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        Nye Blandede Digte.

      1807 1807 - [Første Samling]. Orig. udg. Kbhvn.: Frederik Brummers Forlag 1807. Med kobberstukket titelblad af J. Sonne. (8) + 374 s. Eksemplar på skrivepapir indbundet i smukt samtidigt marmoreret hellæder med forgyldning på ryg og sider. * Plesner 124. Bibl. Dan. IV, 212.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        A DESCRIPTION OF CEYLON, Containing An Account of the Country Inhabitants and Natural Productions; With Narratives of a Tour Round the Island in 1800, the Campaign in Candy in 1803, and a Journey to Ramisseram in 1804

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme 1807. . 1st Ed. 2 vols. 4to. xii + 445pp. + [ii]. publ. adverts. + vi + 360pp. Map, plan, plate of alphabet, 3 uncold. line plates including 1 tinted by hand in sepia, 19 sepia aquatint plates including 2 folding. Light browning, some light textual offsetting to some plates, ex.-libris William Rashleigh, hinges neatly taped, original gilt rule edged half calf with marbled boards, corners rubbed, rebacked at different times using different leather with much of original spines laid down, dec. gilt motifs with gilt lettered title labels to spines. Abbey Travel 409; Cox, Vol. 1. pp.310.& James Cordiner (1775–1836), Scottish Episcopal clergyman in Ceylon and India. ODNB ‘... While living at Peterhead he prepared his two-volume [above work] for the press. The work, which was handsomely illustrated with engravings taken from Cordiner's own drawings, described his experiences of the country including his observation of an elephant hunt, pearl fishing, and cinnamon cultivation, as well as a tour of the island. The second part of the work described, on the basis of second-hand information, details of military operations in 1803 ...’ US$2400

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        Sixteen Scenes Taken from the Miseries of Human Life - By One of the Wretched

      William Miller, London 1807 - [16], plates. Contemporary half calf and marbled paper over boards, smooth back, remnants of gilt decoration to spine. Outer joints worn, minor splitting, a little weak but holding well, corners bumped and worn, marbled paper rubbed and stained. Internally light water staining to top portion of title, the folding plate has a small brown mark and slight off-setting from colouring, occasional light finger marking to margins, but tolerably clean, scuff to front pastedown where a label was removed. Complete with engraved title with hand-coloured vignette and sixteen (including one folding) plates, each with a page of descriptive letterpress. Abbey Life 259 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Allgemeines Rettungsbuch. Oder Anleitung vielerley Lebensgefahren, welchen die Menschen zu Lande und zu Wasser ausgesetzt sind, vorzubeugen. Eine gekrönte Preisschrift. Neue Aufl. Grätz, Kienreich, 1807. XII, 352 S. Marm. Pp. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. RSch. (etwas berieben).

      Vgl. Engelmann, Bibl.-med., 437.- Kurioses, populäres technologisches Werk über Blitz- und Brandschutz, Verletzungen durch Pferde und Maschinen, zur Rettung aus Gruben, Eis, Schiffbruch uvm. Der in dieser Ausgabe neu hinzugekommene Teil zu Berufsrisiken und Gefahren am Arbeitsplatz enthält verschiedene Aufzeichnungen der hauptsächlichen Gesundheitsgefahren und Krankheitsquellen für Bäcker, Bierbrauer, Hutmacher, Schmiede, Weber, Schneider, Totengräber, Wäscherinnen und Fleischhauer.- Titel gestempelt und mit leichtem Feuchtrand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        Theil von Baaden

      Kupferstich entstanden unter der Leitung von Friedrich Wilhelm Streit und anderen beim Geographischen Institut Weimar 1807. 33.5x44 cm. Sect. 119. Maßst. ca. 1:175.000 - Engelmann, Geogr. S. 439 - Lex. Gesch. Kartogr. S. 259 - Tooley 2 IV, S. 225 - Das Gebiet zwischen Bad König, Würzburg, Jagstberg und Mosbach; im Zentrum das Badische Bauland zwischen Odenwald, Tauber, Jagst und Neckar; weitere Orte: Amorbach, Miltenberg, Wertheim, Bad Mergentheim, Osterburken, Adelsheim und ein Teil des Taubergrundes. Etwas angestaubt

