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        [Op. 34]. VI Variations pour le pianoforte composees et dediees A Madame la Princesse Odeschalchi [!Odescalchi] nee Comtesse de Keglevics... Oeuv. 34.

      Leipsic Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 137] [1803]. Oblong folio. Disbound. Sewn. 1f. (title), 3-13, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Price: "12 Ggr." Annotations, mostly to dynamics, in pencil in an unknown hand. Some foxing and soiling; minimal wear to edges.. First Edition. Kinsky p. 85-87. Hoboken 2, 190.

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        The History of England, complete in 16 volumes: From The Invasion of Julius Caesar to The Revolution in 1688, Hume, 10 volumes --PLUS-- From The Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George II, Smollett, 6 volumes

      Wallis / Scholey 1803, 1810-11, London - Complete in 16 volumes. 10 volumes by Hume, published 1803, plus Smollett's 6 volume continuation, published 1810-11. Later editions. Hardcover 8vos., uniformly bound by Blackwell in 3/4 cherry morocco with marbled boards, raised bands, gilt titles and design, teg. All volumes profusely illustrated with tissue-covered copper and wood engravings. Very Good overall. Light wear to the raised bands and tips of the leather bindings; the leather and hinges are bright, fresh and intact. Occasional foxing throughout, but mostly constrained to the margins and blank sides of the plates. Bookplate of the former owner, R. Percy Alden, on the front pastedown of each volume. A thoroughly attractive and readable set. 16 volumes. Due to the number of volumes in this lot extra postage may be required. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fine large original drawing by an anonymous artist

      [?Paris]. Identified at upper right in contemporary manuscript: "Spontini." ?1803- 1815. Executed in black and white crayon on dark tan paper. 522 x 416 mm. A very accomplished drawing, very likely done from life. Slightly worn; small area of paper reinforcement to lower right corner of verso.. Spontini, who moved to Paris at the end of 1802, came under the patronage of the Empress Josephine as of 1805. His opera, La Vestale, had its first performance on December 15, 1807, by which time the composer was regarded as one of the leading composers in Paris. It is quite likely that the present portrait dates from this period, supported by the apparent age of the subject.

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        [Op. 30 nos. 1-2 of 3 only]. Trois Sonates pour le Piano-forte avec l'accompagnement d'un Violon; Composees et dediees a Sa Majeste Alexandre I Empereur de toutes les Russies... Oeuvre XXX. [Nos. 1-2]. [Parts]

      Bonn N. Simrock [PN] 339 [1803]. Folio. Disbound. No. 1: 1 (title), 2-15, [i] (blank) pp.; 6 pp. No. 2: [i] (title), 16-38; pp. [7]-13, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Prices amended in manuscript to "3 fr. 25 cent." No. 1: Former owner's signature in ink, "Weber," to upper outer corner of title with "C 423a" (?shelfmark) at lower left; correction in red crayon to p. 3 of violin part; cue notes from violin part occasionally added to piano part in pencil in an unknown hand. No. 2: Slightly worn; occasional staining; fingering in pencil in an unknown hand to first two movements of violin part; annotation (?shelfmark) to lower left corner of title; title of piano part with edge tears; old repairs to outer leaves of piano part; minor imperfections. Trimmed, with occasional loss to annotations; handwritten headers added in pencil to first pages of violin parts: "Beethoven Op. 30 Nro. 1"; "Op. 30 Nro 2.". Published in the same year as the first edition. Kinsky p. 76. Not in Hoboken.

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        Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper... By William Hayley

      Chichester: J. Seagrave, 1803-04. 3 vols., 4to, (2), xii, (8), 413; (4), 424; (6), xxxi, 416 pages. With 5 plates and an engraving in the text, one designed and engraved by Blake, the others engraved by Blake after other artists. Old diaper calf rebacked, new labels, a good set. Second edition, final state of the Ã’WeatherhouseÓ plate designed by Blake. HayleyÕs position as the most respectable and considerable literary figure who had known Cowper made him the inevitable choice to write the definitive work. Blake was living with his wife at Felpham and she helped him make and print the engravings for their old friend and patron Hayley. Bentley, Blake Books, 468 A. Easson & Essick I, VII. Bound in at the end is another book entitled: Cowper, illustrated by a Series of Views, in, or near, The Park of Weston-Underwood, Bucks... London: 1803, published by Vernor and Hood and with an engraved title and 12 plates by Storer and Greig. This added text has nothing to do with Blake and only relates to William Cowper.

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        [Graphic Illustrations of the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, consisting of a series of prints engraved from pictures purposely painted by the first artists, lately exhibited at the Shakespeare Gallery.]

      Folio, (405x295mm), 96 engraved plates (only, of 100, lacking the portraits of Geo. III and Queen Charlotte and 2 others), lacking the title-page, foxing on a few plates, cont. half calf, marbled bds, fully gilt spine.

