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        London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis and its Neighbourhood, to Thirty Miles Extent, from an actual Perambulation. 6 volumes, complete

      London:: Printed by W. Stratford ., for J. Stratford,, 1805-1809, (1805).. First edition.. Hardcover. 8vo. (8.25 x 5.25 inches). 6 volumes: Vol.I: viii, 652, xvi, with 10 engraved plates, of which 6 are fold-out. Vol.II, 540, xvi, with 11 engraved images on 10 plates, hors-texte, and large fold-out map of London. Vol.III: 640, viii, with 11 engraved plates, hors-texte. Vol.IV: 579, viii, with 37 engraved images on 35 plates, hors-texte, of which one is a fold-out. Vol.V: 476, viii, with 34 engraved plates, hors-texte, including a fold-out map with a clean closed tear along one fold. One plate with small piece missing from margin, and plate of Guildford without margin border to fore-edge (shaving the sky in the illustration). Vol.VI: 632, viii, with 60 engraved plates, hors-texte. Some browning or foxing to plates, as usual. Numerous b/w woodcut illusts in text. Contemporary tree calf, spines gilt, old rebacks. Marbled endpapers. Many inner hinges strengthened with orange/brown tape. Bookplate of R. G. Hollies-Smith to all front pastedowns. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. A Very Good set. Heavy books, requiring much extra postage overseas. We are members of the P.B.F.A. Enquiries welcome; click on a link to contact direct.

      [Bookseller: John Taylor Books P.B.F.A.]
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        Oratio Dominica CL Linguis Versa, et Propriis Cujusque Linguae Characteribus Plerumque Expressa

      Parisiis: Typis Imperialibus, 1805. Quarto. (vii), 150ff. Correct first edition of this work, distinguished from a contemporary pirated edition by the presence of the coat-of-arms of the French Republic as the title page device. A typographic tour of the world’s languages, this work was printed to honor the visit of Pope Pius VII to France for the coronation of Napoleon in 1804, using types that had been taken out of Italy after Napoleon’s invasion in 1796. It contains the Lord’s Prayer printed in 151 different languages and dialects, including Hebrew, Chinese, Arabic, Norwegian, Croatian, and Ethiopian. The book is divided by geographic continents, comprising Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. The section on the Americas shows nineteen Native American languages. A variety of typefaces are used, and each page features a decorative border in red. A few preliminary signatures are loose at the top and extremities show some rubbing and wear overall, else a fine copy bound in the original paste-paper boards with the original spine label.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        The Inferno of Dante Alighieri with a Translation in English Blank Verse, Notes, and a Life of the Author - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London; Printed For James Carpenter, Old Bond St. , 1805. 1st Edition in this form. Description: 2v. , 286p. & 313p. Front. (port. ) . 12cm. Subjects: Hell --Poetry. Hell in art. Cary's celebrated translation that remained the standard for subsequent and other editions for decades. Both volumes finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with dark morocco gilt-blocked labels. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        ANALYSE DE L'OUVRAGE INTITULE "REFLEXIONS CRITIQUES SUR L'ART MODERNE DE FORTIFIER"; examen de cet ecrit, et refutation du principe qui en est la base: Suivis de quelques idees sur la defense et l'art defensif. Par un Officier General

