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        CHIRURGISCH - ANATOMISCHE ABBILDUNGEN  FÜR ÄRZTE UND  WUNDÄRZTE   - ICONES CHIRURGICO - ANATOMICAE IN USUM MEDICORUM ET CHIRURGORUM.  PARS PRIMA ( - PARS TERTIA)

      im Verlage des Landes-Industrie-Comptoirs 1805-1806-1807 Legatura coeva in mezza pelle con punte e carta decorata al dorso, autore e titolo in oro su tassello arancione, greche e fregi in oro agli scomparti. Al contropiatto anteriore, ex - libris noveventesco del Prof. Ekbach, nonché timbro di allocazione in una biblioteca. I parte: frontespizio con titolo e, al verso, timbro della VI - 58 pagine numerate (a pag. 44 sono state inserite 4 piccole pagine di altro testo biografico dell'autore), XIX tavole fuori testo incise al tratto o al tratteggio, numerate XIV perché alcune, quelle al tratto, con doppia numerazione, diverse tavole con acquarellature ai grossi vasi sanguigni o al sistema venoso e arterioso rappresentano l'anatomia cranio - facciale . II parte: VI pagine numerate compreso l frontespizio, 76 pagine numerate, XIX tavole fuori testo incise ed acquarellate nei vasi sanguigni e nel sistema venoso e arterioso, di cui 8 ripiegate a doppia pagina longitudinalmente rappresentano l'anatomia ascellare, il braccio e l'interno della cassa toracica. III Parte: Vi pagine numerate compreso il frontespizio, 68 pagine numerate, XXII tavole fuori testo, alcune parzialmente ripiegate, incise e prevalentemente acquarellate ai vasi sanguigni e al sistema venoso e arterioso rappresentano l'anatomia della zona pelvica e quella degli arti inferiori. In totale 60 tavole fuori testo. Prima edizione di un'opera rara, rigorosa scientificamente e di notevole imponenza tipografica per il bell'apparato figurativo. L'autore fu un celebre anatomista tedesco, in epoca giovanile appassionato di speologia tanto che diedero il suo nome a una grotta e all'ursus spelaeus. Come anatomista ebbe grande rilievo, di lui prendono il nome tre strutture anatomiche: La fossa di Rosenmüller o recesso naso - faringeo laterale, La ghiandola di Rosenmüller, la porzione palpebrale della ghiandola lacrimale, l'Organo di Rosenmüller o epooforon. Entrato all'Università di Lipsia nel 1786, ne ricevette il grado di Magister nel 1792. Successivamente studiò a Erlangen e nel 1794 fu nominato Prosector dell'istituto anatomico di Lipsia. Conseguì il dottorato nel 1797, e dal 1802 fino alla sua morte fu attivo come professore di anatomia e chirurgia. Dal 1804 al 1809 ha anche ricoperto la carica di Physicus all'università. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, alcune diffuse fioriture per quanto lievi, alcune carte lievemente ossidate, più marcatamente poche di esse, lievi abrasioni al dorso e al piatto posteriore della legatura. Complessivamente ancora un buon esemplare.

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        Principios de matemática de la Real Academia de San Fernando

      Madrid, Hija de D. Joaquín Ibarra, 1805-1797-1799 - 3 volúmenes en 8º mayor, pasta española con leves rozaduras, lomo cuajado, cortes tintados, rueda dorada en cantos. Tomo I: [2]+X+516 p, 21 láminas plegadas, 4ª edición; Tomo II: [2]+VI+[2]+464 p, 2+10 láminas plegadas, 3ª edición; Tomo III: [12]+509 p, 24 láminas plegadas, 3ª edición. Muy buen estado, salvo papel tostado en algunas hojas

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        Nieuwe Wassende Zeekaart vanHet Geheele Canaal, met alle daar aanbehoorende Kusten van Frankryk en Engeland.

      1805 - Amsterdam, 1805. Four sheets joined in pairs, both totalling 805 x 990mm. Laid on blue paper, as issued, some signs of wear. A pair of Dutch blue-back charts of the English Channel, showing Southern Ireland, the Scillys and Cornwall on the west sheet, and from Dartmouth east to Sheppey and London on the English side, and Morlais to Calais on the continent. Insets show details of Ramsgate, Cherbourg and Le Havre harbours. Along the bottom are longitude numerals marked off from both Greenwich and Tenerife. Originally published a few years earlier, this example has a pasted label with the 1805 date. At the time the Dutch were allies of the French: the following year Louis Bonaparte was made king of Holland. Van Keulen credits Cassini, Thomas Jefferys and John Hamilton Moore.

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        Taylor & Skinner's Survey of the Roads of Scotland on an Improved Plan: To which is Prefixed an Accurate Map of Scotland

      Edinburgh Thos. Brown [1805]. Worn condition. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Foxing and some soiling within. One panel missing from fold-out plate Reprint Green hardback leather cover 180mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). 186pp. 178 plates on 89 sheets.

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        A History of British Birds. The Figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick. Vol. I containing the history and description of land birds. Vol. II containing the History and description of water birds.

      Edward Walker, Newcastle 1805 - 2 vols. 330+ woodcut illustrations. Half calf and marbled boards, spines rubbed and front hinges split but bindings still firm. . Inscription on pastedown and handwritten notes pasted loosely to flyleaf. Very good internally. 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An account of the island of Ceylon, containing its history, geography, natural history, with the manners and customs of its various inhabitants; to which is added, the journal of an embassy to the court of Candy. Second edition: With an appendix; containing some particulars of the recent hostilities with the King of Candy.

