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        REYNO DE GALICIA. DESCRIPCIÓN ECONÓMICA. 1804

      1804 - Materia: Libro antiguo sobre galicia. Publicación: Ferrol; en la Imprenta de Don Lorenzo José Riesgo Montero., 1804 Descripción fisica: Fólio (300 x 200 mm.). 341 p., [1] 1 h. de lámina alegoría mitológica del Consulado del Mar, firmado: Cosme Acuña lo inventó. Fernando Selma lo grabó, Encuadernación en plena piel con decoración dorada. ruedas, lomo con dorados y motivos florales. Conservación: Buen estado. Texto limpio y obra cuidada. Portada Grabado e introducción (3h.) en facsimil realizado por expertos empleando papel de época. Notas: Apreciada obra de Galicia que recoge una descripcióneconómica pormenorizada de las provincias, sus caminos antiguos y modernos, observaciones sobre la población, agricultura, lencería, cáñamos, cosechas de seda y pesca. Recoge el estado general de la población del reino del año 1797: poblaciones, oficinas públicas, particulares, casas de estudio, censos poblacional, oficios y empleados. Otros datos: Incorpora apéndices con del vecindario del reyno y apéndice con detalle de los buques que entraron en el puerto de la Coruña entre los años 1793 a 1797. RBS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MEMOIRS OF STEPHEN BURROUGHS. [with:] .VOLUME II.

      Hanover, N.H.: Benjamin True, 1798, and Boston: Caleb Bingham, 1804. - Two volumes. [2],vi-vii,[8]-298; 202pp. Portrait on newsprint pasted to verso of second volume titlepage. First volume: Modern calf. Second volume: 12mo. Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked in matching style. Some foxing and toning. A very good set. The Thomas W. Streeter-Frank S. Streeter copy, with their bookplates on the front pastedowns, and Thomas Streeter's pencil notes on the front pastedown of the second volume. A complete set of this memoir of a notorious swindler and con man, including the notoriously rare second volume. Burroughs (1765-1840) was born in Hanover, New Hampshire, the son of a Congregational minister, and quickly gained a reputation as a troublesome child. He ran away from home at age fourteen, joined the army only to desert shortly thereafter, and then enrolled at Dartmouth. He left college early, went to sea as a privateer, and impersonated a ship's physician. Back in New England he impersonated a minister in Pelham, Massachusetts, and was soon caught counterfeiting money. Burroughs was imprisoned in Northampton, where he tried several times to escape before setting fire to the jail, which resulted in his incarceration at Castle Island in Boston Harbor. He escaped from the island fortress, was recaptured, and served out his term, eventually moving to Canada, where he became the leader of a counterfeiting ring. Later in life he reformed, joined the Catholic church, and became a teacher to privileged youth. "One of the great criminal autobiographies, and an important piece of picaresque Americana" - Streeter. As the second volume was published some years later in a different city, and evidently in much smaller numbers, complete sets are virtually impossible to come by. Shaw & Shoemaker locate only three copies of the second volume. STREETER SALE 724 (this copy). SABIN 9466 (not noting 2nd volume). HOWES B1022, "aa." EVANS 33478. NAIP w020739. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 5957. APPLETON'S CYCLOPÆDIA I, p.470.

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        Map of the Northern Parts of the United States of America.

      Boston 1804 - A facinating map of the Old North West. Connecticut's extravagant claims to territory in the west are reflected in the portion of northern Ohio called New Connecticut., Size : 235x400 (mm), 9.25x15.75 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, lower right margin has been extended.

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        VOYAGE A L'OUEST DES MONTS ALLÉGHANYS, DANS LES ÉTATS DE L'OHIO, DU KENTUCKY ET DU TENNESSÉE, ET RETOUR A CHARLESTON PAR LES HAUTES-CAROLINES

      Paris. 1804.. vi,312pp. plus folding map. Half title. Contemporary half speckled calf and salmon boards, spine gilt, green leather labels. Some minor flecking to spine, but still bright and nice. A very good, fresh copy. "...The zest with which Michaux describes some of the wonders of the West in this brief and discursive journal is as pleasant as his intelligent discussion of economical facts, and puritan domesticity in the East...he gave his countrymen a correct and impressive idea of the products and promise of the great West, but more especially of Ohio and Kentucky" - Thomson. A classic travel narrative by one of the great early naturalists in America, later famous for his work on trees. With a handsome folding engraved map of the United States. HOWES M579. HUBACH, p.38. MEISEL III:365. SABIN 48703. THOMSON 822. MONAGHAN 1063. CLARK II:106. STREETER SALE 830.

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        Campylopterus Hyperythrus (Rufous-breasted Sabre-wing)

