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        Traité des moyens de désinfecter l'air, de prévenir la contagion, et d'en arrêter les progrès

      (4), XLVIII, 429pp. Manque le Paris, Bernard, imprimerie de Marchant, 2° éd, an XI-1802, in-8, (4), XLVIII, 429pp. Manque le portrait, demi-basane violine, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque), Deuxième édition de cet ouvrage paru pour la première fois en 1801 et qui révèle le premier procédé de désinfection de l'air par le chlore. Guyton de Morveau (1737-1816) participa au Supplément de l'Encyclopédie de Diderot et D'Alembert, ainsi qu'à l'Encyclopédie Méthodique de Panckoucke. Il proposa une première forme de classification chimique des éléments et fut le correspondant de Macquer à l'Académie des sciences. Coins frottés, rares rousseurs

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        A specimen of the conformity of the European languages, particularly the English with the Oriental languages, especially the Persian;

      London: S. Rousseau,, 1802. in the order of the alphabet: with notes and authorities. Octavo (187 × 114 mm). Recently bound to style by Bernard Middleton in recent cream-backed blue paper-covered boards, printed paper label to spine, cream endpapers, top edge red. Occasional faint spot of foxing or light mark to contents; an excellent copy. First edition of this volume concerning etymological affinity between Arabic, Persian and English. Weston was later criticised for his attempt to account for Arabic and Persian words in English, noting some artificial resemblances and confusing Semitic and Indo-European words.

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        RIES. - Zinkernagel, Karl Friedrich Bernhard. Historische Untersuchung der Grenzen des Riesgaues und seiner Grafen in den Zeiten des Mittelalters.

      Wallerstein, Hochfürstl. Hofbuchdruckerei 1802 - 20 x 16,5 cm. Titel, 2 Bl., 101 S., 2 Bl. Mit gestoch. Titelvignette und mehrf. gefalt. kolor. Kupferstichkarte. Spät. HLwd. mit Rsch. Lentner 10248 (ohne die Karte); nicht bei Pfister. - Topographische und geschichtliche Untersuchungen anläßlich der Grenzstreitigkeiten des Hauses Oettingen. - Die Karte mit Wappenkartusche reicht im Norden bis Kolmberg, südlich bis Gundelfingen, westlich Adelmannsfelden und im Osten bis Eichstätt. Die Titelvignette zeigt eine Ansicht von Schloss Wallerstein. - Einband etwas bestoßen. Vereinzelt (auch die Ränder der Karte) stockfleckig. Mit Exlibis des Hauses Wallerstein! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Mapa general de España, dividido en sus actuales provincias, islas adyacentes y reyno de Portugal

      Madrid, 1802 - Mapa dividido en 32 hojas, entelado; 83x103 cm. Enmarcado. Algunos desperfectos en bordes de varias de las hojas, pero buen estado general. Cartela neoclásica con título y texto explicativo, divisiones administrativas acuareladas

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        L'art d'empailler les oiseaux, contenant des principes nouveaux et sûrs pour leur conserver leurs formes et leurs attitudes naturelles, avec la méthode de les classer d'après le système de Linné

      petit , (8), XVI, 283pp., 5pl. Lyon, Bruyset ainé et cie, 2° éd, an 10-1802, in-8, petit , (8), XVI, 283pp, 5pl, demi-basane brune, dos lisse, 5 planches dépliantes graveés par Cogell, représentant la perdrix rouge, le bihoreau, le castagneux, le pic-vert, le martin-pêcheur, le gros bec et la marouette. La première édition de cet ouvrage est parue en 1801 en 98pp. Cette édition, considérablement augmentée, est divisée en trois parties: la classification de Linné avec les observations anatomiques nécessaires à l'empaillement; la préparation des oiseaux; leur conservation. Avec, en fin de volume, un catalogue des oiseaux observés dans le département du Rhône, comportant 163 espèces ordonnées suivant le système de Linné. Dos refait, plats anciens

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        The VICTIM Of SEDUCTION! Some Interesting Particulars of the Life and Untimely Fate of Miss Harriot Wilson, Who was Publicly Executed in the State of Pennsylvania in the year 1802, for the Murder of her Infant Child. Annexed Is an account of her Penitence and becoming behavior while under the awful sentence of Death

      Boston: Printed for J. Wilkey - Price 6 Cents, 1802. 1st printing thus, issue with "debauchee" concluding text (American Imprints 3466; McDade 1106n; Sabin 99425, 104621). Printed self-wrappers, stab-sewn. Age-toning, light foxing & staining. Very Good.. 12 pp. Wood engraved coffin to t.p. Per OCLC entry 19821117, this a fictionalized account of the execution of Elizabeth Wilson, who was executed in Chester, Pa. January 3, 1786 for the murder of her twin illegitimate infants October 12, 1785; cf. A Faithful Narrative of Elizabeth Wilson (Philadelphia, 1786), Evans 19636. The victim of seduction was closely copied and published in a sensational biography of Elizabeth Wilson's brother Amos Wilson in The Pennsylvania Hermit (1839). In this latter publication she is called Harriot Wilson and was given a birthdate of 1776. Cf. also Thomas M. McDade, The Annals of Murder, 1106. Publisher John Wilkey issued the memoir of Amos Wilson titled Sweets of Solitude: Life of the Unfortunate Harriot Wilson, &c. [1821]." Even though most sources date this piece as 1802, given this latter publication, a later date of 1822 entirely plausible. A search of AAS & OCLC show only this title with a Wilkey imprint, precluding any inferences from other publications.