      London, printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, 1805.4to. Contemporary half calf (hinges weak but holding), spine gilt with red morocco title-label. With engraved frontispiece, engraved folding map by A. Arrowsmith, 3 engraved folding charts (harbors of Trincomalay and Columbo and pearl fishery grounds) and 4 engraved plates. XII,446,(2) pp.* Second and best edition; first edition London 1803. - Excellent account of Ceylon to which in this second edition not only an appendix was added but also an index and the plates. - The British succeeded the Dutch in Ceylon in 1796, Captain Robert Percival arrived with the British forces in 1797 and spent three years in Sri Lanka. He was, as he writes, 'induced by curiosity' because 'the accounts hitherto published of this island had been extremely imperfect; as the watchful jealousy of the Dutch both excluded the researches of strangers, and prevented their own people from publishing any observations.. '. He had a pronounced hatred of the cruelty of Dutch rule. In 1800 he joined General Macdowal's embassy to the court of Candy and gives a valuable report of this happening. In his description of pearl fishery he brings to life the extravaganza, the customs and superstitions of the fisherman and the dangers of the deep. Among the plates i.a. a view on the fort of Batacolo, elephant hunting, and the Cinnamon gardens near Columbo. - A fine copy.Goonetileke 35a (mentions erroneously 4 instead of 3 charts).

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        A Short Account of the Cause of the Disease in Corn , called by the Farmers the Blight, the Mildew, and the Rust [in] Practical Observations on the British Grasses

      Printed for H.D. Symonds and Curtis, London 1805 - Octavo, six engraved plates in the first work, and one folding engraved plate by Bauer in the second work; some spotting and embrowning, but a good copy in contemporary half calf (restored). Banks on disease in corn. One of remarkably few works by Joseph Banks to have appeared in print. Despite his general pre-eminence in scientific and enlightenment London, and despite having been one of the most prolific correspondents known, Banks was remarkably shy of print and hardly anything was published over his name. He had a particular interest in agricultural crops. He became alerted to the increasing problem of blight in wheat and corn in 1804 and, in the face of a devastating drop in the harvest that year, worked with Franz Bauer (Ferdinand Bauer's elder brother) in examining and recording specimens in an attempt to discover the means by which the disease was transmitted. "Blight" or "rust" in wheat and corn was a problem for farmers both in England and abroad, including Australia: 'The climate of the British Isles is not the only one that is liable to the Blight in Corn? Specimens received from the Colony of New South Wales shew that considerable mischief was done to the wheat crop there in the year 1803 by a parasitic plant, very similar to the English one' (p. 19). Banks' treatise, which was 'intended to 'awake the energies of reason' among farmers and agriculturalists willing and able to study the day-to-day progress of their crops' (Carter, Sir Joseph Banks, p. 405), was issued in various forms, both separately and, as here, as a supplement to other works. Issued here with a separate title-page, it forms an adjunct to Curtis' Practical Observations on the British Grasses. This is the third edition of Curtis' work, but the first to include Banks' treatise. The folding plate comprises eight figures after original drawings by Bauer, which were among the first he had achieved with the aid of a microscope.

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        A Short Account of the Cause of the Disease in Corn.

      printed for J. Harding, London 1805 - Octavo, 32 pp. including the half-title, with a folding plate; some waterstaining in lower part of most pages, mostly marginal, otherwise a good copy with the half-title in "Mackaness" morocco, with the Mackaness bookplate. Sir Joseph Banks in print. One of remarkably few works published by Banks, but an apt demonstration of his wide range of scientific interest. The problems of blight in wheat and corn were a considerable problem for farmers both in England and abroad, including Australia: 'The climate of the British Isles is not the only one that is liable to the Blight in Corn? Specimens received from the Colony of New South Wales shew that considerable mischief was done to the wheat crop there in the year 1803 by a parasitic plant, very similar to the English one' (p.19). Banks wrote this as a supplement for the fourth edition of Curtis's Practical Observations on the British Grasses, 1805, where it appeared with a separate title-page; however that printing, which has a different imprint, ran to only 14 pp. Carter (Sir Joseph Banks? guide to biographical and bibliographical sources, p. 172) identifies a separate printing like ours, but it has a different publisher (Bulmer). Ferguson notes the Curtis edition (399a) but does not record any separate publication. The folding plate comprises eight figures, all based on original drawings by Francis Bauer, Ferdinand Bauer's elder brother.

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        Quindici

      Edinburgh - Ballantyne, 1805. Edinburgh - Ballantyne, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of tragic plays by the 'founder of Italian tragedy', Vittorio Alfieri. In Italian, with an introduction in English. Containing Filippo, Polinice, Antigone, Timoleone and Saul. Volume I of a three-volume set only. Condition: In a half-calf binding. Externally sound, though with some dampstaining to the boards and some light rubbing. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some tidemarks to the endpapers, and the occasional patch of foxing. Overall: GOOD..

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        Lettres de Madame la Duchesse du Maine et de Madame la Marquise de Simiane

      Paris - Leopold Collin, 1805. Paris - Leopold Collin, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce publication of the correspondence between Louise Benedicte de Bourbon and Marquise de Simiane in a decorative contemporary calf binding. In the original French. With the armorial bookplate of H. Remsen Whitehouse to the front pastedown. Anne Louise Benedicte de Bourbon 1676 1753, was the daughter of Henri Jules de Bourbon, prince de Conde and Anne Henriette of Bavaria. As a member of the reigning House of Bourbon, she was a princesse du sang. Pauline de Simiane, Marquise de Simiane, 1676 - 1737, was the grandaughter of famous French aristocrat,Marquise de Sevigne. Condition: In a full contemporary calf binding. Externally, rubbed, wth slight loss to the top of the spine and the corners. The joints are juststarting. Internally, firmly bound, with lightbackground foxing. There is evidence of a littlepast worming to the inner marginfrom pages 150 to 275, a little more prominent from pages 225to 265, but never affecting the text. Overall: GOOD..

