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        Description D'Une oreille de charrue, offrant le moins de resistance possible, et dont l'execution est aussi facile que certaine

      Paris: Chez Les Freres Levrault, 1802. First edition. Hardcover. Maroon library cloth, Very good. Pages 322 - 329 with a full page plate bearing ten figures (illustrations) for the construction D'une oreille de Charrue -- Jefferson's new design for a plough-ear which he tested in Monticello. This article appeared in "Annales du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle" -- Tome Primiere with 32 engraved plates (2 folding, one colored). Jefferson wrote to A. Thouin, a major contributor to the Society: "I have made a small alteration in the form of the toe of the Mould-board, which, while it preserves the principle untouched enables us to shorten the ploughshare six to eight inches, which is preferred by the agriculturists here to the first form." He sent Thorin a small box containing the model, and calls himself "not to be adept, but only a zealous amateur in the objects of the society." Ex-library, Harvard College bookplate.

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        He kaine diatheke: Novum Testamentum. Juxta exemplar Joannis Millii accuratissime impressum

      Excudebat Isaias Thomas, Jun, Wigorniae, Massachusettensi (Worcester, Ma.) 1802 - 12mo (6 3/4 x 4 1/4"). 478, [2]pp. Contemporary full calf, with gold lettering and ruling to spine. Publisher's device on title page.Edited by Caleb Alexander, and printed by Isaiah Thomas Jr. of Worcester, Massachusetts, this work is the earliest Greek New Testament printed in America.The book is printed in the main from sameedition as Bowyer'sTestament of 1794, but the editor has departed from Mill's text in several instances. (For more information, see Darlow & Moule 4775).Publisher's engraved colophon at rear indicating that the book was printed "at the Press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Worcester. December 25, 1802." At recto of the colophon is an advertisement for "books, printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Printer and Bookseller, Worcester, Massachusetts."Binding rubbed along edges. Head of spine partly chipped. Previous owner's bookplate and inscription (dated 1825 and 1829) on inside of front cover. Previous owner's name in ink on title (Caleb Green Jr.). Fly leaf at rear also inscribed by previous owner. Caleb Green Jr.'s signature along fore-edge of page 13. Clear water-staining along fore-edge of pages 25 to 30 (not affecting lettering). Sporadic offsetting and foxing throughout. Text in Greek. Binding in overall good-, interior in good- to good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Wolf King; or Little Red Riding Hood: An Old Woman's Tale," [ballad in] The Port Folio; Enlarged (June 5th - 26th, 1802)

      Printed for The Editor & Elizabeth Dickens, Philadelphia 1802 - Periodicals. Folios. A set of four weekly issues from June, 1802. (Volume 2, Nos. 22-25). Each weekly issue consists of eight pages, disbound but untrimmed as originally published, and professionally sewn into one set of four consecutive issues. Browning and scattered foxing, with two columns (measuring 3" x 7" and 3" x 2.5") clipped from the last leaf of the first issue (pp. 175-176), else good. Contains the first American appearance of a sensational burlesque version of "Little Red Riding Hood" (pages 173-174). First published anonymously in Tales of Terror (London, 1801), a collection of ballads satirizing the gothic writings of Matthew Gregory "Monk" Lewis, this account of the nursery tale is notably grimmer than the 1812 Brothers Grimm version. The Port Folio was an important Federalist literary magazine founded in Philadelphia in 1801 and edited by Joseph Dennie under the pen name "Oliver Oldschool, Esq." Also included in the June 5th issue are obituary notices for Martha Washington, "widow of the late illustrious general," and Sara Jay, "the amiable and much respected wife of his excellency John Jay." [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Bardic Museum,

      Edward Jones, No 3, Green Street, London 1802 - No 3, Green Street, London: Edward Jones, 1802 1st ed, VG. In modern brown buckram, titles to spine in gold. Internally, new brown endpapers, binders stamp to fpd (Delrue), frontis, [3], (iv-xx), [1], 2-112 pp, 1 pl (coloured), 2 woodcuts, 1-60 text, 61-112 music scores and notes, articles on Early Learning among the Ancient Britons, Some Account of Taliesin, Thirteen Rarities of Royal Regalia, etc, tp watermarked 1800, hand coloured frontis of the Harper and audience by Ibbetson & the landscape by Smith Engraved by Rowlanson, some leave edges with repairs. Jones had prepared a third volume, a portion only of which was published at his death, the remainder being issued subsequently. (Grove, Dict. of music. Libri Walliae 2848/p352). Title continues: Drawn from authentic documents of remote antiquity, (with great pains now rescued from oblivion) and never before published, Containing The Bardic Triads, Historic Odes, Eulogies, Songs, Elegies, Memorials of The Tombs of Warriors, Of King Arthur and his Knights, Regalias, The Wonders of Wales, etc With English translations and historic illustrations likewise the Ancient War-Tunes of the Bards. etc [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Iris Pratensis

      1802 - Pierre-Joseph Redouté Plate 237: Iris Pratensis From: Les Liliacées Paris: 1802-1816 Size: 26” x 18 ¼” x 1" framed Hand colored stipple engraving

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        Le Peintre Graveur. 21 Volumes plus 1 Volume of Supplement.