      Strasbourg, F. G. Levrault, an xviii, 1805.. FIRST EDITIONS, 2 WORKS BOUND TOGETHER, 1805 & 1804, French text. 8vo, 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, pages xv, 127, bound in quarter calf over paper boards, gilt decoration and gilt lettered label to spine. Author's name from Bibliotheque Nationale. Boards spotted, corners slightly worn, 40 mm (1½ inch) split at foot of upper hinge with tiny chip to leather, tiny chip at head of spine, front inner paper hinge split, binding tight and firm. BOUND WITH the work analysed by Levasseur: REFLEXIONS CRITIQUES SUR L'ART MODERNE DE FORTIFIER, ou Motifs pour approprier, contre les moyens modernes de l'attaque, les avantages simples, faciles et toujours majeurs du sens vertical a grandes dimensions; ce qui, en resultat, (seconde et future partie du present ouvrage) reconduit l'art fortifiant a son premier et plus ancien trace, les enceintes en lignes droites sur chaque front et sans bastions ni ouvrages detaches; enceintes d'ailleurs tres-elevees, et qui doivent etre suffisamment epaisses, abritees, abritantes et communiquees. Dedie a l'amelioration continuelle de la chose publique. By HIPPOLYTE MORLET, ancien directeur des fortifications. Paris, an xiii, 1804. FIRST EDITION, folding frontispiece of fortifications, pages 199, (12) - adverts, according to the last line of the text this is Part I only, but the copy in the Bibliotheque Nationale has the same number of pages and it seems this is all that was published. Both are good clean copies on military science, especially fortifications. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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      London: Darton & Harvey, 1805. pp. Additional engraved titles and 84 plates by J. Tookey after Ibbetson. Contemporary full leather bindings, rebacked preserving original spine, very good with a little general wear and rubbing, corners worn. Contents clean and tight, minimal foxing. A very good tight copy. Nissen 886. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to.

      [Bookseller: Loe Books]
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        Catalogue des Livres de M. A.H. Anquetil-Duperron; Voyageur aux Grandes Indes, Interprète de France pour les Langues Orientales

      dont la vente se fera...le mardi 2 vendémiaire an 14 (24 septembre 1805), et jours suivans. 2 p.l., viii, 236 pp. 8vo, attractive antique calf, double gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt, uncut. Paris: veuve Tilliard et Fils, 1805. The rare sale catalogue of the library, rich in oriental books and manuscripts, of Anquetil-Duperron (1731-1805), French orientalist and brother of the historian Pierre Anquetil. Abraham Hyacinthe had a fascinating early life: while unsuccessfully studying for the priesthood in Paris and Utrecht, he developed a passion for Hebrew, Arabic, Persian and other languages of the East. He travelled to India as a private soldier in 1754 in order to search for the works of Zoroaster. Granted free passage, he learned modern Persian in Pondicherry and Sanskrit at Chandernagore. When war broke out between France and England, Anquetil-Duperron travelled widely throughout India on foot, learning further languages and studying the antiquities and sacred laws of the Hindus. He returned to Europe in an English vessel, ultimately arriving in Paris in 1762 with 180 oriental manuscripts. He devoted many of the following years to scholarship, editing and publishing many important oriental texts. The French Revolution seems to have greatly affected him: during that period he abandoned society and lived in voluntary poverty on a few pence a day. A fine copy. 1600 lots and priced throughout in a contemporary hand. From the library of Jean Viardot. ❧ Gustave Brunet, Dictionnaire de Bibliologie Catholique, col. 408-"Ce catalogue est curieux, surtout pour les livres en langues étrangeres." Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Books Auctions...1643-1830, 458. Peignot, p. 77. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Graphic and Descriptive Tour of the University of Oxford, &c., A

      1805. first edition. Some of the Finest Aquatint Plates in Existence"The Rarest of All Nattes SuitesOnly One Copy at Auction Since 1923NATTES, John Claude. A Graphic and Descriptive Tour of the University of Oxford, &c. London: Published by James Cundee, [1805].First edition, complete. Large folio (21 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches; 545 x 348 mm.). 8; 9-16 pp. Engraved title with tinted aquatint vignette, four tinted aquatint plates engraved by Merigot, one engraved by Pugin Wrappers expertly renewed to style with original brown front printed wrappers laid down. Resewn. Some minor foxing and edge browning. Housed together in a blue cloth clamshell case. An excellent copy. Extremely scarce; the rarest of Nattes three suites (Views of Bath; Versailles, Paris, et Saint Denis). ABPC, which began indexing auction results in 1923, records only copy falling under the hammer, in 1992. OCLC/KVK record only one copy in institutional holdings worldwide.Tooley notes this dearly rare suite in color but not uncolored; this copy is thus an unrecorded variant of an album scarcely seen in any format. "Some of the finest aquatint plates in existence are those done from the drawings of John Claude Nattes...Nattes [1765-1839], was a topographical draughtsman who travelled and made sketches for illustrated works. He was one of the foundation members of the Water Colour Society...There is a very rare work entitled Oxford Deliniated; a Graphic and Descriptive Tour of the University of Oxford...of which only two parts appeared, though twenty-five were advertised...Had it been completed it must have ranked among the finest of publications with coloured plates..." (Prideaux, p. 274)."[The work of Nattes]... provides a vast source of material of great value to the researcher of pre-Victorian topography and social history. The main collections of his work are in the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Guildhall Library, London; the print room at Windsor Castle; the Bodleian Library, Oxford; and the National Library of Scotland.The Plates:1. Title vignette, Radcliff Library, from Exeter College Terrace.2. West Entrance into Christ Church College, taken from Pembroke Lane.3. Merton Church, from the Grove.4. Entrance into Oxford from the London Road. (Pugin). 5. St. Peters in the East. 6. Merton Tower, taken from Magpie Lane (on p. 6 of the text). Abbey, Scenery, 274 , 275. Tooley 341. Prideaux, p. 274.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Handbuch der vergleichenden Anatomie

