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2020-02-26 20:41:16
LAUJON (A. P. M.)
Paris: 1805. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 LAUJON (A. P. M.) - Précis historique de la dernière expédition de Saint-Domingue - Sans date (1805) - Edition Originale Sans date (1805) - Edition originale 33899 LAUJON (A. P. M.) Chez Delafolie, Le Normant - Sans date (1805) Reliure d'époque demi-basane marron. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Intérieur sur papier bleu avec rousseurs parfois fortes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, FR]
2020-02-25 21:11:32
1805. - La Gastronomie de Raymond Oliver - Berchoux (Joseph). La Gastronomie. Poëme, suivi des poésies fugitives de l'auteur. Paris, Giguet et Michaud, 1805. In-18 (146 x 93 mm) : front., 266 pp., [1] f. bl., 3 pl. - Veau blond, guirlande de fleurs dorée sur les plats, dos lisse orné de personnages, d'éventails et d'étoiles, torsade dorée intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). 600 € Quatrième édition, corrigée et augmentée, et la première à être signée en toutes lettres du nom de l'auteur, Joseph Berchoux (1765-1839). Elle s'achève sur divers poèmes, parmi lesquels des stances à Chateaubriand. « La Gastronomie est une excellente illustration de la joie de vivre remise à l'honneur par le Directoire » (Gérard Oberlé). C'est dans ce célèbre poème didactique, l'un des plus achevés du genre, que le mot de gastronomie fut employé pour la première fois en français, dans l'édition originale de 1801. Devenu un classique de la table, l'ouvrage a souvent été comparé au Lutrin de Boileau. Exemplaire du meilleur tirage, sur papier fort, orné de quatre charmantes illustrations : un frontispice gravé par Delignon d'après Myris et trois figures hors texte dessinées par Monsiau et Myris et gravées par Bovinet, Delvaux et Baquoy. L'autre tirage, sur papier fin, n'a que le frontispice. Charmant exemplaire en jolie reliure décorée de l'époque. Étiquette du libraire Renault, de Rouen, au contreplat supérieur. De la bibliothèque Raymond Oliver (1909-1990), chef et propriétaire du Grand Véfour (cat. 1986, n°27 ; ex-libris). L'exemplaire a figuré dans le catalogue Nourritures de la lib … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lecommercedeslivres [Paris, FR]
2020-02-25 06:44:15
MAYER luigi
londres: 1805. bel exemplairerare. Vues en Egypte, d'après les dessins originaux en la possession de Sir Robert Ainslie, pris Durant son Ambassade à Constantinople par Louis Mayer ; Gravés par Thomas Milton, et sous sa direction : avec des observations historiques et des remarques particulières sur les Mœurs et les Usages des Habitants de ce pays. Grand In folio (465 x 327), 102 pp, 48 planches à l'aquatinte, en couleur, à pleine page, retouches à la main, table des planches. Reliure de l'époque, veau raciné, large encadrement de motifs égyptiens dorés sur les plats, dos 5 nerfs ornés, pièce de titre dorés, tranches dorées. Planches représentant les plus beaux sites et monuments d'Egypte et montrent des mamelouks et des scheiks à cheval, des pèlerins, des paysans, des bergers, des dames du Caire, des bals, etc. Les commentaires sont pris sur le vif et les observations historiques donnent une description très partiale, par des Anglais, du drame de l'armée de Bonaparte forcée, après trois ans, d'abandonner l'Egypte. Bel exemplaire Views in Egypt, from the original drawings in the possession of Sir Robert Ainslie, taken during his Embassy in Constantinople by Louis Mayer; Engraved by Thomas Milton, and under his direction: with historical observations and particular remarks on the Manners and the Uses of the Inhabitants of this country. Large In folio (465 x 327), 102 pp, 48 plates in aquatint, in color, full page, touch-up by hand, table of plates. Vintage binding, rooted calfskin, large frame of gilded Egyptian motifs on the plates, back 5 ornate nerves, golden title piece, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: docteur_ramirez [Toulon, FR]
2020-02-25 00:08:13
1805. Very Good. Large archive documenting the development of Cincinnati, Ohio assembled from the collections of the Gilmore family. The archive spans from early 19th century to early 20th century (1805 to 1940s) with Gilmore family records spanning at least four generations. Worthy of more research this archive contains around 500 items of ephemera. The majority of the archive is composed of land and warranty deeds, indentures, leases, receipts, hand-drawn maps and personal correspondence (both stamped and stampless letters) dating from the 1820s to the 1880s. Most deeds were drawn up in Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio. One item of note includes a 19" x 26 ½" hand-drawn plat of Gilmore family land "in the town of Cincinnati" on Fourth and Race streets and was surveyed by Joseph Gillert (? ) & Co. In 1863. Overall very good. Wear varies from light to heavy, with a few items torn and chipped; loss of content to a few items, with only a few documents having stamps or seals removed by a previous owner; moderate soiling overall; most letters and legal documents are readable and a few are beautifully written. Hamilton County, Ohio, was established on January 2, 1790 and was the second county formed in the Northwest Territory. During the early nineteenth century, towns such as Cincinnati attracted many settlers, the Ohio River providing residents with numerous business opportunities. By the late 1880s, Cincinnati was the largest city in Ohio, with almost 300,000 people (Ohio History Central). The Gilmore family is responsible for much of the growth and d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [United States]
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2020-02-24 17:56:12
[Trusler, Thomas]; by the author of Principles of Politeness, &c
Bath: Printed by Gye and Son, for the author, and sold by J. Souter, 1805. Duodecimo (17.5 x 10.5 cm.), 72, 4, 229-240 pages. Illustrated with twenty-one wood engravings after John Bewick (see Hugo, The Bewick Collector. London, 1866-68, 3787). Advertisements for author's other publications at rear, with a twelve-page section from one of those publications, The Progress of Man. Two additional woodcuts within that sample. Stated "fourth edition". Date from external information, based on the fifth edition by the same publisher, which has a stated publication date of 1805. First issued in 1788, this juvenile etiquette manual for mealtime is best known for its extensive section on carving, well-illustrated with nineteen handsome woodcuts of carving instruction for different cuts of meat, in addition to an image of the author's coat of arms on the verso of the title page, and an illustration within the publisher's advertisements. Oxford points out that the book contains "curious information as to the habits of the day. For example, the custom of 'a gentleman and a lady sitting alternately around the table' had only been lately introduced." Trusler (1735-1820) was the editor of Lord Chesterfield's Principles of Politeness (1785), and has been described as an "eccentric divine, literary compiler, and medical empiric" (DNB). ~ Some light soiling throughout; a few small dog ears, but generally clean and sound. In contemporary full tree calf; some light edge wear and leather just starting to separate at the gutters. [OCLC locates eleven copies of this issue (and nine of "fifth editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink [United States]
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2020-02-24 14:28:21
MAYER LUIGI