      Vienna: Degen / Mechetti, 1802 - 1821; Leipzig: Weigel, 1843. . 22 Volumes. Contemporary quarter calf & marbled boards, spines lettered in gilt on black panels. This is the 21 volume set in French published in Vienna from 1802 - 1821, plus the supplementary volume published in Leipzig by Weigel in 1843. Rubbing to joints, scattered foxing, upper hinge of Volume 1 tender but intact, chip from the upper spine of Volume 15; a very good set. The spine of Volume 21 is misnumbered as 20. This set contains 73 engraved plates [of 76]; the plates from Volumes 16 & 17 are not present, and appear never to have been bound in [copies are provided in facsimile]. The first plate at the rear of Volume 7 has been excised, as in all copies examined. The plate at the rear of Volume 6 is folding. The set is sometimes accompanied to two oblong 4to. volumes of plates, not present here. Internally fresh, a decent set overall. When wrapped this set will weigh about 10 kg (22 pounds) so shipping costs are a consideration.

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        Traité théorique et pratique sur la culture des grains, suivi de l'art de faire le pain.

      Two vols., (4) + viii + viii + 472 and (4) + xiii + (1) + 574pp., including both half-titles, with a folding map of France in vol.I (upper margin of map browned and one blank corner torn out), and with 15 folding plates in vol.II, one plate misfolded, contemporary uniform sprinkled calf, spines fully gilt and labelled with red gilt lettering pieces, slight wear to head and foot of spines but overall very good copies indeed.Publisher: Paris, Delalain,Year: 1802Edition: First edition.

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        Tritoma Uvaria

      1802 - Pierre-Joseph Redouté Plate 09: Tritoma Uvaria From: Les Liliacées Paris: 1802-1816 Size: 24.5" x 31.25" x 1.75 framed Hand colored stipple engraving

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        Kort en duidelyk onderwys in 't Italiaansch boekhouden (...) vorts eene juiste beschrijving der scheeps-reederij (...) wisselbank (...) woordenboekje. 5e druk, Amsterdam, Holtrop, 1802.

      Origineel bedrukt kartonnen omslag, 172 pag. Enkele marges beschadigd.

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        LANDSEER -- Schetsje met de pen van een jager met twee honden, gesigneerd E. Landseer, 8,5x12 cm.

      Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, (London 1802-1873) was een beroemd dierschilder. M8417.

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        A VIEW OF SOUTH-CAROLINA, AS RESPECTS HER NATURAL AND CIVIL CONCERNS

      Charleston: Printed by W.P. Young, 1802. [4],252,[1]pp. plus three maps (two folding, one of them colored in outline), three plates (two folding), and two folding tables. Original blue paper-covered boards, tan paper backstrip, paper spine label lettered in black. Minor edge wear. Light foxing, toning to one plate. In all, an excellent copy, mostly unopened, wholly untrimmed and unsophisticated. In a cloth case, leather label. The superb Siebert copy of Drayton's great work on South Carolina, one of only 500 copies printed. Drayton became governor of South Carolina in January 1800 and served until December 1802. This book was composed and written during that period, when he travelled extensively throughout the state, including the more remote reaches of the upper country. His wide-ranging interests and position led him to accumulate materials on practically every aspect of life in South Carolina at the time, including natural history; Indians; minerals; raising rice, tobacco, and corn; inland navigation; commerce and manufactures; and various social and charitable activities. Drayton's work is well illustrated, with a large map of South Carolina, one of the Santee Canal, and plates showing the State House, rice cultivation, and fossils discovered in the up-country. After the book was completed, Drayton obtained a map of Winyaw Bay, and had a postscript and the map printed and tipped into some copies. This copy contains this rare insert, both the postscript and map, frequently lacking; copies often do not have a complete complement of plates and maps, and even the Streeter copy lacked the map of South Carolina. An unmatchably superb copy in absolutely original condition. STREETER SALE 1137. HOWES D492, "aa." SABIN 20815. CLARK II:88. REESE, FEDERAL HUNDRED 90.

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        Der Schweizerbund.

      Zürich: Orell, Geßner, Füßli 1779-1802 - 8°. 127, 78, 194 S., Pappband der Zeit (Einbandecken leicht bestossen; Einband leicht berieben; sonst altersgemäss gut erhalten) Angebunden: [Wieland, Ludwig Friedrich August:] Das Liebhabertheater in zwey Aufzügen (=Lustpiele, 1) (irrtümlich Heinrich von Kleist zugeschrieben) - [Wieland, Ludwig Friedrich August:] Coquetterie und Liebe in drey Aufzügen (=Lustspiele 2) (irrtümlich Heinrich von Kleist zugeschrieben) - Wieland, C. M.: Comische Erzählungen. Johann Ludwig Ambühl bildete sich als Autodidakt und wurde als Nachfolger seines Vaters Lehrer in Wattwil. Literarische Anregung empfing er in der „Toggenburgischen moralischen Gesellschaft", der auch Ulrich Bräker angehörte, mit dem Ambühl befreundet war. 1782 wurde Ambühl Hauslehrer der Stieftochter des J. L. Custer in Rheineck. Mit seinem Zögling reiste er 1786 nach Straßburg, 1788 nach Genf. 1790 begleitete er seinen Brotherrn auf einer Reise nach Italien. Seit 1796 weilte A. in Altstätten. In der Zeit der Helvetik war er Distriktstatthalter im Oberrheintal. Als Dichter steht A. stark unter dem Einfluß der Sturm- und Drang- Bewegung, zumal des jungen Goethe. Seine Werke sind großenteils von vaterländisch-freiheitlichem Gefühl getragen. Ludwig Friedrich August Wieland (1777-1819), Sohn des Dichters Christoph Martin Wieland, studierte in Jena und promovierte dort. Der bei einem Treffen zwischen ihm, Heinrich von Kleist, Heinrich Geßner und Heinrich Zschokke 1802 begonnene Dichterwettstreit führte zur Entstehung des Lustspiels "Der zerbrochne Krug" von Kleist. Zwischen 1809 und 1811 war er Bibliothekar bei den Fürsten Esterházy in Wien; später ging er zurück nach Weimar und Jena. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lotgevallen op eene reize van Riga over Holland door Spanjen en een gedeelte van Italien. 2 delen in 1 band, Amsterdam, v.d. Hey, 1802.

