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        The Costume of Hindostan

      London: Edward Orme, 1804. Full leather. One volume. Folio. The Costume of Hindostan, elucidated by sixty hand coloured full page engravings; with descriptions in english and french taken in the year 1798 and 1799. Bound in full navy blue straight grain morocco, covers and spine gilt decorations, six compartments between raised banding, gilt titles, all edges gilt, housed in a slipcases, Fine.

      [Bookseller: Imperial Fine Books]
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        The British Miscellany: Or Coloured Figures of New, Rare, or Little Known Animal Subjects; Many Not Before Ascertained to be Inhabitants of the British Isles; and Chiefly in the Possession of the Author (Numbers 1-12, with Preface, bound as Single Vol.)

      N/P, London - Nos. 1 of 1804 through 12 of 1806, bound as a single volume, with covers bound in at rear; 76 hand colored plates, of which two are folding; Modern quarter leather, with gilt stamped lettering and decoration and marbled paper over boards; Scattered mostly very light foxing; Scattered offsetting, sometimes on the heavy side; Collated and complete. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps]
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        Lehrbuch der praktischen Blitzableitungskunst nebst den Angaben der neuesten Naturforscher die Elektrizität der Atmosphäre zu erforschen als Fortsetzung der theoretischen Blitzableitungslehre.

      Nürnberg, Schneider und Weigel, 1804 - XXXII, 446 S., 1 Bl. (Verberrungen). 16 gefalt. Kupfertafeln. Erste Ausgabe dieser frühen Abhandlung zu den Blitzableitern verfasst von Johann Konrad Gütle, der 1788 den ersten Blitzableiter in Nürnberg montiert hatte. - Johann Konrad (auch Conrad) Gütle (1747 - 1827)"war ein Tausendsassa, der die verschiedensten Professionen wahrgenommen hat. Gelernt hat er als Buchbinder und Futteralmacher und sich im Laufe der Zeit autodidaktisch Kenntnisse in Physik und Mathematik angeeignet. Etwa ab 1780 war er als reisender Experimentator (Schausteller) unterwegs, wobei er auch schon Elektrisiermaschinen und Zubehör verkaufte und reparierte und nebenbei Kranke durch Elektrisieren heilte. In Heilbronn schalt man ihn deshalb als Betrüger. In Regensburg nennt ihn die ortsansässige Zeitung einen „hochfürstlich-ansbachischen Mechanicus." (Als ein Mechanicus galt damals nur ein sehr geschickter Handwerker, der die verschiedensten Materialien bearbeiten konnte und auch als Tüftler sehr erfinderisch sein musste. Christoph Gottlieb Murr zählt in seiner Beschreibung der Reichstadt Nürnberg von 1802 unter der Rubrik „Jetzt lebende Künstler in Nürnberg" neben den Musikern, Malern, Kupferstechern und Bildhauern auch die „Mechaniker und physikalischen Künstler" auf, zu denen er den seit 1788 in Nürnberg lebenden Gütle rechnet.) Bekannt ist Gütle vor allem als Produzent von Elektrisiermaschinen, als Trommler für den Blitzschutz und als Privatlehrer für Naturwissenschaften. In nicht wenigen Orten Frankens (auch in Nürnberg) hat er die ersten Blitzableiter eingerichtet und genoss dabei einen hervorragenden Ruf. In die internationale Literatur eingegangen ist er mit einer „elektrischen Lampe", bei der mit Hilfe eines Elektrophors eine Gaslampe gezündet worden ist. Geschrieben hat er auch sehr viel, alleine die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek hat in ihrem Bestand 24 verschiedene Titel von ihm. Von Nürnberg aus betrieb er einen regen Versandhandel und stellte als ein „in der Chemie Beflissener" zudem Reinigungs-, Schönheits- und Haarwuchsmittel her. Sogar der Dichter Jean Paul erwähnt in seinem Werk ein Haarfärbemittel von Gütle, mit dem seine weißen Haare wieder schwarz geworden sein sollen" (Siegfrid Kett: Er brachte den Blitzableiter nach Nürnberg: Johann Conrad Gütle - Mechanicus, Schausteller, Elektrisierer und Wunderheiler, Physiker, Chemiker, Lehrer, Buchautor und Versandhändler. In: Mitteilungen des Vereins für Geschichte der Stadt Nürnberg 96 (2009), S. 177 ff). - Papierbedingt etw. gebräunt, teils etw. fleckig oder leicht wasserrandig. Schönes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700 Gr.-8°. Ldr. der Zeit mit Rückenschild (etw. berieben, gering bestoßen). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Letten in Kurland oder Vertheidigung meines Vaterlandes gegen die Angriffe von G. Merkel in dessen Letten. Kurlands Edlen gewidmet.

      - Leipzig, J. B. Hirschfeld 1804. 8vo. X,+ 276,+ (2) pp. Foxing and some minor spotting. Contemporary paper boards, spine with red labels. With the library stamp of Heindsker on the title leaf and of Bibliothek Normhusen [Nurmhusen] on front fly-leaf. Winkelmann 4017. A reply to Garlieb Merkel?s important ?Die Letten vorzüglich in Liefland am Ende des philosophischen Jahrhunderts?, that was published in 1796 and again in 1800. In the book Merkel described the miserable life of the latvian peasantry and the atrocities of the Baltic German landowners. It caused a great scandal among the aristocray in Livonia, and Merkel had to flee to Germany, where his book had gained a considerable popularity. Georg Friedrich von Fircks (1780-1843) was a native of Curland and his book is in particular a defence of the nobility in Curland against the attack of Merkel. The castle of Nurmhusen (Nurmui a), built in the beginning of the 17th century, is one of the last castles built by the Teutonic Orden in Lettland and the home of family von Fircks! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Curtis's Botanical Magazine; or, Flower-Garden Displayed. [bound with] General Indexes to the Plants Contained in the First Twenty Volumes of the Botanical Magazine.

