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        Musen-Almanach, für das Jahr 1802.

      Tübingen: in der Cotta'schen Buchhandlung 12mo (16cm; 6.25"). vi, 293, [1] pp.. 1802 Poetry, including lyric poetry by the two editors and such others as "Inhumanus," "Sophie B[ernhardi]," "Bonaventura," "Mnioch," and "Novalis." Bonaventura was the pseudonym of Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Novalis the pseudonym of Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg; the latter's two poems were from his as then unpublished novel, Heinrich von Ofterdingen. This is => the first issue of Schlegel & Tieck's literary annual, patterned on the original Musen-Almanach (1796?-1800) of Schiller, to which both were contributors. They broke with Schiller's adherence to the "old" and championed Romanticism in their publication. => All of the poems are early entrants in the German Romantic movement. Besides being the title of both those annuals, "Musen-Almanach" is a long-established genre term for these literary annuals published in Germany from ca. 1770 to the middle of the 19th century. Original publisher's wrappers with printed paper spine label, grey-green outside, light blue inside; dust-soiled with spine darkest. Uncut and partially unopened, with occasional light foxing (only). A very good copy.

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        Travels in Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark.

      London, T. Cadell, jun., and W. Davies, 1802. 5 Bände - The fifth edition. XV (1), 404 S. mit 3 gest. Ansichten und 3 gefalt. Karten bzw. Plänen / 5 nn. S. 374 S. mit 5 Kupfertafeln (1 zusätzlich) und 1 gest. Faltplan von St. Peterburg / 4 nn. S., 404 S. mit 1 gest. Tafel und 3 gest. Karten, davon 2 gefalt. / 4 nn. S., 367 S. mit 4 gest. Ansichten auf Tafeln, 3 Karten, 1 gefalt. Tabelle, 1 gefalt. genealog. Tafel / 4 nn. S., 283 (1), 28 nn. S. (Index) mit 5 gest. Karten und Plänen und 1 gefalt. genealog. Tafel. 8°, Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgpr. RTitel und reichhalt. vergold. Dekor auf den Deckeln Einbände etw. bestossen, Deckel berieben, Rücken erneuert, Stempel auf Titel verso und letzter S., in Bd. 1 fehlt das \"Specimen of Russian print\"; nur wenig fleckig, im Schnitt etw. stärker. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        VOYAGE A LA LOUISIANE, ET SUR LE CONTINENT DE L'AMÉRIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE, FAIT DANS LES ANNÉES 1794 A 1798; CONTENANT UN TABLEAU HISTORIQUE DE LA LOUISIANE

      Paris, 1802. Half title. Contemporary three-quarter calf and boards, black gilt morocco label. Front hinge slightly cracked, spine with minute worming. Internally bright and clean. Near fine. One of the classic early views of Louisiana at the beginning of the 19th century. It has been suggested that this work was written when it was first thought that Louisiana would be returned to France, in an effort to demonstrate its importance as a colony. While less a work of personal observation than a collection of contemporary data and reports, the text includes some discussion of Texas, the resident Indian tribes and their languages, accounts of slavery and colonial administration, etc.

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        Friedrich Hohe(1802-1870). Die Osteria, nach Peter von Hess, Litho

      - Friedrich Hohe (1802 Bayreuth-München 1870). Die Osteria, nach Peter von Hess (1792 Düsseldorf – München 1871). 1828 . Lithographie auf Papier. -- Beschreibung: -- Lithographie auf Papier. Unterhalb der Darstellung bezeichnet: "Gemalt von Peter Hess." und "Gezeichnet von Friedrich Hohe" und "Die Osteria. Das Original von derselben Grösse gehört dem Herrn C. A. von Vogel auf Ascholding in München. Zu haben bei Ioh. Velten in Carlsruhe 1828.". -- Größe/Size: -- Papier: 55,1 x 69 cm. -- Zustand: -- Insgesamt guter Zustand, im weißen Rand mit kleineren restaurierten Einrissen. -- Weitere Beschreibung: -- Die von Peter von Hess hier darstellte Osteria wird es so wohl nie gegeben haben. Sie ist ein vollkommenes Idealbild, das sich mehr nach dem Wunsch als nach der Wirklichkeit richtet. Italien erscheint hier so, wie es sich das Publikum in Deutschland erträumte: rustikal, herzlich, einfach und ehrlich. Der Text über dem Torbogen bringt dies auf den Punkt: „Guter Wein, wunderbare Küche". Mehr braucht man nicht zu wissen. Hess komponiert sein Gemälde daher auch aus verschiedensten Versatzstücken, die sich zwar zusammenfügen, aber dennoch ihren Fragmentcharakter beibehalten, ganz so wie die einzelnen architektonischen Elemente, aus denen das Haus zusammengefügt ist. Entscheidend ist, dass möglichst viele Teile jenen Idealcharakter des italienischen Lebens repräsentieren. So gestellt dieses Bühnenstück also auch wirken mag: gerade dies ist die Intention des Bildes. Es hätte seinen Sinn verfehlt, wenn es in einer Realitätswiedergabe aufgehen würde. Gerade diese Idee macht das Bild so spannend in einer Zeit, in der sich das Bürgertum stark emanzipiert und seinen eigenen Idealvorstellungen Ausdruck verschafft.

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        Iris Pallida

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

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        NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA WITH AN APPENDIX

      H. Sprague, Boston 1802 - A 20th century rebind in half-morocco over brown cloth; spine with raised bands and gilt titiling. This copy with the frontispiece which has been trimmed around the edges, and is mounted on a new leaf, and with the folding map of Virginia as issued, as well as all charts, in text and folding, as issued. Previous owner foil monogram stamp attrached to the rear pastedown. Near Fine binding. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Schriften. Erster und Zweiter Teil. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Schlegel und Ludwig Tieck.

      Berlin. Buchhandlung der Realschule, 1802. - 2, kl.8°. 16,0 x 10,0 cm. 1 Bl., XII, 338 S.,/. Seiten, Goedeke VI, 51, 4. In gutem Zustand. die Lederrücken etwas berieben, die Lederecken bestoßen, die Kopfschnitte leicht angestaubt, jeweils Name auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz, die Vorsätze in den Rändern etwas leimschattig, die Buchblöcke nur in den Rändern teils leicht braunfleckig, insgesamt schönes Exemplar der höchst seltenen Ausgabe in reizenden Einbänden. Erste Ausgabe eines der wichtigsten Bücher der deutschen Romantik, dessen bekannte Seltenheit sich dadurch erklären läßt, daß zu der Zeit weder der Dichter selbst, der schon tot war, noch die beiden Herausgeber bekannt genug waren, um eine große Auflage des Buches zu rechtfertigen. Es enthält "Heinrich von Ofterdingen", in dem sein vollständiges Programm der romantischen Schule hervortritt. Einige der anmutigsten weltlichen Lieder von Novalis sind in diesem Romanfragment enthalten, so das Bergmannslied (S.151), Lob des Weines (S. 222)., Seitenzahlen des 2. Bandes: (1) Bl., XII, 552 S., Halbleder der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern und reicher Rückenvergoldung, Dreiseitenrotschnitt, Hardcover in Halbleder, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        View of London, with the Improvement of its Port