      16+184 pag. Titelvignet door R. Vinkeles van de reiziger te Portugal. Iets gebruikt exemplaar. In Nederland: Nieuweschans, Groningen, Zwolle, Zuiderzee, Amsterdam, Rotterdam. B1979.

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        "MILITARIA; HEINRICH; KAAPSTAD; SINT HELENA--- Album amicorum van de Duitse legerofficier Carl Gottlieb Heinrich, lopend over de jaren 1802-1818. Oblong boekje in geheel leren band met ca. 90 inschrijvingen, waaronder 16 aquarellen en 4 tekeningen en 2 geborduurde bladen. Voor- en achterkant liggen los. Manuscript.".

      Heinrich kwam uit Bischofswerda in Saksen, waar zij ouders en verdere familie woonde, die in 1802 bijdragen leverden. In hetzelfde jaar bereisde hij Duitsland en ging in Nederlandse dienst: Kampen (1802-1803), Harlingen (1804), Breda (1806), kamp bij Overveen (1807), Nantes (1810), reis Nantes - Batavia (1811) Weltevreden bij Batavia (1811), reis naar Bengalen (1811), terugreis Java-Europa (1812), Steenbergen (1814), Maastricht (1818). Veel inschrijvingen zijn van officieren uit het Bataafse leger (F. Krager, J.D. van Schelle, J.F.C. Serrier, G.F. Arentz, J.F. Geissler, Ballot, A. Lendron, Kerkhoff, H.P. de Wolf van Westeroode, A.J. Heshuysen, E. Nieuwenhuis, Kruseman, H.M. Eekhout, F.J. Beckman, Fr. Alberti, Brunier, J.N. Dibbetz, Schilling, Camphuysen, v. Oldenbarnevelt genaamt van Hemert, v. Oldenbarnevelt gen. Tullingh, P.W. Wimmer (krijgsgevangen kapitein), W.J. la Clé, J. van Duijnen, O.W. Ross etc. De tekeningen betreffen o.a. een gezicht op de Tafelberg en Kaapstad en een gezicht op Sint Helena. Ook een aardige scheepstekening.M9415/AA001

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        The Journal of Frederick Horneman's Travels,

      1802 - from Cairo to Mourzouk, the Capital of the Kingdom of Fezzan, in Africa.First edition. 2 large folding maps. 4to. Contemporary quarter calf, rubbed. iv, xxvi, 195pp. W. Bulmer & Co., London, Horneman was one of the unlucky four sent out by the African Association to find the source of the Niger and the direction of its flow. During his first expedition he reached Murzuk, but was forced to retreat to Tripoli. On his second attempt however he died somewhere on the Niger, without being able to inform the world of his accomplishments. Cox I, p398. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mon voyage au Mont-d'Or, par l'auteur du Voyage à Constantinople, par l'Allemagne et la Hongrie.

      

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        Travels through the Southern Provinces of the Russian Empire

      London: A Strahan for TN Longman and O Rees, 1802. First Edition in English. Hardcover. VG+ to near Fine. in the years 1793 and 1794. 2 volumes 552 & 523 pages. 55 plates incl. some aquatints and engraved, 6 engraved maps and plans and hand colored plates. An important travel narrative describing Russia in the late 18th century. A handsome mid 20th century quarter leather binding, raised spine bands, contrasting colored spine labels, gilt rules. A vg+ to near fine copy showing basically no wear and internally crisp and clean and most appealing.

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        De ridder Don Quichot van Mancha. Versneeden naar den hedendaagschen smaak, en verrijkt met afbeeldingen eener nieuwe uitvindinge. Den Haag, J.C. Leeuwestijn, 1802. [2 delen].

      "8°: pi1 *-2* 8 3* 2 A-2C 8 2D 6, gepag.: [2] 36, 477 [1] pp.; pi1 * 4 A-2A 8 2B 6, gepag.: 8, 379 [1] pp. Twee gegraveerde titelpagina's, een ongesigneerd portret van Cervantes tegenover de eerste titelpagina en 12 omtrekgravures, eveneens ongesigneerd. Half linnen. Lit.: Busken Huet, LFK I, p. 117 en dl XXIV, p. 163; Pieter van Woensel, Amurath-Effendi, Hekim-Bachi, ingeleid en geannoteerd door drs. J.J. Wesselo (Zutphen z.j.) Arents 11, Buisman 367; Scheepers II, 728".

