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        MANUSCRIPT FIELD BOOK OF COUNTY OF CAYUGA.

      1805 - 8vo. 3 leaves with ink records on 2 pages. A survey of the Susquehannah and Bath Turnpike Road through the County of Cayuga State of New York. Beginning at eh North Line of Tioga County and South Line of the Town of Drydon [Dryden]. This covers mile 52 through mile 54 to the Town of Ulysses. This is certified by Mosses Van Campen and T. N. Miller on August 30, 1805

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        DICTIONARY OF MERCHANDISE, AND NOMENCLATURE IN ALL LANGUAGES; FOR THE

      , 1805. 1805. [KAUFFMAN, C. H.] THE DICTIONARY OF MERCHANDISE, AND NOMENCLATURE IN ALL LANGUAGES; FOR THE USE OF COUNTING-HOUSES: 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. Philadelphia: James Humphreys, 1805. First American edition. vii [9-] 368 pp. 8vo., calf with gilt leather spine label. Both boards detached, missing backstrip save label, boards worn. First and last blank pages have small closed tears at edges. Moderate foxing, paper browned. Entries include galangal, dragon's blood, coral, cod-fish, tea, quicksilver, etc.

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        La Navigation, Poëme.

      Paris: Chez Giguet et Michaud, 1805. Two volumes, octavo, engraved frontispiece and half-title in each volume; nineteenth-century mottled calf, gilt. First edition of Esmenard's epic poem on voyages of discovery generally, and La Pérouse specifically. The work includes a plate imagining the then hypothetical wreck of La Pérouse, 'Naufrage des Canots de la Pérouse au Port des Français'.A hardy and experienced mariner himself, Esmenard composed the poem while under sail with Villaret-Joyeuse to Martinique. The epic poem demonstrates his broad knowledge of the voyages of the eighteenth century, with references to Bougainville, Malaspina, Byron, Wallis and Surville, as well as sections on the 'immortelle' Anson and 'sage et malheureux' Cook.The work is an homage to the great French sailor La Pérouse, 'maître du monde', and is one of the most beautiful examples of the enduring interest in his fate, given that by 1805 he had been missing for over a decade. On the scaffold Louis XVI is said to have repeated his continual question: "Is there any news of La Pérouse?"Esmenard writes that the distraught French people still wait and hope for his return, but probably in vain. In fact, both text and image assume that La Pérouse has wrecked on some fatal island: 'Dans ce gouffre écumant que la mort environne, / De leur fatal naufrage embrassent les débris, / Voyez-vous ces soldats, entendez-vous leurs cris, / Mêlés au bruit lointain des rochers et de l'onde?'Very rare: not known to Ferguson but appearing in the Addenda volume noting Bibliothèque Nationale and National Library of Australia copies only. Some occasional light foxing, hinges cracked but joints still strong.

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        Kabul. Schilderung einer Reise nach dieser Stadt und des Aufenthaltes daselbst, in den Jahren 1836, 1837 und 1838. Aus dem Englischen von Theodor Oelkers..

      8, XII 403 S., 12 lithographierten Tafeln (davon 8 getönt und 2 gefaltet), 8 Textholzstiche., Orig.-Broschur (Interimseinband), Min. stockfleckig, Falttaf. im Falz gerissen (hinterlegt), Bindung etwas locker, insgesamt schönes Exempalr. Seltene, erste deutsche Ausgabe. Burnes (1805 - 1841), Cousin des Dichters Robert Burns, war Offizier der "'Bengal Infantry" der Britischen Ostindien-Kompanie, reiste 1836 im Auftrag der britischen Regierung zu Dost Mohammed, dem unberechenbaren Herrscher von Afghanistan, nach Kabul. Im Frühjahr 1838 mußte er Kabul verlassen, kehrte 1839 mit der britischen Armee zurück und wurde bei einem Aufstand getötet. Er lieferte im vorliegenden Werk und a. die erste Wörtersammlung der bisher unbekannten Sprache der Siahposch (Kafir). Das Werk geht ausführlich auf die politische, wirtschaftliche Situation und das gesellschaftliche Leben in Afghanistan ein und beschreibt die Kämpfe zwischen Afghanen und Sikhs. Die Tafeln mit Ansichten von Kabul und Amritsar, außerdem baktrische Münzen, Inschriften, Porträts (Burnes in der Tracht von Buchara, Mohammed Khan, Hyat Kafila Bashi), etc. Die Beschreibung des Wirtschaftslebens mit interessanten Details, z. B. Verzeichnis der Läden auf dem Basar von Dera Ghazi Khan am Indus, Liste der Import- und Export-Artikel auf dem Basar zu Kabul.

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        Reisen in das Innere von Südafrika in den Jahren 1797 und 1798 UND Neue Reise in das Innere von Südafrika.

      2 Bände in 1. Mit zusammen 4 Kupfertafeln und 2 gefalteten Kupferkarten (komplett). Band 2: Neue Reise in das Innere von Südafrika. Nebst Robert Semple's Beschreibung der Capstadt und Schilderung seiner Einwohner. Aus dem Englischen mit Anmerkungen übersetzt von J.A. Bergk. Wien, Doll, 1805. - Barrow gibt eine ausgezeichnete Beschreibung von Fauna, Flora, Geologie, Mineralogie, etc. Er "gab als erster eine vollständige Beschreibung der Kap-Kolonie, deren Umfang man auch durch ihn erst kennenlernte. Die Vollendung der nördlichen Grenzlinie war eine der Hauptaufgaben seiner Reisen gewesen. Seine auf eigenen Beobachtungen fußende Karte leitete eine Wende in der karthographischen Darstellung Süd-Afrikas ein... Sie war die erste gedruckte Karte, die das zentrale Kapland in den Grundzügen richtig wiedergab" (Henze). - 010

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        Mémoires de chimie.

      (Paris), (vers 1805). ____ Première édition. Ouvrage rare qui n'a jamais été mis dans le commerce. "En 1792, M. Lavoisier avait conçu le projet de faire un recueil de tous ses Mémoires lus à l'Académie depuis vingt ans. C'était en quelque manière faire l'histoire de la chimie moderne. Pour rendre cette histoire plus intéressante et plus complète, il s'était proposé d'y intercaler les mémoires des personnes qui, ayant adopté son système, avaient fait des expériences à son appui. Ce recueil devait former environ huit volumes. L'Europe sait pourquoi ils n'ont pas pu être achevés. On a retrouvé presque tout le premier, le second en entier, quelques feuilles du quatrième ... Ces fragments n'auraient point paru s'ils ne contenaient un Mémoire de M. Lavoisier qui réclame, d'après les faits qu'il y expose, la nouvelle théorie chimique comme lui appartenant. C'est donc un devoir envers lui que de fixer l'opinion des Savants sur cette vérité." (Préface de Madame Lavoisier). Ces volume contiennent 39 mémoires dont 29 de Lavoisier, 12 paraissant ici pour la première fois. Ils n'ont jamais été réédités. L'édition des "Oeuvres" ne reprend curieusement qu'une partie de ces "Mémoires". A l'exception de quelques exemplaires donné à des Institutions ou à des savants, tous les exemplaires ont été vendus brochés, en 1836, à la mort de Mme Lavoisier. Celui-ci est en reliure d'époque. Les pages de titres n'ont jamais été imprimées, seuls les faux-titres. Dans cet exemplaire, on a relié le faux-titre du tome 2 en tête du tome 1 et il manque le feuillet suivant, une introduction expliquant la raison de la publication de l'ouvrage. Duveen, Klickstein 199 et suiv. Reliure légèrement usée, mais bon exemplaire dans l'ensemble. *-------* First edition. Privately printed by Mme Lavoisier and distributed to eminent scientists.'Lavoisier's preparation of a complete eight-volume edition of his memoirs was halted by his imprisonment and execution during the Reign of Terror; he left behind him only the greater part of Vol.I, all of Vol.II and a small part of Vol.IV. His widow later had these fragments privately printed in two volumes and distributed them to eminent scientists and institutions to ensure that Lavoisier would receive the credit he deserved for his chemical work ... The fifth memoir in Vol.II contains Lavoisier's claim to the discovery of oxidation; it was this claim that prompted Mme. Lavoisier to publish the Mémoires.' Norman 1297. In-8. [194 x 116 mm] Collation : (2), 416 pp., (2), 413 pp., 64 pp. Basane marbrée, roulette d'encadrement sur les plats, dos orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        The Young Carpenter's Assistant; or, A System of Architecture, Adapted to the Style of Building in the United States

      Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Benjamin Johnson, No. 31, Market-Street, 1805. First edition. With 44 leaves of plates (2 folded). 61, [3, blank] pp. [A]2 B-Q2 (Q1 verso and Q2 blank). 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary calf, period spine label, an early splice and repaired hole in the skin now visible. Recased with new endsheets. Text and plates somewhat foxed and stained. Old repairs to folds of two plates, conservation repairs to A2 and to a few folds and marginal flaws (plate XXIX remargined; plate XLI repaired along fold, loss of letters "PLAT" in far left margin not affecting image of Schuylkill Bridge). Very good copy of a scarce book. First edition. With 44 leaves of plates (2 folded). 61, [3, blank] pp. [A]2 B-Q2 (Q1 verso and Q2 blank). 1 vols. 4to. The Second Book on Architecture Written in the U.S. The second book on architecture written in the U.S., with finely rendered plates of the steeple of Christ Church and the Bank of the Unted States in Philadelphia, and many detailed plates of structure and ornaments. A complete copy of this practical builder's manual. VERY SCARCE. Shaw & Shoemaker 8018; Rink, Technical Americana 1768; Hitchcock 176

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        THE BOOK OF TRADES, or Library of the Useful Arts. The second edition.

      Part I illustrated with twenty-three copper-plates. Part II, illustrated with twenty-four copper-plates. The second edition. Part III, illustrated with twenty-four copper-plates. First edition. All three volumes bound in original quarter red calf over marbled boards. All three with the ownership inscription: 'Susanna Powell Christmas Day 1805.' Some browning and foxing here and there - four leaves in volume one spotted; boards rubbed and worn at edges; tiny nick from the spine of volume III; else a very good set of this title, probably the most successful of Tabart's productions and rarely found complete; or, if complete, invariably having been made up from various editions and odd volumes. The first two volumes were published in 1804. See Moon. page 155.

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        Report of the trial of the Hon. Samuel Chase, one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, before the High court of impeachment. for high crimes & misdemeanors, supposed to have been by him committed; with the necessary documents and official papers, from his impeachment to final acquittal.

      Printed for Samuel Butler and George Keatinge,, Baltimore: 1805 - 8vo, original boards, paper spine label, [6], 12, [3]-268 (i.e. 316), 68 pp. Normal rubbing and wear to the original boards, joints cracked, spine ends worn, some light foxing and mild darkening within, some creasing to endpapers, signature on endpaper; still a nice copy in the original boards, page edges untrimmed. Samuel Chase (1741-1811) was one of the most influential Supreme Court Justices during its early years. He had a somewhat volatile personality, and his strong Federalist leanings made him a somewhat controversial figure on the court. His aggressive approach to the bench, and support for John Adams in the 1800 election resulted in efforts to impeach him from the Republicans. He was eventually acquitted of the charges of misconduct. This is one of two different versions of this landmark trial, both published in 1805. This one "taken in short hand, by Charles Evans, and the arguments of counsel revised by them from his manuscript." Chase was a Signer, a Revolutionary soldier, and has been called "The most brilliant of the Supreme Court justices to sit before John Marshall." Chase was ultimately acquitted on charges of misconduct in several cases of sedition. The failed impeachment, a blatantly political attack led by Jefferson and his followers, is generally regarded as one of the decisive events of the early Federal period in establishing the principle of an independent judiciary. Federal Judicial Center. Sabin 12204. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        History of the Rise, Progress and Termination

      1805. First Edition . WARREN, Mercy. History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution Interspersed with Biographical, Political and Moral Observations. Boston: Printed by Manning and Loring for E. Larkin, 1805. Three volumes. Octavo, contemporary full brown tree sheep sympathetically rebacked to match original spines and red morocco spine labels. $13,500.First edition of Mercy WarrenÂ’s pioneering three-volume history, offering a rare “insiderÂ’s view of the Revolution,” begun in the earliest days of AmericaÂ’s struggle for independence, very scarce in contemporary tree sheep boards.Mercy Warren, the premiere first-generation Revolutionary historian, possessed ""the most systematic understanding of the relationship between ideology and ethics, the best developed interpretation of how corruption operated in history, and the clearest insight into the historian's role as a social and political critic"" (William and Mary Quarterly). Hers remains the ""first important historical work by an American woman"" (Howes W122). Warren began her account at the earliest stirrings of the Revolution and ""worked steadily on the three volumes that were finally published—when Warren was 77Â… Her work not only provided an insider's view of the Revolution, but also set an important precedent for women authors"" (Weatherford, American Women's History, 365). Warren expertly drew upon the knowledge of key figures such as her husband, politician James Warren, and her brother James Otis, famous for his phrase, ""taxation without representation is tyranny,"" and regularly she corresponded with notables such as Samuel Adams, Abigail Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who owned a copy of her History and commented, ""I have long possessed evidence of her high station in the ranks of genius"" (The Library of Thomas Jefferson 508). Howes W122. Sabin 101484. Shaw & Shoemaker 9687. Sowerby 4439. Volume I with penciled owner inscription to title page, early inked owner signature above first text page.Interiors generally fresh with light scattered foxing, minor occasional marginal dampstatining, occasional expert paper repairs. Extremely good, scarce in contemporary tree sheep boards.

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        Rhein-Album

      Artist: Foltz F ( - 1877 ) ; issued in : Frankfurt on Main; date: 1845 1805 - - technic: Steel engraving; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 24 x 33,50 - description: Book with 22 views for example Heidelberg, Frankfurt on the Main, Mayence, Cologne, Bonn and many more. - vita of the artist: Philipp von Foltz was the son of the painter Ludwig Foltz. At the age of 20, in 1825, he moved to Munich and became director of the royal academy of art.

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        Teilansicht, Schloß v. Südwesten, "Die Süd Westliche Ansicht des Heidelberger Schlosses. - Vue de la .".