      Göttingen, Dieterich 1805. 20 cm. 16, 549, (3) Seiten mit gestochenem Titel und 8 Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenschild - Hirsch / Hübotter I, 577 - Garrison / M. 312 - Goed. VI, 237, 2, 7 - Erstausgabe dieses klassischen Werkes. "He was the first to show the value of comparative anatomy in study of anthropology ..." (Garrison-M). Blumenbach (1752 - 1840), Mitglied der Göttinger Societät der Wissenschaften, "... war der erste Universitätslehrer, welcher Vorlesungen über vergleichende Anatomie hielt" (Hirsch / Hübotter). Rücken restauriert, Vortitel etwas stockfleckig -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Lyrical Ballads, with Other Poems. In Two Volumes

      London: Printed for Longman Hurst Rees and Orme by R. Taylor and Co. 38 Shoe lane 1805 London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme by R. Taylor and Co., 38 Shoe lane, 1805. Fourth Edition. 2 vols., 12mo. [iv], lxiv, 200, [2]; pp. Bound in Twentieth-Century full polished dark blue calf, black morocco spine labels. With intermittent internal dampstaining, minor dust soiling in bottom margins of vol. 1. Signed by George Thomas and another on title- pages. Healey 8; PMM 256 (First edition); Wise, Wordsworth 7

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        European Commerce, shewing New and Secure Channels of Trade with the Continent of Europe: Detailing the Produce, Manufactures, and Commerce of Russia,

      Prussia, Sweden, Denmark and Germany; as well as the Trade of the Rivers Elbe, Weser, and Ems; with a General View of the Trade, Navigation, Produce and Manufactures of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; and its Unexplored and Improveable Resources and Interior Wealth. Illustrated with a Canal and River Map of Europe, First Edition, xiv, 651pp + errata, royal quarto, large folding engraved map (somewhat foxed), 2 folding tables, an excellent copy in contemporary half calf with elaborately blind and gilt tooled spine, black leather label, raised bands, with the coronet bookplate of Conyngham of Slane Castle, Co.Meath, Ireland, London, Richardson and others, 1805. Goldsmith 19064; Kress B.4953; McCulloch, p.55:- 'contains much valuable information..' An important work by a merchant who was a member of the Russia and Turkey (or Levant Company) on the economies of North-Eastern Europe. The intention of Oddy's detailed work was to direct a greater proportion of British Trade towards the East and away from their more usual trading channels which were at that time disrupted by the Napoleonic Wars. This is followed by chapters on specific commodities such as the corn trade, fisheries, oil and tallow, wood, pitch and tar, iron, hemp and flax, linen, cotton, shipping &c., &c. Photograph available on request.

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        A Selection of Pleadings in Civil Actions, Subsequent to the Declaration. With Occasional Annotations on the Law of Pleading. Cohen 9274

      First edition of the first law treatise which we may definitely attribute solely to Story, and marking the first correspondence between Story and Jefferson, to whom Story sent a copy; arranged by subject, with Story's notes following the pleas. Modern mottled goatskin morocco, gilt, the original label preserved, a pretty copy. Published by Barnard B. Macanulty, Salem, 1805.