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Voyage à la Cochinchine, par les îles de Madère, de Ténériffe et du Cap Verd, le Brésil et l'île de Java,

      P., Chez François Buisson 1807, - 2 volumes in-8, XIV-406-(1) pp. et 408 pp., reliures demi-basane, dos à nerfs (reliure moderne, vers 1930). Edition originale de la traduction française avec des notes et additions par Malte-Brun. Texte seul, sans l'atlas. Page de titre du second volume rognée un peu court, légers frottis aux nerfs et coiffes. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE L'OPIOMANE]
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      In-4, bella leg. coeva in p.pelle marrone, dorso a cinque scomparti con ricchissimi fregi impressi in oro ai piccoli ferri, piatti inquadrati da filettature e bordure floreali in oro e a secco, cerniere perfettamente restaurate, dentelle e unghiature lavorate in oro; pp. (4)-449-(1); pp.(2)-451-503-(1), tagli colorati; 61 tavv. superbamente colorate a mano all'epoca e incise in rame da F.Sansom su disegni di Sydenham Teast Edwards. Splendido esemplare a larghi margini. Molto raro.Dunthorne 107 ("The plates are well coloured and many American flowers are included."). Great Flower Books p. 93 (ediz.ital.). Nissen BBI, 480 (Attribuisce all'opera un numero errato di tavv.: 60 anziche' 61). Plesch 204. Pritzel 2622.Le 61 bellissime tavv. di quest'opera (le tavv. sono numerate dall'1 al 60 e 19*, due tavv. sono in antiporta) illustrano complessivamente 133 specie di piante e fiori e sono estremamente curate nei dettagli e molto decorative. Il testo e' spesso attribuito erroneamente all'artista S.T.Edwards, ma in realta' l'Autore, che non compare nel frontespizio, e' R.W.Dickson, il quale pubblico' nel 1807: "A Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardenig" (2 voll.), sotto lo pseudonimo di Alexander Mac Donald, quest'opera e' arricchita dalle stesse 61 tavv. che compaiono in "The New Flora Britannica", con l'aggiunta di 13 tavv. non colorate. Il presente lavoro compare spesso con un altro titolo: "The New Botanic Garden...", ma senza nessun' altra differenza. Sydenham Teast Edwards (1769?-1819), gallese, fu uno dei piu' famosi pittori naturalisti del primo ottocento inglese, specializzato in botanica; collaboro' con William Curtis ad illustrare il "Botanical Magazin" e la celebre "Flora Londinensis".

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Naturalia]
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        Antiquities of Westminster; The Old Palace; St Stephen's Chapel, (Now the House Of Commons) &c. &c

      London, 1807. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. 2581 Folio. containing two hundred and forty-six engravings of topographical objects, of which one hundred and twenty-two no longer remain. This work contains copies of manuscripts which throw new and unexpected lights on the ancient history of the arts in England." This copy has tipped in to the front free end paper a note from (presumably) the original owner noting that the unumbered copies of this first edition, which were to be sold at six guineas, had been completely destroyed in a fire which happened at the premises of Mr Bradley in Fleet Street- "the coloured plates all lost, the six years hard labour of Mr and Mrs Smith. The copper plates were saved. But it must be some years before another edition can be published.". A pencil note in the top margin of the 'stone plate' says "this is an engraving on stone by Mr Smith, which he showed me about six months ago in Newman Street." The copper plate version of this follows the lithograph. Binding quarter leather, marbled paper over boards. The plates present match the list of plates at the end. Fourteen of the plates have been coloured (two in monochrome). Condition notes: Boards rubbed, worn but sound. Some age discolouration here and there inside and grubbiness especially to verso of the plates, but overall a tight, sound, clean copy. Contents: half title, title, dedication, advertisement (two pages, comprising a rehearsal by John Smith of his argument with Mr Hawkins, who had been the intended author of the accompanying text), Preface [i-xv], then 1-272 the text and plates, then list of plates, then list of subscribers (pages 273 227).

