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        ALLEMANNISCHE (ALEMANNISCHE) GEDICHTE ERSTAUSGABE 1803 MACKLOT. 4 MUSIKBEILAGEN. HALBLEDER.

      JOHANN PETER HEBEL: ALLEMANNISCHE GEDICHTE / FÜR FREUNDE DER NATUR UND SITTEN. ERSTAUSGABE PHILIPP MACKLOT 1803, STUTTGART. SELTENE ERSTE, NOCH ANONYM UND AUF EIGENE KOSTEN HERAUSGEGEBENE AUSGABE. Goedeke VII 537, 5 beta. VIII, S. 3-232. MIT 4 AUSKLAPPBAREN GEFALTETEN MUSIKBEILAGEN (KOMPLETT). 15,5 X 9,5 cm. Moderner Halblederband mit Rückentitel und alten Deckelbezügen. Titel und erste 15 Seiten etwas fleckig, übrige Seiten meist sauber. Altes Exlibris, Eignername. Insgesamt trotz der beschriebenen Mängel gutes Exemplar dieser Seltenheit.

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        Female Biography;

      London: printed for Richard Phillips,, 1803. or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of all ages and countries. Alphabetically arranged. 6 volumes, octavo (184 x 113 mm). Contemporary brown calf, flat spines ruled into compartments in gilt, red morocco labels, page markers. Bookplate of George William Fox Kinnaird, Baron Kinnaird (1807-1878) to front pastedowns. Slight scuffing to spines, a couple of points of loss to joint ends, occasional dark marks and points of abrasion to covers, extremities lightly rubbed, occasional bumping to tips, wear and creasing to vol. 1 spine, bump to label of vol. 1 affecting a couple of letters, loss to vols. 1, 4 and 5 spine heads. An excellent set. First edition of this scarce early work of feminist biography by Mary Hays (1759–1843), the London-based novelist, radical and friend of Mary Wollstonecraft. Hays was given a copy of Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman in 1792 and was extremely moved; she contacted the publishers, and arranged a meeting with Wollstonecraft, becoming involved in London's radical Jacobin circles. Hays received advice from Godwin on writing her novels, and she tended Wollstonecraft on her deathbed. In the present work Hays created a significant biographical dictionary of 294 impressive women through the ages. Her novels include Memoirs of Emma Courtney (1796), The Victim of Prejudice (1799), Harry Clinton (1804), and Family Annals (1817).

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        THE STRANGER IN FRANCE: Or, A Tour from Devonshire to Paris. Illustrated by engravings in aqua tinta of sketches, taken on the spot.

      London J. Johnson 1803 - FIRST EDITION 1803, COLOURED COPY. 4to, 290 x 225 mm, 11½ x 9 inches, 12 HAND COLOURED aquatint plates of views, the first being of Torr Abbey in Devon, the second of Southampton, the rest of northwestern France: Le Havre, Caen, Rouen, Cherbourg, A Woman of Caux, Le Bois de Boulogne and one of the ruins in Le Petit Trianon. Sketches drawn by the author and engraved and printed by T. Medland. Pages: viii, 262, bound modern full calf, ornate gilt border to covers, gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Title page lightly foxed, neat early name in top margin, neat old repairs to some margin edges on first 5 leaves, and 18 further leaves scattered through the book, very small closed edge tear to 1 plate margin, repaired on verso, 120 mm (4½ inch) closed tear to 1 text page, repaired with clear tape, no loss, pale foxing to many margins, a couple of leaves lightly browned, 2 plates show slight offsetting from facing text, age-browning to many margins. A good copy only, with the plates hand coloured. Sir John Carr (1872-1832) wrote 6 travel books all set in Europe, which were popular in their day. This one on travelling in France was his first. Abbey Travel, 82. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Minnelieder aus dem Schwäbischen Zeitalter neu bearbeitet und hrsg. von Ludwig Tieck. 284 S., 1 Bl. Mit gestoch. Titel mit Vignette, 2 rad. Vignetten und 2 Kupfertafeln nach Philipp Otto Runge. Guter Halblederbd d. Z. (Rücken gering rissig, Deckel leicht berieben) mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      Berlin, Realschulbuchhandlung, 1803. - Erste Ausgabe. Eins der schönsten illustrierten Bücher der Frühromantik mit den reizenden Illustrationen von Ph. O. Runge, das einzige illustrierte Buch, das zu seinen Lebzeiten erschien. Eins der ganz seltenen Exemplare der Vorzugsausgabe auf starkem Velinpapier, jedoch ohne die manchmal fehlende Vorrede. "Runge machte die zierende Arabeske zum Träger von Symbolen, und gemeinsam mit L. Tieck schuf er in den 'Minneliedern .' mit symbolischen Buchkupfern die eigentümlichste Illustration eines deutschen Buches" (Stubbe in: Hauswedell/Voigt, mit ausführlicher Würdigung). – Gelegentlich stockfleckig, wie meist bei Velinpapier. Der gestochene Titel, die Vignetten und auch die beiden Tafeln sind sehr sauber. Exlibris. Letztes Blatt mit kleinem Stempel verso. – Goed. VI 38, 61; Hauswedell/Voigt, Abb. 56 u. 141-143; Borst 959. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE STRANGER IN FRANCE: Or, A Tour from Devonshire to Paris. Illustrated by engravings in aqua tinta of sketches, taken on the spot.