      - Kupferstich v. u. n. Primavesi, um 1805, 29,2 x 41

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        Practical Perspective Exemplified on Landscapes

      1805 - NOBLE, Thomas. Practical Perspective, Exemplified on Landscapes. London: Edward Orme, 1805. Large quarto, contemporary three-quarter brown calf rebacked, marbled boards. $1600.First edition of this practical course on perspective for landscape painters, with 12 aquatint plates, two hand-colored.This distillation of Noble’s practical instruction covers the rendering of parallel, perpendicular and inclined planes, circles and other curves, arches, vanishing points, and shadows, each topic with at least one explanatory plate. Lowndes, 1695. Early owner signature on title page.Text and plates generally quite clean. Expert restoration to corners of contemporary marbled boards. A handsome copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collectio Plantarum tam Exoticarum, quam Indigenarum, Selineatione, Descriptione Culturaque Earum. Sammlung ausländischer und einheimischer Pflanzen, mit ihrer Abbildung, Beschreibung und Cultur. 3 Bände in 14 Lieferungen (2 davon in Kopie)

      Selbstverlag 1805 - - Nissen 2133; Pritzel 10178; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, Bd. 41, S. 717/718. Seltene erste und einzige Ausgabe, nach jung das seltenste Werk der drei botanischen Veröffentlichungen von Wendland, der als Gartenbauinspektor in Herrenhausen tätig war. Die Kupfertafeln sind alle farbig gedruckt und mit sorgfältigem coloriert. Text vollständig - Gewicht in Gramm: 956 Selbstverlag, Hannover, 1805. Zusammen 210 Seiten und 60 (davon 6 doppelblattgroße), colorierte Kupfertafeln (statt 84), original kartoniert. Quart (unbeschnitten) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        History of North America; containing a Review of the Customs and

      1805 - [JOHNSON, RICHARD]. The History of North America; containing a Review of the Customs and Manners of the Original Inhabitants; the First Settlement of the British Colonies; and their Rise and Progress . to the Time of their Becoming United, Free and Independent States. By the Rev. Mr. Cooper [pseud.]. Printed for Samuel Shaw, bookbinder, Lansingburgh, by Charles R. & George Webster, Albany, [1805]. 12mo. 204 p. Contemporary sheep, spine with gilt fillets but otherwise undecorated. Corner torn from E2, with loss of text, both endpapers torn, some soiling and foxing, but a very tight copy. Early American adolescent text, published by a Lansingburgh, New York, bookbinder, whose advertisement appears on the verso of the half title, along with an advertisement by the printer. The appendix contains the full text of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. While early cataloguers went to great lengths to identify the Reverend Mr. Cooper, and assigned him various given names, he was in reality Richard Johnson (1733 or 4-1793) and he wrote the text for Elizabeth Newbery, who published the first edition in 1789. See M.J.P. Weedon, "Richard Johnson and the Successors to John Newbery," The Library (1949), pp. 25-63. Some copies of Shaw's edition, presumably those issued later, contain a leaf of additional subscribers' names, printed in a different type and tipped in following leaf Independence: A Checklist, 05-01. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thomas Paine to the Citizens of Pennsylvania

      1805. First Edition . PAINE, Thomas. Thomas Paine to the Citizens of Pennsylvania, on the Proposal for Calling a Convention. Philadelphia: Wm. Duane, 1805. Octavo, period-style full speckled sheep gilt, red morocco spine label, uncut; pp. 30. $12,500.First edition of this open letter from Paine to Pennsylvanians regarding the proposed convention to form a new state constitution. Paine's final published work, this pamphlet is quite scarce.The first Pennsylvania state constitution, of 1776, was among the most democratic of state constitutions. It was replaced in 1790 by a conservative constitution drawn up by the ascendant Federalists. The 1805 movement was a Jeffersonian reaction. In this pamphlet, Paine makes an argument attempting to prove the unconstitutionality of the power assumed by the New York legislature to grant charters. Paine was by this time a resident of New Rochelle, New York, where he lived for the remainder of his life. Paine writes: ""As I resided in the capital of your state (Philadelphia) in the 'time that tried men's souls,' and all my political writings, during the revolutionary war, were written in that city, it seems natural for me to look back on the place of my political and literary birth, and feel an interest for its happiness.""""During August, still in New Rochelle, Paine also wrote a pamphlet—the last he ever published—in support of the call for constitutional reform in Pennsylvania. He reminded Pennsylvania readers that the spirit of the Revolution was endangered in their state. Whereas their constitution of 1776 was second to none, the revised constitution of 1790 had created a form of government whose working principles were more English and monarchic than AmericanÂ… He roasted the old monarchic practice voting by orders or estates and argued instead for universal suffrage—among men, at least"" (Keane, Tom Paine, 511-12). Rare, with only six copies reported in OCLC. Shaw & Shoemaker 9089. Sabin 58240. Minor toning and foxing. A very good uncut copy of this Paine rarity.

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        The Charter of the City of New-York, Together with the Acts of the Legislature in relation thereto, or which have vested Additional Powers in the Mayor, Alderman, and Commonalty of the said City

      New-York: Published Pursuant to an Order of Common Council made February 18, 1805. Printed by James Cheethan. 1805. First. First edition. Octavo. 240, lvi (index) pp., additionally, after the 120 pages, each page is interleaved with a blank leaf for notes. Contemporary half calf and papercovered boards gilt, with red morocco spine label gilt stamped "Mayor's Office" on the front board. Front joint split, paper over boards quite worn, still a sound and pleasing very good copy. The Mayor's own copy, with DeWitt Clinton's ownership Signature on the title page, and below that the nearly contemporary signature of S[amuel].W. Jones. Clinton served three terms as Mayor (this was published during his first term, 1803-1807), as well as serving as the sixth Governor of the state (where he was largely responsible for the construction of the Erie Canal), as U.S. Senator, and as a candidate for President in the closely contested election of 1812, when he nearly defeated James Madison. Samuel Jones was the first Comptroller of New York and served between 1797 -1809. Presumably as nice an association copy as one could hope for. .

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        St. Petersburg am Ende seines ersten Jahrhunderts. Mit Rückblicken auf Entstehung und Wachsthum dieser Residenz unter den verschiedenen Regierungen während dieses Zeitraums [with] Erklarung des planes von petersburg nach den darauf verzeicheten zahlen und buchstaben. [?????-????????? ? ????? ?????? ??????? ????????: ?? ???????? ?? ????????????? ? ???? ???? ?????????? ??? ????????? ?????????, ????????? ? ??????? ????? ???????].