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        A Tour in America in 1798, 1799, and 1800. Exhibiting Sketches of Society and Manners, and a Particular Account of the American System of Agriculture With its Recent Improvements

      London: J. Harding, 1805. London: J. Harding, 1805. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Contemporary 1/4 calf over marbled boards, hinges split, front board detached cleanly on volume 1 and endpaper loose, spines dry and cracked, hinge cracked on vol 2. Internally unmarked. 739pp, last few leaves creased in volume 1. Old armorial bookplates of the Winmarleighs. Howes 96, Sabin 58786 "Parkinson was an English agriculturist who came to America recommended by Sir John Sinclair to superintend the farms of General Washington respecting whom the book abounds in curious details that seem to have been generally overlooked by his biographers".& & Parkinson was also the author of The Experienced Farmer's Tour in America (1799). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz. Category: Farming & Rural Life; Inventory No: 037829.

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        Rhymes on ArtOr The Remonstrance of a Painter in Two Parts

      London -John Murray, 1805. London -John Murray, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A two part rhythmical collection of poetry surrounding art and the remonstrance. Second edition, published the same year as the first. Featuring an extended introductory preface, and notes on the strictures on the state of the arts, criticism, patronage, and public taste. R. Beckley booksellers label to the front pastedown. Condition: Bound in a speckled calf binding with gilt design to the spine. Externally, sound with only light rubbing to the spine and extremities. Front hinge is slightly strained but firm. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The present state of Peru: comprising its geography, topography, natural history, mineralogy, commerce, the customs and manners of its inhabitants, the state of literature, philosophy, and the arts, the modern travels of the missionaries in the heretofore unexplored mountainous territories, etc. The whole drawn from original and authentic documents, chiefly written and compiled in the Peruvian capital.

      London, Richard Phillips, 1805.4to. Contemporary tree calf (one hinge sl. damaged but firmly holding). With 20 handcoloured stipple-engravings. XIV,488 pp.* First edition. - Skinner translated portions of El Mercurio Peruano, published between 1791-1795, for this detailed overview of Peru, illustrated with twenty beautifully coloured plates depicting the costume of various segments of Peruvian society, including upper-class ladies, female domestics in Spanish dress, Indian men and women, a bullfighter, etc. The Appendix contains two interesting accounts: History of the missions of Caxamarquilla, with the origin and loss of those of Manoa, intended as an introduction to the recent travels of fathers SOBREVIELA and GIRBAL, in the remote parts of Peru. The second account: Interesting notices relative to the entrances made by the monks of the order of St. Francis, into the mountainous territories of Peru, from each of the parts bordering on the Cordillera of the Andes, communicated to the academical society of Lima by father SOBREVIELA, guardian of the college of Santa Rosa of Ocopa. 'An extensive illustrated reference work on Peru' (Von Hünersdorff II, p.1384). - Some foxing otherwise fine.Abbey, Travel, 723; Lipperheide I, p.389; Colas 2751; Hiler p.802; Sabin 81615; Palau 315564.

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        Traité pratique et théorique des mines

      Magimel,Levrault, Schoell et Cie 1805 - In-8 (21x26 cm), relié demi-veau à coins, pièces de titre et d'auteur au dos lisse, (X)-290 pages, 15 planches dépliantes hors-texte in-fine, ex-libris ; coiffes frottées, coiffe supérieure frottée et déchirée, mors supérieure fendu à la coiffe supérieure, petits trous au mors supérieur, une étiquette au dos, coins et coupes frottés, rousseurs à l'intérieur, en l'état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TOM THUMB'S EXHIBITION. Being an account of Many valuable and surprising curiosities Which he has collected In the Course of his Travels: For the instruction and amusement of the British Youth.

      62 pages. Illustrated with 20 woodcuts within the text. Original Dutch floral wrappers. First and last leaves pasted to covers as issued. First Harris edition. Contemporary inscription to front verso of front cover; a little dog-eared and worn; some fore-edges have paper loss but without loss to text; else a very good copy of a rare printing. Moon 887(1) recording only one copy in a private collection. First published by Newbery in 1774.

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        THE COMIC ADVENTURES OF OLD MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG.

      16 leaves, each printed on one side only. Engraved and etched throughout. Illustrated with 15 illustrations; the first on title, the second beneath six lines of verse, the remainder each beneath four lines of verse. Lacks original wrappers. First edition. First issue, with 'S.C.M. 1804' on the coffin, and chair retained in the 'Hosier' plate. Watermark indecipherable. A very good copy. Moon 559[1]., claims, 'this is probably the most significant children's book JH ever published. Bound with: [MARTIN, Sarah Catharine.]A CONTINUATION OF THE COMIC ADVENTURES OF OLD MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG. By S. C.M. J. Harris. 1806. 16 engraved leaves, printed on one side only. Frontispiece, title, and 14 engraved illustrations with verse above. First edition. Watermark 180?. Moon 561 [1]. Bound with: A SEQUEL TO THE COMIC ADVENTURES OF OLD MOTHER HUBBARD, AND HER DOG. By another hand.J. Harris 1806. 14 engraved unnumbered leaves, including title and dedication leaf, printed on one side of the paper only; 12 engraved illustrations with verse above. First edition. One gutter strengthened with tape, and one other small tape repair. Moon 562[1].All three lack their original wrappers and have been bound together in their different sizes since the 19th century. Recently rebound in quarter red sheep gilt over marbled boards with vellum tips. The first title is exceptionally rare; the other very scarce.

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        GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.

      Complete in four parts: The Voyage to Lilliput; The Voyage to Brobdingnag; The Voyage to Laputa; A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnms; each with its own title-page and three hand-coloured engravings, making a total of twelve plates. Original publisher's quarter red roan over marbled boards. First edition thus. Slight wear at head of spine; juvenile names and scribble on endpapers; bookplate. Else, a near fine copy of a very scarce title, rarely found complete. The four parts were also issued individually. See Moon 162.