      London, J. Johnson, 1803.. FIRST EDITION 1803, COLOURED COPY. 4to, 290 x 225 mm, 11½ x 9 inches, 12 HAND COLOURED aquatint plates of views, the first being of Torr Abbey in Devon, the second of Southampton, the rest of northwestern France: Le Havre, Caen, Rouen, Cherbourg, A Woman of Caux, Le Bois de Boulogne and one of the ruins in Le Petit Trianon. Sketches drawn by the author and engraved and printed by T. Medland. Pages: viii, 262, bound modern full calf, ornate gilt border to covers, gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Title page lightly foxed, neat early name in top margin, neat old repairs to some margin edges on first 5 leaves, and 18 further leaves scattered through the book, very small closed edge tear to 1 plate margin, repaired on verso, 120 mm (4½ inch) closed tear to 1 text page, repaired with clear tape, no loss, pale foxing to many margins, a couple of leaves lightly browned, 2 plates show slight offsetting from facing text, age-browning to many margins. A good copy only, with the plates hand coloured. Sir John Carr (1872-1832) wrote 6 travel books all set in Europe, which were popular in their day. This one on travelling in France was his first. Abbey Travel, 82. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Autograph Letter Signed 1849

      French composer and music critic (1803-1856), prolific creator of ballets and operas, Adam is best known for his ballets Giselle (1841) and Le Corsaire (1856).  Autograph letter signed, discussing about the publication of his operas with an unknown recipient. One sheet folded, written on both sides of the same fold (see scans of front and verso, and translation), each page is 5.25 x 8.25 inches. In French, sold with a translation into English, in very good condition. 

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        LAWS OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE. [bound with:] ACTS PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE...

      Knoxville: Printed and published by George Roulstone, 1803. viii,320,[16]; 143,xi pp. Contemporary reverse calf. Spine slightly chipped, boards rubbed, corners lightly worn. Remnants of shelf label and manuscript date on spine. Later ownership inscription on front pastedown and annotation on titlepage. Initial leaves dampstained. Browning and scattered foxing. Final leaf of second work detached and in facsimile (contains only a dozen lines of index). Very good in original condition, untrimmed. In a half morocco box. The first collected laws of the state of Tennessee, and a work of considerable rarity. Allen notes that this was not an official publication of the state, but issued by Roulstone, Tennessee's first printer, as a speculative venture. Because all previous issues of the Tennessee press were either pamphlets, broadsides, or legislative journals, this has been called the first book printed in Tennessee. Allen asserts, however, that Roulstone may have previously bound together some early Legislative Acts printed in Knoxville before 1800. "Possibly it is the first bound book printed in the state. The fact that it was issued bound (increasing the possibility of survival) and the knowledge that Roulstone printed the book as a personal venture should render this book somewhat more likely to be found. Nonetheless, it is virtually never offered for sale today" - Allen. This copy bears the ownership inscription of Edward T. Sanford, a prominent Knoxville lawyer, who served as Assitant Attorney General from 1905 to 1907 and as a Supreme Court Justice from 1923 to 1930. It is also bound with a copy of the acts passed in the first session of the state legislature in the same year, very scarce in and of itself. A primary work of much importance and rarity, with an interesting Tennessee provenance. ALLEN RARITIES 13. ALLEN TENNESSEE IMPRINTS 79, 72. AII (TENNESSEE) 22, 46. McMURTRIE (TENNESSEE) 38, 42.

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        Voyage de M. Candide Fils au pays d'Eldorado, vers la find du dix-huitieme siecle. 2 Teile in einem Band.

      Paris, Aine, 1803. - 216, 224 Seiten. Pappband der Zeit mit Rückenschild. Erste Ausgabe. - Einband bestoßen, etwas fleckig und beschabt. Innen nur vereinzelt gering fleckig. Mit kleinem Wappenexlibris. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Meyer-Pomplun]
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        POLAND / LITHUANIA / LATVIA / BELARUS

      Üsküdar (Istanbul): Imperial Military Engineering School Press, . 1803 - Copper engraving with original full wash colour (Good, fine original colour, some worm holes with minor loss near both head and tail of centerfold, tight upper and lower margins as issued, blank margins contemporarily extended on all sides), neatline: 52.5 x 58 cm (20.5 x 23 inches); extended margins: 58 x 71.5 cm (23 x 28 inches). Extremely rare – the first map of Poland and Lithuania to have been printed in the Islamic world, published in Istanbul in 1803 by the Ottoman Military Engineering School Press, from Mahmud Raif Efendi’s revolutionary ‘Cedid Atlas’. This extraordinary map is the first map of Poland and Lithuania to have been printed in the Islamic World, and was issued within Mahmud Raif Efendi’s Cedid Atlas Tercümesi [A Translation of a New Atlas], the first Muslim-published world atlas based on European geographic knowledge and cartographic methods, published in Üsküdar, Istanbul in 1803 by the Imperial Military Engineering School Press. The atlas was issued in an exceedingly small print run expressly for use in elite Ottoman circles, ensuring that the present map is today extremely rare. The map embraces all of today’s Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and much of Belarus. The text and toponymy are entirely in Ottoman Turkish script, which dances elegantly across the composition. The scene showcases the political reality that existed between 1795 and 1807, after the ‘Three Partitions of Poland’, but before the revisions of the Treaty of Tilsit (1807). During this period, Poland ceased to be an independent state, its territory having been carved up and occupied by neighbouring powers, in stages, in 1772, 1793 and 1795. As shown here, the Polish lands taken by Prussia are bathed in a light blue wash; the territories occupied by Hapsburg Austria are coloured in green; while the lands consumed by Russia are coloured yellow. The map is finely detailed, depicting all major cities, towns, rivers and mountain ranges. The insets, in the lower left corner, feature a city plan of Warsaw, flanked by text, which explains the dismemberment of Poland, as well as providing statistics as to the land area and populations of the different partition sectors. The map is based upon one of the era’s finest European map of Poland, William Faden’s A Map of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania including Samogitia and Curland divided according to their dismemberments with the Kingdom of Prussia (London, 1799). Faden, in turn, based his geography on Giovanni Rizzi-Zanonni’s famous 1772 wall map of Poland. The Enlightenment in Ottoman Turkey & the ‘Cedid Atlas’ - The Ottoman Empire was for centuries one of the greatest cultural and intellectual civilizations of Europe, Asia and Africa. While it maintained significant social and academic exchange with Western Europe, through most of the 18th Century, Ottoman Turkey followed its own course, and was not swept up by the revolutionary changes of the European Enlightenment. The Ottoman elite was highly conservative by nature and often struck down proposals for Western-style reforms and technological innovations. Of great relevance to our story was the magnificent, yet brief, ‘false start’ of Islamic printing in the Ottoman Empire. Traditionally, while certain minority groups, such as Jews and Armenians, had quietly printed works in the Ottoman Empire for their own use, printing was generally banned. However, in 1729, Ibrahim Müteferrika, an esteemed intellectual and court official of Hungarian origin, was permitted to set up his own press, issuing the first-ever printed works in the Islamic world. Significantly, Müteferrika published the first maps in the Muslim world, within his printing of Katip Çelebi’s 1648 manuscript, Cihannuma [Universal Geography] (Istanbul, 1732). While these maps were both pioneering and beautiful, they were of a small scale, and the Cihannuma was not an atlas, but rather a pedagogical text. Unfortunately, Müteferrika’s publishing activities offended the Ottoma