      London: William Daniell, 1802. Hand-coloured aquatint, painted and engraved by Daniell, with black ink-ruled border to the image and grey/green wash border, on card. (Occasional marginal soiling to border). A wonderful and very rare image of London: separately issued in an effort to publicize George Dance's scheme for the redevelopment of the heart of London This imaginary view is of the Thames looking east from a vantage point somewhere above present-day Southwark Bridge: it shows what this artery through the greatest city in the world would have looked like if George Dance's suggestions had been adopted. His scheme, presented by him in his capacity as surveyor to the City of London, retained a number of the existing landmarks, but called for the creation of a number of others: the most obvious features are the white column of Sir Christopher Wren's Monument to the 1666 Great Fire of London (in the left foreground), in the middle of the mid-ground the white walls of the Tower of London and in the centre foreground the revolutionary double-bridge replacement for London Bridge. The sub-title describes Dance's suggested improvements, noting that this view was "submited to the Select Comittee of the Honourable House of Commons, by Mr. Dance, exhibiting the proposed Double Bridge intended for the passage of Ships, by the alternate elevation of a draw bridge in either of the two bridges, whilst an uninterrupted way over the other is afforded at all times for carriages and foot-passengers, without impeding the navigation, and without the necessity of such elevated arches as the height of Ships' masts require - also the proposed Embankment and enlargement of the Legal Quays, and the new Custom-house in the centre of a line of Warehouses extending to the Tower, to and from which goods would be conveyed by carts on the level of the area round the Monument, without encumbering the quays - the Monument, that noble column, created by the immortal Sir Christopher Wren, is seen in the focus of an extensive amphitheatrical area on the north side of the Thames, and the proposed Naval Trophy in the centre of a semicircular range of buildings on the south side of the river. Painted & Engraved by William Daniell - The Picture in the posession of George Dance Esqr." Cf. T.Sutton The Daniells (1954) p.112-113 and 162.

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        Op. 29]. Quintetto Pour 2 Violons, 2 Altos et Violoncelle [Subtitle]: composé et dédié à Monsieur le Comte Maurice de Fries. Oeuv. 29. [Set of parts]

      Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 94] [December 1802], Leipsic - First Edition. Rare. Kinsky-Halm, p. 71. Hirsch IV, 267. Dorfmüller- Weinhold, p. 211. Hoboken 2, 153. "Between the Op. 18 Quartets and those of Op. 59 lie about six or seven years and the 'Eroica.' A whole world, in Beethoven's terms. The bridge between the two worlds is built of works other than quartets, and the only piece of chamber music for strings belonging to this interim stage is the splendid Quintet in C, Op. 29 (with two violas), which lies nearer to the first than to the second period. This work, which may be in some ways regarded as a crown to Op. 18, is still shamefully neglected. As a whole it has greater breadth and economy of line than even the F major Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1. Although there is a sufficiency of accomplished five-part writing and one gets the strong impression for much of the time that the quintet is. an enriched quartet, Beethoven contrives also to create from time to time an almost orchestral richness and weight, especially in the vividly resourceful 'storm finale." Arnold and Fortune, eds.: The Beethoven Reader, p. 251. Folio. Unbound, as issued. Preserved in a modern full dark green cloth folder with black leather label gilt to spine. [1] (title), 2-13; 9; 8; 8; 8 pp. Engraved. Early signature to title. Slightly browned throughout; repairs to spine of first violin part with slight paper loss. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The anatomy of the brain explained in a series of engravings

      London: C. Whittingham for T. N. Longman . . ., 1802. One of Bell?s Most Beautiful Works Bell, Charles (1774-1842). The anatomy of the brain, explained in a series of engravings. 4to. vii, 87pp. 12 stipple-engraved (possibly combined with aquatint) plates, numbered I-XII; the first 11 hand-colored; drawn by Charles Bell and engraved by Thomas Medland, Freeman, John Stewart and William Archibald. Plates I-X printed in colors as well as colored by hand. London: C. Whittingham for T. N. Longman and O. Rees; T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, 1802. 297 x 232 mm. Later quarter calf, marbled boards, hinges cracking, light edgewear. Minor offsetting from plates, light toning but very good. First Edition. Charles Bell was one of the foremost British anatomists of the 19th century. His anatomical researches resulted in several important milestones, and he played an important part in the discovery of the Bell-Magendie law describing the discrete functions of the sensory and motor nerves. Bell was trained in art as well as in medicine, and his twelve plates illustrating the structure of the brain are among the most beautiful in neuroanatomy. Plate I is important for its accurate portrayal of the cerebral gyri. The plates have been described as aquatints, but upon examination, most of the work appears to have been produced by stipple-engraving. Clarke & Dewhurst, An Illustrated History of Brain Function, p. 87. Gordon-Taylor, Sir Charles Bell, 4. Norman 168.

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

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

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        Heinrich Bürkel (1802 Pirmasens-München 1869). Bauer vom Schliersee. Bleistift a

      - Heinrich Bürkel (1802 Pirmasens-München 1869). Bauer vom Schliersee. Bleistift auf Papier. -- Technik: -- Bleistift auf Papier. unten mittig bezeichnet: "Schliersee", oben rechts undeutlich bezeichnet, auf der Unterlage bezeichnet: "Bürkel in München". -- Maße: -- Papier: 20,5 x 16,3 cm. 20,5 x 16,3 cm -- Zustand: -- Insgesamt gut, leichte restaurierte Flecken oben links. -- Beschreibung: --

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        Debates in the Senate of the United States on the Judiciary, during the First Session of the Seventh Congress; Also, the Several Motions, Resolutions, and Votes, taken upon that Momentous Subject; and a complete list of the yeas and nays, as entered on the journals

      Philadelphia: For E. Bronson, printed by Thos. Smith, 1802. Hardcover. Near Fine -. [2], 324 p.; 21 cm. Modern binding; black spine label with gilt-tooled spine title; flax paper dyed brown with aniline dye over acid-free boards. Caption title: Debate on the Judiciary Bill. Perforated stamp of the Wilmington Institute Free Library on first 3 leaves. Early American Imprints, ser. 2 (Shaw & Shoemaker), 3273; Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law, 1058. Bronson's account of the debates in the U.S. Senate beginning on Jan. 4, 1802, leading to the vote to repeal the Judiciary Act of 1801, which had reorganized and expanded federal jurisdiction. A supporter of the Federalist Party, Enos Bronson (1774-1823) published the Gazette of the United States from 1801 to 1804, and, with Elihu Chauncey, The United States' Gazette for the Country from 1804 to 1818. In Near Fine- Condition: chipping to fore-edges of first two leaves; minor foxing and browning; otherwise, clean and tight.

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        A Collection of All the Public and Permanent Acts of the General Assembly of Kentucky which are now in force, arranged and digested according to their subjects; Together with Acts of Virginia relating to Land Titles, the Recovery of Rents, and the Encouragement of Learning.

