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        Fine Document Signed by the Secretary, James Hope,

      1802 - admitting Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas INGLIS a member "after tryal taken by the Judges of the Company", with the Company's fine pendant Seal, 2¼ inches in diameter on a white-green-white ribbon, showing two archers holding their bows and arrows upight on either side of a yew tree, on the reverse are figures of Cupid "In Peace" and Mars "And War", the document beautifully engraved with manuscript additions, 8" x 15½", Edinburgh, 18th September tiny original indentation at one letter of the seal inscription without its loss, otherwise excellent The Society of Archers, founded in 1676 for recreation and improvement of archery, obtained a charter from Queen Anne as a Royal Company in 1713. Since 1822 and George IV's visit they have been the Sovereign's Body Guard for Scotland, Thomas Inglis was in 1787 a Lieutenant in the 39th Foot and in 1789 a Captain, receiving the Burgess Tickets of Nairn and Ayr respectively in those years as a mark of esteem. In 1801 Inglis was promoted Captain in the North Lowland Fencibles (raised in 1794 for home service, disbanded 1802). Their Colonel (1799-1802) was the distinguished soldier John Hope, (1765-1823, from 1816 4th Earl of Hopetoun), an Archer since 1788, who perhaps sponsored Inglis on this occasion. As its Captain-General from 1819, Lord Hopetoun, on 15th August 1822, with half the archers, received George IV at Holyrood (the other half had escorted the king from the quayside at Leith), and later entertained the king at Hopetoun House. In 1802, Thomas Inglis, on joining the Edinburgh Regiment of Militia, was promoted Major, and in 1809 Lieutenant-Colonel, with the latter rank also in the Army if called to active service.

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        Voyage pittoresque et historique de l'Istrie et de la Dalmatie, rédigé d'après l'itinéraire de L. F. Cassas.

      Paris, Pierre Didot, An X (1802). - Erstausgabe. - Cassas „visited Istria and Dalmatia in 1782 when he was commissioned by a group of amateurs, among whom was Visconti, to make drawings of the antiquities in that region. The text by Lavallée is in two parts; part I is a general history of the area, part II is edited from Cassas's journal of the voyage" (Blackmer). - Prachtvolles Beispiel klassizistischer Buchproduktion, mit je mehreren Veduten von Triest, Pola, Split etc. sowie Ansichten, Rissen und Architekturdetails antiker Bauwerke. - S. 3/4 doppelt eingebunden, mit gest. Vignette sowie ohne und mit abweichendem Text. - Einband (bes. Deckeln) beschabt u. etw. bestoßen (tlw. kleine Bezugsfehlstellen). Eine Falttafel m. Randeinriß. Tlw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, die Tafeln jedoch meist sauber. - Blackmer 296; Atabey 202; Monglond V, 1175ff.; Brunet III, 884; Graesse IV, 512; Nebehay/W. 358; Cohen/R. 205; Ornamentstichkat. Bln. 1910. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 10000 Gr.-Fol. (53 x 36 cm). Mit gest. Frontispiz, gest. Titel, 3 gest. Vignetten, 66 (9 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln u. einer gefalt. Kupferkarte. 2 Bll., VIII, 190 S., 1 Bl. (Errata), HLdr. d. Zt. a. 4 breiten Bünden m. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Farbschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Code diplomatique contenant les Traités conclus avec la République française, depuis l'époque de sa fondation (septembre 1792) jusqu'à la pacification générale terminée par le Traité d'Amiens (mars 1802). - Les causes des différends qui avaient désuni d'avec elle les Puissances contractantes. - L'apperçu des évènemens militaires. - Les Motifs des conditions de paix qui les ont suivis. - La Notice statistique de chacun des Etats pacifiés.

      Rare first edition.Light brown marbled sheep, spines with gilt compartments and fleurons, red morocco title and label volumes, gilt compartments inside covers, roulettes and gilt fillets to edges of covers and headpieces. head- and tail-pieces rubbed and damaged.  Chez Goujon Paris Floréal an X - 1802 in-8 (12x20,5cm) quatre volumes reliés

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        An essay on abstinence from animal food, as a moral duty.

      8vo., (4) + 236pp., contemporary half calf over marbled boards, neatly rebacked, spine gilt and labelled. A good copy.Publisher: London: Richard Phillips,Year: 1802Edition: First edition.

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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, 368 x 270 mm.

      - Nürnberg, bei Johann Frauenholz & Co., 1802, auf 507 x 370 mm; minimal fleckig am Rand. 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), . [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of English Poets of the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth Cents

      London: C. Roworth, 1802. First edition. Hardcover. Ex-library. First edition. 12mo. (IV),407 (i.e., 412)pp. Contemporary speckled calf. Spine in 6 compartments, intricately gilt with red and green lettering labels, gilt. Gilt inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. Bookplate of a seminary library on the front pastedown with neat numbers in the lowest spine compartments. Hinges neatly and nearly invisibly repaired else a fine copy. There is a pagination duplication in the supplemental material. Lowndes, p. 2099.

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        DIPARTIMENTO D'OLONA DELLA REPUBBLICA ITALIANA DIVISO NE' SUOI DISTRETTI DI MILANO, PAVIA, MONZA E GALLARATE.

      Milano prov. 1802 - Rara carta del Dipartimento dell'Olona diviso nei distretti di Milano, Pavia, Monza e Gallarate. Il titolo è iscritto in semplice riquadro nell'angolo in basso a sinistra in cui è riportata anche la scala metrica. Si presenta applicata su supporto cartaceo coevo. Segno di gora d'acqua lungo il margine destro e restauro. Complessivamente ottimo esemplare nonostante alcuni segni del tempo.Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1297; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, p. 58, fig. a p. 57 mm 491x610

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        Le Directeur des estomachs, ou Instruction sur les alimens de toute espèce, dont chacun, selon son âge et son tempérament, peut se permettre, ou doit s'interdire l'usage, d'après l'avis des plus célèbres médecins, tels que Pisanelle, Boerhaave, Chomel, Lemery, etc, etc, etc

      1802 (?), 12, neuer geb. Pappeinbd., 255 S. - Ex Libris, Verfassereintrag auf dem Titelblatt, letzte Seite stockfleckig, Satzspiegel leicht nachgedunkelt, sonst gutes Exemplar - äußerst selten / Ex Libris, notice on title, last page foxed, paper lightly bowned - very rare titel

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        Le Directeur des estomachs, ou Instruction sur les alimens de toute espèce, dont chacun, selon son âge et son tempérament, peut se permettre, ou doit s\'interdire l\'usage, d\'après l\'avis des plus célèbres médecins, tels que Pisanelle, Boerhaave, Chomel, Lemery, etc, etc, etc

      Paris Debray et Desenne 0 1802 (?), 12°, neuer geb. Pappeinbd., 255 S. - Ex Libris, Verfassereintrag auf dem Titelblatt, letzte Seite stockfleckig, Satzspiegel leicht nachgedunkelt, sonst gutes Exemplar - äußerst selten / Ex Libris, notice on title, last page foxed, paper lightly bowned - very rare titel Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        Rural Tales, Ballads and Songs. Bound with The Farmer's Boy; A Rural Poem.

