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        John Woodvil, A Tragedy . . . To Which are Added, Fragments of Burton, the Author of The Anatomy of Melancholy

      London: Printed by T. Plummer for G. and J. Robinson, 1802, 1802. First edition. Roff, Charles & Mary Lamb, page 47-52; NCBEL III, 1225 (Charles Lamb) and 1291 (Mary Lamb). Boards somewhat rubbed and worn; some light foxing; very good copy, enclosed in a chemise and pull-off morocco box.. Small 8vo, original drab boards, untrimmed. Lamb's first play - "a tale of witch craft" which was never performed. Upon hearing that it was being published Southey commented: Lamb "is printing his play, which will please you by the exquisite beauty of its poetry, and provoke you by the exquisite silliness of its story" - Rolf. At the conclusion of John Woodvil are some other writings by Lamb and one poem by Mary Lamb, "Helen," her first appearance in print. Despite it being an early work, John Woodvil is not an uncommon book, though copies in the original boards, as here, are rare. According to Roff, a printed spine label is not called for.

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

      Rossi s.d. (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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        Ulisse nell'isola di Circe]. [Cantata]. Ah se parti amato bene Nella Circe. Scena inedita di Niccolò Zingarelli. Autograph musical manuscript full score of a complete scene. Signed and dated 1802

      - Oblong folio (295 x 225 mm). Sewn. Notated in black ink on 10-stave paper. 22 pp. Ascription, "de Niccolò Zingarelli," and date, "1802," to upper right corner of title. Incipit, "Ah se parti amato bene," added later to title, possibly in a different hand. Note, "Laus Deo," at conclusion of music. "P. 32," in black ink to foot of title, followed by initials "P.I."A complete scene, consisting of a recitative, "Senti mia vita Circe date," scored for two violins, viola, Circe (soprano), and unfigured bass (2 pages; 5 staves per system); and an aria, "Ah se parti amato bene," in which two horns in F and two oboes are added (7 staves per system). In F major. With the deletion of three incomplete measures on f.8v. Occasional show-through; small tear to outer margin of f.9. The cantata Ulisse nell'isola di Circe (undated) is listed in both Grove and MGG2 (without references to sources). RISM lists a single, incomplete manuscript source at the Library of Congress (ID no.: 000131573), ascribed to Zingarelli and tentatively assigned to this cantata because of the cast (Mercurio, Ulisse, Circe). Zingarelli studied with Fenaroli, Speranza, Anfoss, and Sacchini, and became musical director at S Pietro in Rome after Guglielmi's death in 1804. He is considered "the last major composer of opera seria. One of the principal characteristics of Zingarelli's style is the simplicity (and often the sweetness) of his melodic language. His arias were written specifically for such singers as Crescentini, Rubini, Pasta and Malibran."His secular cantatas, with string or orchestral accompaniment, occupy an important place in his output. Since Zingarelli wrote them throughout his career they demonstrate, more than the operas and sacred music, all his various attempts at stylistic renewal, and are thus important from a historial perspective." "His refined literary taste is reflected in his choice of texts by Dante, Petrarch, Ariosto and his favourite, Tasso." R.M. Longyear and Rodobaldo Tibaldi in Grove Music Online.Autograph manuscripts by Zingarelli are very scarce. We have located single examples only at the Library of Congress, The Morgan Library and Museum, and the Folger Shakespeare Library.

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      A VOYAGE UP THE MEDITERRANEAN IN HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP THE SWIFTSURE.  Rev. C. A. Willyams.  Lon: T. Bensley, 1802, 1st. edition, xxiii, 309 pp. *** This was one ship in the squadron under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson.  With a description of the Battle of the Nile on August 1, 1798, and details of events that occurred subsequent to the battle in various parts of the Mediterranean.  Forty-three (43) handcolored engraved plates, an art gallery by itself. *** Bound in later 3/4 light brown calf with marbled paper boards.  Five raised bands on spine with stamped gilt devices in compartments, red label with gilt lettering. Covers have very light wear and soil. The contents are clean and complete in a good binding. Tissue guards missing for four plates.  Ex-lib. with small institutional stamp on the verso of each plate, no affect to image. ***11.25 inches tall by 9.25 inches

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        The Works, In Natural History, of the Late Rev. Gilbert White, A.M. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Comprising the Natural History of Selborne; The Naturalist's Calendar; And Miscellaneous Observations, Extracted From His Papers. To Which Are Added, A Calendar and Observations, By W. Markwick, Esq. F.L.S. In Two Volumes.

      London: J. White of Fleet Street, 1802. - FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Octavo, pp. vii; 392; 300. Bound in original brown card boards, spine in green morocco, red title label to spine, blank endpapers. White's 'Natural History of Selborne' (included in this set) has been continuously in print since its first publication in the late 18th century; it has been long held as the fourth-most published book in the English language after the Bible, the works of Shakespeare, and John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress [Mabey, 1986]. In very good condition, considering age, with general age toning and discolouration to boards and leather, some 'bubbling' under title label of first volume, title label of second volume rubbed, all corners bumped, edgeworn. Binding remains tight. Relatively browned throughout with some damp staining to several plates. Slight chipping to the top of the spines. Includes two detailed fold-outs, and one coloured plate - very clean and vidid. A captivating item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE SCHEEPS BOUWMEESTER. Stich von 1802 nach einem Bildnis von Rembrandt von 1633, in Übergröße. Blattmaße 49,7 x 63,9 cm.

      P. DE SMETH, Amsterdam 1802 - Titelunterschrift: Deeze Prent gegraveerd neer het Capitaal Schilderye von Rembrandt, in het Cabinet van den Heere P. DE SMETH te Amsterdam berustende, wordt aan Zyn Ed:met hoogachting opgedraagen door de Uitgeevers, / C. H. Hodges en E. Maaskamp. / Groote van het Schildery, hoog 43, breed 66, duim. +++ Foxing on margins, pictorial parts clean. Altogether near fine. +++ Very rare. A collector's item. Oversize: extra shipping charge may be necessary. +++ If you want more information please use the "Ask Bookseller a question" button and I'll be pleased to help.

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        Historia pestis Sirmiensis annorum MDCCXCV et MDCCXCVI.

      Buda, sumtibus typographiae Regiae Universitatis Pesthiensis, 1802. - Large 4to. 3 vols. LXVI, 202 pp. (2), 337, (1) pp. (2), 394 pp. With 10 folding engraved plates and numerous foling tables. Contemp. calf with gilt spines. All edges red. Marbled endpapers. Only edition. - Exceptionally rare Latin translation of this history of the 1795 plague epidemic in Syrmia, first published in German as "Geschichte der Pest in Sirmien in den Jahren 1795 und 1796" by the Budapest physician Franz von Schraud (1761-1806). - Titles stamped on reverse. Hinges and extremeties professionally repaired; a good copy. Petrik III, 331. Wurzbach XXXI, 274. ADB XXXII, 453. OCLC 14833959. Cf. Lesky, Kat. der Josephin. Bibliothek, p. 596 (German ed. only). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis tratte dagli autografi (segue il motto:) Naturae clamat ab ipso Vox tumulo

      s.t. MDCCCII (1802) 8vo (cm. 16,8), 5 cc.nn. (occhietto, avviso dell’editore, ritratto dell’A. in ovale, frontis. e avviso al lettore), 244 pp., 2 cc.nn. (errata e ultima bianca). Legatura ‘800 in mz. tela con titolo impresso in oro al ds. (minime tracce di usura). Una firma sull’occhietto e una sul frontis. Ottimi interni. Esemplare fresco e genuino di questa rara edizione detta ‘Mantovana’ ma probabilmente impressa a Milano e curata dal Foscolo stesso. Ottolini, 79.