      Printed by William Hunter, Frankfort 1802 - lxvi,85,(86)-(93),86-188,(189)-(190),189-507,[2]pp. Original calf, hinges broken, rubbed. Tears and chipping to fore edge of first seven leaves. Tearing and partial loss to pp.263-264, provided in photostatic facsimile. Light tanning and foxing throughout. In a yellow cloth clamshell box. A Pioneering Compilation: The 1802 Laws of Kentucky An early compilation of the laws of Kentucky, preceded only by the 1799 Laws of Kentucky printed in Lexington. Toulmin, Secretary to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, states in the preface that this volume was published in order to provide easier access to the numerous laws passed by the legislature. "The very confused and undigested state in which the acts of the Legislature of Kentucky have hitherto remained, rendered an arranged collection of them highly necessary both to professional gentlemen and to the public at large. The immethodical manner in which the annual volume of laws is published, is by no means favourable to the ease or information of the reader; but when the acts of ten or twelve sessions are bound up together, just as they happened to be printed, the perplexity which attends a reference to them is disgusting in the highest degree. To remedy this inconvenience, the editor of the following work has distributed the acts of assembly into a variety of classes." The laws of Kentucky are organized into fourteen separate sections including laws relating to boundaries, the United States, the General Assembly, revenue, land titles, courts of justice, and domestic concerns. Laws regarding "agriculture, manufacturing, navigation, and commerce" and "the promotion of knowledge" are also recorded. This volume also includes a table of legal phrases, a summary of criminal law, and acts of the Virginia Assembly relating to rents. American Imprints Inventory (Kentucky) 157; Shaw & Shoemaker 486. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A COLLECTION OF ALL THE PUBLIC AND PERMANENT ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF KENTUCKY WHICH ARE NOW IN FORCE, ARRANGED AND DIGESTED ACCORDING TO THEIR SUBJECTS; TOGETHER WITH ACTS OF VIRGINIA RELATING TO LAND TITLES, THE RECOVERY OF RENTS, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF LEARNING.

      Frankfort: Printed by William Hunter, 1802. - lxvi,85,(86)-(93),86-188,(189)-(190),189-507,[2]pp. 12mo. Original calf, hinges broken, rubbed. Tears and chipping to fore edge of first seven leaves. Tearing and partial loss to pp.263-264, provided in photostatic facsimile. Light tanning and foxing throughout. Good. In a yellow cloth clamshell box. An early compilation of the laws of Kentucky, preceded only by the 1799 LAWS OF KENTUCKY printed in Lexington. Toulmin, Secretary to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, states in the preface that this volume was published in order to provide easier access to the numerous laws passed by the legislature. "The very confused and undigested state in which the acts of the Legislature of Kentucky have hitherto remained, rendered an arranged collection of them highly necessary both to professional gentlemen and to the public at large. The immethodical manner in which the annual volume of laws is published, is by no means favourable to the ease or information of the reader; but when the acts of ten or twelve sessions are bound up together, just as they happened to be printed, the perplexity which attends a reference to them is disgusting in the highest degree. To remedy this inconvenience, the editor of the following work has distributed the acts of assembly into a variety of classes." The laws of Kentucky are organized into fourteen separate sections including laws relating to boundaries, the United States, the General Assembly, revenue, land titles, courts of justice, and domestic concerns. Laws regarding "agriculture, manufacturing, navigation, and commerce" and "the promotion of knowledge" are also recorded. This volume also includes a table of legal phrases, a summary of criminal law, and acts of the Virginia Assembly relating to rents. AII (KENTUCKY) 157. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 2486.

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        Uiber Truhten und Truhtensteine, Barden und Bardenlieder, Feste, Schmäuse etc. und Gerichte der Teutschen.

      - Nebst Urkunden. Erstausg. Gotha, in der Ettingerschen Buchhandlung, 1802. 8 Bll., 368, 87 u. 2 Bll., mit gest. Frontispiz, 2 Textkupfern (S.43 u. 51), u. Textfig. (u.a. Runen) in Holzschnitt, 8°, Priv. Pappband mit Rückenschild Gelistet in: Emil Hubricht "Buchweiser für das völkisch-religiöse Schrifttum und dessen Grenzgebiete" (Freiberg i.S. 1934); Hayn-Gotendorf VI, 448: "S.254-280: Von Frauen, schönen Frauen u. Frauenhäusern - mit pikanten historischen Thatsachen u. reichem Commentar, auch alten poet. Citaten." - Das Kupfer zum Titel zeigt den Berg Nipf im Ries, das Frauenkloster Marien-Kirchheim u. die Ruine von Schloß Flogberg [Forchberg]. - Inhalt: Von den Teutschen, ihrem Gottesdienst, Truhten, Barden u. Schkalden; Von den teutschen hohen Festen oder Hochzeiten (u.a. Von der Feyer in heiligen Haynen u. Helgadomen, Vom Ostarfest, Erdenfest oder dem Kriegs: Neujahr-zugleich Reichstag, Wahlburg, Meyfahrt, Meyfest; Sonnwender, Von den teutschen Gerichten u. ihren Dingstätten, oder Gerichtsplätzen.); Sinnbildliche Rechtsgelehrsamkeit der alten u. mittlern ungelehrten Teutschen (u.a. Urbilder u. Urkunden, Denkmähler der Vorzeit, Zeichen u. Zeugen.); Anhang mit zwölf Urkunden bzw. Anlagen. - Einband leicht berieben; Frontispiz leicht angeknickt; Titel mit geringen, oberflächlichen Abrißspuren (kein Textverlust), sonst ein sehr gutes Expl. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A voyage up the Mediterranean in His Majesty's ship the Swiftsure : one of the squadron under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson . With a description of the battle of the Nile on the first of August 1798, and a detail of events that occurred subsequent to the battle in various parts of the Mediterranean.

      Printed by T. Bensley for J. White 1802 - FIRST EDITION, LARGE PAPER COPY, with 43 plates, all sepia washed aquatints except for the engraved Dedication, ex-library with blind stamp to the title and to the plates, usually in the margins but sometimes encroaching on the printed surface (though barely discernable on the printed surface), pp. xxiii, [i], 309, folio, well bound in modern half calf, preseerving the spine label from the original binding, bookplate of Bath Public Reference Library inside front cover, good. 'The first, the most particular, and the most authentic account of the battle [of the Nile]' (ODNB), arguably, the most decisive naval engagement of the great age of sail. The plates are after the author's drawings. Abbey calls this 'a finely produced book' but is less complimentary about the plates. The map in this copy is not bound folded (it was once) which means that it is trimmed just within the plate mark on two sides. (Abbey 196; Pine-Coffin 798(2))

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

      Stamperia Reale, Firenze 1802 - 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. 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). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works in Natural History. 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. Marwick Esq. FLS.