      - John Gould (1804-1881) An illustration from A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Hummingbirds First edition: London, 1849-61 (supplement printed 1880-87) Hand-colored lithographs with gum arabic metallic detail Framed size: 27 1/2” x 21” (silver leaf frame) John Gould was without question the most prolific ornithological artist of the 19th century, and the only one to rival John James Audubon in ambition and quality. The19th century was a time of intense fascination with discoveries in natural history, especially regarding knowledge of the wildlife of exotic lands. Gould shared the romantic enthusiasm of his time for such subjects, as well as the popular impulse to catalogue exotic wildlife. He combined his passion for natural history with outstanding scientific, artistic, and entrepreneurial talents. Drawing on these abilities, he embarked on a series of projects that would eventually make him the leading publisher of ornithological illustrations in Victorian Britain. Gould’s unparalleled career spanned five decades, and he produced a monumental series of books of birds throughout the world. From the time he took up taxidermy in his early teens, Gould was devoted to recording bird life, either as he observed it personally or as it was reported to him by other ornithologists. He procured the scientific information through extensive correspondence, travel, and field research. The preparatory drawings that he produced were passed on for completion to skilled illustrators, most notably his wife, Elizabeth, and Edward Lear. The plates which resulted from such partnerships were a splendid fusion of art and science, with a scope than remains unsurpassed. Stunning and at the same time highly accurate, Gould’s illustrations linked beauty to science, and science to beauty, in and an unprecedented manner. Of all his works, many of Gould’s best-known images come from this beautiful and comprehensive monograph on hummingbirds. One of his largest productions, the Hummingbirds was also the most painstaking, meticulously detailed project that the ornithologist attempted. In order to create accurate representations of the tiny, delicately beautiful birds, Gould invented a new method of coloring, using metallic pigments to reproduce the iridescence of their plumage. Most images also show at least one subject in flight to further accentuate the coloring of their feathers. The compositions generally show the birds in animated groupings of two or three, surrounded by foliage and landscapes. All of the hummingbirds are drawn to scale and are anatomically correct to the smallest detail, their brilliant coloring highlighted with gold and transparent luster. Most of the subjects in the book were taken from Gould’s personal collection of hummingbird specimens, a number of which he exhibited at the Zoological Gardens, Regent’s Park, during the Great Exhibition of 1851. Joining commerce with science, Gould also utilized the exhibition to display his method of metallic coloring (a shrewd move that worked to publicize his monograph). Gould’s exhibition was a major success, attracting more that 75,000 visitors and, very possibly, not a few of the 273 subscribers to A Monograph of the Trochilidae. These tiny, exuberantly colored birds captured the attention and affection of a vast number of European viewers. Gould’s Hummingbirds represents a splendid triumph of aesthetic sensitivity and scientific rigor.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Geschichte und Heilart des endemischen und ansteckenden Fiebers. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt (und mit Anmerkungen von Kurt Sprengel)

      Stuttgart, Metzler 1804 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Hirsch/H. III, 387; Engelmann, Bibl. med.-chirurg. 274; Ersch/Puchelt, Literatur d. Medizin 3405b. - Seltenes medizinisches Werk. - Das gemeinhin als 'Gelbes Fieber' bezeichnete epidemische, endemische und ansteckende Fieber breitete sich zuerst auf Jamaika und anderen westindischen Inseln besonders unter den englischen Soldaten aus. Hier fand der englische Wundarzt Gelegenheit, die verschiedensten Formen und Grade des Fiebers zu studieren und seine Beobachtungen in ein System zu bringen. - Robert Jackson (1750-1827) schrieb nach Aufenthalten in Westindien, Nordamerika und im Orient vorwiegend über Tropenkrankheiten. Zu Sprengel siehe Hirsch/H. V, 374. - The Original English Edition was published in Edinburgh 1798, titled: An Outline of the History and Cure of Fever, Endemic and Contagious; More Expressly the contagious fever of jails, ships, and hospitals; the concentrated endemic, vulgarly the Yellow Fever of the West Indies. To which is added, etc. . - Sauber VIII, 357 Seiten, 1 Blatt Verlagsanzeigen Karton der Zeit mit zweifarbigem Rückenschild und verblasster Rückenvergoldung, 8° [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH]
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        The Dance of Death

      John Harding, London 1804 - small leather bound volume with engravings by W. Hollar after the work of Hans Holbein, boards a bit worn, spine worn ffep loose but generally in quite good shape one fold out ills. Danse McCaber missing front edge, 30 engravings by W. Hollar from the original painting of Hans Holbeing, including Danse of Macaber: In a contemporary English gold-tooled painted calf binding. Wencelas Hollar is viewed a one of the formost engravers of his time (late 1600) his copper plates were known to be in use until the mid-1800's. Holbein is regarded as the premier portrait painter of all time and was attached to the court of Henry VIII. of the many copies of the Dance of Death, this one is quite scarce, There is a copy in the British Library. Hollar's engravings alone are quite collectable.The Dance of Death; painted by H. Holbein, and engraved by W. Hollar. [With introductory essays by Francis Douce.] London: John Harding, 1804. pp. 70: plates; [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ian Thompson]
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        Ordonnance provisoire sur l'exercice et les manoeuvres de la Cavalerie rédigée par Ordre du Ministre de la guerre. Du Ier vendémiaire an XIII.

      chez Magimel, libraire pour l'Art Militaire, An XIII, 1804., A Paris, - 2 voll. 8º (cm. 19), m. oelle coeva con angoli e tassello ai dorsi (qualche lieve segno d'uso); vol. I pp. [4], XXIV, 514 [i.e. 518], [4], e 4 tavv. d'ill. f.t. incise in rame recto/verso (pentagrammate); vol. II pp. 12 e 125 tavv. incise in rame (moltis. ripiegate) e numerate (di 126, manca la tav. n. 52); carte in ottimo stato (solo lievis. e sporadiche fioriture e lievi gore marginali in fine), bruniture alle tavv. pentagrammate e alle carte d'introduzione alle tavv. del vol. II, aloni d'umido alle tavv. del voll. II (alcune invertite nella num.). Edizione originale. Esemplare più che discreto.