      [Bookseller:  Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        Svensk Botanik. Fjerde bandet.

      Stockholm. Tryckt hos Carl Delén. 1805. 6:o. 22 x 14 cm. Title + (144 pp.) + (84 pp.) + X pp. + 10 pp. + 114 hand coloured engravings. This volume contains all the 72 plates and text leaves to volume 4 as well as 42 plates with text leaves to volume 5. 19th century brown half calf with title in gilt at the spine. Marbled board papers. Name inscription in ink at the front fly leaf. Somewhat worn and scratched binding. A 2 x 2 cm loss of board paper at the front. Bumped corners. Text leaf 218 with a small hole. Plate 301narrowly cut. Interior in very nice condition.. This is the fourth - and part of the fifth - volume of "Svensk Botanik". The work was published in 11 volumes 1802-1843. The engravings in the early volumes are known to be of higher quality than in the later ones. Up to his death in 1811 Palmstruch painted most of the originals. After his death several artists made the originals. The engravings were executed by Carl Wilhelm Venus and Johan Gustaf Ruckman (a few by Palmstruch). The plates were coloured by women colourists, specially trained for the work. The colouring has a wonderful "light" nordic quality. The text was authored by Conrad Quensel, Olof Swartz and Göran Wahlenberg. "Svensk Botanik" is the most famous work on botany ever published in Sweden and of the highest quality

      [Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat]
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        Poetiske Skrifter.

      2 bd. Kbhvn. 1805. XXIV + (4) + 480; 436 s. Helt rent eksemplar trykt på meget kraftigt papir indbundet helt ubeskåret i bogtrykkerens originale kartonnage med titelfelt trykt på papir-etiketter.. Et helt enestående eksemplar, både hvad angår eksemplarets velbevarethed samt det bibliofile udstyr. Et hovedværk i den danske romantiske litteratur. Indeholder bl.a. originaltrykket af "Aladdin" og "Langelandsreisen". Liebenberg I,17. Bibl. Dan. IV, 170. Houghton 54. "Alladdin appeared in this 1805 collection of Poetiske Skrifter. This dramatic poem, loosely based on the Arabian Nights, is one of the first Danish works to show freely the influence of Shakespeare. A blend of Eastern, Shakespearean, and Nordic elements."

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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        Vermischte Nachrichten.Weimar: Verlage des Industrie-Comptoirs, 1799. First edition.