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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 Horatio Nelson, K.B. now Viscount and Baron Nelson of the Nile and Duke of Bronte in Sicily.

      T. Bensley, Bolt Court for J. White, Horace's Head, Fleet Street. 1802 - with a Description of the Battle of the Nile on the First of August 1798 and a detail of events that occurred subsequent to the Battle in various parts of the Mediterranean. First Edition, Quarto, [1] xxiii, 309pp. Fine engraved dedication leaf with the Earl of St. Vincent's Arms, complete copy with the 43 plates including a fold out chart of the Mediterranean. Contemporary owner signature to title 'Hamilton'. Account of the Mediterranean Voyage that led to the Battle of the Nile in 1798. Attractively bound in later half calf, raised bands over marbled boards. T.E.G. [Abbey 196. Blackmer1813] First Edition1802. Excellent Copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Critische Darstellung der Gallschen anatomisch-physiologischen Untersuchungen des Gehirn- und Schädelbaues. Mit beygefügten historischen Notizen über Herrn Doctor Gall und dessen neueste Schicksale in Wien.

      - Zürich, bey Ziegler, 1802, kl.-8°, (2), 182 pp., Pappband d.Zt.; feiner Pappband. Selten! Erste Ausgab, anonym "W - r " erschienen, und fälschlicher Weise oft Johann Adam Walther zugeschrieben. *) Erste Würdigung der Franz Joseph Gall'schen (1758-1828) Lehre aus wissenschaftlicher Sicht von dem berühmten Chirurgen und Ophthalmologen Philipp Franz v. Walther (1782-1849). "Wien den 9. Sept. 1802. "Erklärung des Doktor Gall über ein vor kurzem erschienenes Werk unter der Auffschrift "Kritische Darstellung der Gallschen anatomisch - physiologischen Untersuchung des Gehirn- und Schedelbaues ." (Aus einem Briefe desselben gezogen)." "Sie fordern mich auf, Ihnen mein Urtheil über die kritische Darstellung meiner Untersuchungen u.s.w. mitzuteilen, und zu bestimmen, in wie fern man sich aus derselben über den Gehalt meiner Lehrsätze unterrichten könne. Das angezeigte Werk wurde mir von einer unbekannten Hand zugeschickt, und ich freue mich, darin eine treue und richtig gefaßte Darstellung meiner Gehirn - und Schedellehre zu finden, welche sich unter der Menge größerer und kleinerer Schriften, in denen meine Grundsätze theils mangelhaft, theils außer - allem wissenschaftlichen Zusammenhange vorgetragen wurden, vorteilhaft ausgezeichnet. Sowohl die allgemeinen Ansichten meines Systems als die Bestimmung der Sitze einzelner Organe sind durchaus richtig und verläßlich angegeben ; so wie auch der historische Theil dieser Abhandlung die Aufeinanderfolge der neuesten Ereignisse und Verfügungen in meiner Sache genau darstellt. Nur wäre es sehr zu wünschen, daß der mir unbekannte Hr. Verf. Eine mehr verständliche Schreibart gewählet, und sich bey der Darstellung meiner Lehre der Terminologie der kritischen Schule enthalten wollen. Obgleich ich in der Druckschrift den Herrn W - R als nen sehr denkenden und einsichtsvollen Mann kennen lerne, der nothwendig in meinem Privatumgange sich die gründliche Einsicht in mein Lehrsystem erworben haben muß, welche er an allen Stellen seiner Abhandlung verräht, so kann ich doch hieraus seinen Namen nicht errathen, da ich mir schmeichle, durch meine Vorlesungen die persönliche Bekanntschaft vieler vortrefflichen Köpfe erlangt und bey ihnen Interesse für meine encephalognomische Untersuchungen erregt zu haben. Uebrigens wünsche ich, die besagte Darstellung möge recht viele Leser finden, und das Publikum möge dieselbe so lange zur Basis seines Urtheils über den von mir gehandelten Gegenstand nehmen, bis ich selbst durch die Herausgabe meines Werks näheres Licht über das Detail meiner Lehre verbreiten kann. Joseph Gall." Johann Jacob Hartenkeil, Medicinisch-chirurgische Zeitung, 1802/4, pp.301-302. "Gall war auf eine Theorie der Hirnfunktion gestoßen, die größte Bedeutung erlangen sollte. Er war ein Pionier kortikaler Lokalisationstheorie, wenn auch auf Grund falscher Überlegungen. Edwin G. Broing faßte den Beitrag der Phrenologie treffend zusammen, als er sagte: "Die Theorie Galls und Spurzheims ist ein Beispiel für eine Theorie, die trotz ihrer Irrtümer geeignet war, weiteres wissenschaftliches Danken anzuregen". Dank der Phrenologie bewegte sich die Vorstellung der geistigen Funktionen "von der Idee der immartiellen cartesianischen Seele weg in Richtung auf eine materielle Theorie der Nervenfunktion. Die Irrtümer der Phrenologie lagen eigentlich nur in Einzelheiten und in dem Fanatismus ihrer Anhänger." E.G. Boring, History of experimental psychology, 2nd.Ed., 1957, pp.57-58 *) siehe - Callisen, A.C.P.: Medicinisches Schriftsteller-Lexikon (1834) XX, p.370 ff. im Artikel Walther (Philipp Franz von): "Beide diese Schriften, die erste anonymisch (r."W --- r"), die zweite nur mit dem Namen Walther bezeichnet, gehören diesem Verfasser an, wenigstens die zweite, wiewohl sie von Meusel dem Heinrich (No.855), und von Esch und Puchelt dem Johann Adam (No.858) beigelegt werden." ferner - Gelehrtes München im Jahre 1834, Neuer Nekrolog der Deutschen, Deutsche Biographische Enzyklopädie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Neue Gedichte.

