col. William Duane' must date after 1808, when Duane became a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army; he also held the rank of colonel from 1813 to 1815. Duane helped Benjamin Franklin Bache publish the Philadelphia Aurora, the principal voice of the Jeffersonian Republicans. His paper was responsible for stemming the tide of war against france in the late 1790s and contributed greatly to Thomas Jefferson's election in 1800." Dexter Saint-Memin Collection of Portraits 159. Very good.

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        Plate 174 - Globba Erectal

      Paris 1802 - Pierre-Joseph Redouté A selection from Les Liliacées Stipple engravings with original hand color Paris: 1802-1816 21” x 14” Very light discoloration around edges. Some very light foxing. The unequalled botanical artist Pierre-Joseph Redouté occupies a central position in the development of European flower painting. Redouté had, as pupils or patrons, five queens and empresses of France, from Marie-Antoinette to Empress Josephine and her successor, Marie-Louise. Despite many changes of regime in a turbulent epoch, he worked without interruption, a testament to his greatness as an artist. Les Liliacées was Redouté's largest and most ambitious work and is generally considered his masterpiece, arguably rivaled only by Les Roses. Produced under the patronage of the Empress Josephine, for whom Redouté worked as botanical artist at her estate at Malmaison, these pristine examples represent landmark works in the field of flower illustration. The title Les Liliacées is misleading, as the work was of a much broader scope, including representatives of the lily, amaryllis, iris, orchid, and other families. The plates were executed by means of stipple engraving, a method that the artist himself perfected when he was unsatisfied with the effects garnered by traditional copper-plate engraving. As Redouté shrewdly observed, the delicacy and subtle elegance of his compositions could only be captured using a printing method equally fine. The luminosity of stipple engraving is particularly suited to the reproduction of botanical detail. The medium involved engraving a copper plate with a dense grid of dots that could be modulated to convey delicate gradations of color. Because the ink rested on the paper in miniscule dots, it did not obscure the "light" of the paper beneath the color. After this complicated printing process was complete, the prints were finished by hand in watercolor, so as to conform to the exquisite models Redouté provided. Les Liliacées records the plants of the lily family, and related flowers, that Josephine collected for her gardens at Malmaison. Redouté's small drawings, placed at the bottom of the main illustrations, record the anatomical features of each species so that each flower could be identified with precision and cultivated to perfection. In each illustration, as in his series Les Roses, the flowers are classical "portraits" which lack backgrounds or settings. The regal simplicity of the compositions allows the viewer to focus without distraction on the beauty and delicate complexity of the plants themselves. Redoutés's work represents a uniquely harmonious blend of scientific precision and supremely delicate rendering.

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        The Natural History of British Fishes, including scientific and general descriptions of the most interesting species, and an extensive selection of accurately finished coloured plates. Taken entirely from original drawings, purposely made from the specimens in a recent state, and for the most part whilst living.

      London, printed for the author and for F. and C. Rivington, 1802-1808. 5 volumes. 8vo (233 x 142mm). With 120 beautifully handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary red morocco, gilt spines, covers with gilt borders (skilful repair to hinges). First edition of one of the finest works on fishes. " ... the paint is laid on so thickly that it is frequently impossible to see the engraved lines underneath. The already rich colouring is heightened by the addition of burnished highlights, albumen overglazes and metallic paints to give an overall effect reminiscent of the work of a miniaturist. Surprisingly, these techniques were often combined to produce a very pleasing and delicate effect: the multiple ruses of the colourist triumph over the draughtsman's numerous failures. Donovan overreached himself and died penniless ..." (Dance, 'Art of natural History' p. 87). /Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was a Anglo-Irish naturalist and the author of a number of important natural history works which stand out for their perfection of execution. Best known are probably his publications of the insects of China and India. He was a Fellow of the Linnaean Society and the Wernerian Natural History Society. //Nissen ZBI, 1141; Dean I, 330.

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