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        [Plums] Red Magnum Bonum, Blue Perdrigon Plum, Le Royal Plum, Whaite Magnum Bonum

      [London]: G. Brookshaw, 1807. Aquatint engraving, with some stipple, printed in colours and finished by hand. In good condition. A fine image from Brookshaw's masterpiece: 'Pomona Britannica; or, A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits'. George Brookshaw's 'Pomona Britannica' is the finest work on fruit and flowers ever produced. Its breathtaking images display a level of technical virtuosity and beauty that distinguish this magnificent work as a true work of art. As a retired cabinetmaker, Brookshaw produced his seminal botanical study late in his career, at first publishing it in parts and then as a complete edition in 1812. The fact that this outstanding work took ten years to complete is evident in the quality of its images and the care with which Brookshaw executed each individual picture. 'Pomona Britannica' was produced as a visual record of the best available varieties of fruit in an attempt to encourage gardeners to experiment with growing fruit, and illustrates examples found in the Royal gardens at Hampton Court, Kensington Gardens, and the private gardens of the Prince of Wales in Blackheath. 'Pomona Britannica' differs from other botanical works in its dark aquatinted backgrounds and its stylized compositions. By using aquatint to create a contrasting background, Brookshaw manages to produce a truly dramatic effect. His use of stylized composition distinguishes his pictures from the dry scientific illustrations found in other botanical studies and creates an exceptionally beautiful visual experience. 'Pomona Britannica' is not only a didactic study, it is a masterpiece of illustration in which every picture is a testament to the artist's talent and ingenuity. Cf. Dunthorne 50; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.81; cf. Nissen BBI 244; cf. Sandra Raphael Oak Spring Pomona 40a.

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      [Boston: Printed by Adams and Rhoades], 1807.. Broadside, 17 x 9 inches. Printed in three columns. Early horizontal fold, very light offsetting of title in lower margin, two faint fox-marks. Else fine, untrimmed. Broadside printing of Thomas Jefferson's seventh State of the Union address, delivered weeks before his signing into law the Embargo Act of 1807. While the Embargo is not mentioned explicitly, the circumstances surrounding it are discussed, particularly with regard to relations with Great Britain and the recent Chesapeake incident. Jefferson also addresses military appropriations and fortifications, conflicts and diplomacy with Indians on the different frontiers, and the Burr Conspiracy. Originally accompanying the Nov. 2, 1807 issue of Adams and Rhoades' INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE of Boston. Signed in print by Jefferson, Oct. 27, 1807. Not in Shaw & Shoemaker. Very rare.

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        De la Magistrature en France, considérée dans ce qu'elle fut, et dans ce qu'elle doit être.

      Paris, Léopold Collin 1807 - in-8, [4]-202 pp., demi-basane, dos lisse orné de filets et fleurons dorés, tranches citron mouchetées de rouge (reliure de l'époque). Bon exemplaire. Unique édition. Le jurisconsulte dauphinois Claude-Sébastien Bourguignon, dit Bourguignon-Dumolard (1760-1829) avait joué un grand rôle au Comité de Sûreté général après thermidor, puis fit une carrière au ministère de l'Intérieur. Il fut même le prédécesseur immédiat de Fouché comme ministre de la police. Ayant ouvert après la Restauration un cabinet d'avocat, il composa alors de nombreux manuels de jursiprudence qui ont établi sa réputation. Dupin (1832), 2022.

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      Edition : PARIS, COLAS, 1807 - Mutilés et dégradés par la succession annuelle de l'ébourgeonnement et de la taille et réflexions relatives à la marche des découvertes dans les sciences naturelles et aux obstacles qu'y apportent des fausses routes précédemment tracées - Séance de la Société Académique des Sciences du 31 janvier 1807 - Avec une gravure plusieurs fois dépliante - Exemplaire sous brochage d'attente cousu, en excellente condition, exempt de rousseurs, à grandes marges - A relier 64 pages, broché, 22 cm. Très bon état [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Briefe über Ost-Indien, das Vorgebirge der guten Hoffnung und die Insel St. Helene.

      Published by Karl Gottlob Küttner. Leipzig: Georg Joachim Göschen 1807. With 27 uncoloured engr. plates. VIII + 176 pp. + plates. Contp. half calf, corners bumped, extremities with slight wear. All pages and plates clean.. The Englishman Best served as captain by the Hannoverian troops in India. Graesse I, 354. Lipperheide Ld 11

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        The London Art of Cookery and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a New Plan, made plain and easy to the Understanding of every Housekeeper, Cook and Servant in the Kingdom. The Eleventh Edition, with new and elegant Receipts. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY

      Scatcherd & Letterman, 1807. 8vo., Eleventh Edition, with copper-engraved portrait frontispiece and 12 engraved full-page illustrations in the text, fore-edge very lightly spotted; attractively bound in twentieth century tan calf, back with gilt rules, second compartment with nineteenth-century red leather label lettered and tooled in gilt, boards unevenly sunned else a very good, remarkably bright, crisp copy. First published in 1783, Farley's work was a popular and continuing success, reaching its twelfth edition in 1811. Principal Cook at the London Tavern, Farley claims that his work 'unlike so many which are without method or order, is marked by perspicuity and regularity'. However Cagle reveals that Fiona Lucraft provides a detailed account of the author's plagiarism from Raffald and Glasse. Farley's name appears below the portrait from the ninth edition (?) onwards. Bitting 152; Cagle, 675; Maclean, pp.50-52; Oxford, p.114; Wheaton & Kelly 2066 (all recording the first edition). SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. . Catalogs: sports & pastimes: cookery & gastronomy.