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        Opere di Vittorio Alfieri. Tom. I-XVI. 16 delen.

      Italia (Pisa) z.u. 1805-1809. Gegraveerd portret in deel 7. Halfleer. *banden hier en daar beschadigd; boekblokken licht roestvlekkig; delen 3-8 papier lichte waterschade; voorplat deel 8 onderaan beschadigd; deel 9 achterplat onderaan beschadigd en papier door boek heen onderaan watervlekkig; deels onopengesneden*Het complete werk verscheen in 22 delen en werd uitgegegeven tussen 1805-1815. 'Belle édit, tirée`250 exemplaires (...)'. Brunet, 1, 19242. 'Vittorio Alfieri, Italiaans dramaturg, prozaïst en dichter, Asti 16-1-1749 - Florence 8-10-1803. Verliet in 1766 (...) vol afkeer de militaire academie te Turijn en bezocht tot 1772 vele Europese landen. In 1777 vestigde hij weer te Turijn. Een teleurstellende liefdesverhouding en enige Frans-georienteerde literaire activiteit (...) vormden de inleiding tot wat hij zelf zijn 'bekering' van 1775 heeft genoemd. Alfieri begon de klassieken en de grote Italiaanse dichters te lezen (...). Teneinde zich het Italiaans volkomen meester te maken, vestigde de dichter zich in Toscane, waar hij in 1777 te Florence kennismaakte met Louise Stolberg, gravin van Albany en echtgenote van de Engelse kroonpretendent Karel Eduard Stuart. Zij werd Alfieri's grote en inspirerende liefde (...). (...) Nadat van 1783 tot 1785 tien van zijn veertien tot dan toe geschreven treurspelen te Siena waren verschenen, vestigde Alfieri zicht te Colmar en later te Parijs. Daar verscheen van 1787 tot 1789 de verzameluitgave van zijn sedert 1776 voltooide treurspelen (...). Alfieri stierf in 1803'. Moderne encyclopedie der wereldliteratuur, 1, pp. 77-80. Deel 1: Rime, Deel 2: Il principe e le lettere, Deel 3: Della tirannibe, Deel 4: Panegirico di Plinio a Trajano, Deel 5: C. Crispo Sallustio tradotto in italiano, Deel 6: Satire, Abele, Alceste, Delen 7 t/m 8: Vita dell'autore, Delen 9 t/m14: Tragedie, Delen 15 t/m 16: Commedie

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        Bericht von einer Reise nach Neu-Süd-Wallis um zu Port-Philipp in der Bass's Strasse eine Kolonie anzulegen. Gethan in dem Schiffe Kalkutta in den Jahren 1802, 1803 und 1804.

      Landes-Industrie-Comptoir, Weimar 1805 - vi, 136; 286 pages. Nice copy with an attractive recent leather spine. Lettering of the spine title matches the older style German lettering of the text. Important early account for the early European history of Victoria and Tasmania. This volume was published in the "Bibliothek der neuesten und wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen" and contains an extensive index of 286 pages about the first 24 volumes of this series. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Right Honourable Francis Rawdon Hastings, Earl of Moira, Commander of His Majesty's Forces in Scotland

      - London: 1 May 1805. Mezzotint portrait engraved by Clint after Shee. Engraved area (including lettering): 28 x 18 inches. Sheet size: 29 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches. (Minor foxing, light mat burn, minor repair in the upper margin along the platemark). Scarce portrait of a noted British officer who served with distinction in the American Revolution. Francis Edward Rawdon-Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings (1754-1826), Irish-British politician and military officer, served in the American Revolution, seeing action at Lexington and Concord and Bunker Hill. At the latter battle, he is said to have killed the American General Warren himself, and is depicted in John Trumbull's famous painting The Death of General Warren. His service continued in America throughout the war, as aide-de-camp to General Howe, and with significant command in the southern campaign. He would later serve as the Governor General of India from 1813-1823. In this scarce full-length portrait, Lord Rawdon is standing facing front but looking away to the left, with his right hand extended holding a scroll, his left hand holding a sheathed sword just below the hilt. Wearing a military uniform with two buttons fastened across the chest, the background is an interior with table littered in papers, scroll, books, and a plumed hat behind to right; a classical façade with columns and Greco-Roman military statues in niches in the background to left. First state, marked "first fifty" in the lower left. A second edition would be published with new lettering in 1813. Scarce. Not in Chaloner Smith.

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        The Dictionary of Merchandize and Nomenclature in all Languages

      London - T. Boosey, 1805. London - T. Boosey, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A rare referential text created for the use of counting houses. Second edition. Containing the history, places of growth, culture, use, and marks of excellency , of such natural productions as form articles of commerce; with their names in all european languages. Condition: Re-bound ina half crushed morocco binding with marbled boards. Externally, generally smart, with only very light rubbing to the spine. Internally, firmly bound, with slightly age toned leaves, and the occasional spot and handling mark. Tide marks to title page. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        Charte von America.

      Augsburg, Walch 1805.. Altkol. Kupferstich. Gr. ca. 51 x 60 cm. -Etw. knickf., gering fl..

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        Chemisch-technologische Grundsätze der gesammten Ledergerberey; . zur rationellen Kenntniß und Ausübung der Lohgerberey, der Corduan- und Saffiangerberey, der Juftengerberey, der Weiß- und Sämischgerberey, und der Pergamentfabrik. 2 Bde. (in 1).