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        Versuch einer vollständigen systematischen Geschichte der galvanischen Electricität und ihrer medicinischen Anwendung

      Felischische Buchhandlung, Bln., 1803. XVI/284 S. mit 1 gefalteten Kunsttafel, Pbd. der Zeit (etwas berieben und bestossen/Rücken mit Bezugsfehlstelle/Name auf Vorsatz)

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        The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments

      Isaiah Thomas 1803 - 2nd Worcester edition. Isaiah Thomas Imprint. Hesekiah Walker's copy. He has signed the book twice, in an early hand. Bound in full contemporary leather. Foxing to title page, and throughout. Soiling. Large stain on the first page of the New Testament, bleeding through 15 leaves surrounding. Final page is loose, and margin worn. Overall, a worn copy that appears to have been well read. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Walks and Sketches at the Cape of Good Hope

      to which is subjoined, a Journey from Cape Town to Blettenberg's Bay. First edition. Small 8vo. Modern green morocco, gilt. [viii], 152pp. London, C. & R. Baldwin,

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        The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society: A Poem, with Philosophical Notes

      J. Johnson, London 1803 - 174, 124 pages; with half title and four plates - complete. Contemporary tree calf bordered in gilt; spine replaced with skiver leather ruled in gilt, original label reattached. All edges and endpapers marbled. Minor toning to paper; plates clean though light tideline lower right not touching the image (faintly present on some leaves) - please consult photos. Binding is sound. For accurate shipping cost outside North America please inquire. Size: tall 4to. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE LA DANSE.

      Parma, Bodoni, 1803. In-16 p. (mm. 160x110), cartonato rosa edit. (con piccole macchie), 4 cc.nn., 61 pp.num., 1 c.b. E' dedicato: "Aux Créoles par leur admirateur Moreau de Saint-Méry" e sull'occhietto si legge: "Danse. Article extrait d'un ouvrage intitulé: Notions Coloniales..". Questo saggio contiene una delle prime descrizioni conosciute delle danze vaudou e caraibiche. L'A., Médéric-Louis-Elie Moreau de Saint-Méry (1750-1819), di famiglia creola della Martinica, fu nominato da Bonaparte "Administrateur Général des Etats de Parme, Plaisance et Guastalla". "Seconda edizione" (la prima è del 1801). Cfr. Brooks, 896. Con lievi fiorit. ma buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Neue Methode, den Tripper zu heilen, wobey Strikturen in der Harnröhre verhütet werden können, nebst Bemerkungen über die Ursachen der Saamenschwäche, des männlichen Unvermögens, der Unfruchtbarkeit u.s.w. und die Mittel, solche zu heilen. Leipzig, Johann Conrad Hinrichs, 1803.

      1803. 8vo. X, (11)-306, (2) pp. With a folding engr. plate. Contemp. boards with gilstamped red label to spine. First German edition of Wilkinson's 1801 "Treatise on a New Method of Curing Gonorrhoea"; translated by G. W. Töpelmann). - Binding rubbed; lower spine-end damaged. Interior browned and foxed. Proksch II, 47. OCLC 14527905. Not in Waller or Osler.

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        Richard Stockton, Jr.