      Vernor and Hood., London. 1802 - A 1st edition with portrait frontis of the author after Edridge. + 11 woodcut vignette plates by Charlton Nesbit a pupil of Thomas Bewick. ix pages of preface and the poem "Peace" + 119 pages.Bound with a 3rd edition of "The Farmer's Boy" with separate pagination comprising xxxii pages of autobiography and preface with a single page poem to the author dated August 1800 + 128 pages. A full page woodcut engraved frontispiece and 9 vignette woodcuts as both miniature headpieces and full page scenes of each season. These I believe to be by Bewick. Bound in a contemporary full tree calf with full coloured morocco spine with gilt titles and motifs, gilt ruled borders. marbled endpapers. Measures: 6.5 inches x 4 inches. (Bound as an octavo Despite abebooks insisting on cataloguing books by SIZE and NOT folds). Bookplate of Horace F Allen to recto of front endpaper and old catalogue strip of another copy described pasted in to the front also. Contents almost fine on hand-made paper. *A beautiful copy of this once acclaimed poem and a RARE 1st edition. With a 3rd edition of The Farmer's Boy. This was the work he is remembered for and it made his fame, and brief fortune rapidly, selling over 28,000 copies in 3 years, even his own copy was only a 5th edition. This his 2nd work includes the 3rd edition of that first romantic poem making two works in one. The Farmer's Boy was composed and created all from memory. Whilst living in Bell Alley, London. He memorised the poem The Farmer's Boy in its entirety before purchasing paper to write it out as this was a greater expense than could be afforded on a whim. None of his other works fared as well and despite the acclaim and praise he died penniless and neglected in 1823. Melodic and unforced romantic poetry. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De l'état de la culture en France, et des améliorations dont elle est suceptible

      first edition.Binders half slightly posterior navy sheepskin (ca 1820). Back smooth decorated with 4 irons and rollers. Traces of friction, especially on the flat. Pleasant copy, relatively fresh, and printed on good paper laid. De l'imprimerie de Guilleminet A Paris 1802 (An X) In-8 (13,5x21,5cm) lxiv, 240pp. (1) et (4) 276pp. 2 volumes reliés

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        Dernieres Vues de Politique et de Finance, Offertes a la Nation Francaise

      An X, Geneva 1802 - Clean tight fresh strong. 475 pages plus xii plus table and errata . Wonderful marbled paper over boards and spine. Red label/printing intact. Great paper and dark print. Necker's last book. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      Paris: Brosson, Gabon, et Cie, 1802. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo. xl, 432 pp., 3 folding tables. Contemporary half calf wit gilt decorated spine (rubbed, corners somewhat bumped. Flyleaf with annotation, edge and approx. 40 pp. slightly dampstained, tables occasionally minor foxed, one large folding table loosely inserted, otherwise fine copy.Blake, 313, Garrison-M. 4922; Waller 7453; Hirsch V, p. 609; not in Wellcome (only 2nd and 3rd edition), Osler, Norman, HoH, Cushing. - FIRST EDITION, rare - First Edition. An important nosology of acute diseases, attempting to systematize all factors, including the weather. Pinel, a Paris physician appointed as physician to a notorious mental hospital, found many of the patients in chains, some having been so for many years. Shocked by the conditions he uncovered, he insisted on humane treatment of the patients with specially selected physicians to treat them. He devoted the rest of his life to psychiatry and treatment of the insane. Pinel (1755-1826) war ein berühmter Psychiater. Sein "unsterbliches Verdienst um die Psychiatrie ist es, zuerst auf die menschlichere Behandlung der Irren gedrungen zu haben... Aber auch für die Entwicklung der inneren Medicin ist P. von grosser Bedeutung geworden, indem er ... den Grundsatz aufstellte, dass die Med. ein Zweig der Naturwissenschaften sei und dass daher, wie bei diesen, auch die analytische Methode statt der bisher beliebten synthetischen Platz greifen müsse. Er suchte daher die Diagnose der Krankheiten aus den Symptomen zu stellen, denen er die pathologische Anatomie unterordnete." (Hirsch V, p. 609). Very Good.

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        Déclaration des principes du Général Toussaint". Lettre de Toussaint Louverture , Gouverneur de Saint Domingue, au Citoyen Pascal, Secrétaire Général. Datée de Santo Domingo, 22 nivôse an X ( 12 janvier 1802).

