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        Levelle] Letters of Mameluke Or A Moral and Critical picture of the manners of Paris

      John Murray, London 1804 - Two Volumes. Full gilt calf. Moderate wear to covers, corners rubbed, on morocco label missing, foxing to prelims. Both volumes near fine internally. No copies located on net at time of writing. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        An Essay on British Cottage Architecture being an Attempt to Perpetuate on Principle that Peculiar Mode of Building Which was Originally the Effect of Chance. Exemplified by Fourteen Designs, with their Ichnography, or Plans, Laid Down to Scale

      London: Thomas Malton. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps and 4 page contemporary catalogue of architectural books bound in. Slight darkening to page ends. 1804. Second Edition with two additional plates. Quarter-leather pattered board cover with leather fore edge. 380mm x 300mm (15" x 12"). 27pp+ plates. 23 aqua-tinta plates. The designs comprise 'dwellings for the peasant and farmer, and retreats for the gentleman; with various observations thereon'. The author was an engraver and watercolourist known for 'Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin' and the son of the architectural draughtsman Thomas Malton. .

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        George Sand, Pseud. für Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin (1804-1876); Büste im Dreiviertelprofil nach links.

      . Bleistift, auf chamoisfarbenem Velin, aufgezogen, unter der Darstellung mit brauner Feder betitelt "Amantine Lucile Dupin, Baronin Dudevant./(George Sand) geb. 1804, gest. 8.Juni 1876." 20,8:14 cm. Provenienz: Sammlung Schönfeld, nicht bei Lugt..

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        Reize van het gezantschap der Hollandsche Oostindische Compagnie, naar den keizer van China, in den jaare 1794 en 1795. Waarin gevonden wordt eene beschrijving van verscheidene, aan de Europeaanen nog onbekende, gedeelten van dat keizerrijk. Getrokken uit het dagverhaal .. door M.L.E. Moreau de Saint-Mert.

      Haarlem, François Bohn, 1804-1806.2 volumes. Contemporary half calf, spines gilt with morocco title-labels. With 4 engraved plates (1 folding with 2 small tears repaired) by D. Veelwaard. XXIV,248; 267 pp.First Dutch edition, translated from the Paris edition of 1798; first published in Philadelphia in 1797: Voyage de l'ambassade de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales Hollandaises vers l'empereur de la Chine. - Van Braam Houckgeest (1739-1801) made a voyage to southern China for the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and lived in Macao and in Canton until 1773. After American independence, he became a merchant and owner of a rice plantation in Charleston, South Carolina and acquired citizenship of the United States. He is often described as the first American to travel to Beijing and to be presented at the Imperial Court. In 1788 he returned to Canton as director of business for the Dutch East India Company, and in 1794 they appointed him to be the second member of their first mission to the Emperor of China. This embassy to China was intended to rival that of Lord Macartney, and headed by Isaac Titsingh, who was thus the first European ever to proceed as a duly accredited envoy to the courts of both Peking and Edo. Titsingh's journal was published by Frank Lequin in 2005. 'Braam Houckgeest's account of the ambassy is of particular value for the detailed descriptions of many parts of China which had never before been visited by Europeans. The original manuscript was written in Dutch and translated and edited by Moreau de Saint-Méry' (Löwendahl 700). - (Small stamp of previous owner J.C. Koopman, on title-pages). - A fine and rare copy of a most important work.Cordier, BS, col. 2351; Lust 503; Tiele 182; Cat. NHSM I,p.509; Landwehr, VOC, 551; Howgego I, T45.

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        TRATTATO DELLA PITTURA DI LIONARDO DA VINCI

      Milan: Dalla Societa Tipografica de' classici Italiani, 1804. A very clean wide-margained copy - fine. 256p. Illustrated with engraved portrait frontispiece, vignette title, ornate headpiece, 3 engraved plates (two folding) and 56 numbered plates (plate 20 bound after plate 32). Handsomely rebound with leather spine over marbled boards, the spine with red and black title labels gilt, and with gilt panel ornaments.

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        The Charter of the Associates of the Jersey Company for Powles Hook, Passed at Trenton the 10th of November, 1804

      New-York: Printed by S. Gould & Co.. 1804. First. First edition. Sewn self-wrappers. 11, (1)pp. Modest toning to the pages, light crease and tear on the front wrap, very good. Charter for the purchase of land in Bergen County called Powles Hook. Powles Hook is now the lower part of Jersey City, and was the site of a skirmish during the Revolution. OCLC locates four copies of an 1805 edition (none in New Jersey), none of this 1804 edition. .

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        Multura Fort.

      Edward Orme 1804 - Aquatint, with original hand-colour. Dimensions: 305 by 365mm. (12 by 14.25 inches).