      [Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi]
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        VOYAGE A L'OUEST DES MONTS ALLÉGHANYS, DANS LES ÉTATS DE L'OHIO, DU KENTUCKY ET DU TENNESSÉE, ET RETOUR A CHARLESTON PAR LES HAUTES- CAROLINES.

      Paris. 1804. - vi,312pp. plus folding map. Half title. Contemporary half speckled calf and salmon boards, spine gilt, green leather labels. Some minor flecking to spine, but still bright and nice. A very good, fresh copy. ".The zest with which Michaux describes some of the wonders of the West in this brief and discursive journal is as pleasant as his intelligent discussion of economical facts, and puritan domesticity in the East.he gave his countrymen a correct and impressive idea of the products and promise of the great West, but more especially of Ohio and Kentucky" - Thomson. A classic travel narrative by one of the great early naturalists in America, later famous for his work on trees. With a handsome folding engraved map of the United States. HOWES M579. HUBACH, p.38. MEISEL III:365. SABIN 48703. THOMSON 822. MONAGHAN 1063. CLARK II:106. STREETER SALE 830.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Coturnix Coromandelica

      This splendid hand-colored, folio-size lithograph, Coturnix Coromandelica, from John Gould’s (1804-1881) monumental book "Birds of Asia" (1850-1883) is in excellent condition with a few light staining marks. Measuring 15" x 21.75", this lithograph displays the author’s scientific skill and attention to detail.?Commonly called Coromandel Quails, or Rain Quails, these birds are expertly hand-colored in different shades of brown, with intricate feather patterns throughout their bodies. Two male quails are illustrated in a frontal position, one with his wing up, allowing for their patterned faces and plumage can be appreciated.John Gould was an English ornithologist, self-taught artist and naturalist. Gould first worked as a gardener under his father in the Royal Gardens of Windsor from 1818-1824, where he began his illustrations. He became an expert taxidermist, opening his own practice in London in 1824 and in 1827 he became the first Curator and Preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. Through his work he was able to meet with the country’s leading naturalists and view new collections of birds given to the Zoological Society. His interest in birds was continually developing and in 1830 he published his first volume on birds, “A Century of Birds From the Himalaya Mountains.” For the next fifty years, Gould, his wife and artists working with them traveled around Asia, the East Indies and Australia. His wife Elizabeth and other artists were able to transfer his sketches to stone; hand print and hand-color them.One of Gould's greatest achievements, the “Birds of Asia” was in production longer than any of his other work, taking thirty-four years for the appearance of its thirty-five parts. The ornithologist was fascinated by the diversity of the exotic, colorful species of Asia, and he conveyed his enchantment to viewers, creating one of his most monumental and magnificent sets. For the preparation of “Birds of Asia”, Gould’s team of artists was joined by the German-born Josef Wolf, who, like Richter and Hart, would also become a long-term collaborator. The subjects of the plates are among the most varied of Gould's folios: trogons, kingfishers, sunbirds, woodpeckers, partridges, parrots, parakeets, pheasants, and many other genera are beautifully drawn, printed and colored. Gould placed many of the overwhelmingly vibrant, showy and elegant birds in settings appropriately lush and detailed. Perhaps more than in any of his other productions, he was careful to create an environment that was extensively delineated and highly accurate.In many of Gould's other books, the background was subtle or nonexistent, but he was clearly fascinated by the foliage and wildlife of Asia. The intended geographical range of the work was enormous and very much in keeping with the seemingly limitless ambition of the 19th century's most enterprising and prolific ornithologist. “Birds of Asia” was an overwhelming success, despite the great length of time over which it was produced. It was also a stunning feat in that, throughout the four decades of its production, the quality remained outstandingly high. The many noted subscribers included Queen Victoria, the Emperor of Austria, the kings of Hanover, Belgium, and Portugal, museums, universities, and institutions in cities worldwide.

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        A CONCISE EXTRACT, FROM THE SEA JOURNAL OF WILLIAM MOULTON; WRITTEN ON BOARD OF THE ONICO, IN A VOYAGE FROM THE PORT OF NEW- LONDON IN CONNECTICUT, TO STATEN-LAND IN THE SOUTH SEA; TOGETHER WITH STRICTURES AND REMARKS ON VARIOUS SUBJECT MATTERS WHICH CAME WITHIN HIS NOTICE, ON THE COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA, AND AT A VARIETY OF ISLANDS IN THE SOUTH SEA AND PACIFIC OCEAN, IN THE YEARS, 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 AND 1804

      Utica: For the author, 1804.. 158pp. plus errata. Modern three quarter gilt morocco and marbled boards. Browned and foxed, a few leaves dampstained, else very good. "Moulton had served the country under arms, before he shipped out on the American schooner Onico on the voyage 'to take fur seal in the Southern and Pacific Oceans, and when she had obtained her cargo, to proceed to Canton in China, to dispose of it, and take in a cargo of the merchandise of that country, for America.' Moulton's object for the voyage was to acquire property and to improve his health. He kept a diary for the length of the trip recording every event in detail. The whole crew with him suffered great hardship and indignities from the ship's master, George Howe, and the first mate, George Haley, who eventually sold the ship and abandoned the mutinous crew 'in a remote part of the Southern Hemisphere.' The Onico visited ports along the west coast of South America and Juan Fernandez, where the crew was deserted by Howe. The account includes interesting observations on the history, geography, climate, and natural history of the places visited, in addition to numerous documents pertaining to the events and account of the sealing activities. This little-known book is notable for its scarcity and for being the first book to be printed in Utica, N.Y. Although the printers are not stated, it was doubtless printed by Merrell & Seward" - Hill. This volume is one of the few narratives published of the early period of American sealing activities in the South Atlantic and South Pacific. HILL 1193. AII (UTICA) 15. HOWES M863. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 6832. SABIN 52236.