      [Bookseller: Duck Cottage Books]
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        Neuste karte des Russischen Reiches. Nouvelle Carte de la Russie

      Neuste karte des Russischen Reiches. Mit der Eintheilung in die neu errichteten Statth alterschaften und Kreise. Zu haben in Wien bey Artaria und Compagnie. Nouvelle Carte de la Russie en trois feuilles. Wien, 1807 ca. Cm. 80x1,75 on three sheets. Large engraved map dissected and mounted on linen, hand-coloured in outline. Titles in german and french. Half calf slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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        A General View of the World. Volume 2 only

      Bungay C.Brightly & T.Kinnersley 1807. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Title page clipped. Light staining, impinging Reprint Half-leather cover 270mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 695pp. maps and illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
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        Hannover." Plan der Stadt mit naher Umgebung

      Stahlstich von Franz nach Inspector Pentz und Lieutenant Ludwig Bennefeld im Verlag der Hahn'schen Buchhandlung 1807. 66.5x61 cm. - Zankl 144a - Zeigt Alt- und Neustadt noch mit Befestigungsanlagen, die Umgebung mit Leine und Ihme und den noch außerhalb der Stadtmauern gelegenen "Vororten" bis Herrenhausen (mit Grundriss der Herrenhäuser Gärten), Hainholz, Vahrenwald und List im Norden, im Osten bis Eilenriede; Ricklingen und Tönjesberg im Süden und Limmer im Westen. Detailliert sind die vor den Stadttoren liegenden Feld- und Wiesenflächen, Gärten der Bürger und des Adels, Waldgebiete des Bornumer, Ricklinger, Limmer und Barloher Holzes, Auen und Marschen und durch Schraffur die Erhebungen des Lindener und Tönjes-Berges wiedergegeben. Kartenbild in gestochener Bordüre mit Blattwerk-Verzierung. Oberhalb der Darstellung Meilenzeiger mit Angaben in französischen Fuß, englischen Fathoms, Calenberger und Rheinländischen Fuß. Interessanter und großformatiger Plan der Stadt aus napoleonischer Zeit. Kurze Randeinrisse, Einriss in der Plattenkante und Eckabriss im weißen Papierrand unten links restauriert, sonst sauberers und breitrandiges Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, Original and Translated

      Newark: S. and J. Ridge, 1807. First edition, second issue, with line 2, page 22 reading "those tissues of falsehood". Tall 8vo (8 7/8 x 5 3/4 in.). [xiv], 187 pp. Full green morocco with gilt borders, raised band, a.e.g., by HENDERSON AND BISSET. Spine uniformly faded to brown, slight rubbing at edges, remnants of removed sticker on verso of half-title, occasional light spotting or soiling. All in all, a very pretty copy. Wise Byron, I, pp. 7-8; Hayward 218; Randolph, p. 9

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        A COLLECTION OF THE MOST FAVORITE COMIC SONGS, sung at the Theatres Royal and Public Meetings by Messrs Johnstone, Emery, Fawcett, Munden &c

      London, published and sold by C. Wheatstone, no date, circa 1807.. sung at the Theatres Royal and Public Meetings by Messrs Johnstone, Emery, Fawcett, Munden &c. circa 1807. 8vo, 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, pages: (3), 2-60, quarter modern calf, maroon label with gilt lettering between raised bands, old marbled boards. Pages lightly browned, small red ink mark in 1 inner margin, tiny hole in 1 page with loss of 1 letter, otherwise a good copy. A very scarce collection of comic songs, only 1 copy located in the major U.K. libraries, held by Oxford, no copy in the British Library which has a later 3 volume edition with different singers listed on the title page. Our collection consists of 29 songs for voice and piano, printed on 2 staves, with an index of titles. They are a very mixed bunch. At least 4 have an Irish flavour (Murphy Delany, Sprig of Shillelah, The Boys of Kilkenny, Paddy McShane's Seven Ages etc), some are patriotic (The Calender of British Victory, The Corsican Fairy - Napoleon), one is anti-semitic (The Doctrine of an Israelite - about a cheating pedlar), one is naval (Blue Peter at the Mast Head Flew). Some are comically amorous, one man sings of his mistress the bottle, another steals a nun away from the convent. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Nouvelle Mappemonde. Hémisphere Maritime - Hémisphere Terrestre.