      Printed By Stephen Couchman, London 1804 - Contains plates 740 through 786, collated and complete with text; All plates are hand colored, and number 770 is folding; Bound with index of the first twenty volumes, which was published in 1805; Original boards are rubbed and worn at corners; Later leather rebacking is rather crude, though volume remains tight; Occasional light foxing and/or offsetting, though overall contents are intact, and generally very clean; Coloring on plates remains bright and very lovely. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Modo de hacer la operacion cesarea despues de muerta la madre.

      Madrid, n.pr., 1804. - Folio (29.5 x 20.5 cm.), unbound. Marginal wormhole in upper margin (1.5 cm.), not affecting text; pinpoint wormhole in text, touching 1-2 letters per page. In very good condition. Date at end (13 April) supplied in manuscript, with a rubric. (2 ll.) *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION[?] of these brief instructions for performing a caesarean section to save a baby after the mother has died, including how to tell whether the woman is dead, what instruments are necessary ("un bisturí cortante por la convexîdad, y otro que termine en boton, y en su defecto una navaja ó cortaplumas son los únicos instrumentos que se necesitan" - a scalpel, or failing that a razor or a penknife), and how to make the incisions. Baptism is to be done even before the umbilical cord is tied off. A few possible complications are mentioned, but generally the instructions are simple and straightforward, so that laymen can perform them if no surgeon is available.The instructions were issued on October, 25, 1803, by the Real Colegio de San Carlos in Madrid, the school of surgery and medicine established in 1780 by D. Carlos III. (It eventually became the school of medicine at the University of Madrid.) We are aware only of this edition of 1804, probably printed in Madrid, and one of 1805 with certifications from Buenos Aires (a quarto with 7 pp.), of which a copy exists in the National Library of Medicine.According to Aristides A. Moll in Aesculapius in Latin America (pp. 163-4), the earliest caesarean sections in the New World were performed in Mexico in 1779 and 1795, both post-mortem; the earliest performed on a live woman dates to 1820 in Venezuela. Moll also notes that in Mexico, Viceroy Bucareli and Archbishop Núñez de Haro urged caesarean sections as a religious duty, to be performed - if necessary by laymen - on any pregnant woman who died: hence the emphasis on immediate baptism. Moll also mentions what is presumably the decree printed here: "A Spanish royal decree of 1804 prescribed when the section should be performed, the measures to be taken to ascertain whether the patient was dead, and authorized even laymen, if no physician was at hand, to operate."*** Not in Palau. Aristides A. Moll, Aesculapius in Latin America, pp. 163-4. Not in Garrison & Morton (1991). Not located in Copac, which has a work of the same title printed in Buenos Aires, [1805]. Not located in Wellcome Library online catalogue, which also lists the Buenos Aires, 1805 work. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Panthéon musical. Lithographie v. C. J. Travies. Paris lithographiert v. Rigo & Cie für das Bureau Central de Musique, 1843. Darstellungsgr.: ca. 45 x 75 cm; (Blattgr.: 61 x 90 cm !).

      - Sehr Selten.- Karikaturen der wichtigsten Komponisten der 1840er Jahre d. 19. Jhdt. vereint auf einem großen Blatt von Charles Joseph Travies de Villers (1804-1859).- Dargestellt sind Meyerbeer, F. Halévy, Niedermeyer, Th. Labarre, Carafa, A. Boieldieu, Berlioz, Grisar, A. Adam, Donizetti, Auber, Clapisson, Montfort, Thomas, Spontini, Balfe und Rossini, der sich in seinem Erfolg sonnt und "Harmonie" an die "Petits Compositeurs" ausschüttet. Unterhalb der Darstellung Bezeichnung der Komponisten mit kurzer Erklärung.- Etw. fleckig und angestaubt, leichte Knickspuren, kleiner Einriß unten.# Famous and rare lithograph caricatures of the principal composers in the 1840.- Meyerbeer, F. Halévy, Niedermeyer, Th. Labarre, Carafa, A. Boieldieu, Berlioz, Grisar, A. Adam, Donizetti, Auber, Clapisson, Montfort, Thomas, Spontini, Balfe and Rossini.- Light foxing and dusty, small edge tear.

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        Charte von West Indien Nach Edwards, De la Rochette, und den neuesten Astronomischen Beobachtungen entworfen von F. L. Güssefeld. Weimar Im Verlage des Geograph. Instituts 1804.

      Geographisches Institut, Weimar 1804 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published. In excellent condition.

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        Friedrich II., der Große (Berlin 24. 01. 1712 - 17. 08. 1786 in Potsdam). König von Preussen. "Friedrich IIte in der Schlacht bei Kunersdorf. Frédéric II à la bataille de Kunersdorf". Friedrich zu Pferde, neben ihm Rittmeister v. Prittwitz, in der Schlacht von Kunersdorf beim Rückzug, i. Hgr. kämpfende Truppen,.

      - Kupferstich v. D. Berger n. L. Wolf, 1804, 49 x 61 Fachgerecht restauriert.

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        Historisch-mahlerisches Taschenbuch von und für Oesterreich. [angebunden:] Historisch-mahlerische Reise durch Oesterreich. Erstes Heft: Zeichnungen zu den Ausflügen nach dem Schneeberg von J. A. Schultes. [weiters:] Griesinger, Georg Anton. Denkwürdigkeiten aus der Geschichte der österreichischen Monarchie. Auf jeden Tag des Jahres gesammelt.