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        A History Of The College Of Arms And The Lives Of All The Kings, Heralds, And Pursuivants

      J. Debrett and T. Egerton, London 1804 - Frpm The Reign Of Richard III Founder Of The College, Until The Present Time With A Preliminary Dissertation Relative To The Different Orders In England Particularly The Gentry Since The Norman Conquest. Taken From Records, Manuscripts, And Other The Most Indisputable Authorities. 449pp.frontis portrait,plus 3 additional portraits,Appendix, index and other end matter LXII pp.A nice clean copy in original 3/4 calf binding, somewhat worn but solid hinges and tight binding. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front board. A very nice clean copy free from mildew. Very scarce edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bibliothèque Géographique et Instructive Des Jeunes Gens, Ou Recueil De voyages Intéressants Pour L'instruction et L'amusement De La Jeunesse

      J.E. Gabriel Dufour, Paris 1804 - 48 tomes reliés en 24 volumes. Soit 3ème année (1804) en 12 tomes ( 6 volumes) 4 ème année ( 1805 ) en 12 tomes ( 6 volumes), 5 ème année ( 1806 ) en 12 tomes ( 6 volumes) et 6ème année et dernière ( 1807) en 12 tomes ( 6 volumes). Chaque tome avec une vignette gravée. L'ensemble des 24 volumes est relié avec un cartonnage marbré, dos ronds avec filets dorés , pièces de titre oranges, pièces de tomaison vertes. Le volume 36 et dernier comprend un tableau dépliant des voyages contenus dans cette collection. Cet ensemble est en bon état, solide, avec quelques minimes défauts d'usage, très charmant et décoratif. Photos sur demande. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: La Pensée Sauvage]
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        L'art d'accoucher. Traduit de l'allemand sur la 5e. édition par P(ierre) F(rançois) Briots, suivi d'une dissertation sur la fièvre puerpérale par J. Charles Gasc.

      Courlebois, Bossange, Gabon,, Paris, 1804 - 2 Bände. Paris, Courlebois, Bossange, Gabon, 1804. 8°. 2 Bl., LXIII S., 157 S.; 2 Bl., 291 S. Mit 24 gefalteten, gestochenen Kupfertafeln. Marmorierte Lederbände der Zeit mit 2 grünen Rückenschildern und floraler Rückenvergoldung. Waller 9204. - Hirsch V, 521. - Erste französische Ausgabe des erstmals 1770 in Deutsch erschienenen Lehrbuches das ab 1775 unter dem Titel "Praktische Anleitung zur Geburtshilfe in widernatürlichen und schweren Fällen." erschien. - In der vorliegenden Ausgabe von Briot mit einem umfangreichen Vorwort und der Dissertation von Gasc (s. Hirsch II 501) durch zwei wichtige Texte erweitert. - Mit je zwei alt überklebten Besitzvermerken auf den Vorsätzen und dem letzten Textblatt. - Durchgehend etwas stockfleckig. Einbände an den Rückenkanten und Kapitalen schwach angerissen. Sprache: N Marmorierte Lederbände der Zeit mit 2 grünen Rückenschildern und floraler Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Reise durch das westliche Afrika, in den Jahren 1785, 1786 und 1787.: Aus dem Französischen mit Anmerkungen übersetzt von J.A. Bergk.

      Berlin, Hamburg, 1804. - 8°. 2 nn. Bl., 442 S., m. 1 gestochenen gefalteten Karte u. 4 (1 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenschildern und leichter Rückenvergoldung, (etwas berieben, Kapitale gestaucht, leicht fleckig). (Bibliothek der neuesten und interessantesten Reisebeschreibungen, 18). Zweite deutsche Ausgabe. - Henze II, 363; Gay 2897; Kainbacher 57, 2. - Bericht des französischen Ingenieurkapitäns Golberry (1742-1822), über seine Reisen im Regierungsauftrag durch das Senegal-Gebiet. - Mit Beschreibungen der Sitten und Gebräuche der Einwohner, deren landwirtschaftliche Produkte, sowie zoologischen Beobachtungen. - Minimal stockfleckig, schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        The Scenery, Antiquities, and Biography, of South Wales.

      TN Longman and O Rees, London 1804 - In contemporary brown speckled full leather, a little bumped and worn at corners and edges, gilt tooling to edges. Spine has been relaid in the distant past retaining gilt tooling, title in gilt to red leather label. Internally, marbled endpapers, bookplate of John Houlton of Farley Castle in Somerset to fep, has the half title, frontis, [4], (vii), 634 pp, [3], 12 plates by Laporte (1 plate a little cropped at head) + pull out map, small tear at p 17/18. A nice copy! Malkin, Benjamin Heath, schoolmaster and antiquary. His taste for the picturesque is to be seen in his topographical work The Scenery, Antiquities and Biography of South Wales, published in 1804 and reissued in a two-volume edition in 1807. Written after a tour of south Wales in 1803, it was one of the best travel books of its kind, displaying Malkin's acute observation and considerable knowledge of Welsh history. See ODNB for a full Bio. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Contes à rire, ou nouvelles récréations françaises.