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        Nouveaux éléments de physiologie. Seconde édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée

      2 volumes, [2]-CXLII-[2]-334 A Paris, chez Crapart, Caille et Ravier, an X - 1802, in-8, 2 volumes, [2]-CXLII-[2]-334 + [4]-507-[1] pp, 1 tableau dépliant, basane racinée de l'époque, dos lisses et fleuronnés, pièces de titre brunes et tomaisons vertes, ex-libris doré en pied [Barbier], Tableau dépliant d'une "nouvelle classification des fonctions de la vie". La première édition de cet important ouvrage du chirurgien parisien Richerand (1779-1840) a paru en 1801 : il a connu 3 éditions françaises et a été traduit en anglais, allemand, italien, néerlandais, espagnol, russe et chinois ON JOINT : une lettre autographe signée de Richerand à Bérard, sur une feuille repliée [41 x 25 cm], 1 page manuscrite et, au dos, l'adresse du destinataire. Trace de cachet, déchirure sans perte au niveau des pliures. Probablement Pierre Honoré Bérard, collaborateur, dans les années 1830, de Richerand pour la réédition de ses Nouveaux éléments. Ex-libris ancien gratté au faux-titre du premier tome. Dos passés, épidermures. Trace de brûlure en pied des premiers feuillets du tome I, sans atteinte au texte, auréole angulaire très pâle aux deux tomes. Wellcome IV, p. 521. Hirsch IV, p. 796-797.

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        Regensburger Vergissmeinnicht. Ansichten des Schönsten und Merkwürdigsten der königl. bayer. Kreishauptstadt Regensburg und ihrer Umgebungen. Mit beschreibendem Texte. (Gest. Nebentitel: Erinnerungsblätter an Regensburg gesammelt von Bernhard Grueber).

      12,5 x 9,5 cm. Gest. Tit., 32 Stahlstich-Tafeln (nach Zeichnungen v. Bernhard Grueber Abb.größe 8 x 5,5 cm), 64 S. Halbleinenbd. d. Zeit m. Deckelbezügen aus grünem Buntpapier, goldgepr. Deckeltitel in zierl. Streicheisen-Rahmung, umseit. Goldschnitt u. farb. Vorsätzen. Ecken bestoßen, Kanten leicht berieben Papierbezug am Rü. mit Fehlstelle, Tafeln lediglich an den Rändern etw. stockfl. Engelmann 807 vgl. zu Grueber: Thieme/Becker 16, 125 u. Wurzbach 5, 389f. vgl. zu Müller: ADB 22, 511?512. Erste Ausgabe. Reizendes Ansichten-Album der Stadt Regensburg im Miniaturformat. Verfasst von dem deutschen Schriftsteller und Landeskundler Adalbert Müller (1802-1879) und illustriert von dem Architekten und Architekturschriftsteller Bernhard Grueber (1807-1882). Gemeinsam verfassten Sie auch das epochale Werk ?Der bayrische Wald?, für das M. von König Maximilian II. durch Verleihung der großen goldenen Medaille geehrt wurde. Grueber der 1844 einer Berufung als Professor der Baukunst an die Prager Akademie folgte und einer der vielbeschäftigsten Architekten in Böhmen wurde, hatte ebenda auch mehrere Donaupanoramen herausgegeben (vgl. dazu ADB XLIX, 577-581). ? Die Ansichten u.a. von St. Emmeran, Dominikanerkirche, Befreiungshalle, Rathaus, Dreifaltigkeitsberg, Haidplatz, Abbach, Prüfening, Dechbetten, Maria Ort, Etterzhausen, Walhalla (2).

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        A Treatise on the Culture and Management ofFruit-Trees; in Which a New Method of Pruning and Training is FullyDescribed, to which is added a new improved edition of " Observations onthe Diseases, Defects, and Injuries, in all kinds of Fruit and ForestTree

      London. Printedby Nichols and Son. 1802. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s) . 4to. 27x22cm, the first edition,viii,371,[1]p., with 13 folding engraved plates, index, bound in halfcrushed green morocco, blind ruled raised bands, gilt spine titles, greencloth boards, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., signed binding "Sangorski &Sutcliffe", a fine copy in fine binding. (sgc) .

      [Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)]
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        Voyage de découvertes, a l`océan pacifique du nord, et autour du monde, Entrepris par ordre de s Majesté Britannique; Exécuté, pendant les années 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794 et 1795, par le capitaine George Vancouver. Traduit de ö`anglais par P. F. Henry;

      Paris, de l`imprimerie de Didot Jeune An X [1802]. - 8°. VIII, 341; 384; 381; 368; 438 S. HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. Rückengoldpräg. Schöne Ausgabe. Ohne Atlas. Seconde édition française. Bel exemplaire du texte seul de ce voyage. L`atlas manque. Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zwiebel mit Blättern und Blüte, "Muscari Ambrosiaceum - Muscari odorant".

      - Farbstich v. de Pouy n. P. J. Redouté aus Les Liliacees, 1802 -, 1816, 52,5 x 35 ( H)

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        Delén, 1802. 12:o.

      (6),161,(1) s. & 2 grav. plr. Ngt nött samtida stjärnmönstrat pappbd. Ryggen med en liten skada nederst och den främre yttre falsen med en liten spricka överst. Rester av gamla inklistrade bokauktionsetiketter på insidan av främre pärmen och försättsbladet. Inlagan ngt lager- och småfläckig. Med C. Eichhorns exlibris. Från Ericsberg, 1802. Ur innehållet: "Zelomir, eller den lyckliga grottan", "Hymn till ordet ja, vid en förlovning", "Naturens tre riken", "Punschvisa" och "I fru G. E. L--s stambok", det sistnämnda är skrivet till Gjörwells dotter Gustafva Eleonora Lindahl.

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        Histoire de la mesure du temps par les horloges

