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        The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets; with Critical Observations on their Works. A New Edition, Corrected

      Printed for Benjamin Johnson and Samuel F. Bradford, Coale & Oliver, Printers, Philadelphia 1803 - First American edition. First edition was published 1779-81. 2 vols. 8vo. Shaw and Shoemaker 4455 Contemporary calf, red morocco gilt labels and gilt rules on spines (rules are not placed the same on both volumes). Some rubbing and scuffing, careful and skilfull restoration, some browning and spotting of text, blank and endpaper at back of second volume cut. In a brown cloth open end case First American edition. First edition was published 1779-81. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Notice sur Montpellier.

      A Montpellier, chez Renaud, an XI (1803). - in-8. 2ff. 58pp. (1f.blanc). Broché, couverture d'origine en papier décoré. Edition Originale de l'un des premiers guides touristiques de Montpellier. Plusieurs fois réimprimé, il contient entre autres des remarques sur le patois, les danses populaires et le jardin des plantes de cette ville. Descendant du célèbre botaniste Pierre Richer de Belleval (1558-1625), l'auteur Charles de Belleval, herboriste à Montpellier, écrivit plusieurs ouvrages de botanique languedocienne. Exemplaire non rogné portant au contreplat un envoi de l'auteur: "A Madame Barthez de la part de l'auteur" (probablement l'épouse du célèbre médecin). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Reise über den Sund.

      Tübingen J G Cotta 1803 - Kl.8°. 1 Bl., 334 S. Mit 1 gef. Tafel. Pappband der Zeit Krauß I/320. Holzm.-Boh. III/11543. Fischer I/410. Kosch VIII/1087. Erstausgabe. Selten. - (Johann) Georg Kerner (Ludwigsburg 1770-1812 Hamburg) war der ältere Bruder von Justinus Kerner. Schon während er an der Karlsakademie Medizin studierte, begeisterte er sich für die Ideen der Französ. Revolution. "Über Straßburg kam er dann nach Paris und sandte von hier Berichte an deutsche Blätter. Die häßliche Wirklichkeit kühlte die Begeisterung des Idealisten rasch ab. (.) Er begründete 1802 in Hamburg eine Zeitschrift "Der Nordstern", die wegen ihrer feindlichen Haltung gegen Napoleon bald unterdrückt wurde." Das vorliegende Buch ist ein Bericht über einen Aufenthalt in Kopenhagen und Schweden. Kerner ließ sich danach als Arzt in Hamburg nieder. (Krauß). - Einband an den Kanten beschabt, bestoßen und stärker wasserfleckig. Alter Namenszug auf fliegendem Vorsatz. Gewicht (Gramm): 500 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Leben des Benvenuto Cellini, florentinischen Goldschmieds und Bildhauers, vom ihm selbst geschrieben. Uebersetzt und mit einem Anhange herausgegeben von Goethe. 2 Bände.

      Tübingen, J. G. Cotta, 1803. - Erste vollständige dt. Ausgabe; Vorabdrucke waren in den „Horen" erschienen. - Die Autobiographie Cellinis, zwischen 1558 und 1566 entstanden, wurde erst 1728 erstmals gedruckt. Goethe übertrug das Werk nach der englischen Übertragung von Nugent ins Deutsche. - Einbände beschabt u. bestoßen. Vorsätze in den Ecken leimschattig. Name („Stürgkh") am ersten Vorsatzblatt. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Goedeke IV/3, 316, 46; Hagen 286; Kippenberg 380. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Mit einem gest. Titelportrait u. einem gest. Titel. 316 S., 4 Bll.; 1 Bl., 334 S., Grüne HLdr.-Bde. d. Zt. m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückentiteln. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Meine Lieblingsbilder/ Album Für Liebigbilder/ Liebig Bilderalbum Liebig- Bilder