      Realschulbuchhandlung, Berlin 1805 - 1805 und 1807. Halbleder der Zeit mit Resten von Rückenvergoldung, Buntpapierbezug und dreiseitigem Rotschnitt, XIX, 314, X, 229 S., Tafeln. Mit drei gefalteten Kupfertafeln im Anhang. Ferchl 230. Poggendorff I, 1082. - Rückenleder brüchig, mit Brandspuren (?), war wohl halb abgelöst und wurde neu verleimt, mit Rissen in den Gelenken und kleinen Fehlstellen. Vorderes Innengelenk angebrochen, ansonsten noch gut erhalten. Innen sauber, mit zwei schmalen Stempeln am unteren Rand des Titels von Teil 1. Tafeln gut, teils mit kleinen Randschäden oder Knickspuren, geringfügig fleckig. 700 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Rede Alexanders I. Kaisers aller Reussen bey seiner Zurückkunft aus Deutschland, gehalten im geheimen Staatsrath den 22. Dezember 1805".

      O. O., um 1805.. Hs. d. Zt. 3½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Folio.. "Die Freude, mit der Sie meine Herrn mich bey meiner Rückkunft bewillkom[m]ten, war mir ein Beweiß [!] Ihrer erfüllten Pflichten, Mein Dank, und der des ganzen Landes sey Ihr Dank dafür. Welch eine unändliche [!] Reise von geräuschvollen Begebenheiten haben sich während dieses Zeitraumes meiner Abwesenheit auf einander gedrängt [...] Die politische Lage Rußlands, so wie die des ganzen Europas droht sich durch die leidige Krisis Teutoniens zu ändern. Schon ist Oesterreich außer Stand gesetzt, den Platz, welcher ihm eigenthümlich gebührte[,] auszufüllen, schon ist es traurig genug dahingekommen, daß dieses Haus jede Demüthigung, die ihr [!] der Feind zufügen will, sich gefallen lassen muß, seine Vormauern sind in den Händen des Feindes, schwerlich wird es selbe zurückerhalten [...]". Nach einer kurzen Ausführung über Österreichs Verhältnis zu Deutschland und Deutschlands zu Rußland führt der Zar Näheres über Rußland aus: "Wir aber wissen, daß in diesem Raume [d. i. Rußland] 40 Millionen Menschen wohnen, und daß jährlich 1½ Millionen mehr geboren werden als sterben. Wir dürfen aber nicht allein die Menschen nach ihrer Anzahl, sondern vielmehr nach den physisch-moralischen Kräften [...] betrachten. Und welch ein Uibergewicht zeigt sich nicht hier über Europa. Versunken in Sorglosigkeit sehen wir jetzt beinahe die ganze Welt in Ketten schmachten, die sie sich selbst angelegt hat, Luxus heißt die Kette, die zwar eine Art schimmernder Kenntnüße [?!] in Ihrem Gefolge hat, die aber Krebsartig um sich greift, Reiche stürtzet, Natzionen begräbt [...]".

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        Memoria sobre las disposiciones tomadas por el gobierno para introducir en España el método de fumigar y PURIFICAR LA ATMOSFERA de Guiton de Morveaou. Experimentos hechos con este motivo, y algunas otras noticias que prueban el poder desinfectante. de los ácidos minerales, y las oportunas providencias que ha dado el Excmo. Señor Generalisimo Principe de la Paz, con el fin de evitar los progresos del contagio de la fiebre amarilla, y su reproduccion.

      Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1805 - -16 x 22 cm.- , 234 págs. + 2 láms. y 9 láminas desplegables de gran tamaño. Enc. en pergamino. (Bien impreso sobe buen papel. IMPECABLE.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mundi et Cordis: De Rebus Sempiternis et Temporariis: Carmina. Poems and Sonnets

      John Miller. John Miller. First edition.. Edges rubbed; boards a little soiled; remains of the original paper label on the spine; very good copy.. NCBEL III, 558; Miles, Poets and Poetry of the Century, vol. 3. 8vo, original drab boards rebacked with closely matching paper, untrimmed. The most important work by the dramatist turned poet turned journalist, Thomas Wade (1805-1875), whose poetry shows the strong influence of Shelley. See the DNB online and Buxton-Forman's brief biography in Miles. All of Wade's published works are scarce.

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        Markgrafthum Maehren samt österreich: Schlesien nach den neuesten astronom: und anderen Berechnungen.

      Wien, Mollo, 1805.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte von F. Reisser, Bildausschnitt 52 x 75 cm, Blattgr. 53,5 x 77 cm.. Dörflinger, Österreichische Karten des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts, Mol 13/15; aus dem nur fragmentarisch erschienenen "Neuester und allgemeiner Atlas über alle Teile der Erde für die Jugend in höheren und niedern Schulen"; dekorative großformatige Karte von Mähren und Österreichisch Schlesien mit Titelkartusche oben links und Legende unten rechts; mehrfach gefaltet, teils mit Leinen doubliert, etwas knittrig, selten!

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        "Aussicht des Chfl: Schulhaus zu S.: Emmeram bey Oberföhring nächst München". Hübsche Ansicht der Schule, links im Hintergrund die Silhouette von München.

      . Kol. Kupferstich, (1805), 21 x 29,5 cm.. Slg. Proebst 869 (anderer Bildtitel); Abb. in "München im Wandel der Jahrhunderte" S. 129. - Sehr seltene Ansicht der Klause von St. Emmeram bei Oberföhring (mit einer von Einsiedlern geleiteten Schule). Links am Bildrand die Bogenhausener St. Georgskirche, rechts oben in den Wolken der heilige Emmeram. - In den Rändern minimal fleckig.

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        "Effigies S. Mariae Lauretanae". Die Muttergottes in einer Nische unter einem gesiegelten schwarzen Schleier, seitlich die Lauretanische Litanei, in gesondert gedruckter, reicher barocker Umrahmung, unten Kartusche mit gedruckter Bestätigung der Berührungen, eigenhändig gez. vom Custode "Giovanni Asdrubale".