      Nov. 27, 1803. The letter measuring 9.5 x 7.75 is inlaid onto a larger piece of paper measuring 13.5 x 9.75 was written and signed by Richard Stockton, Jr., son of Declaration Signer, Richard Stockton. It is dated Nov. 27, 1803 from Princeton. In part, the letter reads, <I>"Dear Sir, I have received your kind favor of the 17th inst. with its enclosures - for which and their attentions of the like nature you are entitled to my best acknowledgements . . . From the first moment this amendment was proposed, I was directly against it, and when it was adopted by the Federal Party in the hope of representations and sent up to the senate in the year 1790 . . . all in my power to, and I believe was instrumental in causing its . . . in that body. But the day of reasoning on the true principles of the constitution is over - the most important articles of your national compact must be constantly called on to guild party and earn personal views - The degradation of the Federal Judiciary by its being now completely placed at the feet of the legislative body only to get rid of obnoxious judges has taught us what we are to expect on subordinate points - In truth I give up this constitution as gone - its death will be lingering - but its sentence has passed - It was only calculated to the administrations by the same kind of men as those who formed it - it proposes nothing which can essentially guard it against the progress of democracy - but perhaps will ultimately be found only to have organized democracy - and given plan and system to it which it never has had in any other country- This will probably prolong the reign of the Demon - will give it a . . . which it has had in no other nation - and in the end . . . find little bit of much boasted of Constitution - it will be dissected limb by limb with as much indifference as it felt by a surgeon in cutting up a dead body. I altogether despair of Mr. Condat acting the enlightened heart you seem to take from him - and as to any of the States at present under Democratic Sway into passing . . . form no idea of - the proposed wagon given by Mr. Ketchel in our House of Assembly for an adjourned session was that they might be ready to . . . and act on the proposition . . . Your obliged servant Rd. Stockton."</I> The letter could be in regards to the twelfth amendment that was passed in December of 1803. The twelfth amendment pertains to the Presidential elections. Thomas Jefferson was President at the time.

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        Reports from Committees of the House of Commons. Re- printed by order of the House. Volume XIV: Miscellaneous reports; - also, Port of London, with engravings, 1793-1802

      London: Printed by Order of the House, 1803. Book measures 17 1/2 x 11 inches.Collation, xii,635,[1]29pp, with 56 engraved plates, mainly folding, 13 partially coloured. Bound in half calf, calf corners, marble boards. Binding rubbed on edges, boards becoming loose, but holding. Generally binding is worn, but in good condition. Internally, library withdrawn stamp and label on endpapers, a few other library stamps, [ about 15 in all ] last plate stamped on verso, [ engraved side free of stamp ], some minor browing or light spotting to a few plates. Pages and plates in good clean condition. This volume contains the full reports, together with plans and diagrams, for the years 1793-1802, during which time the development of the London dock system was first discussed at length and the first docks built.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good Plus. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Das Recht des Besitzes: Eine Civilistische Abhandlung.

      Gießen, Heyer 1803.. XXXII, 495 S. HLdr. d. Zt. Goed. VI, 233, 1; Stintzing-L. III, 191ff; Borst 953. - Erste Ausgabe von Savignys grundlegendes Werk, worin er das Recht als Erscheinung des sozialen Lebens darstellt und sich um eine Synthese von historisch-kritischer und systematisch-dogmatischer Denkweise bemüht. Mit diesem Buch erregt er schlagartig Aufsehen und erhält große Anerkennung. Das Werk wurde zum Vorbild der juristischen Monographien des 19. Jhdts. schlechthin. - Etwas fleckig.

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        Descrizione delle più rare cose di Bologna, e suoi sobborghi. In Pitture, Scolture, ed Architetture delle Chiese, Luoghi Pubblici, Palazzi, e Case.

      Bologna, per le stampe del Sassi, (1803), 8vo piccolo, cartonato coevo muto, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, pp. XXXXX-(2)-214. Parziali bruniture ma bella copia. Raro.

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        Russische Miszellen. NOs. I-IX in 3 Bdn. (= komplett).

      Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Hartknoch, 1803-1804. . [Russische Miscellen]. - I. Michail Matveevic Cheraskov: Die Rossiade [Rossijada].... / II. Ders.: Kadmus und Harmonia [Kadm i. Garmonija].... / III. Lied vom Zuge Igor's gegen die Plowzer [Slovo o polku Igoreve].... / IV-VI. Nikolaj Michajlovic Karamzin: Marfa Possadniza, oder die Bezwingung Nowgorods [Marfa-Posadnica]. / VII. Der Aufruhr zu Moskwa unter der Regierung des Zaren Alexej Michailowitsch.... / VIII. [André-Jacques] Garnerins umständlicher Bericht von den drey ersten Luftreisen, die er in Rußland gemacht hat... / IX, Bericht des Grafen Kotschubey [Viktor Pavlovic Kocubej]... über die vier ersten Monathe seiner Verwaltung.... / -Johann Gottfried Richter (1763-1829), Schriftsteller u. Übersetzer, ist als einer der wichtigsten Mittler russischer Kulturleistungen in die deutsche Kulturgeschichte eingegangen. Er studierte zunächst Theologie in Leipzig, ging um 1787 als Hauslehrer nach Moskau, wo er 16 Jahre verbrachte, in Kontakt mit Verlegern u. Autoren. Ab 1808 lebte er als Privatgelehrter in Eilenburg (vgl. E. Hexelschneider, in: Sächs. Biografie). - Auf den VDeckeln goldgeprägt: "Ex biblioth. soc. liter. Curon." (Kurländische Gesellschaft für Literatur u. Kunst?); in Bd. 1 Eintrag von alter Hand: "No. I bis VIII der Bibliothek der Gesellsch. für Lit. u. Kunst vom Staatsrath Becker geschenkt, No. IX aus dem Buchladen angekauft". - Kap. mäßig beschabt, Deckel mit Bibl.-Etikettrest, gelöschte Stempel e. lettischen Institutsbibliothek. Vorsätze braunfleckig -Selten