      by T. Bensley for J. White, London 1802 - Engraved frontispiece and folding plate in vol.1, hand-coloured folding frontispiece and hand-coloured plate in vol.2. Two volumes. 8vo. [211 x 133 x 45 mm]. [iii]-viii, 392 pp; [1]f, 300pp. Bound in 1899 by Zaehnsdorf (signed and dated with a gilt pallet on the front turn-ins and with gilt stamp on rear pastedowns) in light brown pigskin, the covers with a border of three blind fillets. The spines divided into six panels with double bands flanked with three blind fillets, lettered in gilt in the second and fourth panels and dated at the foot, the edges of the boards and turn-ins tooled with blind fillets, marbled endleaves, gilt edges. (The leather slightly darkened in spots and patches, the turn-ins offset onto the endleaves). Missing the half titles. A little light spotting but a very good copy in a handsome binding by Zaehnsdorf. "On White's death [1793] his literary papers were passed by his relatives to John Aikin MD (1747-1822), whose first response was to extract previously unpublished material from the journals and issue it as A Naturalist's Calendar, with Observations in Various Branches of Natural History (1795). He then advised publication of White's collected writings in natural history, and this was accomplished in Selborne (1802). This volume, comprising first the republication of Selborne (1789) without the letters on the antiquities, and A Naturalist's Calendar (1795), and a second calendar of natural occurrences and memoranda, parallel to Aikin's 1795 publication, but prepared by W. Marwick of Catisfield, Sussex, was prefaced by a brief memoir of White written by John White, son of Benjamin White, the bookseller" - New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Bookplate of Alfred Acland (1858-1937) of Feniton Court, Devon. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis.

      s. ind. ed. [Genio Tipografico] 1802 in 8° mz pelle ottocentesca Edizione originale. In antiporta ritratto del Foscolo finemente inciso su rame da Giovanni Boggi. L?opera vide la luce a Milano nell?ottobre 1802 e fu tirata in circa 1600 copie. La preparazione alla stampa fu seguita per tutta la sua durata personalmente dal Foscolo, notoriamente molto pignolo nella ricerca della perfezione tipografica, che manifestò una giusta soddisfazione per il risultato ottenuto. Tutte le copie furono vendute in brevissimo tempo e molte contraffazioni furono stampate. Cfr. Raccolta foscoliana Acchiappati, 26; Catalogo della raccolta foscoliana Mazzolà, 11. Bell?esemplare con tagli colorati (175x115 mm), freschissimo.

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        United States of Nth. America. Carte Des Etats-Unis De L'Amerique Septentrionale Copiee Et Gravee Sur Celle D'Arrowsmith Corigee...

      Paris: P. F. Tardieu. Good. 1802. First Edition. A large, hard-to-find early United States map with hand-colored borders. The map is backed by heavy linen with reinforcing linen tape on split folds, with holes at fold corners, browning, and light soil. The image is of the title area with an illustration and text on Niagara Falls. More scans available upon request. Inset map is Plan De La Ville De Washington Situee Sur Le Territoire De Columbia Cede Par Les Etats De Virginie Et Maryland Aux Etats Unis D-Amerique (Map of Washington, D. C. ). Ex-Library of Congress. P. F. Tardieu updated the map from a 1796 original by prominent English mapmaker Aaron Arrowsmith, as explained in his note above the title. ; 49 1/2" x 55 1/2" .

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        United States of Nth. America. Carte Des Etats-Unis De L'Amerique Septentrionale Copiee Et Gravee Sur Celle D'Arrowsmith Corigee...

      Paris: P. F. Tardieu. Good. 1802. First Edition. A large, hard-to-find early United States map with hand-colored borders. The map is backed by heavy linen with reinforcing linen tape on split folds, with holes at fold corners, browning, and light soil. The image is of the title area with an illustration and text on Niagara Falls. More scans available upon request. Inset map is Plan De La Ville De Washington Situee Sur Le Territoire De Columbia Cede Par Les Etats De Virginie Et Maryland Aux Etats Unis D-Amerique (Map of Washington, D. C. ). Ex-Library of Congress. P. F. Tardieu updated the map from a 1796 original by prominent English mapmaker Aaron Arrowsmith, as explained in his note above the title. ; 49 1/2" x 55 1/2" .

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

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

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        Exposition des acides, alkalis, terres et metaux, de leurs combinaisons en sels, et de leurs affinites electives, en douze tableaux. Avec des notes.

      Dijon, L.N. Frantin und Paris, Ant. Aug. Renouard, 1802.. Mit 12 Tabellen. 20 S. Pappband d. Zt. 38 x 26 cm Bolton, First Suppl. 416; Vgl. Poggendorff II, 1137. - Geschätztes Werk über die Säuren, Alkalien, Erden und Metalle. Die tabellarische Übersicht (das deutsche Original erschien 1800) wurde mehrfach aufgelegt und übersetzt. Etwas berieben und bestoßen, Einband lichtrandig. Innen sauberes und sehr breitrandiges Exemplar. Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th.

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        A general history of the Christian church, from the fall of the Western Empire to the present time ...

      Northumberland [PA]: Pr. for the author by Andrew Kennedy 8vo (21.6 cm, 8.5"). 4 vols. I: xxxvi, 475, [1 (blank)] pp. II: vii, [1], 539, [1 (blank)] pp. III: [6], 488 pp. IV: x, [3], xii–xiii, [1], 480 pp.. 1802–03 First edition. Priestley, a controversial theologian as well as a chemist who may be best remembered today for experiments with gasses that led to the discovery of oxygen, here continues his General History of the Christian Church to the Fall of the Western Empire (published in two volumes in 1790) up through 1802. (Although the present set, dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, stands alone, each book does close with an acknowledgment of its number in both series — i.e., "The end of Volume the third of the Second Part, or Volume the fifth of the whole Work".) Priestley's ecclesiastical history not only canvasses Catholicism and the other branches of Christianity, but considers Judaism and Islam (if the latter to a somewhat limited extent) as well. This work was printed in Northumberland, Pennsylvania, where Priestley settled in 1782, his liberal political opinions and defense of the French Revolution (in addition to his status as a nonconforming minister of questionable orthodoxy) having obliged him to emigrate from England to the United States. Provenance: Each title-page inscribed by N. Irwin. Recent quarter calf over marbled paper–covered sides,paper darkened at edges and/or turn-ins on some volumes, most notably vol. IV; spines with gilt-stamped leather title and volume labels. Title-pages with faint impression of a once-pencilled shelf number; a few page edges slightly ragged; some instances of small spots of foxing, mostly in margins, and varying degrees of offsetting.

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        Mahomet. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen, nach Voltaire.

      Tübingen Cotta 1802 - 102 S. Interims-Broschur. Erster vollständiger Druck. - Hagen 277; Sammlung Dorn 292; WG. 57. - Umschlag lädiert, gering stockfleckig, unaufgeschnitten. Gutes Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Republique Francoise divisée en 113. Départements. - Charte von Frankreich Samt den eroberten Laendern, mit Inbegriff der Inseln Corsica und Elba in 113. Départements eingetheilt. - Publie par Jean Walch à Augsbourg. 1802.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johann Walch in Augsburg, dat. 1802, 48,5x 58 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 343 (Johann Walch, 1757-1824. Cartographer and map publisher of Augsburg, son-in-law of Johann Martin Will whom he succeeded in 1806. .); Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck u. Verlagswesen, S. 1303 (Johann Walch). - Zeigt Gesamt-Frankreich mit seinen 113 Departements inklusive dem Departements am Niederrhein (Département de la Roer, Département de la Sarre, Département de Rhin-et-Moselle und Département du Mont-Tonnerre). - Unten links Titelkartusche; darüber 10 Zeilen Erklärungen; unter der Kartusche 3 Meilenzeiger. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Travels in Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark.