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

      Five volume complete set, 1804, John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Forces, during the war which established the independence of his country, and first President of The United States. Compiled under the inspection of the Hon. Bushrod Washington, from Original Papers bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative. To which is prefixed, an introduction, containing a compendious view of the colonies planted by the English on the continent of North America. Published London, Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 71, St. Paul's Church-yard, 1804. By T. Gillet, Salisbury-square. May 26, 1804. In five volumes, complete with all maps and engravings, plus twelve folding maps and three plates bound in as frontispieces including two folding, one in text illustration. Rebound in dark brown chocolate morocco by a quality Cape Cod book binder. Overall in fine condition, a very handsome set, deckle page edging, excellent maps.  Please see the many photos provided, ask any questions.  Please see our many other rare books.

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        MEMOIRES SUR LA LOUISIANE ET LA NOUVELLE-ORLEANS, ACCOMPAGNES D'UNE DISSERTATION SUR LES AVANTAGES QUE LE COMMERCE DE L'EMPIRE DOIT TIRER DE LA STIPULATION FAITE PAR L'ARTICLE VII DU TRAITE DE CESSION, DU 30 AVRIL 1803.

      viii,18,31-176pp. plus folding table. Later 19th-century marbled wrappers. Library label on front cover from Shwartz Historical Library. Minor rubbing and edge wear. Bookplate on front pastedown. Loss to portions of thirteen leaves, affecting some text, reinforced with tape, dust-soiling to titlepage, dampstaining to some leaves toward the end of the text. Lacking pp.19-30. A battered copy of a great rarity. An extraordinarily rare account of travels in Louisiana, the Mississippi Valley, and the Illinois-Ohio country, especially interesting in that the travels practically coincide with the Louisiana Purchase. The work has been attributed to either Wante or G. Boucher de la Richardiere. "The author - whoever he was - travelled extensively throughout the lower Mississippi Valley" - Howes. "There is also much on the Illinois-Ohio country, but the body of the work has to do with the Louisiana Cession" - Eberstadt. Incomplete, but quite rare, as Howes accorded it a "b" rating. The great Simon Shwartz library of Louisiana material had a copy, sold for $15 in 1926, in blue morocco with an inked name on the titlepage. This is perhaps an additional Shwartz copy not auctioned at the time. The only other copy we can find any record of selling is the one listed by the Eberstadts in 1953. HOWES W87, "b." SABIN 101246. EBERSTADT 132:412. SHWARTZ SALE 622.

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        Grenzkolorierte Kupferstichkarte mit Ansicht von J. Roppelt. Special-Charte des Chur-Baierischen Fürstenthums Bamberg nebst verschiedenen angraenzenden Laendern.

      Nürnberg, Schneider und Weigel, 1804.. circa 74 x 74 cm. Grosse Karte in 24 Segmenten auf Leinen aufgezogen mit goldgeprägtem Etikett. Sehr dekorative Landkarte der gegend um Bamberg, oben links mit grosser Kartusche, Allegorien und schöner Stadtansicht. - Schönes Exemplar aus der herzöglichen Bibliothek der Wittelsbacher in Schloss Tegernsee.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        To the Free and Independent Electors of the East Riding of the County of York, and of the Counties of Durham and Simcoe.

      York, Upper Canada 1804 - [York, Upper Canada: s.n., May 1804]. Broadside. 32.5 × 19.5 cm. The text begins: "GENTLEMEN, The period at which the present Parliament must necessarily meet its dissolution having nearly arrived; I am induced to offer myself as a Candidate to represent you in the ensuing Parliament ." 3 paragraphs of text with the last four lines: "I have the Honor to be | GENTLEMEN, | your devoted humble Servant, | WILLIAM WEEKES." Laid paper backed on linen, with folds. This copy of this broadside has writing in two places: (1) in dark black ink at the top left are 5 inconsequential lines ("10 plain squares | 28 plain fish ."); (2) 12 lines after the text as follows: "[hand pointing to the right] Mr Weekes cannot yield to the impression that any anonymous Address, or the Excertions of a puny officiate shall sway the free and independent Electors of this Riding into an acquiescence in any imaginary Representation. He trusts that those whom he has addressed himself feel so strict a Sense of their Rights and of the necessity of asserting them as not suffer the Shadow of a Shade or the Phantom of a visionary candidate to divert their Suffrage from the making of such a claim as may cause those Rights to be more generally known and more fully asserted. York 14 May 1804." References: Fleming, Upper Canadian Imprints,1801-1841, no. 34. A lawyer and political figure in Upper Canada, William Weekes was born in Ireland. He journeyed to the United States, later settling at York in 1798. In 1804, he was defeated by Angus Macdonell in the riding of Durham, Simcoe, and 1st York. Macdonell died the same year aboard a ship that sank in a storm on Lake Ontario. In 1805, Weekes finally won his seat in the Provincial Parliament. In 1806, in court, he referred to the recently deceased Lieutenant Governor Peter Hunter as a "gothic barbarian". After a dispute with William Dickson on this remark, Weekes challenged him to a duel. On 10 October 1806, Weekes was mortally wounded and died the next day.