      1802 1802 - Manuscrit de 4 pages in-folio, 105 lignes, dont 4 lignes de la main même de Toussaint Louverture. Signée. Sous chemise et étui bordé de maroquin. (Etui moderne) Exceptionnelle lettre de Toussaint Louverture, adressée à Pascal le 12 janvier 1802 et transmise par celui-ci au Général Boudet le 6 février 1802. Comme le note (page 4) le chef de l’Etat Major du Général Boudet, «cette pièce originale . contient la Déclaration des principes du Général Toussaint». Toussaint répond à une lettre de Pascal, datée du 9 nivôse an X (30 décembre 1801), qui affirme qu’il sait qu’une expédition française «doit venir anéantir cette colonie, y rétablir l’esclavage et détruire les hommes qui l’ont défendue envers et contre ses ennemis.» Pascal répand cette nouvelle auprès des colons et des officiers de Toussaint, tentant de provoquer chez eux dissensions, découragement et renoncement. Ancien représentant des Métis à Paris pendant le Directoire, affairiste, émissaire officieux de Bonaparte, Pascal entre au service de Toussaint Louverture, dont il devient le secrétaire général en 1800. C’est en fait un agent double, un traître, intrigant au sein même du Conseil Secret de Toussaint Louverture. «J’ai reçu les volumineuses réflexions que votre imagination a conçues sur mon compte et que vous m’avez adressé le 9 de ce mois. Il paraît par les idées que vous développez dans cet écrit que vous êtes instruit que la France . Il paraît que par la manifestation de cette opinion vous avez déjà corrompu une grande partie des Européens qui habitent cette colonie .Il paraît que vous avez communiqué votre cahier d’observations à ceux des officiers avec lesquels vous êtes liés pour les porter dans le cas de l’événement que vous y annoncez à s’écarter du point d’honneur auquel ils doivent être fidèles jusqu’à la mort. Quoique vous ayez le talent de lire dans l’avenir, je ne regarde pas moins vos réflexions comme pernicieuses à la colonie . Vous dîtes que quelques expressions de mon Adresse du 19 frimaire vous ont déchiré le cœur. Vous avez eu tort de vous torturer l’esprit pour en deviner le sens. Je suis l’impulsion de mon cœur et il ne m’a pas encore porté à faire le mal, et j’ai toujours dit la vérité. Depuis que j’ai pris les armes, j’ai toujours cherché à faire le bien et je le ferai toujours jusqu’à ce que Dieu me retire de ce monde. Quant à moi, je vous dirai que lorsqu’on est déjà mort, on n’a pas peur de mourir. L’injustice des hommes n’aura jamais lieu de me surprendre parce que je m’y suis toujours attendu. Elle m’affligera mais ne m’abattra pas parce que je me rappellerai que J.C. a été calomnié, méprisé et avili et que je puis bien l’être moi-même qui ne suis qu’un homme et qu’un pêcheur; mais je répéterai alors cette phrase de ma proclamation du 29 frimaire, si on veut m’anéantir: Je suis soldat. Je mourrai en homme.» Pour conclure cette longue missive dictée, Toussaint-Louverture, blessé par ce qu’il pressent être une trahison, prend la plume et écrit de sa main 4 lignes qu’il signe:»Vous a ve pri cet liberte de mecrire pour a voire une pies soutien au ca devenement et bien le voila signé de moi, faite votre profis. Toussaint-Louverture.» C’est le même Pascal qui conseilla à Toussaint de se rendre au rendez-vous fatal où il fut arrêté, le 7 juin 1802. En février 1802, 20000 hommes envoyés par Bonaparte, dirigés par Leclerc et partis de France en décembre 1801, débarquent dans l’île. Pascal savait donc le 30 décembre 1801 au plus tard les intentions du Premier Consul. On connait d’assez nombreuses pièces signées de Toussaint. En revanche les lignes écrites de sa main sont rarissimes. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Quintetto pour deux violons, deux altos et violoncelle ... Oeuvre 20 No. I [ ... No. II]

      À Vienne: chez Hoffmeister & Comp; à Leipsic :; Chez Hoffmeister et Kühnel au Bureau de musique, 1802. First edition thus. Publisher's Catalogue No 110 & 111. Price engraved titles: 1 Rthlr. 5 parts each for each section, engraved throughout. Separate engraved title pages preceding each section for 1st Violin; others paginated separately but without title pages: 1st violin: 7, 7 p. 2nd violin: 4, 4 p. 1st viola: 4, 4 p. 2nd viola: 4, 3 p. Cello: 3, 3 p. 1 vols. Folio (32 x 24 cm.). Disbound, first title page a bit soiled; occasional light soiling throughout. First edition thus. Publisher's Catalogue No 110 & 111. Price engraved titles: 1 Rthlr. 5 parts each for each section, engraved throughout. Separate engraved title pages preceding each section for 1st Violin; others paginated separately but without title pages: 1st violin: 7, 7 p. 2nd violin: 4, 4 p. 1st viola: 4, 4 p. 2nd viola: 4, 3 p. Cello: 3, 3 p. 1 vols. Folio (32 x 24 cm.). Beethoven's septet for woodwinds, arranged for string quintet by Hoffmeister and published thus for the first time. Kinsky, p. 50

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        AN ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE TO NEW SOUTH WALES and THE HISTORY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

      London, printed for M. Jones, 1802-1803. FIRST EDITIONS 2 volumes 1803 and 1802, by George Barrington Superintendent of the Convicts. To which is prefixed a Detail of His Life, Trials, Speeches, &c. &c. Enriched with beautiful Coloured Prints. AN ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE TO NEW SOUTH WALES 1803. 8vo, approximately 210 x 125 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, engraved title page with hand coloured vignette of an aborigine fishing from a boat, a folding hand coloured map of NSW, 10 hand coloured plates including 4 views of Sidney, A Native Family, The Cape of Good Hope, The Peak of Teneriffe, Pinchgut Islands, Spotted Hyena and Camelopard, the last 2 on 1 plate, pages: (8), 1-467, (5 - index), lacking Directions to the Binder, not always included in this edition, bound in modern quarter burgundy morocco over marbled sides, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt ship motif in compartments, 2 dark brown gilt lettered labels. Pale age-browning to text, occasional pale foxing to a few margins, a few pages faintly browned, some browning to top inner corner of pages 438-445, otherwise a very good copy. Originally published in weekly parts the same year. J. R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860, Volume II, No. 606 (with plate list); Ferguson, Bibliography of Australia, Volume I, No. 367; Bibliographia Brasiliana by Borba de Moraes, page 68 for 1810 edition; The Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages, page 14 for 1810 edition. THE HISTORY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, including Botany Bay, Port Jackson, Parramatta, Sydney, and all its dependencies, from the original discovery of the island: with the customs and manners of the natives, and an account of the English colony from its foundation, to the present time. Enriched with beautiful coloured prints. FIRST EDITION 1802, 8vo, approximately 210 x 130 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, engraved title page with hand coloured vignette of a black swan, hand coloured frontispiece of Sydney, plus 13 hand coloured plates, engraved by V. Woodthorpe and showing aborigines, plants, kangaroo, birds including black cockatoo, bird of paradise; mountain eagle and emu, snakes etc., the plate of botany has 5 numbered images and that of snakes has 2, making the total number of hand coloured illustrations 20, there is a further full page uncoloured illustration in the text, slip of the original blue printed wrapper tipped in after title page, pages: (48 - title and contents table, dedication and introduction), 7-505, (1 - blank), lacking half-title and Directions to the Binder, the latter were not always included in this edition, binding as first volume. Pale age-browning to text, occasional pale foxing to a few margins, a few pages faintly browned, fore-edge margin of page 265 torn off and ragged, with loss of first letter on a few words, all easily understood, small light brown stain in margin of 267, top corner of page 301 missing, no loss of text, small repair to top corner of 303, again no loss of text, 1 plate (Manhood) has some small light creases, as though it had been crumpled slightly at some time, another has a tiny closed tear to the margin. A very good copy (originally published in 14 parts). J. R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860, Volume II, No. 565 (with plate list); R. V. Tooley, English Books with Coloured Plates 1790-1860 page 93-94; Ferguson, Bibliography of Australia, Volume I, No. 345. George Barrington (1755-1804) was a notorious criminal known as 'The Prince of Pickpockets'. He served several sentences on board the prison hulks at Woolwich before being transported to Australia, where he later became Superintendent of Convicts and High Constable in New South Wales . The Life occupies 72 pages, followed by sections describing Teneriffe and Brazil and a very large section on the South African colonies, its people, trades, agriculture, flora and fauna etc. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST.