      F. Dienemann u Comp. Skt. Petersburg; Verlage des Geographifchen Instituts Weimar ; 1807 1805 - Two vols, small 8vo (20.4 x 12.6 cm). Frontispiece, title, XL, 3 - 390 pp., with one folding table; Title, XVIII, 442, 16 pp., with 5 folding plans of St. Petersburg, including 1 in contemporary hand colour, and 2 folding tables; quire L in vol I misnumbered, without half title in vol I, small marginal waterstains. Contemporary brown boards, green paper labels to spines with gilt lettering, paper shelf marks; slightly rubbed. Uncommon work on Saint Petersburg published on the occasion of the first jubilee of the Imperial capital. The work is structured chronologically and describes history of the city from the reign of its founder Peter the Great until the epoch of Alexander I. The city's impressive growth within one century is clearly visible on multiple large maps accompanying the text and dating from 1716 up until 1805. The book is dedicated to the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, who, like the author himself, had German routes. Reimers saw the rapid development of the city as a result of the iron will of the Russian rulers, who wished to turn their residence into a paradise on Earth by any means. The author illustrates it with many contemporary testimonies and anecdotes. For example he tells about Paul I's urgent order to turn the Nevsky Prospect into a green alley in the middle of severe winter in 1799 – 1800. To deliver a result "here and now", pits for trees were heated with boiling water and fire, and seedlings were brought from the Imperial gardens and purchased at very high prices from private individuals. Not surprisingly, in the next several months the trees died and the process had to be repeated from the scratch. Reimers' account serves also as a valuable guide to the city at the height of its splendour, containing descriptions of the landmarks of the Imperial capital and the city's glorious art collections, as well as of the public institutions, education and medical facilities, and businesses. The Reimers' work is rare when complete with all the plans. A copy in the collection of the Russian National Library lacks two plans. Our copy has additionally a very rare index to plans of Saint Petersburg, 1807 bound in. We could locate only one copy of this title in WorldCat - in the collection of the Erfurt University library. ______________________________ ?????? ??????? ????????? ???????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?????????????? ? ??????? ???????? ?????? ?????????? ??????? ? ?????????????? ?? ?????????????? ?????????? ???????????-?????? ????? ????????? ????????????? ? ????? ????????? ?? ?????????? ???????????? — ?? ?????????? ?????? —- ????? ???????? ?? ????? ????????? ?????????? I. ????? ??????? ?? ???? ????? ? ????????, ?????????? ??????? ?????????? ???????? ? ????????? ?????, ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ?????? ????? ?????, ? ????? ????, ?????? ????????? ???????????? ? ???????? ? ??????? ????????? ?????? ????? ????????? ?????????? ???????? ? ??????????? ? ?????????? ???????? ???????? ?????? ??????? ????????? ??????? ????? ???????????, ???????? ??????? ???? ?????????? ????????? «?????????». ?????? ??? ???? ??? ??????? ? ???????? ? ???????? ????? ???????? ?????? ??????? ?? ??????? ????????? ?????: ??-?? ??????? ????? I ???????? ????????? «????? ? ??????» ? ??????? ???? 1799 – 1800 ?????, ??? ??? ???????? ??????????? ???????? ? ?????, ??????? ????????? ?? ????????????? ????? ? ??????????? ? ??????? ??? ?? ??????? ?????? ? ????? ????????? ????? ??????????? ???????? ???????, ?? ???????? ?????? ?? ????? ??????? ???????? ????????? ??? ????????????????????? ??????? ????? ????? ??????????? ?????? ? ????????? ? ??? ??????????? ???????????? ????????? ????? ???? ???????????? ????????????????: «?????? ?? ????????????? ????? ??????? ??????????? ????? ????? ?????, ? ?????????? ???????? ? ??? ?????? ?? ???????????? ? ???? ??? ???????? ??? ????????? ???????, ? ????????, ????????; ?? ? ??? ???????????? ???, ??????????, ?????? ???????, ???? ???? ???????? ?????? ? ?????????». ??????? ???????? ????????? ?????? ???????????, ??????????, ??

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        Fifth Annual Message to Congress (National Intelligencer Extra)

      1805. First Edition . JEFFERSON, Thomas. [Fifth Annual Message to Congress.] This Day, at 12 O’Clock, the President of the United States Communicated, by Mr. Coles, his Secretary, the Following Message to Both Houses of Congress. IN: National Intelligencer Extraordinary. [Washington: Samuel Harrison Smith], December 3, 1805. Original folio sheet of laid paper printed on recto only, measuring 13 by 21-1/2 inches, uncut. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $4800.First public broadside printing of Jefferson’s fifth State of the Union address, in which he addresses threats of coastal and border violation by Spain, Britain and France, with his promises to reorganize the militia and augment the navy. Relations with neighboring Native American tribes are also discussed, including several significant recent purchases, and he alludes to the explorations of the Lewis and Clark expedition.“The National Intelligencer was the newspaper of record in the United States, particularly in regard to the proceedings of the federal government. Administration policies were announced and defended in its columns, yet it maintained a remarkably moderate and judicious tone” (Malone, 681). On December 3, 1805, the Intelligencer published this broadside text of Jefferson’s fifth annual Message to Congress, on the very day it was delivered. In his speech, the President characterized the times as “a moment when the nations of Europe are in commotion and arming against each other, and when those with whom we have principal intercourse are engaged in the general contest, and when the countenance of some of them toward our peaceable country threatens that even that may not be affected by what is passing on the general theater.” What follows is an angered recitation of numerous violations of American sovereignty by foreign powers, particularly a dispute with Spain concerning the exact boundaries of Louisiana and the serious threat to ports and coastal towns posed by the Spanish and pirates. He promises to arm the cities and patrol the waters with more ships. The President then reassures the public that the militia system continues to work and that he intends to augment the navy. “Jefferson deliberately adopted a strong tone in this public document. ‘The message is more energetic and warlike than any he ever sent to Congress,’ said Senator William Plumer. Hostile critics accused him of blustering in order to gratify the public, but, so far as his references to Spanish relations were concerned, he said privately that his major purpose was to impress the French. And, having concluded, after reading an early draft, that he had been too soft on the British, he toughened the passages relating to them in order to effect a better balance” (Malone, 69). In this message Jefferson also addresses the United States’ relations with neighboring Native American tribes, including three recent purchases of large tracts of land. “The three former purchases are important, in as much as they consolidate disjoined parts of our settled country, and render their intercourse secure; and the second particularly so as… it completes our possession of the whole of both banks of the Ohio, from its source to near its mouth, and the navigation of that river is thereby rendered forever safe to our citizens settled and settling on its extensive waters.” In a mention of the Missouri River and “other parts beyond the Mississippi,” he states: “A state of our progress in exploring the principal rivers of that country, and of the information respecting them hitherto obtained, will be communicated so soon as we shall receive some further relations which we have reason shortly to expect.” This is clearly an allusion to the progress of the Lewis and Clark expedition, initiated by Jefferson, which set out along the Mississippi, camped at the mouth of the Missouri during the winter of 1803-04, then followed the Missouri west and north searching for an all-water route across the continent. Jefferson would have had no way of knowing this at the time, of course, but less than a month before he delivered this message to Congress the Lewis and Clark expedition had reached the Pacific Coast. Around the time of this message, in early December, the expedition discovered the place where they would establish their winter quarters, Fort Clatsop. Typeset in three columns. Not in Shaw & Shoemaker (listing only two other broadside printings, both published a week later). Horizontal fold worn, with minor loss of a few words as follows: first column should read, “As we advance our knowledge of this disease, as facts [develop] the source from which the individuals [receive it, the State] authorities charged with the care of the public health;” second column should read, “In aid of these it is desirable we should have a [competent] number of gun-boats, [and the number, to be competent, must] be considerable;” third column should read, “thereby rendered forever safe to our citizens settled and settling on its [extensive] waters. The purchase from the Creeks [too, has been for] some time interesting to the state of Georgia.” A few stray spots of foxing along right-hand margin. An extremely good copy. Very scarce.

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        Neue Berg-Ordnung (Bergordnung) des K

      Aus der k. auch k.k. Hof- und Staats- Druckerey, Wien 1805 - Folio 34 x 22 cm), O-Halbledereinband mit marmorierten Deckeln. Lederecken. Kleines rotes R

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        Nouvelles méthodes pour la détermination des orbites des comètes.