      [Bookseller: Alexander Books (ABAC/ILAB)]
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        Surinaamsche mengelpoëzy.

      - Amsterdam, H. Gartman en P.J. Uylenbroek, 1804.4to. Contemporary scored calf, with black morocco title-label on spine. With engraved title with nice vignette by R. Vinkeles. VIII,318 pp.* First edition. - One of the very few poetical descriptions of life in Dutch Guiana. The poems are about slavery, plantations, the land and the people. Including a poem on the death of George Washington. Paul François Roos (1751-1805), the first poet of Surinam, was director of the plantation De jonge Byekorf near the Commewijneriver. - Some blank margins waterstained, otherwise a very good copy on thick paper with wide margins.Muller, America, p.171; Sabin 73101; Van Kempen p.286-289; Suriname- Catalogus U.B. Amsterdam 5786. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books]
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        London. To the Patron and Promoter of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce Matthen Boulton Esq. - This View of the River Thames. The Cities of London and Westminster, with part of the Royal Hospital, and adjacent buildings taken from Greenwich Park is most respectfully inscribed by his faithfuol servant Francis Jukes.

      Francis Jukes Howland St London 1804 - Original hand-coloured aquatint engraving, in good condition. Dimensions: Plate size: 562 by 770mm (22.25 by 30.25 inches)

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        An Essay on British Cottage Architecture being an Attempt to Perpetuate on Principle that Peculiar Mode of Building Which was Originally the Effect of Chance. Exemplified by Fourteen Designs, with their Ichnography, or P

      London Thomas Malton 1804. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps and 4 page contemporary catalogue of architectural books bound in. Slight darkening to page ends Second Edition with two additional plates Quarter-leather pattered board cover with leather fore edge 380mm x 300mm (15" x 12"). 27pp+ plates. 23 aqua-tinta plates. The designs comprise 'dwellings for the peasant and farmer, and retreats for the gentleman; with various observations thereon'. The author was an engraver and watercolourist known for 'Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin' and the son of the architectural draughtsman Thomas Malton.

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        EIN UNPARTHENISCHES GESANG = BUCH (GESANG-BUCH) ENTHALTEND GEISTREICHE LIEDER UND PSALMEN, ZUM ALLGEMEINEN GEBRAUCH DES WAHREN GOTTESDIENSTES AUF BEGEBREN DER BRUDERSCHAFT DER MENONISTEN GEMEINEN AUS VIELEN LIEDERBUCHERN GESAMMELT MIT EINEM DREYFACHEN

      Lancaster Pennsylvania: Johann Ulbrecht. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1804. First Edition. Hardcover. Songs; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [4], 80, 413, 15 pages; EIN UNPARTHENISCHES GESANG = BUCH ENTHALTEND GEISTREICHE LIEDER UND PSALMEN, ZUM ALLGEMEINEN GEBRAUCH DES WAHREN GOTTESDIENSTES. AUF BEGEBREN DER BRUDERSCHAFT DER MENONISTEN GEMEINEN AUS VIELEN LIEDERBUCHERN GESAMMELT. MIT EINEM DREYFACHEN REGISTER. ZUM... 2 volumes in one. Published for the Pennsylvania German population. Includes musical notations , verses and explanations. Paper loss and tears to two front blank endpapers. Balance in VG condition with normal foxing and toning. Bound in contemporary calf leather. Metal clasps lacking leather strips. German Language text. A single copy of the 1839 edition was sold at auction in 1952. One copy on-line currently. Single copy on microform found through World-Cat. No other copies found. Rare imprint. ; 0 .

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        Grundriss der Königlichen Preussischen Haupt und Residenzstadt Berlin.

      . altkol. Kupferstich v. Carl Jättnig b. Oehmighe dem Jüngeren in Berlin, dat. 1804, 41 x 54. Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 214. Sehr seltener Stadtplan, der in 12 Segmenten auf Leinwand montiert ist ( so vom Verlag herausgegeben ). Mit dem Originalschuber. - Der Titel befindet sich unter dem Plan. Die Strassen sind im Plan benannt. Um den Plan herum Erklärungen zu den Stadtvierteln, aber auch zu insgesamt 105 Strassen in den Vierteln und deren Häusern ( Jeweils in alphabetischer Reihenfolge ). - Tadellos erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        An Essay on British Cottage Architecture being an Attempt to Perpetuate on Principle that Peculiar Mode of Building Which was Originally the Effect of Chance. Exemplified by Fourteen Designs, with their Ichnography, or Plans, Laid Down to Scale

      London: Thomas Malton. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps and 4 page contemporary catalogue of architectural books bound in. Slight darkening to page ends. 1804. Second Edition with two additional plates. Quarter-leather pattered board cover with leather fore edge. 380mm x 300mm (15" x 12"). 27pp+ plates. 23 aqua-tinta plates. The designs comprise 'dwellings for the peasant and farmer, and retreats for the gentleman; with various observations thereon'. The author was an engraver and watercolourist known for 'Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin' and the son of the architectural draughtsman Thomas Malton. .

