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        [CONSECUTIVE RUN OF EARLY LOUISIANA LAWS FOR THE FIRST SIX SESSIONS OF THE TERRITORIAL LEGISLATURE, 1806 - 1811]

      New Orleans. 1806-1811.. Six volumes, publication details and pagination provided in the listing below. Antique-style half calf and marbled boards, leather label. Small ink library stamp to titlepages, embossed blind-stamp to two titlepages, occasional ink ownership signature, a couple of small paper repairs. Overall a very good set. A very desirable run of the session laws issued by the Orleans Territorial Legislature (with the volumes for the first and second session of each of the three legislatures present) between its formation, when it succeded the unelected Legislative Council, to the last session, after which Louisiana achieved statehood and ceased to be a Territory in 1812. All volumes printed in English and French on facing pages. The first imprint is the exceedingly rare 1806 first edition of the first session laws of the first legislature, which was subsequently reprinted the next year. It is almost never seen in the marketplace. In fact, all of these volumes are quite rare both institutionally and in the marketplace. In almost forty years, we've only ever offered three of the six imprints, not including the 1806 edition. ^The imprints included here are as follows: ^1) BY AUTHORITY. ACTS PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans. Bradford & Anderson, 1806. ix,221pp. JUMONVILLE 131. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 89. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 11077. SABIN 42183. ^2) ACTS PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans. Bradford & Anderson, 1807. ix,207pp. JUMONVILLE 145. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 98. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 13297. THOMPSON 1082. ^3) ACTS PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SECOND LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans. Bradford & Anderson, 1808. ix,145pp. JUMONVILLE 173. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 131. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 15813. THOMPSON 1083. ^4) ACTS PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE SECOND LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans. Printed at the Office of the Louisiana Courier, 1809. xi,85pp. JUMONVILLE 186. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 148. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 18301. THOMPSON 1084. ^5) ACTS PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRD LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans: Thierry & Dacqueny, 1810. ix,77pp. JUMONVILLE 203. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 160. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 20962. THOMPSON 1085. ^6) ACTS PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRD LEGISLATURE OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS.... New Orleans: Thierry, 1811. [1],237pp. JUMONVILLE 215. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 23605. THOMPSON 1086. JUMONVILLE 131, 145, 173, 186, 203, 215. McMURTRIE (NEW ORLEANS) 89, 98, 131, 148, 160. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 11077, 13297, 15813, 18301, 20962, 23605. THOMPSON 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086. SABIN 42183.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        A NEW ATLAS OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, WITH A WHOLE SHEET GENERAL MAP OF THE WEST INDIA ISLANDS, AND A WHOLE SHEET MAP OF THE ISLAND OF HISPANIOLA, OR ST. DOMINGO

      Philadelphia, 1806. Quarto. Original marbled boards, neatly rebacked in antique calf, spine gilt, leather label. Text leaves lightly toned, scattered foxing to maps. Slight separation at folds of Hispaniola map. A few small tears at edges. About very good. A rare early American atlas, published to accompany the Philadelphia edition of Bryan Edwards' HISTORY OF THE WEST INDIES (1806), first published in London in 1793. Edwards (1743-1800) was a British politician and sometime Jamaica planter. "Edwards was a diligent and able writer of West Indian history. Of his literary works, the most important is his two-volume HISTORY, CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL, OF THE BRITISH COLONIES IN THE WEST INDIES, published in London in 1793. According to Elsa Goveia, its scope is large, providing 'a complete account of the British islands - their origin and progress, their political system, their inhabitants, customs, institutions, agriculture and commerce.' Edwards wrote that he attempted 'to describe the manners and dispositions of the present inhabitants, as influenced by climate, situation, and other local causes...an account of the African slave trade, some observations on the negro character and genius, and reflections on the system of slavery established in our colonies.' This classic work ran into five editions, was expanded to five volumes in the last edition, which appeared in 1819, and was translated into French, German, Dutch, Portuguese, and Italian" - DNB. This production is notable as a piece of early American cartography. The first American atlas of any kind was produced in 1794 by Mathew Carey, also of Philadelphia. James Humphreys (1748-1810) was an ambitious Philadelphia printer who began printing prior to the Revolution. His unwillingness to openly side with the American cause during the war resulted in his being labeled as a Loyalist, which had a somewhat negative impact on his later career. He left Philadelphia with the British, moving to New York and then later to England and Nova Scotia before returning to Philadelphia in 1797 to reestablish his press. This handsome atlas is one of the most important of his publications from his later career. The maps were engraved by Joseph H. Seymour, an American- trained engraver who began working for Isaiah Thomas in Worcester, Massachusetts as early as 1791. He worked for Thomas extensively until relocating to Philadelphia from about 1803 to 1822, where he continued his trade as an engraver, producing this atlas, among his other works. The maps are as follows: "A General Map of the West Indies," as well as individual maps of Jamaica, Barbados, Grenada, St. Vincent, Dominica, St. Christopher and Nevis, Antigua, the Virgin Islands, Tobago, and Hispaniola. The "General Map" as well as the maps of Jamaica and Hispaniola are larger, folding sheets.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        THE NAVIGATOR: OR THE TRADERS' USEFUL GUIDE IN NAVIGATING THE MONONGAHELA, ALLEGHENY, OHIO, AND MISSISSIPPI RIVERS...ILLUSTRATED WITH THIRTEEN ACCURATE MAPS OF THE MISSISSIPPI, AND ONE OF PITTSBURGH

      Pittsburgh, 1806. Original limp paper-covered boards. Noticeably worn, spine perished and reinforced with later sewn thread, corners worn. Dampstain to first few leaves, contemporary notations and marginalia, minor foxing. Good. The rare and important fifth edition, the first to contain navigation charts, covering the Mississippi River from the junction of the Ohio to New Orleans. This is an especially interesting copy for the ownership inscription and notations found on the front endpapers and flyleaves, and in the marginalia on four pages of the text. The book is signed "John Seelye Book Cape Girardeau upper Louisiana now State of Masoura [sic] December 11th, 1807." Then, in a striking narrative that emcompasses five lines on the front free endpaper and the entirety of the next three flyleaves, the owner relates a perilous journey down the White River from Missouri to New Orleans (with "but this book...for my guide to N. Orleans"), during which he almost lost his life and his horse after mis-judging the depth of the river and falling into frigid whitewater. He made his way to a house after his "cloth[e]s were frozen as stiff as possibly could be." Here, the locals told Seelye that the waters of the river "are so transparent that you may see the smallest fish at its bottom when the waters are at the highest." Apparently, the house at which he stopped belonged to a family who owned dogs that Seelye had shot for "evil(?) conduct." He thanks his "creator" that they were not at home to exact revenge, and further gives praise for his "miraculous escape from the icey waters of White River" and then signs his name. On the next leaf is a note stating he bought the book for 75¢ in Pittsburgh on Dec. 26, 1805. Considering this book was actually utilized for the purpose for which it was created, used by someone traveling downriver to New Orleans, some of the condition factors can be understood. In fact, the dampstains to the preliminary pages are likely from his accidental fall into the White River. Seelye was no armchair navigator. He journeyed down the White River to the Mississippi, making extensive notes in the margins of the section of the book on the Mississippi River, mainly about the trees and plants he found along the way, namely cedar, mulberry, tobacco, hemp, flax, sugar, and fruit trees. He also mentions Indians, and complains about the lack of prepared wine found in the region. A short note on p.14 reads, "The Cotton tree is of all kinds most useful and numerous." "Most widely used guide to western waters in the early period, both before and after the application of steam in 1807" - Howes. A wonderful copy with contemporary provenance.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language. . .

      Hartford: From Sydney's Press for Hudson & Goodwin, 1806. First Edition. Half Leather. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. First edition. Complete with xxiii introductory pages, (1) page of abbreviations, and 408 text pages. Sound binding with original free endpapers. Clean pages. Owner's name at top of title page. Very attractively rebacked in half-leather with marbled boards, and gilt lettering. The first edition of Noah Webster's dictionary, see Sabin 102347. This first truly American dictionary was the first to document distinctly American vocabulary such as skunk, hickory, and chowder. Webster also attempted to reduce the inconsistencies in English spelling and incorporated changes based on his vision of logic and aesthetics such as changing many "ce" endings to "se" (e.g., changing defence to defense), eliminating silent "l"s (e.g. changing travell to travel), removing superfluous "u"s (e.g., changing humour to humor), and abandoning silent "k"s (e.g. changing publick to public) - see "Noah Webster and America's First Dictionary" at the Merriam-Webster website.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        Atlas du dictionnaire de geographie universelle, ancienne, du moyen age et moderne, comparées. Paris, Desray, 1806.