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        Louisiana Purchase

      November 5, 1803. Newspaper: A rare front page printing of the Louisiana Purchase Treaty in the Providence Phoenix, Saturday, November 5,1803 (William W. Dunham) Vol. II - No. 78, 4 pages, 11.5" x 18". Usual folds, toning and minor marginal wear. <br /><br />Titled <I>"Louisiana Treaty"</I>, this unusual front page printing of the treaty celebrates the news of its ratification in the Senate on October 20, 1803 by a vote of 24 to 7: <I>"We congratulate our fellow-citizens on the prompt approbation given by the Senate to this important Act. The treaty, as advised to be ratified by the Senate, and which we have no doubt will in a short time receive the final ratification of the President of the United States."</I> The full printing of the treaty, unusually placed on the front page that was normally reserved for advertisements, was printed only two months before the final transfer of sovereignty over the vast new territory. Signed in Print <I>"BARBE MARBOIS. ROB. R. LIVINGSTON, JAS. MONROE --"</I> <br /><br />The Treaty together with two accompanying conventions consume three columns on page one together with two more on page two. The balance of page two covers happenings in the House of Representatives from October 18 - 22. On the latter day, <I>"The President communicated by Message to the House, the ratified Louisiana Treaty. it was referred to a committee of the whole House. Mr. Randolph offered a resolution making provision for carrying the treaty into effect."</I> The same day, <I>"the committee to whom were transferred two resolutions proposing amendments to the constitution of the United States relative to the election of the President and Vice President, have according to order, had the same under consideration, and beg leave to submit the following report…"</I> offering the text of what became the Twelfth Amendment. <br />

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        Balneotechnik oder Anleitung Kunstbaeder zu bereiten und anzuwenden. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Fürth Bureau der Literatur 1803 - 8°. (2) IV (2) 230 (2) S.; (4) 164, LV S. Mit 1 gestochenen Titel und 1 gestochenen Frontispiz. Pappband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - Schreger (1768-1833), praktischer Arzt in Erlangen und später Professor in Wittenberg und Halle, beschreibt in seiner historisch-systematischen Darstellung die verschiedenen Formen, Bestandteile und Anwendungsbereiche medizinischer Bäder. U.a. mit einzelnen Kapiteln über Dampf- und Rauchbäder, über elektrische und galvanische Bäder sowie über Bäder aus animalischen, vegetabilischen und trockenen Stoffen. Mit sehr ausführlichen Namens- und Sachregistern. - Stellenweise gering stockfleckig. Einband leicht bestoßen und fleckig. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Hirsch/H. V, 136 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Helene ein Singspiel in drey Aufzugen Nach dem franzosischen von Treitschke... Clavierauszug. [Piano-vocal score]

      Wien: Thadé Weigl [PNs 500-512], 1803. Weinmann: Weigl p. 47. RISM M1845 (no copies recorded in North America). Possible first German-language edition of the overture and all the separate numbers, published one year after the French first edition. Héléne, an opera in three acts to a libretto by Jean-Nicholas Bouilly, was first performed in Paris at the Opéra-Comique on March 1, 1803.. Oblong folio. Contemporary marbled wrappers with large decorative paper label with titling in manuscript within coloured border incorporating floral elements to upper. 1f. (recto title, verso blank) 8 (No. 1: Ouverture); 6 (No. 2: Romanze. Es liebet Hans Anton Nannetten); 9, [i] (blank) (No. 3: Terzet. Du gutes Kind, wie lieb ich dich so sehr); 5, [i] (blank) (No. 4: Romanze. Ein Ritter von edlen Geblüt); 21, [i] (blank) (No. 5: Erster Schlussgesang. Fort auf die grünen Matten ); 1f. (recto title to Act II with "Atto 2do" in manuscript, verso blank), 3, [i] (blank) (No. 6: Zweyte Ouverture); 6 (No. 7: Duet. Ich will nicht nach der Herrschaft streben); 10 (No. 8: Scene und Arie. Zum Tod verdamt, mit Fluch beladen); 7, [i] (blank) (No. 9: Terzet. Dich sind ich hier? so nahe mir?); 6 (No. 10: Szene und Chor. Schönes Fest, o herrliche Zeit!); 19, [i] (blank) (No. 11: Zweiter Schulssgesang. Es ist nur all zu klar); 1f. (recto title to Act III in manuscript, verso blank), 10 (No. 12: Szene und Chor. Zur Rache, zur Rache!); 5, [i] (blank) (No. 13: Dritter Schlussgesang. Ha! was wird unser Aug gewahr?). Text in German. With contemporary fingerings in pencil to the overture to Act II. Wrappers worn and soiled; chipping to edges with some loss; tear to lower repaired. Some minor internal browning and soiling; upper outer corners slightly creased. An attractive copy overall.

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        Les Pandectes Francaises ou Recueil complet de toutes les lois en vigueur contenant les Codes Civil, Criminel, de Commerce, Militaire ... avec des observations formant un traité substantiel et succinct de chaque matière; par J.B.D. et P.N.R.C.

      Paris, chez les auteurs - chez Perlet, 1803. 22 volumi in mezza pelle coeva con titolo e filetti in oro al dorso. I volumi 8 e 17 hanno una legatura in brochure allentata, gora alle ultime carte del volume ottavo. Raro insieme di codici napoleonici. Contiene: Codice Civile, Codice Commercio, Procedura Civile, Procedura Criminale.

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        Constitutions-Buch der rechtmäßigen und vollkommenen Loge freier und angenommener Maurer Archimedes zu den drei Reissbrettern in Altenburg. Gedruckt als Manuskript für Brüder.