      , Leinen Sehr gut VOLLSTÄNDIG! KOLLATIONIERT! Alle Bilder sauber und UNBESCHÄDIGT! Solider gestalteter Leineneinband, Titelblatt, 1 doppelseitiges illustriertes Blatt für Musterbilder der Serien, 1 doppelseitiges \"Verzeichnis der Serien\"-Blatt. Inhalt 60 Serien, je à 6 Bilder (jedes Bild/Chromolithographie 10,5 x 7 cm), insgesamt 360 Bilder, LÜCKENLOS. 1. Ännchen von Tharau (unbetitelt!)/ 2. Ostergebräuche/ 3. Sindbad der Seefahrer/ 4. Johann Strauss/ 5. Verdi/ 6. Norwegische Fjordlandschaften/ 7. Italienische Seen/ 8. Parlamente/ 9. Die Butter/ 10. Onkel Toms Hütte/ 11. Delicatessen aus Meeren und Flüssen/ 12. Aus dem japanischen Leben/ 13. Das Thier in der Kunst/ 14. Bilder aus Rumänien/ 15. Gasthäuser/ 16. Schmertterlingsjagd/ 17. Jugendzeit/ 18. Bekannte Binnenseen/ 19. Bilder aus Serbien/ 20. Bilder aus Korea/ 21. Bilder aus Abessinien/ 22. Altertumssagen (unbetitelt)/ 23. Zeitenwechsel/ 24. Erntegebräuche/ 25. Tänze verschiedener Zeiten/ 26. Giftpflanzen/ 27. Giftschlangen/ 28. Physikalische Spielereien/ 29. Buchstaben \"Liebig\" (unbetitelt)/ 30. Farben/ 31. Farben des Regenbogens/ 32. Geschichte des Weihnachtsbaumes/ 33. Genrebilder/ 34. Drachenabenteuer/ 35. Silhouetten/ 36. Pfingstgebräuche/ 37. Deutsche Schlösser (unbetitelt)/ 38. Volkslieder/ 39. Die 7 Raben und die treue Schwester/ 40. Sternbilder/ 41. Gletscher (unbetitelt!)/ 42. Denkmäler berühmter Feldherren/ 43. Denkmäler berühmter Gelehrter/ 44. Frauengestalter aus Wagners Opern/ 45. Brauttrachten/ 46. Wetter (unbetiltet) /47. Nester (Vögel)/ 48. Schneeweisschen u. Rosenrot/ 49. Brüderchen u. Schwesterchen/ 50. Unsere Grossmütter/ 51. Damen-Moden/ 52. Episoden aus der Geschichte Belgiens/ 53. dito (2ter Teil)/ 54. Berühmte Italienische Rathäuser/ 55. Krieger (unbetitelt)/ 56. Der Troubadour (Verdi)/ 57. Parsifal (Wagner)/ 58. Aus altfranzösischer Zeit/ 59. Der Trompeter von Sakkingen/ 60. Landpartie. Eine Rarität in sehr gutem Zustand! +++ Liebigbilder sind Sammelbilder, beigefügt zu den Produktpackungen von Liebigs Fleischextrakt. Der Fleischextrakt wurde nach dem deutschen Chemiker Justus von Liebig (1803/1873) benannt. Die ersten Liebigbilder erschienen um 1875 in Paris, als die Liebig Extract dort ein eigenes Werbebüro einrichtete. Ihre direkten Vorläufer sind sogenannte Stuhlbilder (ab 1874), kleine bunt bedruckte Quittungskärtchen mit dezentem Werbeaufdruck, die man erhielt, wenn man in den Pariser Parks einen gepachteten Stuhl oder eine Bank benutzte. Die frühesten Liebigbilder wurden zwar als Serien zu 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 und in einem Fall zu 24 Bildern gedruckt, aber zumeist einzeln abgegeben. Die geschlossene Abgabe ganzer Serien begann vermutlich ab 1880. Nun bestand eine Serie fast immer aus 6 Bildern im Format 110 x 70 mm. Bis etwa 1930 durfte der weiße gläserne Extrakttopf mit dem Schriftzug Liebigs auf den Bildern nicht fehlen (aus Wikipedia). +++ 27,5 x 27,2 Cm, 1,8 kg. +++ Stichwörter: Liebigbilder Sammelbilder- Album Reklamekunst Sammeln Ephemera Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        I-FUKYU IKE NO TAIGA GAFU

      1803 - [EHON] I-Fukyu & Ike no Taiga. I-FUKYU IKE NO TAIGA GAFU. Kyoto & Edo: Maruya Gempachiro & Suharaya Mohei. Kyowa 3 [1803]. 27.2 x 18.2 cm. Blue paper covers, string-bound Japanese-style, fukuro-toji. Original printed paper title labels. Follows the copy at Mitchell 307, save that the ordering of the prefatory and final materials seems to follow the order of the copy found at Odin 143. Worn covers and abraded title labels, some repaired, mostly marginal, worming inside. Still a more than serviceable copy of this lovely book. The famous Nanga artist Ike no Taiga has a volume to himself, accompanying the volume dedicated to the Chinese artist I-Fukyu. To my eye, Taiga's wonderful whimsy and pictorial variety carry the day. Printed in black and white throughout. The book deserves a wider audience than it has received to date.

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        KAKUCHU^ ENPU

      1803 - [EHON] Saito Shuho, artist. KAKUCHU ENPU. N.P.,N.D. Orihon, 9 3/4 x 6 5/8 inches, in worn green silk covers with the original title label. 12 double page images from Shuho's masterpiece of humor, his kyoka anthology KISHI ENPU, are here reproduced from the original 3 volume set published in 1803, This version was most probably printed about the turn of the century in late Meiji, reproducing the preface, but not the poems. In color woodblock. Nicely done, albeit only a faint shadow of the original work, it captures some of its infectious good fun. Very good condition.

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        Essai sur la physiognomie, destiné A faire Connoìtre l'Homme & à le faire Aimer. Par Jean Gaspard Lavater, citoyen de Zurich et Ministre du St. Evangile. Première - quatrième Partie. (Motto:) Dieu créa l'Homme à son Image.

      La Haye, (Imprimé chez Jacques van Karnebeek) resp. chez I. van Cleef, (1781)-1803. - 4 Bde. Gr.-4°. Mit 193 Kupfertafeln und zahlr. Vignetten von Schellenberg, Lips, Holzhalb, Chodowiecki u.a. Kalbleder d. Zt. mit je 2 roten Rückenschildchen, Goldfileten und etwas Rückenvergoldung, Goldschnitt. Weigelt 274.35 - 274.37 und 274.39; Engelmann 107 ff.; Cohen 606; Lonchamp 1751. - Erste Ausgabe in französischer Sprache. Der Text wurde neu bearbeitet und von Mme. de la Fite, H. Refner und Mme. Caillard übersetzt, der Druck erfolgte auf Lavaters Kosten. Die Kupfer sind nur zum geringen Teil Kopien nach denen der deutschen Ausgabe, die meisten sind neu. - Schönes breitrandiges Exemplar. Die Einbände mit etlichen Mängeln, Rücken und Kanten hinterlegt, zwei Deckel lose. In Band 4 fehlt der Avis au relieur. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Chronological History Of The Discoveries in The South Sea or Pacific Ocean. Parts I & II bound Together.

      Printed By Luke Hansard, London 1803 - pp xii, 391, 482. Part I: Commencing with an Account of the earliest Discovery of that Sea by Europeans, And terminating with the Voyage of Sir Francis Drake, in 1579. Part II: From the Year 1579, to the Year 1620. Complete with 16 folding plates/maps and other illustrations. Very good half calf and marbled boards. A handsome book. Will require additional postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Titan. 4 Bde. Komischer Anhang zum Titan. 2 Bde.