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        John Woodvil A Tragedy. ... To which are Added, Fragments of Burton

      London: Printed by T. Plummer, Seething-Lane for G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1802. First edition. [iv], 128 pp. 1 vols. Sm. 8vo. Uncut in publisher's gray-green boards, rebacked to style. In custom red morocco-backed slipcase. First edition. [iv], 128 pp. 1 vols. Sm. 8vo. Lamb's first play and Mary's first appearance in print. Pages 106-7 contain Mary Lamb's poem "Helen", her first appearance in print. At the end are some "Curious Fragments extracted from a common-place book" ascribed to Robert Burton, which are in fact by Lamb. Regarding "Helen," Charles Lamb writes, in a letter to Coleridge: "How do you like this little epigram? It is not my writing, nor had I any finger in it. If you concur with me in thinking it very elegant and very original, I shall be tempted to name the author to you. I will just hint that it is almost or quite a first attempt." This copy owned by John Matthew Gutch (1776-1861), Lamb's contemporary, schoolfellow and lifelong friend, and proprietor of "Felix Farley's Bristol Journal", in which some Lamb writing appeared. Roff, pp. 47-52. Provenance: John Gutch (holograph transcription of Lamb's "What is an Album?" on rfep); Robert S Pirie (bookplate)

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        Commentaries on the History and Cure of Diseases.

      Printed for T. Payne, London 1802 - First edition in English. v, (1, blank), (iv), 483 pp. Contemporary half calf, marbled boards, spine repaired. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Arabian Nights. Translated by Edward Forster, with Engravings, from Pictures by Robert Smirke, R.A..

      London: Printed for William Miller, 1802, 1802. Literary classic. 5 illustrated volumes. Octavo. Original full mottled calf with 'greek key' border in gilt, marbled edges and endpapers, elegantly respined to style with ornate gilt and three black morocco title labels. With beautiful copper engraved plates. Marginal spotting to plates otherwise intenally clean; some browning/darkening of boards close to joints. A most attractive set. 'The Thousand and One Nights' (Alf Laylah Wa Laylah) or 'The Arabian Nights', as they came to be known, owes its origins to three distinct cultures and storytelling traditions: that of India, Persia and the Arab world. The Arabian Nights first appeared in its Arabic form around 850 AD and it has been considered a remarkable mystery in Classical Arabic Literature.'

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        The Washingtoniana: Containing A Sketch of the Life and Death of the Late Gen. George Washington; with a Collection of Elegant Eulogies, Orations, Poems, Etc. Also an Appendix, Comprising All His Most Valuable Public Papers, and His Last Will and Testamen

      Lancaster: William Hamilton, 1802. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Octavo. Octavo, 411 pages. With list of subscribers. Bound in contemporary 3/4 red morocco over marbled boards. Internally very clean, with light age-toning to text; red underlining to several lines on page 57; tips of boards worn through, small loss at head of spine; half inch loss to upper fore-corner of FEP. Bound without frontis. In all, a very good copy.

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        Mountain Eagle of New South Wales

      London: Cadell and Davies, 1802. Good.. Handcoloured engraving, 260 x 200 mm. After Thomas Watling, from Collins's An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales.

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        Asiatisches Magazin. Erster Band.

      1802 - Weimar, Verlage des Industrie-Comptoirs. 8vo, 554, x, folding tables, contemporary boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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

      Berlin und Hamburg : Ohne Verlag. 1802 IV; 508. Hardcover Zustand: Gut min. gebräunt, selten braunfleckig (Innen); Innenband vorne in unterer Richtung leicht angerissen; Eine Kupfertafel von A. Mackenzie und einer nachgemachten oder Originalunterschrift des Autors darunter; 1 Karte; Schnitt etwas angestaubt / fleckig; Einband Außen hat Gebrauchsspuren; Ist etwas bestoßen-berieben-abgegriffen; Buchrückenschild fehlt oder ist nicht lesbar; Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Traites de Legislation Civile et Penale, 3 Vols, 180,. First edition.

      1802. First Edition of Bentham's Theory of Legislation Bentham, Jeremy [1748-1832]. Dumont, Pierre Etienne Louis [1759-1829], Editor and Translator. Traites de Legislation Civile et Penale, Precedes de Principes Generaux de Legislation, Et d'une Vue d'un Corps Complet de Droit: Termines par un Essai sur l'Influence des Tems et des Lieux Relativement aux Lois. Paris: Chez Bossange, Masson et Besson, 1802. Three volumes. xlii, 370; xx, 434; viii, 452 pp. Each volume has half-title. Complete set. Octavo (7-3/4" x 5"). Contemporary tree sheep, rebacked in period-style speckled sheep, gilt fillets and red and black lettering pieces to spines, existing marbled endpapers retained. Light rubbing and some chips and scratched to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners lightly worn. Some toning to text, light foxing in places, internally clean. A very good copy of a scarce set. * First edition. Not published in English until the Boston 1840 American edition, Bentham's seminal work on penal reform and legislation established his reputation. The first of Bentham's works edited by Dumont, it consists partly of papers by Bentham, some of which were originally written in French and partly of a digest by Dumont of Bentham's ideas, including a memoire in French on the Panopticon. Dumont, a Swiss writer and journalist, had met Bentham at the house of Lord Shelburne in 1788. There followed an enduring relationship in which Dumont translated and edited many of Bentham's works, acting at the same time as Bentham's informal literary agent. The first British edition was published in 1864. Harrison, Bentham xvii. Muirhead, A Jeremy Bentham Collection 17.

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        Auf dreyßigjährige Erfahrung sich gründender praktischer Unterricht der ganzen Landwirthschaft zur Belehrung nicht nur für Anfänger in der Oekonomie, sondern auch für unerfahrene Landwirthe. Dritter Band: Erste bis Dritte Abteilung. 1. Die Pferdezucht: Eine durch dreyzigjährige Erfahrung geprüfte Belehrung für unerfahrene Landwirthe. 2. Die Schweinezucht nebst Unterricht vom Federvieh, in der Bierbraueren, Ziegelbrenneren, Kalt- und Schnapsbrennen. 3. Die Branteweinbrenneren.