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        GENERAL SYSTEM OF CHEMICAL KNOWLEDGE; AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE PHENOMENA OF NATURE AND ART.|A

      Cadell and Davies, London, England 1804 - 8vo. contemporary quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards. variously paginated. 8 Volumes. Cole 482. Translated from the French by William Nicholson. Each volume with table of contents. Some volumes with table following text. Volumes X and XI bound in one. General index follows text in Vol. XI. Vols. I and IV lacking. Front boards on Vol. II and X-XI separated. Outside joints of many volumes cracked. Some foxing, mainly on endpapers, half titles and titles. contemporary quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Charter of the Associates of the Jersey Company for Powles Hook, Passed at Trenton the 10th of November, 1804

      New-York: Printed by S. Gould & Co.. 1804. First. First edition. Sewn self-wrappers. 11, (1)pp. Modest toning to the pages, light crease and tear on the front wrap, very good. Charter for the purchase of land in Bergen County called Powles Hook. Powles Hook is now the lower part of Jersey City, and was the site of a skirmish during the Revolution. OCLC locates four copies of an 1805 edition (none in New Jersey), none of this 1804 edition. .

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        A General View of the World, Geographical, Historical, and Philosophical; on a Plan Entirely New. Complete in Two Volumes.

      C. Brightly and T. Kinnersley 1804. The Maps are as follows: Map of the World; Europe; Asia; Africa; England & Wales; Scotland; Ireland; Sweden; Germany; United Provinces; Netherlands; France; Spain; Switzerland; Italy; Muscovy, or Russia in Europe; South America; West Indies; North America; Turkey in Europe and Hungary; PLUS AND EXTRA MAP (not called for in the contents), of: Poland, showing the claims of Russia, Prussia & Austria. BINDING: The two volumes are bound in contemporary full leather. CONDITION: Covers scuffed, hinges cracked, front cover of the first volume attached by tape & volume two the front cover is attached to the title page with tape (lacking the blank front endpaper); occasional foxing and browning; the odd stain tear and a few small worm holes in the last few pages of one volume.

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        The Poetical Works of John Milton [Four Volume Set] [Owned by Frances Parke Lewis — George Washington Interest]

      Philadelphia: Benjamin Johnson, 1804. Early. Leather Bound Leather Bound. Good. (Literature) MILTON, John. The Poetical Works of John Milton, from the Text of Doctor Newton: with a Critical Essay, by J. Aikin. Philadelphia: Benjamin Johnson, 1804. Four volume set. Early American Edition. First two volumes dedicated to “Paradise Lost”, followed by “Paradise Regain’d” and other poetical works in Volumes III and IV. Trigesimo-secundo, 5.5 x 4 inches. Fine leather binding with decorative gilt on spine. PO bookplate on front endpaper. PO names on title pages and prelim pages. Foxing to some pages. Spines and joints show slight wear. Front joint of Volume I starting/tinder. Some rubbing and scuffing to boards. Edge wear with bumping to spine and corners. Scarce. Good to Very Good condition. Formerly owned and signed on title pages by Frances Parke Lewis, the great granddaughter of Martha Washington. An amazing association copy!

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        Four manuscript documents, three in scroll format, relating to the American Townsend Harris and his appointment as the first Consul General to Japan and the Japanese reception. Japanese paper, three of the documents range between 60 x 460 mm. to 60 x 1650 mm., the fourth measures 310 x 410 mm.), plus the orig. wrapper (somewhat frayed). N.p.: 1856

      Following the ratification of the Perry Treaty with Japan, Townsend Harris (1804-78), was appointed the first consul general to Japan in August 1855. Harris opened the consulate in Shimoda, near Yokohama, and carried a letter, dated 12 September 1855, from Pres. Franklin Pierce introducing his envoy to the Shogun in Tokyo. In this small collection, there is a contemporary copy of this letter translated into Japanese. With this is a drawing (310 x 410 mm.) which depicts both Harris and his Dutch translator Hendrick Conrad Joannes Heusken (1832-61), in formal military attire along with the American flag. The anonymous artist has also provided their official titles and their names phonetically translated. The third document is a letter written by one Tanigoro Ishibashi, a representative of what seems to be the Ise province. The letter, written to the anonymous lord's secretary -- Hoshiai Osumi no Kami -- describes the negotiations for a trade treaty between Japan and the U.S., the names of the participants, etc. Also mentioned is the visit of Harris to the shogun's castle in Tokyo on 6 October 1856, along with a list of the gifts presented to the shogun (a telescope, cut crystal glass, preserved sardines, peach compote (!), and two books describing birds and animals (probably Audubons).) The fourth document is a reply from Hoshiai Osumi no Kami to his correspondent in Tokyo asking him for frequent updates regarding Harris and the trade negotiations. These documents provide intimate details regarding one of the most important trade treaties ever ratified. Fine condition. .