      Berlin, Matzdorff, 1800-1803. - Gebunden in 6 Bdn. Kl.-8°. Mit 4 gest. Titeln. Bde. 1-4 HPergt. des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, Anhang: HLdr.d.Zt. m. RSchild. u. leichter RVerg., (leicht beschabt). Erste Ausgaben. - Berend/Krogoll 13a und 14; Goedeke V, 464, 14. - "Ach möcht' es mein Titan so klar darstellen, als es in mir steht, daß die ganze idealische Welt nur vom innern, nicht vom äussern Menschen betreten und beschauet werden kan" (Jean Paul in einem Brief an Emilie von Berlepsch). - Ohne die 8 Seiten Vorrede zum 2. Band. Vor- u. Nachsatz des Anhangs etw. leimschattig, sonst gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        FLORA BOREALI - AMERICANA

      Paris 1803 - FLORA BOREALI - AMERICANA. Paris: 1803. 2 volumes, 51 plates. 3/4 red leather stamped in gold with old professional repairs, marbled boards and endpapers, attractive bookplate in each volume, faint embossure to each title page, plates fine, in 1/2 morocco clamshell box, handsome. Protected by clear acid-free mylar dust jackets. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA REPUBLIQUE ITALIENNE DIVISEE EN SES DEPARTEMENTS FEUILLE PREMIER LES DEPARTEMENTS D'OLONA ET D'AGOGNA.

      1803. Rara ed imponente carta raffigurante i territori dei Dipartimento d'Agogna, dell'Olona e di parte di quello del Lario. In bella e vivace coloritura coeva.Bibliografia: IGM (Catalogo ragionato...1934), n. 54; Aliprandi, vol. I, p. 247

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        Laguna di Cavallino oggi chiamata la Falconera

      1803 - Grande cabreo di mm 900 x 1870 su carta forte veneziana in bella coloritura d’epoca, datato 1803. Questa grande pianta catastale descrive quella porzione di Laguna Sud di fronte al paese del Cavallino contenuta tra il Canale Pordelio e il Ramo di Piave Vecchia, con le proprietà e gli edifici nella zona palustre. 19mo secolo

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        An Essay concerning Human Understanding. To which are now Added, An Analysis of Mr. Locke's Doctrine of Ideas, on a large Sheet; A Defence of Mr. Locke's Opinion concerning Personal Identity, with an Appendix; A Treatise on the Conduct of the Understanding; Some Thought concerning Reading and Study for a Gentleman; Elements of natural Philosophy; A New Method of a Common-place Book. Extracted from the Author's Works. To which is prefixed The Life of the Author

      Boston: Printed by David Carlisle for Thomas & Andrews, Joseph Nancrede, William P. & Lemuel Blake, West & Greenleaf, James White & Co., John West, and Caleb Bingham, 1803. First American from the twentieth London edition. The first American complete edition, an abridged version having been published in Boston in 1794. Folding table at front. 3 vols. 12mo. Contemporary tree sheep, red morocco labels. Rubbed, spine of first volume worn, upper joints cracking, some chipping of spines, browning and offsetting of text, signatures of Chileah B. Merrick. Brown cloth open-end case. A good copy of this cornerstone of American policy. First American from the twentieth London edition. The first American complete edition, an abridged version having been published in Boston in 1794. Folding table at front. 3 vols. 12mo. In 18th century America, as it was the age of reason and Enlightenment, the colonists needed the justification or rationalization of their disagreement and resultant actions with England, citing their immutable rights as Englishmen and quoting the basic English institutions. As the "philosopher of the Enlightenment" Locke's theories and writings were seized upon by the colonists, especially with Locke's "doctrine of natural rights," his theories on "life, liberty and property," religious toleration and proper representation in government. His writings gave the colonist a firm foundation upon which to base many of their statements. To Locke goes much of the credit for many of the ideas forming the Virginia Declaration of Rights drafted by George Mason. Many of the other states used that constitution as a basis for their own. Locke's advocacy of a "laissez faire" economic policy was shared by Jefferson who agreed with the idea that the "government is best which governs least" (Cohen "American Thought" p. 132). The conclusion reached in the "Essay" "that though knowledge must necessarily fall short of complete comprehension, it can at least be 'sufficient'; enough to convince us that we are not at the mercy of pure chance, and can of some extent control our own destiny" summarizes American intent and beliefs. Attig "John Locke" pp. 40-41; Boring "History of Experimental Psychology." pp. 170 ff; PMM 164 (for the 1690 first edition); Roback "A History of Psychology and Psychiatry" pp. 33 ff; Shaw and Shoemaker 4533; Library Company of Philadelphia "First American Editions" 6, which quotes Franklin as describing is as "the best Book of Logick in the World" Not in Yolton

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        Statuts et Règlemens de la L:. de Saint-Jean sous le titre distinctif de la Parfaite Union, à l'O:. de Valenciennes

      (Valenciennes), de l'imprimerie de la L.:, 5803, (1803), in 12, de 93pp. 2ff. blancs, IIpp. de table & 6pp. pour le tableau des membres de la Loge, cart. moderne papier marbré bleu genre ancien, pièce de titre triangulaire au 1er plat, bel exemplaire sur papier bleuté. Très rare, cela semble être la 2e édition des statuts et du tableau des membres de cette célèbre loge de Valenciennes, une des plus anciennes loges fondées en province avec l'Anglaise de Bordeaux. Elle a la particularité de se revendiquer comme loge anglaise et écossaise fondée par la Grande Loge de Londres en 1733. La liste des membres contient les noms, fonctions, grades (Ecoss., Me P., S.P.R.C.,) adresse, et profession. ¶ Fesch p. 1309 "Tableau de 6pp. folioté à part" - Inconnu de Wolfstieg - Kloss p.385 - Pas dans Dorbon - Le Bihan L. & Chap. de la G.L. & du G.O. p.248