      Paris: Firmin Didot, 1805. First edition, first issue of the invention of the method of least squares, "the automobile of modern statistical analysis" and the origin of "the most famous priority dispute in the history of statistics" (Stigler). "The great advances in mathematical astronomy made during the early years of the nineteenth century were due in no small part to the development of the method of least squares. The same method is the foundation for the calculus of errors of observation now occupying a place of great importance in the scientific study of social, economic, biological, and psychological problems. Gauss says in his work on the Theory of Motions of the Heavenly Bodies (1809) that he had made use of this principle since 1795 but that it was first published by Legendre. The first statement of the method appeared as an appendix entitled "Sur la méthode des moindres quarrés" in Legendre's Nouvelles méthodes pour la détermination des orbites des comètes, Paris 1805" (Wolberg, 'The Method of Least Squares,' in Designing Quantitative Experiments, 2010).  "[By] 1800 the principle of combining observational equations had evolved, through work of [Tobias] Mayer and [Pierre-Simon] Laplace, to produce a convenient ad hoc procedure for quite general situations. We have also seen how the idea of starting with a mathematical criterion had led, in work of [Roger] Boscovich and Laplace, to an elegant solution suitable for simple linear relationships involving only two unknowns. The first of these approaches developed through problems in astronomy; the second was (at least in these early years) exclusively employed in connection with attempts to determine the figure of the earth. These two lines came together in the work of a man who, like Laplace, was an excellent mathematician working on problems in both arenas

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        THE PHILOSOPHICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE SCIENCE OF BREWING; Containing Theoretic Hints on an Improved Practice of Brewing Malt Liquors; And Statical Estimates of the Materials for Brewing, Or a Treatise on the Application and Use of the Saccharometer; Being New Editions of Those Treatises, Corrected, and Greatly Enlarged, With Several New and Interesting Particulars; Including the Tables and Directions for using the Saccharometer, Heretofore given only with the Instrument.

      York: Printed for the Author ... 1805. . 3rd Ed. in Collected Form. xxxvii + 485pp. + [x]. Folding frontis., folding letterpress leaf. Ex.-libris Chris Marchbanks. Some light browning, rebound in modern boards, paper title label to spine. With the signature in pencil of A Crowley across head of title page. Crowley is documented as having purchased a Brew house in Turk Street Alton in 1821. John Richardson (1743–1815), brewer. ODNB ‘... by his own account he travelled throughout Britain and Europe while practising as a brewer, before settling in Hull and forming a partnership at the North Brewery, Wincolmlee, about 1783. A pioneer in bringing scientific measurement to brewing, he published two major books, Theoretic Hints on an Improved Practice of Brewing Malt-Liquors (1777) and Statical Estimates of the Materials for Brewing (1784). (These were bound together into one volume with consecutive pagination in 1788 as [the above]...’ US$599

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        Histoire Naturelle Des Mollusques Terrestres et Fluviatiles De La France // Compl

      Louis Colas // Lippmann, Paris // Verdun - 2 vol. In-4 : le premier : sans date (rapport pr

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        Travels through some parts of Germany, Poland, Moldavia, and Turkey. London, Straham, for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1818. 4to. With 15 aquatints on 11 plates by I. Clark after the designs of the author and dated 1818. All plates are exquisitely coloured by hand. Later three quarter morocco (ROOT, London).

      - Abbey, Travel 19; Atabey 859; Blackmer 1186; Tooley, Coloured plates 344; cf. DNB 40, pp. 137-140. Original and only edition of a vividly written account of a voyage through Germany, Poland, Moldavia and the Ottoman Empire, beautifully illustrated with 15 coloured aquatints. Neale subsequently visited Germany, Poland, Moldavia and the Ottoman Empire, ending up in Constantinople to take up his position as physician to the British embassy. The present book contains his autobiographical account of these travels from July 1805 to March 1806, partly through regions which had suffered, and were still suffering, the horrors and barbarism of the Napoleonic wars. Neatly re-backed with the original spine laid down. Fine copy of a handsomely illustrated account.

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        LETTRES MINERALOGIQUES ET GEOLOGIQUES SUR LES VOLCANS DE L?AUVERGNE Ecrites dans voyage fait en 1804.

      IMPRIMERIE LANDRIOT 1805 - An VII (1805) A CLERMONT de l?Imprimerie de Landriot In-8 plein veau, dos lisse agréablement ornés de fleurons dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge aux petits fers, coupes ornées d?une roulette, toutes tranches marbrées. 1 f. p. de fx titre, p. de titre, 2 ff. nn. pour l?Adresse à M. de LATOURETTE, ix pp. pour l?Avertissement, 459 pages dont Table des Principales Matières p. 405, la Table par Ordre Alphabétique p. 441, 1 ff. nn. pour les remarques sur les 2 Tableaux, et deux Grandes planches dépliantes h. t. pour les 2 tableaux. EDITION ORIGINALE BIEN COMPLETE DE SES DEUX PLANCHES DEPLIANTES. Bel Exemplaire de reliure et de texte. PAUL FRANCOIS LACOSTE né près de Toulouse, est un naturaliste aujourd'hui presque oublié qui, il y a deux siècles, enseigna pendant une vingtaine d'années l'histoire naturelle à Clermont-Ferrand et fut le directeur du jardin botanique de cette ville. Il s'intéressa également aux volcans d'Auvergne auxquels il consacra deux ouvrages. Disciple d' Eugène Patrin (1742-1825), il adhéra aux idées parfois extravagantes de celui-ci sur les volcans . Deux ans après la publication de ses Observations sur les volcans d'Auvergne, l'abbé Lacoste jugea nécessaire d'y ajouter un volume de Lettres minéralogiques et géologiques. traitant du même sujet, ce qui lui permit de retoucher son argumentation. C'est ainsi qu'il réexamina la question du retrait de la mer. L'abbé Paul-François Lacoste, naturaliste, géologue et volcanologue, nommé en 1798 professeur d'histoire naturelle à l'école centrale du Puy-de-Dôme. Il fut le premier directeur du jardin botanique qu'il développa et qui est à l'origine du jardin botanique actuel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Lady's Assistant for regulating and supplying the table., being a Complete System of Cookery. Likewise Directions for Brewing. The Ninth Edition, enlarged, corrected, and improved to the present time.

      London: Printed by T. Gillet. For Vernor and Hood. et al 1805 - 8vo, 210 x 126 mms., pp. iv [v - xx Contents], 422, 26 [Appendix], 19 [Index, 20 blank], with contemporary ms. recipe for calf's head, contemporary sheepskin, rebacked, spine blocked in gilt; text a bit foxed, corners and edges worn, but a good copy with the autograph "Mary Theresa Lord/ August 2nd 1834" on the top margin of the title-page. The folding leaf with the ms. recipe at the end of the volume might be in her autograph. First published in 1773, Charlotte Mason's The Lady's Assistant proved to be very popular with contemporary British Bake Off chefs. The first edition of the work was favourably reviewed in both The Critical Review and The Monthly Review in 1775, and the revised second edition, to which Mrs. Mason affixed her name, was also mentioned, with The Critical Review saying that it was "considerably enlarged.and forms a very complete system of cookery." Cagle 864 for an edition printed in 1804. OCLC locates two copies at the BL, while Copac adds a copu at the Bodleian. Most editions of The Lady's Assistant are uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Botanical Dictionary: or, Elements of systematic and philosophical Botany. London. Printed for H. D. Symonds 1805.