      Firenze, 1807. La carta raffigura i due emisferi separati ma uniti l?un l?altro, titolo entro semplici e piccoli cartigli. L?esemplare, in coloritura coeva e in margini, pur con difetti della carta e una lieve, uniforme brunitura, si presenta nell?insieme in discreto stato.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G]
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        Operative Surgery, vol.1

      Longman Hurst Rees & Orme 1807 - Internally very nice, clean copy, very well preserved, foxed pages. with illustrations. The book been rebound in half marbled board with leather spine and corners. . Please see uploaded photos. For more information, please contact us. We are sending all orders by trackable signed for registered post. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hurlingham Books]
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        The Gardener’s and Botanist’s Dictionary

      London: Law and Gilbert, 1807. Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and improving the Kitchen, Fruit, and Flower Garden, and Nursery; of Performing the Practical Parts of Agriculture; of Managing Vineyards, and of propagating all sorts of Timber Trees.. to which are now first added a complete enumeration and description of all plants hitherto known with their generic and specific characteristics, places of growth, times of flowering and uses both medicinal and economical. Arranged by Thomas Martyn. 2 volumes bound into 4. London 1807. Approx 3,000 pages with 19 (of 20 plates - missing the Elevation of a Fruiting and Succession Pine Stove). Folio. Half tan leather with marbled boards. Respined with modern calf. Corners bumped. Slight foxing. An impressive account of the state of horticultural knowledge.. Hard Cover. Very Good-. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: Calendula Horticultural Books]
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        Voyage dans le basse et la haute Egypte.

      Subject: (Viaggi - Egitto). (London, 1807) folio, tutta tela, frontespizio inciso in rame, 107 (di 109, mancano le 25 e 84) tavole doppie e una grande carta pi? volte ripiegata, tutte incise. Copia ex biblioteca della quale porta il timbro al solo retro della carta geografica. Dorso con lacerazioni, riparate. Vivant Denon (1747 - 1825)

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI]
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        The Bakerian Lecture, on Some Chemical Agencies of Electricity

      London, 1807 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Journal extract from: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London for the Year 1806, Vol. 97, Part One, published 1807. Slim 4to, pp. 1-56. Volume title, plus engraved plate at rear, some spotting, recent blue buckram gilt. ---- <br><br> Sparrow 52, PMM 255 (remark) - Davy found that when he passed electrical current through some substances, these substances decomposed, (a process later called electrolysis). Davy must have known of Lavoisier&#39;s suggestion that the alkali earths were s of unknown metals. At first, he tried to separate the metals by electrolyzing aqueous solutions of the alkalis, but this yielded only hydrogen gas. He then tried passing current through molten compounds, and his persistence was rewarded when he was able to separate globules of pure metal by this means. His first successes came in 1807 with the separation of potassium from molten potash and of sodium from common salt. He described potassium as particles which, when thrown into water, "skimmed about excitedly with a hissing sound, and soon burned with a lovely lavender light." Dr. John Davy, Humphry&#39;s brother, said that Humphry "danced around and was delirious with joy" at his discovery. These results were presented in his second Bakerian lecture of November, 1807..

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        Canwyll y Cymry, sef, Gwaith y Parchedig Mr. Rees Prichard

      sp;- Caerfyrddin - J. Daniel et al, 1807 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An extremely scarcecopy of the 1807 edition of Prichard&#39;s influrential and inspiring Welsh religious poetry. With a life of Mr Rees Prichard and an introduction by S. Hughes. Publisher&#39;s catalogue to the rear. Rhys/Rees Prichard (15791644) was a Welsh clergyman and poet. He was vicar of Llandovery in the west of Wales and held various posts at St David&#39;s Cathedral. He was known as Yr Hen Ficer (the Old Vicar). Prichard, who was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, composed many poems on religious themes. His greatest fame lies with his influential poem Cannwyll y Cymry (usually translated as The Welshman&#39;s Candle) - a collection of poetical teachings and moral guidance. Condition: In a hardback binding with publishers paper boards. Externally some wear as expected with this fragile type of binding. The paper of the frontboard is missingand the rear coming away. Internally, generally firmly bound but with one or two gatherings working slightly loose. Bright and clean with just the odd spot. Copperplate ink signature to title. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Household Furniture and Interior Decoration