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        Reisen in das Innere von Südafrika in den Jahren 1797 und 1798 UND Neue Reise in das Innere von Südafrika.

      Doll, 1802-05., Wien, - 2 Bände in 1. 20 x 12,5 cm. 1 Blatt, 447 Seiten; 429 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Mit zusammen 4 Kupfertafeln und 2 gefalteten Kupferkarten (komplett). Band 2: Neue Reise in das Innere von Südafrika. Nebst Robert Semple's Beschreibung der Capstadt und Schilderung seiner Einwohner. Aus dem Englischen mit Anmerkungen übersetzt von J.A. Bergk. Wien, Doll, 1805. - Barrow gibt eine ausgezeichnete Beschreibung von Fauna, Flora, Geologie, Mineralogie, etc. Er "gab als erster eine vollständige Beschreibung der Kap-Kolonie, deren Umfang man auch durch ihn erst kennenlernte. Die Vollendung der nördlichen Grenzlinie war eine der Hauptaufgaben seiner Reisen gewesen. Seine auf eigenen Beobachtungen fußende Karte leitete eine Wende in der karthographischen Darstellung Süd-Afrikas ein. Sie war die erste gedruckte Karte, die das zentrale Kapland in den Grundzügen richtig wiedergab" (Henze). - Kapstadt, Süd-Afrika. Gerne sende ich Ihnen auf Anfrage ein Bild des Buches/der Bücher. A picture of this book is available on request by email. 1500 g. Einband stärker berieben und bestoßen, Kapital unten mit Fehlstelle (2x5 cm), Rückenschild etwas beschädigt, Rückenkanten mit einigen Wurmgängen, Titel von Band 2 nach vorne gebunden und als Gesamttitel verwendet, Titel von Band 1 fehlt, innen ordentlich. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenschild.

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        Histoire géographique, politique et naturelle de la Sardeigne. -

      Paris, Levrault, 1802. 2 voll. In-8. M. tela coeva, dorsi con titolo e fregi impr. in oro. Con una carta geografica più volte ripieg. e con i confini colorati a mano, e 8 tavv. inc. in rame f.t. (4), XIX, (1), 369 pp.; (4), 404 pp.; buon esemplare. Seconda edizione, notevolmente ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1798, e con il testo definitivo. Il primo volume tratta questioni politiche, sociali ed amministrative, mentre il secondo riguarda la fauna terrestre e ittica, la flora e i minerali dell'isola. Fossati Bellani 4146.

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        Ängelske Sid-Captenens, federmera Predikantens Johan Newtons synnerligen märkwärdiga Rese- och Leswernes-Beskrifning... Pastoren Doctor T. Haweis...

      Stockholm: Carl Fr. Marquard, 1802. Small octavo, wear to title-page and final text leaf, contemporary half calf lending-library binding with original borrowing rules pasted to front paste-down, Very uncommon: the first Swedish edition of this series of letters by the English clergyman and former slave-ship owner, John Newton, best known as the author of the hymn "Amazing Grace". The letters are written to Thomas Haweis, co-founder of the London Missionary Society and the editor of the 1799 account of the Duff voyage to Tahiti.After a difficult career as a young man at sea, Newton experienced a conversion in 1748, although for more than a decade he continued his association with slave-ships. It was not until 1764 that Thomas Haweis managed to get Newton the living for Olney in Buckinghamshire, the same year that this work was first published in England (An Authentic Narrative of some Remarkable and Interesting Particulars... Communicated in a series of letters, to the Reverend Mr. Haweis). This Swedish translation is based on a German-language edition of 1791. Becoming a prominent abolitionist, in 1788 Newton published Thoughts Upon the Slave Trade, a horrific account of the Middle Passage.The main text of this work is in the form of a series of "Brefwet" or letters, the first signed 12 January 1763, and the last 2 February 1763. Throughout, there are numerous quotations from the Bible, usually printed in bold, and references to the main locations associated with the slave trade, including notes on Sierra Leone, Antigua and the West Indies. Joints starting but firm, unnumbered final contents page torn with loss and with rather basic paper repair; a worn but not unattractive copy.

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        Abbildung des im Jahr 1496 auf dem Neumarkt statt gehabten Schiess-Spiels, wozu eyn wirdig Rait van Coelne einen grossen feisten Ochsen den sämtlichen Gaffeln ( Zünften ) als Preiss des Siegers hergegeben hat.

      - Lithographie v. Johann Everhard Feilner ( 1802-1869 ), 1826, 16,5 x 66,5 Ein prächtiger friesischer Ochse steht vor der Kulisse des Neumarkts; rechts St. Aposteln; im Hintergrund Häuserfront; Titel oberhalb der Darstellung; unterhalb Text " Johann Helmann van dem gulden Horne hat den Vogel abgeschossen, zu dessen Andenken hat die Goldschmieds-Zunft, welcher derselbe angehörte, dieses Schiess-Spiel durch einen Maler darstellen, und so der Nachwelt verewigen lassen. Man lese darüber 12. Heft Seite 698-704, 1825 der Vatl. Cronik v. I.W. Brewer ". Clemen, Band 7, IV, S. 388ff. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.** [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Lexicon Arabico-Latinum chrestomathiae arabicae accomodatum.