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        The London Art of Cookery and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a New Plan, made plain and easy to the Understanding of every Housekeeper, Cook and Servant in the Kingdom. The Eleventh Edition, with new and elegant Receipts. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY

      Scatcherd & Letterman 1807 - 8vo., Eleventh Edition, with copper-engraved portrait frontispiece and 12 engraved full-page illustrations in the text, fore-edge very lightly spotted; attractively bound in twentieth century tan calf, back with gilt rules, second compartment with nineteenth-century red leather label lettered and tooled in gilt, boards unevenly sunned else a very good, remarkably bright, crisp copy. First published in 1783, Farley's work was a popular and continuing success, reaching its twelfth edition in 1811. Principal Cook at the London Tavern, Farley claims that his work 'unlike so many which are without method or order, is marked by perspicuity and regularity'. However Cagle reveals that Fiona Lucraft provides a detailed account of the author's plagiarism from Raffald and Glasse. Farley's name appears below the portrait from the ninth edition (?) onwards. Bitting 152; Cagle, 675; Maclean, pp.50-52; Oxford, p.114; Wheaton & Kelly 2066 (all recording the first edition). SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A New System of Domestic Cookery, Formed upon Principles of Economy, and Adapted to the Use of Private Families. By a Lady

      Boston: Published by William Andrews, 1807. First US edition. Hardcover. Very good. 24mo. (vi),xx,296,(ii)pp. Original half leather, marbled paper boards. Spine with gilt title and simple gilt rules. Lacks tip of spine, general wear to the boards, occasional foxing, but still a very good copy. This is a fascinating and important cookbook. It has almost no attempt at American adaptation, but it is well written and contains an enormous number of recipes. The book was written by Mrs. Rundell to teach her married daughters the art of household management and of cookery. Rare. Housed in a protective box.

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        Corinna; on, Italy. In Five Volumes

      London: for Corri, 1807. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. 5 volumes. Bound in the publisher's original brown paper boards, spines worn, hinges starting, uncut as issued, with the half-titles and final ad leaf in volume 5, a GOOD set in original boards.

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        Nouvelle methode de classer les hymenopteres et les dipteres. Tome premier. Hymenopteres (all published).

      . Geneve, J. J. Paschoud, 1807. 4to. 319, 4 pp., 14 engraved plates (nine nicely hand-coloured). Contemporary (publisher's?) marbled boards, paper label on the spine.* The major entomological work of Swiss medical doctor and entomologist Louis Jurine (1751-1819). Only 250 copies published. The second part, announced in the title and meant to cover the Diptera, was never published. The work contains a comparative table of the different hymenopterid genera as treated by Fabricius, Latreille, Klug, Kirby, and by Jurine himself. Wide uncut margins. Boards a bit rubbed, otherwise a near fine copy. Horn-Schenkling 11385; Nissen ZBI, 2147..

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        is a Proof of his Anxiety for its quick arrival in India and is a mark of his esteem of his most obedt. and faithful, humble Servt. J.A. Camberledge. To Captain H.E.R. Baker of H.M.S. Jupiter and Commodore of the E.I. Fleet. This Chart of a new Passage tho' which he conducted the Fleet in August 1807

      1807 - Manuscript chart of the track of H.M.S. Jupiter for the year 1807 Manuscript chart, with the tracks of HC Surrey, and HMS Jupiters convoy of 11 East Indiamen, naval ledger to verso, minor worming. The chart depicts the track of H.M.S. Jupiter passing Madagascar in the year 1807. As the chart states:'The track of His Majesty's Ship Jupiter Commodore Baker in 1807 having under his Convoy eleven Indiamen who being prevented going to the north by constant Northerly Winds on getting the SE Trade carried the Fleet thro' this passage without meeting any Island or Shaol'As is stated above she was acting as escort for eleven East Indiamen. The continuing war with France had left many of the convoys to India, the East Indies, and China vulnerable to attack by French ships. As a reaction to this threat the British began to sail in convoy and, as here, with a military escort. H.M.S. Jupiter was a 50 gun fourth rate ship-of-the-line launched in 1778. She was wrecked on the 10th December 1808 - just three months after her return from the East - when she struck a sunken rock in Vigo Bay.The chart also bears the track of the East Indiaman Surrey dated 1805.

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      London: George Kearsley, , 1st edition. 1807 - Pp. 600 approx (unpaginated), 74 engraved plates, including 50 with partial or complete hand-coloring, 11 uncolored plates, 13 engraved plates of garden plans, implements, etc. Later half calf with red morocco title labels, over the original marbled boards, 4to. Alexander McDonald was the pseudonym used by R.W. Dickson, the actual author of the work. The fine illustrations are after drawings by Sydenham Edwards who later became the main artist for the 'Botanical Magazine'. See Nissen BBI, 479; Great Flower Books (1990), p. 115. Light scattered foxing that is a little stronger on the last few pages of the index, some occasional slight offsetting from plates, a few neat marginal pencil annotations in an old hand, a tight, very good copy in an attractive binding.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. (&quote;Jung Stilling&quote;).

      Karlsruhe, 24. Juni 1807.. ¾ S. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. An den Buchhändler Zimmer in Heidelberg, der ihn ersucht hatte, &quote;eine Erzälung für den Calender zu liefern&quote;: &quote;Ich sehe vor Augen daß es mir unmöglich ist, in so kurzer Zeit [...] Wie wärs, wenn Sie die Erzälung von mir in einem von Aschenbergs Taschenbüchern, Conrad der Gute' (so heist sie, glaube ich) wählten, und die Rubrik darüber sezten: Erzälungen von Heinrich Stilling [...] künftig Jahr werde ich dann - so Gott will - etwas Neues unter der nämlichen Rubrik mittheilen [...]&quote;. - &quote;Vor und nach Beginn der Veröffentlichung seines eigenen Taschenbuchs' hat Jung-Stilling einige Beiträge für das zwischen 1798 und 1806 von Wilhelm Aschenberg herausgegebene Taschenbuch für die Gegenden am Niederrhein' verfaßt [...] Dieses mag ihn zu seinem eigenen Taschebuch angeregt haben und teilweise Vorbild gewesen sein&quote; (Gerhard Schwinge: Jung-Stilling als Erbauungsschriftsteller der Erweckung. Eine literatur- und frömmigkeitsgeschichtliche Untersuchung seiner periodischen Schriften 1795-1816 und ihres Umfelds. Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1994, S. 287f.; zum Abdruck der erwähnten Erzählung vgl. ebd., S. 288, Anm. 113). - Mit kleiner, am linken Rand alt montierter e. Notiz von Goethes Großneffen, dem Juristen und ersten Goethe-Bibliographen Alfred Nicolovius (1806-1890): &quote;Handschrift von Jung-Stilling | Was ist ein Pietist? Der Gottes Wort studirt, | Und nach demselben auch ein heilig Leben führt'), und zeitgen. Provenienzvermerk von fremder Hand: &quote;Durch Professor A. Nicolovius&quote;. - Mit mehreren Randläsuren und 2 kleineren Ausrissen durch Siegelbruch.

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        The London Chair-Makers' and Carvers' Book of Prices, for Workmanship; As Regulated and Agreed to, by a Committee of Master Chair-Manufacturers and Journeymen. With the Methods of Computation Adopted in the Work, Illustrated by Reference to a Variety of Figures, Engraved on Sixteen Copper-Plates.