THOMAS BENSLEY, 1805. Vues en Egypte, d’après les dessins originaux en la possession de Sir Robert Ainslie, pris Durant son Ambassade à Constantinople par Louis Mayer ; Gravés par Thomas Milton, et sous sa direction : avec des observations historiques et des remarques particulières sur les Mœurs et les Usages des Habitants de ce pays. Grand In folio (465 x 327), 102 pp, 48 planches à l’aquatinte, en couleur, à pleine page, retouches à la main, table des planches. Reliure de l’époque, veau raciné, large encadrement de motifs égyptiens dorés sur les plats, dos 5 nerfs ornés, pièce de titre dorés, tranches dorées. Planches représentant les plus beaux sites et monuments d’Egypte et montrent des mamelouks et des scheiks à cheval, des pèlerins, des paysans, des bergers, des dames du Caire, des bals, etc. Les commentaires sont pris sur le vif et les observations historiques donnent une description très partiale, par des Anglais, du drame de l’armée de Bonaparte forcée, après trois ans, d’abandonner l’Egypte. Bel exemplaire Views in Egypt, from the original drawings in the possession of Sir Robert Ainslie, taken during his Embassy in Constantinople by Louis Mayer; Engraved by Thomas Milton, and under his direction: with historical observations and particular remarks on the Manners and the Uses of the Inhabitants of this country. Large In folio (465 x 327), 102 pp, 48 plates in aquatint, in color, full page, touch-up by hand, table of plates. Vintage binding, rooted calfskin, large frame of gilded Egyptian motifs on the plates, back 5 ornate nerves, golden title piece, golden edges. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie PERRAUD [Antibes, France]
2020-02-23 05:51:29
Sousa e Sampaio, Francisco Coelho de (fl. circa 1790)
Coimbra; Lisbon: Real Imprensa da Universidade; Impressao Regia, 1805. Very Good. 4to. 210 x 145 mm. 3 parts in 1 vol. + additional work. Parts 1-2: [3], xiv, 202 pp. Part 3: [4], xvi, 202. Observacoes: [10], 91 pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece of the dedicatee, Joao VI. Bound in contemporary red morocco with the arms of Joao VI of Portugal in gilt in the center of both covers, covers double-bordered in gilt roll of flowers and vines with smaller outer border of a rhombus and star patterned roll, the same rhombus and star patterned roll along either side of spine, gilt urn ornaments at corners, gilt "sun" roll along edges of covers, gilt floral roll of similar design divides each spinal compartment with single thin gilt roll above and below, flat spine with morocco lettering piece in second compartment, gilt urn ornament with garland in each compartment, with highly unusual gilt edges; cream colored endpapers with offsetting of the leather turns-ins below. Corners slightly bumped, binding extremities a little worn, with some gilt worn away, two small, almost imperceptible worm holes in lower spine compartment, not affecting any pages. Long contemporary annotations in Portuguese on pp. 116-7. Impression of a removed booklabel (?) on front pastedown, P.A.W. booklabel at bottom of same, prior bookseller inscriptions in pencil on front endleaves, persistent staining along bottom edge and fore-edge not affecting text, and no more than 1cm wide, small stain on top of pp. i-ii of Part 1. Dedication copy, bound in contemporary red morocco with the arms of Joao VI of Portugal ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [United States]
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2020-02-22 16:11:45
SCHLÖZER, August, and Denis-François DONNANT (translator).
Paris, J.J. Marcel at the Imprimerie Impériale and distributed by A. Galland, An XIII (1805). 8vo, pp. [2 (blank, Galland advertisement)], x, 247, [1], 4 (advertisements); wide-margined with paper-flaw to outer margin G3, a little foxing; contemporary cloth-backed tree-marbled boards with vellum tips, spine gilt in compartments, gilt green morocco label in one, others tooled in blind; minimal rubbing, spine sunned, an excellent copy.First French translation of Schlözer's Theorie der Statistik (1804). Schlözer was Achenwall's most important disciple, 'and the principal representative of the Göttingen school in that department [statistics]. He regarded statistics as a part of politics, to which it was related [in the same way as] the knowledge of the human body to therapeutics. He defined history as statistics in motion, statistics as history at rest. Schlözer is classed among the "liberal eclectics" of this century. His principal strength lay in the combination of history with political philosophy. He preached the doctrine, now universally accepted, that history has to deal with something more than military or diplomatic transactions "after the manner of the Anno-Domini men," and should present a view of the whole life of a people, and, in particular, of its economic conditions at different epochs, and of the economic consequences of political acts' (Palgrave III, p. 362).Published in the same year as Donnant's Théorie élémentaire de la statistique, this translation was one of the first exposés of statistics to be written in French. Donnant was extremely confident in the val … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-02-19 20:51:15
1805. Very Good. Large archive documenting the development of Cincinnati, Ohio assembled from the collections of the Gilmore family. The archive spans from early 19th century to early 20th century (1805 to 1940s) with Gilmore family records spanning at least four generations. Worthy of more research this archive contains around 500 items of ephemera. The majority of the archive is composed of land and warranty deeds, indentures, leases, receipts, hand-drawn maps and personal correspondence (both stamped and stampless letters) dating from the 1820s to the 1880s. Most deeds were drawn up in Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio. One item of note includes a 19" x 26 ½" hand-drawn plat of Gilmore family land "in the town of Cincinnati" on Fourth and Race streets and was surveyed by Joseph Gillert (? ) & Co. In 1863. Overall very good. Wear varies from light to heavy, with a few items torn and chipped; loss of content to a few items, with only a few documents having stamps or seals removed by a previous owner; moderate soiling overall; most letters and legal documents are readable and a few are beautifully written. Hamilton County, Ohio, was established on January 2, 1790 and was the second county formed in the Northwest Territory. During the early nineteenth century, towns such as Cincinnati attracted many settlers, the Ohio River providing residents with numerous business opportunities. By the late 1880s, Cincinnati was the largest city in Ohio, with almost 300,000 people (Ohio History Central). The Gilmore family is responsible for much of the growt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [United States]
2020-02-17 07:07:30
Montucci, Antonio, Editor La Merope Di Maffei, E L' Aristodemo Di Monti
Edimborgo, Edinburgh, 1805. Decorated Leather Spines With Title Plates, Gilded Borders, Marbled Endpages. Mild Foxing To The Reader In English. Li Filippo. 272 Pgs. Cancels And Corrections. 324 Pgs. C & C. 342 Pgs. Rare 3 Vol Set. Worldcat Finds Five Copies In Europe. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Open Door Books [bath, ME, U.S.A.]
2020-02-16 18:46:03
1805. Brochot, bon état d'ensemble avec rousseurs sur les pages de garde. First printed by Brochot, 1805, Jean LA Fontaine's Fables. "Now first translated from the French; whith legant Engraved FiguresBy Robert Thomson" gravées par Perdoux, in 8 de 105 pages, premier volume, contenant les 3 premiers livres.Chez Brochot, pere et compagnie, Libraires-éditeurs, 1805. The advertised "Elegant Engraved Figures" consist of 4 plates, frontispice au buste de la fontaine, animaux et bossu, fable 13, fable 14, gravée par Olimpe Neveu, book 3, fable 1.