      Chez les marchands de nouveautés 1804 - - Chez les marchands de nouveautés, A Paris 1804, 4 tomes en 2 Vol. in 12 (9x14,5cm), 136 128pp. et 132 138pp., 2 Vol. reliés. - Nouvelle édition, corrigée et augmentée. Demi Veau glacé caramel postérieur (1850). Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge et de tomaison en maroquin brun. Jolie série. Excellent état. Série de contes humoristiques et satiriques de la vie quotidienne. La première édition de Contes à rire parut en 1681 (2 parties en un volume), un troisième volume parut en 1762, un quatrième volume a été ajouté pour cette édition. 136 128pp. et 132 138pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Hydrophaslanus Sinensis (Chinese Jacana)

      This splendid hand-colored, folio-size lithograph, Hydrophaslanus Sinensis, from John Gould’s (1804-1881) monumental book "Birds of Asia" (1850-1883) is in excellent condition with few light foxing marks in the margins. Measuring 15" x 21.5", this lithograph displays the author’s scientific skill and attention to detail. Commonly called Chinese or Pheasant Tailed Jacana, these wading birds are expertly hand-colored with their characteristically large claws displayed prominently. Illustrated in this dynamic lithograph is the breeding Jacana in the foreground, a juvenile wading in the center and background and a non-breeding adult standing on a lily pad.John Gould was an English ornithologist, self-taught artist and naturalist. Gould first worked as a gardener under his father in the Royal Gardens of Windsor from 1818-1824, where he began his illustrations. He became an expert taxidermist, opening his own practice in London in 1824 and in 1827 he became the first Curator and Preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. Through his work he was able to meet with the country’s leading naturalists and view new collections of birds given to the Zoological Society.His interest in birds was continually developing and in 1830 he published his first volume on birds, “A Century of Birds From the Himalaya Mountains.” For the next fifty years, Gould, his wife and artists working with them traveled around Asia, the East Indies and Australia. His wife Elizabeth and other artists were able to transfer his sketches to stone; hand print and hand-color them. One of Gould's greatest achievements, the “Birds of Asia” was in production longer than any of his other work, taking thirty-four years for the appearance of its thirty-five parts.The ornithologist was fascinated by the diversity of the exotic, colorful species of Asia, and he conveyed his enchantment to viewers, creating one of his most monumental and magnificent sets. For the preparation of “Birds of Asia”, Gould’s team of artists was joined by the German-born Josef Wolf, who, like Richter and Hart, would also become a long-term collaborator. The subjects of the plates are among the most varied of Gould's folios: trogons, kingfishers, sunbirds, woodpeckers, partridges, parrots, parakeets, pheasants, and many other genera are beautifully drawn, printed and colored.Gould placed many of the overwhelmingly vibrant, showy and elegant birds in settings appropriately lush and detailed. Perhaps more than in any of his other productions, he was careful to create an environment that was extensively delineated and highly accurate. In many of Gould's other books, the background was subtle or nonexistent, but he was clearly fascinated by the foliage and wildlife of Asia. The intended geographical range of the work was enormous and very much in keeping with the seemingly limitless ambition of the 19th century's most enterprising and prolific ornithologist. “Birds of Asia” was an overwhelming success, despite the great length of time over which it was produced. It was also a stunning feat in that, throughout the four decades of its production, the quality remained outstandingly high. The many noted subscribers included Queen Victoria, the Emperor of Austria, the kings of Hanover, Belgium, and Portugal, museums, universities, and institutions in cities worldwide.

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        The costume of Great Britain. London, Howlett and Brimmer für W. Miller, 1804 (1805). 1 w. Bl., Tit., III S., 60 Text-Bll. m. Tafelbeschreibungen. Mit altkolor. gestoch. Titelvign. u. 60 altkolor. Aquatinta-Taf. Fol. Schöner, reich goldgepr. dunkelblauer Maroquin d. Zt. u. Goldschnitt (Ecken minimal bestoßen).,

      1804 - Lipperheide GCa18; Colas 2448; Tooley 388.- Erste Ausgabe.- Schöne englische Berufsdarstellungen, Volkstypen und Volksbelustigungen wie Feuerwehrmann, Laternenanzünder, Richter, Rechtsanwalt, Schausteller, Bierbrauer, Fischer, Ausrufer, Stadtrat, General sowie Szenen vom Jahrmarkt, Lotterieveranstaltung, Hinrichtung, Schiffsuntergang u.a.- Die Tafeln mit Hintergrundkolorierung wie oft mit leichtem Abklatsch auf die gegenüberliegende Textseite.- Tafel 24 mit 3 kleinen restaurierten Randeinrissen.- Gestochenes Exlibris auf Spiegel.- Die Tafeln meist datiert mit 'Jan. 1805'. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        El Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha

      Imprenta de Juan Pinard, Burdeos 1804 - 4 vols. I: Anteport., port., XLVI-328 p. II: 432 p. inc. port. III: XI-382 p. inc. port. IV: 438 p. Holandesa puntas de época, lomo liso, hierros dorados de carácter romántico.Sigue la edición de Madrid, 1797. Buen ejemplar muy limpio. Rius: "Edición ecocómica pero bien impresa". Suñé, Buena impresión en papel vergé. Givanel: "edición impresa en buen papel y tipo de letra claro" Palau, 52033; Rius, 64; Givanel, 486; Suñé, 70; Bonsoms, 412

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        The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Written by Himself

      London: John Stockdale,, 1804. 2 volumes, octavo (212 × 130 mm). Near contemporary black half calf, marbled sides, red and brown labels to spine, edges sprinkled red, tan endpapers. 2 engraved frontispieces and 14 plates. Bookplates of John Whiteley Ward in each volume. 1906 newspaper clipping on Crusoe's island inserted onto front free endpaper of volume I. Boards rubbed, short splits to headcaps, scratch to upper board of volume II, lightly foxed. A good set. Stockdale's edition, comprising The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe and its sequel The Further Adventures, as well as a life of Daniel Defoe by George Chalmers, was first published in 1790.