      London, T. Cadell, jun., and W. Davies, 1802 - XV (1), 404 S. mit 3 gest. Ansichten und 3 gefalt. Karten bzw. Plänen / 5 nn. S. 374 S. mit 5 Kupfertafeln (1 zusätzlich) und 1 gest. Faltplan von St. Peterburg / 4 nn. S., 404 S. mit 1 gest. Tafel und 3 gest. Karten, davon 2 gefalt. / 4 nn. S., 367 S. mit 4 gest. Ansichten auf Tafeln, 3 Karten, 1 gefalt. Tabelle, 1 gefalt. genealog. Tafel / 4 nn. S., 283 (1), 28 nn. S. (Index) mit 5 gest. Karten und Plänen und 1 gefalt. genealog. Tafel. Einbände etw. bestossen, Deckel berieben, Rücken erneuert, Stempel auf Titel verso und letzter S., in Bd. 1 fehlt das "Specimen of Russian print"; nur wenig fleckig, im Schnitt etw. stärker. - Die angegebenen Versandkosten gelten für Bücher bis 1000 Gramm. Bücher über 1000 Gramm kosten nach Deutschland EUR 5,30, nach EU-Ausland EUR 14, für andere Länder bitte nachfragen. - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 8°, Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgpr. RTitel und reichhalt. vergold. Dekor auf den Deckeln

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        L'ITINÉRAIRE DES FRANÇAIS DANS LA LOUISIANE

      Paris, 1802. 12mo. Early 19th-century marbled boards. Contemporary ownership inscription dated Paris, 1804 on titlepage. Some light toning and soiling, heavier to first and last leaf. Bookplate on rear pastedown. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth slipcase. First edition of this exceedingly rare French imprint promoting the possession of Louisiana in the early 19th century. It was published during the brief return of France's control of the territory between the Spanish and American periods of ownership between March and December 1803. The large folding map, "Carte de la Louisiane et du cours du Mississipi avec les Colonies Anglaises," is a revised version of Guillaume Delisle's map first published in 1718. The work includes a history and description of the colony, a description of the natives of the area and their customs, and the state of commerce in the region. Dubroca, who evidently published the work himself, argues for a much greater French presence in Louisiana.

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        Voyage fait par ordre de L'Impératrice de Russie Catherine II, dans le nord de la Russie Asiatique, dans la Mer Glaciale, dans la mer d'Anadyr, et sur les Côtes de L'Amérique, depuis 1785 jusq'wn 1794, Par le Commodore Billings

      Paris: Chez F Buisson, Anon X (1802) 2 volumes with Atlas. [4]+xxiv+385 pages with xxii-xxiv lists books of voyages available from the publisher; [4]+418 pages with appendix containing vocabularies of the languages of Yukagir, Yakut, Tungoose, Kamchatka, the Aleutian Islands and Kadiak and inex. Atlas with title, list of plates, 14 engraved plates & large folding engraved map. Text volumes are small octavo (7¾" x 4½"), 19th century quarter calf & boards, spines tooled in gilt, morocco lettering pieces; atlas is quarto (11" x 7½") in period tree calf, spine tooled in gilt. Translated by J Castéra. (Howes S-117) First French Edition. Martin Sauer was an English civil servant who knew Russian, French and German. He became acquainted with Joseph Billings in St Petersburg in the 1780s. He agreed to join Billing?s expedition as his secretary and interpreter. It was agreed that he would write the official account, but there is some controversy about his actives when he returned to St Petersburg in 1974. It has been suggested that he left hurriedly for England with much of the important archival material from the voyage, including diaries and secret reports, so that he could publish a record of the expedition before Russian authorities and scholars in the Academy of Sciences could review it details. Sauer?s An account of the Geographical and Astronomical Expedition to the Northern Parts of Russia was published in London in 1802. It contains an abundance of detail about eastern Siberia and the Aleutian Islands, and records the expedition?s visits to Kodiak Island, Prince William Sound and the coast south as far as Yakutat Bay. The chart was made by Aaron Arrowsmith from Sauer?s notes and Billing?s observations, and the whole complements well the other contemporary accounts of the expedition by the cartographer Gavriil Sarychev and the naturalist Carl Heinrich Merck. Condition: Some rubbing and wear to coves of both atlas and text volumes, some chipping to spine ends, small gouge at back of atlas and stamp to front end paper else in very good condition.

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        [Hob. XXI:3]. Die Jahreszeiten nach Thomson... Partitur... Originalausgabe. [Full score]

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Haertel [without PN]. [1802]. Folio. Modern half dark blue morocco with marbled boards, raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, titling gilt. 1f. (fine decorative engraved title by Böhm after Kininger, depicting the four seasons as allegorical figures), [i] (part title to Part I, in German and English), [i] ("Personen," in German and English), 251 (Part I: spring and summer), [i] (blank), [i] (part title to Part II, in German and English, with misspelling "Jahrszeiten"), 252-485 (Part II: autumn and winter), 486-496 (score of three trombone parts for Part I and II) pp. Typeset. The trombone parts are omitted from the main text. Early owner's signature, "G.F. Graham," to first pages of Part I and II. Early performance markings (musical numbering and metronome markings) in blue pencil to pp. 1, 28, 38, and 54. Slightly browned and foxed; title slightly dampstained at upper outer margins with small tear to blank lower margin repaired. An attractive copy overall. . First Edition (issue with text in both German and English). Hoboken XXI:3, pp. 58-59. Hoboken collection catalogue 9, 1411 (with watermarks). Hirsch IV, 795 (second copy; see note, ibid.). RISM H2542. This second collaboration between Haydn and the librettist Gottfried von Swieten was based on the poem by James Thomson (1700-1748) published in 1730. The work was first performed on April 24, 1801 in a private première at the Schwarzenberg Palace in Vienna; the first public production took place on May 19, 1801. "Although the initial reception of The Seasons was favourable ?- Haydn wrote to Clementi that it had enjoyed ?'unanimous approval?' and that ?'many prefer it to The Creation, because of its greater variety?' ?- critical opinion soon became mixed, owing in part to its perceived ?'lower?' subject, in part to a growing aesthetic resistance to its many pictorialisms. Haydn himself contributed to both strands of criticism: he supposedly said to Francis II, ?'In The Creation angels speak and tell of God, but in The Seasons only Simon speaks?' (Dies); and he indiscreetly criticized Swieten?'s croaking frogs (?'Frenchified trash?') and the absurdity of a choral hymn to toil (Fleiss). Nonetheless he maintained that it would join The Creation in assuring his lasting fame. For the publication he took the path of lesser resistance, selling the rights to Breitkopf & Härtel." James Webster and Georg Feder in Grove Music Online. Early owner "G.F. Graham" may be George Farquhar Graham (1789-1867), a Scottish musicologist and composer who contributed the article "Music" to the seventh edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

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        Marília de Dirceo. Por T.A.G.