      Wien, Degen 1804. - Alles Erschienene. Mayer 7681; Nebehay/Wagner 673; ÖBL III,200; Seemann, Degen 69; - Die Tafeln zeigen: Wasserfall der Mira bey Muckendorf, Pass von Gutenstein, Ansicht von Gutenstein auf dem Weg von Rohr, Buchberg am Schneeberg, Wasserfall der Sierning bey Buchberg und Emmerberg. Kl.-8°. Gest. Titel, 34 nn. S., 2 Zwischentitel, 24, 1 Zw.tit., 1 Bl., XVIII, 464 S. 6 Kupfertafeln (Duttenhofer nach Maillard). Orig.-Pappband, mit Gebrauchsspuren, fleckig, Kanten berieben. Innen an den Rändern leicht stockig.

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        Bemerkungen auf einer Reise von der türkischen Gränze über die Bukowina durch Ost- und Westgalizien, Schlesien und Mähren nach Wien.

      Wien, Pichler, 1804. - 8°. Gestochenes Frontispiz, VI, 307 SS., 3 Bll., 1 gestochene Tafeln Halb-Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Deckeln Wurzbach 26, 284; vgl. Engelmann 732. Seltene erste Ausgabe der Beschreibung einer Reise durch wenig besuchte Gegenden Osteuropas. Der Autor Rohrer (1769-1828) war seit 1800 Polizeikommissar in Lemberg und betont hier in der Vorrede, dass er all die besch - Schönes Exemplar, kaum gebräunt, nur wenig stockig, meist sauber, vorne kleines privates Etikett. Hübscher Einband. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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. 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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        Pars I.ma [Prima] Philosophiae.

      1804. 1804 - 8° (19 x 13.2 cm). 142 SS. (Text; Rest von ca. 70 Bll. blanko). Kart. d.Zt. (marmoriert in Sepiatönen) mit hs. Rückenschild, alls. rot gesprenkelter Schnitt. Schöne und sorgfältige (nicht-deutsche) Kurrentschrift in dunkelbrauner Tinte auf handliniertem (Bleistift) Büttenpapier (Wasserzeichen; in den Ecken Einstichlöcher für Satzspiegelmarkierung). Bemerkenswert sauberes und gutes, kaum gebrauchtes Exemplar. Wohl Mitschriften nach Diktat zu einer philosophischen Einführungsvorlesung in lateinischer Sprache. Der Provenienz nach aus einer der höheren Schulen der Zentral- und Innerschweiz (Einsiedeln, Engelberg, Sarnen, Schwyz). ? ?Cognitio historica est nuda rei notitia, cognitio philosophica est notitia rationis, cur res sit, aut esse possit. [.] Philosophia dividitur in Theoreticam, quod versatur circa cognoscenda, et Practicam, quod versatur circa agenda: Illa constat, Logica, Methaphisica, Physica, hoc Ethica et Politica.? (p. 1). Seite 142 schliesst mit ?Finis. Coronat. Opus / 1804. C. F.? ? Das Wappen-Wasserzeichen des Büttenpapiers ist nicht näher bestimmbar: mehrpassiger Schild (ev. bekrönt) mit zentraler Lilie. Sprache: la [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        VIEWS OF 18TH CENTURY CHINA: Costumes, History, Customs.

      [Paris 1804]. 3/4 Red leather, raised bands, split to spine,. mended, 67 hand-colored litho plates, folio, 27 x 37 cm.,. co-author George Mason, no title page or text, just the fine. plates, French captions, usual rubbing to spine,corners.RARE. A major collection of the earliest & best color illustrat- ions of China during from the early 1800's. Nicely done, it shows various Mandarins, tradesmen, royalty & all phases of Chinese society, fashion & costume, architecture. A true & accurate guide to what Chinese society looked like and what they did around 1800. Printed lithographic plates finely hand-colored, large size work. Covering all phases & aspects of Chinese life, culture & activities. Includes some punish- ments as well. A highly collectable work. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Lyrische Anthologie: oder Auswahl der besten lyrischen Gedichte der Deutschen von den ältesten bis auf die neuesten Zeiten (20 Teile KOMPLETT in 10 Bänden)

      Orell Füßli & Co.; 1804 ff.. Orig.Erstausgabe; je Teil ca. 250 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen/ Instituts-Stempel im Buchinnern; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt angebräunt/ teilweise leicht stockfleckig; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 20 Teile in10 Bänden; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        The British Classics: The Tatler; The Spectator; The Guardian; The Rambler; The Adventurer; The Idler. 23 of 24 Volumes

      John Sharpe, Printed By C. Whittingham [Chiswick Press], London 1804 - Handsomely bound set of British Classics published 1804-10. Includes The Tatler (4 vol); The Spectator (8 vol); The Guardian (2 vol); The Rambler [4 vol); The Adventurer (3 of 4 vol); The Idler (2 vol), all bound in 19th century polished red textured leather over blue marbled boards, raised spine bands, gilt spine lettering, top edges gilt, 6.5" tall, frontis and engraved title in each volume plus additional engraved plates. Volume 19, which is the first volume of The Adventurer, is absent, and the front cover of volume 3 (third volume of Tatler) is detached but present. Otherwise quite good with some expected edgewear and rubbing including some wearthrough at the corners and lower edge, some uneven age-toning to the leather, text blocks mainly firm but one or two volumes sound but a little less tight, pages a bit age-toned with occasional foxing, especially to preliminaries and plates, old ink spot to upper corner of first four leaves of volume 22, no names or other markings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels of Anacharsis the younger in Greece. During the middle of the fourth century, before the Christian æra.... The first American edition.