      (Altona), 1803. 2 Bll., 243 S. Blauer Pappband d. Zt. Folio. 31 x 20 cm. Wolfstieg 20834: \"Selten. Im Anhang Studien von J. A. Schneider über Geschichte der Frmrei, der Loge Archimedes, über maur. Rechtsverhältnisse\" u.a. - - Aus der Charlesworth Masonic Library. - Titel mit altem Namenszug. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Tratado de artilleria que se enseña en el Real Colegio Militar de Segovia. Escrito por el Excmo Sr. D. Thomas de Morla, del Consejo de Estado, Teniente General de los Reales Exercitos.

      Madrid: en la Imprenta Real 1803 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 1ª ed.- Gran folio, (360x270mm.); [10] p., 119 grabados (43 simples, 70 a doble página, 6 plegados) firmados 'J[oaquín]. Ballester', 'F[ernando]. Selma' y 'J[uan]. Moreno [Tejada]'.- // Encuadernación muy fatigada en plena piel. Primeras y últimas hojas afectadas de moho antiguo (eliminado) con márgenes frágiles. Cerco de humedad antiguo en margen superior y exterior de las láminas, entrando en las huellas, sin afectar a las figuras; lám. 4 de art. XII con manchas; doce últimas láminas con los márgenes en mal estado. Ejemplar pobre, pero bien completo de todos los grabados. Las lagunas en su numeración, que las hay, se deben a que esos grabados nunca se estamparon, como así se indica en el propio índice del volumen.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Aguilar Piñal, XVIII, 5, 5988, para Láminas., y 10, 4702, para la Colección.- // El que fuera Gobernador civil de Cádiz y Capitán general de Andalucía, aclamado al inicio de la Guerra de la Independencia por sus victorias sobre las tropas de Napoleón en la célebre batalla de Bailén y en la defensa de Cádiz, y denostado después por entrar a las órdenes de José Bonaparte, Tomás de Morla(1), había impreso en Segovia, entre 1784 y1786 un Tratado de artilleria para el uso de la Academia de caballeros cadetes del Real Cuerpo de Artillería, dividido en quatro tomos, que tratan de las principales funciones de los Oficiales de este Cuerpo en Paz, y en Guerra del que el tercer tomo estaba escrito en realidad por Vicente de los Ríos, siendo el cuarto proyectado esta colección de láminas. Sin embargo, la impresión de las láminas se demoró y los tres tomos de texto que se habían impreso se guardaron en su espera. Finalmente, como pasaba demasiado tiempo, se pusieron en circulación en 1792, acompañados de un tomo titulado Láminas pertenecientes al articulo XII de minas, y a los seis articulos de la segunda parte del Tratado de Artilleria que se enseña en el Real Colegio Militar de Segovia, que había impreso la viuda de Ibarra en Madrid, que reunía 21 láminas. Morla pretendía así darse tiempo para terminar de revisar el resto de las láminas, preparar algunas tablas y revisar el texto de la obra para modificarlo con avances procedentes de la química y de sus recientes viajes por Europa. Entrado ya el siglo XIX Morla se dio cuenta de que no podía asumir preparar esa segunda ediciónni de escribir la explicación de las láminas, que ya estaban grabadas. De se modo, en 1803 se publicó, por fin, casi veinte años después de impresa la obra, once más tarde de que se difundiera el texto, el tomo de láminas que ofrecemos. En él, tenían que haberse incluido 131 láminas, pero, como se señala en el índice impreso que las precede, 12 de ellas, referidas a carruajes, utensilios y montajes que habían quedado en desuso, ni se grabaron ni se incluyeron nunca en la obra. En 1816, fallecido Morla, volvió a imprimirse, de nuevo en Segovia, el tratado de artillería, sin el tomo de láminas y acompañado de un denominado volumen V, de explicaciones de las láminas, que había dejado escritas Francisco de Dátoli antes de la guerra y se ignora quién completo(2).- // (1) Sobre Morla, puede verse María Dolores Herrero Fernández-Quesada: Ciencia y milicia en el siglo XVIII. Tomás de Morla, artillero Iilustrado.- Segovia: Patronato del Alcázar, 1992.- (2) Coleccion de las explicaciones de las láminas del Tratado de Artillería para el uso de la Academia de Caballeros Cadetes del expresado Real Cuerpo.- [s.n.: s.l., s.d., pero Segovia: Josef Espinosa, 1816]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan or the Mogul's Empire

      London: M Brown, 1803. 1803. Hardcover. Very Good. with an examination of some positions in the former system of Indian Geography with some illustrations of the present ones and a complete index of names to the map. 136 pp, index, folding map in rear. Large format. Author is considered "the father of Indian geography." He began to collect and map geographical information on India for the British Army, subdividing it into the Moghul Provinces. Contemporary half leather binding over marbled boards. Internally the book is nice (actually near fine) but the boards show wear and some scratching.

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        The New British Channel Pilot Containing Sailing Directions from London and Yarmouth to Liverpool, and from Ostend to Brest; Also for the Coast of Ireland from Tuskar Rock to Limerick; Compiled from the Late Surveys Made by Order of the Elder Brethern of the Trinity-House, Admiral MacBride, Mr. Mackenzie, and Mr. Samuel Clements, Pilot to His Majesty.