Bookseller: auperelustucru [Eaubonne, FR]
2020-02-16 15:13:39
Samuel Johnson
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1805. Click here to see our other books! A Dictionary of the English Language: in Which the Words are Deduced From Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples From the Best Writers. To Which are Prefixed, a History of the Language, and an English Grammar Samuel Johnson 1805 Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme : London 9.5" by 6" [3], 2-15[4], ii-lxxxvi, unpaginated; unpaginated; unpaginated; unpaginated SUMMARY A beautifully bound ninth edition of Samuel Johnson's influential 'Dictionary of the English Language'. An Important Work,Leather Binding,Uncommon Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 6 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 4.49 US Postage: £ 47.99 EU Postage: £ 28.99 European Postage: £ 49.99 Asia Postage: £ 79.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 159.99 DESCRIPTION The ninth edition of this work, revised and corrected. Complete in four volumes. A nice edition of this influential 'A Dictionary of the English Language', which had a far-reaching effect on the Modern English language. That dictionary remained the standard for one-hundred and fifty years, when the 'Oxford English Dictionary' was published. The work is also known simply as 'Johnson's Dictionary'. Volume I illustrated with a frontispiece and one plate. With a life of Dr Johnson. Written by Samuel Johnson, a noted English author, who is known for his lasting contributions to English literature. He worked as a poet, playwright, critic, essayist, moralist, editor, biographer, and lexicographer. Prior owner's ink inscription to the reverse of the fronti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-02-16 13:55:22
Mohl, Hugo von
1805. 4, VIII, 442 S., 13 Taf. (davon 5 tlw. farbig), Priv.-HLdr. d. Zt., Bibliotheksbd.: priv. Rückenschildchen, Rücken m. Transparent-Folie überzogen, Stempel a. Vs. Deckel berieben, Kanten beschabt, Gelenke geplatzt, Titelbl. knittrig, Taf. randknittrig, Stege gebräunt u. tlw. min. stockfl. Erstausgabe. Hugo Mohl (1805 - 1872) deutscher Botaniker, Arzt und Universitätsprofessor. Seine wissenschaftlichen Untersuchungen erstreckten sich beinahe auf alle Gebiete der Botanik, vor allem aber förderte er die Pflanzenanatomie und machte speziell das feste Zellstoffgerüst der Pflanzen zum Gegenstand eingehender und erfolgreicher Untersuchungen. Auch Physiologie und Entwicklungsgeschichte wurde von ihm gefördert. Mohl unterschied 1844 den Primordialschlauch und erkannte 1846 das Protoplasma, welches er mit dem noch jetzt üblichen Namen belegte.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-02-15 09:02:03
Smith, Adam
R. Chapman, Glasgow, 1805. Hardcover, 18 cm, 304 286 284 280 pp. This was the first printing of the Wealth of Nations in Scotland, and the first to contain a portrait of the author. Rebound by a former owner . Cond.: goed / good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bij tij en ontij ... [Kloosterburen, NL, Netherlands]
2020-02-14 06:00:04
Bon Etat. CODE CIVIL AN XIII 1805 « CODE CIVIL DES FRANCAIS » 1805 (devenu « Code Napoléon » en 1807) Nouvelle édition conforme à l'édition originale de l'Imprimerie de la République; à laquelle on a ajouté les Lois transitoires et une Table analytique et raisonnée des matières. A PARIS et se trouve à AVIGNON, Chez Hyppolite, Libraire, Place St Didier, AN XIII 1805 , PETIT FORMAT IN-18° , 14cm x 9 cm , RELIE PLEIN CUIR D'EPOQUE, 466 PAGES. A peine investi du pouvoir consulaire, BONAPARTE signait le 24 thermidor AN VIII un arrêté nommant une commission de quatre membres chargée d'étudier les travaux antérieurs et de rédiger un projet de Code Civil. Deux juristes du Nord connaissant bien le droit coutumier français: TRONCHET et BIGOT de PREAMENEU, et deux juristes du Midi, spécialistes du droit romain: MALLEVILLE et PORTALIS (qui présenta le projet dans un discours préliminaire resté célèbre. Établi avec rapidité le projet fut prêt en quatre mois. Conformément à la Constitution l'avant projet et les observations des tribunaux de Cassation et d'Appel furent étudiés par le Conseil d'État ou le Premier Consul BONAPARTE prit part aux délibérations.. Il est certain que par son énergie il a grandement activé le travail des juristes. Il a surpris aussi par ses remarques judicieuses les techniciens les plus chevronnés. Le rôle du Second Consul, CAMBACERES, éminent juriste auteur des trois tentatives antérieures et infructueuses de codification, doit être relevé. Présenté au Tribunat épuré le projet est voté avec une assez grande rapidité: 36 lois sont adoptées puis réunies en un corp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: cariou1 [Grenoble, FR]
2020-02-12 16:50:49
VICQ D'AZYR, Félix
Duprat-Duverger, Paris, 1805. Demi maroquin à long grains rouge de l'époque, dos lisse. Un atlas in Folio (335x253 mm), (2) pages et 39 planches dont 3 bis et 8 sur double page (complet) et six volumes de texte in-8 (198x128 mm), T1 : frontispice avec sa serpente imprimée, (6)-xi-(1 bl.)-88-332-(2) pages / T2 : (4)-446-(2) pages / T3 : (4)-444 (i.e. 442) pages / T4 : (4)-410 pages (relié, comme d'habitude sans le tableau dépliant que l'on ne trouve que dans quelques rare exemplaires) / T5 : (4)-472 pages / T6 : (4)-560 pages Quelques petits accrocs aux reliures, coins abîmés Quelques rousseurs Première édition des oeuvres complètes de Vicq d'Azyr, reconnu comme étant le plus grand anatomiste comparatif du 18ème siècle. On retiendra en particulier ses travaux sur le cerveau qui resteront comme étant les plus précis produit jusqu'à l'avènement des techniques de coloration microscopique. Globalement un très bon exemplaire en demi maroquin à long grains de l'époque. Garrison & Morton [313 : "Vicq d'Azyr has been called the greatest comparative anatomist of the 18th century. The mamillo-thalamic tract is named the "bundle of Vicq d'Azyr"], Heirs of Hippocrates [1074 : "This posthumous work is the only collected edition of all the works of Vicq d'Azyr. In the biographical essay by the editor, Jacques Louis Moreau de la Sarthe (1771-1826), one learns that Vicq d'Azyr died of pulmonary congestion following the fatigue and anxiety of his ordeals during the French Revolution. The first three volumes of this set contain his Éloges historiques on the lives of great naturalists, chemist … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-02-11 15:28:21
VATTEL, Emer de
Northampton, (Mass.): T.M. Pomroy for S. & E. Butler, 1805. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I can provide a link to many more photos. Just ask! 1805 1ed Vattel US Law of Nations Diplomacy War George Washington & Ben Franklin Emer de Vattel was a Swiss lawyer whose legal philosophies mirrored those of the famed Hugo Grotius. In 1758, he published his most important book 'The Law of Nations', a book that clarified the rights of states and citizens. It is also notable for being one of the first works to discuss the 'just war theory' and its place in international diplomacy. While this book saw many editions throughout the end of the 18th-century, in American, it was best known for being oft referenced by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin for its content on international law and military. This 1805 printing was the first American edition. Item number: #9332 Price: $550 VATTEL, Emer de The law of nations, or, Principles of the law of nature : applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and sovereigns : a work tending to display the true interest of powers Northampton, (Mass.) : Printed by T.M. Pomroy for S. & E. Butler, 1805. First edition, American. Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages o Xlviii, 563, [2] · References: Shaw & Shoemaker 9650; · Language: English · Binding: Leather; tight and secure o Visible repair on boards · Size: ~9in X 5.5in (22cm x 13.5cm) · Rare and desirable Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 07:07:29
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London: James Cundee, 1805. Second edition, expanded and extra-illustrated, of this alphabetical pocket guide to the eighteenth-century English stage, first published in 1802. The great figures of the era are all represented: David Garrick, Sarah Siddons, John Kemble, Peg Woffington, John Gay, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Lesser-known characters appear as well, like the mad Mrs. Vanbruggen, who crashed a London performance of Hamlet: "She was in truth Ophelia herself, to the amazement of the performers as well as the audience." Extensively extra-illustrated, featuring eighteen inserted portraits in addition to the twenty-two "elegant engravings" promised on the title page. A unique copy of a fascinating book. Twelvemo, measuring 6.75 x 4 inches: iv, [396]. Contemporary full tree calf, Greek key borders to boards, spine ruled and decorated in gilt, red morocco spine label lettered in gilt, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges stained yellow. Engraved pictorial title page before letterpress title, 38 engraved plates, one engraving ("David Garrick") printed on page iv. Addenda and publisher's advertisements at rear. Early owner signature to front flyleaf; "twenty-two" in "twenty-two elegant engravings" crossed out on the title page, and replaced with the manuscript numeral "40;" manuscript correction to the entry for Robert William Elliston. Joints and corners rubbed, two gouges to lower board.