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        Hollands Arkadia.

      of wandelingen in de omstreken van Haarlem.Haarlem by A.Loosjes Pz. 1804.2 voll. with 1 engr coll. title. and 4 fold.coll.engr plts. of Brouwerskolk, Heemstede, Beverwijk en Duin en Daal. by F.A.Milatz.

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        Hollands Arkadia,.

      of wandelingen in de omsterken van Haarlem. Haarlem by A.Loosjes 1804 with 1 engr.title.and 4 fold. plates of Heemstede, Beverwijk, Brouwerskolk and Duin en Daal.of F.A.Milatz.(not coloured as usual).

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        Meijin ranchiku gafu [trans.: Manual of Instructions on How to Draw Orchids & Bamboo]

      Numerous illus. in the text (several printed in delicate colors of blueish green, green, & brown, some printed in grey ink). 30 folding leaves; 40 folding leaves. Two vols. 8vo, orig. wrappers (worming towards end of Vol. II in gutter), orig. block printed title labels on upper covers (rubbed), stitched as issued. N.p.: 1804. This is a very rare drawing manual containing instructions with examples for portraying orchids and bamboo. It is a classic example of gafu, based on the Chinese idea of copying the masters. The woodcuts show how to draw with a brush the leaves of varying thicknesses and in which order, how to achieve an aesthetic balance, how to depict different species of orchids and bamboo, details of branches and leaves, how to illustrate the complicated center of the orchid flowers using a simplified brush stroke, examples drawn by various masters, etc. The delicacy of some of the woodcuts make them appear to be almost abstract art. Fine set of a most beautiful book. .

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        der ausländischen medizinisch-chirurgischen Literatur. Hrsg. von (C. W. H.) Hufeland und (J. C. F.) Harles. Bde. I-IX (von 10). Mit 17 (10 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln.

      Nürnberg und Sulzbach, I. E. Seidel und Erlangen 1804-09.. HLdr. d. Zt. mit 2 farb. RSch. 8vo. - Erste Ausgabe der reichhaltigen medizinischen Zeitschrift zu zahlr. medizinischen Wissensgebieten. - Tlw. leicht stockfl.,Titel mit Besitzerstempel, 1 Titel mit längerem Einriß, Innendeckel leimschattig und mit Bibliotheks-Schild. -.

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        NUEVA GEOGRAFÍA UNIVERSAL, DESCRIPTIVA, HISTÓRICA, INDUSTRIAL Y COMERCIAL, DE LAS QUATRO PARTES DEL MUNDO. 14 Tomos. (completa)

      0 - Traducida al francés por Fr. Noel, y de la segunda edición en esta lengua á la española por D. F. I. C. Madrid. Imp. de Villalpando. 1804-1814. 17.5x11.5 cm. T. I, XIV + 362 págs. + 7 grandes estados plegados * T. II, 399 págs. + 1 gran estado plegado * T. III, 432 págs. * T. IV, 398 págs. * T. V, 396 págs. * T. VI, 422 págs. * T. VII, 407 págs. * T. VIII, 399 págs. * T. IX, 397 págs. * T. X, 398 págs. * T. XI, 421 págs. * T. XII, 400 págs. * T. XIII, 413 págs. * T. XIV, 439 págs. encuadernación uniforme en plena piel época estilo "Árbol" 1 tejuelo, lomera con hierros, cortes tintados, papel de guardas al agua, perfectos y muy limpios. # geografía. La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 10%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 900 EUR. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Province of Upper Canada Joshua Bennett Land Grant (signed by Peter Hunter, Peter Russell, William Jarvis)