      o. Dr,, Berlin. 1802 - Mit gest. Front. (Porträt der Dichterin von F.W. Bollinger) u. 1 gestoch. Faks.-Tafel. XXXII (Titel, Pränumerantenverzeichnis, Inh.), 222 S. Erste Ausgabe. - Friedrichs 14; Goed. V, 416, 52, 6. - Die Autorin (1751-1828), Nichte von Benjamin Franklin, war befreundet mit Wieland, Ramler, Herder, der Karschin, Sophie von La Roche, die teilweise unter den Pränumeranten waren. Sie war in erster Ehe mit dem preuß. Major von Bandemer verheiratet, nach der Scheidung mit einem Grafen von Bohlen. Als auch diese Ehe aufgelöst wurde ging sie zu ihrem ersten Mann zurück. Sie stand im Ruf einer gelehrten Dichterin Ein charakeristischer Zug ihrer Dichtung sind die Anspielungen auf Figuren der griechischen Mythologie. Manchmal erwies sie sich auch als scharfe Kritikerin. (zit. nach Killy Literaturlexikon). - Wenige Braunflecken. Marmor. Pappbd. d. Zt., berieben und bestoßen. Exlibris. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Part of the floor.

      Description d'un Pave en Mosaique. Paris: P. Didot. 1802 - Copper engraving. Early printed colour. Size: 46 x 38 cm. (18 x 15 inches). Very good condition. Good wide margins. Waterstain on left hand margin, not affecting image. This magnificent print is a superb example of early printed colour. It was published in Alexandre Laborde's 'Description d'un Pave en Mosaique'. This book documented the discovery of a mosaic floor of a Roman villa, found in the village of Santiponce near Seville.This print shows four of the roundels that make up part of the floor in immaculate detail. One roundel contains a portrait of 'Erato', another shows a black dog, a lion and the fourth, shows part of a horse.

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        Loge centrale des véritables Francs-Maçons ou Lettre d'un philosophe du Nord à Madame la Princesse de N...

      P., Michelet, 1802, in 12, de 4ff. 272pp., pl. veau raciné époque, dos orné, 1er plat frappé avec la mention dorée "Charlesworth Maosnic Library", cachet au titre, bel exemplaire. Très rare. ¶ "Un des ouvrages les plus rares sur la Franc-Maçonnerie. Cette Loge centrale qui, suivant l'auteur, fut ignorée pendant de longues années, aurait été fondée par Arminius ou Hermann qui, envoyé à Rome à la Cour d'Auguste, avait été initié par des Esséniens et qui, rentré dans sa patrie, créa cette Loge, devenue, même à son origine, le centre de la Maçonnerie. Sous les auspices d'Odin, Arminius enseignait les mystères d'Isis et préparait l'indépendance de sa patrie en combattant l'ignorance qui avait fait pendant des siècles le malheur de la Germanie." (sic) Dorbon n°204 - Fesch p.141 - Wolfstieg n°4811 - Kloss 722.

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        Regole del Chiar-Oscuro in Archittetura.

      Milano, Pirotta e Maspero 1802. - Cicognara 806; Choix 5976. 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.

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        Carta della Sabina

      Lazio 1802 - Carta geografica della Sabina montata su tela a stacchi. Dal punto di vista tecnico è tracciato il reticolato geografico con maglie rispondenti a 10' di latitudine per 10 ' di longitudine. Orografia a monticelli con tratteggio a luce obliqua, abitati rappresentati in pianta, strade e confini. La carta è arricchita da una cornice e da decorativo cartiglio in cui è riportato il titolo della stessa. Stampata a Roma presso la Calcografia Camerale. Nella porzione di territorio raffigurato si notano le città di Terni, Narni, Rieti, Civita Castellana, Civita Ducale, Roma e Tivoli. mm 433x498

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        A Dictionary of Natural History;

      First edition of this charming dictionary of natural history which describes "all the animated beings in nature... and also the fabulous animals of antiquity", and is illustrated with forty-eight hand-coloured engravings. The text begins with an introduction to natural history terminology and then describes the physical appearance, behavior, and habitat of thousands of of animals and insects. Among them is the Dodo, described as "A large, unwieldy bird, found in the Isle of France, of an awkward, clumsy, form inelegant in its figure, and inactive in all its motions; appearing among birds, what the sloth does among quadrupeds, an helpless unresisting creature, incapable of either defence or flight..." This copy is bound in an attractive contemporary binding with gilt stags on the spine. Uncommon complete. or, Complete Summary of Zoology. Containing a Full and Succinct Description of all the Animated Beings in Nature... as also all the Fabulous Animals of Antiquity... Illustrated with Accurate Engravings of the Most Important and Interesting Animals. London: by C. Whittingham for J. Scatcherd; W, Peacock; Vernor and Hood; and J. Harris, 1802. Octavo (125 x 85 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments with stag tools, green morocco label, floral roll to boards gilt, red speckled edges. Frontispiece and 47 hand-coloured plates. Binder's instructions & errata leaf with publisher's ad on the verso. Ownership inscription to front free endpaper, ownership inscription to title crossed out. Joints cracked, some wear at the extremities and abrasions to the boards, a little offsetting to the title, tape repair to G5, gathering F misbound. A very good, unsophisticated copy.