      Lisbon, Na Officina Nunesiana, 1802 (volumes I and II); Na Offic. de Joaquim Thomas de Aquino Bulhoens, 1800 (volume III). - 3 volumes in 1. 8°, contemporary sheep (some wear, especially at front outer joint, but sound), spines with raised bands in five compartments, gilt fillets, crimson leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt short-title. Identical small typographical vignettes on title pages of volumes I and II. Small woodcut vignette on title page of volume III. Worm traces at beginning of volume I: about 2.6 cm. at lower outer margin of first 5 leaves, touching final letter of imprint on title page, a letter of text on p. [3] recto, and with loss of two words on p. 8; another trace of about the same length at lower inner margin of first 5 leaves, never affecting text, and continuing on as a round hole in the blank margins of another 11 leaves, again not affecting any text. Volume I in slightly less than good condition. Volumes II and III in good to very good condition. Two-line contemporary ink manuscript inscription, scored, on verso of title page of volume I, with five-line ink manuscript inscription below: Este livro he de // Jose Vieira // Maio 15 de 1825 // Funchal // Ilha de Madeira". Later scored ink manuscript inscription in upper blank margin of p. [3] of volume I: "De Maria Helena Correa". Ink manuscript signature of Josi[??} Vieira on rear free endleaf verso. 110 pp., (1 blank l.); 108 pp., (2 blank ll.); 110 pp., (1 blank l.). *** FIRST EDITION of part III.Second edition, "mais acresentada" of part II.Third edition of part I. While the editions of the first and second parts present in this collection are by no means easy to obtain, @the original edition of part III is very rare; more or less in the same realm of rarity as the rare first and second editions of part I (1792 and 1799, respectively), or the rare first edition of part 2 (1799). The extreme rarity of this work has caused significant bibliographic confusion about editions and contents. The 1792 first edition of part I was unknown to many bibliographers (e.g., Innocêncio, Varnhagen, etc.), and its existence was not revealed until 1879, in an article by Valle Cabral that appeared in the @Revista Brasileira I, 411. The two parts of the 1799 edition were not known until 1923, when their existence was announced in an article by Alberto de Oliveira in the @Revista da língua portuguêsa nº26, 81-5. The third part, of doubtful authenticity appeared in Lisbon, 1800. Since beginning in business in 1969, we have handled 3 copies of the extremely rare first edition of part I, and we have also three times seen on the market and handled copies of the 1799 edition. Regarding the present first edition of the third part, we have also only seen three copies on the market since 1969. There is confusion regarding the collation of the first edition of the third part, no doubt due to the rarity. Rodrigues says that it contains 3 preliminary leaves, followed by 110 pages. Borba de Moraes says there are VII pp., with the half title, title page, and "Prologo", with p. [viii] blank, followed by 110 pp. In reality, the blank p. [viii] is followed p. [9], which is the beginning of the main text. The catchwords, signatures, and logic of the text support the conclusion that our copy is complete except for the half title; it does include the final integral blank leaf."If the 'Escola Mineira' had done nothing else, it could still be said that in Tomás António Gonzaga it had produced the most popular love poet who has written in Portuguese. Gonzaga's @Marília de Dirceu is second only to @The Lusiads of Camões in the number of editions it has had. . . . down to the 1920's there had been a total of thirty-four" (Putnam, @Marvelous Journey, p. 87). The word "popular," when applied to the poetry of Gonzaga, should by no means be taken in any derogatory sense. Putnam continues, "There is no doubt that Tomás António Gonzaga is one of the fine love poets of the world. He is of the lineage of Petrarch; and if one had no other reason for learning Portuguese, the desire to read his poems would [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Fr. Akrel n. Gustav Klint, "Karta öfver Gibraltars Sund . 1802".

      - dat. 1802, 63 x 96 Tooley, Dictionary of Mapmakers, Bd. 3, S. 41. Gustav Klint ( 1771 - 1840 ), Hydrograph in Stockholm. Er war Hrsg. des Sveriges Sjö Atlas ( 1795 - 1820! ). - Seltene Karte! Der Titel befindet sich rechts oben. Mit drei Nebenkarten a) "Gibraltars Bay" b) "Redden vid Cadiz" und c) "Kusten vid Malaga" Die Karte zeigt die Meerenge von Gibraltar mit Südportugal ( Algarve ) und Südspanien, sowie die Nordküste von Tunesien und Marokko.

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        Sammelband: (KV 527) Il Don Giovanni, grand opera ridotta in Quartetti per due Violini, Viola e Basso del Sigr. W.A. Mozart. In Vienna presso Artaria e Comp. (Pl.Nr. 1605) [1804]. ...

      Artaria; Mollo Wien (...Stimmen: 27, 26, 24, 20 in Kupfer gestochene Seiten / ( Haydn ) Die Jahreszeiten von Hrn Joseph Haydn, Doctor der Tonkunst, als Quartett bearbeitet von Sigmund Neukomm. ( Stimmen ) ( PN: 1277 - Wien, Mollo, 1802 mit 60, 60, 55, 51 in Kupfer gestochenen Notenseiten ) / ( Mozart ): Six Ouvertures en Quatuors pour ( Deux ) Violons, Viole et Violoncelle des Operas Don Giovanni [KV 527], Die Zauberflöte [KV 620], Cosi fan tutte [KV 588], Die Entführung [aus dem Serail, KV 384], Le Nozze di Figaro [KV 492], La Clemenzo di Tito [KV 621] par W. A. Mozart. ( Wien, Artaria, ohne Erscheinungsjahr, um 1803 erschienen. Titelblatt handschriftlich von alter Hand mit dem Zusatz *Flauto* über dem hier nicht gedruckten *Deux* ergänzt )( mit Plattennummer 1606 - 1686 - 1734 - 780 ( die beiden übrigen offenbar nicht gedruckt bzw. durch Tintenfleck nicht ersichtlich ) mit 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3 in Kupfer gestochen Notenseiten / ( Mozart ): [KV 620.] Die Zauberflöte. Grand Opera ridotta in Quartetti Per due Violini, Viola, e Basso del Sigr. W. A. Mozart. [Bearbeitung für Streichquartett.], Wien, Artaria ( ohne Erscheinungsjahr - um 1792 erschienen ) ( Plattennummer 378 mit 19, 15, 18, 13 in Kupfer gestochenen Notenseiten ). Die einzelnen Musikwerke jeweils in Halblederbänden der Zeit mit marmorierten Einbanddeckeln und unbeschriftetem Deckelschild sowie leicht goldgeprägten schmalen Einbandrücken, 4° ( 33 x 25 cm ). Einbände berieben, etwas fleckig,. Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, 1 Band am schmalen Einbandrücken mit kleinem Wurmloch. Innen der erste Band mit dem Titelblatt zu *Don Giovanni* stärker fleckig, fingerfleckig und durchgehend zum unteren Seitenrand hin stark tintenfleckig ( mit etwas Tintenfraß ) außerhalb des Notensatzes. Die übrigen Bände teils etwas fleckig, finger- oder leicht stockfleckig, einige Seiten etwas angeknickt. Zusammen 4 Bände. ( Gesamtgewicht ca. 3100 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) ( Lagerort: Richey ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Don Giovanni, Zauberflöte, Ouverture, Hadyn, Joseph Haydn, Jahreszeiten, Google

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        Fr. Hornemanns Tagebuch seiner Reise von Cairo nach Murzuck der Hauptstadt des Königreichs Fessan in Afrika in den Jahren 1797 und 1798. Aus der Teutschen Handschrift desselben herausgegeben von Carl König.