      Province of Upper Canada, 1804. 1st Edition. No binding. Good. 17 x 15-1/4 inches, was folded now flat, some angular trimming on the left and more so on the bottom left side and two small holes in top portion of the document, otherwise good condition.Signed & initialed by Peter Hunter, also signed by Peter Russell and William Jarvis. Dated 17 March, 1804 and signed 20 March, 1804 Land Grant to Joshua Bennett of the Township of Willoughby, the County of Lincoln in the district of Niagara Yeomanin the Township of Willoughby in the County of Lincoln, in the district of Niagara. One Hundred acres Lot Number thirteen in the south concession of the said Township of Willoughby... In the year 1817, the township contained nearly four hundred and fifty inhabitants, and land which was only worth one shilling per acre in 1787 had increased in value to twenty-five shillings per acre. quoted from Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Lincoln and Welland, Ont. Toronto: H.R. Page & Co., 1876. Bennett, Joshua , wheelwright, (from Niagara Settlers Land Records webpage);On 17 Mar 1804 the Crown granted to Joshua Bennet a patent for all 100 acres in Lot 13 Concession 7 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.Unrecorded transaction: Joshua Bennett deeded to Benjamin Bowman all 100 acres in Lot 13 Concession 7 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.On 17 May 1812 the Crown granted to Joshua Bennett a patent for all 100 acres in Lot 10 Concession 6 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.On 20 Aug 1845 (Reg 1 May 1812) Joshua Bennett & Mary his wife sold to Jacob Miller 100 acres in Lot 10 Concession 6 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp. (A225 #4003)HUNTER, Peter, (1746-1805), Lieutenant-General; Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in Canada, 1799-1805; Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, 1799-1805. RUSSELL, Peter (1733-1808); President and Administrator of the Government of Upper Canada (1796-99). He was also a member of the Executive and Legislative Councils and held the post of Upper Canada's first Receiver-General of Upper Canada, 1792-1808.JARVIS, William Provincial Secretary of Upper Canada (appointed by John Graves Simcoe) from 1791 and served until his death in 1817.

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        Versuche uber das Gesetz des Falls, uber den Widerstand der Luft u.uber die Umdrehung der Erd

      Dortmund: Mallinckrodt, 1804. Benzenberg, Johann Friedrich (1777-1846). Versuche über das Gesetz des Falls, über den Widerstand der Luft und über die Umdrehung der Erde . . . 8vo. xii, 423, 432a-432h, 433-542, [2]pp. Additional engraved title and 8 plates, including frontispiece. Dortmund: Mallinckrodt, 1804. 206 x 127 mm. 19th century mottled boards, handwritten paper spine label, light wear at spine. Minor dampstaining and foxing but very good. Library stamps on engraved title. Marginal notes in pencil in an early hand on several leaves, pencil drawing on one plate. First Edition. Benzenberg, a German astronomer, was one of a number of scientists at the turn of the nineteenth century who conducted falling-body experiments to demonstrate the earth?'s rotation and show the accuracy (or lack thereof) of theoretical predictions regarding the earth?'s motion. Benzenberg?'s first experiments were performed in 1802 from a church steeple in Hamburg (illustrated in the frontispiece); he followed these in 1804 with experiments conducted in a mine shaft. Benzenberg was responding in part to the work of Italian physicist Giovanni Baptista Guglielmini (1763-1817), who published his experimental research on the earth?'s rotation in 1789 and 1792.

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        Traite des fortifications souterraines suivi de quatre memoires sur les mines; par le chef de bataillon du genie Mouze, ancien commandant de mineurs

      Paris: Levrault, first edition , 1804. Text and Atlas in one volume. viii and 436 pages. 20 folding plates (two with short tears neatly repaired on the verso with tape). Contemporary quarter calf gilt; the spine is a little faded and soiled; there are neat ink stamps of a Swedish military library on the titlepage and on the back of the plates. Standard Napoleonic manual on this subject.

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        General View of the Agriculture of Hertfordshire. Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement

      By the Secretary of the Board. One folding handcolored engraved map & nine engraved plates (two folding). [iii]-xix, 236 pp. 8vo, cont. calf (rebacked, minor foxing). London: Printed by B. McMillan for G. & W. Nicol et al., 1804. First edition, published in the great series initiated by the Board of Agriculture from 1793, of which Young was secretary. Young's account of Hertfordshire is generally recognized to be one of the best in the series. Very good copy with the bookplate of Robert Clutterbuck (1772-1831), author of The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford (1815-27). Half-title lacking. .

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        Surinaamsche mengelpoëzy.

      Amsterdam, H. Gartman en P.J. Uylenbroek, 1804.4to. Contemporary scored calf, with black morocco title-label on spine. With engraved title with nice vignette by R. Vinkeles. VIII,318 pp.* First edition. - One of the very few poetical descriptions of life in Dutch Guiana. The poems are about slavery, plantations, the land and the people. Including a poem on the death of George Washington. Paul François Roos (1751-1805), the first poet of Surinam, was director of the plantation De jonge Byekorf near the Commewijneriver. - Some blank margins waterstained, otherwise a very good copy on thick paper with wide margins.Muller, America, p.171; Sabin 73101; Van Kempen p.286-289.