      1805. In 8°, bella leg. non coeva in mz. pelle marrone-chiaro, dorso a 5 nervi, fregi floreali impressi in oro negli scomparti, tassello in pelle verde con titolo impresso in oro, piatti marmorizzati, pp. 360 n.n., 3 tabelle più volte ripiegate e 25 tavv., molto belle, inc. in rame da F.Sanson, da dis. di Sydenham Teast Edwards, tutte finemente colorate a mano all'epoca e protette da veline, ogni tavola ha un testo esplicativo a fronte. Ottimo e raro esemplare, con barbe. BrM(NH), 1316 (solo per la prima ediz.).Pritzel, 6242. Opera stranamente ignorata dai principali repertori bibliografici specializzati, ricordata chiaramente solo da Pritzel. La prima ediz. è del 1770, la seconda del 1778. La terza è la più ricercata, in quanto arricchita dalle splendide tavole, appositamente stampate per questa edizione. Le tavole raffigurano per lo più dettagli di foglie, fiori, radici e frutti e vennero realizzate con grande maestria da Sydenham T.Edwards (1769?-1819), famoso pittore naturalista gallese, specializzato in botanica. L'Autore (1743-1815) era un botanico scozzese, autore di lavori di botanica sistematica. Le tre tabelle riportano i sistemi classificatori di Ray,Tournefort e Linneo.

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        THE ADVENTURES OF A PINCUSHION. Designed chiefly for the use of young ladies.

      Two volumes bound as one. Volume I: engraved frontispiece, iv, [5], 6 - 48pp. Volume II: 47pp. engraved frontispiece. Both volumes illustrated throughout with small woodcuts. Contemporary full calf gilt with red label to the spine. 12mo. Some minor staining and offsetting of frontispieces; the occasional mark; volume one has a previous owners note to recto of frontispiece and ownership name to title; spine has been expertly restored; else a very good copy.First published circa 1780, this copy can be dated approximately from the paper, which though chained, is issued from 140, Fleet Street, an address he moved to in 1805.

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        Voyage à Cayenne, dans les deux Amériques et chez les anthropophages

      First edition, illustrated frontispiece two leaflets (deported on a frigate and burials by black deportees). Brown sheepskin half time. Smooth back decorated with a series of 3 threads. Quleques friction. Corners bumped. Anti-revolutionary and royalist, columnist and songwriter Ange Pitou, having been arrested several times was finally sentenced to prison Cayenne. He was later pardoned by the emperor. After briefly spread his life story by the author here his arrest, imprisonment and deportation to Cayenne; there is the story of life in prison. There are many stories on blacks, Indians, cannibals and the French Revolution. In many ways, the story of the detention is instructive, and the author was accused of having exaggerated the cruelty of life in Guyana. At the end of Volume 2, a list of deportees left with the author, Don dead and escaped ... --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez l'auteur à Paris 1805 An XIII 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 8 (12,5x20,5cm) xlvij-312p. et 404pp. relié

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        Thomas Paine: Who Suggested that America should have a Monarch?

      New Rochelle, N.Y. 1805 - Autograph Letter Signed, to Elisha Babcock. New Rochelle, N.Y., July 2, 1805. 1 p., 8 x 10 in., with address leaf. Paine asks a newspaper publisher for the source of a report, that Great Britain had circulated a proposal "among the most influential federalists" recommending that the Duke of Clarence be made the King of America. This letter, attacking the Federalists generally and American monarchists specifically, is completely in line with a campaign he waged in his waning years against any in the United States who might yearn for a constriction of democracy and a resumption of monarchic rule in America. Thomas Paine returned to the United States in 1802, after living most of the previous fifteen years abroad. Shortly after his arrival in the United States he was hosted by Jefferson at the White House, and quickly became the target of Federalist attacks. Paine answered those attacks in published articles and in private letters - the present letter is one of those responses. He also asks why his letter (dated June 8) was not printed in the paper. TranscriptNew Rochelle July 2d '05--Citizen In your paper of June 27, in a piece containing remarks on a paragraph in the Norwich Centinel the writer of the remarks speaking of what several of the feds [i.e. Federalists] had said, adds the dissemination of the sentiments was only a preliminary measure to the acceptance of the proposal made by Great Britain and circulated secretly among the most influential federalists, Hamilton for one, viz, "That Great Britain to should cede Canada to the United States on condition that the Duke of Clarence should be placed on the American throne and recognized as the monarch of America." -- This might have been easily answered by saying We have blackguards enon of our own. I will, however, be obliged to you if you can give me any information respecting this proposal so as it may be traced to some source. You will recollect that Oliver Ellsworth was after his mission expired in France, went over to England, and I informed you near two years ago that he had declared himself a monarchist in a company of 10 or 12 persons and I gave you the name of the gentleman who told me of it and who was one of the company, but you made no use of the information. My last letter (the 8th) is the most important of any I have published. I have been disappointed in not seeing it in your paper. I have reason to believe the matters therein contained stated will be taken up at the next meeting of Congress, and the inquiry at that time, will not be sufficiently understood by those who had not an opportunity of seeing that letter. I know the feds want to keep that letter out of sight. Yours in friendship Thomas PaineHistorical BackgroundThe early 19th century saw the strengthening of Federalist sentiment in New England, culminating in the "Hartford Convention" from December 1814 to January 1815. In this letter, Paine writes Elisha Babcock, publisher of the American Mercury newspaper in Hartford, Connecticut. Paine rails against the "feds" and their supporters, specifically criticizing a notion that had been circulating in Connecticut newspapers that "Great Britain should cede Canada to the United States on condition that the Duke of Clarence should be placed on the American throne and recognized as the monarch of America."Paine asks Babcock for assistance in tracking down the source of this proposal. "I will.be obliged to you if you can give me any information respecting this proposal as it may be traced to some source. You will recollect that Oliver Ellsworth after his mission expired in France, went over to England, and I informed you nearly two years ago that he had declared himself a monarchist in a company of 10 or 12 persons and I gave you the name of the gentleman who told me of it and who was one of the company but you made no use of the information." Ellsworth was a former U.S. Senator from Connecticut - among other political p. (See website for full description)

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        Nouvelles méthodes pour la détermination des orbites des comètes.

      Paris: Firmin Didot, 1805. First edition, first issue of the invention of the method of least squares, "the automobile of modern statistical analysis" and the origin of "the most famous priority dispute in the history of statistics" (Stigler). "The great advances in mathematical astronomy made during the early years of the nineteenth century were due in no small part to the development of the method of least squares. The same method is the foundation for the calculus of errors of observation now occupying a place of great importance in the scientific study of social, economic, biological, and psychological problems. Gauss says in his work on the Theory of Motions of the Heavenly Bodies (1809) that he had made use of this principle since 1795 but that it was first published by Legendre. The first statement of the method appeared as an appendix entitled "Sur la méthode des moindres quarrés" in Legendre's Nouvelles méthodes pour la détermination des orbites des comètes, Paris 1805" (Wolberg, 'The Method of Least Squares,' in Designing Quantitative Experiments, 2010).  "[By] 1800 the principle of combining observational equations had evolved, through work of [Tobias] Mayer and [Pierre-Simon] Laplace, to produce a convenient ad hoc procedure for quite general situations. We have also seen how the idea of starting with a mathematical criterion had led, in work of [Roger] Boscovich and Laplace, to an elegant solution suitable for simple linear relationships involving only two unknowns. The first of these approaches developed through problems in astronomy; the second was (at least in these early years) exclusively employed in connection with attempts to determine the figure of the earth. These two lines came together in the work of a man who, like Laplace, was an excellent mathematician working on problems in both arenas

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        Travels through some parts of Germany, Poland, Moldavia, and Turkey. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown 1818. 4°. XIII, 295 S., 4 S. (Verlagsverz.), mit 15 Abb. auf 11 kolor. Aquatintatafeln, blindgepr. Kalbsldr. mit Rverg, goldgepr. Deckelfil. u. Innenkantenverg.