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        Letters on the Elementary Principles of Education

      Alexandria, VA: Printed by Cotton & Stewart, for Samuel Bishop, 1803. First American edition, "from the Second London Edition". xviii, [19]-434; vi, [7]-451, [3]pp. 2 vols. 12mo. Mis- matched contemporary American calf. VG. First American edition, "from the Second London Edition". xviii, [19]-434; vi, [7]-451, [3]pp. 2 vols. 12mo. The first and second editions were published in Bath, with subsidiary London imprints. Perhaps the Belfast-born novelist. poet and essayists most widely read non-literary work, offering "detailed theoretical explorations of how children learn ... [this work owes] at least as much to the philosophical theories of John Locke as it does to the era's standard conduct-book advice on girls' education" - DNBShe was one of the earliest British pioneers of the theories of Pestalozzi and much admired by Maria Edgeworth. NCBEL III:729; Shaw & Shoemaker 4328; OCLC: 53169618

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        Atlas géographique et statistique de la France divisé en 108 départements, dont les cartes respectives, placées en regard d'un texte très-détaillé, ont été exécutées sous la direction du c[itoy]en Brion père géographe...

      Paris, chez l'éditeur Brion fils, De l'imprimerie d'Hocquart, (1803), in 4° à l'italienne, de 5ff. CII-VIpp. 1f.bl. 120pp., ill de 109 cartes gravées et coloriées, demi-vélin vert époque à coins. Bon exemplaire. Edition originale de cet atlas de la France, incluant les départements créés à l'occasion des conquêtes impériales : Allemagne, Belgique, Pays-Bas, Italie, Savoie, Espagne, Suisse. ¶ Quérard fr. litt. I. 515 (daté de 1803)

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        History of the Maroons, from Their Origin to the Establishment of Their Chief Tribe at Sierra Leone: Including the Expedition to Cuba, for the Purpose of Securing Spanish Chasseurs, and the State of the Island of Jamaica for the Last Ten Years; with a Succinct History of the Island Previous to That Period

      London: Longman and Rees, 1803. 1st ed. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 vols. frontises, 1 (of 2) folding maps, cxiv, 359, xi, 514p. plus [1]p. errata and [1]p. publisher's advertisements. Attractive recent quarterbinding (marbled boards backed in dark brown leather). 22cm. Small hole replaced on both title-pages where the first name of a former owner was removed (the last name, still present, is "Scarlett"). A tiny bit of foxing. Two marginal tears on last leaf of text in Vol. I. Has the folding map of the Seat of the Maroon War but lacks the large general map of Jamaica. Bound in after the title-leaf in Vol. I is a four-page of this book extracted from the June 1803 London Review -- the review, detailed and largely favorable, was apparently concluded in a later issue.

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        The New England Primer, Improved; Or, an Easy and Pleasant Guide to the Art if Reading. To Which is Added, The Assembly's Catechism

      Boston: Manning & Loring, ca. 1803. 32mo. Unpaginated (32 leaves) Original boards, leather spine and wooden boards the whole covered in blue paper. Illustrated with woodcuts. Ownership inscription dated 1815 on the front blank.The paper has worn off part of the spine area else this is in very good condition with less that the usually seen spotting to the paper. The approximate date of publication is form the Lilly Library copy which collates with this copy. Manning & Loring operated in Boston from 1796 to 1815 (thereafter only Loring) so this could date as early as 1786 or as late as 1815, Housed in a protective case. Very good.

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        LA REPUBLIQUE ITALIENNE DIVISEE EN SES DEPARTEMENTS.

      Italia settentrionale 1803 - Rara ed imponente carta della Repubblica Cisalpina, in bella e vivace coloritura coeva. Nel decorativo cartiglio nell'angolo in alto a destra sono riportati i dodici dipartimenti ed i capoluoghi dei quarantasei distretti.Bibliografia: Marinelli, n. 1421; Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1064; IGM (Catalogo ragionato?1934), n.53. Aliprandi, vol. I, p. 246 mm 485x603

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        De L'Esprit Des Lois

      Paris: Didot, Paris. boards. "In many ways one of the most remarkable works of the Eighteenth Century" Printing and The Mind of Man 197 5 volumes marbled paper over boards, leather spine labels. Some wear head and heal of spines. All bindings strong. Volume one has some paper rubbed at front gutter, and boards a little gouged at edge. Stereotype, Paris, 1803. A whole gallery of photos available for this item for the asking. Hans Schaffer most likely the German economist and Weimar Republic official. Among many other titles, this book was purchased from a relative of Heinrich Bruning, the last Chancellor of the Weimar Republic. LAW. In French. * . Very Good. 1803. Stereotype.

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        The Costume of the Russian Empire. Costumes de l'Empire de Russie.