      - Oblong atlas (270 x 210mm), with 45 engraved maps by Glot with outline colour - complete as listed. Modern, plastified linen binding, new endpapers, paper lightly browned at the edges. All maps in good condition. First edition of this atlas, in which 41 (of 45) maps depict the situation of ca. 1805, including a world map. Map nr. 14 ( The Netherlands) is entitled ‘La Republique Batave’ as the country was called between 1795 and 1806. In the ‘Table’ the title is changed by hand into ‘Royaume des Pays-Bas’, the official name of the country from June 1806 onwards.B0078.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur]
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        THE HISTORY AND TREATMENT OF THE DISEASES OF THE TEETH, THE GUMS, AND THE ALVEOLAR PROCESSES,

      London, printed by James Swan for Thomas Cox, 1806.. with the operations which they respectively require. To which are added, observations on other diseases of the mouth, and on the mode of fixing artificial teeth. FIRST EDITION, 1806, 4to, approximately 275 x 220 mm, 10¾ x 8½ inches, 9 engraved plates at rear facing explanations, pages (4), 170, (10), bound in full contemporary calf, decorative gilt border to covers, small gilt emblem in centre of upper cover showing pelican feeding her young with blood from her chest, with initials of Corpus Christi College Oxford beneath, expertly rebacked with gilt decoration and gilt lettered morocco label, new endpapers. Corners slightly worn, covers lightly rubbed and lightly scuffed, title page slightly dusty and with a couple of tiny chips to edges, occasional slight foxing to margins, a little light staining to a couple of lower margins, offsetting from plates onto description pages, light foxing to margins of plates. Binding tight and firm, very good copy. Joseph Fox (1775?-1816) was a pupil of Hunter, a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and the first dental surgeon to be appointed at Guy"s Hospital in London in 1799. He was also one of the first members of the medical profession to devote himself exclusively to dentistry, and his work is a repository of the best practice of his time. This volume, his second book, and his first book entitled The Natural History of Teeth contain the "substance of the Lectures delivered by the Author at Guy"s Hospital" page (3). The History and Treatment of the Teeth is divided into 3 parts: Of Diseases of the Teeth; Of Diseases of the Gums; and Of the Manner of Performing some Operations upon the Teeth. See: Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 3, page 50. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Nouveau voyage dans la partie méridionale de l'Afrique; Où l?on examine quelle est l?importance du Cap de Bonne-espérance pour les différentes puissances de l?Europe, considéré comme station militaire et navale; comme boulevard du commerce et de la domination des Anglais dans l?Inde; comme centre des établissements pour la pêche de la baleine dans les mers Australes; comme acquisition territoriale, et comme entrepôt en temps de paix. Accompagné d?une description statistique de la colonie, rédigée sur les documens les plus authentiques . En 2 volumes.

      Paris, Dentu, 1806, - in-8vo, X + 310 p + 1 ff. bl. + 4 ff. (p. 393 à 399: Generum). / 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre) + 312 p. + 8 cartes dépl., pt. timbre ?Legat Guggisberg? sur faux-titre, timbre ?Soc. de Lecture de Genève? sur titre, sous le titre ms. ?acquis pour la Société de lecture?, reliure en d.-veau d?époque, pièce de titre et de tomaison au dos, bas du dos avec impression or ?Société de Lecture? bel exemplaire. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        Institutiones logicae, in usum academicum conscriptae. Ed. tertia.

      Leyden Luchtmans 1806 - 8vo. (4) leaves, 254 p. Contemporary calf, spine and covers richly gilt, morocco label. A large paper copy. All edges gilt. Very beautiful book.ÒD. van de Wijnpersse [1724-1808], one of the most influential philosophers in The Netherlands during the second half of the 18th century . 1752 appointed professor of Philosophy at Groningen . In 1769 he was appointed in Leiden . Logic is defined as the art of providing the intellect with the rules that lead to certain knowledge. ÔModern philosophyÕ calls logic the art of thinking, and the logician a physician of the mind. Logic consists of a so-called theoretical an a practical part. Subsequently Van de Wijnpersse deals with ideas, judgement, reasoning, and the certainty of the different forms of knowledge. The certainty of our knowledge of the external world is based on sense perception, and the analogy and the testimony of other persons .Ó (Dictionary of 17th & 18th century Dutch philosophers). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BAYERN. - Trachten. - Baierische Volkstrachten.

      Fleischmann),, (Mchn., 1806 - 2. Lieferung. 4 Bl. Mit 6 altkolierten Aquatinta-Radierungen von Ludwig Neureuther. Colas 2548; Hiler 748; Lipperheide Dfc 4; Maillinger IV, 636; nicht bei Lentner. - Von den ursprünglich geplanten 6-8 Lieferungen erschienen nur zwei. "Bloß vaterländische Künstler sind bei der Bearbeitung gebraucht worden. Zeichnung und Stich besorgte der Hofmaler Neureuther; die Illumination der Miniatur-Maler Rummel, die Abdrücke der Kupferplatten der Kupferdrucker Hellriegel, und den Druck der Schrift der Bürger und Buchdrucker Zängl . die Beschreibung selbst aber (verdanke ich) der gütigen Mittheilung meines würdigen Freundes des Landes-Directions-Raths von Obernberg" (der Herausgeber auf dem hinteren Umschlag der 1. Lieferung). - Die 6 Aquatintastiche des Landschafts- und Figurenmalers Ludwig Neureuther (Jägersburg um 1770 - 1832 Bamberg, Vater von Eugen Neureuther) sind mit äußerster Sorgfalt koloriert. Sie stellen folgende Trachten dar: Bauer und Bäuerinnen von Rothenbuch, die Jachenauer (zwei Burschen) und Bäuerin aus der Jachenau, die Werdenfelser Bauern und Mädchen. - Die im Handel kaum vorkommende komplette 1. Lieferung des bayerischen Trachtenwerkes liegt hier in einem breitrandigen, sauberen und farbfrischen Exemplar vor. Von großer Seltenheit. OBroschur mit rotem, aufgeklebtem illustr. original Titelschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Thomas Jefferson and James Madison sign a very clean and bright four-language Ship's Paper for the ship Betsey, which was lost in the English Channel a month after sailing from New York

      [Washington], November 3, 1806. 20.5" x 16.5". "Partly-printed Document Signed, ""Th:Jefferson,"" as President, 1 page, 20.5"" x 16.5"", [Washington], November 3, 1806, countersigned, ""James Madison,"" as Secretary of State, a four-language ship's paper issued to master Thomas Doyle of the Ship Betsey bound for Amsterdam. Expected folds, very minor chips and tears at margins, light soiling to verso, else fine condition with two intact embossed seals of the United States.The ship's paper, issued in English, Dutch, French and Spanish at New York by Collector David Gelston, who signs immediately below Madison's signature, noted that the ship Betsey was bound for Amsterdam with a cargo of ""Ashes - Sugar - Coffee, Tobacco & Logwood"" The 269 ton ship cleared the harbor several days after the passport was issued and arrived in Amsterdam but was lost in mid-December near Plymouth, England. Five aboard were reported drowned. (Republican Watch Tower, New York, Nov. 7, 1806, 2; Public Advertiser, New York, Feb. 14, 1807, 3)The paper features very clean examples of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison signatures and is additionally signed by William Bleecker (1722-1818) as notary public?"a member of the family that is the namesake for Bleecker Street in New York."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Rinder, Schaf und Ziege auf der Weide, links der strohgedeckte Stall.