      London: Printed by T. Sorrell; for the Committee of Chair-Manufacturers and Journeymen 1807 - Second edition, 4to, 3 works in one, main volume followed by two supplementary volumes (second supplement bound before first), xxiii, [1 blank], 108, 26; [4], 19, [1]; xii, 120pp., 29 copper-engraved plates, supplementary volumes with there own title-pages, second supplement lacking half-title, some light staining to blank margins of first few leaves, recently expertly bound in half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt, red morocco title label, a nice copy. Chairmaking and carving were distinct branches of cabinetmaking during the late eighteenth century and the first half of the nineteenth century. This is the earliest book of prices specifically for chairmakers, the two supplements deal with new styles of furniture, mainly Regency. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        System der Wissenschaft. Erster Theil (all), die Phänomenologie des Geistes.

      Bamberg u. Würzburg, bey Joseph Anton Goebhardt, 1807. 8vo. Bound in a magnificent recent pastiche-binding in brown half calf with elaborately gilt spine. Small old owner's label (Dr. med. W.O. Braun) and contemporary owner's inscription (W. Kiehl) to title-page. Internally very nice and clean, with the usual light occasional brownspotting (due to the paper quality). A few tiny worm holes in the blank margin of a few leaves. Title-page + XCI, (3 - errata [crossed out in cont. hand]), (8 - contents + half title), 765, (1), (2, -adverts) pp.. The very rare first edition of Hegel's first major work, "Phenomenology of Spirit", in which he gave the first systematic account of his own philosophy. The Phenomenology of Spirit can be read as the itinerary of human reason. It traces the development of the categories of reason from the basic categories of sense perception to the manifestations of absolute spirit as religion, art, and philosophy. As the historical coming into being of reason coincides with the genesis of its self-awareness, the Phenomenology of Spirit also offers a justification of the human condition. The importance of Hegel's work for the development of modern thought cannot be overestimated. The dialectical structures which keep in place Hegel's thought shall determine the trajectory of Marx and - through the lectures of Alexandre Kojève - the course of modern French philosophy

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        The London Art of Cookery and Housekeeper's Complete Assistant. On a New Plan, made plain and easy to the Understanding of every Housekeeper, Cook and Servant in the Kingdom. The Eleventh Edition, with new and elegant Receipts. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY

      Scatcherd & Letterman, 18078vo., Eleventh Edition, with copper - engraved portrait frontispiece and 12 engraved full - page illustrations in the text, fore - edge very lightly spotted; attractively bound in twentieth century tan calf, back with gilt rules, second compartment with nineteenth - century red leather label lettered and tooled in gilt, boards unevenly sunned else a very good, remarkably bright, crisp copy. First published in 1783, Farley's work was a popular and continuing success, reaching its twelfth edition in 1811. Principal Cook at the London Tavern, Farley claims that his work 'unlike so many which are without method or order, is marked by perspicuity and regularity'. However Cagle reveals that Fiona Lucraft provides a detailed account of the author's plagiarism from Raffald and Glasse. Farley's name appears below the portrait from the ninth edition (?) onwards. Bitting 152; Cagle, 675; Maclean, pp.50 - 52; Oxford, p.114; Wheaton & Kelly 2066 (all recording the first edition). SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION.

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        Tales from Shakespear. Designed for the Use of Young Persons

      London: Thomas Hodgkins, 1807 - Beautiful set of the classic which the Lambs set about writing at the suggestion and encouragement of of William Godwin, who hired Thomas Hodgkins to run The Juvenile Library on his behalf. The Lambs' prose adaptations (Charles did the tragedies, Mary the comedies) were written primarily for the benefit of girls, for, as they state in the Preface, "boys are generally permitted the use of their fathers' libraries at a much earlier age than girls are, they frequently have the best of Shakespear by heart, before their sisters are permitted to look into this manly book.' The result was, according to the Cambridge History of English Literature, "the first book which, appealing to a general audience and to a rising generation, made Shakespeare a familiar and popular author . " First edition, first issue, with the T. Davison imprint on the verso of p. 235 of Volume 1, and the earlier address of Hanway Street on the ads in Volume 2. 2 vols., 12mo. 20 engraved plates after drawings by Mulready, including frontispieces; 3pp. of ads at rear of second volume. Full crushed blue by Rivière, gilt fillet borders, spines in 6 compartments, richly gilt and lettered, gilt dentelles, blue marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Fine set. Roff/Livingston, pp. 61ff [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts **4 VOLUMES 1780 to 1807**

      I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, Boston, MA 1807 - (full book description) I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, Boston, MA, 1807. 1st Ed(AsSuch) Good-, Hard Covers, Leather Covers. Size=5.5"x8.5", 1000+pp(Index). Full leatherbound with red leather spine labels. Leather worn head & foot of spine, fore-edge corners, ink owner name, date on blank page after front free endpaper of each volume, outer leather spine hinge cracked on Volumes 1,2 & 4, foxing in text, o.w. all are clean & tight. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE DISEASES OF INDIA, AS THEY APPEARED IN THE ENGLISH FLEET, AND IN THE NAVAL HOSPITAL AT MADRAS, IN 1782 AND L783 With Observations on Ulcers and the Hospital Sores of That Country, to Which is Prefixed, a View of the Diseases on an Expedition, and Passage of a Fleet and Armament to India in 1781

      Edinburgh: London. Good; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by 40%. . Sale price ends soon!***. 1807. First Edition. Hardcover. Very rare. Mottled calf leather bound cover with maroon leather spine label has crackling with chips to the leather at corners but has been well preserved to prevent further deterioration. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Pages are lightly toned with very mild scattered foxing and in overall very good condition. ; 283 pages .

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      Very Good-; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced . by 40%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1807. Hardcover. Original 1807 handwritten illuminated prayer book. 273-page with 7-page index at rear was articulately handwritten in German in three-color ink and decorated with an exquisite frontis drawing in 7 colors, this book is bound with an embossed leather board with floral-gilt surround, "R. G." in gilt on front cover, housed in brown leather 2 part slip-case. The book has elaborate headings and footings and several ink and water color illustrations. .