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        De la richesse commerciale,

      ìThe First Critic of Industrial CapitalismîSISMONDI, J[ean] C[harles] L[eonard Simonde de]. De la richesse commerciale, ou Principes dí??conomie politique, appliqu??s a la l??gislation du commerce. Geneva: Chez J.J. Paschoud, An XI (1803).Scarce first edition of Sismondiís important work. Two octavo volumes. [4], lxxxv, [1, blank], 348; [4], 448 pp.In the original blue paper wrappers with printed paper spine labels (labels defective). Library shelf label at foot of spine. Joints split but firm. A very clean and fresh copy. Uncut and largely unopened. Housed in a red cloth clamshell case.Born in Geneva, the son of a Calvinist clergyman, Sismondi (1773-1842) was ìthe first critic of industrial capitalismî (Blaug). ìSismondiís first venture into economics, the two- volume De la richesse commerciale was intended as a systematic exposition of the ideas of Adam Smith. Yet in it Sismondi also pointed out that he was presenting ëan absolutely newí way of looking at aggregate output changes. Crude arithmetic examples depicted output during a given year as a function of investment during a previous year, and showed how a closed economy differed from an economy with international trade, and how the latter differed when there was an export surplus and an import surplus. Algebraic formulas in his footnotes repeated the same arguments presented arithmetically in the text. But the book was little noticed, and so Sismondiís original efforts produced no contribution to the development of economicsî (The New Palgrave).De la Richesse commerciale ìhas a number of original features, for example, it includes an early statement ascribing the international exchange of goods to differences in factor endowments and factor pricesóEngland, being plentifully endowed with capital, will import labor-intensive goods, such as lace from France, from countries where capital is relatively scarce and wages low. Sismondi here points the way to doctrinal developments that were bought to full fruition by Ohlin in the twentieth century but were overshadowed during the nineteenth century by the Ricardian doctrine of comparative cost, which was primarily designed to demonstrate the gains from tradeî (Spiegel, p. 303).Theocaris describes Sismondi as the only French author of his time who was considerably influenced by Canard, noting that in the introduction to De la richesse commerciale Sismondi ìadmitted that many times in the earlier chapters of his book he had nothing better to do than repeat Canardís ideas. He does not, however, imitate Canard in the use of mathematics except once, ëcar appliquer ce langage ??? une science qui n\'est point exacte c\'est s\'exposer ??? des erreurs continuellesí. His main attempt at mathematical economics is when he tries to show that in both a closed economy and with foreign trade a country, ceteris paribus, will be progressing, declining or stationary according to the level of wagesî (Early Developments in Mathematical Economics (1983), pp. 78ff).Einaudi 5298. Goldsmithsí 18617. Kress B.4734.HBS 66553. $8,000

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        The Life, and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper, Esq. With an Introductory Letter to the Right Honourable Earl Cowper

      Chichester: Printed by J. Seagrave; for J. Johnson. 1803-1806. 4 vols. (including Supplementary Pages) in three, 4to, pp. [i-iii]-xii, not including (8) -- ÔContents,Õ bound after title-page, [1]-413; (8), [1]-422; (4), xxxi, [1]-416; (4), [1]-122, (24), with five plates and an engraving in the text by William Blake, second state of those in Vols. I and II (no second state for those in Vol. III), top cover of Vol. II with worm track, frontispiece to Vol. II slightly foxed, occasional browning in Vol. III and a worm track in the upper margin of the first few leaves, bound without half-titles, contemporary mottled calf, gilt borders to front and back covers, flat spines (not green) gilt in compartments with red lettering pieces in the second and fifth, a bit rubbed and worn, joints tender, the upper cover of Vol. III nearly detached; original blue silk bookmarks in all three vols.,ownership inscription in each vol. of Charlotte Beatty, that in the third vol. dated 1805. Good. First edition, and second state of the Ã’WeatherhouseÓ plate, the only illustration in the book designed and engraved by Blake, of which only a few examples are known in the first state. This plate, here present in a very good impression with the imprint quite clear, is almost always in the second state; three or four copies are known in the first state. The other 5 plates are engraved by Blake after designs by others. HayleyÕs position as the most respectable and considerable literary figure who had known Cowper made him the inevitable choice to write the definitive work. Blake was living with his wife at Felpham and she helped him make and print the engravings for their old friend and patron Hayley. & & Pencil inscription to front free endpaper reads: Ã’These three volumes were obtained from the family of the Rev. Wm Bull of Newport Pagnell, Friend of Cowper and Newton [see DNB]. Charlotte Beatty was the original owner of the books and she was a friend of this circle, and also well-known in that area, where alms houses were named in her honour.Ó& & Keynes, Grolier, 124; Bentley 468A; Essick XLIV (note that the entry in Easson and Essick (IV) is totally superseded by EssickÕs new research in the Commercial Book Illustrations).

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        The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (Principia)

      Printed for H.D. Symonds, 1803-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Rare second English-language edition of the Principia. London: H.D. Symonds, 1803. lx, 211 p. Frontispiece. 25 fold-out plates. Second English-language edition. (Also first complete edition in the English language.) Volume I only. Good condition. All plates present; plate xvi loose but present. Foxing to endpapers. Cloth at foot separating with a bit of fraying. Dampstain on frontis, tear in front free end paper, former owner's name penned on paste down and verso of title page. A solid copy.

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        Essay on the Principle of Population

      The Economics of PopulationMALTHUS, T[homas] R[obert]. An Essay on the Principle of Population; Or, a view of its past and present effects on Human Happiness; With an Inquiry into our prospects respecting the future removal or mitigation of the evils which it occasions. A new edition, very much enlarged. London: Printed for J. Johnson... by T. Bensley, 1803.Second edition, enlarged and revised. Quarto. viii, [4], 610 pp.Contemporary calf, skillfully rebacked to style and with corners renewed. Spine decoratively tooled in gilt compartments with burgundy morocco gilt lettering label. Endpapers renewed. Occasional light foxing. Title-page with publisher\'s diagonal paper flaw crease. Overall very good.A completely revised and greatly expanded edition of the most influential work on population ever written. Malthus published the first edition of his Essay in 1798, and was apparently unprepared for the torrent of controversy that his ideas provoked. His response to the public outcry was to spend the next five years refining and expanding his theories for this second edition, so much so that \"in its present shape, it may be considered a new work, and I should probably have published it as such, omitting the few parts of the former which I have retained, but that I wished it to form a whole of itself, and not to need a continual reference to the other.\" (preface)Malthus\' basic argument--that population increases geometrically at a greater rate than does the means of subsistence, which increases arithmetically--was one of the earliest modern economic and social theories, and his contention that it would eventually become necessary for society to impose some form of restraint on over-population provided the premise for heated socio-economic debate for almost two centuries.Kress B4701. See Printing and the Mind of Man 251.HBS 65276.$6,500