      - De L'imprimerie de la République, à Paris 1802, in-4 (20x26cm), (2) xxviij, 373pp. (1) et (2) xvj, 447pp. (1), 2 volumes reliés. - Edizione illustrata con 23 piastre pieghevoli in pregiati volumi I e 2. Raccoglitori pieni di usato il tempo di pecora marrone. indietro liscio decorato con due ferri differenti. come mostre in rosso il numero del volume marocco di parti in pelle nera. Copricapo testa Volume strappata I; code strappati. Mors superiore del volume I e spaccò la testa e la coda. bordo esterno del volume I e smussare ainsiq nudi hanno assunto la direzione, lo stesso per il volume 2, ma solo in parte. Tutto molto strofinato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 23 planches dépliantes in fine des tomes I et 2 gravées par Sellier. Le frontispice est de Choffart. Reliures en pleine basane brune d'époque usagées. Dos lisses ornés de 2 fers différents. Pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, pièces de tomaison en maroquin noir. Coiffe de tête du tome I arrachée ; queues arrachées. Mors supérieur du tome I fendu et ouvert en tête et queue. Bordure externe du tome I émoussé et dénudée, ainsi que les coins, idem pour le tome 2, mais en partie seulement. Manque à la pièce de titre du tome I. Ensemble très frotté. Trace de mouillure en bordure externe des premiers feuillets du tome I. Mouillures sur certaines planches. Quelques rousseurs sur un papier blanc. En 1797, alors âgé de 70 ans, Ferdinand Berthoud écrivait dans une lettre adressée à Lacépède : "..Je vous prie encore Citoyen Président d'annoncer à la Classe un nouveau travail qui m'occupe... C'est l' " Histoire de la mesure du temps par les horloges ", ouvrage qui formera le recueil des inventions les plus importantes qui ont été faites pour mesurer le temps..." En novembre 1798, Naigeon, alors membre des l'Institut des sciences, demandait alors au nom de Ferdinand Berthoud, que cet ouvrage soit imprimé aux frais du gouvernement. L'édition de l'ouvrage fut ordonnée à l'imprimerie de la République pour un tirage de 800 exemplaires. Grand horloger et inventeur, Berthoud fut toujours attentif à la publication de ses ouvrages, qui constituèrent pour lui un instrument de sa domination sur le monde de l'horlogerie, et ils furent souvent publiés par décret royal, ou aux frais du gouvernement. Par ailleurs Berthoud fut l'un des seuls scientifiques à obtenir du pouvoir en place une rente et un atelier au Louvre. L'ouvrage de Berthoud avait été plannifié depuis longtemps et son importance est considérable, c'est le premier livre qui étudie tous les instruments servant à mesurer le temps depuis les origines, c'est une forme d'encyclopédie de la mécanique du temps. Le second volume restitue avec la plus grande exactitude l'ensemble des innovations techniques horlogères du XVIIIe (échappements, remontoirs...), et surtout de la seconde moitié dans laquelle Berthoud eut une part considérable, mais aussi Le Roy, son principal concurrent. De nombreux chapitres du tome I sont consacrés aux horloges marines, et notamment à tous les voyages qui embarquèrent des horloges. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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        ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE HUTTONIAN THEORY OF THE EARTH.

      Edinburgh, Caddell and Davies; William Creech, 1802.. FIRST EDITION, 1802. 8vo, approximately 210 x 130 mm, 8 x 5 inches, pages: xx, 1-528, bound in full modern speckled calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, gilt decoration to spine, double black rules to edges of covers, modern cream endpapers, marbled edges, housed in a marbled slip case. Pale browning and foxing to title page, pale age-browning throughout, occasional fox spot, 2 tips of corners missing, nowhere near text, tiny neat repair to top of inner margin on blank side of title page and tiny marginal repair to last page, nowhere near text, otherwise a very good copy. John Playfair was a Scottish mathematician and geologist best known for his defence of James Hutton's geological theories. This highly influential book, first published in 1802, contains Playfair's clarification and summary of Hutton's geological concepts. Playfair explains Hutton's theories on erosion and geothermal heat in rock formation and the concept of uniformitarianism in geology, illustrating these theories with his own observations on types of rock strata. Playfair's explanation was instrumental in popularising Hutton's geological theories, many of which are now recognised as key principles of modern geology. See; The History of British Geology by John Challinor, page 16; The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science and Medicine, Volume 2, page 370, No. 727; Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Volume XI, pages 34-36. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A Treatise on the Culture and Management ofFruit-Trees; in Which a New Method of Pruning and Training is FullyDescribed, to which is added a new improved edition of " Observations onthe Diseases, Defects, and Injuries, in all kinds of Fruit and ForestTree

      London. Printedby Nichols and Son. 1802. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s) . 4to. 27x22cm, the first edition,viii,371,[1]p., with 13 folding engraved plates, index, bound in halfcrushed green morocco, blind ruled raised bands, gilt spine titles, greencloth boards, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., signed binding "Sangorski &Sutcliffe", a fine copy in fine binding. (sgc) .

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        English Botany; or coloured Figures of British Plants, with their essential Characters, Synonyms and Places of Growth. Vol. XV. (Botanik, Blumen, Farne, Algen).

      London, Wilks and Taylor, 1802. Oktav. Maroquinband mit reicher Goldprägung. Mit 72 altkolorierten Kupferstichen v. James Sowerby. Mit schön altkolorierten, sauberen Kupfertafeln u. dazugehörigem Text. Enthält meist blühende Pflanzen,aber auch einige Farne und Algen. Schöner Lederband. Auf den Vorsätzen handschriftliches Verzeichnis von Pflanzen. Die Tafeln von 1009 bis 1080 nummeriert. Versand D: 9,00 EUR Botanik Smith Sowerby Kupferstich Orig.Graphik laudo

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        Description d'un pavé en mosaïque découvert dans l'ancienne ville d'Italica, aujourd'hui le village de Santiponce, près de Séville.

      1802 - La mosaïque du cirque d'Italica, en 22 somptueuses planches en couleurs. Paris, P. Didot l'Aîné, 1802.Très grand in-folio de (2) ff., 103 pp., 1 frontispice gravé imprimé en couleurs et rehaussé d'aquarelle et 22 planches hors texte numérotées dont 1 sur double-page. Gravures dans le texte. Qq. rousseurs. Relié en plein cuir de Russie brun de l'époque, plats richement ornés d'encadrements multiples de filets dorés et roulettes néo-classiques, dos à nerfs orné, tranches dorées. Reliure de l'époque de Ph. Selenka avec son étiquette. 680 x 510 mm. / The mosaic of Italica's circus, in 22 sumptuous colour plates. Paris, P. Didot l'Aîné, 1802.Very large folio [680 x 510 mm] of (2) ll., 103 pp., 1 engraved frontispiece printed in colors and enhanced with watercolor and 22 out of pagination numbered plates, including 1 on double-page. Engravings in the text. Some slight foxing. Bound in contemporary brown Russian leather, covers richly decorated with gilt fillets and neo-classical borders, spine ribbed and decorated, gilt edges. Contemporary binding by Ph. Selenka with his label. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Posthumes ; Lettres reçues après la mort du Mari, par sa Femme, qui le croit à Florence.