      Leipzig. Wilhelm Rein, 1802. 3 Abteilungen in einem Band. IV, 290 S. + IV, 230 S. + IV, 218 S. gebundene Ausgabe. OPp. Buchrücken fehlt. Einbd. berieben/lichtrandig. Stempel auf Titelei. Seiten teilw. stockfleckig. Versand D: 2,20 EUR

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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 British Government.

      London: J. Debrett, 1802 - Quarto (262 × 210 mm). Rebound to style in half sheep, red morocco label, ruled compartments with gilt centre-tools, old marbled sides. Near contemporary ownership inscription of Frederick Mackenzie to the title page, engraved armorial bookplate of George Noble to the front pastedown. Noble served in the Navy during the Napoleonic wars seeing action at Copenhagen, in the West Indies, and the Adriatic. Extremely attractive and well-executed period binding, the boards a little rubbed, some browning throughout, strong in places, two of the plates with faint, unobtrusive hygroscopic tide-marks, a very good copy. Large folding plan of Valetta as frontispiece, full-page plan, 7 double-page plates (a view of Cadiz and 6 of Malta). With the half-title. First and only edition of this uncommon personal account of the operations against the French in the Mediterranean concluding with the Egyptian Expedition and the surrender at Alexandria, particularly prized for the account of Malta and views of the island after Anderson's own drawings. In June 1798 the French occupied Malta with ease, largely due to popular dissatisfaction with the rule of the Knights of St. John. A programme of radical reforms followed, including the adoption of French as the official language, but the new administration quickly antagonised the population by their revolutionary, anticlerical measures, and in September 1798 the Maltese rebelled against them and drove them back into the fort of Medina. Nelson established a blockade and landed troops to assist in the siege, which led to French evacuation of the island. In 1802 the Treaty of Amiens restored the island to the Order of St. John, but by the Treaty of Paris, 1814, it became a British possession. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 36; NMM, V, 1489; Sandler 110, defective copy.

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

      Ouvrage orné d'estampes, cartes et plans, dessinés et levés sur les lieux par Cassas, peintre et architecte, sous la direction de Née, graveur et seul éditeur de l'ouvrage. Paris, Impr. de Pierre Didot l'ainé, 1802, - in-folio gr., 2 parti in 1 volume, pp.(6), VIII (lista dei sottoscrittori), 190, (2, di errata); bella leg. moderna in m. vitello chiaro e ang., titolo in oro al dorso. Splendida rara opera, adorna di 3 testatine inc., 1 titolo a stampa con grande figura inc., 1 titolo interamente inc. a p.pagina, una grande carta geogr. su doppio foglio e 66 tavole finem. inc. su rame, alcune delle quali su doppia pag. o ripieg., raffiguranti stupende grandiose vedute dell'Istria e della Dalmazia, tra le quali alcune rimarchevoli di Trieste, considerate in assoluto tra le più belle e famose della città. Bell'esemplare "sur papier vélin" a grandi margini, immacolato. Completo delle tavole indicate ''bis'' e delle tre non citate nell'Avviso al Legatore. Cassas visitò l'Istria e la Dalmazia nel 1782, incaricato da "une societé d'amateurs de beaux arts" di eseguirvi rilievi e disegni a documentare le bellezze e le antichità della regione. Magnifico esemplare di eccezionale freschezza. D.Cremonini, L'Italia nelle vedute e carte, n.85. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mechanik des Himmels. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt und mit erläuternden Anmerkungen versehen von J. C. Burckhardt. 2 Bände.

      Berlin, F. T. La Garde, 1800-1802. - Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Einzig der vorliegende „theoretische Teil" der „Traité de mécanique céleste" (1799-1825) wurde ins Deutsche übertragen, der „praktische Teil" sowie die später erschienenen Supplemente wurden nicht mehr übersetzt. - „[.] Laplace hat man den ‚Newton Frankreichs‘ genannt. In seiner großartigen ‚Abhandlung über Himmelsmechanik‘ [.] faßte er die Theorien und Ausführungen seiner Vorgänger [.] und seines Zeitgenossen Lagrange [.] zusammen und entwickelte sie weiter [.]" (Carter/Muir, Bücher die die Welt verändern, S. 467). - Einbände etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Ein Rückenschild m. kl. Fehlstelle (Wurmspur). Alter Besitzvermerk a. Vorsatzblatt. Schwach gebräunt u. tlw. etw. stockfleckig. - Vgl. PMM 252; Horblit 63; Sparrow 125; Dibner 14; Honeyman 1920ff.; Fromm 14253; Poggendorff I, 1375; DSB XV, Suppl. I, S. 273-403; Darmstädter S. 273; nicht bei Borst. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 4°. 1 Bl., VIII, 482 S.; 1 Bl., 458 S., 2 Bll., HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. Rückenverg., je 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildern u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Beschreibung der Daisenberger‘schen Thermolampe, oder eines Sparofens, welcher alle Zimmer im ganzen Hause heitzen, und beleuchten Kann.

      Stadt am Hof (Stadtamhof), J. M. Daisenberger, 1802. 8°. Mit 2 Abbildungen auf einer mehrf. gefalt. Kupfertafel. 20 S., 2 Bll., Brosch. d. Zt. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe. - Enthält die Beschreibung eines auf Grundlage der Veröffentlichung von Lebon und Wenzler konstruierten Sparofens mit diversen technischen Verbesserungen. - Vorderdeckel m. schwacher Spur eines entf. Bibl.-Schildchens. Tlw. gering fleckig. Unaufgeschnittenes Exemplar. - Sehr selten. - Engelmann, Bibl. mech.-techn. 36 (irrig: Augsburg); nicht bei Poggendorff u. Darmstaedter. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Daisenberger, Beschreibung der Daisenberger‘schen Thermolampe, oder eines Sparofens, welcher alle Zimmer im ganzen Hause heitzen, und beleuchten Kann, Ofen, Öfen

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        System Of Familiar Philosophy: In Twelve Lectures; Being The Course Usually Read to Mr. Walker. Containing the Elements and the Practical Uses To Be Drawn From the Chemical Properties of Matter; The Principles and Application of Mechanics; Of Hydrostatics; Of Hydraulics; Of Pneumatics; Of Magnetism; Of Electricity; Of Optics; And Of Astronomy.