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        A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of Lewis and Clark

      M'Keehan 1807 - The true first edition of this 1807 account of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Is complete, except that the title page is a facsimile, new end papers, first couple of pages have some pieces missing (see photo). The first published book on the expedition, the greatest in the history of the American west. Bound in quarter leather over marbled boards, very good condition. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Pittsburgh: Printed by Zadok Cramer for David M'Keehan, 1807., 1807. 12mo., (6 5/8 x 4 1/8 inches). "WE HAVE ENCOURAGED OUR MEN TO KEEP JOURNALS, AND SEVEN OF THEM DO SO, TO WHOM IN THIS RESPECT WE GIVE EVERY ASSISTANCE IN OUR POWER" (Lewis, letter to Jefferson 7 April 1805). First edition. The first full published account of the Corps of Discovery by a member of the expedition, Patrick Gass, who "became one of the best-known members of the expedition for several reasons: his key role as sergeant brought his name up frequently in the journals of Lewis and Clark; his account was the first to be published; he was the first to have a biography written about him; and finally, he outlived the other members of the Corps of Discovery by decades" (Wagner-Camp-Becker 6:1). "Although [Gass's Journal] lacked the insight, reflection, and depth of geographic, ethnographic, diplomatic, and scientific observations penned by Lewis and Clark, it and Jefferson's Message from the President were the only accounts available for seven years to describe the expedition's adventures" (Beckham, p. 89). "Sergeant Patrick Gass outlived every person who served on the Lewis and Clark expedition whose fate is known. Having lived so long, Gass is one of the best known of the expedition's enlisted men and has had more written about him than any other man in the Corps of Discovery, except for the two captains" (DANB). Beckham The Literature of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, pp 89-90, 3.1; Graff 1516; Howes G-77; Sabin 26741; Shaw 12646; Smith 3465. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Art de fabriquer le fer, de fondre et de forger des pièces d'artillerie.

      Delalain, Paris 1807 - 4to (256x200 mm), xxxvii, (3) 654, (2) pp., marbled endpapers, half title, title with small vignette, 13 engraved folding plates. Contemporary full calf with morocco label and gilt-tooled spine (boards, hinges and extremities rubbed), interior bright and virtually unfoxed. A fine and copy of an extraordinarily rare work, important in the history of metallurgy and iron mineralogy. ---- Exeedingly rare second edition, much rarer than the first edition (only one copy listed in Worldcat: Ecole des Mines, Paris). In 1775 Pierre Grignon published a book on various aspects of iron mineralogy and metallurgy which is of considerable importance to the history of metallurgy and crystallography. Grignon was occupied in the commerical operation of a blast furnace and forge plant and his science stemmed from observations on a much larger scale than those of his laboratry contemporaries. He had the opportunity to see large crystals in shrinkage heads of large castings. The first memoir of structural interest « Mémoire sur les métamorphoses du fer » had been read before the French Academy in 1761, but was not published until 1775. Here, he provides a model of crystal structure which is qualitatively the same as that used by Romé de l'Isle in 1772, by Tobern Bergman in 1773, and particularly by the great Haüy in 1784, and it is not improbable that Grignon's ideas, public but unpublished, provided the stimulus for the mathematical approach of these more famous crystallographers. Although the possibility of solid solutions as a mixed aggregate is implicit in the ideas of many of the corpuscular philosophers, it is Grignon who first describes a crystallographic model of a mixed crystal (Smith, History of Metallography, pp. 132-136). The 1807 edition is an exact reprint of the first edition with identical page numbering. ---- Seconde Edition, extrement rare (un seul exemplaire répertorié dans WorldCat à Ecole des Mines, Paris). Pierre-Clément Grignon (1723 -1784), savant métallurgiste, maitre de forge, correspondant de l'Académie Royale des Sciences, dirigeat les forges de Bayard près de Saint-Dizier. Ami de Buffon, il se livra à divers expériences sur le fer et s'efforça de trouver une méthode pour fondre une meilleure qualité de ce minerai. La fonte des canons représentant une activité de la forge de Bayard, Grignon expérimenta pour leur fabrication une nouvelle matière, la régule de fer ; il participa activement à la rédaction de la section Forges ou l'Art du fer de l'Encyclopédie. Il réuni l'ensemble de ses travaux dans cet ouvrage orné de 13 planches gravées dépliantes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Country Gentleman's Architect; containing a variety of designs for farm houses and farm yards of different magnitudes, arranged on the most approved principles for arable, grazing, feeding, and dairy farms; with plans and sections shewing at large the construction of cottages, barns, stables, feeding-houses, dairies, brew-houses, maltings, &c. With plans for stables and dog-kennels; to which are added, designs for labourers' cottages and small villas. The whole adapted to the use of country gentlemen about to build or to alter.

      London, J. Taylor, 1807 - 4°, 26 S (Text), 22 Kupferstich-Taf., Kart., Rücken im Stil der Zeit fachmänisch erneuert, Papier min. gebräunt, schönes Exemplar. Erste Auflage. John Lugar (1772/3-1855), architect, was the son of a Colchester carpenter. He established himself in London ca. 1799, and exhibited at the Royal Academy from that date on; in due course he developed a very widespread practice as a country-house architect, which extended to Scotland and Wales as well as throughout much of England. His first book of designs, which helped bring his name to public attention, was his 1805 Architectural sketches for cottages, rural dwelling, and villas. Lugar was a practitioner of the Picturesque after the manner of John Nash and Humphry Repton, working in a wide variety of architectural styles including the 'Grecian', the Tudor Gothic, and that of the cottage ornée as well as the castellated. He also served as county surveyor for Essex from 1812 to 1816, and became a freeman of Colchester in 1812. (Thanks for information to Mr. John Dury, Essex). 2000 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Holy Bible: containing the Old and New Testaments [bound with] Practical Observations on the Old and New Testaments by Mr. Ostervald [and] A Brief Concordance by John Brown

      New York: Collins, Perkins, and Co.. 1807; 1806. Second edition. Thick quarto. Complete as issued with separate title pages for the New Testament, Ostervald's Notes, and Brown's Concordance (all dated 1806), 10 illustrated plates, and 2 folding maps. Contemporary full calf, morocco spine label, marbled endpapers. The binding is worn, two front fly leaves are detached, else good or better. An early Collins's Bible from New York with a six-page family record (bound between the Old and New Testaments) containing a manuscript genealogy of the Barber family spanning the years 1743-1836. John E. Barber was a banker from Massachusetts and member of the prominent Barber family of Norfolk County. The genealogy includes pencil notes by John E. Barber at the end of the record and on three sheets of stationary laid in. The record also includes members of the Carey, Orne, and Whiting families. According to the note laid in by Barber, the Bible was found in the Carey House at Medway, Massachusetts, and it contains the oldest known record of the Barber family. Scarce, with very pleasing illustrated plates and a notable provenance. .