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers [United States]
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2020-02-10 10:44:39
Bon Etat. CODE CIVIL AN XIII 1805 « CODE CIVIL DES FRANCAIS » 1805 (devenu « Code Napoléon » en 1807) Nouvelle édition stéréotype conforme à l'édition originale de l'Imprimerie de la République; à laquelle on a ajouté les Lois transitoires et une Table analytique et raisonnée des matières. A PARIS GARNERY, LIBRAIRE RUE DE SEINE H. NICOLLE ET COMPAGNIE Rue des Petits-Augustins, N° 15 AN XIII 1805 Avec ETIQUETTE Pierre BEAUME, LIBRAIRE a BORDEAUX , PETIT FORMAT IN-18° , 14 cm x 9 cm , RELIE PLEIN CUIR D'EPOQUE, 481 PAGES. A peine investi du pouvoir consulaire, BONAPARTE signait le 24 thermidor AN VIII un arrêté nommant une commission de quatre membres chargée d'étudier les travaux antérieurs et de rédiger un projet de Code Civil. Deux juristes du Nord connaissant bien le droit coutumier français: TRONCHET et BIGOT de PREAMENEU, et deux juristes du Midi, spécialistes du droit romain: MALLEVILLE et PORTALIS (qui présenta le projet dans un discours préliminaire resté célèbre. Établi avec rapidité le projet fut prêt en quatre mois. Conformément à la Constitution l'avant projet et les observations des tribunaux de Cassation et d'Appel furent étudiés par le Conseil d'État ou le Premier Consul BONAPARTE prit part aux délibérations.. Il est certain que par son énergie il a grandement activé le travail des juristes. Il a surpris aussi par ses remarques judicieuses les techniciens les plus chevronnés. Le rôle du Second Consul, CAMBACERES, éminent juriste auteur des trois tentatives antérieures et infructueuses de codification, doit être relevé. Présenté au Tribunat épuré le projet est … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: cariou1 [Grenoble, FR]
2020-02-09 23:17:56
1805. see photos for condition and size. VINTAGE -- amazing collection of NEW HAMPSHIRE REGISTER, over the years the name changed a bit ( Curtis's Pocket Almanack Register of NH, Nh Register and calendar, Nh Register and farmers almanac, Statistical almanac and Political manual for NH, NH Register and Business Directory) and some years there were two slightly different titles. THIS HAS THE YEARS -- 1805, 1806-1866, 1869-1887. some wear and tear, no bad smell, JUST GREAT. hey -- if you like this item, you will probably find more items that you like in my ebay store, check it out, i have so many items up, in all sorts of categories, go ahead and search it out, you will be happy you did, and i will always combine items to save you on the shipping costs. have fun on here, -check my feedback for any concerns. location -- STRAWBERRY 6 -- 148. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: showmeyourpapers [Tilton, New Hampshire, US]
2020-02-08 09:15:03
Historische Ortsansicht. Umrisskupferstich, koloriert, 1805. Von Christian Gottlob Hammer. 45,7 x 64 cm (Darstellung) / 54,2 x 70,6 cm (Blatt). - Mittig unterhalb der Darstellung betitelt, ferner mittig mit "bei Heinrich Rittner in Dresden" und rechts "C. G. Hammer fec 1805" versehen. - - - -
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-02-08 05:36:11
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James Cundee, London, 1805. Second edition, expanded and extra-illustrated, of this alphabetical pocket guide to the eighteenth-century English stage, first published in 1802. The great figures of the era are all represented: David Garrick, Sarah Siddons, John Kemble, Peg Woffington, John Gay, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Lesser-known characters appear as well, like the mad Mrs. Vanbruggen, who crashed a London performance of Hamlet: "She was in truth Ophelia herself, to the amazement of the performers as well as the audience." Extensively extra-illustrated, featuring eighteen inserted portraits in addition to the twenty-two "elegant engravings" promised on the title page. A unique copy of a fascinating book. Twelvemo, measuring 6.75 x 4 inches: iv, [396]. Contemporary full tree calf, Greek key borders to boards, spine ruled and decorated in gilt, red morocco spine label lettered in gilt, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, all edges stained yellow. Engraved pictorial title page before letterpress title, 38 engraved plates, one engraving ("David Garrick") printed on page iv. Addenda and publisher's advertisements at rear. Early owner signature to front flyleaf; "twenty-two" in "twenty-two elegant engravings" crossed out on the title page, and replaced with the manuscript numeral "40;" manuscript correction to the entry for Robert William Elliston. Joints and corners rubbed, two gouges to lower board. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-02-07 07:59:41
Cornelius Tacitus
London: John Stockdale, 1805. Excellent - Please See Photographs. Very happy to provide any extra photographs or answer questions. A New edition with authors last corrections. Murphy's Tacitus (1805) 5 maps 8 volume set, Fine Leather Bindings Volume I: With folding map of the Ancient World. 415 pages. Volume II: With folding map of Asia by Robert de Vaugondy 503 pages. Volume III: With folding map of Jerusalem according to d'Anville. 451 pages. Volume IV: 407 pages. Volume V: 387 pages. Volume VI: with folding map of Italy by Robert de Vaugondy. 507 pages. Volume VII: With map folding map of Germany by Vaugondy. 556 pages. Volume VIII: 319 pages + Geographical Table (an index).
Bookseller: salamanca1627 [Glasgow, GB]
2020-02-04 21:21:41
STEIBELT Daniel Pièces pour Piano ca1805
1805. - Ouverture de l'Opéra d'Albert et Adelaide Composée par Daniel Steibelt et Représenté au Grand Théâtre de Londres Arrangée pour le Piano par l'Auteur A Paris, chez Melles Erard 277 9 pages - Trois Sonates pour Clavecin ou Forté Piano une avec violon obligé et deux sans accompagnement par Mr Steibelt 47 pages - Sonate pour le Piano Forte Composée et Dédiée à M. la Duchesse de Courlande par Daniel Steibelt Oeuvre 60 A Paris, chez Pleyel Auteur et Editeur 539 27 pages - Trois Sonates pour le Forte Piano dédiées à Madame de Boigne par Daniel Steibelt op 39 A Paris, chez Pleyel 365 38 pages - Six Sonates pour le Piano Forte avec accompagnement d'un Violon obligé composées et dédiées à sa Majesté la Reine de Prusse par Daniel Steibelt Opera XXVII Paris, chez Imbault 650 43 pages XIXe siècle ca1805 Relié demi cuir 33.2 x 26.0 cm Très bon état a3103 Nouveau [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: partitions-anciennes [Blois, France]
2020-02-03 09:59:14
Historische Ortsansicht. Umrisskupferstich, koloriert, 1805. Von Christian Gottlob Hammer. 45,7 x 64 cm (Darstellung) / 54,2 x 70,6 cm (Blatt). - Mittig unterhalb der Darstellung betitelt, ferner mittig mit "bei Heinrich Rittner in Dresden" und rechts "C. G. Hammer fec 1805" versehen. - - - -
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
2020-02-03 01:27:31
Guattani Giuseppe Antonio
nella Stamperia Pagliarini, 1805. 4to (cm. 26,7), 2 Voll., 2 cc.nn., 122 pp. con antiporta allegorica e 28 tavv. f.t. (di cui 4 ripiegate); 2 cc.nn., 150 pp., 1 c.nn. con 30 tavv. f.t. (di cui 5 ripiegate). Legature coeve in mz. pelle con nervi, fili e titoli impressi in oro al ds. Alcune carte lievemente brunite, qualche sporadica macchia e fioritura. Nel complesso, esemplare ad ampi margini in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara seconda edizione, più completa della prima. Rossetti, G-1384.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-02-02 21:51:11
SCHINDELMEYER, Karl Robert.