      1802 - Édition originale de l'un des premiers romans de science-fiction. Exemplaire immense de marges, conservé broché et non rogné, bien complet des 4 estampes qui motivèrent la saisie du livre et qui manquent souvent.  Paris, chez Duchêne, 1802.4 tomes en 4 volumes in-12 de : I/ (4) ff., pp. 6 à 356, 1 gravure hors texte à pleine page, pte. galerie de vers sans gravité dans 8 ff. ; II/ 360 pp., 1 gravure hors texte à pleine page ; III/ 360 pp., 1 gravure hors texte à pleine page, pte. mouillure dans l'angle supérieur d'une dizaine de ff. ; IV/ 335 pp., (37), 1 gravure hors texte à pleine page. Conservés dans leurs brochures bleues d'origine, pièces de titre de papier rosé sur les dos lisses, non rognés. Reliure de l'époque. 182 x 106 mm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Istituzioni botaniche. Seconda edizione con molte aggiunte e figure in rame. Tomo I (Tomo II e III)

      Stamperia Reale, 1802. 8vo (cm. 20,4), 3 Voll.; VIII-392 pp., XXII-(2)440 pp., 2 cc.nn., 589(1) pp., 1 c.nn. (bianca) Complessive 11 tavv. f.t. incise su rame e una tabella (tav. XII, prospetto del sistema di Linneo). Belle legature coeve in mz. pelle con fili, fregi e titolo in oro su tassello al ds. (usurate). Tagli rossi. Due fogli sciolti dalla legatura nel primo e nel secondo vol. Alcune pieghe alle carte finali del secondo vol., ma buoni interni nel complesso. Pritzel, n.9106.

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        [UNALASKA IN 1780S] Puteshestvie Flota Kapitana Sarycheva po Severovostochnoi Chasti Sibiri, Ledovitomu Moriu i Vostochnomu Okeanu, v Prodolzheniye Os'mi Let, pri Geograficheskoi i Astronomicheskoi Morskoi Ekspeditsii, byvshey pod Nachalstvom Flota Kapitana Billingsa, s 1785 po 1793 god. Chast' I... Chast' II. [i.e. Voyage of Fleet Captain Sarychev Across the Northeastern Part of Siberia, the Icy Sea and the Eastern Ocean, for Eight Years, during the Geographical and Astronomical Maritime Expedition under the Command of Fleet Captain Billings, from 1785 to 1793. Part I… Part II]