      Weimar Landes-Industrie-Comptoir 1802 - Mit 2 mehrfach gefalteten Kartentafeln, 1 Karte im Text und 1 Illustration. Titelblatt, VIII (Vorwort zum 7. Band der Reihe), III-XXX, 240 S. Pappband der Zeit mit zwei goldgeprägten Rückenschildern. Kanten tls. etwas berieben u. bestoßen. Vereinzelt leicht fleckig, Titel mit tls. gelöschtem Stempel (dadurch mit winzigem Loch), im unteren Eck durchgehend etwas wasserrandig. Ohne Reihentitel. (530 Gr.) (Bibliothek der neuesten und interessantesten Reisebeschreibungen, 7 bzw. Archiv der neuesten und interessantesten Reise WEITERE AUSKÜNFTE ERTEILEN WIR IHNEN GERNE TELEFONISCH.Beigebunden: Ders. Dass. Berlin/Hamburg 1803. Mit 2 (1 gefalteten) Kartentafeln u. 2 (1 gefalteten) Tafeln. Titelblatt, 1 Bl., 248 S. Ohne Reihentitel. Enthält neben der Vorrede von Carl König (bis S. XX bzw. 16) eine Einleitung von William Young (bis S. XXX bzw. 26); den Text von Hornemann (bis S. 91 bzw. 111), einen Anhang von William Young: Bemerkungen über Fr. Hornemanns Beschreibung des Siwah-Landes und seiner Alterthümer (bis S. 116 bzw. 135); Nachschrift Fr. Hornemanns fernere Schicksale betreffend (bis S. 123 bzw. 142); Fr. Hornemann. Einige Nachrichten über das Innere nördliche Afrika (bis S. 144 bzw. 161); Rennell. Geographische Erläuterungen des Hornemannischen Reiselaufes nebst Beyträgen zur allgemeinen Geographie (bis S. 234 bzw. 245); Willhelm Marsden. Bemerkungen über die Sprache der Siwaher (bis S. 240 bzw. 248). Von den beiden Faltkarten der Ausgabe von 1802 wurde nur die mit der Reiseroute Hornemanns in einem etwas kleineren Format in die spätere Ausgabe übernommen. Die 2. Kartentafel in dieser Ausgabe war in der früheren im Text abgedruckt. Die Wiedergabe eines Frauenhaarschmucks der Ausgabe von 1802 fehlt in der späteren, dafür finden sich dort zwei Kupfertafeln ("Empfang der Karawane vom Sultan von Fessan" und "Tuaricks von dem Stamme Kolluwi und Hagara"). Embacher S. 150; Engelmann S. 168; Gay Nr. 354; Henze II, S. 624; Ibrahim-Hilmy I, S. 309. Hornemann gilt als Pionier der Saharaforschung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Hob. XXI:3]. Die Jahreszeiten nach Thomson... Partitur... Originalausgabe. [Full score]

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Haertel [without PN]. [1802]. Folio. Modern half dark blue morocco with marbled boards, raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, titling gilt. 1f. (fine decorative engraved title by Böhm after Kininger, depicting the four seasons as allegorical figures), [i] (part title to Part I, in German and English), [i] ("Personen," in German and English), 251 (Part I: spring and summer), [i] (blank), [i] (part title to Part II, in German and English, with misspelling "Jahrszeiten"), 252-485 (Part II: autumn and winter), 486-496 (score of three trombone parts for Part I and II) pp. Typeset. The trombone parts are omitted from the main text. Early owner's signature, "G.F. Graham," to first pages of Part I and II. Early performance markings (musical numbering and metronome markings) in blue pencil to pp. 1, 28, 38, and 54. Slightly browned and foxed; title slightly dampstained at upper outer margins with small tear to blank lower margin repaired. An attractive copy overall. . First Edition (issue with text in both German and English). Hoboken XXI:3, pp. 58-59. Hoboken collection catalogue 9, 1411 (with watermarks). Hirsch IV, 795 (second copy; see note, ibid.). RISM H2542. This second collaboration between Haydn and the librettist Gottfried von Swieten was based on the poem by James Thomson (1700-1748) published in 1730. The work was first performed on April 24, 1801 in a private première at the Schwarzenberg Palace in Vienna; the first public production took place on May 19, 1801. "Although the initial reception of The Seasons was favourable – Haydn wrote to Clementi that it had enjoyed ‘unanimous approvalÂ’ and that ‘many prefer it to The Creation, because of its greater varietyÂ’ – critical opinion soon became mixed, owing in part to its perceived ‘lowerÂ’ subject, in part to a growing aesthetic resistance to its many pictorialisms. Haydn himself contributed to both strands of criticism: he supposedly said to Francis II, ‘In The Creation angels speak and tell of God, but in The Seasons only Simon speaksÂ’ (Dies); and he indiscreetly criticized SwietenÂ’s croaking frogs (‘Frenchified trashÂ’) and the absurdity of a choral hymn to toil (Fleiss). Nonetheless he maintained that it would join The Creation in assuring his lasting fame. For the publication he took the path of lesser resistance, selling the rights to Breitkopf & Härtel." James Webster and Georg Feder in Grove Music Online. Early owner "G.F. Graham" may be George Farquhar Graham (1789-1867), a Scottish musicologist and composer who contributed the article "Music" to the seventh edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

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        Gesamtans., "Vue de la ville et du Port de Trieste, prise du Môle neuf".

      - Kupferstich v. Desmaisons n. Cassas ( Louis Francois ) aus Lavalee, Voyage pittoresque . Dalmatie ., 1802, 24,5 x 40,5

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        Acts and Laws of the State of Connecticut, in America

      Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, Hartford 1802 - [16], 624 pp. Also contains the Acts and laws passed at the sessions of May 1797 -Oct 1802. Evans 30264 (pp.447-54) is the Hudson issue with the proper signature mark present. Includes the Charter of the Colony of Connecticut, the Declaration of Independence, and the US Constitution. Index updated in contemporary hand to include data from May 1797 to conclusion, scattered marginalia in the same hand. Signature of Gustaf B. Carlson (d. 1924) an attorney and Judge in Middletown CT. Evans; 30260; 30262, 30264, 31972, 31974, 33554, 33556, 35341, 35342, 37227, 37226; Shaw & Shoemaker 341, 342, 2069, 2070. Boards stained, free endpaper with a tear at joint, six leaves after p. 587 expertly reattached, scattered foxing, dampstains to corners of a few rear leaves, marginalia as noted, overall a good or better copy. Cloth with original morocco lettering piece [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Descriptions pittoresques de jardins du goût le plus moderne.