      London: William Miller 1803. With 73 fine handcoloured stipple-engraved plates by J. Dadley after J.G. Georgi, each with two pages of accompanying text in both English and French. Folio. [20] pp. + plates. Bound with all edges chiselled gilt in contemporary full green morocco richly gilt on spine, boards and with inner ornamental goldborder. Old name on free endpaper. Binding weakly marked of use. Depicting peoples and their costumes from the vast Russian Empire at the end of the long reign of Catherine the Great, including people from Lapland, Finland, Esthonia, and more.1. A Laplander.2. A Female Inhabitant of Lapland.3. A Peasant of Finland.4. A Female Peasant of Finland.5. A Woman of Finland.6. A Woman of Esthonia.7. An Esthonian Girl.8. A Female Peasant of Ingria.9. A Tcheremhisian Woman.10. Back of a Tcheremhisian Woman.11. A Tcheremhisian Woman, in her summer dress.12. A Tchouvashian Female.13. A Female Mordvine.14. A Female Mordvine, shewing the back part of her dress.15. A Mordvine of the Mokshan Tribe.16. An Old Mordvine Woman of the Mokshan Tribe.17. A Votiakian Woman.18. An Ostiak, of the Obe.19. An Ostiak, in his winter hunting dress.20. A Female Ostiak.21. A Tartar of Kazan.22. A Female Tartar of Kazan.23. A Female Tartar of Kazan, shewing the back part of her dress.24. A Female Tartar of Tchatska.25. A Female Tartar of the Nagai Tribe.26. A Kabardinian.27. A Kabardinian Woman.28. A Boukharian of Siberia.29. A Bashkirian Woman.30. A Mestscherakian Woman.31. A Barabinzian Woman.32. A Barabinzian Girl.33. A Kirghi on Horseback.34. A Female Kirghi.35. A Female Katchintzian Tartar.36. A Female Schaman.37. A Female Schaman, shewing the back part of her dress.38. A Female Tartar, of the Tribe of Teleouti.39. A Female Tartar, of the Teleouti Tribe, shewing the back part of her dress.40. A Yakouti Tartar.41. A Female Yakouti.42. An Unmarried Female Yakouti.43. A Samoyed.44. A Female Samoyed.45. A Female Samoyed, in her summer dress.46. A Tungoose.47. A Schaman of the Tungoosi.48. An Inhabitant of Kamtshatka, in his winter dress.49. A Female of Kamtshatka, in her common dress.50. A Female of Kamtshatka, with her child.51. A Woman of Kamtshatka, in her best dress.52. A Schaman of Kamtshatka.53. A Koriak.54. A Koriak, in his dress of ceremony.55. A Female Koriak.56. A Woman of Tschutski, in her common dress.57. A Woman of Tschutski, preparing skins.58. An Aleutian.59. A Kurilian.60. A Kalmuk.61. A Female Kalmuk.62. A Female Bratzkiye.63. A Bratzkian Woman, of Udinskoi Ostrog.64. A Bratzkian Schaman, or female magician.65. A Mongole Woman.66. A Mongole Priest, or Lama.67. A Mongloe Schaman.68. A Merchant of Kalouga.69. A Woman of Kalouga, in her summer dress.70. A Merchant's Wife of Kalouga, in her winter dress.71. An Unmarried Female of Waldai.72. A Married Oman of Waldai.73. A Russian Peasant.Lipperheide 1342. Colas 702.

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        The History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire. Containing an account of the public income and expenditure from the remotest periods recorded in history, to Michaelmas 1802. With a review of the financial administration of the Right Honorable William Pitt. The Third Edition. Three volumes.

      Printed by A. Strahan ... for T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1803 [2], xvi, 532pp; viii, 411, [1], 63, [1]p; viii, 320, 196pp, half title in Vol. I. 8vo. Sl. paper flaw to top blank corner B2-3 Vol. I, some offset browning & light foxing to endpapers & pastedowns. Handsome set bound in full contemporary polished tree calf, ornate gilt decorated spines, floral bands, wavy lines, oval flower head motifs, dark green morocco labels; sl. crack to upper joint Vol. I, some minor rubbing to head & tail of spines.The third and 'best' edition, re-arranged with the tables separated from the main text so as not 'to interfere with that freedom that naturally belongs to historical narration'. (Preface.)

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        An Essay concerning Human Understanding. To which are now Added, An Analysis of Mr. Locke's Doctrine of Ideas, on a large Sheet; A Defence of Mr. Locke's Opinion concerning Personal Identity, with an Appendix; A Treatise on the Conduct of the Understanding; Some Thought concerning Reading and Study for a Gentleman; Elements of natural Philosophy; A New Method of a Common-place Book. Extracted from the Author's Works. To which is prefixed The Life of the Author

      Boston: Printed by David Carlisle for Thomas & Andrews, Joseph Nancrede, William P. & Lemuel Blake, West & Greenleaf, James White & Co., John West, and Caleb Bingham, 1803. First American from the twentieth London edition. The first American complete edition, an abridged version having been published in Boston in 1794. Folding table at front. 3 vols. 12mo. Contemporary tree sheep, red morocco labels. Rubbed, spine of first volume worn, upper joints cracking, some chipping of spines, browning and offsetting of text, signatures of Chileah B. Merrick. Brown cloth open-end case. A good copy of this cornerstone of American policy. First American from the twentieth London edition. The first American complete edition, an abridged version having been published in Boston in 1794. Folding table at front. 3 vols. 12mo. In 18th century America, as it was the age of reason and Enlightenment, the colonists needed the justification or rationalization of their disagreement and resultant actions with England, citing their immutable rights as Englishmen and quoting the basic English institutions. As the "philosopher of the Enlightenment" Locke's theories and writings were seized upon by the colonists, especially with Locke's "doctrine of natural rights," his theories on "life, liberty and property," religious toleration and proper representation in government. His writings gave the colonist a firm foundation upon which to base many of their statements.To Locke goes much of the credit for many of the ideas forming the Virginia Declaration of Rights drafted by George Mason. Many of the other states used that constitution as a basis for their own. Locke's advocacy of a "laissez faire" economic policy was shared by Jefferson who agreed with the idea that the "government is best which governs least" (Cohen "American Thought" p. 132).The conclusion reached in the "Essay" "that though knowledge must necessarily fall short of complete comprehension, it can at least be 'sufficient'; enough to convince us that we are not at the mercy of pure chance, and can of some extent control our own destiny" summarizes American intent and beliefs. Attig "John Locke" pp. 40-41; Boring "History of Experimental Psychology." pp. 170 ff; PMM 164 (for the 1690 first edition); Roback "A History of Psychology and Psychiatry" pp. 33 ff; Shaw and Shoemaker 4533; Library Company of Philadelphia "First American Editions" 6, which quotes Franklin as describing is as "the best Book of Logick in the World" Not in Yolton