      Vienna, Christ. Friedr. Wappler & Beck (printed by Carl Schlotter, Jena), 1802. - 8vo. (2), 490, (2) pp. Contemporary half calf with marbled boards and giltstamped spine title. All edges red. First edition of this Arabic-Latin dictionary, prepared to accompany the author's Arabic chrestomathy. While both works were published simultaneously, they were sold separately and hence are not usually encountered together. - The Czech theologian and orientalist Jahn (1750-1816) taught at Olomouc and Vienna, where he also served at Canon of St. Stephan's Cathedral. - Somewhat browned throughout, as common. Old Linz library stamp to title page (cancelled); ink ownership of Wenzel Hajduk (dated 1826) on flyleaf. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traites de Legislation Civile et Penale

      1802. First Edition . BENTHAM, Jeremy. Traites de Legislation Civile et PenaleÂ… Publies en Francois par Et. DumontÂ… dÂ’apres les Manuscrits confies par lÂ’Auteu. Paris: Chez Bossange, 1802. Three volumes. Octavo, contemporary full tree calf, gilt-decorated spines, red and black morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers. $2800.First edition of this seminal work on penal reform and legislation in general, in full contemporary tree calf gilt.The first of BenthamÂ’s works to be edited by Dumont, a Swiss writer he met and befriended in Paris; Dumont edited and translated many of BenthamÂ’s works and acted, in effect, as his literary agent. This book consists partly of material by Bentham himself, some of which was originally written in French, and partly a summary by Dumont of BenthamÂ’s ideas, including a Memoire in French of the Panopticon. It was this work that more than any other established BenthamÂ’s reputation and made his ideas famous on the Continent, in Latin America and in England. “The great object of Mr. BenthamÂ’s life was the improvement of legislation and jurisprudenceÂ… Mr. BenthamÂ’s principal work was first published in French in 1802Â… [According to a contemporary review:] ‘It embraces almost every thing that is important in the science of human nature, and not only touches upon all the higher questions of government and legislation, but includes most of the abstract principles of ethics and metaphysics, and professes to delineate those important rules by which the finest speculations of philosophy may be made to exert their influence on the actual condition of society…” (Allibone I, 167-168). With half titles in all volumes. Owner signatures, contemporary gift inscription to half title of Volume I.Text generally clean. Only minor rubbing to extremities of contemporary calf-gilt bindings. A very handsome copy of this quite scarce and important work.

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        Alexander Mackenzie's, Esq. Reisen von Montreal durch Nordwestamerika nach dem Eismeer und der Süd-See in den Jahrer 1789 und 1793. Nebst einer Geschichte des Pelzhandels in Canada

      Benjamin Gottlob Hoffmann, Hamburg 1802 - Formato 4º. 585 p. 1 h. retrato y mapa plegable. Leves roces en cubiertas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Debates in the Senate of the United States

      1802. First Edition . (JUDICIARY ACT OF 1801). Debates in the Senate of the United States on the Judiciary, during the First Session of the Seventh Congress, Also, the Several Motions, Resolutions, and Votes Taken upon That Momentous SubjectÂ… Philadelphia: E. Bronson, 1802. Octavo, period-style three-quarter calf, red morocco spine label, marbled boards. $1500.First edition of the final attempt to impose Federalist philosophy on the judiciary.Under the Judiciary Act of 1801, the Court was reduced from six to five members, circuit court duties were denied, and six new circuit courts and 16 new judgeships were created. This measure was the final attempt to impose Federalist philosophy on the judiciary. ""The repeal debate thoroughly canvassed the issue of judicial review, set forth the Jeffersonian theory of legislative supremacy and furnished the political setting for Marbury v. Madison"" (Adams III, 189). Sabin 19105. Shaw & Shoemaker 3272. Text generally clean, title page with minute paper repairs to corners. Handsomely bound.

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        Gesamtansicht, ( ca. 14,3 x 40 ) auf einer Kundschaft der Mauerer und Steinhauer für den Gesellen Johann Friederich Lietz aus Lauenburg.

      - Kupferstich n. u. v. D. A. Ernsting, dat. 1802, 44,5 x 46,7 (Blattgröße ) Selten! Stopp D 69.2 mit Nachweis für insgesamt 10 Exemplare (Handwerkskundschaften).- In der oberen Hälfte die Gesamtansicht der Stadt Bremen (über die Weser), darunter das, am 1.Juni 1834, ausgefüllte Testat für den Gesellen Lietz. - Das Blatt hat unten links ein kleines Wurmloch.

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        Costituzioni dell’Accademia dei Rinnovati... e Ordini da osservarsi dai signori Accademici deputati all’ispezione serale del teatro

      Rossi, 1802. 4to (cm. 28,2), VIII-39 pp. (segue)Catalogo dei sigg. Accademici rinnovati possessori dei palchi nel Teatro grande viventi nel corrente mese di maggio 1802, da p. 41 a p. 46 (segue) Catalogo dei sigg. Accademici.... viventi nel corrente mese di luglio 1812, 4 cc.nn. (segue) Riforme e aggiunte alle Costituzioni...deliberate nel 19 febbrajo 1818..., 8 pp. (si unisce sciolto) Riforme e aggiunte... deliberate nell’adunanza generale del dì 16 settembre 1834..., 2 cc.nn. Legatura coeva in cartonato rivestito da carta litografata policroma. Le prime due opere in carta azzurra e, al frontespizio della prima, una vedutina di Siena in tondo. Ottimo esemplare a pieni margini accompagnato da una lettera manoscritta di presentazione e da un foglio volante (Ordini da osservarsi....) di cm. 59x45 stampato su carta azzurra con una incisione al centro, identica a quella della prima opera.

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        Premiere Rapport... pour remplacer la machine de Marly

      1802. Signed. PRONY, R [Gaspard Clair Riche de]. Premier Rapport sur les Projets Présentés en lÂ’an 3, au Comité des Domaines et Aliénations, pour Remplacer la Machine de Marly. Paris: Marguerite Chollet, [1802]. Quarto, modern half red morocco gilt. $3000.1802 edition of PronyÂ’s Rapport on the ‘MachineÂ’ of Marly—“considered a wonder of the world at the time”—constructed to pump water from the Seine to Versailles and inaugurated in 1684 with Louis XIV in attendance, a rare presentation copy inscribed in French on the title page, “Donné par lÂ’Auteur,” followed by the authorÂ’s initials, with three large engraved folding plates.“The ‘machineÂ’ of Marly was a civil engineering marvel located at the bottom of the hill of Louveciennes, on the banks of the Seine about 12 kms from Paris. Louis XIV had it constructed to pump water from the river to his chateaux of Versailles and Marly. The construction lasted 7 years and was inaugurated in the presence of the King in June 1684. It was considered a wonder of the world at the time, and may have been the largest system of integrated machinery ever assembled to that dateÂ… The original Louis XIV Machine included not just an enormous structure on the river itself, but sprawled 600 meters all the way up the hill, comprising pumping stations, holding tanks, reservoirs, pipes and an intricate system of mechanical linkages to power pumps on the hill from the waterwheels belowÂ… Pumping at full capacity, it could add over a million gallons in 24 hours to the Marly reservoirs. Nothing of the original Machine system has survived except for the Aqueduct” (Dunlop, Louis XIV and the Creation of Versailles). This work contains papers on the water-pump at Marly, which supplied water to the castle of Marly, as well as the fountains of Versailles. The various ‘machinesÂ’ discussed are those of Lagiasse, Campmas, Bralled and White. Preceded by the 1794 first edition. Text in French: containing hydromechanic calulations. With three engraved folding plates silked, at rear: containing diagrams of three of the machines at Marly. A fine copy.