Wien, im Verlage der schrämblischen Buchdruckerey (Johanna Schrämbl) 1805-1807. "5 Bde. 4°. Gef. gest. Taf., gest. Titelbl. (Schindelmayer sc.), VIII S., S. (9)-192, mit 11 teilw. gef., gest. Taf.; gest. Taf., gest. Titelbl., 192 S., mit 10 gest. Taf.; gest. Taf., gest. Titelbl., 192 S., mit 11 gest. Taf.; gest. Taf., gest. Titelbl., 192 S., mit 10 gest. Taf.; gest. Taf., gest. Titelbl., (Ss. 1-8 fehlen), S. 9-192, mit 8 gest. Taf. Halblederbände d. Zeit in sehr gutem Zustand, Rückenschildchen und Rückenverzierungen mit Amphorenmotiv in Goldprägung, Einbanddeckel marmoriert, mit blassgelben Buchschnitten. Seiten fast weiß und kaum fleckig. Mit je e. alten Zählung in Buntstiftschrift auf den vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblättern avers." "ORBI 3,2:851. Thieme-B. 30,74. Kirchner 3439 - erster bis fünfter Band von insgesamt acht dieses, ursprünglich in halbmonatlichen Lieferungen erschienenen, Tafelwerks. Herausgeber und Stecher der fein gearbeitetenTafeln in klaren kräftigen Abzügen war Karl (Carl) Robert Schindelmayer (auch Schindelmeyer; um 1769-1839), Bruder der Johanna Schrämbl und später selber Geschäftsführer des Schrämblischen Verlages. Gut erhaltene Exemplare dieser sehr seltenen Bildbände mit 54 statt 60 Kupfertafeln in dekorativen Einbänden. Die im vierten Band fehlenden Seiten liegen in Kopie bei." Versand D: 15,00 EUR Ansichtenwerke, Graphik, Illustrierte Bücher, Kunst, Alte Drucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Austria]
2020-02-02 14:01:11
Goethekreis]. - Carl August, Großherzog von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach (1757-1828).
O. O., 27. II. 1805. 1 S. 4to. An einen Vertrauten über anstehende Veränderungen im Geheimen Conseil. Er stimme dessen "sehr menschenfreundlich billigem Vorschlage" hinsichtlich des Weimarer Kammerpräsidenten Johann Christoph Schmidt zu: "[.] Ich [.] kan [.] einstweilen versuchen ob Sie durch die [.] Besuche auf der Cammer den Endzweck zu erfüllen imstande sind, ohne daran durch den Ob[er] C[ammer] P[räsidenten] gehindert zu werden, u. ohne einen Schritt zu wagen der dem alten Manne physisch sehr nachtheilig seyn könnte [.] Die Natur unterstützt vielleicht die nothdurft ehe wir es uns versehen; bey N. [.] hätte sie einen sehr guten Streich gemacht wenn es wa[h]r ist, daß sie ihn ausrangirte [.]". - Aus der Sammlung Künzel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2020-02-01 23:03:10
J. J. Rousseau; [Joseph Philippe de Clairville]
ont> Levrault : Paris, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition.. A very scarce first edition thus of Clairville's continuation of Rousseau's letters on botany, illustrated with six plates. The first edition thus of this work. A very scarce work. With a half-title. Illustrated with six monochrome plates. 'La Botaniste Sans Maitre' is Rousseau's exposition of the Linnaeus system of the classification of plants, comprising of a selection of letters. This work is Rousseau's 'Letters on the Elements of Botany' under a different title. This edition was continued by Joseph Philippe de Clairville, a notable French botanist and entomologist. Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the most noted philosophers of his time, with his works influencing the progression of the Enlightenment in Europe. Condition: In a half straight grain morocco binding with paper to the boards. Externally, generally smart. Light fading to the boards. Minor rubbing to the boards and spine. A little bumping to the extremities. A couple of marks to the front board. Lacking front endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with some spots. Loss to the half-title, not affecting text. Prior owner's ink inscription to page 1 and 160. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-02-01 23:03:06
J. J. Rousseau; [Joseph Philippe de Clairville]
Paris: Levrault, 1805. Click here to see our other books! La Botaniste Sans Maitre, our Maniere d'Apprende Seul la Botanique au Moyen de l'Instruction Commencee J. J. Rousseau; [Joseph Philippe de Clairville] 1805 Levrault : Paris 6.5" by 4" [5], iv-xxiv, [1], 2-297pp SUMMARY A very scarce first edition thus of Clairville's continuation of Rousseau's letters on botany, illustrated with six plates. First Edition,Illustrated,Leather Binding,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 15.99 EU Postage: £ 13.99 European Postage: £ 14.99 Asia Postage: £ 18.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 19.99 DESCRIPTION The first edition thus of this work. A very scarce work. With a half-title. Illustrated with six monochrome plates. 'La Botaniste Sans Maitre' is Rousseau's exposition of the Linnaeus system of the classification of plants, comprising of a selection of letters. This work is Rousseau's 'Letters on the Elements of Botany' under a different title. This edition was continued by Joseph Philippe de Clairville, a notable French botanist and entomologist. Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the most noted philosophers of his time, with his works influencing the progression of the Enlightenment in Europe. CONDITION In a half straight grain morocco binding with paper to the boards. Externally, generally smart. Light fading to the boards. Minor rubbing to the boards and spine. A little bumping to the extremities. A couple of marks to the front board. Lacking front endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with some spots. Lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-02-01 19:05:06
Trommsdorff, Johann Bartholomäus:
Erfurt, Hennings, 1805. Kl.-8°. 8 Bl., 1 Bl., XIV S., 1 weißes Bl., 286, 6 (statt 8) S. (Verlagsanzeigen). Erste Ausgabe dieses wegweisenden Handbuches, in dem "die pharmazeutischen Erkenntnisse des späten 18. Jahrhunderts erstmals gebündelt und im Hinblick auf die Herstellung von Schminken systematisch geordnet wurden. Schließlich lieferte dieses Buch die Grundlage der gesundheitlichen Schminkkritik des 19. Jahrhunderts, wie sie in den Schönheitsratgebern zu finden ist" (Ramsbrock 2011). - Poggendorff II, 1137. Ferchl 534. - Stellenweise braunfleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Sander [Dresden, Germany]
2020-02-01 11:53:02
JENNER (Edouard)
Agard, Privas, 1805. 2 ouvrages en 1 vol. pet. in-8 (17,5 x 10,5 cm), (4), 436 pp., 1 tableau dépl. et XXXIX, (1), 233 pp. ; le "supplément au Mémoire" (pp. xli-lvi) n'a pas été relié dans notre exemplaire comme c'est le cas pour un assez grand nombre d'exemplaires (dont celui de la Wellcome Historical Medical Library) ; pleine basane de l'époque, dos lisse orné, roulettes sur les coupes, tranches jaspées ; exemplaire rogné un peu court dans la marge externe, à 3 feuillets au raz du texte ; sinon bon exemplaire. L'ouvrage de loin le plus important de ce recueil est bien sûr celui de Jenner. Il s'agit de la première édition française autorisée, rare, du chef-d'oeuvre de Jenner. Cette traduction est due au comte Joseph de Laroque (1759-1842) qui suivit les travaux de Jenner pendant le long séjour qu'il fit en Angleterre. La première traduction française des seules "Recherches" de Jenner, parue en 1800 (60 pp.), fut désavouée par Laroque qui estima avoir commis "plein de fautes". IT IS THE FIRST COMPLETE TRANSLATION OF JENNER'S INQUIRY INTO FRENCH. REFERENCES: Pour l'édition originale anglaise : Printing and the Mind of Man, 250 ; Horblit, 100 books famous in science ; Garrison & Morton, 2529.3 et 5423 ; Bazin H : The Eradication of Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the First and Only Eradication of a Human Infectious Disease, pp. 85, 92-93./// Pour cette édition : Le Fanu, A bio-bibliography of Edward Jenner, 37: "At p. xvii Laroque refers to his meeting with Jenner when leaving London in September, 1803. At p.ix he speaks of the unauthorized version of his translation 'plein de fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jean-Pierre AUBERT [NANCY, France]
2020-02-01 03:51:15
Nicholson, Peter