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        Travels in the Interior of Africa in the Years 1795, 1796, 1797 (2 Volumes in One book)

      W. Bulmer, London 1807 - 8vo - over 7¾. Book. Fifth edition, 2 vols in one book, xx + 550 + xvi + cviii + 301 pp. Lg. thick 8vo. Recently and attractively bound in half tan calf, marbled boards, raised bands with double labels and gilt letters and date. Engraved frontis and 5 engraved plates, 3 of which are folding, and 2 folding maps, 1 full page text map, and additional text illustrations. Park was among the first and greatest of African explorers, sent out by the African Association to lead an expedition into the Interior of Africa. he was the first to reach the Niger River and was subsequently killed by natives east of Timbouctou. A couple of nicks, pages 235-239 misbound. Book has been collated and is completed. With some minor foxing. A handsome crisp, fresh copy with good maps and plates.

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        Aphorisms of Sir Philip Sidney; With Remarks by Miss [Jane] Porter, (Author of Thaddeus of Warsaw).

      London: Printed by C. Stower for Longman Hurst Rees and Orme. 1807 - FIRST EDITION. 2 volumes. 12mo, 158 x 92 mms., pp. [iv], xv [xvi blank], 222 [223 - 224 adverts]; vi [sic for viii], 225 [226 adverts], including half-title in each volume, engraved portrait of Sidney as frontispiece in volume 1, engraved image of "The Princess of Arcadia" as frontispiece to volume 2 (both by Freeman after R. K. Porter, the author's brother), contemporary tree calf, gilt spines, red leather labels; upper front joint volume 1 slightly cracked, otherwise a fine set with the contempoary autograph "Mariana Wainman" on the top margin of the title-page in each volume. a Jane Porter (1776 - 1850) was indeed best known as the author of two very popular novels, Thaddeus of Warsaw and he Scottish Chiefs, neither of which seem to appeal to many 21st century readers. In her entry on Jane Porter in ODNB, Dorothy McMillan notes, "Porter's minor literary productions confirm her somewhat inflated sense of herself as a woman of letters." Her appearance was frequently commented on: "There is Haydon's celebrated story of Lord Abercorn, who, having invited the Porter sisters and paid their travel, sneaked a secret look at his guests, pronounced them frights, and left the house until they had gone. Mostly, however, Jane Porter was found handsome: dark and stately, she was dubbed 'Il Penseroso' by S. C. Hall, as opposed to Anna Maria's fair and lively 'L'Allegro'. Miss Mitford found Porter the only literary lady not 'fit for a scarecrow' (L'Estrange, 2.152), but Lady Morgan found her ill-dressed, 'lackadaisical' with the 'air of a regular Melpomene' (Owenson, Memoirs, 2.396). Maginn, however, remarks that even in her later years she had a 'long and handsome face' (Maginn, 404)." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Reply To The Essay on Population, by the Rev. T. R. Malthus, In a Series of Letters, To Which Are Added, Extracts From the Essay; With Notes

      1807, hardcover. Author unattributed but: William Hazlitt, 1778-1830. Pagination: iv, [3] - 40, 43 - 378; [6] pages of publisher's ads. Complete and collated as per Geoffrey Keynes "C8 has been cancelled ... pp.41-42 missing." -- Later binding, 3/4 blue leather over marbled boards, gilt spine decoration, raised bands, top edge gilt, pages irregularly trimmed. -- Condition: leather is rubbed at bands and edges; spine color a bit faded; marginal notes to a few early pages "18 Aug 1810." -- An important early portrayal of Hazlitt's political philosophy, that the individual imagination (idea of the good) is the source of voluntary action, sympathy with others, and self-control of population--as opposed to Malthus' concept that only imposed starvation and misery keep the poor from over-populating. [John Kinnaird and Hazlitt letters] -- RARE.

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        Udfald mod de Engelske i Classens Have, under Kiöbenhavns Beleiring, d. 31. August 1807.

      . Akvatinte udfört af G.L. Lahde efter forlaeg af C.W. Eckersberg. 1807. 32 x 46 cm. Empireramme i trae med forgyldte dekorationer. Enkelte pletter i papiret. * Tidlig om morgenen den 31. august rykkede 2200 mand under oberst Bechs kommando ud fra Kastellet mod Classens Have som la mellem Classensgade, Österbrogade, Rosenvaengets Alle og stranden ca. 1 km nord for det davaerende Köbenhavns Öster Port. Formalet var at afbraende bygninger og omkappe traeer, og derfor deltog 50 tömmermaend fra Holmen ogsa. Udfaldet blev understöttet med 3 kanonbade fra sösiden. Det var under dette udfald, at generalmajor Peymann blev saret af en flintekugle i det venstre lar. Han naegtede dog at afgive sin kommando, men i praksis overtog Bielefeldt mere og mere kommandoen i de fölgende dage, imens Bille fortsat var naestkommanderende; der var iövrigt ingen taktisk arsag til at Köbenhavns överstkommanderende deltog i dette udfald.<br>Eckersberg har fastholdt udfaldet med sin skitse, som efterfölgende blev stukket af G.L. Lahde. Til venstre kan man se en af tömmermaendene i gang med at faelde et trae, foran ligger döde eller sarede soldater, imens krudtrögen bölger i baggrunden.<br>Bille skrev om udfaldet: "Entreprisen lykkedes for en del da bygningerne blev afbraendte, og flere traeer omkappede. Hos os (= i söforsvaret) mistede vi 1 död og havde 2 blesserede". En noget behersket beskrivelse i betragtning af, at dette udfald bade dengang, i historielitteraturen senere og i dag pa (andre) hjemmesider omtales som et vaesentligt og vellykket udfald.<br> <br><br>Og i övrigt var et udfald den 20. august mod Svanemöllen en meget större operation. Her deltog i alt 3.800 mand, som i en knibtangsmanövre skulle sikre omradet helt op til Svanemöllen og samtidig ödelaegge de engelske batteristillinger. Udfaldet lykkedes imidlertid ikke. Dels fordi de engelske styrker var vores overlegne, dels fordi oberstlöjtnant Voight, som havde kommandoen, glemte at signalere til de kanonbade som skulle understötte udfaldet (se Kriegers rapport fra den 20.), hvilket han blev straffet for i den efterfölgende krigsretssag. Men det aendrer jo ikke pa at udfaldet var strategisk rigtigt: engelske tropper skulle forhindres i at komme for taet pa Köbenhavn, og engelsk artilleri skulle ödelaegges, sa det ikke hindrede kanonbadene i at angribe fjendens landsaetningsfartöjer.<br><br>Derimod var udfaldet mod Classens Have den 31. august helt uden strategisk betydning. Englaenderne havde pa dette tidspunkt faerdiggjort deres batteristillinger, som la uden for söerne - altsa meget laengere vaek fra byen end Classens Have. Udfaldet kunne pa ingen made genere fjenden - de döde og sarede soldater pa Eckersberg skitse er formentlig danske, da de engelske styrker ikke opholdt sig i Classens have. Omradet var uden strategisk betydning for dem.<br><br>Det kunne maske haevdes, at denne karakteristik af udfaldet den 31. skyldes historikerens bagklogskab. Men dels var det nyttelöst at foretage et udfald, som kun havde Classens Have som mal, nar fjendens hele strategi byggede pa et artilleriangreb. Dels er kommandör Billes beskrivelse ganske tydelig: "Entreprisen lykkedes for en del" - og det er ikke nok til at udfaldet kan karakteriseres som et vaesentligt og vellykket udfald.<br><br>Men udfaldet i Classens Have er blevet kendt, fordi det lykkedes at sikre omradet, og fordi Köbenhavns kommandant blev saret. I övrigt var det jo unaegtelig lidt svaert at tale haedrende om udfaldet den 20., nar det ikke lykkedes, og den ansvarlige officer blev tiltalt for sködelöshed!.