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        Cours de minéralogie, rapporté au tableau méthodique des minéraux, donné par Daubenton ... ou Démonstrations élémentaires et naturelles de minéralogie.

      Paris, Vve Panckoucke, an X - 1802. ____ Première édition. Nicolas Jolyclerc (1746 - 1817) est l'auteur de plusieurs manuels d'histoire naturelle qui se recommandent par leur clarté. Botaniste, il est le premier traducteur du "Système sexuel des végétaux" de Linné et l'auteur de "Principes élémentaires de botanique" et aussi d'une " Apologie des prêtres mariés", qui nous éloigne quelque peu de notre sujet... Ce Bénédictin quitta l'église durant la Révolution et devint professeur d'histoire naturelle à Tulle puis à Beauvais. Bel exemplaire. *****. In-8. Collation : lxxxiv, 368 pp. Cartonnage brun marbré, étiquette rouge, dos orné de filets dorés. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Musen-Almanach, für das Jahr 1802.

      in der Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1802. Poetry, including lyric poetry by the two editors and such others as "Inhumanus," "Sophie B[ernhardi]," "Bonaventura," "Mnioch," and "Novalis." Bonaventura was the pseudonym of Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Novalis the pseudonym of Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg; the latter's two poems were from his as then unpublished novel, Heinrich von Ofterdingen. This is => the first issue of Schlegel & Tieck's literary annual, patterned on the original Musen-Almanach (1796-1800) of Schiller, to which both were contributors. They broke with Schiller's adherence to the "old" and championed Romanticism in their publication. => All of the poems are early entrants in the German Romantic movement. Besides being the title of both those annuals, "Musen-Almanach" is a long-established genre term for these literary annuals published in Germany from ca. 1770 to the middle of the 19th century.

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        Autograph Letter Signed, Paris, March 21, 1844, to Joseph-Louis -Elzéar Ortolan

      octavo, 1 ½ pages, neatly inscribed in ink, in fine, clean and legible condition. Joseph-Louis-Elzéar Ortolan (1802-1873) was appointed to the chair of comparative criminal law at the University of Paris in 1836.The letter discusses their mutual interest in penal reform - notably, the modifications just made by the Diet of Hungary and mentions the latest work by Carl Joseph Anton Mittermaier (1787-1867), Mitermaier was an advocate of reform in the German criminal procedure and in prison discipline, the work which de Tocqueville refers is Italienische Zustände (Heidelberg:1844), embodies the result of his observations during frequent visits to Italy. The Hungarian theme is of particular interest: some Hungarian travelers reached the United States at the same time as Alexis de Tocqueville ... Sándor Bölöni Farkas (1795-1842) published his Journey in North America (Útazas Észak Amerikában) in 1834, a year before de Tocqueville's Democracy in America appeared. The former work analyzed Jacksonian democracy in contrast to the oppressive regime of Prince Metternich. Coincidentally de Tocqueville and Bölöni Farkas met in Charlestown where the prison logbook preserves the memory of their respective visits on the same day in 1831. It will be remembered that de Tocqueville undertook his journey to America upon being granted a commission from the French government to study the penal system in the United States as a possible guide for French prison reform, along with his friend Gustave de Beaumont. Their jointly authored report, On the Penitentiary System in the United Sates and Its Application in France, appeared in 1833. American National Biography, vol. 21, pp., 715-717

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        String Quintet (op. 29)

      1802. First Edition . BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van. Quintetto Pour 2 Violons, 2 Altos et Violoncelle, composé et dédié à Monsieur le Comte Maurice de Fries par L. van Beethoven. Oeuv. 29. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1802]. Folio, original separate parts (as issued), first violin part and first viola part respined. $3200.First edition, in parts, of BeethovenÂ’s String Quintet op. 29, fully engraved.The String Quintet op. 29 “quite definitely points to the future and gives and indication of what is to come after 1802. This is one of the transitional works which lies squarely across style boundaries. Few of BeethovenÂ’s works flow as smoothly and easily as the quintetÂ’s first movement; its melodies move from cadence to cadence with a quality of repose that is delightful. The lyric, florid adagioÂ… is a charming inspiration worthy of comparison with the best works of Mozart. [In] the third and fourth movements we see the Beethoven of the future” (Scherman and Biancolli, 206-207). Kinsky-Halm, 70. Each part with faint owner inkstamp. First violin part with 18th-century owner signature of W. Brand.An extremely good copy, handsomely boxed.

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        A Journal of the Forces which sailed from the Downs, in April 1800. on a Secret Expedition under the Command of Lieut.-Gen. Pigot, till their Arrival in Minorca, and continued through all the subsequent Transactions of the Army under Command of the right Hon. General Sir Ralph Abercromby in the Mediterranean and Egypt and the latter Operations under the Command of Lieutenant-General Lord Hutchinson to the Surrender of Alexandria; with a Particular Account of Malta during the Time it was Subject to the British Government.

      London: J. Debrett, 1802 4to (275 x 220 mm). Full calf leather binding, gilt titles to the spine, color label, five raised bands, gilt fillet surround front and back board. Covers have minor wear, very small area of worming just above the bottom edge of front cover, some shelf wear, corners are chipped and slightly bumped. Spine is bright and very lightly rubbed. Firm binding in excellent condition. Replacement endpapers. The majority of the pages are very toned otherwise just sporadic brown blemishes and the very occasional light stains to the lower margins in places. Book is lacking all the plates and map but still makes an interesting read. 532 pages.

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        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. Revised and Corrected.