London: J. Taylor at the Architectural Library, 1805. Second edition. 79 engraved plates, x [ie xii, b1 &b2 swapped], 79, [1], 16 (12mo "A Catalogue of Modern Books on Architecture ... on Sale at J. Taylor's") pp. 4to. Contemporary speckled sheep, rebacked to style with red morocco spine label. Some light scuffing to covers and wear to corners. Second edition. 79 engraved plates, x [ie xii, b1 &b2 swapped], 79, [1], 16 (12mo "A Catalogue of Modern Books on Architecture ... on Sale at J. Taylor's") pp. 4to. First printed in 1797, the first manual on the construction of hinges and the hanging of doors, intended as a supplement to Nicholson's New Carpenter's Guide (1792). With interesting annotations by a carpenter "A. Night" of Cheapside on the rear endpapers. Provenance: Daniel Dann (contemporary signature to front pastedown); A. Night, "turning tool maker Cheapside," (inscription and design for a bed post on rear pastedown)
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
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2020-01-30 20:35:04
Blumenbach, J F
Göttingen Heinrich Dieterich, 1805. Owner's name on front free end page. Blumenbach, physiologist and anthropologist, was Professor of Medicine at Göttingen. He was the first to show the value of comparative anatomy in the study of anthropology. (Ref. Garrison and Morton, Page 53, No. 312). Includes the page with Instructions to book-binder on the last free end page. With 8 plates. Six of the plates are missing the lower edge of the margin. Small repair and tide mark to title page. Some scattered foxing and age-toning. Some rubbing. Speckled green tint to all edges. 549 Pages. Good to Very Good. Marbled boards and spine. Edge-wear to extremities. Bumping to corners. Some rubbing to boards. Title in gilt. Dimensions: Small 8vo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Quagga Books [Cape Town, South Africa]
2020-01-29 17:25:07
Adye, Stephen Payne
1805. London, 1805. 7th ed.. London, 1805. 7th ed. The First Anglo-American Treatise on Courts-Martial Adye, S[tephen] Payne [d.1794]. A Treatise on Courts Martial. Also An Essay on Military Punishments and Rewards. London: Printed by T. Maiden for Vernor and Hood, [et al.], 1805. viii, 292 pp. 12mo. (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in morocco, lettering piece and gilt fillets to extremities, hinges mended. Light rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, faint illegible early owner signature to head of front board, moderate rubbing to board edges with some wear to corners, library bookplate and illegible later owner signature to front pastedown. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in a few places, libraray stamp to verso of title page with a bit of bleed-through to recto and light offsetting to facing leaf. $500. * Seventh Edition. First published in New York in 1769, this title is the first Anglo-American treatise on courts-martial (and the 1769 edition was one of the first law books printed in America). It was the standard guide used by the British and American forces during the Revolutionary War. The first part is a history of martial and military law and an overview of courts martial, courts of inquiry, appeals, the duties of the judge advocate, and the mode of trial. The second part discusses procedure, which is based, as much as possible, on procedure in common law. A standard treatise for many years, and an authority today, it went through eight editions, the final in 1810. Adye was Deputy Judge Advocate for the British Army in North America from 1769 to … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-29 17:05:22
Keller, Karl Urban.
Löflund, 1805. Mit gest. Titelvignette und 20 [gefalt.] radierten Blättern. - Erste Ausgabe - Exlibris, schönes, nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar, einige zarte Bleistiftanmerkungen von alter Hand, Einband etwas gebräunt und berieben
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Josef Müller, Inh. Elfriede Mollin [Germany]
2020-01-28 18:07:01
1805. Rara pubblicazione in carta azzura FESTE CHE SI DANNO IN GENOVA PER LA VENUTA DI SUA MAESTA NAPOLEONE I. IMPERATORE DE' FRANCESI E RE D'ITALIA GENOVA, STAMPERIA DELL'ISTITUTO E DELLA GAZZETTA, Piazza Nuova 1805 Tre Poemi con note a fine testo Volume in-4°, 33x24 cm., brossura editoriale , 20 carte stampate su carta azzurra ad ampi margini , ottimo stato di conservazione con una brunitura all'ultima carta . ( le fotografie sono parte integrante della descrizione, e possono mostrare a volte difetti non descritti; alcuni minimi difetti giudicati trascurabili posso essere omessi nella descrizione ) __ INFO PER QUALSIASI DUBBIO O INFORMAZIONE NON ESITATE A SCRIVERCI, O CONTATTARCI AL SEGUENTE NUMERO : ( +39 ) 0697279699 SPEDIZIONE CUMULATIVA AL COSTO MASSIMO DI 10,00 EURO * * ACQUISTANDO PIU' OGGETTI , SENZA LIMITI DI PESO O QUANTITA' , LA SPEDIZIONE AVRA' UN COSTO MASSIMO DI 10,00 EURO ( Valido solo per l'Italia, spedizione tramite Paccocelere3 ordinario ) SI ACCETTANO DIVERSE FORME DI PAGAMENTO , NO CONTRASSEGNO. Il pagamento va effettuato entro 7 giorni dall'acquisto. La merce acquistata viaggia a rischio e pericolo dell'acquirente, è possibile assicurare la spedizione previo pagamento di tariffe accessorie da concordare . Grazie Calligrammes Srl.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes (it.calligrammes) [Roma, IT]
2020-01-28 05:55:54
ROMAGNOSI GIAN DOMENICO
Parma, dalla Stamperia Imperiale (Bodoni), 1805. Due volumi di cm. 21,5, pp. (4) xxii (2), 433 (1); 499 (1). Bellissima legatura coeva in mezza pelle; dorso a 5 nervi, con titoli su tassello in marocchino rosso, filetti e fregi dorati agli scomparti. Carta marmorizzata ai piatti e tagli spruzzati. Qualche sporadica e trascurabile macchietta. Esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Gian Domenico Romagnosi (1761-1835), originario di Salsomaggiore, fu uno dei principali giuristi e pensatori italiani vissuti a cavallo tra Settecento e Ottocento. "La concezione napoleonica dello stato come strumento di educazione e di progresso umano trovò nel R. il degno interprete. Fece rivivere la tradizione di pensiero politico nazionale e nell'Introduzione seppe costruire un sistema di diritto ammirabile per l'estensione e l'universalità, per l'ordine e l'armonia delle parti" (cfr. Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani, voce a cura di Gioele Solari). Rara prima edizione, magnifico esempio dell'editoria bodoniana. Cfr. Graesse VI, 152; Iccu; non in Brooks. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2020-01-27 08:02:10
MORE, Hannah
London|Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies|1805. In Two Volumes. First Edition, "From the Author" [MORE, Hannah]. Hints Towards Forming the Character of a Young Princess. In Two Volumes. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1805. First edition. (There was a second edition printed the same year as the first, but the edition is stated on the tile-page). With "From the Author" on the half-title of Volume one. Two octavo volumes (7 1/2 x 4 5/8 inches; 192 x 117 mm). xix, [1, blank], 330, [6, publisher's advertisements], [2, blank]; viii, 403, [3, blank]. Half-titles in both volumes. Contemporary full calf, rebacked to style. Boards with gilt rule border. Spine ruled in gilt. Red morocco spine label on each volume, lettered in gilt. Gilt board edges and dentelles. All edges marbled. Marbled endpapers. Previous owner's armorial bookplate on front pastedown of each volume. "From the Author" in ink of half-title of volumes 1 and a few underlines and marginal notes in the same or similar hand. Internally very clean. Overall a very good copy. The works of conservative philanthropist, novelist, playwright, poet, and philosopher Hannah More (1745-1833) were long “[d]eplored by radicals since William Cobbett, [but] lately reassessed by feminist scholars” (The Feminist Companion to Literature in English, pp. 760-761). Hannah More (1745-1833) “English religious writer, best known as a writer of popular tracts and as an educator of the poor. As a young woman with literary aspirations, More made the first of her visits to London and was befriended by David Garrick [and Edmund Burke, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-01-27 02:07:06