      Philadelphia: Pr. by Bartholomew Graves and William McLaughlin for Jacob Johnson & Co. 8vo signed in 4s (22 cm, 8.625"). Vol. I: xviii, 419, [1 (blank)] pp.; fold. map; II: [1] f., iii, [1 (blank)], 403, [1 (blank)] pp.; III: vii, [1 (blank)], 463, [1 (blank)] pp. (lacking half-title); IV: vii, [1 (blank)], 496 pp. (lacking half-title).. 1804 Translated from the French by William Beaumont for the original English printing. Really a textbook on the daily life and culture of ancient Greece, primarily centered around Athens, this lengthy work is "so written, that the reader may frequently be induced to imagine he is perusing a work of mere amusement, invention, and fancy" (p. iii). Footnotes citing a multitude of classical sources back up Barthelemy's imagined journey, which is illustrated with an attractive engraved map by du Bocage. Recently rebound in period-style tan cloth over light blue paper sides, spines with paper labels. Contemporary ownership inscription to front fly-leaf in each volume. Map with light offsetting and short tear just starting along one fold. First 20 leaves of vol. II waterstained and last 10 foxed; otherwise only scattered incidences of spotting in all volumes, pages generally clean. => A nice-looking set, and still — as it always was! — a work offering a pleasant way to absorb ancient history.

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        Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek, Roman, and Etruscan Vases

      1804 - HAMILTON, William. Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek, Roman, and Etruscan Vases of the Late Sir William Hamilton; with Engraved Borders Drawn and Engraved by the late Mr. Kirk. London: William Miller, 1804. Quarto, 20th-century three-quarter calf, raised bands, original leather label, marbled boards and edges. $2800.First edition, with 62 fine engravings of Greek, Roman, and Etruscan vases, with accompanying text describing illustrations as well as characters portrayed.Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803), "one of the first Englishmen who collected and appreciated Greek vases," sold his collection of vases to the British Museum in 1772 "form[ing] the groundwork of the present department of Greek and Roman Antiquities" (DNB VIII: 1108-09). Hamilton resumed collecting in 1787 after having renounced it in 1772. His first collection is described in D'Hancarville's Antiquites etrusques, grecques et romains, 1766-7; the second collection is presented in W. Tischbein's Collection of Engravings from Greek Vases, 1791. The Outlines brings together selections from the two previously published works. Illustrations of Hamilton's vases influenced the works of Josiah Wedgwood. Lowndes II: 989. Contemporary owner signatures and inscriptions on half title and title page.Text and plates clean and bright. A beautiful production. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth, and into the means and causes of its increase.

      Edinburgh: Arch. Constable & Co., 1804. 8vo., (8) + 482pp., without the half-title but with the folding table, occasional minor foxing and a few insignificant rust marks, contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spine simply gilt with red morocco lettering piece. A very good copy with the binder's ticket on front pastedown of J. Tushingham of Chester.> First edition. Goldsmiths 18801. Kress B.4816. Einaudi 3628. Hollander 2398. Amex 288. Mattioli 2194. Sraffa 3233. An important commentary on Smith's Wealth of Nations>. 'Specifically, Lauderdale asserts that: (1) the maximisation of private riches does not lead to maximum public wealth and welfare; (2) labour is not the cause of value or an adequate measure of new value; (3) division of labour is not a major factor in economic growth; (4) parsimony and saving are frequently a public detriment as they may lead to over- investment and a capital glut; and (5) government tax revenues applied to rapid debt reduction will reduce aggregate consumption, deflate profits and capital values, and result in economic distress.' (New Palgrave> 3, p.137). 'To Lauderdale belongs the credit of having been the first to put forward a connected theory on the nature of profit, in the form of a theory, and not of scattered observations. Lauderdale's importance in the history of economics lies not in his conclusions but in the fact that he was the first in England to consider systematically the fundamental conceptions on which the science is based. In this respect alone he is in advance of Adam Smith.' (Palgrave (1926)> II, p.574).

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        The Life of George Washington

      Philadelphia: C.P. Wayne, 1804-07. First editions. 6 volumes, including the atlas, which contains 10 maps. Octavo, bound in full contemporary sheepskin, green and red spine labels. Atlas in the original boards with orange printed cover label. In very good condition with minor edge wear. The scarce quarto atlas contains its own title and a 22-page list of subscribers (Adams, Jefferson, and Madison are all listed). John Marshall's description of the life, character, and achievements of the "Father of America" is unparalleled by any other author. As a contemporary and peer of Washington, he has a unique and intimate perspective on the man that no other historian can claim. If you want a first hand description of this history changing figure, than John Marshall's work is essential. The work "is political history as well as biography... the only comprehensive account by a great statesman of the full founding of the United States-- of the founding of an independent people as well as of its government... There is no other concentrated history of the essentials by such an authority on American institutions" (Robert K. Faulkner).

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        Memoirs of the Life of Agrippina, the Wife of Germanicus

      

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        1804 Benjamin Bell System of Surgery MEDICINE Amputation Illustrated 4v SET