      London: Published, as the act directs by W. Heather at the Navigation Warehouse, 1803 - Third edition, 8vo (8½&#148; x 5¼&#148;), pp. (i-iv), v-viii, (1)-92, (4) &#147;July 12, 1803 A New Catalogue Charts, Pilots, and Navigation Books by W. Heather&#148;. Gilt lettered c. 1830&#146;s half old textured cloth & marbled boards. Near fine clean bright copy. Sheets trimmed without affecting text, clean with natural age toning, unmarked, complete. Rare. No copies are listed by World Cat of the first, second or third editions. Two copies of the fourth edition, London, 1807 (with some variation to the title) are in the British Library, St Pancras, London. H7681 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Charte des Bayerischem Kreise Nach astronomischen Ortsbestimmungen, den zuverlässigsten Specialcharten und Beschreibungen entworfen von F.L. Güssefeld. Nürnberg bey den Homann. Erben. 1803. Mit Röm. Kays. allerg. Freyheit.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Franz Ludwig Güssefeld b. Homann Erben in Nürnberg, dat. 1803, 56 x 45,5 Schaup, Salzburg auf alten Landkarten 4.6.3; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 269. - Zeigt den Bayrischen Kreis mit der Oberpfalz, Nieder- und Oberbayern. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links Erklärungen. - Die Karte u.a. mit Einzeichnungen der Post- und Landstrassen, Bodenvorkommen, Bergwerke und historischen Schlachten. - Als Einblattdruck erschienen!

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        The origin and progress of writing and Printing.

      By T. Bensley for J. White 1803 - Folio, 49 x 35 cm. Large paper copy. 2nd, and best edition. Bound in worn / scuffed 20th century 3/4 leather over brown boards. Collated: [7], xxiv, 240. Engraved portrait frontispiece and [32] epigraphic and manuscript-facsimile engraved plates, 9 in full or partial hand-color. Scattered spotting, heavily to frontis. Some toning / offsetting opposite plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Triumphs of Temper. A Poem in Six Cantos. The Twelfth edition, corrected. With New Original Designs by Maria Flaxman

      Chichester: Printed by J. Seagrave for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1803. First edition with Blake's engravings. Twelfth edition corrected of the work. 6 plates engraved by William Blake after designs by Maria Flaxman. xii, 165, [1] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Contemporary tree calf, gilt spine, maroon morocco label. Joints cracked, rubbed, head and tail of spine chipped, signature cut away in upper margin of title, light marginal browning, primarily marginal, offsetting from plates, else a very good copy. Discreet previous owner's signature on front free endpaper. First edition with Blake's engravings. Twelfth edition corrected of the work. 6 plates engraved by William Blake after designs by Maria Flaxman. xii, 165, [1] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Bentley, G. E. Blake Books 471A; Essick "William Blake's Commercial Book Illustrations" XLVIII

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        Jerusalem Delivered.

      London: Johnson, Cuthell et al. 1803 - 2 volume set, 11 inches tall. A magnificently bound set in full straight grain morocco with gilt raised bands and delightful gilt tooling to the panels. The boards are framed by a fine series of gilt fillets and rolls. All edges gilt. Bookplate. With a portrait and 13 superb engraved plates. A exceptionally fine set of this great poem by the greatest 16th century Italian poet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Lottery'.

      - Kupferstich v. T. Cook n. W. Hogarth, dat. 1803, 25,5 x 31,5 Guratzsch, S. 11. - Allegorie zum Glücksspiel.

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        Reineke Fuchs. [Übertragen] von D. W. Soltau.

      Berlin Heinrich Frölich 1803 - XXII, 377 S. Kl.-8vo (16,5 x 10,5). HLdr d. Zeit m. reicher, ornamentaler Rvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe von Soltaus vielgelobter Übersetzung, von der er 1823 eine überarbeitete Ausgabe vorlegte. Mit einer kurzen Vorrede zur Editionsgeschichte des niederdeutschen Reineke Fuchs. Friedrich Brandes bescheinigte Soltaus Arbeit das Verdienst, "infolge ihres vorzüglich getroffenen echt volksthümlichen Tones mehr als Goethe's Gedicht. durch Einwirkung auf die weitesten Kreise des deutschen Volkes die Thiersage neu belebt zu haben" (ADB XXXIV, S. 586f [Onlinefassung]. Dietrich Wilhelm Soltau (1745-1827) arbeitete mehrere Jahre als Kaufmann in Sankt Petersburg, seit 1798 lebte er als Privatgelehrter u. Übersetzer (aus dem Spanischen, Italienischen, Russischen u.a.) in Lüneburg. - Bestoßen, innen vereinzelt braune Fleckchen, Bindung gering angelockert. Gutes Exemplar [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Commentary on the New Testament. 2-vol. set (Complete)

      Printed for the author and sold by G. Whitfield, London 1803 - Quarto (11 x 8 1/2"). xxviii, [v]-xl, 1172pp (Vol. 1); xii, 1015, [1], lxxxvii, [1017]-1063, [1]pp (Vol. 2). Contemporary full marbled calf, with gold lettering to spines.First edition of this powerful "Commentary on the New Testament" by one of American Methodism's founders, Thomas Coke. - Volume 1 covers Matthew to Acts. - Volume 2 covers Romans to Revelation. These two volumes containing the author's entire commentary on the New Testament were the last two of Coke's "Commentary on the Holy Bible," a series started in 1801 with these first four volumes dealing with the Old Testament: Volume 1, Genesis to Deuteronomy, (1801); Volume 2, Joshua to Job, (1801); Volume 3, Psalms to Isaiah, (1802); Volume 4, Jeremiah to Malachi, (1803).Bindings rubbed along spine and edges, with sporadic abrasion to leather. Closed tears along joints. Ex-library stickers to tail of spines, bookplates on inside of each front cover, and stamps at verso of each title page. Some creasing to front free endpapers and fly leaves. Bindings in overall fair to good-, interior in good to very good condition. About the author: Thomas Coke (1747-1814) was the first Methodist bishop and is known as the Father of Methodist Missions. His numerous publications included "Extracts of the Journals of the Rev. Dr. Coke's Five Visits to America" (London, 1793); a "Life of John Wesley" (1792), prepared in collaboration with Henry Mooro; A "History of the West Indies" (3 vols., Liverpool, 1808-11). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reineke Fuchs. [Übertragen] von D. W. Soltau.