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        Travels

      - In two volumes. Tableau du Climat et du sol des etats-unis d’Amérique. Suivi d’éclaircissemens sur la Floride, sur la colonie Francaise au Scioto, sur quelques colonies Canadiennes et sur les Sauvages. Enrichi de quatre Planches gravées, dont deux Cartes Géographiques et une coupe figurée de la chute de Niagara. Courcier; Dentu, Paris, 1803. Contemporary full tree calf with decorative gilt surround to boards and spine in compartments two embellished with lavish gilt hatch pattern, crimson and dark green morocco title labels and decorative flat banding; speckled edges; 8vo. The First Edition. Half titles present in both volumes, two folding plates, two large folding maps, and the eight page ‘Vocabulaire de la langue des Miamis’.A lovely copy of this scarce first edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelles galantes et critiques -

      Chez Bertrandet, chez le même An XII - 1803 -, Paris, Avignon - 4 volumes. In-16 Reliure demi-basane verte. Dos lisse avec filets dorés. Intérieur propre. Chaque volume est orné d'un frontispice gravé en taille-douce, soit par Delignon, soit par Dorgez. Bel ensemble. Très rare édition originale de la traduction française des nouvelles licencieuses de ce conteur italien, établie par Louet de Chaumont, avocat et académicien des Arcades de Rome. Poète et romancier italien, né à Livourne en 1749 et mort en 1802, Domenico Batacchi fut l'auteur d'oeuvres diffamatoires et obscènes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of Prints, From Pictures Painted for the Purposes of Illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, By the Artists of Great-Britain. Elephant Folio. 2 Volumes. The Finest Set of Shakespeare Illustrations Ever Made

      London: John and Josiah Boydell, 1803 - Elephant folio, 70*52cm, wt: 17kg. Original full leather binding, elaborately gilt-decorated boards and spines, all edges gilt. With engraved frontispieces and vignettes for each volume and 96 full-page copperplate engravings (totaling 100 engravings) after works by the most eminent English artists, including Reynolds, Romney, Smirke, Stothard, Fuseli and Westall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La gymnastique de la jeunesse ou traitè élementaire des jeux d'exercice consideres sous le rapport de leur utilié physique.

      - Paris, Chez A. G. Debray, An XI (1803°. In-12, 280 pages. .et morale. Ouvrage orné de 30 gravures. reliure à a bradel plein papier vert empire, coiffes et coins émoussés, mors frottés. Bien complet de ses 30 planches en noir en hors-texte. petit manque de papier et de texte pages 123 (Le javelot et l'arc). Edition originale française de ce texte important pour le développement de l'éducation physique en France. Après les idées propagées par Rousseau, dans l'éducation, Amat et Jauffret avec Tissot, Londe, Bérard, Royer-Collard, Clias étaient ceux qui se sont impliqués dans le développement et la propagation de l'éducation physique telle qu'elle est conçue aujourd'hui. Gravures très interessantes sur la pratique de sports tels que l'équitation, l'escrime, le ski piste de luge, le volant, tir à l'arc ou à des jeux comme cache-cache, etc. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the Western Part of the Pacific Ocean; Composed from the Journals and Communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and Some of his officers, Who, In August 1783, Were There Shipwrecked, in the Antelope To Which Is Added a Supplement, Compiled from the Journals of the Panther and Endeavour, Two Vessels Sent by the Honourable East India Company to Those Islands in 1790

      London: Captain Henry Wilson. Very Good. 1803, 1803. 5th Edition (Large paper edition). Half Buckram. includes the first publication of the important supplement by J.P. Hockin with two additional plates; together 21 plates including frontispiece, large (13x22 inch) folding map, and 19 quarto plates. Lacks the elusive plate entitled "Views of the Land," having been stricken by binder. Newly bound in a half ( albeit cheap) morocco with weakened hinges. Striking engraved quarto plates. Occasional foxing. ; 9 1/2 " X 12 "; xvii [1]; 244; 72 pages; modern half-blue buckram over marbled boards; William Taylor's copy dated 1813 .

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        Costume of the Russian Empire

      London: William Miller. Good. 1803. First Edition. First edition with W. Elgar 1796 watermarked text. Ex (uncirculating) library, but with minimal markings (none external), none of which affect the plates or their margins. Half green morocco, marbled boards, ruled hubs. 73 nicely hand-colored lithographed plates.; Folio; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .

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        ORDENANZA QUE S.M. MANDA OBSERVAR EN EL SERVICIO DEL REAL CUERPO DE INGENIEROS.

      - Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1803, 12x20, 2 tomos: 24 hojas, 294 págs. y 479 págs. Encuadernados de época en plena pasta española con tejuelo, ruedas doradas en lomera, hierros en orla en planos y cantos. (52929).