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        History of the British Expedition to Egypt; to which is Subjoined a Sketch of the Present State of that Country and its means of Defence.

      Egerton., London 1802 - xxi, 354pp, frontis (Abercrombie), 2 fold maps, 1 folding plan, 2 folding tables. Later editions expanded but a nice copy of the 1st. Recased, llight wear to boards, new eps, ageing to frontis, maps and charts but all still crisp. 1.4kg Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Descriptions pittoresques de jardins du goût le plus moderne

      À Leipzig, Chez Voss et Compagnie, 1802, in-8, VIII-124 pp, 28 pl. gravées sur cuivre, demi-basane havane de l'époque, dos fileté orné de fleurons à froid et d'un chiffre couronné en pied, Première édition française du Gemählde von Gärten im neuern Geschmacke de Christian Ludwig Stieglitz (1756-1836), publié à l'origine à Leipzig en 1796. Réflexion lyrique sur l'aménagement des jardins, ornée de planches gravées d'après les dessins de Karl August Benjamin Siegel (1757-1832), professeur d'architecture à Leipzig et à Drese, par Johann Adolf Darnstedt (1769-1844), Gottlieb Wilhelm Hüllmann (1765-1828) et Schumann : 1 plan "I" et 7 planches correspondantes numérotés I-A à I-G, 1 plan "II" et 8 planches II-A à II-H, puis 11 planches figurant des pavillons et mobiliers de jardins. Une charnière fendue sur 3 cm, petit trou de ver en pied du dos, dos passé. Petites rousseurs aux planches.

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        Amaryllis Reginae

      1802 - Pierre-Joseph Redouté Plate 9: Amaryllis Reginae From: Les Liliacées Paris: 1802-1816 Size: 24.5" x 31.25" x 1.75" framed Hand colored stipple engraving

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        Égypte. Atlas annexé au mémoire sur la communication de la Mer Rouge à la Méditerranée.

      [Paris, l'Imprimerie Imperiale], 1802. - Folio (354 x 526 mm). (2) pp., 5 engraved folding maps and plans. In the publisher's original blue marbled wrappers. (Includes:) Le Père, [Jacques-Marie]. Mémoire sur la communication de la Mer des Indes à la Méditerranée, par la Mer Rouge et l'Isthme de Soueys. [Paris, l'Imprimerie Imperiale, 1809]. 21-186 pp. (With:) Bois-Aymé, [Aimé] du. Mémoire sur les anciennes limites de la Mer Rouge. 187-192 pp. Modern white boards with giltstamped black spine label. Folio (290 x 442 mm). The five-plate atlas to accompany the mémoire regarding the possibility of constructing a modern canal from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea via the Isthmus of Suez, which J.-M. Le Père, chief engineer of the Ponts et Chaussées, would submit to Napoleon in 1803. The plates include a hydrographical map of Lower Egypt and the Isthmus, a plan of the port of Suez, a plan and view of the "Fontaine de Moïse", a synoptic chart of the (supposed) various water levels along the Isthmus, and a plan of the city and ports of Alexandria. Even here, in their earliest publication, dated 1802 on the title page, the plates already bear the numbers under which they would be published in 1809 and 1817 within the monumental "Description de l'Égypte", bearing witness to the accuracy with which the editors had planned their famous work. Indeed, the commission to distil into a publication the enormous amount of data accumulated in Egypt by Napoleon's savants had only been established in February 1802, and the table of contents (on the reverse of the title page) specifies that "ces planches font partie du grand Atlas de l'ouvrage de la Commission d'Égypte, état moderne". - Le Père's mémoire itself was not published at all before it formed part of the "Description": a copy of this first publication, removed from part II: État Moderne, volume 1, is included with this set (it would be published independently, with the atlas, in 1815). - During the 1798 campaign in Egypt, Napoleon's officers had discovered remnants of the ancient "Canal of the Pharaohs", a west-east waterway built under Darius I of Persia that linked the Nile and the Red Sea. Napoleon contemplated the construction of a north-south canal to connect the Mediterranean with the Red Sea, and Le Père was commissioned to investigate the possibility of building such a canal. While the plan was abandoned because it wrongly concluded that the sea levels were different and the waterway would require locks, the report was important as a basis for Ferdinand de Lesseps' successful plans for the Suez Canal many decades later. - Occasional foxing to margins of plates, binding somewhat loosened in places, but in excellent condition altogether. Very rare. Ibrahim-Hilmy 374. OCLC 492528366. Gay 1999. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Svensk botanik. I-III

      Bok. Stockholm, C. Delén och J. G. Forsgren / Henrik A. Nordström, 1802-1804. 72 handkolorerade planscher med tillhörande text, x, 12, (1) s. + plansch 73-144, handkolorerade, med tillhörande text, xvii, 14, (1) s. + plansch 145-216, handkolorerade, med tillhörande text, xiv, 11, (1) s. 3 vol. halvfranska band, vol. II-III uniforma, vol. III m. skadat rygghuvud. 14x22 cm. Namnt.