      Printed for the Author., London 1802 - In two volumes. Second edition, enlarged. (first published in one volume in 1799). 4to., full contemporary calf, leather spine labels, xvi, (1)-354; iv, (1), 251, (25)pp. index. With 49 folding plates. This copy has been professionally rebacked with new spines after the period, a bit of wear to the corners, some slight foxing to some plates but in fact a better than very good copy. Adam Walker [1731-1821] British author and inventor. Taken from school "almost before he could read," Walker was largely self educated. His dedication to learning earned him a reputation as a diligent student and as a result he was made an Usher at the Ledsham School and was later appointed writing master at Macclesfield. Encouraged by the success of his lectures, Walker began to tour, lecturing on natural philosophy in all the major cities. In 1778 he met Joseph Priestly who induced him to leture at the Haymarket. As a result he was engaged as a lecturer at Eton College and several other public schools. He occupied his leisure time be perfecting various mechanical inventions including; an engine for raising water; steam carriages; rotary lights for the Scilly Isles (which were installed in 1790); a mthod of thermo ventiliation lines to heat homes without means of a kitchen fire, etc. Walker published several works; the above was first published in 1799. "System of Familiar Philosophy" covers a wide range of topics; illustrating Watts new patent steam engine along with a steam engine of his own invention; and an early fire extinguisher. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage pittoresque et historique de l’Istrie et de la Dalmatie, rédigé d’après l’itinéraire de L. F. Cassas. Ouvrage orné d’Estampes, Cartes et Plans, dessinés et levés sur les lieux par Cassas, peintre et architecte, auteur et éditeur du Voyage pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phénicie, de la Palestine et de la basse Égypte, et gravés par les meilleurs artistes en ce genre, sous la direction de Née, Graveur et seul éditeur de l’ouvrage, rue des Francs-Bourgeois-S.-Michel, n° 127,

      Paris, An X.-1802 - In-folio ; faux-titre-1 titre gravé-second faux-titre-1 front. allégorique-(2)-IV [supplément à la liste des souscripteurs]-VIII [liste des souscripteurs]-190 pp.-1 f. non ch. [errata]-1 carte double h .-t. [l’Istrie et de la Dalmatie]-66 pl. h.t., plein veau havane, dos à nerfs doubles joliment orné, caissons or, palette or, titre or, dentelle or d’encadrement sur les plats, tranches marbrées, filets or sur les coupes, dentelle or sur les chasses, reliure de l’époque, très bel exemplaire. Cremonini, 85. Minischetti, p. 116. Pétrovitch, 74. Édition originale. First edition. Very scarce in good condition. very nice copy. P. S. : Exceptionnelles gravures de Louis-François Cassas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyages dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique pendant les années 1797, 1798. Traduit de l'anglais.

      Paris, Chez André, an XI-1802, - in-8vo, 390 p. + 1 feuille (errata), pt timbre ?Legat Guggisberg sur garde, ms. ?Cyprien Lefournier 1890? reliure en d.-cuir, dos noirci, charnière extérieure renforcée. Un des premières déscriptions du désert de Libye et la route de Cairo pour le Royaume de Fezzan.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Svensk Botanik. Bde. I-X (von 11), zus. 10 Bde. und 1 Einzellieferung. Mit 720 kolor. Pflanzen-Kupfertafeln (8 gefaltet).

      C. Delén und J. G. Forsgren -29. -, Stockholm 1802 - Lwd. d. Zt. (10) und 1 spät. Pp. mit mont. OBrosch. 8vo. - Erste Ausgabe des großen Tafelwerkes der schwedischen Flora, "mit seinem zuverlässigen Text und der sorgfältigen Zeichnung der Figuren doch höchst beachtlich" (Nissen S. 229). "Known as the Swedish Sowerby, this work was 'esteemed by contemporaries as an enterprise of national importance. Palmstruch's own illustrations, in the first six volumes, have been characterised as the best pictures of plants ever produced in Sweden and make this one of the most beautiful of Swedish books'. The work is usually found incomplete, as most of the stock of the eleventh volume was destroyed by fire before distribution" (De Belder). - Die letzte Lieferung von Bd. X mit den Tafeln 703-720 liegt gesondert vor. - Ohne den erst 1838 erschienenen Bd. XI mit weiteren 54 Taf., der nach de Belder in nur noch wenigen Exemplaren existiert. - Einige Tafeln etw. eng beschnitten, sehr vereinz. Wasserränder und restaur. Randläsuren. Kap. und 2 Gelenke etw. ausgebessert. Insgesamt gutes sauberes Exemplar auf besserem Papier, in diesem Umfang selten!Nissen 2223. - De Belder 264. 6000 g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Dictionnaire raisonné de Bibliologie [with]: Supplément.

      Three folding printed tables. xxix, 472 pp.; 2 p.l., 450 pp., 3 leaves of errata; x, 373 pp. Three vols. 8vo, later red half-morocco & marbled boards, t.e.g., others uncut. Paris: Villier [Vols. I & II]; A.A. Renouard [Vol. III], 1802-02-04. First edition, Vols. I & II are one of fifteen sets printed on papier vélin bleuâtre, of this work which gives, in dictionary form, information concerning the various aspects of bibliography, book production, the history of books and manuscripts, etc., etc. Although more than 150 years old, it is a most interesting reference tool, of which many articles are still useful -- if not essential -- especially those on libraries, collectors, and bibliographers. To pick at random one of many examples: where else can be found a ten-page article on the Abbé Rive, the famous 18th-century bibliographer, with a list of his publications and unpublished writings? This is a fascinating set, having belonged to the great bibliographer and bookseller A.A. Renouard, with a number of interesting items specially bound in the first volume: 1. The eight-page Prospectus for the book, printed at Vesoul. On the lower margins of the prospectus Peignot has written to Renouard asking for details of his book on Aldus as he would like to make use of the information in his work, of which volume one will shortly appear. He mentions that he had printed 1000 copies plus 15 on papier fin (this present set is one of them), of which 8 are spoken for, but if Renouard would like one or two copies, Peignot must know. 2. A.L.s (3 pp.) addressed to Renouard in Paris, dated from Naples 16 July 1811, written by one Duyrat de Boisset [? possibly from Nîmes, where there was a bookseller of that name] about the detailed organization and the personnel involved in the unrolling and decipherment of the Herculaneum papyri. 3. Translation (6pp., possibly in Renouard's hand) of the notice on the library of St. Mark's extracted "de l'appendice italien à la traduction du Spectateur de M. Maltebrun. No. IV" because "la notice de M. G. Peignot sur la Bibliothèque de S. Marc dans son Dictionnaire bibliologique ayant été trouvée insuffisante, on a jugé à propos de publier celle-ci." This is a reference to Le Spectateur ou variétés historiques, littéraires, a short-lived periodical edited by Conrad de Malte-Brun which was published 1815-16. 4. A.L. s (4 pp.) from Peignot to Renouard dated from Vesoul 18 January 1808: Peignot is sending some books and an engraving plus two sheets of Dict. des Brulés. "You had asked me for three, but the 8th [sheet] of Vol. 2 I simply do not have. I have included in the same little packet a copy of the edition of Meibomius in translation, which one day will be rare, because the police at Besançon have had the whole edition seized, and I am assured that not even 20 copies escaped. For myself I have 6 copies, which the printer had given me before the catastrophe*. I include also 'les pensées de Shakespeare par Nodier...I received from Besançon Les apothéoses et imprecations de Pythagore, also by Nodier." "C'est un in 4o imprimé en capitales, style nombre de 17 exemplaires, avec le nom du souscripteur auquel l'exemplaire est destiné**. He mentions the forthcoming sale of the library of one M. Duzier, very rich in books on the Franche-Comté and discusses a shortfall in delivery of "la petite collection des stereotypes papier velin...J'ai fais cartonner à dos de maroquin et à toutes marges l'exemplaire [of Lucan] que vous m'avez envoyé, ainsi que le Cicéron, et la bible de Mortier." Peignot asks for other books to be delivered to an address in Vesoul. He also asks about the prospectus already sent and discusses his account of travel literature and attendant bibliography. He mentions his financial state. *This is the edition of the French translation of Johann Heinrich Meibom's (1590-1655), De l'Utilité de la Flagellation dans la Medicine et dans les Plaisirs du Marriage, published with the fictitious imprint "Londres 1801," but actually printed at Besançon where it attained some notoriety which led to its suppression. **Les apothéoses et imprecations de Pythagore was published by Charles Nodier with the imprint "A Crotone," but again published in Besançon in 1808. 5. Copy of a letter from Renouard to Peignot on the subject of his work on Latin writers which he counsels to have printed at Dijon rather than Paris "where you can keep an eye on everything and where the printing shops are superior to those of Vesoul or Besançon." 6. "Copie d'une lettre écrite" [by Renouard] "à M. Peignot le 23 floréal ou 12-15 mai 1804" (7 pp.) containing a detailed examination and criticism of entries in Peignot's Essai de curiosités bibliographiques (Paris: A.A. Renouard, 1804). The letter ends "Voici les observations que m'a suggerées un examen rapide, comme ells sont uniquement pour vous j'ai cru pouvoir les écrire à la hâte...". Provenance: A.A. Renouard (1765-1853) and A.R.A. Hobson. Fine set. ❧ N.B.G., Vol. 39, col. 462-"ce recueil, important et utile, fruit de douze années de travail." .