      An interesting letter by Gauss in regard to the famous priority dispute between him and Legendre on the method of least squares. Stephen Stigler, Statistics on the Table, Chapter 17: "The method of least squares is the automobile of modern statistical analysis: despite its limitations, occasional accidents, and incidental pollution, this method and its numerous variations, extensions, and related conveyances carry the bulk of statistical analysis, and are known and valued by nearly all. But there has been some dispute, historically, as to who is the Henry Ford of statistics. Adrien Marie Legendre published the method in 1805, an American Robert Adrain, published the method in late 1808, and Carl Friedrich Gauss published the method in 1809. Legendre appears to have discovered the method in early 1805, and Robert Adrain may have 'discovered' it in Legendre's 1805 book ..., but in 1809 Gauss had the temerity to claim that he had been using the method since 1795, and one of the most famous priority disputes in the history of science was off and running. ... Four principle pieces of evidence that Gauss was the method's earliest discoverer have been presented, either by Gauss or in his behalf by his often reverential followers: (1) Gauss's word in 1806 and later that he had used the method since 1795 ... (2) A cryptic entry in Gauss's mathematical diary, dated June 1798... (3) Gauss's claim that he had told other astronomers, notably Olbers, Lindenau, and von Zach, about the method prior to 1805. (4) A letter of Gauss's that was published in 1799 in 'Allgemeine Geographische Ephemeriden' which alludes to 'meine Methode' [the offered volume]". The following translation of the complete letter (with footnotes by von Zach, the editor) are quoted from Plackett: The Discovery of the Method of Least Squares, Biometrika, Vol. 59, 1972, pp. 239-251: </br></br> "Allow me to point out a printer's error in the July issue of the A.G.E. Pages XXXV of the introduction in the account of the arc between the Panthéon and Évaux, must read 76145.74 instead of 76545.74. The sum is correct and the error cannot be in any other place.* I disovered this error when I applied my method, a specimen of which I have given you,&dagger; to determine the ellipse simply from these four measured arcs, and found the ellipticity to be 1/150; after correction of that error I found 1/187, and 2565006 units of length in the whole quadrant (namely without consideration of the Degree in Peru). The difference between 1/150 and 1/187 is certainly not important in this case, because the end-points lie too close together. Brunswick, 24 Aug. 1799. C. F. Gauss. </br></br> * This printers error is confirmed, and may also be recognized by the decimal degree figure set beside it, 2<sup>D</sup>.66868 - v.Z. </br></br> &dagger; Here at another time - v.Z." </br></br> Unfortunately von Zach appears never to have published the details of Gauss's method as promised in his foot note. (See Stigler: Statistics on the Table, pp.320-331 for a detailed discussion of this letter).. In: 'Allgemeine Geographische Ephemeriden', Vol. 4, p. 378. The whole volume offered: (4), XL, 575, (1:blank) pp. and 5 plates (not accompanying the Gauss letter). 8vo. Contemporary boards. Title page with old library stamp. Some very light sporring throughout - in all a very nice copy. Some copies of this journal volume have a frontispiece with a portrait of Laplace, this copy does not have a frontispiece but does not have any signs of removal either. Rare

      [Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books]
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        Etude de Grosseiller epineux, et Fraise-Bigareau, ou Fausse Ananas [Pl. 43]

      Paris: Vilquin, 1805. Stipple engraving, printed in colours and finished by hand by Ruotte. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling and a few small losses along the edge of the bottom margin. 20 5/8 x 13 5/8 inches. 213/8 x 14 1/8 inches. An exquisite plate from arguably the most beautiful botanical work ever produced, Collection des Fleurs et des Fruits, "a work of outstanding importance and interest." Contemporary with the work of Redouté, Collection des Fleurs et des Fruits is one of the earliest examples of stipple engraved and colour-printed botanical illustration. Published in 12 cahiers (or parts) of 4 plates each, the work was compiled to assist designers of porcelain and fabric, with the plates often showing flowers grouped together, usually matched according to their flowering season.The greatest collection of flower books to be sold at auction in the 20th century was the de Belder collection, sold by Sotheby's in 1987. The catalogue was intended as a true reflection of the uniqueness of the collection, and the cover illustration selected to represent the best of the best was an image from Prevost's Collection des Fleurs et des Fruits.Dunthorne describes it as, "a work of outstanding importance and interest...issued for the specific purpose of maintaining the great French tradition for excellence of design and draughtsmanship. Perhaps no other prints are more worthy of carrying on the tradition of Jean Baptiste and van Spaendonck than these fine examples of Prévost. Whether bouquets or sprays of flowers or fruit, they possess a splendour and freshness amounting almost to fragrance, which is largely due to the quality of the colour printing." (Dunthorne, p. 33) Cf. Dunthorne p. 229; cf. Great Flower Books (1990), p. 127; cf. Nissen BBI 1568; cf. Pritzel 7332; cf. Stafleu & Cowan TL2 8319.

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        Views in Egypt, from the original drawings, in the possession of Sir Robert Ainslie, taken during his embassy to Constantinople by Luigi Mayer; engraved by and under the direction of Thomas Milton; with historical observations, and incidental illustrations of the manners and customs of the natives of that country

      printed by T. Bensley for R. Bowyer London: printed by T. Bensley for R. Bowyer. 1805. Folio, pp. [4], 102, [2]; 48 hand-colored aquatints by Thomas Milton after Luigi Mayer; contemporary if not original quarter red straight-grain morocco over marbled boards, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-decorated spine; some rubbing and minor wear, but generally a very good, clean copy. First published in 1801 as part of Mayer's three-part collection, Views in Egypt, Palestine, and other parts of the Ottoman Empire, and now here published separately. See Abbey, Travel, 369 (note); Lipperheide 1577.