      Troy, N.Y. : Printed by O. Penniman and Co., 1804. - 1804 Benjamin Bell System of Surgery MEDICINE Amputation Illustrated 4v SET 115 INCREDIBLE Copper Engravings / Troy NT ed Benjamin Bell (1749 – 1806) is considered to be the first Scottish scientific surgeon. He is commonly described as the father of the Edinburgh school of surgery, or the first of the Edinburgh scientific surgeons. A System of Surgery appeared in six volumes between 1783 and 1788. By 1801 no fewer than seven editions had been published, and it went on to Italian, French, Spanish, German and three American editions. It was popular was because it was comprehensive; made use of up-to-date published material from all over Europe, and because of Bell's reputation as a surgeon. Bell was an advocate of the routine use of opium to relieve post-operative pain, stating "to be able to alleviate the misery of those who are obliged to submit to dangerous operations must afford the biggest gratification to every practitioner." We find INCOMPLETE examples of this same 4 volume set for sale elsewhere for $800! Our set is COMPLETE in all respects! Main author: Benjamin Bell Title: A system of surgery Published: Troy, N.Y. : Printed by O. Penniman and Co., 1804. Language: English Notes & contents: • 2nd American edition • 4 volume set • Dudley Hairs seal • 115 fascinating copper engravings o Surgical instruments, Clamps, Scalpels, Braces, Hooks, Knives o Amputations o Surgeries FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: leather binding; front and back boards detached but present Pages: complete with all xv + 528 + viii + 552 + viii + 552 + 119 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Troy, N.Y. : Printed by O. Penniman and Co., 1804. Size: ~8.5in X 5.5in (22cm x 14cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Über die von der Könogl. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin für das Jahr 1791 ausgesetzte Preisfrage: Welches sind die wirklichen Fortschritte, die die Metaphysik seit Leibnitzens und Wolf's Zeiten in Deutschland gemacht hat? Herausgegeben von Friedrich Theodor Rink.

      Königsberg, Goebbels & Unger, 1804. 8vo. Original blank blue wrappers with handwritten title to spine. A very nice copy. Contemporary owner's name to inside of front board (S. Grubbe) and stamp to title-page (Gothenburg Museum, 1861). 204, (4, -advertisements) pp.. The rare first edition of Kant's famous posthumously published prize essay, written in 1791, answering the question set by the Berlin Royal Academy of Sciences: What are the Actual Advances Metaphysics Has Made in Germany Since the Time of Leibniz and Wolff? Right after Kant's death in 1804, Friedrich Theodor Rink edited and published parts of drafts Kant had written on this topic; Kant never published a finished version, and this is all that appeared.Warda: 220

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        Descripción económica del reyno de Galicia. Por la Junta de Gobierno del R.L Consulado de La Coruña. Su redactór: Don José Lucas Labráda, Secretário (Por S. M.) del mismo cuerpo.

      En Ferról: En la Imprènta de Don Lorénzo José Riesgo Montèro, Impresór de S. M. en éste su Real Departamento de Marina 1804 - Folio, (303x210 mm.).- 341, [2] p.; sign.: [A]2, B-Z2, Aa-Zzz2, Aaaa-Rrrr2; 1 grabado calcográfico, alegoría mitológica del Consulado del Mar: "Cosme Acuña lo inventó". "Fernando Selma lo grabó".- // Encuadernación de época en plena piel, lomo decorado, sin tejuelo. Magnífico ejejmplar , muy limpio, con grandes márgenes, al que únicamente se puedne poner los reparos de que las hojas de guarda están despegadas de los planos por haberse ejecutado originalmente demasiado cortas, y una leve mancha que aparece en la parte superior del margen interior de las primeras páginas.- // Refs.: Palau, 129208. Libro [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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

      Paris: Ballard, 1804. 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 end of 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 that listed by the Eberstadts in 1953. HOWES W87, "b." SABIN 101246. EBERSTADT 132:412. SHWARTZ SALE 622.

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        The History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, Compiled from the best and most authentic historians, valuable records, and manuscripts in the public offices and libraries, and in private hands. With a facsimile copy of Domesday, engraved on thirteen plates. Continued to the present day by William Bray

      London: Printed for John White; by John Nichols and Son, 1804-18. First edition, 3 vols., folio, [4], v-xiv, [1], ii-cviii, [22], 7-714; [2], iii-xvi, 860; [2], iii-viii, 702, [1] ii-ccxxxpp., 97 engraved plates, 2 large folding maps, 13 facsimile leaves, 13 folding pedigrees, some light staining to frontis and title to vol. II with repairs, some occasional scattered foxing, several plate lightly offset, cont. full Russia leather, marbled boards, spines gilt tooled extra, slight stain to head of vol. I, a couple of short cracks to joints, lightly rubbed, a.e.g. a handsome set. Provenance: Signature of "William Hardman, Norbiton Hall, 1867" to title-page on vol. I; Bookplate of James S. Burgett to front paste-down. Upcott III, pp. 1209-1216.

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        Flegeljahre. Eine Biografie von Jean Paul Richter. 4 in 2 Bde. Tübingen, Cotta, 1804. Titel, 224 S.; Titel, 229 S.; Titel, 230, 1 Bl. ('Druckfehler des I. Bändgens'); 311 S. Pp. d. Zt. mit RSch. u. RVerg. (etw. berieben).

      1804 - Berend 17a; WG 21.- Erstausgabe.- Der Roman fand zunächst nur geringes Echo, gilt heute aber als eins von Jean Pauls wichtigsten Werken.- Dezenter alter Stempel auf Titel, 1 kleiner Randausrisse (kein Textverlust). Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires sur la Chaleur

      - de LXVIII et 166 pages Paris, Firmin Didot, An XIII-1804, in-8, de LXVIII et 166 pages, demi-veau de l'époque, dos lisse portant un titre, Première édition française, exemplaire d'Elie de Beaumont, de ce texte fondateur pour la théorie mécanique de la chaleur. "The major contribution of Rumford was in the theory of heat. Observing the heat created in the boring of cannon, he measured the thermal capacities of the chips and boring bars. He then set up controlled experiments simulating the boring operation, using a steel borer and brass ctlinder, all placed in a wooden box holding a known volume of water." Bon exemplaire à l'intérieur frais. Heralds of Science, 151 ; Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 286. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sporting Anecdotes; Original And Select; Including Characteristic Sketches Of Eminent Persons Who Have Appeared On The Turf

      London Albion Press 1804. VG : in very good condition with marbled eps. Cover lightly rubbed with some edge wear. Details of a previous owner on verso of fep. Aeg First Edition Leather hardback cover with gilt motif 220mm x 130mm (9" x 5"). 542pp. 16 engraved plates and title page vignette [Thomas Bewick]. 'With An Interesting Selection Of The More Extraordinary Events Which Have Transpired In The Sporting World; A Correct Description Of The Animals Of Chase; And Of Every Other Subject Connected With The Various Diversions Of The Field. '.