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        The British Classics

      London - John Sharpe 1804 - A wonderful complete collection of these classic works containing articles from great British newspapers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, compiled by John Sharpe, renowned publisher of the early 1800s. Fourteen volumes of the original thirty-four within The British Classics collection. All works are complete within themselves, The Tatler infour volumes; The Spectator in eight volumes; andThe Guardian intwo volumes. Illustrated throughout with frontispiece engravings of the newspaper editors, and contributorsin each volume, and engraved title pages. Each volume also benefits from a further five beautifully engraved plate in each. The original Tatler was founded in 1709 by Richard Steele, who used the nom de plume Isaac Bickerstaff, Esquire, the first such consistently adopted journalistic persona. Steele's idea was to publish the news and gossip heard in London coffeehouses, hence the title, and seemingly, from the opening paragraph, to leave the subject of politics to the newspapers, while presenting Whiggish views and correcting middle-class manners, while instructing these Gentlemen, for the most part being Persons of strong Zeal, and weak Intellects. . . what to think. To assure complete coverage of local gossip, a reporter was placed in each of the city's popular coffeehouses, or at least such were the datelines: accounts of manners and mores were datelined from White's; literary notes from Will's; notes of antiquarian interest were dated from the Grecian Coffee House; and news items from St. Jamess Coffee House. The Spectator was a daily publication founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele in England after they met at Charterhouse School; it lasted from 1711 to 1712. The paperappeared thrice weekly for sixmonths, and these papers when collected toformeight volumes. The stated goal of The Spectator was to enliven morality with wit, and to temper wit with morality. . . to bring philosophy out of the closets and libraries, schools and colleges, to dwell in clubs and assemblies, at tea-tables and coffeehouses (No. 10). It recommended that its readers consider it part of the tea-equipage (No. 10) and not leave the house without reading it in the morning. One of its functions was to provide readers with educated, topical talking points, and advice in how to carry on conversations and social interactions in a polite manner. In keeping with the values of Enlightenment philosophies of their time, the authors of The Spectator promoted family, marriage, and courtesy. The Guardian was a newspaper published in London from 12 March to 1 October 1713. It was also founded by Richard Steele, and featured contributions from Joseph Addison, Thomas Tickell, Alexander Pope and Ambrose Philips. Sir Richard Steele was an Irish writer and politician, remembered as the founder of these three influential British newspapers. Condition: In original diced calf bindings with gilt designs to the spines. Externally, rubbing to the boards and spines, with wear to extremities. Calf is cracking slightly to all joints, and several hinges are slightly strained. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound and bright throughout, instances of spotting throughout each volume, which is heavier to the first and last pages. Armorial bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume. Overall: GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life of a Lover

      London: Printed for G. & J. Robinson, 1804. First edition, with half-titles. 6 vols., 8vo. xi, 320; 336; 314; 363; 298; 376 pp. Vols. 1-4, Printed by S. Hamilton, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street. Vols. 5 & 6 "T. Davison, White-Friars.". Bound in contemporary Irish marbled calf, with red morocco spines. Bookplate of Nicholas Browne (d. 1816), Mount Hazel (County Galway.) Fine, small irregularity on the upper cover of volume one. Garside & Schowerling 1804, 38; Wolff 3998 (note) . Offered at 36s 6d in boards

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        The Costume of the Hereditary States of The House of Austria, Displayed Iin Fifty Coloured Engravings, with Descriptions, and an Introduction

      William Miller, London 1804 - Folio - over 12. Book. 50 handcolored plates, all 14 by 10 inches, clean as can be. Pages in general clean, with usual offsetting from plates onto text pages. xxviii, list of plates, then plates alternating with text page, English one side, French the other, all of which is unpaginated. Binding tight. Leather has some soilage and rubbed along spine edge. Gilt bright on boards, faded on spine. High quality of interior and plates make this fine, or near fine, overall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Costume Of The Hereditary States Of The House Of Austria

      William Miller, London 1804 - IV pages in text. Folio, 37 x 27 cm. 50 hand-colored aquatint plates, two title pages in French and English with text describing the individual plates also in both languages. English text translated by R.C. Dallas, the commentary on the ethnic background of the varied populace of the Austro-Hungarian Empire reflect the social and racial prejudices of the time. ABBEY TRAVEL 71. COLAS, No. 2112. LIPPERHEIDE, No. 831. MARTIN HARDIE p. 151. Internally exceptionally clean, text and plates, a bare hint of offsetting to a few leaves. Extremity rubbing, double gilt border fillets house rectangle of gilt floret designs with those in blind outside the frame, raised bands, spine panels richly gilt. Contemporary straight-grain green morocco. Aeg. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE COSTUME OF THE HEREDITARY STATES OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA. Displayed in fifty coloured engravings; with descriptions and an introduction.