      - Aquarell über leichter Skizze in schwarzer Kreide, mit schwarzer Tuschlinie umrandet, auf Whatman-Papier, links innerhalb der Darstellung signiert und datiert „JKobell 1806", verso mehrere handschriftliche Notizen in Bleistift. 32,2:28,2 cm. - Papier stellenweise leicht vergilbt, am rechten Rand unbedeutender Lichtrand. Vergleichsliteratur: P.A. Scheen, Lexicon nederlandse beeldende Kunstenaars 1750-1950. ,s-Gravenhage, 1969, Bd. I, S. 615, Abb. 83. Im Jahr der Entstehung dieses meisterhaften und bildmäßig durchgeführten Aquarells wurde Kobell Mitglied des Utrechter „Schilderscollege". Paulus Potter (1625-1654), der bedeutende holländische Tiermaler des 17. Jahrhunderts, war sein Vorbild. Kobells Gemälde und Zeichnungen waren bereits bei seinen Zeitgenossen hochgeschätzt.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        K366]. Idomeneo Re di Creta o sia Ilia e Idamante Drama Eroico in tre atti. prezzo 48 fr. [Full score]

      Chez N. Simrock. Paris: H. Simrock, professeur, marchand de musique et d'instrumens, rue du Mont Blanc No. 373. Chaussée d'Antin près le Boulevard. [PN 444] [ca 1806], Bonn - First Edition, 6th issue. Scarce. Haberkamp p. 165. Hoboken II, 108 (another issue). Hirsch II, 654. RISM M4187. Overture and 32 numbers, including 2 ballets. Libretto by Gianbattista Varesco after Antoine Danchet's "Idomenée," German version by Andreas Schachtner (1780). Mozart's setting of Varesco's libretto (based on a French opera by Danchet and Campra) was first performed on January 29, 1781 at the Residenz Theater in Munich. "Having completed nine operatic works, Mozart, aged twenty-four, was commissioned to write an opera by the Elector Karl Theodor of Bavaria, formerly of Mannheim, who had moved to Munich in January 1778. He began work in Salzburg in October 1780 and moved to Munich in November to complete the work with the singers, several of whom he knew from Mannheim days. The opera was successful but there were no further performances in other houses and the amateur performance in Vienna took place five years later." Robbins Landon: The Mozart Companion, p. 248. "Idomeneo sprang from a specific tradition and far outstripped it. The happy auspices under which it was created brought forth from Mozart a work so demanding that it could hardly be performed elsewhere. Even the Mannheim-Munich forces were probably not ready for its boldness. "Magnificent," "expressive," "novel," "powerful," "and "strange," its first auditors called it, with the dominating impression certainly the last. For all but a few the profundities of this opera eroica were too deep. In the decade Mozart had left to live, it had already became a work dispossessed. This is perhaps one of the reasons why he loved it especially among all his works." Heartz: Mozart's Operas, p. 34. "There may not be here the delicate psychological detail that we find in Figaro and Cosi fan tutti, or the sublime naturalness and simplicity of Die Zauberflote -- these would both have been completely foreign to the general style of the opera -- but there is a monumental strength and a white heat of passion that we find in this early work of Mozart's and shall never find again. Idomeneo is the first and last 'opera seria' that represents the complete and mature Mozart." Dent: Mozart's Operas (2nd ed.), p. 45. Folio. 19th century half-calf marbled boards, paper title label to spine. 1f. (title), [1] (blank), [2] (Personaggi), 3-123, [i] (blank), [i] (title to Act II), 124-223, [i] (blank), [i] (title to Act III), 224-365 pp. Engraved. With text in Italian. From the collection of the noted German music historian and author of the first major biography of Mozart, Otto Jahn (1813-69), with his bookplate "Inter Folia Fructus" to front pastedown and with an autograph entry to p. 363 (the word "coda" written twice in ink in his fine, distinctive hand to outer margin). With some additional pencilled markings, cancels, etc., possibly in Jahn's hand. With small handstamp "Karl Tittel Kantor und Organist" in purple ink to title and following leaf.Binding worn and scuffed; spine chipped at head and tail; upper detached; lower hinge splitting. Occasional minor blemishes, but a very good copy overall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC]
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        The Love of Truth / Mark the Boy / [cut illustrating the famous story of George Washington and the cherry tree, featuring a boy with a hatchet and his well-dressed father at the tree in the middle of a lush garden, a large plantation house in the background, 5 x 10 inches] / [followed by 46 lines of rhymed couplets giving an account of the chopping down of the cherry tree by young George Washington]

      NP [Germantown, PA?]: np [Germantown Print Works?], nd [ca. 1806]. Printed broadside, 11 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches, on muslin, the title illustration and text enclosed within an ornamental border. First line: "At six year old, George full of boyish tricks,"; last two lines: "My sudden anger and my grief are fled, / Although my lovely cherry-tree is dead." The Germantown printing and date given above are ascribed by Herbert Collins in his work Threads of History; other sources give a date of circa 1810 or the 1810s. American Imprints 20596 (New York Public). Collins Threads of History 39. Hummel More Virginia Broadsides 36 (photocopies, without publication attribution). OCLC locates six copies (Yale, Boston Athenaeum, Michigan State, Free Library of Philadelphia, Brown, New Jersey Historical Society). The American Antiquarian Society has several copies, printed in blue, black, or brown ink, some printed in tandem with a similar illustrated poem concerning Benjamin Franklin. Quite scarce in trade; no copy sold at auction for at least the past 35 years (ABPC, 1976-2010). Some fraying at the edges, some darkening, but a good example of a scarce early broadside on cloth, relating Parson Weems's famous cherry tree story. Housed in a custom cloth chemise, with printed paper label on upper board. (#5065)

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        A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language. . . .

      From Sydney's Press for Hudson & Goodwin, Hartford 1806 - First edition. Complete with xxiii introductory pages, (1) page of abbreviations, and 408 text pages. Sound binding with original free endpapers. Clean pages. Owner's name at top of title page. Very attractively rebacked in half-leather with marbled boards, and gilt lettering. The first edition of Noah Webster's dictionary, see Sabin 102347. This first truly American dictionary was the first to document distinctly American vocabulary such as skunk, hickory, and chowder. Webster also attempted to reduce the inconsistencies in English spelling and incorporated changes based on his vision of logic and aesthetics such as changing many "ce" endings to "se" (e.g., changing defence to defense), eliminating silent "l"s (e.g. changing travell to travel), removing superfluous "u"s (e.g., changing humour to humor), and abandoning silent "k"s (e.g. changing publick to public) - see "Noah Webster and America's First Dictionary" at the Merriam-Webster website. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE HISTORY AND TREATMENT OF THE DISEASES OF THE TEETH, THE GUMS, AND THE ALVEOLAR PROCESSES

      London, printed by James Swan for Thomas Cox, 1806.with the operations which they respectively require. To which are added, observations on other diseases of the mouth, and on the mode of fixing artificial teeth. FIRST EDITION, 1806, 4to, approximately 275 x 220 mm, 10¾ x 8½ inches, 9 engraved plates at rear facing explanations, pages (4), 170, (10), bound in full contemporary calf, decorative gilt border to covers, small gilt emblem in centre of upper cover showing pelican feeding her young with blood from her chest, with initials of Corpus Christi College Oxford beneath, expertly rebacked with gilt decoration and gilt lettered morocco label, new endpapers. Corners slightly worn, covers lightly rubbed and lightly scuffed, title page slightly dusty and with a couple of tiny chips to edges, occasional slight foxing to margins, a little light staining to a couple of lower margins, offsetting from plates onto description pages, light foxing to margins of plates. Binding tight and firm, very good copy. Joseph Fox (1775?"1816) was a pupil of Hunter, a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and the first dental surgeon to be appointed at Guy"s Hospital in London in 1799. He was also one of the first members of the medical profession to devote himself exclusively to dentistry, and his work is a repository of the best practice of his time. This volume, his second book, and his first book entitled The Natural History of Teeth contain the "substance of the Lectures delivered by the Author at Guy"s Hospital" page (3). The History and Treatment of the Teeth is divided into 3 parts: Of Diseases of the Teeth; Of Diseases of the Gums; and Of the Manner of Performing some Operations upon the Teeth. See: Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 3, page 50. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Konvolut von 4 Handschriften (Rechnungsbücher) / 1. Heiligenfonds - Rechnung von Rheinsheim par 1850/51 (Originale Handschrift)