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        Versuche über das Sonnenlicht" in Annalen der Physik und Chemie 12, 1803, pp. 409-416

      Halle: Rengerschen Buchhandlung10, 1803 FIRST EDITION, FULL VOLUME WITH ORIGINAL FRONT WRAP BOUND IN, OF THE FIRST FULLY DEVELOPED PAPER DESCRIBING RITTER'S DISCOVERY OF ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. Ritter had 'announced' the discovery in a half page letter in the 1802 Annalen. In discovering ultraviolet light, or light without heat, Ritter had discovered an analog to Herschel's infrared light, or heat without light (Kittler, Optical Media, 123). Ultraviolet radiation is in the part of the electromagnetic spectrum where wavelengths are shorter than that of visible light but longer than X-rays, specifically, it is composed of three types of rays and has a wavelength from 10nm to 400 nm (Wikipedia). In 1800, William Herschel discovered infrared light. To test the temperatures of differently colored light, Herschel channeled sunlight through a prism. The prism split the colors into a rainbow whose colors Herschel had directed to each fall on a different thermometers. The experiment made clear that the highest temperatures occurred where the light did not appear to shine at all - just beyond the red line of the rainbow. Herschel's experiment demonstrated the first detection of a form of light beyond the visible, 'infrared'. Herschel's discovery of 'infrared' light strongly indicated that Newton's chromatic spectrum was only a small part of a much larger phenomenon. Johann Wilhelm Ritter was a German physicist, chemist, and philosopher. Ritter was particularly engaged by Herschel's discovery and began to wonder if he could detect invisible light at the other end of the spectrum and beyond the violet or blue lines of the rainbow. Ritter put it more methodically: "if the solar spectrum is brightest in the middle but warmest at its end, then why should cold light not also exist beyond the other end of the visible spectrum" (ibid). While studying the issue, Ritter speculated that in order to answer his question, he needed "a chemical reagent that has its strongest effect beyond the violet in the same way that our thermometer has its strongest effect beyond the red" (ibid). While experimenting with silver chloride as a chemical reagent, Ritter noted that it turned black when exposed to light. Ritter had heard that blue light caused a greater reaction in silver chloride than red light did, so he decided to measure the rate at which silver chloride reacted to the different colors of light. "He directed sunlight through a glass prism to create a spectrum and then placed silver chloride in each color of the spectrum and found that it showed little change in the red part of the spectrum, but darkened toward the violet end of the spectrum. "Ritter then decided to place silver chloride in the area just beyond the violet end of the spectrum, in a region where no sunlight was visible. To his amazement, this region showed the most intense reaction of all. This showed for the first time that an invisible form of light existed beyond the violet end of the visible spectrum. This new type of light, which Ritter called Chemical Rays, later became known as ultraviolet light or ultraviolet radiation (the word ultra means beyond) (Rubin, Newton, Herschel and Ritter, The Discovery of the Spectrum of Light). CONDITION & DETAILS: Halle: Rengerschen Buchhandlung. 8vo. (7.5 x 5 inches; 188 x 125mm). Full volume. Complete. Original front wraps and contents pages for each issue are bound in (there is a small tear to the contents page of one of the front wraps). [24], 747, [4]. 5 fold-out plates. Very handsomely rebound in three-quarter black calf over marbled paper boards. Tight, solid, and very clean. Regarding the interior, there is a small tear to the contents page of one of the front wraps attached; other than this, the interior is clean and bright. Very good to near fine condition.

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        A Hebrew Grammar Without Points. Designed to Facilitate the Study of the Scriptures of the Old Testament in the Original

      Boston: John West, 1803. First edition. 56 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary quarter sheep with marbled paper over boards. Joints starting, near fine. First edition. 56 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. "This is the fist unpointed Hebrew grammar published in America" (Goldman). Written, along with an Aramaic grammar, while the author was a student at Dartmouth. Shaw & Shoemaker 5067; Goldman 173

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        Delphine. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt. 5 Teile in 2 Bänden. Pappbde d. Z. (berieben) mit Rückenschild und etwas Rückenvergoldung.

      Berlin, Himburg, 1803. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe des autobiographischen Schlüsselromans, ihr wichtigstes Werk, das ihren literarischen Ruhm begründete, ". wohl eines der ersten literarischen Zeugnisse der Ende des 18. Jh.s einsetzenden Emanzipation der Frau, . vielleicht das persönlichste Werk der Madame de Stael, dessen Titelheldin, ähnlich der späteren Corinne, ein idealisiertes Selbstbildnis darstellt. Innerhalb der 'Bekenntnis'-Literatur gilt dieser Briefroman, dessen Stil beseelter Enthusiasmus und epigrammatische Brillianz kennzeichnen, als Bindeglied zwischen Rousseau und George Sand" (KNLL). Von den Zeitgenossen als avantgardistisch, ja als Manifest einer liberalen Bewegung und Kritik an der napoleonischen Herrschaft empfunden, war der Roman bei der Obrigkeit seiner gesellschaftskritischen Haltung wegen unerwünscht und trug zur Verbannung seiner Verfasserin (1766-1817) aus Paris bei. – Titel mit zeitgenöss. handschriftl. Besitzeintrag. – Goed. VII 679, 310, 4 und Fromm 24686 kennen nur die Berliner Ausgabe des Jahres 1804 und nennen Nikolaus Peter Stampeel als Übersetzer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry, delivered in the University of Edinburgh...Now published from his Manuscripts by John Robison