      William Miller. London. 1804 - FOLIO. Later issue with paper watermarked 1819. Fifty fine hand coloured plates showing people of Alpine, Bohemian, Moravian and Hungarian cultures. Some creasing to endpapers, final & preliminary blanks otherwise fine in early binding of dark green straight grain morocco, blind stamped and gilt with foliate and classical rolls. Spine in compartments with rococco gilt tooling. Gilt inner dentelles. All edges gilt. Some light rubbing to edges of binding otherwise a lovely copy of this beautiful costume book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        THE COSTUME OF THE HEREDITARY STATES OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA, . with descriptions, and an introduction. Translated by R.C. Dallas.

      London: printed for William Miller by William Bumer 1804 - Folio, (346x250mm), [4],xxviii.[2],[100]p. 50 hand-coloured engraved plates, duplicated title pages and parallel text in English and French, small piece torn from the foremargin of 1 text leaf without textual loss. Near-contemporary half calf, marbled paper sides and endleaves, joints and corner tips rubbed, a piece of leather missing from the tail of the backstrip. Bookplate. (Isaac 'Checklist' in William Bulmer, the fine printer in context 375). An early issue with the English title page, publisher's advertisement, and several text leaves, watermarked W. Elgar 1796; the French introduction is watermarked E&J 1802, most of the text leaves are watermarked 1803 (the English text being on the rectos and French on the versos), while only one plate carries a watermark: J. Whatman 1804. Wonderful hand-coloured engravings of peasant dress in several central European states and regions: Austia, Carniola, the Tyrol, Hungary, Bohemia, Transylvania, Polish Jews, Moravia, Dalmatia, &c. HEAVY BOOK, overseas customers please note that this title weighs more than the 1 kg packed average on which postage charges are based, email us through the 'Ask the bookseller a question' option for delivery options and additional charges. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Barry McKay Rare Books]
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        The Costume Of The Hereditary States Of The House Of Austria

      Publisher 1804 - Translated by R C Dallas, Printed for Wiliam Miller, 1804. Folio, cont. Russia, with broad key pattern in gilt, a.e.g. (covers detached). 50 hand coloured aquatint plates (very light offsetting). Bookplate of Inigo W Jones. This is a particularly heavy item which would be uneconomic to ship overseas. UK orders only, please. When securely packed this item will weigh in the region of 3020g. (YBP Ref: 152/3 15) Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      C. Brightly and T. Kinnersley, Bungay 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. Size: 10 3/4 X 8 1/2 Inches.( 27.5 x 21.5 Cms.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres complètes des Mesdames De La Fayette et De Tencin. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée, précédée de notices historiques et littéraires, et augmentée de la Comtesse de Tende, par Madame de La Fayette, de la Correspondance de Madame de Tencin avec M. de Richelieu, de la Comtesse de Savoie et d'Amènophis, par madame de Fontaines.

      Colnet, Fain, Mongie, Debray, Delaunai,, A Paris, 1804 - Cinque volumi di cm. 20,5, pp. 2.000 ca. complessive. Con un ritratto al quarto volume. Bella ed elegante legatura coeva in pieno marocchino, dorsi a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da cornici dorate e fregi a secco centrali, dentelles e tagli marmorizzati. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Preziosa e stimata edizione che raccoglie per la prima volta in modo completo le opere complete delle due scrittrici, con l'aggiunta due romanzi di Madame de Fontaines. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Catalogus Systematicus Coleopterorum.

      - Catalogue systematique des Coleopteres. Systematische naamlijst van dat geslacht der Insecten dat men Torren noemt. La Haye, G. Bakhuysen, (1804-) 1806. 2 volumes. 4to (251 x 202mm). With 105 fine hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary calf, sides with gilt border, gilt ornameneted spines with red and green gilt lettered label. A fine copy of the first major iconography on Coleoptera and one of the finest entomological works published in the Netherlands. Johannes Eusebius Voet (1706-1778) was a physician at Dordrecht. He possessed a large cabinet of insects and shells and was the son of Carl Voet, who was court-painter to the Earl of Portland. The Dutch Entomological Society has a splendid album on insects and their metamorphosis, following closely Goedaert, by his hand. According to Landwehr, Voet was as well the author as the artist of the 'Catalogus Systematicus Coleopterorum'. Most of the splendid plates are engraved by C.F.C. Kleeman, Roesel's son-in-law, in the same elaborate manner and preciseness of detail that we know from his other works. The text of the present work is written in Latin, French and Dutch. An unusual clean and fine copy without any foxing.Landwehr 201; Nissen ZBI, 4259. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels in China, Containing Descriptions, Observations , and Comparisons, Made and Collected in the course of a short Residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen, and on a subsequent Journey through the Country, from Peking to Canton: .

      Lon: Printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell and W. Davies 1804 - 4to. Modern cloth. London: Printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1804. [xii], 632 pp. 1st edition. Near fine. See our pictures. Adhesive repair to margin of first text page and margin of p. 43. Frontis (stipple and aquatint with some hand-coloring), 4 other hand-colored aquatints, and 3 uncolored plates (2 double-page). 1st edition. Tooley 84. Abbey Travel 531. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hollands arkadia of wandelingen in de omstreeken van Haarlem.