      St. Petersburg: Typ. of Johann Carl Schnoor, 1802. Two parts bound together. [8], xii, 187, [5], [2]; [4], 192, [2] pp. 25x20 cm. With a copper engraved vignette on the title page and a folding table. Period style full leather, gilt tooled borders on both boards and the spine; gilt lettered title label on the spine; new endpapers; all edges speckled. Owner's ink stamp on the half title; errata page of part II with minor tears neatly restored, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. Text volume of the rare official Russian account of Joseph Billings' expedition to the Northeast coast of Siberia, Bering Strait, the Aleutian Islands and Alaska in 1785-1794. The goal of the expedition was to survey and map the coast of the Arctic Ocean from the Kolyma River mouth to the Bering Strait (the task which hadn't been accomplished by the Great Northern Expedition) and to ascertain the possibility of a passage to the Pacific Ocean along the Arctic coast of Siberia (Northeast Passage), to find out if there was a land north of the Medvezhyi [Bear] Islands in the East-Siberian Sea, and to survey the ocean area between the shores of Siberia and Alaska. Sarychev was one of Billings' chief assistants (together with Robert Hall) and made the main contribution to the expedition's results in terms of discovery and survey. In the winter of 1785-87 he surveyed and mapped several mountain ranges in Yakutia (Suntar-Khayata, Moma, Chersky and Verkhoyansky ranges, Nerskoye plateau and others), supervised the construction of four of five expedition vessels - 'Yasashna' and 'Pallas' (for the exploration of the Arctic Siberian coast from the mouth of the Kolyma River); and 'Slava Rossii' and 'Dobroye Namereniye' (for the exploration of the North Pacific Ocean from Okhotsk). During the short navigation along the Arctic Siberian coast in the summer of 1787 on 'Yasashna' and 'Pallas' (the ships couldn't proceed far due to the pack ice), Sarychev ascertained that the coast line was in fact 2 degrees to the south from the line shown on the contemporary maps, surveyed sea depths and ice; at the Bolshoy Baranov Cape (east of the Kolyma River mouth) he made the first ever Arctic archaeological excavations. In 1789 together with Captain Fomin he described the whole western coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. In September 1789 together with Billings he discovered the St. Jonas' Island in the Sea of Okhotsk, in summer 1790 on board the 'Slava Rossii' Sarychev visited and described Andreanof, Fox, Shumagin, and Semidi Islands of the Aleutian chain, Kodiak Island and the Chugatsky Bay (Prince William Sound) on the Alaskan mainland from the Kenai Peninsula to the mouth of the Copper River. In 1791 he mapped the Commander Islands, Pribilof Islands, St. Matthew and St. Lawrence Islands, discovered the Hall Island (Bering Sea), and surveyed the Alaskan shore near Cape Rodney. The same year Sarychev's subordinate, sergeant of geodezy Khudiakov discovered a group of small islands off the north shore of the Alaska Peninsula which were later named Kudiakof Islands after him (Glenn, Operl and Neumann Islands). In August 1791 Billings landed with a small party in St. Lawrence Bay and proceeded across the Chukotka Peninsula to the Nizhnekolymsk. Sarychev returned to Unalaska and in February 1792 and surveyed and mapped it; many of the geographical names given by Sarychev are still on the Unalaska's modern maps (Captains Bay and others). The account of Sarychev's eight-year travel was published in 1802 which made him the first Russian writer of the maritime genre. The first part is occupied with a detailed description of the expedition's travels in 1787-90 across Yakutia, navigation up the Kolyma River and in the Arctic Ocean, voyage to and wintering in Kamchatka. The second part is dedicated to the 1790-92 travels to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska and the Bering Strait. The account is especially valuable because of its extensive description of Unalaska and other Aleutian Islands, and important original notes on the Aleuts, Inuit of Alaska and Siberian Asia, Kamchadals, Chikchi, and Yakuts; the account contains the results of meteorological, hydrological and astronomical observations, notes on the nature of Eastern Siberia, Kamchatka, Alaska and the islands of the Bering Sea. Sarychev was the first one to presume that the Aleutian and Commodore Islands were parts of the same chain; he also suggested that there was an island north of the Chukotka Peninsula (Wrangel Island, to be officially discovered only in 1867 by Thomas Long). The book was translated into German (1805), English (1806), and Dutch (1808). Lada-Mocarski clearly valued the quality of Sarychev's account of the expedition more than that of Martin Sauer's (An account of a geographical and astronomical expedition to the northern parts of Russia… London, 1802): «Martin Sauer was Secretary to Billings' expedition and, as stated on the t.p., his narrative was composed from the original, presumably official papers. In view of Mortimer's remarks regarding Billings' ineptitude (in Observations; no. 48), which must have influenced at least some of his decisions and thinking, one is inclined to rely heavily on Captain Sarychev's narrative of this voyage [Sauer] was very complimentary of Sarychev» (Lada-Mocarski about Sauer's account, no. 58). The engraved vignette on the title page represents two sailing ships in the icy sea. «Between the pp. 174 and 175 in Part I there is a large folding table giving the number of inhabitants on Fox and Andreanov Islands, as well as the size and the kind of fur tribute levied by the Russians on these inhabitants in 1791» (Lada-Mocarski, 57). In 1811 in addition to his account Sarychev published in St. Petersburg a detailed description of Billings' travel across the Chukotka peninsula in August 1791 - February 1792, and the voyage of Captain Robert Hall on the ship «Cherny Orel» (Black Eagle) to Unalaska and Bering Strait in May-September 1791; as both voyages received only short overviews in Sauer's account (Puteshestvie Kapitana Billingsa chrez Chukotskuyu Zemliu ot Beringova Proliva do Nizhnekolymskago Ostroga i Plavanie Kapitana Galla na Sudne Chernom Orle po Severovostochnomu Okeanu v 1791 godu, St. Petersburg, 1811). «This is one of the fundamental and very rare early books on the Aleutian Islands and particularly on Unalaska, the description of which will be found to occupy practically all of part II. The results of Captain Sarychev's observations and measurements are embodied in several maps of the atlas accompanying the description of the voyage - which lasted eight years - and in masterful engravings of views of natives and of their habitations and ceremonies. See also no. 58 Sauer's account of the same expedition, which have some information not included in Sarychev's work. It is in English. On the whole, Sarychev's relations is to be preferred, primarily because of a much greater number of maps and plates.» (Lada-Mocarski). Sarychev «…published the most complete and reliable charts of the Aleutian Islands, a work upon which, as far as the territory included in Sarychef's own observations is concerned, even Tebenkof could make few if any improvements. Their reliability stands acknowledged to the present day. But few corrections have been made in his special charts of harbors by modern surveys…» (Bancroft, History of Alaska. San Francisco, 1886, p. 297). «In 1785, at the suggestion of William Coxe, the historian, Billings was appointed by Catherine II to lead an expedition to the Chukotsky peninsula in northeastern Siberia, with the objective of filling the gap in the maps left by the Great Northern Expedition. Billings left St. Petersburg in 1785, accompanied by Martin Sauer (his historian and secretary) and Carl Heinrich Merck (a naturalist), and was in Okhotsk by July 1786. The section of the coast to the east of the Kolyma River was assigned to Gavril A. Sarychev who failed to make progress due to pack ice. In 1790 a second expedition, with the ship Slava Rossii and with an escorting craft, the Chernui Orel under Sarychev took Billings to the Aleutian Islands, and as far as Mount Elias on the coast of Alaska. At Unalaska, in June 1790, Sauer declared that the native inhabitants, with their Stone Age culture, were far superior to the toadies who made up the court circles at St. Petersburg and who had no culture at all. Sarychev investigated the Aleutians and the southern coast of Alaska, visiting Unalaska in June 1790, and Schugatskikh Bay (= Prince William Sound) in July. In the summer of 1790, Billings and a party of seven, including the naturalist Merck, reached Lavrentiya Bay. Unable to round the East Cape, he travelled westward overland to Nizhnekolymsk. The expedition returned in 1793» (Howgego, To 1800, B96). Lada-Mocarski 67; Howes S 115; Cox, vol, 1 p. 353; Wickersham 6128 (incorrectly described); Mezhov 14161; Obolyaninov 2406.

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        Origenous ta heuriskomena panta. Origenis opera omnia quae graece vel latine tantum exstant et ejus nomine circumferuntur. Ediderunt Carolus et Carol. Vincent Delarue. Denuo Recensuit Emendavit Castigavit Carol. Henric. Eduard Lommatzsch. 25 Bände (vollständig)

      8vo. Je ca. 400 S. Marmorierte Pp. d. Zeit m. 2 Rschildern. Gelbschnitt. Seltene Origenes-Gesamtausgabe von Carl Heinrich Eduard Lommatzsch (1802-1882) nach Charles de la Rue (1643-1725) mit Einführungen, kritischem Apparat, einer Biographie usw. Enthält auch Schriften, die heute nicht mehr Origenes zugeschrieben werden. - Einbände berieben, einige am Rücken stärker, RSchilder teils m. Fehlstellen. Kopfschnitt bei allen Bänden fleckig, durchgehend schmaler Wasserrand an der Oberkante. Im Text sauber.

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        Histoire géographique, politique et naturelle de la Sardaigne.