      Berlin, Heinrich Frölich, 1803. . Erste Ausgabe von Soltaus vielgelobter Übersetzung, von der er 1823 eine überarbeitete Ausgabe vorlegte. Mit einer kurzen Vorrede zur Editionsgeschichte des niederdeutschen Reineke Fuchs. Friedrich Brandes bescheinigte Soltaus Arbeit das Verdienst, "infolge ihres vorzüglich getroffenen echt volksthümlichen Tones mehr als Goethe's Gedicht... durch Einwirkung auf die weitesten Kreise des deutschen Volkes die Thiersage neu belebt zu haben" (ADB XXXIV, S. 586f [Onlinefassung]. Dietrich Wilhelm Soltau (1745-1827) arbeitete mehrere Jahre als Kaufmann in Sankt Petersburg, seit 1798 lebte er als Privatgelehrter u. Übersetzer (aus dem Spanischen, Italienischen, Russischen u.a.) in Lüneburg. - Bestoßen, innen vereinzelt braune Fleckchen, Bindung gering angelockert. Gutes Exemplar

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        Portrait of Joseph Ritson.

      - London: H. Humphrey, 22 March 1803. Etching, engraving and aquatint on thin grey surfaced or prepared paper, platemark 272 x 207 mm, sheet size 306 x 221 mm, tipped to white backing sheet and mounted. An extraordinary satirical portrait of the eccentric author and vegetarian Joseph Ritson. He stands at his desk writing in a large book headed "Common Place". His finger and toe nails are talons; he dips his pen into an ink-stand inscribed "Gall", and has written "Moses an Imposter the prophets old Cloaths Men of Judaea Warburton a fool Dr Percy a Liar Warton an infamous Liar a pipeer better than a parson". From hispocket projects a pamphlet "The Atheist's pocket Companion". He stands on a slab of damaged papers headed "Dr Percy's Antient Balla[ds]"; in front of him is large open book with a portrait of Thomas Warton stabbed through with a knife and fork. The room is filled with large folio volumes and vegetable products, with a cow munching at a basket of leaves beside a paper "Bill of Fare / Nettle Soup / Sour Crout / Horse Beans / Onions Leeks"; an emaciated and chained cat crouches on the top shelf besidea book "Abstinence from animal food a moral duty"; and a frog squats on the desk. Below the image are Latin, Greek and English quotes."Ritson the antiquary (1752 - 23 September 1803) was sinking from morose or savage eccentricity to insanity. Since reading Mandeville's Fables of the Bees in 1772 he had lived on milk and vegetable. The scene must represent his chambers in Gray's Inn where (Sept. 1803) he burnt many manuscripts. He disregarded the decencies of literary controversy, and attacked (1782) Warton's History of English Poetry. His ownSelect Collection of English Songs (1783) was marred by attacks on the Reliques of Percy whom he again assailed in 1792. In 1793 he adopted the French republican calendar and declared himself an atheist. Sayers's figure was copied for the only [other] two portraits of Ritson, three-quarter length and half length" - M. Dorothy George, Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum.

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        Female Biography; or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of All Ages and Countries

      London: Richard Phillips, 1803. First edition of this important work of feminist historiography by English radical Mary Hays. Active in the Jacobin circles of William Godwin and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Hays was particularly influenced by Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), which inspired Hays to leave home and live independently, supporting herself through her writing as Wollstonecraft did. In Female Biography, an ambitious popular history covering thousands of years, Hays encourages women readers to reflect on their current disenfranchised status: "My pen has been taken up in the cause, and for the benefit, of my own sex." She pays particular attention to the lives of women rulers (Cleopatra, Boadicea, Elizabeth I, Christina of Sweden, Catherine the Great), and artists (Sappho, Artemisia Gentileschi, Madame de la Fayette, Anne Bradstreet, Aphra Behn), pointedly including rebellious women alongside the more traditionally virtuous. In many cases, Hays recasts the received historical narrative, emphasizing the prejudices her subjects faced, as in the case of the Protestant martyr Anne Askew: "The sex and age of the heretic aggravated, rather than softened, the malice of her adversaries, who could not pardon in a woman the presumption of opposing arguments and reason." A near-fine example, in handsome contemporary bindings. Six twelvemo volumes. Contemporary full tree calf; boards ornamentally ruled in gilt; red and black morocco spine labels lettered in gilt; spines ornamented, ruled, and lettered in gilt; marbled endpapers. Volume I irregularly paginated (as issued, collated complete), four pages of advertisements at rear of volume VI. Contemporary ink ownership signature of Mary Marriott on third fly leaf of all volumes except V. Light shelfwear and occasional spotting to bindings, some joints repaired.

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        Über Pädagogik. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Theodor Rink.

      Königsberg, Friedrich Nicolovius 1803.. kl.-8°. VI, 146 S. Pbd. Mit goldgeprägt. Rückensch. Tit. m. hs. Vermerk u. leicht fleckig, einige Buntstift-Untrerstreich. im Text. EA Goedeke V, 2, 20; Warda 218; Adickes 108 - "Der Mensch ist das einzige Geschöpf, das erzogen werden muß" (Einl.).

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        Stadtplan ('Hamburg').

      - Kupferstich mit Bordüre v. B. Baker n. C.L.B. Mirbeck, dat. 1803, 39 x 35

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