Various Clerks Poultney School
Fourth School District Poultney Vermont, 1805. See listing. Manuscript records of the fourth school District of Poultney (Poultney Vermont) 1805-1845 48 pages; original stiff paper wrappers Handwritten by various clerks spans 40 years, this historic manuscript covers election of committees, expenses and dates for the school year. According to personal research, Early school records are basically non existent for this town. Some excerpts: October 31, 1805 fourth school district met agreeable open the meeting and proceeded to business (first page) 1st voted John Ransom Junior moderator 2nd voted Simeon Mears clerk 3rd voted Henry Hyde and Thaddeus Hickok 4th voted Lewis Maranville collector 5th voted to have a school four months 6th voted that the whole cost of the school shall be made upon the pole April 29, 1806 fourth school district that agreeable to the warning open the meeting and proceeded to business, voted Samuel Lee moderator, voted to have school five months and a half, voted that the school be supported by the pole of the scholars... Notification this is to warn the inhabitants of the fourth school district in Poultney to meet at the school house in district on Wednesday the 10th day of September instant (1806) to transact the following business choose a moderator a collector for the year ensuing ... to see if the district will agree to have school the ensuing winter September 2, 1806 Voted Bezaleel Farnum moderator John Ransom Jr clerk David Ransom and Ebenezer Buckland School Committeemen voted to have a school four months beginning the first day of November nex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2020-01-26 13:47:09
Avolio Fr. Di Paola
1805. [Sicilia-Pesca] (cm. 19,5) ottimo mz. vitello coevo, titolo in oro al dorso.-- pp. 279 + 1p. bianca. Edizione originale molto rara. Manca a Dura, Fera-Morlicchio e curiosamente anche a Mira I 64, dove elenca molte altre opere del dotto autore per il quale vedi anche: Salvo-Cozzo "Giunte al Mira" p. 192. Esemplare molto bello fresco e nitido. ex libris al dorso con monogramma in oro S.M. * Ceresoli 64, "Rara Opera".
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-26 07:42:06
1805. Nieuwe atlas, van de voornaamste gebouwen en gezigten der stad Amsterdam met derzelver beknopte beschrijvingen.Amsterdam: E. Maaskamp, [1805]. 2nd edition. Folio, unpaginated. Complete with a double-page engraved city plan and 102 double-page engraved views and cityscapes. Engravings by: Paul van Liender, Simon Fokke, Caspar Philips Jacobsz, H. Schoute. After: H.P. Schouten, Reinier Vinkeles, Jan de Beyer, & J. de Vlaaming.Contemporary half leather, spine gilt decorated and lettered.The second edition of the famous atlas of views of Amsterdam, in a single volume. The plates in this edition are reworked, but basically the same as the first edition. The plate which is titled "Het Werkhuis" in the first edition is now entitled: "'t Kweekschool voor de zeevaart". The image of this plate is a reworking of the image in the first edition, changing the exterior of the building in question but very little besides.Pierre Fouquet Jr. (1729-1800) was an artist and art dealer in Amsterdam.Cover condition: good: spine rubbed, a 4 cm. split to the tail of the spine, corners lightly worn, board edges and boards rubbed.Inside condition: very good: general age-related toning, occasional dampstain, light intermittent foxing throughout. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2020-01-25 22:41:23
Vittorio Alfieri
1805. Condition: Accettabile. Opere Opera completa in XXII volumi, mancante dell'editore ed avente come unico riferimento, al termine del vol. VIII, la dicitura Impresso in Pisa co' caratteri di Firmino Didot. Vol. I (miscellanea): Rime, edito nel 1805 e di 231 pag.; Rime inedite-Sonetti edito nel 1809 e di 79 pag. Vol. II: Del Principe e delle lettere edito nel 1806 e di 260pag. Vol. III: Della tirannide edito nel 1806 e di 191 pag. Vol. IV (miscellanea): L'America libera-Odi- edito nel 1805 e di 39 pag.; Panegirico di Plinio a Trajano edito nel 1805 e di 83 pag.; L'Etruria vendicata-Poemetto- edito nel 1805 e di 97 pag.; La virtù sconosciuta-Dialogo- edito nel 1805 e di 47 pag. Vol. V: C. Crispo Sallustio tradotto in italiano, edito nel 1808 e di 226 pag. Vol. VI (miscellanea): Satire, edito nel 1808 e di 120 pag; Abele-tramelogedia-del 1808 e di 92 pag.; Alceste-tragedia-del 1808 e di 86 pag. Vol. VII-VIII: Vita dell'autore scritta da esso, editi nel 1809 e rispettivamente di 240 e 256 pag. Vol. IX-X-XI-XII-XIII-XIV: Tragedie, tomo I-II-III-IV-V-VI-VI, editi nel 1807 e di LXLIV/244-337-283-241-233-321 pagine ciascuno. Vol. XV-XVI: Commedie, tomo I-II, del 1809 e rispettivamente di 219 e 232 pag. Vol. XVII: Il misogallo-Prose e rime- del 1806 e di 172 pag. Vol. XVIII-XIX: Commedie di Publio Terenzio tradotte da Vittorio Alfieri, tomo I-II, editi nel 1815 e di 275 e 263 pag. Vol. XX: Versioni dal greco di Vittorio Alfieri, edito nel 1815 e di 301 pag. Vol. XXI-XXII: L'Eneide di Virgilio tradotta da Vittorio Alfieri, del 1815 e rispettivamente di 255 e 280 pag. Mezza legatu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliotecadibabele.libri [Tarquinia (VT), IT]
2020-01-25 08:27:04
CARR (John)
Londres, Richard Philipps, 1805. in-4, xii-480-8 pp., avec 11 planches à l'aquatinte sur fond teinté, dont une vue double de Saint-Pétersbourg, demi-basane bouteille à coins, dos lisse muet (reliure de l'époque). Coins et coupes frottés. Edition originale de cette relation d'un périple en Scandinavie et Russie, dont la première traduction française ne parut qu'en 1808. Avocat, mais rendu incapable de plaider pour des raisons de santé, John Carr (1772-1832) passa son temps à voyager en Europe et à rendre compte de ses excursions dans des ouvrages dont le style facile et immédiat lui valut un succès durable. Graesse I, 54. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre [PARIS, France]
2020-01-25 05:54:29
Adye, Stephen Payne
1805. London, 1805. 7th ed.. London, 1805. 7th ed. The First Anglo-American Treatise on Courts-Martial Adye, S[tephen] Payne [d.1794]. A Treatise on Courts Martial. Also An Essay on Military Punishments and Rewards. London: Printed by T. Maiden for Vernor and Hood, [et al.], 1805. viii, 292 pp. 12mo. (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in morocco, lettering piece and gilt fillets to extremities, hinges mended. Light rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, faint illegible early owner signature to head of front board, moderate rubbing to board edges with some wear to corners, library bookplate and illegible later owner signature to front pastedown. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in a few places, libraray stamp to verso of title page with a bit of bleed-through to recto and light offsetting to facing leaf. $500. * Seventh Edition. First published in New York in 1769, this title is the first Anglo-American treatise on courts-martial (and the 1769 edition was one of the first law books printed in America). It was the standard guide used by the British and American forces during the Revolutionary War. The first part is a history of martial and military law and an overview of courts martial, courts of inquiry, appeals, the duties of the judge advocate, and the mode of trial. The second part discusses procedure, which is based, as much as possible, on procedure in common law. A standard treatise for many years, and an authority today, it went through eight editions, the final in 1810. Adye was Deputy Judge Advocate for the British Army in North America from 1769 to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [United States]
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2020-01-23 16:10:02
Gay de Vernon
Abraxas, 1805. Condition: Buone condizioni. Due volumi in-4 ( 20,5 x 26,2 copricapo e coppe consumate, mascella inferiore divisa per i copricapi del volume 2, bagnatura sul bordo delle tavole nel volume 1, altrimenti buone condizioni generali.