      Rheinsheim, - 1874. 1806 - zw. 100-150 S. (nicht gezählt) 4°. Orig.pappband der Zeit mit hs. Titelschild, insges. natürlich altersbedingt gutes Ex. (Stichworte: Buchhaltung, Kirchenbücher, Finanzwesen, Rechnungsbücher, Kurrentschrift) --- Rheinsheim ist ein Stadtteil von Philippsburg im Landkreis Karlsruhe in Baden-Württemberg ---------------- Die erste Seite beginnt soweit für mich lesbar: "Originale. Regierung des Unterrheinkreises. Ort Rheinsheim, Katholische Kirchenrechnung für das Jahr April 1850 bis Juli (?) 1851, angelegt. Jacob Dirolf., nach 10 Seiten folgen die Auflistungen für Schuldigkeit, Zahlung, Rükstand mit den entsprechenden Zuordnungen wofür und das Datum, dann wieder mehrere Seiten Text, sowie ein Antwortschreiben, mehrere Seiten "Entschluß" mit dem Originalbriefkopf der Großherzoglich Badischen Regierung des Unterrheinkreises, Mannheim 19ten Juli 1851, dann weitere Seiten mit Auflistungen und zahlreichen Namen, zahlreiche Blätter über Geldbewegungen eines Baufonds in Rheinsheim, genannt wird auch ein Gut Philippsburg, Renteiprotocolle, Original-Gegenschein der Schuldner mit Unterschriften des Stiftungs-Vorstandes, zahlreiche Rechnungen, Quittungen, Zeitungs-Conto Belege, Forderungszettel über die Kapitalsteuer für 1850, Zettel für Directe Steuern für das Statsjahr 1849/50 beim Landkommissariat Germersheim (der Steuer-Einnehmer hieß Grüner), Rechnung des Gotteshaus in Reinsheim von Jean Lederle, Goldarbeiter (gedruckt) für 2 St. Blumenvasen, weitere Rechnungen einer Käthchen Bettinger, Rechnungen mit Briefkopf von Leonhard Kahn, Söhne, Joseph Nöther, des Apothekers Herr aus Philippsburg, der Gebrüder Will, Depositenscheine u.v.mehr --------------- Aufschlußreiches Dokumente über die Geschehnisse einer kleinen Gemeinde am Rhein mit zahlreichen Namenserwähnungen, ebenfalls ein interessantes Dokument zum Thema Steuer und Buchhaltung dieser Kirchengemeinde, saubere Handschrift, wenn auch für mich vieles schlecht leserlich, für den Fachmann aber durchaus gut zu entziffern, für Heimatforschung wichtiges Dokument -------------------- DABEI: Ein ähnliches Buch der Pfarrei Rheinsheim für Heiligenfonds von 1874 mit zahlreichen Dokumenten des Katholischen Oberstiftungsrats in Karlsruhe (Carlsruhe), zahlreiche Rechnungen, Dokumenten, eingeklebten Zeitungsausschnitten u.v.a., oben durchschossen bis nahezu auf die letzten Seiten, mit etwas Verlust (ca. 1cm Durchschuß), ca. 150 S. ------------------ DABEI: Handschrift auf erster Seite beszeichnet: "Amt Philippsburg, Amt Rheinsheim 1822 Zinsen - rechnung ausgeführt durch den aufgestellten Pfleger Lothar Dillmaier von . über sämtliche Schuld und Naturalien, Einnahmen und Ausgaben vom 23. April 1822 bis (?) 1823 (über 100 Seiten Dokumente, wiederum sehr interessantes Dokument dieser Zeit mit zahlreichen namentlichen Erwähnungen, Belegen etc. ---------------- DASSELBE für 1806 handschriftlich auf erster Seite bezeichnet" "1806 . über alle Einnahmen und Ausgaben sowohl Geld (Gold?) als Naturalien unter dem . (es folgt ein Name), Liste Einnahm-Geld und Ausgab-Geld, hinten Belege etc., weitaus dünner als die späteren Bücher ca. 50 nicht gezählte Blatt -------------- alles Pappbände der Zeit -------------- ZUR Ansicht nach telefonischer Absprache bei mir im Laden [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The World: Or, the Present State of the Universe. Being a General and Complete Collection of Modern Voyages and Travels. Selected, Arranged, and Digested, From the Narratives of the Latest and Most Authentic Travellers and Navigators

      J Stratford, London 1806 - A rare complete set in 2 volumes with additional illustrations. In contemporary full calf bindings. Classed as 'fair' because the bindings are splitting at the spine joints (although boards currently attached) and because, in addition to the illustrations it should have, a previous owner has added plates and maps, some pasted to the reverse of plates. Vol I: 1806; with pasted plate of Amphitheatre of Vespasian to front pastedown; folding colour map of N Pacific Ocean; title page; preface; folding map of the world; 5 single page maps with pasted plates on reverse; folding sketch of R. Scheldt; folding map of Lower Egypt; folding chart of voyage; map of the Island of Walcheren; 93 plates in total; text on Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt by C S Sonnini; A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, for making discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. Captains Cook, Clerke, and Gore. In the Years 1776, 1777, 1778 and 1780. Pp145-344; Voyage of Discovery of the North Pacific Ocean and Round the World. 1790, 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794 and 1795, Captain George Vancouver; A Missionary Voyage to the South Pacfic Ocean. Captain James Wilson; Earl Macartney's Embassy to the Emperor of China; the Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay; and Mr Hodges' Travels to India; 764pp plus 4pp of Index. Vol. II: 1808; pasted plate to front pastedown and plates of Hindoo market to fep; title page; folding map of Spain and Portugal; folding map of Upper Egypt; 78 plates in total; Perouse's Voyage around the World; Voyage in Search of Perouse; Lessop's Travels in Kamptschatka; A Voyage around the World by Capt. Nathaniel Portlock; A Voyage to Madagascar and the E Indies - Abbe Rochon; Travels in Syria and Egypt by M c F Volney; Travels through Spain by Dillon; Travels in Portugal by Link; Travels in Germany, Switzerland etc by Stolberg; Travels in Upper and Lower Hungary by Dutens; Travels in Poland by Coxe; Travels in Denmark, Norway and Sweden by Nowel; View of the Russian Empire by Tooke; Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava by Symes; A Tour from Bengal to Persian by Franklin; A Journey from India towards England by Jackson; A general geographical description of the world with notes on voyages; index 4pp; plate on rear pastedown. Mispaginated - text goes from p 710 to 801 but there is no break in text or missing text. The bindings have ornate gilt tooling to spines and title and volume labels. Both are splitting at the joints and with wear and scuffing to edges and surface. Contents with general light toning to pages. Some sections, including plates browned and occasional marking. There are clearly plates from several other works included - some have been properly bound in and some pasted to reverse of other plates. A very rare work, priced to take account of condition. Note: we will add 5 images of this work to ABE/Biblio (all allowed), please enquire if you would like to see additional images. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ideen zu einer Physiognomik der Gewächse.Tübingen, J.G. Cotta, 1806. 8vo. Original publisher's wrappers.

      BMC NH, p. 889; Der Verleger Johann Friedrich Cotta I, 551; Löwenberg 340; Stafleu & Cowan 3140. Second edition of a rare paper by Humboldt on plant morphology and plants' responses to the environment, dividing the plant kingdom into 16 morphological groups. Humboldt read the paper on 30 January, 1806, at the Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin. The first edition was privately printed in the same year and positively reviewed by Goethe in the Jenaische Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung ("Jedermann wird nunmehr lebhaft bemüht seyn, diese kleine Schrift in ihrer ganzen Ausdehnung zu lesen ...").Some soiling and browning; ownership entries of "Mart. Müller" (struck through) and "Pauli Müller"; some underlining and marginal annotations, otherwise in good condition.

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        Lettres de Clemence et d'Hippolite. Par l'auteur des Orphelines de flower-garden, d'Alfred et d'Emma. Drei Bände (so komplett) [Text Französisch].

      chez Alexandre Pluchart, Brunswick (Braunschweig) 1806 - 1806. Zusammen ca. 480 Seiten. Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückenschild. (gering berieben und bestossen, leichter Abrieb des Bezugs auf den Rücken, innen anfangs handschriftliche Bibliotheks-Signaturen, insgesamt frisch und schön). Erste Ausgabe, anonym erschienen. Die Schweizer Autorin, deren populärstes Werk, ein Kinderbuch, dies hier ist, starb 1825 in Lausanne. Ihr Mann war ein Cousin des französischen Schriftstellers Benjamin Constant. - Barbier II, Sp. 1248 (schreibt den Verlag etwas irrig "Pluchard"). 300 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Christmas Tales, for the Amusement and Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen, in Winter Evenings

      Glasgow: Printed by J. & M. Robertson, (No.18) Saltmarket, 1806. 40 wood-engraved text illustrations (including frontispiece). 160 pp. 32mo (3-3/4 x 2-3/8 in.; 95 x 60 mm). Bound in modern polished biscuit calf paneled gilt, spine in 6 compartments gilt, 2 black morocco lettering pieces, marbled endpapers, yellow colored edges. Light dampstaining, washed and pressed with some rubbing at joints, else handsome copy. 40 wood-engraved text illustrations (including frontispiece). 160 pp. 32mo (3-3/4 x 2-3/8 in.; 95 x 60 mm). A charming miniature issue of Christmas Tales, augmented to twenty-one stories and forty illustrations. Scarce: no copy has appeared at auction in decades.