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        Codice di Napoleone il Grande per il Regno d’Italia

      Luosi Giuseppe, - Un volume in 4to grande; elegante legatura in mezza pelle dell'epoca con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso, bellissimi tagli marmorizzati; pp. XXXVI, 633, (1). Testo in italiano, francese e latino stampato su due colonne. Ex-libris inciso dell'epoca C.G. Munarini. Qualche lieve fioritura sparsa, ma ottima copia.EDIZIONE UFFICIALE della versione italiana, curata da Giuseppe Luosi, del Code de Napoléon, il codice civile dei Francesi, che fu promulgato il 21 marzo del 1804. Il codice fu pubblicato nello stesso anno anche in formati tipografici minori e in altre città italiane.I lavori di codificazione erano cominciati sotto la Rivoluzione, ma fu Napoleone che li portò a termine, ponendo di fatto termine al diritto comune. Ad esso fecero seguito il codice di procedura civile (1806), il codice di commercio (1807), il codice di procedura penale (1808) e il codice penale (1810).Tra il 1804 e il 1809 il Code civil entrò in vigore in quasi tutti i territori della penisola italiana. Fu un fatto di rilevanza storica straordinaria, perché grazie ad esso cessarono di esistere le consuetudini locali, gli statuti, i vincoli di feudalità e i fedecommessi che per secoli avevano caratterizzato la vita del nostro paese. Il Codice di Napoleone il Grande costituì poi la base del codice civile stilato dopo l'Unità d'Italia.Promotore della traduzione in italiano e in latino del codice francese e responsabile della sua introduzione nel Regno italico fu Giuseppe Luosi, dal 1805 Gran Giudice e Ministro della Giustizia. Terminata nei primi giorni del 1806, la versione italiana fu presentata a Napoleone, che si trovava a Monaco di Baviera, da una delegazione capeggiata dallo stesso Luosi. Il nuovo codice entrò in vigore nel Regno italico il 1 aprile del 1806.Giuseppe Luosi, originario di Mirandola, studiò legge presso l'Università di Modena, dove ebbe come maestro B. Valdrighi, autore del Codice di leggi promulgato dal duca Francesco III nel 1771.Conseguita la laurea nel 1776, egli praticò fino al 1796 la professione di avvocato e notaio presso la sua città natale. Accanto a questa attività principale rivestì anche vari incarichi amministrativi.Nel 1796, coll'arrivo delle truppe napoleoniche, Luosi, che già in precedenza era stato un propugnatore delle idee riformatrici, intraprese una rapida carriera politica, venendo nominato governatore dell'Emilia. Trasferitosi a Milano nel 1807, Napoleone lo pose a capo del ministero della giustizia e della polizia. Presidente del Direttorio dal 1798 e membro della Consulta dal 1800, nel 1805 fu nominato Gran Giudice e Ministro della Giustizia, carica che mantenne senza interruzioni fino al 1814.Dopo l'entrata in vigore del codice da lui tradotto e promosso, Luosi si adoperò per farlo accettare e per attuare i programmi enunciati nelle sedute del Consiglio di Stato. Diede poi impulso alla redazione degli altri codici, anch'essi mutuati dai corrispettivi francesi, ad eccezione del codice di procedura penale, che fu autonomamente redatto nel 1807 sotto la supervisione di G.D. Romagnosi.Nello stesso anno Luosi pubblicò a Brescia in sei volumi la Collezione dei travagli sul codice penale per Regno d'Italia, contenente, oltre al progetto, le osservazioni dei tribunali e dei procuratori regi.Per i suoi servigi Napoleone lo colmò di titoli ed onori. Fu fatto conte nel 1809, senatore del Regno e membro del R. Istituto di scienze, lettere ed arti nel 1810. Dopo il ritorno degli Austriaci, egli si ritirò a vita privata. Morì a Milano nel 1830. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vue du Chateau de Walsee sur le Danube - Ansicht des Schlosses Walsee an der Donau. Altkolorierte Umrissradierung v. I. S. Steingrübel. Augsburg, Tessari & Comp. um 1825, 25 x 35 cm

      - Thieme-Becker XXXI, 562 - nicht in Nebehay-W. - Schönes und seltenes Blatt des Augsburger Landschaftsmalers Joseph Steingrübel (1804-1838).- Vollständig auf Japanpapier aufgezogen, Ränder mit kl. Läsuren.

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        Charte von Nordamerica nach den neuesten Bestimmungen und Entdeckungen von C. G. Reichard. - Weimar Im Verlage des Geogr. Instituts revidirt im August 1804.

      Geographisches Institut, Weimar 1804 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published. In excellent condition.

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        A Catalogue of all the Books Printed in the United States, With Their Prices, and Places Where Published Annexed

      Boston, Printed for the Booksellers, Jan. 1804. 79 p.; 17.5 cm. The earliest American booktrade bibliography and an early sales catalog. With the 1980 Houghton Library exhibition catalog which included this. Shaw/ Shoemaker, American Imprints 5987 records five copies. Stock#NS0118. Vg/ stitched, spine has marbled paper strip.