      London - Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme, 1807 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scare First Edition of Hope&#39;s influential andlavishly illustratedlarge folioon interior decoration. Bound in quarter-cloth withpaper-covered boards and a leather spine label with gilt lettering. Includes all sixty plates of Hope&#39;s meticulous, diagrammaticline drawings, and a decorative title page. Collated complete. With a bookplate on the front pastedown. Thomas Hope (17691831) was an art collector and connoisseur whose Household Furniture and Interior Decoration (1807) was perhaps his most didactic and influential work ODNB. Hope was eager to advance public awareness of historical painting and design and to influence design in the grand houses of Regency London. In pursuit of his scholarly projects, he began sketching furniture, room interiors and costumes, and publishing books with his accompanying scholarly texts. Household Furniture and Interior Decoration had considerable influence and brought about a change in the upholstery and interior decoration of houses. Hope&#39;s furniture designs were in the pseudo-classical manner generally called English Empire, and was an influence on Egyptian revival decorative arts. CONDITIONThe binding is tight and firm. There isonly very mild wear to the extremities,with just very mild bumping, rubbing, anddiscolouration. Internally the pages have spotting throughout and mild browning to the page edges, with offsetting to the free endpapers. There are occasional chips and small closed tears to the untrimmed page edges. Overall the condition is very good..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Raisonneret Catalog over Consul West&#39;s Samling af Malerier med Indledning, samt Liste over Haandtegninger, Figurer, Kobberstik og trykte Værker Samlingen tilhörende

      lxxv, [1], 384 pp. 8vo, cont. tree calf, Greek key design round sides in gilt, flat spine gilt, cipher of Gabriel Bonde on spine, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Copenhagen: A. Seidelin, 1807. First edition. Hans West (1758-1811), art collector, botanist, and philologist, studied modern languages in Copenhagen and in 1788 went to St. Croix in the Caribbean where he was rector of the Christiansted school. In 1802 he went to Holland where he served as consul. West was one of the great Scandinavian collectors of the period. His art collection of Dutch and Flemish masters, formed during his years in Holland, was exhibited publicly in Copenhagen from 1805 to 1809 and was afterwards sold to the king. He also formed an important collection of Caribbean natural history specimens which were dispersed to the natural history museums of Copenhagen, Berlin, Paris, and Madrid. In 1793 West published a description of St. Croix -- Bidrag til Beskrivelse over Ste. Croix -- which described the customs, education, and activities of the white population of the island. A German edition was published in the following year. This handsome copy comes from the library of Count Gabriel Bonde, another of the great Scandinavian art collectors of the period, whose family formed a large and very fine library at Säfstaholm. With the Säfstaholm bookplate. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Public Characters 1799 - 1807 in Six Volumes

      1807 in Six Volumes, 1799 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of Richard Phillips&#39; Public Characters, short biographies of eminent public figures. An important contemporary reference. Normally seen as single volumes for up to 150-200 per volume. A good run, smewhat spotted and worn but still in original bindings. This set includes volumes II: 1799-1800, III: 1800-1801,V: 1802-1803, VI: 1803-1804, VII: 1805-1806, and VIII: 1806-1807. With several portrait plates, including a fold-out plate to 1800-1801. Sir Richard Phillips, 1767-1840, was a prosperousEnglish author and publisher. Condition: In full calf bindings. Externally, rubbed. The joints are starting or cracked. The front board of 1803-1804 is missing. The boards of 1800-1801 are detached. The front board of1799-1800 is detached. Internally, firmly bound, with spots. Overall: FAIR with a very good interior..