      1803. Engraved frontis. port. of Black & 3 engraved plates. lxvi [i.e., lxxvi], 556 pp.; 1 p.l., 762, [4] pp. Two vols. Large 4to, marbled boards (minor foxing at beginning & end of each vol.), attractive modern red calf spines & corners, flat spines gilt. Edinburgh: Mundell & Son, 1803. First edition and a very handsome set. These two monumental volumes are the only substantial account of the work of the founder of modern quantitative chemistry and discoverer of latent and specific heats. Black (1728-99), began to lecture upon his appointment as professor of medicine and chemistry at the University of Edinburgh in 1766. "His career thenceforward was exclusively that of a teacher…His success was conspicuous. During above thirty years he inculcated the elements of chemistry upon enthusiastic and continually growing audiences…His lectures thus had a powerful effect in popularizing chemistry."-D.N.B., II, pp. 572-73. Black's lectures were not printed during his lifetime; they were circulated only in manuscript amongst his students. The present edition was prepared by his pupil, friend, and colleague, John Robison, who has added a long introduction and enriched each volume with notes. A fine and large set. This copy lacks, as is often the case, the 19-page index (but a photocopy is laid-in). The 4-page "Explanation of the Plates," which is very often missing, is present. ❧ Cole 158. Duveen, pp. 81-82-(lacking the Index). Partington, III, pp. 130-43.

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        Arte esfigmica; ó, Semeyotica pulsoria

      Pamplona: Jaoquin Domingo, 1803. First edition, with half-title. XXXVI, 334 pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. Later half calf and cloth, uncut, marginal repair to bottom corner of half title and title pages. First edition, with half-title. XXXVI, 334 pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. Only 2 copy located in OCLC.

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        Minéralogie des anciens

      Bruxelles, Weissenbruch [et] Paris, Garnery, 1803. an XI (1803), an XI (1803), , 2 volumes in-8, [14]-LII-395 + [8]-276 pages, 1 grand tableau replié, demi-cartonnage rouge de l'époque, dos lisse orné, Très rare unique édition de ce texte d'histoire de la minéralogie antique. Louis de Launay, médecin, minéralogiste et membre de l'Académie Impériale et Royale des Sciences et belles-lettres de Bruxelles à partir de 1776, rédigea plusieurs ouvrages intéressants ou articles de minéralogie régionale et de théorie générale de géologie et de minéralogie. Le présent ouvrage fut traduit dès 1803 en allemand, sous le titre Mineralogie der Alten, d'après le manuscrit original français de l'auteur. Quérard IV, page 617. "Very scarce. This comprehensive introduction gives a history of the mining practices and mineralogical knowledge of earlier times. In volume one, the author describes various kinds of precious and semi-precious stones. The second volume is devoted to geological knowledge with a long section on volcanic ejecta. There are also discussions of salts, combustible materials, and various metals including gold, silver, iron and copper. The final volume analysis old and new mineralogies." (Mineralogic Record) Bon exemplaire, dans sa première reliure, de cet ouvrage imprimé sur beau papier

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        An Historical Review of the State of Ireland, from the Invasion of that Country under Henry II to its Union with Great Britain on the 1st of Janurary, 1801.

      London: Printed by C. Roworth for T. Egerton, Military Library, 1803.. FIRST EDITION. In two volumes, bound as three. Quarto, pp.[4] xxxii, 630, 373 [25]; pp.[4] xxiv, 686 [22]; pp.[4] xxii, 687-1076, 404, [14], 45 [5]. With a mezzotint fontispiece portrait of the author to vol. I. Both volumes with a large appendix and unpaginated index. Also with 'A Postliminious Preface to the Historical Review of the State of Ireland, containing a Statement of the Author's Communications with the Right Hon. Henry Addington, and some of his colleagues, upon the subject of that work; some strictures upon the falsities of the British Critic; and other anonymous traducers of the Irish Nation; and also some observations on Lord Redesdale's Letters to the Earl of Fingall', published in 1804 and bound in at the rear of the final volume. In contemporary full tree calf with raised bands and gilt titles to black labels on spine. Recently re-backed with original spines laid over. All edges and endpapers marbled. Bookplate of the Hope Trust, 31 Moray Place, Edinburgh to front pastedown of each volume. Worn spines re-backed to an attractive useable condition. Very good overall. Published just two years after 'Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland' by Richard Musgrave, Plowden here presents an historical narrative written from the opposite, Catholic, perspective. Like Musgrave, Plowden gave an exaggerated sectarian perspective, earning himself the ire of the British government, which had commissioned the work, as well as that of commentators such as Musgrave himself. His reaction to this criticism was published in the Postliminious Preface of the following year, bound in at the rear of this copy.