      Voss & Compagnie,, Leipzig, 1802 - Leipzig, Voss & Compagnie, 1802. 21 x 17 cm. VIII, 124 S. 28 Kupferstichtafeln und 2 gestochenen Plänen. Original Halbpergament (Hardcover) m. ggpr. RS. Gut. Einband etwas bestoßen und beschabt. Vorsatzblatt und ein weiteres Blatt mit einem kleinen Loch. Seiten und Tafeln schwach braunfleckig. Letzte Tafeln mit Feuchtigkeitsfleck am Rand. Schönes Exemplar. Neuausgabe in französischer Sprache der 1798 erschienenen "Gemählde von Gärten im neuern Geschmack". Die von Schumann, Hüllmann und Darnstedt nach Entwürfen des Dresdener Architekten Karl August Benjamin Siegel fein ausgeführten Stiche zeigen Gärten, Gartenpavillons, Gartenmöbel und –dekorationen, Brücken, Boote usw., zumeist im Stil „Anglo-Chinois". Es handelt sich um Abzüge der Originalplatten von 1798, von denen lediglich die deutschen Bezeichnungen entfernt wurden. Die in der deutschen Ausgabe nicht enthaltenen beiden Gartenpläne zeigen Entwürfe idealisierter Landschaftsgärten. Berlin Kat. 3364 (Aufl. 1796), Dochnahl 34 (Aufl. 1805). Sprache: deu Gut. Einband etwas bestoßen und beschabt. Vorsatzblatt und ein weiteres Blatt mit einem kleinen Loch. Seiten und Tafeln schwach braunfleckig. Letzte Tafeln mit Feuchtigkeitsfleck am Rand. Schönes Exemplar. Original Halbpergament (Hardcover) m. ggpr. RS. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sammelband mit 21 Manuskript-Karten zum Thema Taktik.

      Österreich, ca. 1802. - 21 (19 kolorierte, 12 doppelblattgrosse, 2 schematische Tafeln) Manuskript-Karten auf Papier im Format ca. 50 x 30 cm, die doppelblattgrossen Karten ca. 50 x 60 cm (2 Karten etwas kleiner), gebunden in einem Halblederband um 1840, 54 x 36 cm, Einband gering berieben, gut erhalten. Der Sammelband (Rückentitel „Lindenau Taktik 1802" enthält 19 detaillierte sorgfältig gezeichnete und kolorierte Manuskript-Karten mit ausführlichen Beschreibungen (von 2 Händen) zum Thema Taktik (darunter eine Tafel mit einem fiktiven Angriff auf die Stadt Brüssel, eine Tafel mit einem Angriff auf die Stadt Landeshut in Schlesien) sowie 2 schematische Tafeln mit militärischen Formationen. Die Karten sind teils doppelt und nur teilweise in Reihenfolge nummeriert. Der Name „Lindenau" steht für den preussisch / österreichischen General Karl Friedrich von Lindenau (1742 bis 1817), der sich, anfangs in preussischen Diensten, ab 1788 in österreichischen Diensten in mehreren Werken mit taktischen Fragen beschäftigte und sich auch auf den Schlachtfeldern der napoleonischen Kriege einen Namen machte. Daneben wirkte er als Lehrer mehrere junger Erzherzögen des Kaiserhauses bei deren kriegswissenschaftlichen Ausbildung besonders in Bezug auf Taktik. Bei den vorliegenden Manuskriptkarten handelt es sich aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach um Unterrichtsmaterial, das für oder von den adligen Schülern erstellt wurden. Laut Vorbesitzer stammt der Sammelband aus dem Besitz des Erzherzog Rainer von Österreich (1783 bis 1853), diese Zuschreibung ließ sich allerdings nicht verifizieren. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biologie, oder Philosophie der lebenden Natur.

      - Erster (bis sechster) Band. 6 Bände. XIV, 477 (recte 478); IV, 508; IV, 593; X, 662, (2); VI, 476; VI, 579 S. Mit 4 gefalt. Kupfertafeln und 2 mehrfach gefalt. Tabellen. In-8 (20 cm) Halblederbde. Göttingen, Röwer 1802-1822. - - Erste Ausgabe. Band 6 in zwei fortlaufend paginierten Abteilungen, mit zwei Titelblättern und Haupttitel. "Das Werk seines Lebens, in dem er die Summe seiner Forschungen niedergelegt hat" (ADB 38, 588); durch die 20jährige Erscheinugsdauer komplett äußerst selten. Teviranus (1776-1837), Bio- und Physiologe, prägte den Terminus Biologie, gehört zu den Pionieren der Histologie ebenso wie zu den Vordenkern der modernen Evolutionstheorie. - - Rücken erneuert, Titelbl. gestempelt, Band 1 anfangs etw. braunfleckig, gelegentl. stockfleckig; insgesamt gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Christelijke Gezangen voor de Openbaare Godsdienstoefeningen. WITH: Christelyke Gezangen, ten gebruike der Doopsgezinde Gemeente, vergaderende by Het Lam en den Toren, te Amsterdam.

      Amsterdam, Jan Christiaan Sepp and Son/2nd work: Amsterdam, Pieter Johannes Uylenbroek, Laurens van Hulst, and Abraham van Aken 180X/1802 - 2 works in 1 binding, (2, XVI) 323 (1), (XII) 148 (4) p. Contemporary Leather with 4 raised bands, decorated with gold, 8° (Songbook bound in brown leather and decorated with gold on both the boards and the spine with a design of flowers and vines. The name of the original owner is stamped on the front cover: 'B.J. van Rykevorsel, geb. Van der Hoop'. Beatrix Johanna van Rijckevorsel-Van der Hoop 1777-1815, lived in Rotterdam and died at young age.) 2 werken in 1 band, (2, XVI) 323 (1), (XII) 148 (4) p. Origineel Leer met ribben, goudbestempeld, 8° (Gezangbundel gebonden in bruin leer en versierd met goudopdruk op zowel de platten als de rug met een motief van bloemen en ranken. Op het voorplat is de naam van de oorspronkelijke eigenaresse gestempeld: 'B.J. van Rykevorsel, geb. Van der Hoop'. Beatrix Johanna van Rijckevorsel-Van der Hoop 1777-1815, was woonachtig te Rotterdam en overleed op jonge leeftijd.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Vue de Pirano, Prise de la Punta di Salvori, en regardant Capo d'Istria & le fond du Golfe de Trieste.').

      - Kupferstich v. Née n. L.F. Cassas aus Voyage pittoresque et historique de l' Istrie et de la Dalmatie, . b. Joseph Lavallée in Paris, 1802, 26 x 40,5 Nebehay-Wagner, Bibliographie Altösterreichischer Ansichtenwerke, 358, 20. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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