      Levrault, Paris et Strasbourg 1802 - LIVRES Édition originale très rare. 1 grande carte dépliante, 1 planche de monnaies et 7 palnches hors texte. 2 volumes in-8° 1/2 basane havane (coiffes restaurées), coins verts, tranches jaunes. Reliure de l'époque. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire des désastres de Saint-Domingue, ouvrage où l'on expose les causes de ces événemens;

      Pellier-Lawalle, Bordeaux 1802 - This is a very desirable book. Text deeply embossed in high quality paper; very well sewn; marbled end papers. Some previous repairs are evident. Full title is Histoire des désastres de Saint-Domingue, ouvrage où l'on expose les causes de ces événemens, les moyens employés pour renverser cette Colonie, les reproches faits à ses habitans, et les calomnies dont on les a couverts, enfin, des faits et des verites, qui, justifiant ces Colons, sont encore propres a fixer le Gouvernement sur les moyens de faire refleurir la culture dans cette Isle infortunee. Legal deposits 15 nivose, an X de la Republique. 306 pages; Sommaire XLII. Please ask for specific information and photos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Arabian Nights. 5 volume set.

      Printed for William Miller by W Bulmer and Co., London. 1802 - Volume 1. Lxi [5] + 385 pp + 5 plates. Volume 2. [2] + 432 pp + 5 plates. Volume 3. [2] + 405 pp + 5 plates. Volume 4. [2] + 461 pp + 4 plates. Volume 5.[2] + 474 pp + 5 plates. Half titles to all volumes. A fine hardback set in three quarter morocco by Bayntun. Raised bands, gilt lettering and decoration to spines. Aeg and marbled eps. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Bayrische [bayerische] Wald (Böhmerwald).

      417 S. mit 37 Stahlstichen, die col. Karte zerissen und nur noch zur Hälfte vorhanden. 18 cm, Original Halbleinen, Rücken und Eb berieben, eine Tafel lose. Papier altersbed. durchgehend etwas gebräunt oder fleckig. Adalbert Müller (* 12. Januar 1802 auf Schloss Furth im Wald 13. Oktober 1879 in Regensburg gebürtig Adalbert Franz Xaver Ernst Johann Nepomuk von Müller) war Schriftsteller und Landeskundler. Der Grueber'sche Vorläufer und das vorliegende Buch gelten als die ersten umfassenden Monographien über den Bayerischen Wald.

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        View of London, Taken from Albion Place, Blackfryars Bridge. Vue de Londres, Prise d'Albion Place, Pont de Blackfryars.

      Publish'd by the Proprietor, N.R. Black, at the Engraver's, No. 15 Villiers Street, Strand, May 2, 1802., London, - Blackfriars Bridge Etching and aquatint printed in colours. A striking view of London from Blackfriars Bridge. The bridge was one of the busiest in London, as shown by the numerous vehicles going across: an omnibus, private carriages, and wagons full of barrels and hay. The Blackfriars Bridge shown here was designed by Robert Mylne and built between 1760 and 1769. It was originally named after the Prime Minister, William Pitt the Elder, as voted for by the citizens of London. The Pitt Bridge was demolished in 1860.Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl.1780-1822) was a German-born engraver active in London, and worked with some of the most famous artists of the day, engraving plates for Joseph Farington, Rudolph Ackermann and Thomas Rowlandson. Image: 508 by 904mm (20 by 35.5 inches). Sheet: 600 by 958mm (23.5 by 37.75 inches). BL George III Topographical Collection; BM 1880,1113.1201.

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        Hamburgisches Adress-Buch auf das Jahr 1803.

      ( Ohne Erscheinungsjahr - 1802 erschienen ) Gestochenes Titelblatt mit Vignette, XVI, 422 Seiten, 1 Blatt ( Erhebliche Verbesserungen ), Ohldr mit 2 farbigen Rückenschildchen und umlaufendem Rotschnitt, 8 ( 18,5 x 11 cm ). Sehr seltenes und frühes Hamburger Adressbuch mit Reichs- und Französischem Kalender sowie Abschnitten über die Ratsherren, Domherren, Minister, Prediger, Briefbesteller, Garnison-Offiziere etc..Bei den Adreßangaben häufig auch die Berufsbezeichnungen bzw. mit Angabe des ausgeübten Gewerbes. Einband berieben und etwas fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, oberes Kapital mit Fehlstelle. Vorderer Innendeckel mit montiertem Papierstreifen, einige Seiten gering fleckig bzw. gebräunt. ( Gewicht 350 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        Reisen von Montreal durch Nordwestamerika nach dem Eismeer und der Süd-See

      Hamburg, Hoffmann, 1802. - in den Jahren 1789 und 1793. Nebst einer Geschichte des Pelzhandels in Canada. Aus dem Englischen. Mit 1 gestochenem Porträt-Frontispiz und 1 mehrfach gefalteten grenzkolorierten Kupferkarte, 2 Blatt, X, 585 Seiten, 1 Blatt, Halblederband der Zeit mit schöner Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, 20,5 x 13 cm, (Neuere Geschichte der See- und Land-Reisen. Sechzehnter Band). Alter Bibliotheksstempel auf Frontispiz verso, gelöschter Stempel auf Titel, innen sauber. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRABAJOS DE PERSILES Y SEGISMUNDA

      - Trabajos de Persiles y Segismunda, historia sentimental por. .- Madrid, Imprenta de Sancha, 1802; 2 tomos en 8º mayor pasta española de época, 1º. 2 hh. - XVI pp. - 2 hh. - 394 pp. 4 láminas y 2 viñetas grabadas. 2º. 4 hh. - 352 pp. 4 láminas y 2 viñetas grabadas. Palau nº 53911.

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        Bonaparte Reviewing the Consular Guards. / La Revue du Quintidi

      1802. Bonaparte a cavallo, raffigurato con il cappotto indossato nella battaglia di Marengo. Di spalle il generale Lasne e a destra un giovane capo mamelucco che ha accompagnato Bonaparte in Egitto. Nel gruppo si intravedono i generali Durocq e Berthier e sullo sfondo la Corte del Palazzo Consolare (Tuileries) mm 448x582

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        The Modern History of Hindostan: Comprehending that of The Greek Empire of Bactria and other Great Asiatic Kingdoms, Bordering on its Western Frontier (Two Volumes)

      Printed for the Author by W. Bulmer and Co., London 1802 - Two Volumes. Quarto. 508pp + 674pp. Rebound in half brown morocco with gilt titles, raised bands and motif decoration to spine. Marbled boards. Complete in the five parts (including supplement). Small Halifax library stamp to fold out hand-coloured map, also small tear to central fold of map. The same library stamp appears on engraved plate in volume two entitled 'Hindoos adoring & feeding serpents'. Overall a Very Good set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Influence de L'Habitude Sur La Faculté de Penser

      Paris: Henrichs, 1802. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. An XI (1802). First edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in contemporary vellum and recent slip case. 402pp. Very good. Minor foxing to contents, else internally bright and unmarked. An important French psychological text emphasizing the primary function of the will in human behavior. Digital images available upon request.