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        Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry, delivered in the University of Edinburgh.Now published from his Manuscripts by John Robison

      - Engraved frontis. port. of Black & 3 engraved plates. lxvi [i.e., lxxvi], 556 pp.; 1 p.l., 762, [4] pp. Two vols. Large 4to, marbled boards (minor foxing at beginning & end of each vol.), attractive modern red calf spines & corners, flat spines gilt. Edinburgh: Mundell & Son, 1803. First edition and a very handsome set. These two monumental volumes are the only substantial account of the work of the founder of modern quantitative chemistry and discoverer of latent and specific heats. Black (1728-99), began to lecture upon his appointment as professor of medicine and chemistry at the University of Edinburgh in 1766. "His career thenceforward was exclusively that of a teacher?His success was conspicuous. During above thirty years he inculcated the elements of chemistry upon enthusiastic and continually growing audiences?His lectures thus had a powerful effect in popularizing chemistry."-D.N.B., II, pp. 572-73. Black's lectures were not printed during his lifetime; they were circulated only in manuscript amongst his students. The present edition was prepared by his pupil, friend, and colleague, John Robison, who has added a long introduction and enriched each volume with notes. A fine and large set. This copy lacks, as is often the case, the 19-page index (but a photocopy is laid-in). The 4-page "Explanation of the Plates," which is very often missing, is present. ? Cole 158. Duveen, pp. 81-82-(lacking the Index). Partington, III, pp. 130-43. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MILITARY ROADS OF SCOTLAND. An attractive hand coloured map, showing the 600 remaining miles of General Wade and Major Caulfeild roads at 17th November 1798. Together with 13 pages of Treasury Reports on the Roads, the cost of their ... (Truncated)

      His Majesty's Treasury, 1803, Disbound, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, First Edition. Full Book Title: MILITARY ROADS OF SCOTLAND. An attractive hand coloured map, showing the 600 remaining miles of General Wade and Major Caulfeild roads at 17th November 1798. Together with 13 pages of Treasury Reports on the Roads, the cost of their upkeep, and historical detail. The folded map, approximately 20 x 14 inches open, is in excellent, bright condition with no blemishes or faults, and is printed on good quality paper, with attractive hand colouring to various counties and the roads highlighted. The additional pages of text provide useful extra details, such as the milage or each road and number of bridges, and the arguments for public or private maintenance costs, the expenses of each road or route in 1795, 96 and 97. Extracted from Proceedings and Measures of Government, 1798-1803. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Size: Folio. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Proceedings and Measures of Government, 1798-1803;

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        Neue Karte von dem nördlichen Theil des Ober-Sächsischen Kreises welche die Churmark Brandenburg und das Herzogthum Pommern enthält. Nach den neuesten Astronomischen und Trigonometrischen Vermessungen entworfen. - J.E.L. - Sechtes Blatt zum neuen Hand u. Grenz-Atlas von Teutschland.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johann Elias Lange in Leipzig aus Neuer Indemnisations- u. Grenzatlas von Deutschland, 1803, 30,5 x 35 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 83 (J.E. Lange. German engraver. Leipzig, 1788; 'Königreich Dánemark', 1791; 'Preussischen Staaten', 1796.). - Zeigt Brandenburg u. Pommern mit Vor- u. Hinterpommern u. die angrenzenden Gebiete. - Am rechten unteren Rand Legende. - Unten links Erklärungen. - Unter der Karte weitere Erklärungen u. Statistik. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Sehr seltener Druck vom Leipziger Drucker, Stecher u. Verleger Johann Elias Lange(n)!

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        SEYCHELLES: A Chart of the MahŽ and Amirantes Islands with their Shoals by Monsr. le Vicomte Grenier 1776.

      London, . 1803 - Folio, Copper engraving (Very Good, strong impression, light marginal toning, small closed tear in blank margin in upper left corner, remains of old guard along top margin), 42 x 58 cm (inches). A scarce British edition of a sea chart that represents the first broadly accurate general mapping of the Seychelles and Amirantes Islands, based on the cartography of the Chevalier Grenier, conducted during his important expedition of scientific and commercial discover. - This attractive sea chart represents the first broadly accurate general mapping of the Seychelles and Amirantes Islands, predicated upon the cartography of the French naval officer Jacques Raymond de Giron-Grenier (1736 - 1803), popularly known as the Chevalier Grenier (later Vicomte Grenier), the result of his important 1769 mission to assess the islands for permanent settlement and to monitor the local ocean currents in order to find a faster sailing route between Southern Africa and India. The chart embraces the entirely of the Seychelles and the nearby Amirante Islands, including all major banks, reefs, inlets, headlands, anchorages, with numerous bathymetric soundings. Notably, in the main part of the islands feature ÔSeychelleÕ (today MahŽ Island, home to the modern national capital of Victoria) and Praslin. The present edition of the map, with an imprint dated 1803, was issued within one of the magnificent sea atlases published by the leading British chart-making firm of Robert Laurie & James Whittle. Laurie & Whittle first issued an edition of this chart, bearing the imprint dated 1794, within their highly influential maritime atlas of African and Asian navigation, The East-India Pilot, or Oriental Navigator (London, 1797). Importantly, the various editions of the present chart served as the authoritative map of record of the Seychelles and the Amirantes used by BritainÕs Royal Navy as it consolidated its authority over the islands, following the British conquest of the Seychelles in 1794. The Early Charting of the Seychelles- The Seychelles lies in a remote location in the eastern Indian Ocean, and was not inhabited before the arrival of Europeans, although the islands were visited by mariners from a variety of cultures prior to that time. The first known European landing on the islands occurred in 1609 when the crew of the English East India Company vessel Ascension made shore and claimed the archipelago for James I. The nearby Amirante Islands, located to the southwest, were first visited by Vasco da Gama, in 1503, and were named by him, after his naval rank. However these islands would not be permanently settled until several generations later, although the Seychelles and the Amirantes become a temporary haunt of pirates, as well as stopover for mariners on their way to and from India. SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION. References: OCLC: 861361948; Cf. For background see: Jean-Paul Morel, ÔDŽcouverte et Colonisation des SeychellesÕ, [online article, September 2012], Jean-Paul Morel, ÔLe chevalier Grenier et Alexis Rochon: la nouvelle route des Indes. (30 mai Ð 6 octobre 1769)Õ.

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