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        Travels through Sweden, Finland and Lapland to the North Cape in the years 1798 and 1799. I-II.

      London, Joseph Mawman, in the poultry, successor to Mr. Dilly 1802. 4to. I: xxiv + 396 pp. II: viii + 380 pp. 17 engravings all together + 6 leaves of engraved music. The large folding map is placed in vol. I, and the engr. of a Finlander attacking a bear is placed as frontispiece in vol. II, otherwise the engravings are bound according to list in vol. I. The last three pl. of vol. I have sl. damp stains in upper margins. Modern half cloth w. marbled boards. Uncut edges, slightly browned. The spines sl. faded. Small tear in outer margin on pp. 265-316. Overall a very good set. Schiøtz 3a. Bring 309. According to Bring two editions were printed the same year, this ed. is the younger one with the printer's name on bottom of the title leaves and on the last page of each vol.

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        TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE FRIEDENSITORER ZU DOMINGO

      [Germany, 1802. Engraved oval portrait, 2 inches round, on a 5 1/2 x 3 inch sheet with an ornamental border. Light wear. Very good. An interesting image of Haitian leader Toussaint L'Ouverture. This small portrait shows him from the shoulders up. He is standing as if in profile, but looks over his shoulder toward the viewer, giving us essentially a full-face image. He wears a military coat and the look on his face is calm, the portrayal dignified. The caption translates loosely as "Toussaint L'Ouverture disturber of the peace in Domingo." Around the time this portrait was made, Toussaint had added Spanish Santo Domingo to his domains, freed the slaves on that half of the island, and organized a new constitution for St. Domingue which declared himself governor of the island for life. Though he had wide popular support, his government was brief and he was captured by deception during a French invasion led by Le Clerc at Napoleon's direction. He died, a prisoner, in France in 1803. An interesting portrait of the famed Haitian leader, an image which we have not encountered before.

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        Anacreontis Odaria, ad textus Barnesiani fidem emendata.

      Londini: Gul. Bulmer & Soc., 1802. 8vo (21.5 cm, 8.4"). [2], 130 pp.; illus. First Forster edition and first Bulmer printing thereof: a handsome example of the ever-popular songs of Anacreon, edited and prepared by Edward Forster (1769–1828) based largely on Barnes' influential text. This production made excellent use of the Greek font cut for printer William Bulmer by William Martin, who had trained under Baskerville; Martin's distinctive serifless type was designed without ligatures. Lavinia Banks Forster, the editor's wife, supplied the illustrations — the elegantly printed text is ornamented with => 20 copper-engraved vignettes. The Annual Review & History of Literature for 1803 described the resulting volume as an "exquisite specimen of typographical skill," while Dibdin called it an "elegant work" that "confers great credit on the printer."    Binding: Contemporary red straight-grained morocco, ornately framed and panelled in gilt and blind, with central medallion and corner fleurons composed of gilt-stamped and blind-tooled motifs, spine likewise combining gilt and blind decorations. Board edges and turn-ins with gilt roll; pastedowns framed in blind with blind-tooled corner fleurons. All edges gilt and gauffered, over earlier marbling.    Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of American collector John Taylor Bottomley (1869–1925); front free endpaper with early inked inscription: "Vn. Thomas ex dono Com. de Sunderland 1806." Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia).         Dibdin, I, 266–67; NSTC A1179; Schweiger, I, 25–26. Bound as above; spine very slightly sunned, joints and edges showing moderate rubbing. Front pastedown and endpaper with bookplate and inscription as above. Mild to moderate foxing. => A stunning volume.

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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 Horatio Nelson, K.B. with a Description of the Battle of the Nile on the first of August 1798, and a Detail of Events that occurred subsequent to the Battle in various parts of the Mediterranean.

      London: T. Bensley for J. White 1802 - First Edition, 4to: titlepage, xxiii including engraved dedication to Earl St Vincent, folding uncoloured aquatint map, pp. 309, complete with 41 aquatint plates by J.C. Stadler in sepia. They include a plan of the battle by Capt. R.W. Miller of the Theseus composed ‘the following morning’. Wood-engraved tail-pieces in text. Contemporary polished calf, with previous decorative backstrip and letterpiece preserved. Replacement endpapers. In 1798 Willyams, Vicar of Exning, Suffolk, served as chaplain of HMS Swiftsure (Capt. Hallowell), in the squadron under the command of Admiral Nelson. A competent draughtsman, he had previously served as chaplain of HMS Boyne and produced views during the British campaign of 1794 in the West Indies. He was present at the great British victory at the Battle of the Nile 1-3 August 1798 and provides an eyewitness account of the fighting. His is “the first, the most particular, and the most authentic account of the battle” (DNB). He remained with the ship for a further two years. The illustrations from drawings on the spot include views of Sicily, Egypt, Venice, Minorca and Gibraltar, as well as inhabitants of the Mediterranean seaboard and British servicemen on and off-duty, also Egyptian antiquities. According to his Preface, Willyams felt only a seaman was qualified to depict scenes of the actual fighting, and for accuracy commends three large engravings after Capt. Weir to the reader. 32 of the plates were reprinted for the posthumously published Selection of views in Egypt, Palestine, Rhodes, Italy, Minorca, and Gibraltar, in 1822. CONDITION: Very small wormhole close to fore-edge developing from circa p. 39 onwards, turning into small trace in last few leaves. Plates and text unaffected. Leading corners of binding a little bumped, with damage to gilt tracery at lower right corner of upper cover. Contents generally very clean. SIZE: 285 x 225mm, 11¼ x 9 ins. REF: Abbey Travel 169. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Schriften. Hrsg. v. Fr. Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck. 2 Bände. Titel, XII, 338 S.; Titel, 552 S. Halblederbde im Stil d. Z. mit 2 farb. Rückenschildern und reicher Rückenvergoldung (v. Hahn).