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        The cession of the district of Matavai in the island of Otahaite to Capt. James Wilson for the use of the missionaries sent thither by that society in the ship Duff

      1803 - The cession of Matavai to Capt. Wilson. 1803. London. F. Bartolozzi, published for the benefit of the Missionary Society, by W. Jeffrys & Co. 535 mm x 745 mm. Lower margin with strong foxing and soiling, some minor loss; strong colour. A striking image showing Captain James Wilson accepting the island of Matavai (Tahiti) for the use of the London Missionary Society, as a result of their missionary expedition to the Island. In 1795 the LMS was established, plans to send an expedition to Tahiti were shortly put to action and as a result, 18 missionaries under Captain Wilson sailed towards the Pacific; in 1797 King Pomare (c. 1742 – 1803), first king of Tahiti and founder of the Pomare dynasty, granted the travellers the use of Matavai, however tensions soon appeared. As consequence to this, the mission lived until 1809, when the last of the missionaries left for Sidney. Wilson (1760 – 1814) brought the first missionaries aboard the Duff; he became the first to establish a mission in the South Seas. “He took notice of the London Missionary Society and offered his services to captain its ship, the Duff, on a voyage to deliver missionaries to South Pacific Islands” (Hill). The plate is not common; we haven’t been able to locate any having sold at auction (AE).

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        THE CITY OF NEW YORK IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK, NORTH AMERICA

      Springland, near Bristol, Pa.: Published by William Birch [and] William H. Morgan, 100 Arch Street, [Philadelphia], "1st January 1803" [but ca. 1820].. Copper engraving, handcolored. Sheet size: 21 7/8 x 28 5/8 inches. Expertly repaired tears and restoration to blank margin, else very good. A fine example of the third state of "the Birch View with the Picnic Party." "This rendering of New York from across the East River is a companion to William Birch's view of Philadelphia...and was issued by the artist to arouse interest in a projected series of views of New York, which never appeared. Birch explains in his unpublished autobiography...that he visited New York frequently in his endeavor to prepare an iconography of the city...'I took many turns to New York where I met with friendly reception and politeness. I had nearly completed a set of drawings of that city which I meant to publish as a companion Volume to the Philadelphia; but found profits of the undertaking was not equal to the expense of travelling and the support of my family.'" "The Drawing of New-York," wrote Birch in the promotional literature for the view, "is from the opposite shore of the Sound, as it appears from a great eminence, forming a chaste and grand subject, very similar to the choice of subject made use of by the celebrated Salvator Rosa; the Bay is seen, and the opposite bank of the North River over the busy town at sunset, contrasting in the foreground with the quiet grazing of a horse under the wreck of an ancient tree, upon a sequestered lawn on Long-Island." The description was included in a prospectus for the first edition of Birch's Philadelphia views. "In the second state of the engraving, a picnic party was substituted for the white horse, and other changes were made...[The present example is from the third state], similar to the second, but with the imprint of William H. Morgan...in this form the plate was reissued about 1820" - Deák. The view shows a family enjoying a picnic on Brooklyn Heights at a place that gives a nice panoramic view of Manhattan from the southeast and which shows all the major buildings of the City in 1802, the date depicted, beginning with the south end of the Battery on the left. Visible through the masts of the ship on the river is the steeple of Trinity Church (at the west end of Wall Street). Farther to the right are St. Paul's, St. George's, the Dutch Reformed Church, and numerous other prominent features. DEÁK, PICTURING AMERICA 245. PYNE COLLECTION (1912) 29. STAUFFER 2884. STOKES I, plate 77, pp.468-69. (all refs)

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        Naturschönheiten und Kunstanlagen der Stadt BAADEN in Österreich (Oesterreich) und ihrer Umgebungen, [von J. K. E. Hoser]

      - Wien and Baaden, [1803]. In-12 oblong, (4)-83-(1) pp., titre gravé et 6 gravures hors-texte, broché, plats recouverts de papier à la cuve (quelques rousseurs). * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. * Veuillez noter que le traitement et l'expédition des commandes passées en juillet et en août peut prendre plus de temps que d'habitude : merci de votre patience et de votre compréhension. * Langue : Français

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        Buch der Mütter oder Anleitung für Mütter ihre Kinde bemerken und reden zu lehren. Erstes Heft [all published]. Zürich und Bern in Comission bey Heinrich Geßner, Buchhändler, und in Tübingen, in der J.G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1803.

      - First edition of Pestalozzi's simplification of his pedagogical methods for use by the child's first teacher - the mother herself. Large parts of the book were edited by Pestalozzi's colleague Hermann Krüsli. 8vo, with the half title, xvi (mispaginated xiv), 164 pp., contemporary boards, sunned and worn at spine but binding still sound, printed paper label on upper cover, no stamps or inscriptions, a very clean copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the Western Part of the Pacific Ocean; Composed from the Journals and Communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and Some of his officers, Who, In August 1783, Were There Shipwrecked, in the Antelope To Which Is Added a Supplement, Compiled from the Journals of the Panther and Endeavour, Two Vessels Sent by the Honourable East India Company to Those Islands in 1790

      London: Captain Henry Wilson. Very Good. 1803, 1803. 5th Edition (Large paper edition). Half Buckram. includes the first publication of the important supplement by J.P. Hockin with two additional plates; together 21 plates including frontispiece, large (13x22 inch) folding map, and 19 quarto plates. Lacks the elusive plate entitled "Views of the Land," having been stricken by binder. Newly bound in a half ( albeit cheap) morocco with weakened hinges. Striking engraved quarto plates. Occasional foxing. ; 9 1/2 " X 12 "; xvii [1]; 244; 72 pages; modern half-blue buckram over marbled boards; William Taylor's copy dated 1813 .

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        Lehrbuch der pharmazeutischen Experimentalchemie nach der neueren Theorie. Zum Gebrauch für Ärzte und praktischen Apotheker und als Leitfaden zu Vorlesungen.