      - Abbey, Travel 19 - Atabey 859 - Blackmer 1186 - Tooley, Coloured plates 344.- Erste u. einzige Ausgabe.- Bericht des schotischen Arztes Adam Neale nach Konstantinopel in den Jahren 1805-06.- Mit 3 Kostümdarstellungen auf 2 Tafeln u. 12 Ansichten auf 9 Tafeln, darunter Dresden, Königstein (Sachsen), Meissen(2), Brünn, Prag, Halytsch (Ukraine), Terapia (Bosporus), Jassy, Agatopoli, Eneada (Schwarzes Meer).- Leicht gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. fleckig.# First and only edition.- With 15 aquatints on 11 plates by I. Clark after the designs of the author.- Neale travelled in 1805 and 1806 to take up a postion as doctor to the Embassy in Constantinople.- The plates show Greek and Turkish costumes, Dresden, Koenigstein, Meissen, Prague, Brunn, Halych Castle, Teria, Jassy, Agatopoli, Eneada.- Slightly browned or brown spots, binding slightly rubbed and stained.

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        The Bravo of Venice Original boards

      

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        Voyage en Morée, à Constantinople, en Albanie, et dans plusieurs autres parties de l'Empire Othoman pendant les années 1798, 1799, 1800 et 1801. Comprenant la description de ces pays, leurs productions, les m?urs, les usages, les maladies et le commerce de leurs habitans ; avec des rapprochemens entre l'état actuel de la Grèce, et ce qu'elle fut dans l'antiquité... Ouvrage enrichi d'un précis historique et géographique sur l'ancienne Épire, et de cartes dressées par M. Barbié du Bocage...

      Paris, chez Gabon & Cie, 1805, 3 tomes in 8°, de 2ff. VII-542pp. & 2ff. XV-287pp. & 2ff. XXI-344pp., ill. d'un tableau dépl. et de 5 planches gravées la plupart se dépl. (costumes, plan de la plaine de Tripolitza, vue du château des sept tours à Constantinople, plan de la plaine de Janina), relié en 2 vol. demi-veau moucheté, dos lisse orné, p. de t. rouge et verte, plats papier marbré, bel exemplaire (ex-libris Marquis de Civille, avec quelques notes manuscrites rajoutées en tête) Edition originale rare. Médecin, Pouqueville accompagna l'expédition d'Égypte. Capturé par des pirates tripolitains en 1798, il est emprisonné à Constantinople pendant 3 ans. Libéré en 1801, il est nommé Consul Général de France auprès d'Ali Pacha de Janina par Napoléon Ier. Il voyage abondamment pendant quinze ans dans la Grèce et les Balkans sous domination turque. La part qu'il prit à l'affranchissement de la Grèce est aussi remarquable qu'incontestée. ¶ Atabey, 963 - Blackmer, 1344 - Boucher de La Richarderie II, 242-266 "Le Voyage de M. Pouqueville en Morée, ne nous laisse plus rien à désirer pour la parfaite connaissance de cette péninsule" - Monglond VI, 1117.

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        The Trident of Albion, an Epic Effusion; and a oration of the influence of elocution on martial enthusiasm; with an Address to the Shade of Nelson: delivered at the Lyceum, Liverpool, on occasion of the late glorious naval victory. To which is prefixed, an introductory discourse on the nature and objects of elocutionary science.

      Liverpool: printed, for the Author, by G.F. Harris. 1805 [5], vi-viii, 64pp, half title. 8vo. Half title & final leaf rather dusty & stained, faint ex-library stamp to titlepage verso. Expertly bound in recent half calf, gilt banded spine, dark green morocco label, marbled boards.Thelwall and his 'effusion' on Nelson's death were parodied by Wordsworth in Benjamin the Waggoner [1806]. "The way-worn rover whom honest Benjamin has befriended suddenly transforms into a showman, trundling an incongruous model of a ship on wheels, which he announces is 'the Flag ship at the Nile'. He then leaps on to a table to deliver an oration on Nelson's victory, in a brilliant parody of Thelwall 'in full trim' -." (Ref: John Thelwall in the Wordsworth Circle: The Silenced Partner. By Judith Thompson, Macmillan, 2012'.)

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        A HISTORY OF BRITSH BIRDS. The figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick. Vol. I. containing the History and Description of Land Birds. Volume II. Containing the History and Description of Water Birds. [Second editions].

      Vol I: xxxviii, 346 pages. Volume II: xxii 400 pages. Together with, A GENERAL HISTORY OF QUADRUPEDS. The figures engraved on wood by Thomas Bewick. The fifth edition. Edward Walker for T. Bewick. 1807. X, 525, [1 ad'] pages. The three volumes bound in identical full tree calf gilt, with twin black and green gilt labels; the lower labels having the volume numbers I - III.Octavos. Bindings: 24.8 x 16.2 cm. Some light foxing to a few of the signatures in the 'Water Birds'; some expert restoration the bindings; some light browning to endpapers; bookplates of Martin Dunn Newcastle on Tyne, and Vittorio Ariloli to front pastedowns. An excellent and handsome set of Thomas Bewick's major works.

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        Insectes recueillis en Afrique et en Amerique, dans les Royaumes d'Oware et de Benin, a Saint-Domingue et dans les Etats-Unis, pendant les annees 1786-1797.

      Paris: Levrault, Schoell et Cie., 1805. [iv], xvi, 100 pages of text. 38 plates of which 36 are hand-colored and two are in black & white. Contemporary marbled paper-covered hardcover binding is heavily worn, remaining intact. The first few pages are moderately to heavily foxed, with minor to moderate foxing scattered throughout the text. Several plates have minor foxing, mostly to the margins, with several with moderate foxing, in seveal cases in the image area. The pages measure 17.5 inches in height. The plates included are Apteres I; Orthopteres I, II, III and XII; Hemipteres I, II, V, VI, and VII; Lepidopteres I, Ib, II, III, XX, XXI and XXIII; Hymenopteres I, II, VII and IX; Dipteres I and II; Coleopteres I, Ib, Ic, II, IIb, III, IIIb, IV, V, VII, VIII and XI. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Folio.

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        Mein Sommer 1805.

      XXVIII, 262 S., 1 Bl. 20,5 x 13 cm. Halbleder der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. (Wilpert/Gühring II, 17.) Einband leicht berieben Vorsatz mit schönem Exlibris Titelblattrückseite mit zwei leicht durchschlagenden Besitzstempeln sonst gut erhalten. - Seumes zweites Reisebuch, das die Erlebnisse seiner Reise von Ende März bis in den September 1805 rund um die Ostsee, durch Polen, Russland und Skandinavien schildert. Mit einem entschiedenen politischen Vorwort, das ein Verbot des Buches in mehreren Ländern nach sich zog.

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        Analyse raisonnée de la Discussion du Code civil au Conseil d`État, contenant Le Texte des Lois; Le Précis des Observations faites sur chaque Article, et les Motifs de la décision du Conseil; L`Indication de la Confirmité et de l`Opposition de ces Articles aux Lois anciennes; Les Arrets rendus par la Cour de Cassation pour en fixer le sens; Et les Observations particulières de l`Auteur, pour concilier et rectifier quelques-uns de ces Articles, et faciliter l`intelligence des autres; par Jacques de MALEVILLE, Second président de ladite Cour, et l`un des Rédacteurs du Code civil.