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        Die Akustik. Neue, unveränderte Ausgabe. Leipzig, Breitkopf und Härtel 1830. 4°. 1 Bl., XXVI, 242 S., mit 1 lithogr. Porträt auf dem Titel und 11 Kupfertafeln, etw. spät. Hldr. mit Blindpräg. u. Rsch.

      - Riemann 216 - vgl. MGG II, 1216, PMM 233, Sparrow, Milestones of Science 38, Eitner II, 429, DSB III, 259 (alle EA. v. 1802).- Zweite Ausgabe.- Mit seinem Lehrbuch, das erstmals 1802 erschien, wurde Chladni zum Schöpfer der experimentellen Akustik. Besonders bekannt geworden ist er durch seine darin beschriebenen Klangfiguren. "In Chladni prägt sich zum erstenmal der Akustiker aus, der gleich dem Ton-Ingenieur unserer Tage den musikalischen Problemen besonders aufgeschlossen war" (MGG).- Entgegen der Angabe auf dem Titel mit 11 Tafeln vollständig.- Aus der Bibliothek des Dirigenten und Komponisten Max Erdmannsdörfer mit Schenkunswidmung am Vorsatz.- Titel u. Widmung mit kl. hs (tls. getilgter) Num., etw. gebräunt, tls. stockfleckig.# Second unchanged edition of the fundamental work for the experimental treatment of acoustics. "A general acoustics text containing very complete historical material" (DSB III, 259).- Some browning and some foxing.

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        Svenskt musikaliskt lexikon, efter grekiska, latinska, italienska och franska språken [A Swedish musical dictionary .].

      1802 - Stockholm, C. F. Marquard, 1802. 8:o. (6),XIV,346,(14) pp. & 15 folded engraved plates with musical notes, numbered I-XIII, XIV a-b on 14 leaves.Magnificent contemporary tree calf with richly gilt spine, tan label and yellow edges. Covers decorated with narrow gilt border. Bookbinder's ticket of Carl C. Askelund, Stockholm, although almost entirely blackened. Occasional minor spotting. Bookplate.With a list of subscribers. The first Swedish music dictionary of technical terms is mainly based on Rousseau's "Dictionnaire de musique". Carl Christopher Askelund (1759-1842) was the son of Jöns Håkansson Askelund who was a bookbinder in Eksjö. However, Carl learned the profession from his stepfather Henrik Hillgren and after several applications he was allowed to do his examination for the master craftman's diploma at the Caloander workshop in Stockholm in 1794. He was adopted into the bookbinder's guild there in 1796. Askelund held the title "bankobokbindare", possibly because he had commissions from the Swedish Central Bank. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        General Karte von einem Theil des Russischen Reichs in Gouvernement's und Kreise eingetheilet, worauf die Post- und andere Hauptstrassen angezeigt sind bey Sr. Russisch Kayserlichen Majestaet Karten Depot im Jahre 1799 entworffen und gestochen. [folded map on linen] Aus dem russischen übersetzt, die Gouvernements Grentzen nach den Kayserlichen Ukasen vom October 1801 u: Mertz 1802 u: abgeändert, die Schiffbarkeit der Flüsse und ihre Vereinigungs Canäle zwischen den Weissen, Baltischen, Schwartzen, und Caspischen Meeren mittelst verschiedener Farben angegeben den Theil von Preussen nach den neuern Vermessungen berichtigt und mit mehreren Nachträgen versehen herausgegeben im Jahre 1802 von D.G. Reymann.

      D.G. Reymann, Berlin 1802 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline when published. In excellent condition. Mounted in linen in four sheets, as published. Original card board slipcase.

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        Aphorismen über die Kunst. Als Einleitung zu Aphorismen über Organonomie, Physik, Psychologie und Anthropologie.

      bei Lassaulx, Koblenz 1802 - Jahr X. (1802). Gr-8°. XII S., 240 S., (1) Bl. Schwarzer Halbmaroquinband mit Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe (Goedeke VI,204,5) – Titel etwas fleckig, alter Name a.d. unteren Titelrand, zwischen S.161 und 194 leichter Feuchtfleck im Außenrand. Auf unterschiedlichem, teils bräunlichem, teils bläulichem Papier. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe von einem der wichtigsten philosophischen Werke des jungen Görres, erschienen in dem Verlag seines Schwagers Lassaulx. Wie aus einem Hinweis zur Titelauflage von 1804 („An XII“) hervorgeht, hatten „ungünstige Umstände“ den Vertrieb des Buches „fast völlig verhindert“. Bei der Titelauflage wurde den originalen, nicht zur Verwendung gekommenen Druckbogen lediglich ein neues Titelblatt vorgehängt. Nach der Ernüchterung in Folge seines Besuchs in Paris 1799 im Auftrag der Republikaner des Rhein-Mosel-Departements sind die Aphorismen über die Kunst der erste gedruckte Beleg für GÖRRES‘ Abkehr von der Idee der politischen Revolution hin zu der Gedankenwelt der Romantiker, „die ihm die von der Französischen Revolution uneingelöst gebliebene geistige und moralische Erneuerung zu verheißen“ (K.Günzel, Die deutschen Romantiker, S.99) schien. Ausgehend von SCHEL-LINGs Identitätsphilosophie übertrug GÖRRES Ideen des „neuen Idealismus auf die neuere Ästhetik“, wie es die Göttingischen gelehrten Anzeigen in einer Rezension (1805) formulierten. Noch während seines Rückzugs ins Private als Lehrer in Koblenz verfasst und vor dem Umzug nach Heidelberg, der seinen Eintritt „ins Lager der Romantiker“ auch räumlich-physisch Ausdruck gab, wurde diese Schrift schon von den Gegnern der jungen Bewegung als Teil dieser wahrgenommen. So finden sich in der antiromantischen Satire Comoedia divina (1808) zahlreiche aus den Aphorismen für die Kunst gezogene Stellen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ornithologisches Taschenbuch von und für Deutschland oder kurze Beschreibung aller Vögel Deutschlands für Liebhaber dieses Theils der Naturgeschichte. Erster Theil [welcher die Landvögel enthält]. Zweyter Theil [welcher die Wasservögel enthält]. [Dritter Theil, welcher Zusätze und Verbesserungen zu dem 1sten und 2ten Theile und die Abbildungen der Gattungs-Kennzeichen der Vögel enthält].