      Gottfried Vollmer,, Hamburg, Maynz, 1803 - Hamburg, Maynz, Gottfried Vollmer, 1803. 416 S- HLdr. d. Zt., mit geprägtem Rückenschildchen. 2. ganz umgearb. Aufl. Mit der gefalteten Tabelle. - Tintenfleck am Rand bis S. XXX, Gbrsp., Besitzvermerke a. fl. V. - Trommsdorff (1770 - 1837) war Sohn eines Apothekers in Erfurt. Er studierte an der Universität Erfurt. 1811 wurde er o. Professor und gründete zugleich eine chemisch-pharmazeutische Fabrik. T. gilt als Begründer einer wissenschaftlichen Pharmazie. Er gab von 1793 - 1817 das Journal der Pharmazie heraus. Er untersuchte zahlreiche Drogen und Mineralwässer, entdeckte, dass es sauerstofffreie Säuren gibt, nebenbei beschäftigte er sich mit chemischer Technologie, Physik und Minerallogie. Sein Briefwechsel mit fast allen bedeutenden, ungefähr 250 Chemikern seiner Zeit erscheint in der "Acta hstorica Leopoldina". (DBE) Deutsch HLdr. d. Zt., mit geprägtem Rückenschildchen. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Autograph Document Signed

      This influential Ohio politician, judge and educator -- originally from Connecticut and an acquaintance of George Washington -- helped to write and sign that state's Constitution; an ardent Abolitionist, he drafted the Constitution in such a way as to prohibit slavery in Ohio; later a trustee of Ohio University. ADS, 1p, 8" X 6½", Ames, Ohio, 1803 January 13. Good plus. Some edgewear and irregular mild age toning. An important regional document establishing the first teaching position in Ames Township, southern Ohio, signed by Cutler and six early settlers. Reads in full: "Whereas it being very essential to promote Virtue secure happiness both public and private that Schools and the means of Instructions Should be supported therefore we the subscribers agree to pay to Charles Cutler fourteen dollars per month for Teaching a school at Ames for the three Insuing months and will pay in proportion to each scholar we shall anex to our names the payments to be made to E Cutler in labour or produce at cash price Said E Cutler having become responsible to said Charles Cutler for the same." Cutler himself thus signs three times, twice in the text and once at the top of the list (along with "6 Scholar"). Six other Ames pioneers sign below him. In order: 1.) BENJAMIN BROWN (1745-1817), a "Minute Man" in the American Revolution who fought at Bunker Hill, captain in the Eighth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers; moved to Ames in 1799, a prominent local resident who held different township offices; father of General John Brown. 2.) GEORGE EWING, himself a former schoolteacher, had served in the Continental Army. 3.) RACHEL LENOX. 4.) BENJAMIN L. BROWN. 5.) SILVANUS AMES (1771-1823), "Judge Ames," a famed local jurist and the second sheriff of Ames County; long-time Ohio University trustee. 6.) WILLIAM GREEN. (Note that both a "Benja'n Brown" and a "Benja. L Brown" sign; given Benjamin Brown signs first after Cutler and just before Ewing, we believe that this first Brown is the reknowned Captain Brown.) Cutler and Ewing first set up this community in 1799, and along with Captain Brown and Judge Ames are considered the town's founding fathers. "Schools of an elevated character," Ephraim Cutler wrote elsewhere, "were soon established." In 1802 the first one-room school cabin was established on Cutler's property, with Charles Cutler -- A Harvard College graduate, presumably related to Ephraim -- as the first teacher. Hard currency was in notoriously short supply at the time, so payment "in labour or produce" would have been a typical arrangement. This document would appear to be hiring him for his second term there. A delightful and rare item establishing one of the region's first schools.

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        Developpemens des principes de la langue Arabe moderne, suivis d'un recueil de phrases, de traductions interlineaires, de proverbes arabes, et d'un essai de calligraphie orientale.

      Paris, Francoise-Jean Baudouin, 1803.. Folio (230 x 305 mm). (6), VII, (1), 254, (2) pp. With Baudouin's FJB cipher-monogram on t. p., 10 numbered engr. plates (5 folding), engr. calligraphic Arabic frontispiece, and 16 folding letterpress tables. Modern tanned sheepskin.. First and only edition of A. F. J. Herbin's (1783-1806) treatise on modern Arabic. Treats grammar, orthography, syntax and elocution, followed by several texts in Arabic with Latin translations: the fables of Luqman, excerpts from Abu Al-Fida's description of Egypt and Arabic proverbs. Includes the celebrated "Essay on Oriental Calligraphy" (illustrated with ten fine plates and the frontispiece), an early account of Islamic calligraphy with details on scripts and writing materials: "Cet ouvrage ne conserve une place dans la bibliotheque des orientalistes qu'a cause d'un 'Essai sue la calligraphie orientale', et des planches fort bien gravees qu'il renferme. Ces planches manquent dans plusieurs exemplaires" (Brunet). Auguste Francois Julien Herbin (1783-1806) was a promising orientalist whose plans to also publish an Arabic-French and French-Arabic dictionary remained unfulfilled due to his premature death. - Some soiling, otherwise a very good copy with all the plates. Untrimmed, preserving the deckles and point holes. - Schnurrer 147. Vater/Jülg 28. NYPL Arabia coll. 192. Arabic Books Printed in Europe (King Abdulaziz Public Library) 15. Brunet III, 110. Graesse III, 247. OCLC 7033701.