      . Zweifarbiger Kupferstich, von zwei Platten in Rötel bzw. Grün gedruckt, bei Fed. Sartorij, Loreto, dat. 8.1. 1805, 20 x 15,5 bzw. 52 x 38 cm.. Der Custode bestätigt, daß der Schleier am Gründonnerstag und Karfreitag von der Marienstatue getragen und dann an den heiligen Mauern und der heiligen Schüssel in der "Sancta Casa" angerührt wurde. Der Schleier ist auf der Darstellung oben befestigt mit einem papiergedeckten Siegel. Dieses zeigt das heilige Haus von Nazareth, auf dem Dach sitzend Maria mit dem Kinde. - Quer- und Längsfalte, wenige Altersspuren, in der Umrahmung ein Tintenfleck.

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (in 3 vols. cpl./ 3 Bände KOMPLETT),

      J. & J. Scrymgeour/ Mundell & Son, and Arch. Constable & Co.; 1805 - je Band ca. 400 Seiten/ each vol. about 400 pages; Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Halbleder; KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ENGLISCH! Sprache: en Gewicht in Gramm: 1800 A new edition comprehending: A life of the author, and a view of the doctrine of Smith, compared with that of the French Economists; [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Das neue Münzgebäude in Berlin". Reich staffagierte Ansicht.

      . Kupferstich von P. Haas nach Franz Ludwig Catel bei G. Weiss, Berlin, um 1805, 17 x 26,5 cm.. Ernst, Bd. 1, S. 215. - Franz Ludwig Catel wurde 1778 in Berlin geboren. Er starb 1856 in Rom. Er schuf eine Folge von 6 Berliner Ansichten, die im Verlag von G. Weiss erschienen. - Seltene Ansicht in einem breitrandigen Exemplar.

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        Necrology:

      London - Lackington, Allen, and Co., 1805. London - Lackington, Allen, and Co., 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A second edition of the scarce1805 Necrology, biographies of eminent and extraordinary characters. Bound in half leather and marbled paper-covered boards, with gilt lettering. Scarce. Second Edition, with a Copious Index, and a Chronological and Alphabetical Table. With the armorial nameplates of Robert Washington Oates, Edward Oates, and William Edward Oates, on the front endpapers. This edition of Necrology includes biographies of such figures, amongst others,John Dryden, Mary Wollstonecraft, Lord Jeffery Amherst, Edmund Burke, Catharine II, and the Abbe de Barthelemy. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is some mild wear to the extremities, including some mild bumping and rubbing. Internally the pages have some slight browning, with the occasional spotting most prominent to the first and last few pages. There are 'Bibliotheca Oatesiana' institutional ink stamps on the title page and the ninth page of the unpaginated index, and a blindstamp on the titlepage. Overall the condition is very good..

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        The Synonymous Etymological and Pronouncing English Dictionary

      London - John Walker; Cuthell and Martin; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, et al, 1805. London - John Walker; Cuthell and Martin; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, et al, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce English dictionary by William Perry from the works of Samuel Johnson. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and decoration. The complete title for this work is: The Synonymous, Etymological and Pronouncing English Dictionary; in which the words are deduced from their originals, Their Part of Speech distinguished, their Pronunciation pointed out, and their Syonyma collected, which are occasionally illustrated in their different significations, by examples from the best writers; Extracted from the Labours of the late Dr. Samuel Johnson; Being an attempt to Synonymise his Folio Dictionary of the EnglishLanguage. To which is prefixedan English Grammar. With a small nameplate and ink inscription to the front free-endpaper, stating Benjamin Haynes, formerly of Coventry. Citizen of the United States of America 1863 - 1885. The address on the nameplate is Paterson, N. J. With articles from newspapers, journals, et al, relating to various political and social matters, including The National Begging Scheme, and Radicalism, Socialism and or Revolution stuck to the free-endpapers and blanks. Little is known about the author, William Perry. Condition: The textblock binding is generally tight and firm. The front board is detached, and the rear hinge is starting. The rear inner hinge is slightly strained. There is wear to the extremities, including rubbing and edge wear with marks and slight loss. The spine is splitbetween the pages Fon-Foo/Fop-For. Internally the pages have some browning and foxing. There is a smallclosed tear to the title page. Overall the condition is fair with a good interior..

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        A HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS (2 VOLS)

      , 1805. 1805. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Bewick, Thomas. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Two volumes, full leather covers (maroon), raised bands, gilt titles on black title labels. Newcastle, printed by Edward Walker for R.E. Bewick; sold by him and Longman and Rees, London; and all booksellers. Vol I Land Birds; Vol II Water Birds. Wood engravings by Bewick. Some chipping to spines and cover edges. Scuffing to covers. Bookplates to front pastedowns. Names and dates in ink to prelims. Some foxing and damp marks. Old newspaper cutting stuck to front pastedown of one volume. [S]

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        Harvest-Home consisting of Supplementary Gleanings; Original Dramas and Poems, Contributions of Literary Friends and Select Re-publications Including Sympathy, a Poem

      London - Richard Phillips, 1805. London - Richard Phillips, 1805 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Harvest-Home consisting of Supplementary Gleanings; Original Dramas and Poems , Contributions of Literary Friends and Select Re-publications including Sympathy, a Poem by Mr. Pratt with a portrait to frontispiece to volume one. Revised, corrected and enlarge from the eighth edition. In three volumes complete. With a dedication to the Prince of Wales to front of volume one. Samuel Jackson Pratt (1749 - 1814) was a prolific English poet, dramatist and novelist, writing under the pseudonym of Courtney Melmoth as well as under his own name. He authored around forty publications between 1770 and 1810, some of which are still published today, and is probably best remembered as the author of Emma Corbett: or the Miseries of Civil War, (1780) and the poem Sympathy (1788). Although his reputation was tainted by scandal during his lifetime, he is today recognised as an early campaigner for Animal Rights and the first English writer to treat the American Revolution as a legitimate subject for literature. Condition: In half calf bindings with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally sound but with some wear to extremities, rubbing and marks to boards and institutional lettering to spines. One board detached, one almost detached, one held by cords only, three starting with loss to some backstrips. Internally, text block generally firmly bound but with first few pages to volume one detached due to joint. Institutional bookplates and ink annotations to front endpapers andblindstamps to pages. Bright but with slight scattered foxing and the odd slight ink annotation. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Prinz Heinrich von Preussen. Kritische Geschichte seiner Feldzüge. Von dem Verfasser des Geistes des neuern Kriegssystems. Zwei Theile in einem Band. 2 Kupfer, 1 Aquatinta und eine Karte.