      New York: by George F. Hopkins, 1802. 2 volumes. A Rare and Very Important Edition. Only the second printing of the great work. 8vo, handsomely bound in the original tree calf, the respined to style with gilt bands, small gilt tools, and red lettering labels, quite expertly and skillfully accomplished. viii, 317; v, 351, [1] ad. A unusually fine and very handsome set withal. This is an exceptional copy in that it remains essentially entirely free of the browning and foxing that is normal to the printing of this edition. It is then very rare thus, and in a most desirable contemporary state, fresh, clean and crisp, unpressed and with the backs handsomely restored to style. ONE OF THE GREATEST WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN POLITICAL, LEGAL AND PHILOSOPHIC THOUGHT. AN ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AND VERY EARLY PRINTING, ONLY THE SECOND, AND WITH ADDITIONS INCLUDING THE CONSTITUTION AND THE AMENDMENTS, AS WELL AS A SERIES OF ARTICLES BY HAMILITON WRITING UNDER THE PSEUDONYM "PACIFICUS". HERE PRESENTED WITH THE FOUNDING PAPERS OF OUR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. "The Federalist is the most important work in political science that has ever been written, or is likely ever to be written in the United States. It is...the one product of the American mind that is rightly counted among the classics of political theory." The Federalist stands beside the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution itself among all the sacred writings of American political history. It has a quality of legitimacy, of authority, and authenticity that caused Thomas Jefferson to say of it, "appeal is habitually made by all, and rarely declined or denied by any" as to the "genuine meaning" of the Constitution. George Washington, writing to Alexander Hamilton in the summer of 1788, said: "When the transient circumstances and fugitive performances which attended this crisis shall have disappeared, that work will merit the notice of posterity, because in it are candidly and ably discussed the principles of freedom and the topics of government--which will be always interesting to mankind so long as they shall be connected in a civil society." "Its fame derives from the whole course of American history. It is a sign, as it were, of the prodigious success of the Constitution, which as it has endured and evolved over the generations, has called attention ever more insistently to the men who, having helped write it, first explained it. In bursts of brilliance it is not only an analysis and defense of our Constitution but an exposition of certain enduring truths that provide an understanding of both the dangers and the delights of free government. It mixes candor and hope, realism and idealism in a message to all friends of liberty. No happiness without liberty, no liberty without self-government..." (Rossiter 1961). One of the most important pieces of early American writing. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay originally published these articles to explain the principle of, and to argue the propriety of adopting, the recently devised Constitution. This edition was the last issued during Hamilton's lifetime, and the last with which any of the three authors had any involvement..

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        Recherches sur les characteres des grandes esp

      - Engelmann, p. 613; WorldCat (5 copies); not in Nissen; for Christol: DSB III, p. 264. First (and only separately published) edition of a very rare work on the palaeontology of the Rhinoceros, with a large folding lithograph after drawings by the author. Christol (1802-1861) took an early interest in palaeontology and collected fossils. In 1829 he dared to challenge Cuvier's then still largely dominant views of human origins. The title-page notes that he was already a member of the Acad

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        Recueil des Cartes, Plans, Vues et Medailles

      1802. First Edition . (TROY) LECHEVALIER, Jean-Baptiste. Recueil des Cartes, Plans, Vues et Medailles, pour Servir au Voyage de la Troade. Paris: Dentu, 1802. Folio (10 by 13-1/2 inches), contemporary full brown mottled calf sympathetically rebacked and recornered, original black morocco spine labels laid down, raised bands, marbled endpapers. $4200.First edition of the plate volume to illustrate Le Chevalier’s archaeological expedition in search of Troy, with 37 engraved plates and maps on 29 sheets, 16 double-page or folding, with plates of Corfu, Zante, Ithaca and Athens, in addition to fine views of the plain of Troy.This is Le Chevalier’s definitive work on Troy. “Le Chevalier’s theory as to the actual location of Troy was incorrect, but the work nevertheless marks the beginning of modern archaeological exploration in the area” (Blackmer). To reach the site, Le Chevalier traveled to Constantinople via the Ionian islands, Athens and the Aegean islands, which are represented in this atlas as well. Issued separately to accompany the third edition of Le Chevalier’s text in three octavo volumes, this atlas volume is often found by itself (Blackmer owned only the atlas). Text in French. Blackmer 994. Atabey 698. Maps and plates clean and fine, with crisp impressions. Some rubbing to covers of contemporary calf, nicely rebacked and restored. An excellent copy of this scarce and finely illustrated work.

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        Die privatisirenden F

      Hennings, Bundesstadt; Deutschland [d.i. Erfurt 1802 - 5 Bl

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        Arithmétique universelle traduite du Latin en Francais, avec des notes explicatives par Noel Beaudeux.

      Paris, chez Bernard, 1802, 2 parties in 4°, de 2ff. XXIV-252pp. & 2ff. 257pp. 1f., ill. de 14 planches gravées h.t., 2ff. de cat. de l'éditeur, reliés en 1 vol. demi-veau blond époque, coins vélin, plats papier marbré, qq. infimes rousseurs sinon très bel exemplaire. Rare première édition française de cet ouvrage fondamental. Ces leçons d'algèbre données par Newton à Cambridge entre 1673 et 1683 furent publiées pour la première fois par son assistant William Whiston en 1707. Parmi quelques nouveaux théorèmes et divers points d'algèbre, plus une théorie des équations, on note surtout dans ce traité de très importants résultats: comme le groupement par couple des racines imaginaires d'une équation, la détermination des valeurs approchées des racines numériques, la formation de la somme des mêmes puissances des racines, et le fondement de la théorie des fonctions symétriques de ces racines, enfin une intéressante mais incomplète discussion du nombre des racines imaginaires, problème qui stimulera les réponses de Gravesande et de Maclaurin. ¶ Daumas Hist. science p.581 - Gray Newton 286 - Manque à la Babson Collection, pas dans Sotheran

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        Hamburgisches Adress-Buch auf das Jahr 1803.

      Hermann Hamburg ( Ohne Erscheinungsjahr - 1802 erschienen ) Gestochenes Titelblatt mit Vignette, XVI, 422 Seiten, 1 Blatt ( Erhebliche Verbesserungen ), Ohldr mit 2 farbigen R

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        The Book of Nature. A discourse on some of those instances of the power, wisdom and goodness of God, which are within the reach of common observation. ... To which is added, The Duty of Mercy, and Sin of Cruelty to Brutes; taken chiefly from Dr. Primatt's Dissertation. Fourth edition, etc.