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        Lyrical Ballads, with Pastoral and Other Poems. Vol. I: 3rd edn; Vol. II: 2nd edn. 2 vols.

      T.N. Longman & O. Rees. 1802 - Illustrated with 23 original silhouettes bound in at the end of each volume (12 in vol. I, 11 in vol. II). Contemp. full straight grained green morocco, spines expertly replaced with matching green calf, gilt ornaments, dentelles & single-ruled borders, tan & black leather labels. Booklabels of A. Lubbock on leading pastedowns, partly obscuring earlier signatures of C. Gell. a.e.g. A v.g. handsome copy. Wise (6). The first edition of 1798 comprised one volume only. For the second edition, a second volume of poems was added, with vol. I only designated ?second edition? For the next edition, 1802, the one here presented, vol. I was thus the ?third edition?, while vol. II was the ?second edition? In this edition Wordsworth further expanded the celebrated preface, as well as editing the poems in several places. One of Wordsworth?s poems was excised completely, as well as Coleridge?s ?The Dungeon?, reducing his contribution to just four pieces. The Argument to Ancient Mariner was also omitted. This copy has been augmented with the addition of 23 delicate silhouettes, cut from black paper and laid on to blanks, bound in at the end of each volume. These early images are unsigned, but each is accompanied by an ms. caption in a contemp. hand and page reference. Two silhouettes may have been excised (or never completed), as two text references appear without an accompanying image. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Account of Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa in the Years 1797 and 1798, 1st US Edition

      New-York: : Printed and sold by G.F. Hopkins, at Washington's Head, no. 118 Pearl-Street, 1802-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 1st American edition. Contemporary leather, with red spine label. W Boards moderately worn and rubbed, one corner bumped. [4], 386, [2] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill., map ; 22 cm. Folded map has title: General chart of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope. Foxing to title page. Marginal tear p. 319-320. Publisher's advertisement, p. [387]. Last page blank. Notes: Caption title: Travels into the interior of southern Africa. Running title: Travels in southern Africa. The London edition, published 1801-1804, includes a second volume, not published in the American edition. Shaw & Shoemaker 1842. <br> Provenance: Signature of early owner, Ralph P. Chapwin, Chapinville, NY.

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        [CORSE] [Carte de la Corse].

      1802. En deux feuilles de 15 sections chacune, entoilées et bordées de soie verte, pouvant être jointes pour former une carte de 1,06 x 0,66 m. Feuilles XXII et XXVII représentant la Corse, extraites de la grande carte d'Italie commandée par Napoléon pour la Campagne d'Italie. Quelques rousseurs.

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        Electricitets-Lære, grundet paa Erfaring og Forsøg, og sammenlignet med de mest bekiendte Hypotheser, af Friderich Saxtorph, Regiments-Chirurgus. Bind 1-2.

      Kiøbenhavn, Arentzens og Hartiers Forlag, 1802-03. XXVIII + 663 + (1) + 1287 + XII + (35) s. 8 kobberstukne foldede plansjer. Samt. skinnbd. Ryggdekor i gull. Navn på forsatsbl.

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

      De l'imprimerie de Guilleminet 1802 - - De l'imprimerie de Guilleminet, A Paris 1802 (An X), In-8 (13,5x21,5cm), lxiv, 240pp. (1) et (4) 276pp., 2 volumes reliés. - Edition originale. Reliures en demi basane marine légèrement postérieures (ca 1820). Dos lisses ornés de 4 fers et de roulettes. Traces de frottements, notamment sur les plats. Agréable exemplaire, relativement frais, et imprimé sur un bon papier vergé. Examen de l'état de l'agriculture en France. Influence de la Révolution française sur la propriété et les cultures. Comparaison avec l'Angleterre. Statistiques. Etudes historiques de l'agriculture française. Ce traité examine tant la culture de sol que l'élevage ou les haras. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] 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. lxiv, 240pp. (1) et (4) 276pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Briefe naturhistorischen, physikalischen und ökonomischen Inhaltes an Herrn Bernhard Sebastian Naus&hellip;Nebst drey vorausgeschichten naturhistorischen Abhandlungen

      Four folding engraved plates. 2 p.l., 384 pp. 8vo, orig. grey boards. Erlangen: J.C. Schubart, 1802. First edition and very scarce; WorldCat locates no copy in the U.S. Nau (1766-1845), a close friend and colleague of Schrank, was professor of natural history and statistics at the University of Mainz and, later, a high government official. He was also conservator of the mineralogical collection at Munich. In this work, Schrank has collected his letters written to Nau on a great many scientific subjects which range from botany to electricity to mineralogy to geology. Fine copy from the Wittelsbach library of the dukes and kings of Bavaria. &#10087; Poggendorff, II, 841. Stafleu & Cowan 11115.

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        Gavard 1855 - 1857. Buch mit 23 technischen, geographischen und militärischen Original-Zeichnungen eines französischen Offiziersschülers.