Bookseller: abraxas-libris [Paris, FR]
2020-01-23 11:49:02
Beaver, Captain Philip.
London: Printed for C. and R. Baldwin ... 1805. . 1st Ed. 4to. [viii] + xv + 500pp. Folding section, folding plan, folding map (repaired to verso). Signature DD2 silked, repair at gutter hinge to t.p., faint ink stamp to verso of t.p. and to one margin, light browning, rebound in modern calf backed marbled boards, gilt lettering to spine. Philip Beaver (1766–1813), naval officer. ODNB ‘... At the end of 1791 Beaver participated in a scheme for colonizing the island of Bulama, near Sierra Leone. He left England for Bulama on 14 April 1792, but the whole affair seems from the beginning to have been conducted without forethought or knowledge. The would-be settlers were, for the most part, idle and dissipated. Beaver found himself at sea in command of a vessel of 260 tons, with sixty-five men, twenty-four women, and thirty-one children, mostly seasick and all useless. When they landed, anything like discipline was unattainable. The party, assembled on shore, had no conception of law, hard work, or discipline. The directors lost heart and returned to England. The command devolved on Beaver, and for eighteen months he attempted to maintain the settlement, but most of the colonists died. The miserable survivors left in November 1793, and went to Sierra Leone, from where Beaver obtained a passage to England, and arrived at Plymouth on 17 May 1794. He published an account of his Bulama experiences [as the above] ...' US$930
Bookseller: Francis Edwards Bookshop [United Kingdom]
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2020-01-23 07:54:29
HAGER (Joseph),
P., Imprimerie Impériale 1805. in-4, (8)-XIV-(2)-188 pp., nombreuses illustrations dans le texte, plus 1 carte dépliante et 1 planche gravée, reliure pleine basane, dos lisse très orné de fers dorés, large encadrement sur les plats. Joseph Hager était professeur de Langues Orientales à l'Université de Pavie. Dédicace imprimée à sa Majesté Impériale Napoléon, Empereur des Français. Nombreux caractères chinois. Carte dépliante gravée de la Route de la soie. In fine, descriptions des 64 pièces de la collection impériale. Mors et coupes frottés, salissures et rousseurs par endroits. Très belle reliure du temps. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE L'OPIOMANE [Paris, France]
2020-01-22 04:48:04
BUSSON-DESCARS (Pierre)
1805. [4]-218 pp., 9 pl. depl. À Paris, chez Firmin Didot, de l'imprimerie de Delance, An XIV - 1805, in-8, [4]-218 pp, 9 pl. depl, broché, couverture d'attente de l'époque, étiquette de titre imprimée au dos, Première édition. Bien complet des 9 belles grandes planches gravées représentant les principaux instruments topographiques : niveaux à bulle d'air et à lunette de Chézy et de Lenoir, instruments pour les visées, mires, équerres, etc. Les descriptions des instruments sont accompagnées des méthodes de leur usage. Aux pages 177 et suivantes se trouve un "Vocabulaire explicatif de quelques expressions employées dans cet ouvrage". À l'article "Ingénieurs en instruments de mathématiques" l'auteur donne la liste et l'adresse des "fabricateurs" qui ont le plus de réputation et qu'il recommande plus spécialement : Baradelle, Meurand, Lenoir, Nébel, Férat, Charot, Bellet, Richer et Jecker. Pierre Busson-Descars (1764-1825) était ingénieur des Ponts et Chaussées. Son autre ouvrage, Traité du nivellement, publié chez Bodoni en 1813, est considéré comme l'un des chefs-d'oeuvre de ce fameux imprimeur. Bon exemplaire non rogné et intégralement non coupé, ayant conservé sa couverture d'origine de papier à la cuve brun. Mouillure en pied du second plat, ayant affecté la dernière planche ; notons une auréole pâle sur les premiers feuillets. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2020-01-21 13:18:34
1805. Sagar: Libro tascabile per Bagnanti Balneazione in Bassa austria 4 Incisioni La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Litografie di tartufo copia m. 12 v. Emil HütterSCHENK, Carl: libro in brossura per bagnanti di Baden in Bassa Austria. -La schematizzazione della città sovrana di Baden bei Wien in Bassa Austria e stranezze della zona circostante successiva. Vienna, Geistinger, 1805. piccolo 8, 6 BLL, 320 pp, 4 piastre di rame piegati; 98 pp. 12 litografie piegati. Nebehay Wagner 631; Collezione Eckl III/158 ("molto rara"); Wurzbach XXIX/201 ("Karl Schenk (1765-1830) dedicato ad uno studio inquietante le fonti Badner e pubblicato diverse opere su diesel ben, che ne dici del clima locale e condizioni ambientali di questo Curortes"); Oltre a una ricca storia la prima monografia descrive l'effetto di Baden Terme di Baden e bagni, capitolo a parte sono dedicati a anche le coincidenze di bagnanti e divertimenti, le incisioni mostrano Reginens da solo, il bagno di Johannis, Sauerhof, bagno acido e Castel Sant'Angelo difettosa di fonte presso la Schwechat e Josefsplatz con la Chiesa di nostra signora e il bagno di Joseph prima dell'incendio del 1812; Come la schematizzazione di solito causa la città di Baden è stata associata, ma fornita un tartufo in aggiunta copia dalla biblioteca di Emil Hallahan (ex-libris sul retro del titolo) con suo 12 primavera litografie con vista di Baden (Nebehay Wagner 977): Invece di fare il bagno (dopo Vischer, incluso come un frontespizio); Vista della città di Bade … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [Berlin, DE]
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