      Garnery rue de Seine; Laporte quai des Lunettes arcade Lamoignon, Paris 1805 - Deuxième Édition. 4 Bde. Paris, Garnery, rue de Seine; Laporte, quai des Lunettes, arcade Lamoignon, 1805-1807. 8vo. (1:) XIX, 504; (2:) VIII, 541; (3:) 500; (4:) 495 S. Originale einheitliche Interimsbroschuren. (unbeschnittener Originalzustand, Papier sehr frisch). Malevilles (1741-1824) berühmte vierbändige "Analyse raisonnée" über die Diskussion zum Code Civil im Staatsrat war ein umfassender, hochinteressanter Kommentar über das Zustandekommen, die Grundlagen und die Ausgestaltung jedes Artikels. Malleville behandelt darin in durchaus unparteiischer Weise die am umstrittensten und am kontroversesten diskutierten Fragen im Entstehungsprozeß des Code Civil. In der Befolgung der Legalordnung des Code civil zeigt Maleville an den einzelnen Gesetzen auf, warum die eine oder andere Meinung bei der Ausgestaltung des Gesetzes den Vorzug erhalten hat. Er fügt an, warum die eine oder andere Lücke geblieben ist und vor allem, auf welche Weise die geltende Gesetzesregelung vom Ius Romanum auf der einen Seite und dem Gewohnheitsrecht (droit coutumier) auf der anderen Seite abgewichen ist. - Im Jahre 1800, an VIII, am 24. Thermidor des französischen Revolutionskalenders, wurde Maleville von Napoléon beauftragt, zusammen mit TRONCHET, PORTALIS und BIGOT-PRÉAMENEU einen Entwurf eines Code Civil auszuarbeiten. Von Napoléon war Maleville als Sekretär und Redakteur innerhalb der Kommisison beauftragt. Seine drei Kollegen beteiligten ihn aber gleichberechtigt an allen Kommsisionssitzungen. Innerhalb der Kommission suchte er den Standpunkt des Ius Romanum bei der Ausgestaltung des Entwurfes einzubringen. Bisweilen schoß Maleville auch über dass Ziel hinaus, beispielsweise als er entgegen den Errungenschaften der französischen Revolution, die auch die gesetzlichze Gleichberechtigung der Frau forderte, die Verwirklichung des patriachalischen, römischen Familienmodells forderte. Die Paterfamilias war für ihn beispielgebend und sollte nach seinen Vorstellungen auch Inhalt des Code civil werden. In diesem Sinne lehnte Maleville auch die Ehescheidung ab, einer der großen Errungenschaften der französischen Revolution. Stark romanistisch war er auch im Erbrecht, vor allem bei der im Ius Romanum ausgeprägten grenzelosen Testierfreiheit. - Maleville war bis zum Jahre 1770 Advokat am Parlament zu Bordeaux, zog sich dann aber nach Domme im Pérogard zurück. Die französische Revolution drängte ihn wieder ins öffentliche Leben zurück. Dort übernahm er Aufgaben in der Justiz und in der französischen Gesetzgebung. Maleville war ein Parteigänger der Revolution und wurde im Jahre 1790 zunächst Mitglied, später Direktor des Direktoriums im Département Dordogne. Ein Jahr später wurde er als Richter an das Kassationsgericht zu Paris (cour de cassation), dem obersten französischen Gericht, berufen. Dort wirkte er als Richter bis 1794. Von 1795 bis 1799 wurde Maleville in den Ältestenrat berufen. Im Jahre 1800 schloß er sich Napoléon Bonaparte an, der ihn erneut zum Richter am Kassationsgericht ernannte, wo er bald Präsident der zivilrechtlichen Abteilung wurde. Im Jahre 1806 wurde er zum Senator ernannt und in den Grafenstand erhoben, wandte sich später jedoch von Napoléon ab. Er stimmte für die Entlassung Napoléons und die Rückkher der Bourbonen zu. Nachdem er sich mit der Restauration verbündet hatte, wurde er 1814 zum Pair und 1817 zum Marquis ernannt. (unbeschnittener Originalzustand, Papier sehr frisch).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat + Verlag Klaus Breinlich]
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        Autograph Letters Signed

      1805. FOUR AUTOGRAPH LETTERS with good content by Humphry Davy to his close friend and patron Davies Gilbert. In one letter, written on the recto of one sheet with Gilbert's address on verso, Davy mentions a recent visit to William Herschel ("... I have been very much delighted to see the activity & zeal with which Mr Herschell pursues Astronomy & the perfect state of his instruments..."); in another letter (one sheet, both sides), Davy writes emotionally to Gilbert about his health and the Presidency of the Royal Society: "...I am very anxious to learn the state of your feelings with respect to the Presidency, if what I fear must be the case the state of my health obliges me to resign...". Gilbert would indeed succeed Davy as President of the Royal Society in 1827 after Davy resigned due to illness.In the third letter (one sheet, both sides), Davy writes to Davy while convalescing with Coleridge's friend Tom Poole ("...Mr Poole my kind Host desires to be respectfully remembered to the Pres. RS...."). In the final letter (half sheet, one side) Davy addresses a simple business matter. Each letter is signed "H. Davy".1805-27. Folds and a few spots of early tape reinforcement. Remnants of wax seal on letter mentioning Herschel. Generally very good.Note: A custom cloth box is available for $250. Very Good.

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        \"Der untere Theil des Fürstenthums Bayreuth, entworfen 1763 von Matth. Ferd. Cnopf\".

       Altkol. Kupferstich bei Homann Erben, dat. 1805, 41,5 x 54,5 cm. Zeigt das \"Kammeramt\" Neustadt mit allen Städten und Ortschaften. - Links oben Titelkartusche, darunter \"Erklärung der Zeichen\". - Geglättete Faltspuren. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Franken, Landkarten

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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.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        LEÇONS POUR DES ENFANS, De l'Age de deux jusqu' cinq Ans. Ouvrage en quatre parties. Traduit de l'Anglois De Mde Barbauld par M. Pasquier.

      viii, 181, [1 blank], [2 ad's] pages. Contemporary marbled boards recently re-backed in plain, untitled, sheep. Binding: 14.3 x 9cm. Ownership name on endpaper; else a very good copy. Darton G68(2). Darton records two copies only of this edition. First translated into French in 1793.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        Charte von America.

      Augsburg, Walch 1805. Altkol. Kupferstich. Größe ca.51 x 60 cm. -Etw. knickf., gering fl.Versand D: 7,00 EUR Amerika, Nordamerika, old maps.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ottmar Müller]
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        An Abridgment of the History of France. For the Use of Schools. Translated from the French by a Lady.

      Chelsea: Printed by Stanhope and Tilling for T. Faulkner, 1805 - Octavo (160 x 93 mm). Contemporary marbled calf, spine in compartments with gilt titles direct, marbled endpapers. Contemporary gift inscription on front free endpaper verso. Extremities rubbed and lightly chipped, contents clean and fresh. A very good copy. A bilingual juvenile history of France with parallel French and English title pages and texts and an early publication by Chelsea historian and publisher Thomas Faulkner (1777–1855).

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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 ter

      First edition. Printed for Richard Phillips. London, 1805. 4to. xiv, 487, (1)pp. 1 map, 20 hand coloured plates. Recent half calf, marbled boards, raised bands to spine, in six compartments with gilt motifs and lettering, title label with gilt lettering. Some variable foxing and offsetting. Small spot between lines on p 61. Signature "Westmorland" in pencil to ffep. The beautiful hand coloured plates in slightly smaller format on heavier paper depict the costume of various segments of Peruvian society. Abbey Travel 723. Sabin 81615. Colas 2751.

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