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        Return from Shooting

      Published by Colnaghi & Co, London 1803 - Colour printed stipple engraving with added hand colour. In good condition with the exception of being trimmed to the edge of the plate mark on the top and bottom margins. Skillfully mended tears in right and left margins. A wonderful hunting portrait of the Duke of Newcastle by the celebrated painter Francis Wheatley. Wheatley was born and trained in London, and in 1769 was one of the first students admitted to the newly founded Royal Academy. Although he initially practiced as a landscape painter, by the mid-1770s he had become a popular painter of small-scale portraits and informal 'conversation-pieces'. From the 1780s onwards, Wheatley turned increasingly to sentimental domestic scenes that were perfectly attuned to the genteel sensibilities of the period. Today he is generally remembered for his 'Cries of London', which depicted street vendors such as milkmaids, and fruit sellers engaged in their trade on the street sides. This series was a great success, and inspired a myriad of different engravings and copies by celebrated artists such as Johan Zoffany and J. G. Huck. Wheatley's pretty genre paintings of rural and domestic life were a great source of inspiration for contemporary engravers who reproduced his work with industrious vigor. The popularity of these engravings greatly enhanced Wheatley's reputation, and made him one of the most celebrated painters of his day. 'The Return from Shooting' appears to be one of Wheatley last known large group portraits, before he concentrated his artistic talents on decorative genre painting. Painted in 1788, the work is an accomplished portrait of the Duke of Newcastle and Colonel Litchfield just returned from a days hunt, and beautifully exhibits Wheatley's style of informal portraiture. Cf. Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.201; cf. Schwerdt III, p.34; Vesme & Calabi, Francesco Bartolozzi 2507; Webster, Francis Wheatley p. 100, p. 170 E80, state ii/ii.

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        Das neue Münzgebäude in Berlin.

      . Aquatinta v. Hoppe, dat. 1803, 14,5 x 19. Kiewitz, Nr. 631; Ernst, Hoppe F-1. - Seltene und schöne Darstellung. Zeigt das Münzgebäude am Werder'schen Markt, erbaut 1799 - 1800 an Stelle des abgebrannten Werder'schen Rathauses.

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        Das Interesse des Menschen und Burgers bei den bestehenden Zunftverfassungen

      Konigsberg: Goebbels und Unzer, 1803 First Edition. A very good copy; spine label partially abraded. 8vo.,.Statesman, statistician, and economist the author had an eminent career in public policy making and teaching. He was, for a time, the principal advisor to Hardenberg and present at Paris for the peace conference in 1813 as well as the Congress of Vienna. He was also responsible for the complete overhaul and modernization of the Prussian satistical bureau beginning in 1810. He was the author of several books on statistics as well as economics and law. The work offered here is his first publication. It is a detailed exposition of how the social and commercial maintenance of the guild system is an obstacle to the economic progress of the state and its populace. Given the author's proximity to the center of Prussian power and government it can be read as a 'map' for the future development of the German state under Prussian leadership after unification.

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        The Journal of] Andrew Ellicott, late commissioner on behalf of the United States during part of the year 1796, the years 1797, 1798, 1799, and part of the year 1800.

      Philadelphia: By Budd & Bartram for Thomas Dobson, 1803. - 4to., (10 ¼ x 8 inches). (Title page cropped, occasional staining throughout). 13 fine folding engraved maps and plans (some offsetting and spotting; one map has long tear). Contemporary quarter morocco, marbled boards, the smooth spine in six gilt-ruled compartments, gilt-lettered in one, ornaments in the rest (hinge split but holding, library label to spine, a bit worn overall). Provenance: Contemporary manuscript ownership inscription and pen trials of Thomas Hunter Forest; ink stamp of the New Jersey Historical Society scattered throughout). First edition. Ellicott was a civil engineer "commissioned to mark the boundaries of different states, including Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. In 1785 he removed to Baltimore and served in the Maryland legislature. Washington selected him in 1789 to survey the land lying between Pennsylvania and Lake Erie, and he also made during that year the first accurate measurement of the Niagara river from lake to lake, computing the height of the falls and the descent of the rapids. In 1790 he was appointed by the general government to survey and lay out the city of Washington and two years later was given the rank of surveyor-general. In 1795 he superintended the construction of Fort Erie at Presque Isle, now Erie, Pa., and surveyed the sites of Erie, Warren and Franklin. In the following year Washington appointed him U. S. commissioner to locate the boundary between the United States and Spanish possessions, under the treaty of San Lorenzo el Real, and the results of this survey, which occupied nearly five years, he described in his 'Journal' (1803). He was then appointed secretary of the Pennsylvania land office by Gov. McKean, and resigned in 1808. On Sept. 1, 1813, he became professor of mathematics at West Point, retaining the position until his death" (National Cyclopaedia of American Biography). A contemporary pencil notation in this copy calls Ellicott "a faithful officer and a [sic] honest man" (p. 269). For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department. Bookseller Inventory #72MMS118. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Coming from Market Revenant du Marché Pl.[ate the] 3rd; Returned from Market De Retour du Marché Pl.[ate the] 4th