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        ISAR. - Karte. Isar Fluss von der Tirolischen Gränze bis in die Donau. Blatt I und II.

      - 2 Bl. kol. Kupferstiche von Carl Schleich nach Adrian von Riedl, 1806, je ca. 43 x 67,5 cm. Lentner 4128. - Aus dem sehr seltenen "Strom Atlas von Bayern". - Zeigt in drei Segmenten untereinander den Isarlauf mit Scharnitz, Mittenwald, Wallgau bis Lenggries. Blatt II zeigt den "Isar Fluss von Tölz bis München" mit Bad Tölz, Hechenberg, Ascholding, Wolfratshausen, der Pupplinger Au, Schäftlarn, Baierbrunn, Straßlach, Grünwald, Pullach, Sendling, Thalkirchen, Giesing, Haidhausen, Bogenhausen bis Schwabing und Oberföhring. Sehr detaillierte Karten mit Einzeichnung aller Höfe, Dörfer, Strassen, Grenzen, Geländeformen und Grundrisse der Städte. - Faltspuren geglättet und gering gebräunt, sonst tadellos. Hübsch koloriert.

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        A. F. Vollmer (1806 Hamburg-Friedrichsberg 1875). Klopstocks Linde in Ottensen

      - Adolf Friedrich Vollmer (1806 Hamburg-Friedrichsberg/Hamburg 1875). Klopstocks Linde in Ottensen. 1829 . Lithographie auf Papier. -- Technik: -- Lithographie auf Papier. unten links signiert und datiert: "A Vollmer lithogr: 1829. ", bezeichnet: "Klopstocks Linde in Ottensen", unten rechts bezeichnet: "Hamb. privil. Steindruck:". -- Maße: -- Platte: 19,6 x 25,7 cm. 19,6 x 25,7 cm -- Zustand: -- Insgesamt gut, minimal stockfleckig -- Beschreibung: -- Aus dem Besitz der Familie von Berger. -- [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Dictionnaire de Géographique Universelle, ancien, du moyen age et moderne, comparées; . rédigé sur le plan de Vosgien, . - Atlas du Dictionnaire de Géographie universelle, . composé de 45 cartres nouvellement dressées . par Hérisson, . et gravées au burin par Glot. 2 Bde.

      Paris Desray 1806 - VII, 448 SS. m. 31 mehrf. gefalt., grenzkol. Kst.- Karten; 629 SS. m. 14 mehrf. gefalt., grenzkol. Kst.- Karten, 8°, HLdr- Bde. d. Zt. m. 2 farb. Rsch. u. Rvg. ( l. ber. best. u. besch. ). Geographisches Wörterbuch in französischer Sprache. Die Karten wurden bei den zugehörigen Textteilen eingebunden . Das Kartenmaterial umfaßt neben den Welt- und Kontinentkarten in der Mehrzahl grenzkolorierte Karten europäischer Gebiete. - Sehr gut erhaltene, saubere und dekorativ gebundene Ausgabe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Remarkable Trials at the Lancashire Assizes. Held August 1806 . . . before Sir Robert Graham, One of the Barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer. Faithfully Taken in Short-Hand By Valetine Jackson

      London: Printed for and Sold by R. Butters, 22, Fetter-Lane, Fleet-Street, 1806. Paper-backed ?self-wraps, two closed tears to the title, showing wear, else a clean copy of different collation (68 pages) from the four recorded copies A rare account of seven trials, including five for sodomy, with James Scarlett doing his fruitless best to save the accused (allegedly local men "engaged in homosexual pleasures"), five of whom were found guilty and three executed

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        An English creamware commemorative jug.

      Circa 1806 - With loop handle, printed in black with a half-length portrait of Nelson, titled above, England Expects every Man to do his Duty and ADMIRAL LORD NELSON/Born Sept 29th. 1758 - Died Oct 21st 1805./Aged 47, below, the reverse with a map and text documenting the Battle of Trafalgar. 5¾ in. high(14.6 cm.) Commemorative jug issued to celebrate the great naval victory won by Admiral Lord Nelson over the allied French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar, on 21st October 1805. Lord Nelson is regarded as Britain's greatest naval hero; renowned as a charismatic leader and a master tactician in battle, he led the British fleet to a famous victory over the Franco-Spanish fleet, despite being heavily out-numbered; his reputation was cemented by his dramatic death towards the end of the day, as the battle was won. The jug bears a portrait of Nelson, with his famous general order sent at the commencement of the battle placed above, with a plan of the battle site, with the two fleets coming together, the British arranged in two columns approaching the French fleet at right-angles - crossing the 'T' as the manoeuvre is known - which allowed the British to divide the enemy into three groups, and destroy each in detail. The victory ended the threat of French invasion, and with that Napoleon's attention turned eastwards; the battle also led on to the British command of the sea for more than a century.

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        Mithridates oder allgemeine Sprachenkunde mit dem Vater Unser als Sprachprobe in bey nahe funfhundert Sprachen und Mundarten.: Erster Band: Asiatische Sprachen. Zweyter Band: Europaische Sprachen. Dritter Band, Erste Abtheilung: Afrikanische Sprachen. Dritter Theil, Dritte Abtheilung: Beschlufs der Amerikanischen Sprachen. Vierter Theil.

      1806-17, Berlin: in der Vossischen Buchhandlung 1806 - Johann Christoph Adelung, 1732 – 1806, German grammarian and philologist. This set weighs 4 kg. Additional postage will be requested. A very good set in contemporary boards. minor rubbing to spines. First edition Four volumes in five, pp.xxxiv, 686; xxiv, 808; x, 708; vi, 474, viii, 530.

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        Observations on the nature, kinds, causes, and prevention, of insanity. 2 vols. 2nd edition corrected and improved

      London: R. Phillips, 1806. lxviii, 298; viii, 314pp. 230 x 142 mm. (untrimmed). 19th cent. cloth, spines faded. Light foxing, edges a little frayed, but very good. Library stamps on titles and last leaves, library bookplates.Very clean internally. Second edition of "the best historical account to the time" (Garrison-Morton 4920) on mental illness and its pathology. Hunter & Macalpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry (1963) 467-71: "Arnold was one of the famous provincial psychiatrists of the second half of the eighteenth century who owned a large private madhouse - juding from the number of patients admitted the third largest in the country - and acted as psychiatric consultant for a wide area. Like many owners of private asylums he took in a number of pauper lunatics at the charge of their parish but in adidition offered to receive 'into the lower department of his house in the Bond-Street, in Leciester, on the reduced terms of eight shillings per week' ten lunatics from families in distressed circumstances but 'unwiling to apply for the aid of a parish', and over and above these 'Two others free of all expense whatever... By this 'generous and patriotic institution' his private madhouse became truly a 'Hospital for Lunatics' until the Leicester Lunatic Asylum project built at his instigation in 1781 was opened in 1794 in the grounds of the Infirmary with him as its first physician."Unlike Perfect (1797) who aimed at no more than prseenting a variety of cases to illustrate his cures, and Pargeter (1792) who set out to show the possibility of management by the direct human approach, Arnold wrote a much more ambitious and systematic treatise, really a textbook. It was the first two-volume work on psychiatry in this country [England] and modern also for the point Arnold made of giving accurate references for all his quotations having himself 'frequently experienced much inconvenience; often a great waste, and sometimes a total loss, both of time, and labour; by a loose and negligent mode of reference from one author to another'. Volume I was devoted to classification with a chapter on post mortem appearances; volume II dealt with the causes of insanity. A third volume on treatment to which I and II were preparatory appeared independently. . . . " :

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        Isoama-Ibo primer.