      Berlin, Realschulbuchhandlung, 1802. - Erste Ausgabe eines der berühmtesten und seltensten Bücher der deutschen Romantik, ein Jahr nach Novalis Tod erschienen. Enthält fast ausschließlich Erstdrucke, vor allem den des 'Heinrich von Ofterdingen'. Diese "Apotheose der Poesie" gilt als ein Schlüsselwerk der Frühromantik. Die Einzelausgabe des Romans im selben Jahr wurde von diesem Satz abgezogen und separat mit eigenem Titelblatt herausgegeben. Die große Seltenheit erklärt sich daraus, dass weder der Dichter selbst noch die beiden Herausgeber genügend bekannt waren, um eine größere Auflage (nur 500 Exemplare) zu rechtfertigen. Der mit 29 Jahren gestorbene Novalis gilt als der bedeutendste Dichter der deutschen Romantik. In seinem Werk verbindet sich tiefe Innerlichkeit mit höchster Sprachvirtuosität. Auf ihn geht das Symbol der "blauen Blume" der Romantik zurück. Novalis' Bedeutung wurde von dem Jenaer Kreis schon zu Lebzeiten erkannt, und Tieck und Schlegel gaben ein Jahr nach seinem Tod diese bis heute gültige Gesamtausgabe seiner Werke heraus und waren sich dabei ebenso uneinig wie beim Musen-Almanach. "Beide gingen zwar mit dem Gefühl ans Werk, sie hätten heilige Reliquien zu verwahren . Zuerst einmal mußte Tieck davon überzeugt werden, daß jeder Versuch, den unvollendeten 'Ofterdingen' zu vervollständigen, eine ungeheuerliche Blasphemie wäre" (Paulin, Biographie, S. 128). Die 'Schriften' enthalten neben 'Heinrich von Ofterdingen' die 'Blütenstaubfragmente', 'Die Lehrlinge zu Sais' und die 'Hymnen an die Nacht', eine Verherrlichung seiner verstorbenen Geliebten Sophie v. Kühn. – Titel von Band 1 mit handschriftl. Besitzeintrag "Julie Kopstadt, geb. v. Clermont. Essen 1804". Dieser Titel ist durch Entfernen eines Exlibris verso leicht knitterig sowie mit altem Papier hinterlegt. In jedem Band je ein Vorsatzblatt mit alten handschriftl. Eintragungen. Stellenweise . In jedem Band je ein Vorsatzblatt mit alten handschriftl. Eintragungen. Minimal nicht störend fleckig, Band 2 mit Braunfleck auf den Seiten 85-166 im oberen Rand, 2 Bl. mit kl. Tintenspritzern, 2 Bl. am Anfang im Bug sporfleckig (Text nicht berührt). Sonst frisches und sehr breitrandiges Exemplar. – Goed. VI 51, 4; Brieger 1872; Borst 925; Deneke 977. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die hellstrahlenden Plejaden am arabischen poetischen Himmel, oder die sieben am Tempel zu Mekka aufgehangenen arabischen Gedichte. Uebersetzt, erläutert und mit einer Einleitung versehen.

      Münster, P. Waldeck, 1802. - 8vo (16.5 : 9.5 cm). XXIV, 216 S. Erste vollständige deutsche Übertragung der im Orient beliebtesten Anthologie vorislamischer Beduinendichtung. Al-mu?allaqât bedeutet ?die Aufgehängten?, sieben preiswürdige, mit Gold gestickte und in der Ka?ba ausgespannte Gedichte. Hartmann (1774-1838), ein Schüler Eichhorns in Göttingen, übersetzte nach arabischen Originalen soweit zugänglich, ansonsten nach der englischen Version von William Jones (1783). Goethe entlieh das Werk in Frühjahr 1815 der Weimarer Bibliothek. Katharina Mommsen hat den weitreichenden Einfluß nachgewiesen, den insbesondere Hartmanns Einleitung und Kommentar auf den west-östlichen Divan ausübten. - Laut Aufdruck am Rückdeckel wurde der das ?Aufhängen? typographisch symbolisierende Pappband 1931 vom Münsteraner Buchhändler Joseph Thiele zu seinem 25-jährigen Jubiläum ausgegeben, offenbar über Bögen einer erhaltenen Restauflage. - Goedeke VII, 780, 140, 5 (= 587, 49, 2); Schnurrer, no. 206; Mommsen, Goethe und die Moallakat, 1960, passim. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, Titel und Schlußblatt stärker. Selten. Bedruckter Pappband von 1931 über originalen Druckbögen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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