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      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 16 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition. Rare.Worldcat shows no copy with this imprint, but lists a single copy of the same title issued by J & C. Evans.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 15 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition. The last two pages of text have 'Directions how to Play' the game of 'Blackbury Wood,' a rhyming game, that teaches children the story of the Children in the Wood.Rare. Worldcat shows no copy with this imprint.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 28 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition.Rare. Worldcat lists no copies of this imprint.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        COCK ROBIN. A Pretty Gilded Toy For either Girl or Boy, suited to Children of all Ages.

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 15 woodcuts and with a printer's device on the cover/title. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition.Rare. Worldcat lists no copies of this imprint, but locates earlier copies by John Evans.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        JACK AND JILL and Old Dame Gill.

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 16 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition.Rare. Worldcat lists no copies of this imprint, but locates one copy issued by T. Evans.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        OLD DAME TROT, and her comical Cat.

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 27 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition.Rare. Worldcat lists no copies of this imprint, but locates one copy issued by J. & C. Evans.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 16 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition. Rare. Worldcat shows no copy of this imprint.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        The Life and Death of JENNY WREN Being a very small book, at a very small charge, to learn them to read, before they grow large.

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 16 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition. Rare.WorldCat lists no editions with this precise imprint, though they do list a copy with the imprint of J. Evans and Son.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        THE LIFE OF JACK SPRAT. His Wife and his Cat

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 16 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition. Rare. WorldCat lists no editions with this precise imprint, though they do list a copy with the imprint of J. Evans, circa 1810, which is held by the British Library.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        CINDERELLA; or, The Little Glass Slipper.

      16 pages, including self-wrappers. Illustrated with 17 woodcuts. Expert repair to spine; else in excellent condition.Rare. Worldcat shows no copies with this exact imprint, but a copy issued by John Evans is located in the British Library.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        LES JEUX ET PLAISIRS DE L'ENFANCE, D'aprés Jacques Stella; terminés par Chaponnier.

      Title and 12 leaves of text printed on one side only; 12 fine full-page engravings showing naked cherubic young children playing a variety of games, including swimming, dice, see-saw, marbles, etc. Contemporary full calf gilt, with red title-label to spine. Oblong: 15.8 x 24cms. Binding wormed and rubbed, but still attractive; internally a particularly fine copy. This title, first published in 1657, was originally issued with 50 engraved plates. However, this comparatively late and much reduced reissue is itself very scarce.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        Geschichte Christian II, Königs von Dännemark, Norwegen und Schweden während seiner Regierung. Mit dem Bildnisse des Königs.

      Kopenhagen und Leipzig, Johann Heinrich Schubothe, 1805. XX + 430 pp. + (2). Bound cont. halfleather.. Bibl. Dan. 3, 46.With a foreword by the author. The book with 3 parts: Vorerrinnerungen, Geschichte, Kritische Anmerkungen. With a portrait of King Christian II, made after a painting by Albrecht Dürer. The binding worn and no titel on back. Pages foxing. Inner hinges are fine. Old inkname on titlepage. Stamp inside binding. Text in german.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        THE BOOK OF GAMES; or, A History of Juvenile Sports, Practised at a Considerable Academy Near London. Illustrated by twenty-four copper plates.

      [4], [1], 2-168, 8 ad's pages. Illustrated with copper-plate frontispiece and twenty-three copper-plates throughout, additional to pagination. Original pictorial printed boards with red roan spine, gilt, being an unrecorded issue of the book by Knevett, Arliss, and Baker. 12mo. One plate with a clean tear without loss; another plate a little browned; some occasional marking; binding rubbed; else a very good copy of a scarce title.Moon 14(2). First published in 1805. Mrs. Moon does not record a copy bound in pictorial boards, with this variant imprint. Games included are cricket, blind-man's buff, archery, leap frog, marbles, foot-ball, etc.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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