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        CODE CIVIL, suivi de l?exposé des motifs, sur chaque loi, présenté par les Orateurs du Gouvernement; - Des rapports faits au Tribunat au nom de la Commission de Législation; - Des opinions émises dans le cours de la discusssion; - Des discours prononcés au Corps Législatif par les Orateurs du Tribunat; - Et d?une Table analytique et raisonnée des matières tant du Code que des discours.Tome 1 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 8 - 9 - 10 et 2 tomes reliés en 1 volume de suppléments. 9 Volumes (manque les tomes 2 et 7).

      Firmin Didot 1807-1821, Paris, - veau marbré de l?époque, ornementations et titre dorés au dos, cuir par endroits frotté.

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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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        A JOURNEY FROM MADRAS THROUGH THE COUNTRIES OF MYSOR, CANARA, AND MALABAR, Performed Under the Orders of the Most Noble the Marquis Wellesley, Governor General of India, for the Express Purpose of Investigating the State of Agriculture, Arts and Commerce; The Religion, Manners and Customs; The History Natural and Civil, and Antiquities, in the Dominions of the Rajah of Mysore and the Countries Acquired by the Honourable East India Company, in the Late and Former Wars, From Tippoo Sultaun. Published Under the Authority and Patronage of the Honourable the Directors of the East India Company.

      T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1807 - 1st Ed. 3 vols. 4to. Half title present to vol. 1. 37 copper plates including 1 cold., 2 ports., 5 folding tables, folding map. Marginal blind institutional stamps throughout, markings to verso of t.p., light browning, signature [3E2] to vol. 2. cracked with loss to text, signature [Dd2] to vol. 2. crudely repaired, t.p. to vol. 3 silked to tail with sm. repair to tail of t.p. of vol. 2., some minor sporadic staining, handsomely rebound in dark green crushed morocco with cloth boards, gilt lettering to spines. Francis Hamilton [formerly Buchanan], (1762&#150;1829), East India Company surgeon and botanist. ODNB &#145;. In 1800 Lord Wellesley appointed him to survey the newly conquered kingdom of Mysore, a posting which enabled him to collect a vast number of new botanical specimens. At the same time his survey, in both its portrayal of Tipu Sultan as a rapacious tyrant and its inventory of Mysore's natural wealth, vindicated Wellesley's controversial conquest, thereby earning Buchanan the governor-general's continued affection. A rambling, unedited version of the survey was published [as the above] .&#146; US$1658 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        4 Prints "The Hog Deer at Bay", "Hunting an Old Buffalo" (Number 25), The Tiger at Bay" & "Hog Hunters Meeting by Surprise a Tugress and her Cubs. " FROM : Oriental Field Sports; being a complete, detailed, and accurate description of the Wild Sports of the East; and exhibiting, in a novel and interesting manner, the Natural History of. . . undomesticated animals. . . interspersed with a variety of origianl, authentic, and curious anecdotes BY Captain Thomas Wiliamson

      London: Edward Orme, Printseller to His Majesty Henri Merke was principal engraver, 1807. from the First edition. 4 vols., Image 14-1/2 x 18-1/2 inches. 4 colored aquatint plates Number 25, by H. Merke after Samuel Howitt's Drawings. Uiformly framed and glazed in curly maple. Some fading and browning. Abbey Travel 427; Nissen ZBI, 4416; Schwerdt, vol. II, p. 297; Tooley (1954), 508 . Williamson spent 20 years in Bengal. Howitt was the brother-in-law of Thomas Rowlandson. British Sporting Artists, 165 "The most beautiful book on Indian Sport in Existence. Another edition was published in 1808. It is greatly inferior to the First edition."