      Boston [Mass.]: Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, 1802. Duodecimo, [2]-47 pages. The first American edition; fourth edition overall, from the third published in England (first printed in 1792). John Toogood was a theologian concerned with the parallel revelations of creation - revealed as the 'book of nature' - and scripture. Many theologians were placing significant or all emphasis on the Bible, which in Toogood's estimation was evident in the cruel treatment of animals. He thought a crime against the least of God's creations was a crime against God. The author of the second work, Humphrey Primatt, "was a clergyman who wrote on moral issues in natural philosophy... His only known work, A Dissertation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of Cruelty to Brute Animals (1766), attacks what the author sees as unnecessary cruelty to animals, including that inflicted through hunting and other sports. His argument opens from the position that justice is a universal rule, stemming from God. Therefore, as animals are created by God, justice must extend to them as well." (Oxford Index). Contemporary marbled wrappers; free front endpaper clipped likely removing an owner's name, but the name "B Woodworth's 1805" remains. Generally very good. [OCLC locates thirteen copies].

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        THÉORIE DES JARDINS, Ou L'Art Des Jardins De La Nature.

      Paris: Panckoucke 1802. The enlarged and partially revised second edition, which includes significant material supplementing the original version of 1776. The newly added preface (128 pages) provides, among other things, an extended commentary on writings on garden design published since the first edition. There are also 75 pages of end notes and a new 100 page section on trees, consisting primarily of a "Tableau Dendrologique" listing the various features of over 1000 varieties of trees. Morel's THEORIE, following shorter works by Girardin and Watelet, presented the most thorough treatise on the new theories of natural garden design which dominated French taste at the end of the 18th century. It was also the first treatise on garden design in the natural style (French or English) to have been written by a professional rather than an amateur. Morel's practical experience is evident throughout, which may help account for the high esteem in which the book was held by French landscape gardeners far into the nineteenth century. Drawing heavily on Whately's OBSERVATIONS ON MODERN GARDENING, Morel rejected the formal symmetry of classical French gardens in favor of the picturesque and "natural" style associated with the English. He did not, however, actually visit England and its gardens until after the publication of the first edition, and the comments he added to this edition are the first to reflect first-hand experience of the places Whately had described. All these additions make this the generally preferred edition for purposes of study. Ganay 98. Two volumes, 8vo (21 x 14 cm); (viii) + cxxviii + 234 + (1, errata), (iv) + 340 + (2, errata) pp. + engraved frontispiece. Original plain blue paper wraps with printed spine labels; extremities rubbed; last three leaves of volume one stained; some margin soiling of first two leaves of volume two; a wide-margined copy with text with edges untrimmed. .

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        THE RED BOOK, and The Black Book. By the author of Summer Rambles.

      Two volumes. Volume I: [4], 127 pages; engraved frontispiece. Volume II: [4], 152 pages. 12mo. Original half calf over marbled boards, expertly rebacked, with gilt banding and red title labels. First edition. A very good copy of a scarce title. Osborne Catalogue page 296, Volume I only, wrongly attributed in the to Elizabeth Sandham.Good deeds are recorded in the Red Book and bad deeds in the Black.

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        Atlas historique, généalogique chronologique et géographique

      Original French edition, rare, first edition having appeared in London in 1801. Enhanced 33 double pages in color, 22 maps (sometimes two per page) appeared in eight deliveries of 4 cards or boards between 1802 and 1826 (QuÚrard). Edition published under the pseudonym A. Lesage. Half sheepskin blonde corners of the time. boards paste paper lined golden wheels. Sheepskin label on the front cover. Some spots on the back. Paper shabby boards. Some spots. QuÚrard in his literary France, reports about what work he would not actually the work of Las Cases but an English or Irish cleric who sold his work to the latter who had published his return in France; in any case this world atlas (map of Asia, Oceania and America) is a compilation, maps naturally not being de Las Cases, and the author has drawn on various works to build his own. This atlas was reprinted several times and continued, but although provided with more maps (which could also buy extra), these reissues concern not only the world under the Empire and are less specific. The geopolitics of Europe 1802/1804 is not the same as 1822 or 1831 and it is the same for the United States. In addition to the cards on five continents, is a map of ancient Greece, the Roman world ... --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! De l'Imprimerie de P. Didot l'Aîné Paris 1802-1804 in plano (39,5x51cm) relié

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        Wir H. Zech- und andere meister der bürgerlichen Statt Loben der Zunftslade urkunden hiermit . ". Handwerkskundschaft in Kupferstich mit handschriftlichen Ausfertigungen, einem kl. etw. lädiertem Siegel und Ansicht von Leoben.

      Leoben, Max Holz, 1802 - Am 18. Oktober 1802 ausgestellte schöne Handwerkskundschaft der Stadt Leoben mit einer großen Ansicht der Stadt von F. X. Karrer. - Leicht gebräunt und teils gering fleckig. Einige kl. Fehlstellen im Bereich der Knickfalten und ein fachgerecht restaurierter Randeinriss (ca. 4 cm ins Bild ragend) in der Mitte des oberen Bildrandes. - *** Matthäus TRUPPE * Stubenberggasse 7 * A-8010 GRAZ *** - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 Ca. 34 cm x 46 cm (Bild und Text).

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        A Dictionary of Natural History; or, Complete Summary of Zoology. Containing a Full and Succinct Description of all the Animated Beings in Nature.

      London 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. 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DIPARTIMENTO D'OLONA DELLA REPUBBLICA ITALIANA DIVISO NE' SUOI DISTRETTI DI MILANO, PAVIA, MONZA E GALLARATE.

      1802. Rara carta del Dipartimento dell'Olona diviso nei distretti di Milano, Pavia, Monza e Gallarate. Il titolo è iscritto in semplice riquadro nell'angolo in basso a sinistra in cui è riportata anche la scala metrica. Si presenta applicata su supporto cartaceo coevo. Segno di gora d'acqua lungo il margine destro e restauro. Complessivamente ottimo esemplare nonostante alcuni segni del tempo.Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1297; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, p. 58, fig. a p. 57

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        Carte des Etats Danois

      Paris: Strasbourg chez Treuttel et Wurtz Libraires, 1802. Book. Illus. by Pierre Lapie. Near Very Good. No Binding. NAP. Antique map of Denmark and its possessions with foxing, creases, tape repairs on the reverse side. Circa 1802. The only other copy I was able to locate is in Denmarks National Library. The texture of the map suggests it has been backed. .

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