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        A Tour Through Holland, Along the Right and Left Banks of the Rhine, to the South of Germany, in the Summer and Autumn of 1806

      Philadelphia, Printed for C. and A. Conrad and Co. 1807 - Fine binding. Philadelphia, Printed for C. and A. Conrad and Co., Samuel F. Bradford, Byrch and Small, and James Humphreys, Philadelphia: Andrews and Cummings, Boston: Peter A. Mesier, New-York, and Edmond Morford, Charleston, Fry and Kammerer, printers, 1807. xiv, 301 p. 23 cm. Fully bound in contemporary brown calf skin leather. 5 raised bands. 6 compartments. Gilt lettering on orange and green Morocco spine labels. Tight binding and solid boards. Professionally restored. Clean, unmarked pages with slight spotting to initial pages. Profusely illustrated with detailed black and white copper plate engravings.Sir John Carr was an English travel writer educated at Rugby School, and known for his detailed accounts of travels in Paris, Ireland, Holland, Scotland, and Spain. This attractive volume includes a narrative of Carrs Holland expedition and includes illustrations depicting Rotterdam, The Hague, Haarlem, and many other local destinations. Please feel free to view our photographs of this volume. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        Miscellen (Miszellen) für die Neueste Weltkunde. 2 Bände.- Erster Jahrgang 1807. 104 Nr. Mit dem Bildnisse Sr. Hoh. des Fürst-Primas, 1 colorierte Karte, Plan der Versumpfungen Wallensee, Bildnisse Sr. Maj. des Königs von Baiern.- Zweiter Jahgang, 1808.104 Nr. Mit vier Kupfern, nebst evirschen Beiblättern und Intelligenzblättern.(Bildisse König von Würtemberg, Jérôme Napoléon Koenig von Westphalen, 1 Bildnisse von Lord Keith, Arthur Young, Lord Duncan, etc.) Fehlt ein Kupfern ?

      im Verlag der Samuel Flick?schen Buchhandlung - Heinrich Remigius Sauerländer 1807-1808, Aarau - Basel, - 7 Bl., 416 Seiten, 2 Bl., mit Beilagen, 1 Bl., 416 Seiten, 7 Bl., [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General View of the World, Geographical, Historical and Philosophical; on a plan entirely new. Complete in two volumes

      Bungay:: C. Brightly and T. Kinnersley,, 1807.. First edition.. Hardcover. Very Good. Vol I: v, (i), 254, 827; Vol II: [ii], 695, (i), [28] (index). All plates and maps (some folding) present except the map of &#39;Turkey in Europe and Hungary&#39;, referred to in a Note at the end of the list of plates. 1813 gilt bookplate to pastedown of vol ii, and mark to pastedown of vol i where the other has been removed. Contents generally clean, with tide stains in places and occasional groups of pages with some browning/foxing. Quarto, in contemporary full calf, spine with five raised bands and the original labels. Firm, corners bumped, an attractively weathered set. <Blomfield writes with engaging enthusiasm and curiosity. The work begins with A View of the World - with chapters on Astronomy, Mathematical Geography, Meteorology, Geology, Mineralogy, Oeconomy of Vegetation, Animated Nature, and On Man - before proceeding to the countries and regions of the world, their topography and natural history, quoting various accounts of the peoples living there, their history and their ways, and plainly sensible to the brutalities encountered.> [EXTRA Heavy Item]

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        Watercolor on paper: Young girl holding a book and basket, petting a dog

      n.p., 1807. 10-1/2 x 8-3/4 inches (image size); 23-1/2 x 20 inches (frame size). Signed "J. Cristall 1807" lower left. Matted, framed, and glazed. Fine

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        The Bakerian Lecture, on Some Chemical Agencies of Electricity.