      Crowther (1806?-91) was the "Missionary Bishop of the Niger Territory" and, in fact, the first African Anglican bishop in Nigeria. A Yoruba, he was born in Osogun and prior to conversion to Christianity was named Ajayi. Captured as a youth with his family by Muslim Fulani slavers, he and his family were freed before being transported out of Africa by English naval forces. Subsequently he converted to Anglicism and was educated by missionaries. A gifted linguist, he produced portions of the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer in Yoruba in addition to this Igbo religious primer, as well as a grammar and vocabulary in that language. This is the second edition (first was 1857) of => the first work in the Igbo language, a member of the Niger-Congo family. It includes the basic orthography, phonemes, dipthongs, etc., of the language, reading passages, numerals (ordinal and cardinal), translations from the scriptures (Luke and Psalms), the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer. Crowther's translations from Luke preceded the first printing of a book of the Bible (Matthew) in Igbo by three years. Provenance: Gift inscription on front pastedown, "To the Rev. C. W. J. Bowles with grateful thanks for his help and fellowship during his visit to the Niger Diocese, May 1950. Cecil John Patterson, Bishop of The Niger. Onitsha, Nigeria." Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only three copies of this edition in U.S. libraries and none of the 1857 printing.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Reiche u. Bach ( f. Le Coq ) v. C. Jättnig, "Karte der Gegend zwischen Arnheim und Xanten zu beiden Seiten des Rheins".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, 1806, 60,5 x 65 Selten! - Über der Karte Kopftitel, die Karte umgeb. v. gestochen. Bordüre. Blatt 11 der Karte des westfälischen Kreises n. Le Coq. Zeigt das Gebiet Arnheim, Doesburg, Anholt, Xanten, Weeze, Nijmegen mit Kleve im Zentrum. - Die Karte in 15 Segmenten auf Leinwand aufgezogen u. bestens erhalten. - Literatur: Hans Kleinn: Nordwestdeutschland in der exakten Kartographie der letzten 250 Jahre; Walter Hostert: Historische Karten .(von ) Ruhr, Lenne, . S. 136. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Medicinische Topographie von Landgerichtsbezirke Sulzbach in der obern Pfalz

      Finely engraved frontis. port. of the author's father & one large folding printed table. xvi, 199, [1] pp. 8vo, fine cont. sheep, single gilt fillet round sides, flat spine richly gilt, red & green morocco lettering pieces on spine, a.e.g. Nuremberg & Sulzbach: im Verlage der I.E. Seidelschen Kunst- und Buchhandlung, 1806. First edition and very rare. Schleiss von Loewenfeld (1772-1852), a member of a prominent family of physicians, took his medical degree at Ingolstadt and succeeded his father as city physician of Sulzbach in Bavaria (now known as Sulzbach-Rosenberg). He was an early and active proponent of vaccination. This is a most interesting work on public health. The author provides much statistical information on the residents of the area, their origins and occupations, diseases common to the area and to certain professions (including a section of diseases prevalent amongst the Jewish population), available medicinal plants, medical facilities including clinics and hospitals, the climate, nearby mineral springs, etc. Fine copy, elegantly bound, from the library of the dukes and kings of Bavaria. ❧ Hirsch, V, pp. 84-85. .

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        Histoire me'tallique de la re'volution francaise ou recueil des medailles et des monnoies qui ont e'te' frappe's depuis la convocation des e'tats - ge'ne'raux jusqu'aux premie'res campagnes de l'arme'e d'Italie. Par A. L. Millin. Membre de l'institut.

      De l'Imprimerie Imperiale, Paris 1806 - In 4, pp. (2) + X + 62 + (2) con 26 tavv. f. t. inc. all'acquaf. Splendida copia in barbe seppure in m. pg. moderna di quest'opera poco comune. Millin fu botanico e archeologo. Fu anche direttore del Conservatoire della Biblioteca Nazionale di Parigi. Dedico' anche molti studi al patrimonio archeologico italiano. ÂA lui si deve anche un'analoga opera dedicata alla monetazione nel periodo napoleonico, lasciata incompiuta a causa della sua morte eÂpubblicataÂin seguito nel 1854. Le 26 tavole incise contengono 117 medaglie splendidamente incise.  FRA

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        Cours complet d'harmonie et de composition d'après une théorie neuve et générale de la musique basée sur des principes incontestables, puisés dans la nature, d'accord avec tous les bons ouvrages pratiques, anciens ou modernes, et mis, par leur clarté, à la portée de tout le monde. Auquel il est joint : Exposé succinct du seul système musical qui soit vraiment fondé et complet ; Du seul Système qui soit par-tout d'accord avec la nature, avec la raison et avec la pratique ; lu à la classe des Beaux-arts de l'Institut le 17 décembre 1808. Paris, chez de Momigny, 1808.

      Chez l'Auteur, en son Magasin de Musique, Paris 1806 - Trois volume in-8, viii-10 à 382 pp. (1) ff. ; 389 à 704 pp. ; 314 pp. de portées musicales gravées. Plein veau raciné, dos lisses ornés de fleurons représentant des vases anciens et d'instruments de musique, infimes frottements aux coins. Un volume in-8, 70 pp. 2 pages de portées musicales gravées. reliure demi-veau, dos lisse décoré, plats cartonnés. Très rare édition originale de l'ouvrage majeur de Jérôme-Joseph de Momigny (1762-1842), compositeur, musicologue et éditeur. En 1806, il publia son Cours complet d'harmonie et de composition d'après une théorie neuve et générale de la musique, ouvrage dans lequel il expose des théories sur le rythme et le phrasé musical en avance sur son époque. Y figure notamment une théorie sur la signification du levé par rapport au frappé, qui ne fut pas acceptée par l?Académie, mais fut reprise plus tard par Hugo Riemann. Selon Momigny, la levée anticipe le frappé et toute la phrase musicale doit être jouée ou chantée avec autant de poids que la levée. Un tel phrasé est typique pour le jazz ; certains interprètes classiques le pratiquent également. L'Exposé succinct [.] est un précis du Cours complet d'Harmonie et un résumé de son cours public sur la théorie générale et la pratique de la musique. Langue : Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bonaparte the Emperor of the French, Considered as the Lucifer and Gog of Isaiah and Ezekiel: And the Issue of the Present Contest Between Great Britain and France, Represented According to Divine Revelation: With an Appeal to Reason, on Prophecy,.

      London: by W. Nicholson 1806 - FOURTH EDITION WITH CORRECTIONS. 1 vol., 8-1/8" x 5-1/4", (iii)70pp., complete with the large front fold-out plate. Bound in 1/2 green morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spine, all edges gilt, hinges fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Description of the Strata Which Occur in Ascending from the Plains of Kincardineshire to the Summit of Mount Battoc, One of the Most Elevated Points in the Eastern District of the Grampian Mountains

      Edinburgh: Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1806. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. Sewn Binding. 19 pages. 12 inches tall. 9 ¼ inches wide....Description: Paper read March 5, 1804. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Vol. VI, Part I......Condition: Antique journal article has been sewn into modern protective boards with cloth backing. Paper label appears on front board. Modern boards show lightly bumped outside corners. Original Pages show sporadic foxing with toning. Contains in-text illustrations and large fold-out plate that measures approximately 38" x 10.5" .

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        FÜSSEN. - Karte. "Plan des Hopfen- und Weissen See, des Bannwald- oder Mühlberger See, des Alpen- oder Seibling See und des Schwan See". Detaillierte Karte mit den Seen der Umgebung.

      - Kupferstich von Löffler aus Adrian von Riedl, Stromatlas, 1806, 32 x 46 cm. Vgl. Lentner 4128: "Selten".

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        The Art of Angling, or Complete Fly & Bottom-Fisher new edition

      Ludlow: H. Procter, 1806. Engraved frontispiece illustrating 6 flies, a trout and angling scene, by J. Ross. 1 vols. 12mo. Later half calf. Ownership inscription of W.J. Atkinson. Preserved in solander box. Engraved frontispiece illustrating 6 flies, a trout and angling scene, by J. Ross. 1 vols. 12mo. Westwood & Satchell, p.39

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        The Secret History of The Court and Cabinet of St. Cloud in a series of Letters from a Gentleman at Paris to a Nobleman in London, Written During the Months of August, September, and October, 1805

      John Murray, London 1806 - rebound and beautiful in 3/4 brown moroccan leather w/gilt; marbled boards w/some rubbing through on volume 3, and litely rubbing on other two.; new end papers (binding looks early 20th century).has library memorial plate but no circulation markings. An extremely lovely set of a scarce editon. Published shortly after the crowning of Napoleon as Emperor of the French Republic, this work intends to reveal the political corruption, the abasement of morals, the on-going intrigues and the excessive pageantry of the court, as well as Napoleon's particular tyranny in the private and public spheres. Size: 12 vo; 2# [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A dictionary of the Persian and Arabic languages.