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        Le théâtre d'agriculture et mesnage des champs

      1804 - 2 vol. de I. Portrait, Paris, Madame Huzard, 1804-1805, in-4, 2 vol. de I. Portrait, CXCII, 672pp, 1pl. - II. Front, XLIV, 948pp, 16pl, demi-basane fauve mouchetée à coins, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque), Portrait de l'auteur gravé par B. Roger et obélique à sa mémoire, en frontispice du t.2. 16 planches représentant des plans de parterres de jardins. 2 vignettes gravées par Ponce d'après Maréchal et Marillier. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Surnommé le père de l'agriculture française, Olivier de Serres nous offre ici une excellente compilation des connaissances de l'agriculture de son temps. Divisé en 8 parties, l'ouvrage traite de la culture de la terre, de la vigne, du blé, du bétail et de la volaille, du jardin potager et fruitier, et enfin de l'usage des aliments et des recettes pour les agrémenter. Cette édition est, avec la première (1600), une des plus estimées (Vicaire). Coins usés, petits accrocs aux coiffes, mais néanmoins bon exemplaire [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN FORCES, DURING THE WAR WHICH ESTABLISHED THE INDEPENDENCE OF HIS COUNTY, AND FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES..

      Philadelphia: C. P. Wayne, 1804. Full Leather. Very Good binding. The First Edition in five volumes of the first serious biography of Washington and really a comprehensive account of the founding of the nation. Washington's executor selected John Marshall to write the biography, and in that sense it might be considered "an authorized biography". But it is more than that. Marshall was Washington's personal friend -- he knew the man, and he knew the new republic. His work gained authoritative status almost immediately. A married set, in contemporary and compatible bindings the spines of which have been repaired. With the engraved frontispiece portrait in Volume I. (Howes M317; Sabin 44788. Shaw & Shoemaker 6710.). Very Good binding.

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        Einzig aufrichtige Anweisung zum Destilliren aller möglichen Breslauischen, Danziger und anderer Liköre, Rosalis und Aquavite in 211 Rezepten. Mit deutlicher Erklärung jeder Verfahrungsart und Zucker- und Farbenbereitung, nebst einem Anhang für Branntweinbrenner; von einem 16 Jahre praktizierenden Breslauer Destillateur G. B. K. Zweyte, rechtmäßige und verbesserte Auflage.

      Dresden, Arnoldische Buchhandlung (1804). - 8°, IV, 242 SS., 1 gest. Frontisp., 5 SS. eingebundene handschriftliche Ergänzungen, Pappbd. d. Zt., Einband berieben, durchgängig leicht gebräunt, Nicht bei bei Weiss, nicht bei Vicaire, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß]
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        Chirurgische Abhandlung über die angebornen krummen Füsse der Kinder, und über die Art diese Ungestaltheit zu verbessern. Aus dem Italienischen übersetzt, und mit einer Vorrede begleitet von Dr. Malfatti.

      Wien, Camesinaische Buchhandlung 1804; EA; ca 24x20 cm; (2) IV, 38 Seiten mit 5 Kupfertafeln; Halbledereinband d. Zt. mit farbigem Rückenschild (Einband bestoßen und etwas beschabt, Titelblatt mit kleinem Stempel und Eckabriss [beim Wort \"Buchhandlung\" fehlen die letzten 9 Buchstaben, sonst kein Textverlust], eine Kupfertafel mit kleinem Einriß im Faltungsknick; sonst gutes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Medizin; Orthopädie

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        Observations sur quelques points de l'anatomie du singe vert

      - (4), 100pp. Paris, imprimerie de Feugueray, Goujon, an XII-1804, in-8, (4), 100pp, 3 ouvrages reliés en un volume, demi-chagrin violine à coins, dos lisse orné (rel. de l'ép.), Jacques Lordat (1773-1862) fut professeur de médecine opératoire, d'anatomie et de physiologie, à Montpellier. Il disséqua un singe vert qui avait été amené de l'Afrique, fin 1803, par Auguste Broussonet, directeur en chef du jardin de botanique de Montpellier. Ce singe mourut après quelques mois de séjour en cette ville d'une phlogose. L'auteur attribue ces affections inflammatoires des singes, dans nos climats, au froid insolite qu'ils y éprouvent. [Relié avec] Du dialogisme oral dans l'enseignement public de la médecine. Montpellier, Jean Martel, 1828. (2), 76pp. [Relié avec] Essai sur l'iconologie médicale, ou sur Les rapports d'utilité qui existent entre l'art du dessin et l'étude de la médecine. Montpellier, Ve Picot, 1833. XVI, 296pp. Dos passé [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rapport fait sur le droit de marque des cuirs. Par un Conseiller d’Ètat en 1788.

      Paris, de l'imprimerie de la veuve Goujon fils, An XII 1804 - One volume in 8vo; pp. VII, (1), 296 and one folding table; contemporary marbled calf, spine richly gilt with gilt lettering-piece, no rubbing or bumping, blue endpapers, ex libris to front cover pastedown, clean and crisp, a fine copy. First edition, very rare. Dupont writes in his preface: “Ce livre n’est pas destiné au Public. On n’en imprime qu’un petit nombre d’exemplaires .Il a été fait au mois d’août 1788, pour M. Lammert, alors Controleur-général, par un conseiller-d’Ètat, qui, dans plusieurs places de confiance intime, sous tous les Ministres de Louis XV et de Louis XVI, à l’exeption du seul Abbé Terray, avait eu, depuis 1763, une grande part à l’administration de l’Agriculture, du Commerce et des Finances, et même à quelques negotiations politiques très-importantes.” Dupont had to leave France in 1799, and it was only after his return that his Rapport was published. Barbier IV, 12f; INED 1624, not in Kress, Goldsmith, Einaudi or Sraffa. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Annalen einer Anstalt für Wahnsinnige. Aus dem Englischen von Ernst Fr. Wilhelm Heine