      (Rücken mir größeren Fehlstellen, Bindung fast völlig gelöst, eventuell fehlt ein Titelblatt, innen nur wenig gebräunt oder fleckig) Fast jedes Blatt mit dem Stempel und Blindstempel: "Ecole Impériale Spéciale Militaire", der Offiziersschule und Elitehochschule des französischen Heeres. Die Militärschule wurde 1802 von Napoleon Bonaparte in Fontainebleau gegründet und 1808 nach Saint-Cyr in der Bretagne verlegt. Die Blätter sind von Gavard unterzeichnet und von Lehrern gegengezeichnet, der Name Boissonnel ist zu entziffern. Die Zeichnungen sind keine flüchtigen Skizzen, sondern sehr fein und genau ausgearbeitet. Ob der Zeichner mit dem Künstler Charles Gavard verwandt ist, konnten wir nicht eruieren. Enthalten sind eine Tafel mit Buchstabenkalligraphie, eine Tafel mit sechs verschiedenen Maßstäben, Spiegelung von dreidimensionalen Objekten in die Fläche, sodann "Teintes conventionnelles" mit fein kolorierten Beispielen Flurstücke zu kennzeichnen: "Terres labourées, Pres, Vergers, Bois, Friches, Vignes, Bruyères, Marats, Sables". Es folgt eine "Carte d'études" mit dem beispielhaften Flurstück um "Gaillon" mit dem "Bois de Gaillon" und dem "Château", Flüssen, Feldern, Wäldern etc. Weiterhin eine "Carte d'étude" um die Kleinstadt Meulan an der Seine im Département Yvelines und der Region Île-de-France. Auch Karten mit Höhenlinien "Nivellement", "Levé expédie" und "Itinéraire" finden sich, ebenso wie Profilkarten. Besonders interessant sind die Pläne zu Feldeinrichtungen wie vom "Camp d'un Bataillon de 830 hommes" mit Feldküchen, Öfen, Baracken etc. Die doppelblattgroße Tafel zeigt einen Belagerungsring um eine Festung mit Wällen, Mauern und Wassergräben: "Attaque des places" mit dem "Profil du Cavalier de tranchée" und "Profil d'une batterie de siège contre le bastion". Die letzte Tafel zeigt eine lavierte Säulenzeichnung. Die meisten Abbildungen sind direkt auf dem Karton mit schwarzer Tinte gezeichnet, dann koloriert. Zwei Abbildungen sind in Bleistift ausgeführt und auf eine Tafel montiert. - Weitere Abbildungen zu unserem Angebot finden Sie auf unserer Homepage.

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        Geschichte der teutschen Landwirthschaft von den älteren Zeiten bis zu Ende des fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts.

      3 Bde. 4 Bll., 486 S., 5 Bll. Register und 4 gefaltete Kupfer-Tafeln 3 Bll., 376 S. 4 Bll., 563 S. HLdr. d. Zt. mit goldener Rückenbeschriftung. (Mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren). Seiten papierbedingt braunfleckig. ERSTAUSGABE: Karl Gottlob Anton, ab 1802 von Anton (* 23. Juli 1751 in Lauban 17. November 1818 in Görlitz) war ein deutscher Jurist, Politiker, Historiker sowie Mitbegründer und Präsident der Oberlausitzischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften. Sehr schöne Exemplare.

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        Sul commercio de commestibilii e caro prezzo del vitto. Tomo primo (e Tomo secondo)

      Presso Pirotta e Maspero I° Brumaio anno X (1802), Milano - Legatura coeva in mz. pelle con fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Segni di usura agli angoli. Timbretto ex libris di collezione privata ai due frontespizi. Ottimo esemplare nel complesso. Prima edizione. Non in Einaudi. Kress, II, 707. 8vo (cm. 17,2), 2 Voll. legati in uno, 275(1) pp.; 226 pp., 1 c.nn. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         [CROATIE] Plan général de la ville et des environs de Spalatro.

      Paris 1802 407 x 567 mm. Carte figurant la ville fortifiée de Split et ses environs, dessinée par Louis-François Cassas, gravée par Perrier fils. Bel exemplaire replié.

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        Forms of Prayer. For the use of Christian families.

      York: T. Wilson and R. Spence, 1802 Fifth edition. Large 16mo (13,7 x 8,9 cm). iv, 5-108 pp. Blind-tooled full leather. A very rare copy of a very popular prayer book: This small work contains altogether 22 Prayers and 2 Annexes to these prayers: Lord's Day Morning, Lord's Day Evening, Morning Prayer I - VI, Evening Prayer I - VI, the Short forms of Morning and Evening Prayer I - III, Morning and Evening Prayer for a Single Person, Passages to be added whw any Friend or Member of the Family is Sick or Afflicted and When the Sickness is apprehended to be mortal. It was an enormously popular prayer book. This is the very rare fifth edition. Contemporary prayer written on frontal flyleaf. Leather covers bit worn, spine damaged, lower parts of hinges split, first and last leaf bit browned and last flyleaf missing, but otherwise a good copy of a very rare 5th edition, not present in Copac, nor WorldCat. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Les Amours des Dieux Payens [L'Arétin d'Augustin Carrache]. ? Tome Premier [Second]

      chez tous les Marchands de Nouveautés, A Lampsaque [Paris] 1802 - Orné de vingt figures. 20 engraved erotic plates. [4], 106, [4], 107 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Erotic Acrobatics of Gods and Mortals. The engravings show the erotic play of Graeco-Roman deities and mythological figures, such as Mars and Venus, Jupiter and Juno, satyrs and nymphs, as well as of mortals such as Antony and Cleopatra, Messalina, Ovid, and the daughter of Augustus ("Julie"). The text briefly describes the mythical figures depicted in a variety of postures. Gay-Lemmonyer attributes its authorship to Croze-Magnan. An attractive copy of a scarce book. Kearney, The Private Case 337; Pia, Les Livres de l'enfer, p. 44; Gay Lemmonyer I, 167, 260-261 Nineteenth-century three quarter blue morocco, some rubbing at extremities. One leaf cropped at corner margin (by binder?) with repair, no loss, scattered foxing, plates bright. Very good Orné de vingt figures. 20 engraved erotic plates. [4], 106, [4], 107 pp. 1 vols. 12mo

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        Histoire de la mesure du temps par les horloges

      Edition illustrated with 23 folding plates in fine Volumes I and 2.Binders full of used brown sheepskin time. back smooth decorated with two different irons. as exhibits in red morocco volume number of parts in black leather. Headgear head torn Volume I; torn tails. Mors top of Volume I and split open the head and tail. outer edge of Volume I and blunt naked ainsiq took over, same for volume 2, but only partly. All very rubbed. De L'imprimerie de la République à Paris 1802 in-4 (20x26cm) (2) xxviij, 373pp. (1) et (2) xvj, 447pp. (1) 2 volumes reliés

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