      Richter [Tl. III Gleditsch], Leipzig 1802 - 3 Teile in einem Band. Leipzig, Richter [Tl. III Gleditsch] 1802-03 [-12]. 15 x 10 cm. [2] Bl., XIV S., [1] Bl., S. [XV] - XXXIV, 250 S.; [1] Bl., S. 253 - 462, 462a), 462b), [463] - 550; IV S., S. [551] - 612, [1] Bl. Mit insgesamt 46 teils mehrfach gefalteten Kupferstichen ([19], [20], VII). Zeitgenössisches Halbleder mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Rücken erneuert. Papier etwas gebräunt und teils etwas fleckig. Zwischentitel teils verbunden. Die S. (V)- XIV der Vorrede faksimiliert bei. Die großen Faltkupfer der Ergänzungsteils mit hinterlegten Rissen. Ohne das Titelblatt zum dritten Teil, der hier (wie intendiert) als Anhang verstanden und beigebunden wurde. Nissen, C. Illustrierte Vogelbücher 81. Erste Ausgabe mit 1802 datiertem Haupt- und Reihentitel. Der zweite Teil mit Haupt- und Reihentitel 1803. Mit der ca. 10 Jahre später erschienenen seltenen Text- und Kupferstichnachlieferung (S. 551-612), betitelt "Zweyter Anhang", oder auch "Dritter Theil". Entgegen der Angaben auf den Titelblättern liegen sämtliche Kupferstiche hier in unkolorierten Abdrücken vor. Vor allem der mit 7 Faltkupfern bestückte Anhang ist selten und zuletzt 2001 im Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise verzeichnet. Rücken erneuert. Papier etwas gebräunt und teils etwas fleckig. Zwischentitel teils verbunden. Die S. (V)- XIV der Vorrede faksimiliert bei. Die großen Faltkupfer der Ergänzungsteils mit hinterlegten Rissen. Ohne das Titelblatt zum dritten Teil, der hier (wie intendiert) als Anhang verstanden und beigebunden wurde. Zeitgenössisches Halbleder mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KUFSTEIN. "Vue de la forteresse de Kufstein en Tirol. Prise de l'Occident". Große Gesamtansicht mit dem Inn links.

      - Kupferstich von Zancon nach Troux bei Marchioretto, dat. 1802, 38,5 x 50,5 cm. Nebehay-Wagner 391, 1 (gehört nicht zu der Folge "Große Ansichten von Tirol"). - Sehr dekorative, seltene Ansicht in guter Erhaltung!

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

      - London, printed for the author and for F. and C. Rivington, 1802-1808. 5 volumes. 8vo (235 x 142mm). With 120 beautifully hand-coloured engraved plates and explanatory text. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt decorated spines with gilt lettering. First edition of one of the finest works on fishes. " . the paint is laid on so thickly that it is frequently impossible to see the engraved lines underneath. The already rich colouring is heightened by the addition of burnished highlights, albumen overglazes and metallic paints to give an overall effect reminiscent of the work of a miniaturist. Surprisingly, these techniques were often combined to produce a very pleasing and delicate effect: the multiple ruses of the colourist triumph over the draughtsman's numerous failures. Donovan overreached himself and died penniless ." (Dance, Art of natural History p. 87).Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was a Anglo-Irish naturalist and the author of a number of important natural history works which stand out for their perfection of execution. Best known are probably his publications of the insects of China and India. He was a Fellow of the Linnaean Society and the Wernerian Natural History Society. The title-page to the last volume has not been bound in. A nice uniformly bound set.Nissen ZBI, 1141; Dean I, 330. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Delle istituzioni diplomatiche.

      dalla Stamperia e Fonderia al Genio Tipografico,, Milano, 1802 - 2 volumi in-4° (cm. 24), eleganti legature coeve in p. pelle maculata con titolo e fregi floreali in oro ai dorsi, tagli rossi, risguardi marmorizzati; pp. [2] XXIX [1] 459, IX [1] 516 in perfetto stato con 8 tavole calcografiche ripiegate f.t. in fine, testatine in rame (Aspar) e fregio ai frontespizi. Edizione originale dell'opera «forse più importante del Fumagalli» [Hoepli 695]. Testo reputatissimo per lo studio delle istituzioni medioevali (con ampie dissertazioni intorno a quelle barbare e longobarde, assai trascurate fino a quel tempo) e delle diverse discipline ausiliarie della storia (cronologia, sfragistica, paleografia). Rappresentò il primo repertorio del genere destinato agli studiosi italiani e ancora oggi sopravvive come fondamento sussidiario nelle scuole di paleografia e diplomatica. Cfr. Brunet VI, 30193. Superbo esemplare.

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        Johannes Karasek, genannt Prager Hansel oder Böhmischer Hansel (Smichow 10. 09. 1764 - 14. 09. 1809 Dresden). Räuberhauptmann, berühmt-berüchtigt, der sich der Obrigkeit widersetzte und Nordböhmen und die südliche Lausitz verunsicherte. Es erging 1800 ein Todesurteil, das später in lebenslange Haft gewandelt wurde. Sehr seltenes Ganzportrait mit Fußfessel des Anführers der berühmten Lausitzbande, " Johann Karraseck gebürtig aus Schmichow bey Prag alt 38 Jahr".

      - ankol. Radierung (Kaltnadel), um 1802, 21,6 x 14,6 (H) Blattgr. 33,2 x 21,1 cm Sehr schön erhaltenes Blatt der anonymen, zeitgenössischen Kaltnadelradierung mit der gerissenen Schrift unter der Darstellung. Breitrandig und gut erhalten. Verso mit zwei Sammlerstempeln. WZ.: DRESDEN.