      Hannover, Hahn, 1804 - sehr seltene deutsche EA der "Annals of insanity" von 1801. Perfect (1737-1809) besaß ein privates Asyl für Wahnsinnige (Malling Place in West Malling, Kent), welches bis ins 20. Jahrhundert hinein bestand. Vgl. HUNTER/MACALPINE 501. Er hatte schon 1778 eine Sammlung von Fallgeschichten aus seiner Anstalt veröffentlicht, die wegen ihrer Praxisorientierung zu den besten ihrer Zeit gehört; hier werden 108 Fälle beschrieben. FRIEDREICH 468ff.: "Unstreitig ist das Werk (.) das Wichtigste und Belehrendste, was für den rein practischen Teil der Seelenkrankheitskunde dieses Jahrhundert aufzuweisen hat" Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°, OPbbd., rotes RSchild, Ecken bestoßen; XXIV, 404 S., sehr gutes Exemplar [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Reise nach Aegypten [Ägypten] und Bemerkungen über verschiedene Gegenstände während des dreijährigen Aufenthalts der Französischen Armee in diesem Lande (1798 bis 1801) gesammelt von A. G....d. Mit einer Einleitung, Anmerkungen und Zusätzen herausgegeben von Theophil Friedrich Ehrmann.

      Weimar, Verlag des Landes-Industrie-Comptoirs 1804; (EA); ca 20x12 cm; (2) LXII (4), 604 Seiten mit 1 gef. Karte (diese in unauffälliger Kopie); Kartoneinband d. Zt. mit farbigem Rückenschild (Einband leicht bestoßen, Buchrücken etwas fleckig; Karte in KOPIE, völlig unauffällig auf gelblichem Papier)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Ägypten

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        Reise nach Aegypten [Ägypten] und Bemerkungen über verschiedene Gegenstände während des dreijährigen Aufenthalts der Französischen Armee in diesem Lande (1798 bis 1801) gesammelt von A. G.d. Mit einer Einleitung, Anmerkungen und Zusätzen herausgegeben von Theophil Friedrich Ehrmann.

      Weimar Verlag des Landes-Industrie-Comptoirs ; 1804 - (EA); ca 20x12 cm; (2) LXII (4), 604 Seiten mit 1 gef. Karte (diese in unauffälliger Kopie); Kartoneinband d. Zt. mit farbigem Rückenschild (Einband leicht bestoßen, Buchrücken etwas fleckig; Karte in KOPIE, völlig unauffällig auf gelblichem Papier) 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Etudes de la nature

      - 5 volumes de I. VI, 478, Paris, impr. Crapelet, Deterville, an XII-1804, in-8, 5 volumes de I. VI, 478, (2)pp, 2pl. - II. (4), 480pp, 7pl. (3 à 10). - III. (4), 504pp. - IV. (4), 440, (2)pp. - V. (4), 418, (2)pp, veau blond, dos lisse orné, double filet et roulette en encadrement sur les plats, roulette sur les coupes et les chasses, tranches dorées, exemplaire sur papier velin (P. Bozerian Jeune), 10 planches gravées par Simonet, Pierron, Marchand d'après Moreau, Pretre. Les Etudes de la nature, inspirées de Rousseau, ont été publiées pour la première fois en 1784. Cette édition comporte aussi les textes de Paul et Virginie, L'Arcadie, Voeux d'un solitaire, La chaumière indienne. Ecrivain et botaniste, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (1737-1814) connut un immense succès avec les Etudes. Qqs coiffes et coins émoussés, qqs rousseurs. Bel exemplaire [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The snowdrop

      Botanical print, original (1804). From the publication "Temple of Flora", 1798-1807. Coloured plate, engravid in Aquatint. London. Engraved by W. Ward. 51 x 40 cm. Passepartout. Good condition

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        NEW-YORK TERM REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THAT STATE

      New York, 1804. Contemporary calf. Rubbed, slight wear, hinges of volume one cracked but cords sound. Overall good. Prior to the publication of these reports, all legal reports issued in the United States had been private efforts. In 1804 the New York legislature provided for the appointment of a reporter to the state supreme court, and Caines became the first official reporter in the United States. According to the DAB, the three volumes of reports he issued were "distinguished by brevity and accuracy, and for long enjoyed a high reputation with both bench and bar." These reports thus inaugurated a new era in the reporting of cases, as well as including a number of important cases from the Jeffersonian era.

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        Gesamtans., Ehrenbreitstein, auf einer Kundschaft der ? f. den Gesellen (nicht leserlich).

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), datiert 1. 6., 1804, 27 x 36 Stopp D 110. Gesamtsicht und Testat eingefaßt in gest. Bordüre mit dem Wappen des Kurfürstenthums Trier unter Clemens Wenzeslaus August, Kurfürst zu Trier oben mittig, unten mittig gut erhaltenes Lacksiegel. - Die üblichen Faltstellen restauriert. - Sehr selten, nur 5 weitere, ausgefüllte Exemplare bekannt.

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        Ansichten des Rheins. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      Frankf Wilmans - 1806 1804 - XVIII, 158 SS., 1 Bl.; 1 Bl., IV, 86 SS., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 118 SS., 1 Bl., zus. m. insgesamt 32 Kupfertafeln v. Günther n. Schütz, 8°, Ldr. d. Zt. m. Rvg u. Linienverg. (berieben bzw. bestoßen ( Rücken stärker ), an den Kapitalen leicht eingerissen ). Vgl. Engelmann II, 822 ( Ausgabe 1807). - Seltenes Rheinbuch. Mit Ansichten von Andernach, Bacharach, Bingen, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Kaub, Koblenz, Köln, Mainz, Erbach, Neuwied, Rüdesheim etc. - Mit dem Pränumeranten- Verzeichnis. - Ohne die Rheinlauf-Karte im dritten Teil. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar, stellenweise stock- bzw. fingerfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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