      Calcutta, S. Greenway, India Gazette Press, 1804-1806. - Two volumes. (v), iv, 570 pp. (ii), 921 pp. (1 blank). With 2 title-pages using decorated and shaded roman and italic capitals and decorated swelled rules. Set in roman, italic and Arabic type (nashk for the Arabic and nastaliq for the Persian). A very good set attractively bound in twentieth century calf. First and only edition of a rare and very extensive dictionary of Persian and Arabic, giving definitions in English: a remarkably early example of printing in these languages in Calcutta and one of the earliest books printed anywhere in one of the best early Arabic types in the nastaliq style, favoured for Persian. Each entry in the dictionary begins with the Arabic word in nashk or Persian word in nastaliq, followed by a transliteration in italic and the definition in English, set in roman type. The Mughal Empire promoted Persian as the language of culture in India in the 16th century and it remained until officially replaced by English in 1832. Many Islamic and Armenian Christian merchants in the international trading centres of India and the East Indies also used Persian as a lingua franca. The present dictionary includes Arabic words not for communication in Arabic but because they were often used as loan words in Persian, so the Persian and Arabic words appear in a single alphabetical series. The preliminaries show alphabets of the nashk and nastaliq types side by side for comparison to help the beginner distinguish the Arabic from the Persian words. The book was intended for practical use by merchants of the British East India Company and other English speakers in India, the East Indies and perhaps also in Iran. Joseph Barretto junior (ca. 1776?-1824) was born in Calcutta to an Indian mother and a wealthy Portuguese merchant father. Joseph Barretto senior (1750-1824?) came to Calcutta from Macau in 1775 and served as Calcutta agent for his family's insurance firm before setting up on his own in 1806. Joseph junior appears to have married his cousin Rozalin, daughter of Luis Barretto de Souza, around 1798. He was granted arms in 1813 and elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in London in 1818, whereupon he presented the Society with the present dictionary and his 1806 Persian and Arabic dictionary in the Persian language (Shums-ool-loghat, or A dictionary of the Persian and Arabic languages, sometimes confused with the present volume 2). Joseph junior was a partner in his father's firm, which traded as Joseph Barretto and sons from at least 1817 and financed many East India Company ventures. In 1820 Lord Viscount Torrington noted that efforts to get Joseph junior a seat in parliament "had only been defeated because of Barretto's skin colour" and Barretto tried unsuccessfully to get one of "the Company's seats" in the House of Commons in 1821. After Joseph junior's death his son Luis Joseph was a partner in the firm, but it collapsed in 1828. We wonder if references to Joseph senior's death in 1824 result from confusion with Joseph junior. Printing in Arabic was much more common than printing in Persian, and Arabic books usually used the nashk style of Arabic script most common in Arabic manuscripts. Most early printed books in Persian therefore usually used the nashk Arabic types, sometimes with additional sorts, even though the nastaliq (or talik) style of Arabic script was generally preferred in Persian manuscripts. The fluid forms of the nastaliq probably made it more difficult to render in type as well. The Propaganda Fide in Rome had published an Alphabetum Persicum [ 1633?], the first known work printed in nastaliq Arabic type, but their printing for missionary work did not satisfy the needs of merchants and others trading with Persian-speakers and for many years no other press had nastailq type. Charles Wilkins, printer to the British East India Company at Calcutta, therefore produced a nastaliq type for Francis Balfour, The forms of Herkern, Calcutta, 1781, and Balfour's preface seems to suggest it was the first

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        THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS With Memoirs of his Life and Writings, by Robert Anderson The Life of Smollett Adventures of Roderick Random Adventures of Perigrine Pickle Plays and Poems Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom and An Account of the Expedition against Carthagena Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves and Travels through France and Italy Expedition of Humphry Clinker and the Adventures of an Atom

      Edinburgh: Printed for Mundell, Doig, & Stevenson ... 1806. . 3rd Ed. 6 vols. Port. frontis. Some sporadic light spotting, several pastedowns sl. dampstained, hinges tender, gilt filleted edges, some very minor rubbing to extremities, contemporary tree calf, dec. gilt bands sm. gilt motifs and contrasting leather title labels to sl. rubbed spines, without leather title label to vol. 4. Additional postage may be necessary US$589

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        WALCHENSEE. - Karte. "Walchen See an der Chaussèe von München nach Insbruk. Kochel See 18 Stunden von München". Detaillierte Karte mit der Umgebung bis Großweil.

      - Kol. Kupferstich von C. Schleich nach Adrian von Riedl, dat. 1806, 31,5 x 44,5 cm. Vgl. Lentner 4128: "Selten". - Schöner, kräftiger Druck und feines Altkolorit. Mit schmalem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. Wohl erhaltenes Exemplar der raren Karte.

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        "Walchen See an der Chaussee von München nach Insbruk. Kochel See 18 Stunden von München". Detaillierte Karte mit der Umgebung bis Großweil.

      . Kol. Kupferstich von C. Schleich nach Adrian von Riedl, dat. 1806, 31,5 x 44,5 cm.. Vgl. Lentner 4128: "Selten". - Schöner, kräftiger Druck und feines Altkolorit. Mit schmalem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. Wohl erhaltenes Exemplar der raren Karte.

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        L. F. Moderatus Columella om Landoekonomi oversat og oplyst med theoretsike og praktiske Anmærkninger af Jens Frechland, Præst ved Hans Kongl. Majestæts Søetet. I-II.

      Kbh. . 1806-07. 8vo. Praktfulle samtidige helskinnsbind med tittelfelter i lysebrunt og blått skinn, rik ryggforgylling hvor filetene viser hageredskaper ! Ytre denteller, marmorert forsatspapir. Kobberstukne vignetter på tittelbladene. XXXVIII, 378- ; XXIV, -993, (1) s.. Samt. hilsen i første bind. Et utsøkt sett

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        Eigenh. Schriftstück mit U.

      Dresden, 31. X. 1806.. 1 S. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. Folio.. "Status Informationis" für die um eine Gnadenpension ansuchende Johanna Friederike Seydelmann, Witwe seines langjährigen Freund und Kollegen Franz Seydelmann (1748-1806). Dieser hatte "als Kirchen- und Cammer-Compositeur und seit 1787 als wirklicher Capellmeister, 36 [Jahre] gedient, und seinen Dienst sowohl in der Kirche als im Theater mit der strengsten Ordnung verrichtet [...] Die hinterlaßene Wittwe ist 65 Jahr alt [...] Daß von ihren Eltern ihr zugefallene, an sich unbeträchtliche Vermögen, hat sie auf Tilgung einiger Schulden ihres Mannes, und vielfältige Unterstützung seiner unvermögenten Anverwanten nach und nach zugesetzt [...] Da des Mannes anhaltenter Fleiß in seinem Dienst ihm keine Zeit gelaßen sich einigen Nebenverdienst zu verschaffen, so ist er auch nicht in Standt gewesen den Aufwand bey Wittwen-Caßen zu machen [...]". - Die S. 2 und 3 des Faltbogens enthalten die am folgenden Tag vorgenommene Stellungnahme des Hofmarschalls Joseph Friedrich Frhr. von Racknitz (1744-1818) als Leiter der Hofkapelle und des Hoftheaters, in der die von Schuster benannten Argumente nochmals ausgeführt werden. - Spuren waagrechter Mittenfaltung; im senkrechten Bug unten eingerissen. Die Handschrift von Racknitz' von einer Hand des späten 19. Jhs. in Bleistift bezeichnet. - Schuster, Sohn eines Dresdner Hofmusikers, hatte gemeinsam mit dem kaum zwei Monate jüngeren Seydelmann ein kurfürstliches Stipendium erhalten, und gemeinsam verbrachten sie die Jahre 1765-68 mit J. G. Naumann auf einer Studienreise durch Italien. Beide feierten dort erste Erfolge, bevor sie nach Dresden zurückkehrten: abwechselnd dirigierten sie die Hofkirche und das Hoftheater, 1787 wurden sie beide zum Kapellmeister ernannt. "Schuster had an easy social manner, was attracted by everything fashionable and was a very productive composer [...] He also participated enthusiastically in Dresden's concert life [...] The Padua string quartet in C (1780), for some time attributed to Mozart as K.Anh.211/Anh.C 02.02, has been proved to be by Schuster" (New Grove XVI, 876). Umgekehrt wird Seydelmann beschrieben als "an introspective man of little energy, who found it difficult to assert himself in the intrigue-ridden court affairs of Dresden. Perhaps his tendency to drink, mentioned in a humorous context by Mozart in a letter to Constanze (16 May 1789), was partly to blame [...] Seydelmann wrote fewer operas than his Dresden colleagues, but their quality, at least in the most successful, met the current exacting standards of the city" (New Grove XVII, 206f.). - Hübsches Dresdner Dokument, das einen betrüblichen Schlußpunkt unter die langjährige Verbindung zweier herausragender Musiker am sächsischen Hof des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts setzt.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Schwabing. "Plan des Englischen Gartens in München", mit allen Bauten, Bächen, Brücken, Wegen und Gartenanlagen. Links oben die Hofgartenarkaden, anschließend das Schönfeld, weiter nach rechts Wiesen, Gärten, Bauten und Kirche von Schwabing, darunter der Kleinhesseloher See vor der Erweiterung durch Sckell 1812, am rechten Rand das Alte Schloß am Biederstein. Mittig die Bauten um den Chinesischen Turm, oben die Inschrift.