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

      London, printed for the author and for F. and C. Rivington, 1802-1808. 5 volumes. 8vo (235 x 142mm). With 120 beautifully hand-coloured engraved plates and explanatory text. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt decorated spines with gilt lettering. First edition of one of the finest works on fishes. " ... the paint is laid on so thickly that it is frequently impossible to see the engraved lines underneath. The already rich colouring is heightened by the addition of burnished highlights, albumen overglazes and metallic paints to give an overall effect reminiscent of the work of a miniaturist. Surprisingly, these techniques were often combined to produce a very pleasing and delicate effect: the multiple ruses of the colourist triumph over the draughtsman's numerous failures. Donovan overreached himself and died penniless ..." (Dance, Art of natural History p. 87). /Edward Donovan (1768-1837) was a Anglo-Irish naturalist and the author of a number of important natural history works which stand out for their perfection of execution. Best known are probably his publications of the insects of China and India. He was a Fellow of the Linnaean Society and the Wernerian Natural History Society. The title-page to the last volume has not been bound in. A nice uniformly bound set.//Nissen ZBI, 1141; Dean I, 330.

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        Alex Bisani's Briefe über merkwürdige Oerter und Gegenden in Europa, Asien und Africa. Geschrieben auf seinen dahin gemachten Reisen in den Jahren 1788 und 1789.

      Prag, J. G. Calve, 1802. - Aus dem Französischen. Dunkler Pappeinband der Zeit, Klein-8°, 305 Seiten, Einband berieben, Seiten zum Teil leicht fleckig, die letzten 15 Seiten mit Wurmfraß im inneren, unbedruckten Randbereich (ca. 1 cm), insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. Rar.

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        An enquiry into the nature and effects of the paper credit of Great Britain. By Henry Thornton, Esq. M. P.

      London: Printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to the Queen (Opposite York House) Piccadilly; and Messrs. F. and C. Rivington, St. Paul's Church yard, 1802 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A.].- // 4º, (210x130mm.); XII, [13]-320 p.- sign.: A4, B-D8, E2, F-X8.- // Encuadernación de época en media piel con puntas; lomo decorado con filetes dorados y tejuelo; conserva portadilla. Espléndida copia, limpia, sin oxidaciones ni humedades. Cofia perdida; charnela inferior un poco suelta por el interior con la primera hoja de guarda medio suelta; puntas ligeramente rozadas.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Contable, banquero, filántropo, abolicionista y, desde 1782, diputado, Henry Thornton es reconocido como uno de los padres del análisis monetario debido precisamente a esta investigación sobre la naturaleza y efectos del "crédito en papel" en Gran Bretaña, siendo, para Schumpeter, el autor más importante de la época clásica en la materia. Profundamente religioso, fue uno de los promotores de las actuaciones filantrópicas y expansivas de la iglesia evangélica, siendo uno de los fundadores (y tesorero) de la British and Foreign Bible Society que tanto habría de apoyar las iniciativas abolicionistas que el propio Thornton, junto a William Wilberforce (1759-1833), persiguió con ahinco con todo tipo de inciativas desde, al menos 1787. De su carácter da buena idea el que, cuando heredó la fortuna de su padre, Thornton destinó anualmente a obras filantrópicas nada menos que seis séptimas partes de sus ingresos totales. Desde poco antes de la WW2, tras pasar más de cien años oscurecido por la fama de David Ricardo y John Stuart Mill, comenzó a reconocerse la importancia de las ideas de Thornton, en gran medida por el reconocimiento tributado por Hayek, por sus sólidas argumentaciones contra las políticas de deflación, sus explicaciones sobre los mecanismos que regulan el funcionamiento del dinero, el comercio exterior y la determinación de los tipos de cambio, y como el padre de la denominada "teoría de la paridad del poder de compra" Puede que Jean Baptiste Say fuera el único que, anteriormente, reconociese sin ambages a Thornton, por el valor de sus argumentaciones al tratar las consecuencias de que un banco haga al gobierno anticipaciones contínuas y a largo plazo: la bancarrota.- // Refs.: Recogido en Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature, 6/1735/18526 y 6/1737/18529.24. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Georg Andreas Will?s Nürnbergisches Gelehrten-Lexicon oder Beschreibung aller Nürnbergischen Gelehrten beyderley Geschlechts nach Ihrem Leben, Verdiensten und Schriften, zur Erweiterung der gelehrten Geschichtskunde und Verbesserung vieler darinnen vorgefallenen Fehler aus den besten Quellen in alphabetischer Ordnung fortgesetzet.

      beym Herausgeber und in Commission bey Lechner, Nürnberg (Bd. 1) bzw. Besson, Leipzig (Bde. 2 und 3) 1802-1808,, Altdorf, - Fünfter (bis Achter) Theil oder erster (bis vierter) Supplementband. 4 Bände. Halbpergamentbde. der Zeit mit handgefertigten Überzugspapieren und handschriftl. Rückentiteln, umseitiger Rotschnitt - gute, fast fleckenfreie Exemplare mit geringen Bereibungen, größere Fehlstelle am hint. Einbanddeckel von Band 1 sauber hinterlegt - Spiegel mit handschriftl. Besitzvermerk von Johann Georg Christoph Schnizlein [Doktor der Theologie und Philosophie, Consistorialrat, Dechant und Pfarrer in Weimersheim bei Eichstätt]; dieser ist auch im Subskribentenverzeichnis vermerkt - die ersten vier Bände des Willschen Lexikons erschienen bereits von 1755 - 1758 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Voyages from Montreal, on the River St. Laurence: through the Continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the Years 1789 and 1793

      London: T. Cadell. Good. 1802. Second English Edition. Hardcover. A set of the second English edition of Mackenzie's voyages. Original three-quarter leather over marbled paper boards, with much rubbing of edges and board faces and bumped corners. The spine leather shows a few old pinhole bores. Bright gilt and green title labels on spine. Bindings tight, soil on edges, and foxing and some soil on pages. On the first blank endpaper in Volume I are notes about the maps and an old inscription. No maps are present in these volumes. The half title page is missing Volume 1, and the frontis portrait has offset onto the title page. Predating the Lewis and Clark expedition, Mackenzie's explorations provided invaluable information on the tribes, geography and fur trade of Western North America. Wagner-Camp 1: 2, Howes M 133, Sabin 43414. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall .

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        Législation Primitive, considérée dans les derniers temps par les seules lumières de la Raison, suivie de plusieurs traités et discours politiques.

      chez Le Clère, Paris 1802 - 3 tomes in-8 de (4)-352 pp. ; (4)-408 pp. ; (4)-412 pp., demi-veau vert, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (relié vers 1840). Edition originale de la Législation primitive. Traité majeur du vicomte de Bonald qui développe les idées de son premier ouvrage, Théorie du pouvoir politique et religieux dans la société civile, publié en exil à Constance, où il se posait en défenseur du catholicisme et des principes monarchiques. Petit accident à une coiffe. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Philadelphia: Printed for The Editor & Elizabeth Dickens, 1802. Quarto (32cm); printed wrappers, disbound, but untrimmed; pp.[169]-176. Text is toned (though not brittle), mild wear to extremities, with scattered foxing; Very Good+. Important issue of this Federalist newspaper, published by Joseph Dennie and Philadelphia bookseller Asbury Dickens. Notable for the inclusion of 'The Wolf King; or Little Red Riding Hood,' a decidedly grotesque version of the traditional Little Red Riding Hood story told in 26 stanzas. First published in Terror Tales (London: W.Bulmer & Co., 1801) and once attributed to M.G. Lewis, the publication in The Port Folio marks its first appearance in the United States. In comparison to the Brothers Grimm version of 1812, this version lacks the redemptive appearance of the huntsman, and ends with Little Red Riding Hood meeting a gruesome end at the hands of the wolf. "His hungry teeth the wolf king gnash'd, His sparkling eyes with fury flash'd, He'd op'd his jaws all sprent with blood, And fell on small red riding hood. / He tore out bowels one and two, "Little maid, I will eat you!" But when he tore out three and four, The little maid she was no more!" Not the first appearance of Little Red Riding Hood in the United States (OCLC notes three pre-1802 American editions of the traditional version based on Perrault, along with two others), though certainly the first appearance of this particular iteration. Additionally, this issue contains obituaries for Martha Washington and Sarah Jay (wife of John Jay). Uncommon.

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        The Journal of Frederick Horneman's Travels, from Cairo to Mourzouk, the Capital of the Kingdom of Fezzan, in Africa, in the Years 1797-8.

      London, Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for G. and W. Nicol 1802 - London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for G. and W. Nicol, 1802 First Edition. [xxvi], (1), 195 pp. 4to Ð 27.2 cm. Early 20th-century brown tree-calf, gilt ruling and lettering on spine. Attractive armoral bookplate of John Wheler inside front cover along with small bookplate of Peter Isaac, Elegant bookplate of Sir Trevor Wheler inside rear cover. Signature of John Wheler on title page. 2 partially coloured engraved fold-out maps by James Rennell. Originally published in German in 1801, this is the first UK Edition Ñ complete and in near fine condition. Scarce. The accounts of Horneman (1772-1800), "the first European in modern times to traverse the north-eastern Sahara" (Britannica). He originally set out from Cairo to explore the Niger and locate its source on behalf of the African Association in London. The journey was supported by The Society instituted for the purpose of promoting discovery of the interior parts of Africa. Howgego I H100; Ibrahim-Hilmy I 309. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chet Ross Rare Books, ABAA]
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        An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales


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        Wallis's tour through England and Wales, a new geographical pastime

      John Wallis, London 1802 - 17.6 x x 19.75 inch folding game board. Linen mounted, engraved by A. McIntyre (Edinburgh). Game rules in letterpress columns, left and right. Folds into duodecimo size marble board case with engraved label. A few stains and ink marks, case worn at joints. A game played with counters and either dice or a teetotum.

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        Byblis, A Tragedy.

      2 p.l., 67 pp. Small 4to, orig. wrappers (a bit of foxing). London: [Privately] Printed by W. Bulmer, 1802. First edition, presentation copy, inscribed on the upper wrapper "For Lady Mount Cashell at the Aquila Nera" in what is quite certainly the hand of the author. The "Aquila Nera" in the inscription is very probably the same inn at Livorno where the Shelley family stayed for a week -- arriving on the 17th of June 1819 -- while searching for a villa. The inn seems to be have a favorite stop for English travellers while travelling in Tuscany. We know that Drummond and Lady Mount Cashell were both in Italy in the second half of 1802, close to Livorno. Drummond (1770?-1828), Scottish diplomat, classical scholar, and M.P., was very influential in the development of the ideas of the Shelley. Drummond's researches into comparative mythology and, especially, his sceptical opinions on the Bible influenced a generation of free thinkers, including Shelley. Drummond's Academical Questions (1805), a manifesto for immaterialism, convinced Shelley to abandon his French materialist philosophical beliefs. Lady Mount Cashell (1773-1835), born Margaret King, had Mary Wollstonecraft as her tutor, who inculcated republican sympathies in her student. Later, Lady Mount Cashell became an intimate friend of Mary Shelley, the daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft, and her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley. While travelling in Europe, Lady Mount Cashell met George William Tighe, an Irishman, and they fell madly in love. She left her husband and children in 1803, travelled in Italy with Tighe -- calling herself "Mrs. Mason," taking the name from Mary Wollstonecraft's Original Stories from Real Life. Claire Clairmont remembered her as to have studied medicine in Jena dressed as a man. Tighe and "Mrs. Mason" finally settled in Pisa and received the Shelleys, introducing them to the intellectual and social world of their adopted city. This copy bears authorial changes: on page 35, one line of text has been completely erased. On page 40, Drummond has made three corrections. Fine copy in original state. Rare. Preserved in a box. .

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      London: T. Bensley, 1802. viii,viii,[5]-446,60,24,[8]pp. plus 123 plates. Thick quarto. Contemporary paneled calf, gilt, a.e.g. Corners lightly worn, boards rubbed. Bookplate on front pastedown. Very minor foxing. Very good. Third edition, revised and generally considered the best edition, of this important furniture-making treatise, with a full complement of engraved plates as well as the Appendix and Accompaniment. "... in 1791 his masterpiece, THE CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER'S DRAWING- BOOK, began to be published by subscription in fortnightly sections (forty-two in all), priced 1s. A slightly larger second edition appeared in 1794 and a third with some small amendments in 1802. A German version was translated by G. T. Wenzel and published in Leipzig. It was intended for practising members of the trade, and addressed 'to Cabinet-Makers and Upholsterers in General'. The 717 subscribers were almost entirely established furniture makers, in contrast to those of Thomas Chippendale's GENTLEMAN AND CABINET MAKER'S DIRECTOR (1754, 1755, and 1762) which had included members of aristocracy and gentry. Sheraton's intention (inspired perhaps by his Nonconformist background) was to improve the work of uneducated artisans by teaching them proportion and perspective drawing, since previous manuals had been deficient in this. He firmly believed in the immutable laws of 'Geometry and real Science' and wished to show how these could be applied to the ephemeral nature of taste particularly in furniture design. In his own words his intention was to make the Drawing Book 'as permanently useful as I could and to unite with usefulness the taste of the times' (Sheraton, Drawing Book, 1802 edn, 355)" - DNB. In fact the third edition contains more than "small amendments", and has always been considered the most desirable. DNB (online).

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        Charte der Laender am Caucasus nach den besten vorhandenen Charten, Reisen, und astronomischen Ortsbestimmungen gezeichnet von I.C.M. Reinecke. Weimar im Verlage der Industrie Comptoirs. 1802.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johann Matthias Christoph Reinecke b. Verlag des Landes Industrie Comptoir in Weimar, dat. 1802, 44 x 55,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapmakers S. 533. - Reinecke (1768-1818) war Kartograph in Halberstadt und Coburg. - Zeigt den Kaukasus zwischen Russland und Georgien und zwischen Schwarzem und dem Kaspischem Meer. - Am linken Rand Titelkartusche.

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