      Morgan & Pierce and C. Josi of Amsterdam, London 1803 - A pair of colour printed mezzotints with additional hand-colouring. In good condition apart from some spotting and browning in margins. A handsome pair of Wheatley rural scenes. Wheatley was born and trained in London, and in 1769 was one of the first students admitted to the newly founded Royal Academy. Although he initially practiced as a landscape painter, by the mid 1770s he had become a popular painter of small-scale portraits and informal 'conversation-pieces'. From the 1780s onwards, Wheatley turned increasingly to sentimental domestic scenes that were perfectly attuned to the genteel sensibilities of the period. Today he is generally remembered for his Cries of London, which depicted street vendor such as milkmaids, and fruit sellers engaged in their trade on the street sides. This series was a great success, and inspired a myriad of different engravings and copies by celebrated artists such as Johan Zoffany and J. G. Huck. Wheatley's pretty genre paintings of rural and domestic life were a great source of inspiration for contemporary engravers who reproduced his work with industrious vigor. The popularity of these engravings greatly enhanced Wheatley's reputation, and made him one of the most celebrated painters of his day. Francis Wheatley produced four images for the '.Market' series, all of which were mezzotinted by Annis and published in April 1803. Wheatley was perhaps the most sensitive of the genre painters to the compositional qualities of his pictures as opposed to their social significance or moral content. In both of these scenes, the enjoyment is derived purely from the balance of colours and the perfect placement of the handsome figures in space. The feelings of the participants are matters of indifference, they are only, as 20th century artists would later assert, forms and colours. And these he brings to life in a highly enjoyable way. His attachment to a purely visual aesthetic is hinted at by the horse's eye more or less in the center of "Return from Market" that looks straight at the viewer in a bold and unexpected way. Roberts, F. Wheatley, R.A. His Life and Work p.45 (the first incorrectly titled 'Going to Market').

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        Analyse des Opinions Diverses sur L'origine De l'Imprimerie. Lue à La Séance De L'Institut National Le 2 Floréal An 10

      1803. Paris, Baudouin & Renouard, Primaire An XI (1803). Halftitle, title, 138pp. Uncut. Contemporary pink marbled boards. (some foxing throughout) First separate publication of this work which formed a paper read before the Institut National des Sciences et Arts, and was first printed in the fourth volume of its Mémoires (1802). Daunou was born August 18, 1761, at Boulogne-sur-Mer. He was admitted a brother of the Oratorians in 1777. From his youth up he was distinguished for his exemplary piety, his studious habits, and his receptive mind. He passed through the stormy days of the French revolution, and was arrested and thrown into prison, but was soon acquitted. Subsequently he rose to great eminence, and was made a peer of France in 1839. Some years before, he had been appointed "Garde générale des Archives du royaume", and has special opportunities of pursuing his studies in biography and literary history, to which he devoted many years. He contributed no less than seventy memoires to the "Biographie Universelle", among them being the lives of several eminent printers. He died June 1840. [B&W].

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        Digte. Orig. udg.

      . Kbhvn. 1803. Med kobberstukket titelblad. (4) + 304 + (2) s. + Axel og Valborg. Et Sörgespil. Orig. udg. Kbhvn. 1810. Med kobberstukket titelblad. VIII + 172 s. + Nordiske Digte. Orig. udg. Kbhvn. 1807. Med kobberstukket titelblad. XXXIV + (2) + 423 + (1) s. Indb. i et samt. svensk hlvldrbd. med farvet skindtitelfelt. Navn p.fribl. * "Digte" med trykfejlsliste med 4 trykfejl. Liebenberg s. 11. "Nordiske Digte" med trykfejlsliste med 22 trykfejl..

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        Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper. By William Hayley.

      - Chichester: J. Seagrave, 1803-04. 3 vols., 4to, (2), xii, (8), 413; (4), 424; (6), xxxi, 416 pages. With 5 plates and an engraving in the text, one designed and engraved by Blake, the others engraved by Blake after other artists. Old diaper calf rebacked, new labels, a good set. Second edition, final state of the Ã’WeatherhouseÓ plate designed by Blake. HayleyÕs position as the most respectable and considerable literary figure who had known Cowper made him the inevitable choice to write the definitive work. Blake was living with his wife at Felpham and she helped him make and print the engravings for their old friend and patron Hayley. Bentley, Blake Books, 468 A. Easson & Essick I, VII. Bound in at the end is another book entitled: Cowper, illustrated by a Series of Views, in, or near, The Park of Weston-Underwood, Bucks. London: 1803, published by Vernor and Hood and with an engraved title and 12 plates by Storer and Greig. This added text has nothing to do with Blake and only relates to William Cowper.

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        News about the Louisiana Purchase from New Orleans, Louisiana, Spain, and France

      Twelve complete issues of the Pittsburgh weekly, ?The Tree of Liberty,? April 2 ?" July 30, 1803. Each regular issue is 4p, 10.75? x 17? ?" ?extra? issues are 2p with a special smaller sized February 20, 1802 ?Extra,? 2p, 8.5? x 10.5?. Articles and advertisements. Minor flaws and marginal tears, separation of pages, including light soiling, creases, and marginal wear. Very Good condition.In Pittsburgh, during the Summer of 1803, Meriwether Lewis oversaw construction of a keelboat, then picked up William Clark and other recruits as he traveled down the Ohio River, eventually reaching St. Louis for the start of their expedition of the newly purchased Louisiana Territory.February 20, 1802 Extra. ?Extract of a letter from a respectable commercial house at Havre to their Correspondent in this city, dated December 18, 1801. ?It is with pleasure we inform you that the intercourse between France and Louisiana is on the point of becoming very frequent by the exchange, which is about to be

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        FEMALE BIOGRAPHY; or memoirs of illustrious and celebrated women of all ages and countries. Alphabetically arranged