      Berlin, Himburgische Buchhandlung, 1805. Erstausgabe.. O-Halbledereinband mit Lederrückenschild und Aufdruck auf Deckel "Bibliothek des Regiments Prinz Johann", Einband berieben. Rücken, Ecken und Kanten beschabt. Deckel gering fleckig, Seiten sauber, Marmorpapiervorsätze. Erster Theil: 238 Seiten mit Frontispiz "Heinrich" gestochen von A. Graft und Fr. Bolt 1803. Titelblatt mit Stempel im Rand "Bibliothek des 2. K. S. Husarenregt.N.19". Zweiter Theil: Seite 239-436 mit Frontispiz (Pyramide im Wald) Aquatinta fec. A. Clar, Kupfertafel mit Obelisk L. Serrurier sculpt., sowie eine Faltkarte "Plan von der Schlacht bey Freiberg d: 29. Oct: 1762" C. C. Glassbach sen: sc:, 8°..

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        Vaterländische Reisen., Erster Theil. Fußreise durch Sachsen und dessen romantische Schweizergegenden; einen Theil der Anhaltschen, Brandenburg und Braunschweigschen Lande, nach Hannover; im Sommer 1804.

      Bremen, bei Carl Seyffert in Comm., 1805 - 287 S. Zustand: Oberes Kapital beschädigt, Außengelenke im oberen Teil angeplatzt. Beriebenes Exemplar, am Rücken stark. - Geschenk - Geschenkidee ? Wir wünschen allen Bücherfreunden sommerliche u. entspannte Lesestunden! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 300 17x11cm, Halblederband auf vier Bünden.

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        ARTE DA LOUÇA VIDRADA,

      - EXTRAHIDA DO TOMO II A FOLHAS 578. DA ENCICLOPEDIA METHODICA. TRADUZIDO DO FRANCEZ POR ANTONIO VELLOSO XAVIER. LISBOA NA IMPRENSA REGIA. ANNO DCCC V. [1805]. In 8º (de 17x11 cm) com 161 pags. Encadernação da época com lombada em pele e pastas em papel decorativo. Corte das folhas "carminado" a verde. Ilustrado com 10 gravuras desdobráveis abertas em chapa de metal, contendo as seguintes perspectivas: 1ª o exterior dos edifícios de uma fábrica de louça vidrada e as suas obras (produtos); 2ª o interior do edifício de uma fábrica de louça vidrada e as suas obras (produtos); 3ª a louça vidrada, e os utensílios para moer e passar o barro; 4ª a louça vidrada e os utensílios, moldes, bancadas e fornos; 5ª a louça vidrada e os seus utensílios e moldes; 6ª os instrumentos, caixas e arranjos para a cozedura; 7ª as plantas e alturas dos fornos e seus utensílios; 8º idem, as plantas e alturas dos fornos e seus utensílios; 9ª a fábrica de louça que trabalha a pasta à mão e com uma prensa accionada por cavalos; e 10ª vários instrumentos para trabalhar a louça vidrada. Obra de grande raridade. Inocêncio I, 286: ?Antonio Velloso Xavier, de cujas circunstancias pessoais não tenho conhecimento algum. Arte da louça vidrada, traduzida do francez. Extrahida do tomo 2.º da Encyclopedia Methodica. Lisboa, na Imp. Regia 1805. 8º com 10 estampas? The first section is a translation of the article Fayencerie in v. 2 of Arts et me?tiers me?caniques with some of plates from v. 2 Recueil de planches. "Memoria sobre os utensilios da arte de vidrar, ou, Alfahareria, extrahida de Mr. Fourmy"P. 105-156. Location/localizacao: 5-3-E-6

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        DESCRIPTIVE EXCURSIONS THROUGH SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE

      Published by Rivingtons, 1805. Published by Rivingtons, 1805. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. 2 volumes. Three-quarter brown leather binding. 31 b/w plates. Marbled boards. Book: all plates present, book plate to front pastedown. Very slight scuff to base of spine of Vol II. A few scattered foxspots to contents. [S]

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        Descriptive Excursions Through South Wales and Monmouthshire in the Year 1804 (2 Vols Complete)

      London: E Donovan, 1805. London: E Donovan, 1805 And the Four Preceding Summers. Embellished with 31 plates of Views, Antiquities, etc In two Volumes. Both volumes uniformly bound in full brown leather, attractive blind tooling at edges, corners and edges bumped and worn slightly. Spines have been relaid, keeping the old, raised bands, attractive gilt tooling, title in gilt to green leather label. Internally, marbled endpapers, hinges strengthened, both volumes have the book plate of John Arden and a book label of Coleg Harlech to the fpds, bookplate of Henry Spurr to verso ffeps, all plates are B&W. Volume 1, frontis with some very light offsetting to title page, (xxvii), [1], 404 pp, 19 pl, margin corner torn at p147/8. Volume 2, (ix), [1], 396 pp, 11/12 pl, printed by Bye & Law, St John's Square, Clerkenwell, lacks the Ty Gwyn plate only (xxix). Some very light sporadic spotting to both as is normal. Becoming uncommon! (Abbey 518. Graesse 426. Brunet 816. Allibone 513)Donovan, natural historian and artist, whose interest in natural history started with the collecting of shells and preservation of insects, probably before 1788. He was a prolific author and skilled artist who etched and engraved the plates for all his works. He became a fellow of the Linnean Society. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        The Romantic and Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales

      London: Robert Bowyer, 1805. London: Robert Bowyer, 1805 From drawings made expressly for this undertaking by PJ de Loutherbourg. With Historical and descriptive accounts of the several places of which views are given. Engraved by William Pickett and coloured by John Clark. Second edition, with Branch frontis, plates with imprints and signatures removed, text block edges in gilt, 36 leaves, 2 title pages and 2 leaves of descriptive text for each plate (titles and text in both English and French - the French text in double columns) 18 hand coloured aquatint plates. Contemporary half blue leather with green cloth, couple of small marks, gilt lines, corners and edges a little worn and bumped. Spine has raised bands, gilt tooling and title, edges worn. Complete, and comes with its own green cloth box with title to spine. (Abbey 9. Tooley 305) The beautiful plates in this work depict picturesque scenery in a highly romantic style. Loutherbourg worked as a stage designer under David Garrick, was a member of the Royal Academy and befriended Gainsborough, each painting the others portrait in 1778.

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        Descriptive Excursions Through South Wales and Monmouthshire in the Year 1804 (2 Vols Complete)

      London: E Donovan, 1805 And the Four Preceding Summers. Embellished with 31 plates of Views, Antiquities, etc In two Volumes. Both volumes uniformly bound in full brown leather, attractive blind tooling at edges, corners and edges bumped and worn slightly. Spines have been relaid, keeping the old, raised bands, attractive gilt tooling, title in gilt to green leather label. Internally, marbled endpapers, hinges strengthened, both volumes have the book plate of John Arden and a book label of Coleg Harlech to the fpds, bookplate of Henry Spurr to verso ffeps, all plates are B&W. Volume 1, frontis with some very light offsetting to title page, (xxvii), [1], 404 pp, 19 pl, margin corner torn at p147/8. Volume 2, (ix), [1], 396 pp, 11/12 pl, printed by Bye & Law, St John's Square, Clerkenwell, lacks the Ty Gwyn plate only (xxix). Some very light sporadic spotting to both as is normal. Becoming uncommon! (Abbey 518. Graesse 426. Brunet 816. Allibone 513)Donovan, natural historian and artist, whose interest in natural history started with the collecting of shells and preservation of insects, probably before 1788. He was a prolific author and skilled artist who etched and engraved the plates for all his works. He became a fellow of the Linnean Society. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        The History of England from The Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688; With Smollett, T[obias], M.D. The History of England from The Revolution in 1688 to The Death of George II, Designed as a Continuation of Hume .

      J. Wallis, London - 1805. 6 volumes. Together, 16 thick 4to volumes bound in full contemporary brown calf. Spines with raised bands and lettered in compartments with gilt devices in the upper and lower compartments. Covers ruled in gilt and blind. All edges marbled. Illustrated with fine old full-page copperplate engravings and woodcut vignettes. Several volume with partial splits to front hinge as usual, else an unusually bright, clean set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Excursions in the Counties of Kent, Gloucester, Hereford, Monmouth and Somerset in the Years 1802, 1803 and 1805

      803 and 1805, 1814. 803 and 1805, 1814 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A second edition of James Peller Malcolm's fascinating topographical study. 'Illustrated by descriptive sketches of the most interesting places and buildings; particularly the cathedrals of Canterbury, Gloucester, Hereford and Bristol. With definitions of character in different ranks of life'. 'Embellished with twenty-two highly-finished plates. 'James Peller Malcolm (17671815) was an American-English topographer and engraver. The son of a merchant in Philadelphia, he was born there in August 1767. Acting on the advice of Mr. Bembridge, a relative and fellow-student of Benjamin West, he went to London, and pursued artistic studies for two years in the Royal Academy. Finding that history painting and landscape painting were not much in demand, he took to engraving and the compilation of books on topographical and historical subjects, such as this. He was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. He died in Gee Street, Clarendon Square, London, on 5 April 1815, leaving his mother and wife unprovided for. With an engraved title showing a picturesque ruin at Bath. Condition: Expertly rebound in a half calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, very smart. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright with a few scattered spots and marks. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        An Excursion from Sidmouth to Chester, in the summer of 1803. (2 vol bound as 1)

      Paternoster Row, London and Exeter: HD Symonds and S Woolmer, 1805. Paternoster Row, London and Exeter: HD Symonds and S Woolmer, 1805 In a series of letters to a Lady. Including sketches of the Principal Towns and Villages...In modern, to style half speckled leather with green marbled boards, blind tooling. Spine, raised bands, blind tooling, titles in gilt to red and green leather labels. Internally, new cream endpapers, binder stamp at base of fpd (Delrue), Part 1, half title and frontis present, (viii), 232 pp, 1 pl (dated 1806). Part 2, half title present, [2], (iv), 233-462, [1] adverts, printed by C Whittingham, Dean Street, London, text block edges sprinkled red. (Lowndes 332). Butcher, Edmund, Unitarian minister and author, who published two topographical works, A Picture of Sidmouth, which ran to a fourth edition (1830), and An Excursion from Sidmouth to Chester in the Summer of 1803 (2 vols., 1805). His style was described as ‘simple and familiar; the sentences short and sometimes striking’ (Monthly Repository, 309). See ODNB.In the Counties of Devon, Somerset, Gloucester, Monmouth, Hereford, Salop, Derby, Stafford, Warwick and Worcester. Interspersed with biographical anecdotes and incidental remarks, particularly intended for the information and amusement of the rising generation.

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