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        Province of Upper Canada Joshua Bennett Land Grant (signed by Peter Hunter, Peter Russell, William Jarvis)

      Province of Upper Canada, 1804. 1st Edition. No binding. Good. 17 x 15-1/4 inches, was folded now flat, some angular trimming on the left and more so on the bottom left side and two small holes in top portion of the document, otherwise good condition.Signed & initialed by Peter Hunter, also signed by Peter Russell and William Jarvis. Dated 17 March, 1804 and signed 20 March, 1804 Land Grant to Joshua Bennett of the Township of Willoughby, the County of Lincoln in the district of Niagara Yeomanin the Township of Willoughby in the County of Lincoln, in the district of Niagara. One Hundred acres Lot Number thirteen in the south concession of the said Township of Willoughby... In the year 1817, the township contained nearly four hundred and fifty inhabitants, and land which was only worth one shilling per acre in 1787 had increased in value to twenty-five shillings per acre. quoted from Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Lincoln and Welland, Ont. Toronto: H.R. Page & Co., 1876. Bennett, Joshua , wheelwright, (from Niagara Settlers Land Records webpage);On 17 Mar 1804 the Crown granted to Joshua Bennet a patent for all 100 acres in Lot 13 Concession 7 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.Unrecorded transaction: Joshua Bennett deeded to Benjamin Bowman all 100 acres in Lot 13 Concession 7 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.On 17 May 1812 the Crown granted to Joshua Bennett a patent for all 100 acres in Lot 10 Concession 6 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp.On 20 Aug 1845 (Reg 1 May 1812) Joshua Bennett & Mary his wife sold to Jacob Miller 100 acres in Lot 10 Concession 6 from the Niagara River, Willoughby Twp. (A225 #4003)HUNTER, Peter, (1746-1805), Lieutenant-General; Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in Canada, 1799-1805; Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, 1799-1805. RUSSELL, Peter (1733-1808); President and Administrator of the Government of Upper Canada (1796-99). He was also a member of the Executive and Legislative Councils and held the post of Upper Canada's first Receiver-General of Upper Canada, 1792-1808.JARVIS, William Provincial Secretary of Upper Canada (appointed by John Graves Simcoe) from 1791 and served until his death in 1817.

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        LETTERA AUTOGRAFA FIRMATA 1 p. (mm. 235x190), datata: Roma 29 Febbraio 1804, indirizzata a Mr. Perregau, in lingua francese, di 19 righe.

      (1804).. Il celebre scultore da?' incarico al corrispondente di compiere per suo conto un?'operazione bancaria per una somma di 39.600 franchi. ?"Je recommande à votre amitié de me procurer les possibles avantage dans le change..?". Con alone ma buon esemplare.

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        The Pallah. [Plate No. 10 - As No. 9 June 15th 1804]

      Daniell London 1804 - Hand-coloured aquatint. Some slight fading and browning to edges, otherwise in good condition. Dimensions: 460 by 610 mm (18 by 24 inches). Abbey Travel 321; Gay 3136; Hardie 133; Mendelssohn I, 411-12; Prideaux 245; Sutton 106-7, No. 1 (p153); Tooley 168.

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        Abbildung des großen Ochsens . aus Altbernheim

      Ohne Ort, Druck (Nürnberg, Kellner?, 1804) - Einblattdruck (Radierung) mit gestochenem Erklärungstext, 17,3 x 29,5 cm. Blattgröße: 22 x 36,3 cm. Vgl. Kiefhaber I, 196 (Variante, gestochen von Kellner). Nicht bei Drugulin. Weitere Abbildung des in einigen Drucken beschriebenen, immens großen Mastochsen aus Altbernheim (Burgbernheim), der schließlich in Nürnberg geschlachtet worden ist. Gewicht und Datum sind hier angegeben: "Er kam nach Nürnberg den 27. Aug. 1803, lebendig hat er auf der Heiwaage den 28. Merz 1804 am Gewicht gehabt 25. Centner". Ränder mit leichten Knickspuren, wenig fleckig und gebräunt, gutes Blatt.

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        As Kentucky?s 2nd Governor, James Garrard answers charges against him relating to a land transaction, claiming ?fraud was used in the purchase??

      "Document Signed ?J Garrard? as 2nd Governor of Kentucky, four pages, 8? x 13?. Bourbon County [Kentucky], March 5, 1804. On laid paper. Witnessed by ?Laban Shipp.? Strengthened at mid horizontal folds. Fine condition.Sworn statement by Gov. Garrard answering ?a Bill of Complaint? against him by Philemon Thomas relating to a bond he executed to John Tanner ?for the conveyance of 130 or 140 Acres of land being part of a Preemption of 1000 Acres granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia? to him ?as assignee of William Holiday.? Garrard claims that he ?was induced to make said sale by the false representations that were made to this Deft. [Garrard] by the aforesaid Tanner, that the said Tanner had at the Date aforesaid acquired an interest in a Military Survey on the Ohio river in the name of John David Woolper for which interfered with this Defendants Preemption aforesaid and as this Defendant held the eldest legal title ... the Deft informed him that he did not mean to disprove of his claim provided Woolpers Military Survey left within his claim as much as 250 Acres as it would make an agreeable little plantation...?Baptist preacher John Taylor in his ?Baptists on the American Frontier? (1820s) wrote about the above situation. In part, ?Taylor and Tanner around 1790 had bought from James Garrard part of a thousand acres adjacent to the Woolper grant. Known as the preemption of William Holliday, this land had been surveyed for him in 1785 ... In 1785 Holliday assigned part of his interest in this acreage to Garrard; later the balance went to Philemon Thomas. Tanner and Taylor knew that the Holliday land was overlapped by the prior claim of John David Woolper...?"