      - Haarlem, Haarlem, A. Loosjes Pzn, 1804 [kaart: 1805]. 23 x 14 cm. In karton gebonden [enige slijtage op de scharnieren]. Met gekleurde titelplaat, 4 gekleurde platen: De Nieuwe Brouwerskolk, Het Slot van Heemstede, Duin en Daal en Beverwijk. Achterin een grote gekleurde vouwkaart (38 x 59 cm) van de Omstreken der Stad Haarlem van de Beverwijk tot Hillegom door G. van der Paauw [1805]. VI, 605 pag. [Met afbeelding] [ Topography / Dutch Beverwijk Haarlem Heemstede ] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Frans Melk Antiquariaat]
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        A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature - [Complete in 4 Volumes]

      York [Eng. ] T. Wilson And R. Spence 1804 - Description: 4 v. Illus. 32 cm. Subjects: Zoology -- Pre-Linnean works. Physical geography -- Early works to 1800. Minor scattered marginal foxing. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Refranes o proverbios en Castellano, por el órden alfabético, que juntó y glosó el Comendador Hernán Núñez. Revistos y enmendados por Fray Luis de León. / Apéndice á la colección de refranes

      Madrid, Imp. de Don Mateo Repullés 1804 - 4 tomos(+1) en 2 vol., 8.º menor (14,5 cm), 3h., XXXII, 351p., - 407p. - 481p. - 328p. Complementado con "Apéndice á la colección de refranes. Contiene los que trae el P. Fray Luis de Escobar. En forma de letanía, y el índice de toda la obra por D.F.B.P - Madrid, Imp. de Justo Sanchez, 1806. [1h., 96p.]" Bella encuadernación en holandesa, nervios tejuelo y líneas doradas en lomera. Cerco de humedad en 7 hojas del vol.II. En buen estado. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiguas Lecturas]
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        Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain,

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, W. J. and J. Richardson; A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh; and A. Brown, Aberdeen,, 1804. from the Year 1727 to 1783. 6 volumes, octavo (208 × 129 mm). Contemporary red morocco, title gilt direct to flat spines, compartments formed by Greek key rolls containing foliate devices, single gilt floral rolled panel to the boards, all edges gilt, beaded roll to the turn-ins, marbled endpapers. Spines sunned, and with some chipping at the head and tail caps, upper joint of volume I just starting, contents variably browned, remains a very good set. Contemporary armorial bookplates of Acton Chaplin to the front pastedowns. Second edition, the first, published in 1790, was in three volumes, this continues the account down to the conclusion of the War of Independence, "Particularly useful for the army's campaigns in America" (Bruce). Beatson saw early service at Rochefort in 1758, and at Martinique and Guadeloupe. On his father's death he came into an inheritance and concentrated on a literary career. "He was befriended by Adam Smith, and benefited for several years from Smith's conversation and library. Smith encouraged Beatson to write; Beatson dedicated his [first work] Political index to the histories of Great Britain and Ireland to Smith, who advised on its contents" (ODNB) The preface states that the present work relates to "Military Transactions … such as have a relation to maritime affairs, or are connected with naval services" and contains detailed accounts of naval engagements "with considerable use of official reports, particularly in the appendices. It was well received by critics.

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        An Essay on Naval Tactics, Systematical and Historical with Explanatory Plates

      Constable & Co., Edinburgh 1804 - Second edition 1804, in four parts and with 52 tactical hand-coloured plates (some spotting, with water-staining to the tops of some of the rear plates, but predominantly very good); original boards with some wear and rubbing, leather of lower board edges and corners are rubbed with some fraying, new spine with five raised bands, gilt lines and red title panel; page edges browned and dusty (roughness to top edge alligned with folds of the plates); age-spotting to pages but text sound and legible (small tear to title page). Apart from the age defects, a sturdy and attractive copy of an extremely rare work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nigel Sustins Books]
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        Empfindungen am feyerlichen Tage der Heimführung

      Joh. Fr. Pet. Stahl, Darmstadt 1804 - Empfindungen am feyerlichen Tage der Heimführung Ihrer Landgräflichen Durchlaucht Frau, Frau Wilhelminem Louisen, Kur-Prinzessin von Baden, neuvermählten Frau Gemahlin Seiner Landgräflichen Durchlaucht Herrn, Herrn Ludewig, Erb-Prinzen zu Hessen von sämmtlichen Unterthanen des Amts Seeheim. Printed on silk, with an engraved title vignette and head and tail piece. Folio. [380 x 253 x 7 mm]. [2]ff. Bound in contemporary green silk over boards, yellow silk pastedowns. (A little worn around the edges). Printing on silk is difficult because of the unpredictable warp and weft of the material. Here Stahl has not only successfully printed these gratulatory verse in a Gothic type but has included three finely engraved vignettes. The work has been fully bound in silk making this a coherent tribute to the use of silk in all aspects of book production.

      [Bookseller: George Bayntun ABA ILAB]
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        Standing Orders for the First Regiment of Royal Lancaster Militia.

      Printed for John Stockdale 1804 - some light spotting, the first leaf of binder’s blanks at the end filled with early manuscript (see below), pp. [viii], 151, [1], [16, binder’s blanks], 8vo, untrimmed in original pink paper boards, green printed label to front, soiled and worn, spine covering defective, front joint nearly split, a little tape residue down the front hinge, but withal not an unattractive object in its original dress, modern bookplate of John A. Brigham, Jr, sound Unrecorded in COPAC or Worldcat, although there is a copy in the King’s Own Royal Regiment Museum, Lancaster. The original owner of this copy has filled a blank leaf at the end with ‘Additional Standing Orders’, dated from 17 July to 24 August 1813; one is about inspection of barracks and quarters, with another concerning the keeping of a book listing the married men and careful control of leave to ensure that any women the men go to meet are ‘of respectable connections, & of good Character’.

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