      London:: Richard Phillips,, 1803.. First Edition. 6 volumes. 12mo, xxvi, 316; [ii], 404; [ii], 444; [ii], 504; [ii], 527; [ii], 476, [ii]. Bound without half-titles in modern calf backed boards, little foxing, ex-library with an ink numeral on the verso of the title-page. A very good copy of a scarce set. Mary Hays (1760-1843) was a feminist and radical, daughter of Rational Dissenters, born in London. Hays met Wollstonecraft in 1792 and William Godwin provided counseling as she worked on her Memoirs of Emma Courtney (1796). MH's views and her depiction of her own unrequited love ... made her a favorite target for savage reactionary abuse ... She defended Godwin in The Monthly Magazine 1796-7 ... and her Appeal to the Men of Great Britain in Behalf of the Women, 1798 deplores perpetual babyism and urges vocational ... training and financial independence ... [Her] Female Biography, 1803, treats heroines before Wollstonecraft, whom MH tended on her death-bed and praised in obituaries[Blain p. 504]. In the work, Hays offers an 8-page introduction of her own appraisal of the lives and works of feminists before Wollstonecraft. She includes notices of Joan d'Arc, Mary Astell, Aphara (sic) Behn, Anne Boleyn, Antoinette Bourignon, Anne Bradstreet, Susanna Centlivre, Mary Chapone, Sarah Fielding, Katherine Phillips, etc.

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        Taquigrafia Castellana o Arte de Escribir con tanta velocidad como se habla, con la misma claridad que la escritura comun. Segunda ediccion: corregida y aumentada por el mismo autor, con varias observaciones hechas desde el primer cuso hasta la Presente.

      - (1803). Second illustrated edition, (Madrid), imprenta de la viuda de Vallin, calle de Bordadores, 1813. 88pp + 12 plates. In a hcalf binding. Marbled bds. (bds rubbed & damaged, but repaired). Decorated spine (rubbed). (2nd flyleaf has a small tear). On an early system of stenography, specifically devised for the Spanish phonetics. The author, a member of the Economical Society of Madrid and of the Academy of San Fernando, proposes a syllabic system of transcription, whereas the systems previously elaborated were literar. In the introduction the author discusses in detail the stenographic methods elaborated in England and France and their drawbacks concerning their application to the Spanish language. The last paragraph discusses the form of the pens conceived by Marti for his tachygraphic system. These pens are depicted on plate 12. Of this title several editions as well as a translation into Portuguese were published.

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        Dover, The Castle & part of the Town seen from the North Pier Head. Douvres. Le Château et partie de la Ville. To J. Spencer Smith Esqr. F.R.S. F.S.A. One of the Representatives in Parliament of the ancient Town & Cinque Port. This view taken from an original Drawing in his Collection is respectfully inscribed by Edwd. Orme

      Edward Orme, London 1803 - A very fine proof impression of this rare view of the harbour, town and castle at Dover. John Thomas Serres, elder son of the marine painter Dominic Serres "was born in December 1759, and followed his father's profession. He was for some time drawing-master to a marine school at Chelsea. In 1780 he began to exhibit at the Royal Academy, sending two water-colour views and a painting of Sir George Rodney engaging the Spanish squadron. In 1790 he went to Italy, visiting Paris, Lyons, Marseilles, Genoa, Pisa, Florence, and Rome, where he passed five months, and then proceeded to Naples. In 1793 he succeeded his father as marine-painter to the king, and was also appointed marine draughtsman to the admiralty. In the latter capacity he was frequently employed in making sketches of the harbours on the enemy's coast, and had a vessel appointed for his service, receiving 100£ a month when on duty. He also contributed regularly (chiefly shipping and marine subjects) to the exhibitions of the Royal Academy till 1808. In 1801 he published a translation of The Little Sea-torch, a guide for coasting ships, illustrated by a large number of coloured aquatints, and in 1805 his Liber Nauticus, or instructor in the art of marine-drawing ." ( DNB ). Aquatint, coloured by hand, engraved 'under the direction of Edwd. Orme', marked 'proof' in lower right corner (small expert repairs to margins). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Louisiana Purchase Treaty as printed in a Republican newspaper, The Tree of Liberty, established by John Israel, a Jew and target of anti-Semitic attacks by his Federalist opponents

      The November 5, 1803 edition of The Tree of Liberty (Pittsburgh: Printed and Published by John Israel), four pages, 10.5" x 17.25". Print light on page one, minor wear along margins and mid-fold, spine separation not quite complete. Very good condition. The Franco-American Treaty ceding Louisiana to the United States. The first page features the full text of the "TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND AMERICA AND THE FRENCH REPUBLIC" that had been ratified by the Senate in October 1803, and reads, in small part: "The President of the United States of America and the First Consul of the French Republic in the name of the French People desiring to remove all Source of misunderstanding relative to objects of discussion mentioned in the second and fifth articles of the Convention of the 8th Vendmiaire an. 9, (30th September, 1800) relative to the rights claimed by the United States, in virtue of the Treaty concluded at Madrid the 27th of October, 1795, between his Catholic Majesty & the

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        Thomas Jefferson's Third State of the Union Message as printed in a Republican newspaper established by John Israel, a Jew and target of anti-Semitic attacks by his Federalist opponents

      The October 29, 1803 edition of The Tree of Liberty (Pittsburgh: Printed and Published by John Israel), four pages, 10.5" x 17.25". Some marginal wear including light chips and tears, expected folds with partial separation at spine.Louisiana dominates this issue of Pittsburgh's Republican newspaper and features the full text of Jefferson's third State of the Union address, given early to win support for the approval of the Louisiana Purchase. Jefferson opens, "In calling you together, fellow citizens, at an earlier day than was contemplated by the act of the last session of Congress, I have not been insensible to the personal inconveniences necessarily resulting from an unexpected change in your arrangements, but matters of great public concernment have rendered this call necessary, and the interests you feel in these will supersede in your minds all private considerations. Congress witnessed at their late session the extraordinary agitation produced in the public mind by the suspension of our

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