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        Erinnerungen aus Paris im Jahre 1804. 2 parts.

      . Carlsruhe 1804. With engraved frontispiece. 262 + 262 + (2) pp. Bound in one contemporary halfleatherbinding with golddecorations and coloured label on spine. * Published the same year as first edition which was published in Berlin..

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        Histoire naturelle generale et particuliere des crustaces et des insectes. Ouvrage faisant suite aux oeuvres de Buffon, et partie du cours complet d'histoire naturelle redige par C. S. Sonnini, membre de plusieurs Societes savantes.

      Paris F. Dufart 1804. . An XII-XIII (= 1804 / 1805), 14 Bde. (von 14) mit 112 (von 112) gestochenen Tafeln. In dieser Vollständigkeit selten. Halbledereinbd. d. Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und dekorativem Buntpapier, rundum Marmorbuchschnitt. Gelenke an den oberen Kanten teilweise mit geringen Altersspuren, Papier mitunter etwas stockfleckig, insgesamt von außerordentlich guter Erhaltung

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        Ossians Gedichte.

      . Erfunden und radirt von I.C. Ruhl, Bildhauer in Cassel, 1804. With engr. title & 40 plates. Oblong-fol. Contp. half cloth, hinges weak. Most plates dampstained..

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        Forelaesninger over Shakspeare og hans Sörgespil Macbeth. Heri findes tillige det ved Sander og Rahbek oversatte Sörgespil Macbeth, som ogsaa kan faaes saerskilt.

      . Kbhvn.: Trykt paa det Gyldendalske Forlag hos Sebastian Popp 1804. XIV + 672 s. Velholdt rent eksemplar indbundet i samtidigt halvlaeder med farvet skindtitelfelt og guldtryk pa ryggen. * Bibl. Dan. IV,380. Heri 1. oversaettelse af Macbeth..

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        C.Julius Caesars Mindes-Skrifter eller historiske Efterretninger om de galliske, borgerlige, afrikanske og spanske Krige.

      . Oversat af Odin Wolff. 2 bd. Kbhvn. 1804. XXXVI + 478, 536 s. Samt. helskind med rygforgyldning. Ryg bd. 1 med svage brugsspor. * Bibl. Dan. IV, 120..

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        Poems. Author's inscription

      London: Nichols and Son. VG : in very good condition. Rebound. Some scattered browning. Heraldic bookplates on paste-down of George Wilbraham and 'In portu Quies'. Author's inscription on title page ' To Roger Wilbraham Esq with the Author's respected compliments'. 1804. A Revised Edition. Modern half calf retaining original marbled boards. 240mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 215pp. Frontispiece engraved portrait and engraved vignettes. All the poems were printed in 1772 and 1798. .

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        The British Trident; or, Register of Naval Actions

      London, 1804-1805. 12mo; five volumes. Vol I: xxvi & 313pp, 7 engravings; Vol II: 384pp, 11 engravings; Vol III: 380pp (pages 73-108, dealing with activities in 1783, are missing, and quite obviously, never bound into this volume), 7 engravings; Vol IV: 324pp, 18 engravings, (5, index) & (1, Directions for the plates & errata); Vol V: iv, (5)-350pp, 10 engravings, (7, index) & a single terminal advertisement page. In all 53 engraved plates of naval actions. These volumes summarize events from the 16th to the beginning of the 19th centuries, with general information on the size, rating complement and armament of British naval ships of all sizes. With detailed accounts of naval actions from 1748 to 1805. Many statistics are given, contemporary narratives and reports quoted. A good source of information, and a good source of illustration, with richly engraved portraits, views and battle scenes. Scarce, not in NMM or British Museum catalogs or John Carter Brown handlist. Uniformly and handsomely bound in full contemporary tree calf, gilt nautical spine decorations, green and red labels and marbled endpapers.

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        Poems. Author's inscription

      London Nichols and Son 1804. VG : in very good condition. Rebound. Some scattered browning. Heraldic bookplates on paste-down of George Wilbraham and 'In portu Quies'. Author's inscription on title page ' To Roger Wilbraham Esq with the Author's respected compliments' A Revised Edition Modern half calf retaining original marbled boards 240mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 215pp. Frontispiece engraved portrait and engraved vignettes. All the poems were printed in 1772 and 1798.

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