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      Cincinnati: From the press of John W. Browne, 1807.. 119,[1]pp. [bound with:] OBSERVATIONS ON CHURCH GOVERNMENT...TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THAT REVEREND BODY.... Cincinnati: From the press of John W. Browne, 1807. 23pp. 12mo. Original floral- patterned paper over a calf backstrip. Most of the spine paper perished, boards stained and worn. Titlepage stained, carrying through in lesser fashion to the following eight leaves. Bottom inch of titlepage torn away, not affecting the imprint or any text. Small paper flaw in the leaf containing pp.87-88, costing a few letters but not affecting the sense of the text. Uniform tanning, a few signatures loosening. On the whole, still an attractive copy, in original condition. In a brown half morocco and cloth clamshell box, spine gilt. A major rarity of American religious texts, this is the first edition of the first full- length book published by the Shakers. It is of extreme importance as an eyewitness account of the rise of the Shaker movement in the West, as well as a source of Shaker doctrine. MacLean calls McNemar the "father of Shaker literature," and Bestor calls this work "the basic source on Shaker expansion to the West." McNemar was originally a Presbyterian, but later converted to Shakerism and worked hard to establish that faith on the American frontier. "This is a first-hand account by a leader of the Kentucky Revival, one of the first western Shaker converts, which has been quoted extensively by later authors. McNemar describes frontier revivals, the Presbyterian schism, beginnings of Shakerism in the West, and early Shaker relations with the Indians" - Richmond. McNemar is also the author of the second tract included here, OBSERVATIONS ON CHURCH GOVERNMENT..., but is only identified on the titlepage as the "Presbyter of Springfield." Springfield was a small community located eleven miles north of Cincinnati. It is a separate work from THE KENTUCKY REVIVAL..., with its own titlepage, and separate pagination and signatures. The text explains the tenets of the Shaker faith. Thomson calls THE KENTUCKY REVIVAL... "very scarce. This was one of the earliest books printed in Cincinnati." It is very rare on the market indeed. Streeter was only able to acquire an 1808 Pittsfield reprint, and no copies of this first edition are located in auction records over the past thirty years. Rare and important. AII (OHIO) 64, 70. THOMSON 767. MACLEAN 65. RICHMOND 929, 1333. RUSK II:251-252. WILKIE 90, 97. BESTOR, BACKWOODS UTOPIAS, p.256. COLEMAN 992. HOWES M177, "aa." SABIN 43605, 89893. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 12969, 13571.

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        ALMANACH IMPERIAL POUR L'AN M. DCCC. VII, présenté à S. M. l'Empereur et roi.

      1807 - A Paris, Chez Testu, Imprimeur de sa Majesté, sans date [1807]. Fort ouvrage in-8 (130 X 203) maroquin vieux rouge à long grain, large encadrement de dentelle dorée sur les plats, écusson de guirlande dorée ceint d'une couronne florale avec au centre la lettre D en majuscule, dos lisse orné dans le compartiment central de l'aigle impérial avec dans chaque angle la couronne impériale, croisement de filets perlés, étoiles dorées, couronnes impériales, chainette dorée en queue, pièces de titre et de datation maroquin vert lierre, bordure intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque) ; 868 pages. EDITION ORIGINALE, avec les armes impériales gravées en taille douce sur la page de titre. Almanach qui fait suite aux almanachs royaux et nationaux parus sans discontinuer depuis 1699. Il donne les noms des principaux fonctionnaires publics à Paris et en province, la nomenclature des villes avec le nombre d'habitants, horaires des diligences, etc. Les administrations devaient fournir à l'éditeur Testu les listes des fonctionnaires avant le 15 décembre pour que l'almanach paraisse au début du mois de janvier. (CARTERET, Les Almanachs français, 1433). BEL EXEMPLAIRE en maroquin décoré, orné sur les plats d'un écusson au centre duquel est doré le chiffre « D », non identifié. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, London 1807 - Two volumes complete - Volume One - [8], 158pp, [2] and Volume Two - [8], 170pp. Contemporary quarter morocco and marbled paper over boards, smooth backs divided into six panels by single gilt rules, volume number in gilt to third panel. Rubbed to spine ends, corners and edges bumped and worn. Front inner joint of volume one weak, some light foxing and browning, mainly to fore-edge margin, very lightly browned, but generally fairly clean. Now housed in a marbled paper over board slipcase made by Temple Bookbinders. This copy with the full stop after 'Sonnets' on page 103 in volume one, and with 'function' spelled correctly on page 98 of volume two, D11 and D12 of volume one and B2 of volume two are cancels (as usual). Wise 8; Cornell Wordsworth Library 19 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Disertacion sobre dos Zodiacos recien descubiertos en Egipto, leida en junta extraordinaria de la Academia de Religion Catolica el dia 5 de julio de 1802. Traducida de italiano en castellano por Don Luis Testa, presbitero, secretario de la Legacia de Roma.

      Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1807. - in-8. (1f.blanc). 3ff. 58pp. 1 planche gravée hors-texte. (1f.blanc). Plein maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné, armoiries royales au centre du plat supérieur, filet doré d'encadrement, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque, petits trous de vers au dos). Première et unique traduction en espagnol de cette dissertation relative à la découverte de deux zodiaques en Egypte lors de la campagne de Napoléon. Leur datation suscita une vive polémique parmi les astronomes de l'époque (Lalande, Burckhardt, etc.) parce qu'elle semblait remettre en question la chronologie biblique. L'abbé Testa (1746-1825), soutenu par l'archéologue Visconti, devint le chef de file des défenseurs de la Bible et data les zodiaques du IIIe siècle avant J-C. L'ouvrage est illustré d'une planche gravée représentant des chapiteaux des temples de Dendérah et de Henné. Précieux exemplaire aux armes du roi d'Espagne Carlos IV (1788-1808). Palau, 331020. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poems Volume 1

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. 1807 - Vol. 1 only. (10) + 158pp. Red speckled edges to pages. Red cloth with paper title label.Corners a little rubbed. Rebacked. Erratum slip at end. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres de Jean Racine. Avec les variantes et les imitations des auteurs grecs et latin, publiees par M. Petitot.

      Paris, Stereotype d'herhan, 1807.. 5 vols. 21,5 x 13,5 1 Frontispiz von St. Aubin und 12 Tafeln von Moreau, gestochen von de Ghendt, Roger, Simonet, und Trire. Lederbände der Zeit mit reicher Rücken-, und Deckelvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt.. Kanten, Ecken und Kapitale berieben. Kapitale mit kleinen Fehlstellen. Vorsätze leicht braunfleckig. Tafeln und Text sehr gut erhalten und sauber. Mit Exlibris.

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        Travels of Bertrandon De La Brocquiere , Counsellor & First Esquire-Carver to Philippe Le Bon, Duke of Burgundy to Palestine and His Return from Jerusalem overland to France during the Years 1432 & 1433 . [Travels to Palestine].