      - Aquarell über Feder, sign. "Bohumil Stremcha stud. mech.", gegengezeichnet und dat. "Prof. Ant(on) Schell 12.3. (18)97", 37 x 49 cm. Nach J.C. Schleichs Plan von 1806, ohne Ortsangaben; vgl. Zettler, Alt-Münchner Bilderbuch, Abb. 192. - Der Geodät Anton Schell (1835 - 1909) war seit 1885 Ordinarius für Praktische Geometrie (Geodäsie) an der Technischen Hochschule in Wien. Er erfand u.a. einen photogrammetrischen Stereoskopapparat zur Aufnahme von Baudenkmälern. - Mit dem Stempel der Hochschule.

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        Corps de droit civil. En latin et en français]

      Behmer et Lamort 1806-1811, Metz - Neuf tomes en sept volumes in-4, demi basane blonde, dos lisses ornés. Brunet, III, 609. Notre collection comprend : - Les Institutes de l'empereur Justinien, traduites en français par M. Hulot, et suivies d'une table générale des titres du Digeste et des Institutes par ordre alphabétique tant en français qu'en latin, avec renvoi au volume et à la page de l'édition [relié à la suite : ] Le trésor de l'ancienne jurisprudence romaine, ou collection des fragmens qui nous restent du droit romain antérieur à Justinien; contenant : 1° les fragments de la loi des douze tables; 2° les fragmens de Gaïus, traduits en français par P. A. Tissot ., suivis 3° des Codes Grégoriens et Hermogénien; 4° des fragmens d'Ulpien; 5° des sentences de Paul, aussi traduits en français par A. G. Daubanton, . In-4. 1806-1811. Deux tomes en un volume in-4. [2] ff., 335, 277-[3] pp. La première partie du volume s'achève par une listes actionnaires et souscripteurs. - Code et Novelles de Justinien; Novelles de l'empereur Léon, Fragmens de Gaius, d'Ulpien et de Paul. Traduction faite sur l'édition Elzévirs, revue par D. Godefroy, et qui avec la traduction des Intitutes et delle du Digeste de M. Hulot, complète la traduction de tout le Corps du droit romain, avec le texte latin à coté; suivie d'une table générale par ordre alphabétique des matières de toutes les parties contenues dans le Corps de droit. Par P.-A. Tissot, jurisconsulte, membre de plusieurs sociétés savantes. 1806-1810. 4 volumes in-4. 528 pp., [2] ff., 480, 484, 455 pp. Les trois premiers volumes sont en première édition à la date de 1806 et le quatrième est en seconde édition à la date de 1810 avec un nouveau titre "Les douze livres du code de l'empereur Justinien" (détail qui est d'ailleurs signalé par Brunet). - Les Novelles de l'empereur Justinien, traduites en français par M. Bérenger fils, de Valence (Drôme) [relié à la suite : ] Nouvelles constitutions de l'empereur Léon Auguste, ayant pour objet de réformer la législation; traduites (du grec en latin) par Henry Agyleus; Traduites en français par M. Dunoyer de Segonzac, avocat. 1810-1811. Trois tomes en deux volumes in-4, 488, 359 pp., [2] ff., 138 pp. L'éditeur a publié encore d'autres volumes complétant le Corps de droit romain mais que nous ne possédons pas. Au bas des dos, superlibris Gougis. Usures et frottements aux reliures, débuts de fentes à certains mors, quelques petites traces d'humidité. Rare ensemble paru en pleine période de l'Empire français. . (Catégories : Droit Droit romain Antiquité ) 7810 g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Broadside. Begins, "To the electors of the Western District. Fellow-citizens, In a few days you will again be called upon to exercise the distinguishing privilege of Freemen — that of electing your Representatives to the Legislature. In discharging this duty, the great body of the people only want correct information, and they will generally choose the most able and faithful men to legislate for them."

      New York state: no publisher/printer Folio (39 cm, 15.5"). [1] f. (verso blank).. [1806?] A wall posting of the so-called "Lewisites" or "Quids," the faction of the Democratic-Republican party that supported Gov. Morgan Lewis of New York against the faction led by New York City Mayor DeWitt Clinton. This supports four candidates, "friends of the present administration [i.e., Gov. Morgan Lewis]," to fill vacancies in the Western District of the New York State Senate; the candidates, all former members of the state assembly, are Freegift Patchin, of Schoharie, Evans Wharrey, of Herkimer, John McWhorter, of Onondaga, and Joseph Annin, of Cayuga. Their names are printed at the end, followed by the words "The People's Choice" in bold letters. Included are attacks on the character of the opposing candidates, Salmon Buell, John Ballard, Nathan Smith, and Jacob Gebhard, and of particular interest is a spirited defense of the controversial Merchants' Bank. => An interesting window into the factional struggles within the party and the growing dominance of the western district in state politics. Text printed in double columns.Rare: We fail to trace any copies via OCLC. As issued, with old folds. Short tear and spot in blank area of inner margin. A clean, very good copy.

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        Broadside Begins, "To the electors of the Western District Fellow-citizens, In a few days you will again be called upon to exercise the distinguishing privilege of Freemen — that of electing your Representatives to the Legislature In discharging this duty, the great body of the people only want correct information, and they will generally choose the most able and faithful men to legislate for them "

      New York state: no publisher/printer Folio (39 cm, 15.5"). [1] f. (verso blank).. [1806?] A wall posting of the so-called "Lewisites" or "Quids," the faction of the Democratic-Republican party that supported Gov. Morgan Lewis of New York against the faction led by New York City Mayor DeWitt Clinton. This supports four candidates, "friends of the present administration [i.e., Gov. Morgan Lewis]," to fill vacancies in the Western District of the New York State Senate; the candidates, all former members of the state assembly, are Freegift Patchin, of Schoharie, Evans Wharrey, of Herkimer, John McWhorter, of Onondaga, and Joseph Annin, of Cayuga. Their names are printed at the end, followed by the words "The People's Choice" in bold letters. Included are attacks on the character of the opposing candidates, Salmon Buell, John Ballard, Nathan Smith, and Jacob Gebhard, and of particular interest is a spirited defense of the controversial Merchants' Bank. => An interesting window into the factional struggles within the party and the growing dominance of the western district in state politics. Text printed in double columns. Rare: We fail to trace any copies via OCLC. As issued, with old folds. Short tear and spot in blank area of inner margin. A clean, very good copy.

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        LENGGRIES. "Lenggries in Oberbaiern". Blick über die Isar auf den Ort in der Ferne, rechts vorne Waldweg mit zwei hohen Bäumen und einer Holzhütte, auf dem Weg zwei Bäuerinnen.

      - Kreidelithographie von Simon Warnberger, 1806, 19 x 23 cm. Winkler 903, 5; Lentner 8760: "Höchst seltene Incunabel der Lithographie". Breitrandig und gut erhalten. Gerahmt.

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