      Hafod Press, by James Henderson., Hafod. 1807 - Tall 8vo,[3] 336 pp. folding engraved map 'Tartary' . "Travels of Bertrandon De La Brocquiere , Counsellor & First Esquire-Carver to Philippe Le Bon, Duke of Burgundy to Palestine, and His Return from Jerusalem overland to France during the Years 1432 & 1433. Extracted and put into modern French from a manuscript in the National Library at Paris, and published by M. Le Grand D'Aussy, in the fifth vol. of the Mem. de l'Institut." Fine Contemporary Burgundy Full 'Russia' Binding with gilt ruled turn-in A.E.G. Green end papers. From the Library, Earl of Leitrim with his Bookplate. Fine Handsome Copy [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Paris: L&#39;Imprimerie Imperiale, 1807/1811/1816.. Two large quarto volumes plus folio atlas, bound in one volume, consisting of the following: 1) VOYAGE DE DECOUVERTES...HISTORIQUE. Two volumes. Engraved portrait in volume two. Three folding tables. 2) PARTIE HISTORIQUE ATLAS. Two parts bound in one. Engraved title for each part. First part contains forty plates including map, five colored coastal profiles, fourteen ethnographic plates (eight colored), eight other views (one of which is colored, and two folding, including Lesueur&#39;s view of Sydney), eleven natural history plates (nine colored) and one technical plate. Second part contains fourteen maps (two double-page or folding). Uniformly bound in three-quarter antique calf and later 19th-century marbled boards, spines gilt, leather labels. Occasional minor foxing in both text volumes. Plates and maps in atlas volume all pristine. Overall a clean and near fine set, untrimmed. The very rare account of the Baudin- Freycinet expedition, one of the most important early explorations of Australia. The expedition was sent out by the French government in 1800 with orders to complete the cartographic survey of the Australian coast. Commanded by Nicolas Baudin, the expedition left France in 1800 and sailed via Mauritius to the Australian coast in the region of Cape Leeuwin, arriving in May 1801. Peron sailed as naturalist on the expedition and Freycinet as cartographer. The vessels, Geographe and Naturaliste, sailed north from Cape Leeuwin, surveying the coast and making observations on the natural history and inhabitants, until they crossed to Timor. After three months the two ships set out for Tasmania, continued making detailed surveys, and went on to Sydney. The group then undertook a complete survey of the southern coast and an examination of the northern coast before returning to Mauritius where, near the end of 1803, Baudin died. It was a celebrated voyage which brought back to France the most important collection of natural history specimens in the history of the French Museum, as well as a wealth of geographical and other information. The narrative of the expedition was begun by Peron, and completed by Freycinet after Peron&#39;s death. A tacit agreement between Peron and Freycinet, both of whom disliked Baudin, kept the commander&#39;s name mostly absent from the present official account of the expedition. Flinders completed his survey of the Australian coast before Baudin, but his imprisonment by the French in Mauritius for seven years resulted in the French exploration account being published first. Consequently, the Baudin-Freycinet narrative includes the first complete and fully detailed map of the Australian continent. It is justly one of the most famous depictions of Australia ever produced, with virtually the entire southern coast labeled "Terre Napolean," indicating possible French colonial ambitions. The ...HISTORIQUE ATLAS contains a group of beautiful color plates, mostly of natural history specimens, many of which depict what the French saw during their important visit to Tasmania. The navigational text and atlas, which was issued separately a few years later, is rarely found together with the narrative section. A most important Pacific voyage account. FERGUSON 449,536. DUNMORE, FRENCH EXPLORERS IN THE PACIFIC II, pp.9-40. WANTRUP 78a,79a. HILL, pp.229-30 (narrative volumes only). Davidson, BOOK COLLECTOR&#39;S NOTES, pp.108-10. Sharp, DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA, pp.232-39. Plomley, THE BAUDIN EXPEDITION AND THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINES 1802.

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        Travels Through the Two Louisianas, and Among the Savage Nations of the Missouri; Also, in the United States, Along the Ohio, and the Adjacent Provinces, in 1801, 1802, & 1803. With a Sketch of the Manners, Customs, Characters, and the Civil.

      Richard Phillips, 6, New Bridge Street, Blackfriars 1807 - Very Good Plus condition. Three-Quarter leather with marbled boards. Minor crack in surface of the leather spine. ; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels in the Interior Parts of America; Communicating Discoveries Made in Exploring the Missouri, Red River and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar; with a Statistical account of the Countries Adjacent. As Laid Before the Senate, by the President of the United States. In February, 1806, and Never Before Published in Great Britain

      London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1807. First English edition. three-quarter burgundy calf lettered in gilt on spine, over marbled boards. Edges a tad worn, rear endpapers split at lower edge over joint, else fine. Octavo. 116 pp Illustrated with charts and diagrams, one folding table The first work to provide a real accounting of the southwestern portion of the Louisiana purchase, and also the first London edition of the first official publication with detailed information of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The first section contains material which Meriweather Lewis communicated to Thomas Jefferson, and discussed their route, trade, the Indians encountered, the flora and fauna, and, of course, the geography of the land. The southern explorations and their detailed accounts are also of equal importance, and include the first account of Texas in book form, the letters by Dr. Sibley to Henry Dearborn, in which Dr. Sibley discusses various Texas Indian tribes and about the Red River country [Sabin 40826. Howes L 319].

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        The Stranger in America: containing Observations made during a long Residence in that Country, on the Genius, Manners and Customs of the people of the United States; with Biographical Particulars of Public Characters; hints and facts relative to the Arts, Sciences, Commerce, Agriculture, Manufactures, Emigration, and the Slave Trade

      London: Albion Press: Printed for James Cundee. 1807. First. First edition. Quarto. xiii, [2], 16-22, 499, [1] pp. Illustrated with 11 plates: engraved title, 1 map, and 9 tinted aquatints by M. Marigot, with an additional aquatint vignette of the Philadelphia Water Works. Lacks the 6 page publisher&#39;s catalog at the rear. Contemporary owner&#39;s manuscript index in neat ink on two front fly leaves. Marbled paper boards re-backed in early three-quarter calf, black morocco spine label with gilt title, all edges marbled. Moderate rubbing, scuffing to the board edges, toning to the text pages and plates, very good. A handsome copy of Janson&#39;s astute and entertaining account of his travels in America, illustrated with very fine aquatint plates depicting landscape views of Philadelphia, Long Island Sound and Boston, many architectural views of central Philadelphia (including an engraved map of the city plan), and an early view of Washington&#39;s Mt. Vernon. The narrative is notable for its many observations on the condition of native Americans, African Americans, and the working classes. It also includes one of the earliest accounts of the Lewis & Clark expedition, an "interesting and dangerous enterprise" which Jefferson "pitched upon two skilful and prudent officers, Captain Lewis and Lieutenant Clarke." A full transcript of Lieutenant Clark&#39;s long letter to his brother dated Sept. 23, 1806 is printed in one the appendices. Abbey Travel 648; Sabin 35770; Library Company Afro-Americana 5233. .

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