      London 1807 - Journal extract from: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London for the Year 1806, Vol. 97, Part One, published 1807. Slim 4to, pp. 1-56. Volume title, plus engraved plate at rear, some spotting, recent blue buckram gilt. ---- Sparrow 52, PMM 255 (remark) - Davy found that when he passed electrical current through some substances, these substances decomposed, (a process later called electrolysis). Davy must have known of Lavoisier's suggestion that the alkali earths were s of unknown metals. At first, he tried to separate the metals by electrolyzing aqueous solutions of the alkalis, but this yielded only hydrogen gas. He then tried passing current through molten compounds, and his persistence was rewarded when he was able to separate globules of pure metal by this means. His first successes came in 1807 with the separation of potassium from molten potash and of sodium from common salt. He described potassium as particles which, when thrown into water, "skimmed about excitedly with a hissing sound, and soon burned with a lovely lavender light." Dr. John Davy, Humphry's brother, said that Humphry "danced around and was delirious with joy" at his discovery. These results were presented in his second Bakerian lecture of November, 1807. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La scienza della legislazione

      Filadelfia (ma Livorno); Stamperia delle Povincie Unite 1807 5 voll.; in 16°; pp. CI, (1), 334; 486; 419; 326; 376; leg. in mezza pelle coeva, ricche dorature sui dorsi; Ritratto dell' A. inciso in rame da Lapi e Morghen in antip. Filangieri con la sua opera fece il piu' vasto tentativo compiuto nell'Europa Illuminista di fondere la scienza di governo su norme chiare e logiche agganciandola ai principi del movimento riformatore. Le questioni economiche sono trattate nel secondo volume (ottimo)

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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&#39;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&#39;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&#39;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 &#39;Il Penseroso&#39; by S. C. Hall, as opposed to Anna Maria&#39;s fair and lively &#39;L&#39;Allegro&#39;. Miss Mitford found Porter the only literary lady not &#39;fit for a scarecrow&#39; (L&#39;Estrange, 2.152), but Lady Morgan found her ill-dressed, &#39;lackadaisical&#39; with the &#39;air of a regular Melpomene&#39; (Owenson, Memoirs, 2.396). Maginn, however, remarks that even in her later years she had a &#39;long and handsome face&#39; (Maginn, 404)."

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        Authentic Narrative of the Death of Lord Nelson:

      London: for T. Cadell and W. Davies,, 1807. with the Circumstances preceding, attending, and subsequent to, that event; the Professional Report on his Lordship&#39;s Wound; and Several Interesting Anecdotes. Octavo (230 × 140 mm). Contemporary diced calf, title gilt to spine, flat bands, compartments gilt with foliate tools, triple fillet gilt panel to the boards, enclosing a foliate roll in blind, edges and endpapers marbled, gilt quatrefoil roll to the turn-ins. Portrait frontispiece and a plate of the fatal musket ball. Slightly rubbed particularly on the joints, the upper starting towards the head, light browning, the plate a little foxed and slightly offset, but overall a very good copy. First edition. Beatty was the naval surgeon "who attended Nelson after he received his fatal wound, [and] performed the autopsy" (ODNB). He wrote this account for Clark and M&#39;Arthur&#39;s monumental Life "but it was published in this form because of &#39;the length of time which must necessarily elapse before so extensive and magnificent a Publication can be completed&#39;" (NMM). This copy with the ownership inscription of the John James Hamilton, 1st Marquess Abercorn, dated April 1815. Abercorn was a kinsman of Sir William Hamilton, husband of Nelson&#39;s inamorata, Emma. Decidedly uncommon in the first edition.

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      New Haven: Sidney&#39;s Press, 1807. (32)pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece and eight woodcuts framed with decorative borders. A didactic tale demonstrating the importance of being industrious, followed by several riddles and logic problems intended to engage young minds. The text opens and closes with alphabet pages, and the last page bears an advertisement for the publisher I. Cooke & Co. In original decorative paper wrappers with a design of flowers and leaves in green and red. Binding has been expertly and nearly imperceptibly repaired. An uncommonly fine copy of a scarce chapbook. Only two institutional copies recorded.

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      Windsor, Vt.: Printed by Alden Spooner, 1807.. 144pp. 12mo. Contemporary speckled calf, leather label. Bit rubbed. Tanned, contemporary ownership inscription on front fly leaf. Very good. Second American edition, enlarged with additional statistics on Indian captives and the texts of several letters. Mrs. Johnson was captured by the Indians in Vermont in 1754 and held until 1758. One of the classic New England captivities, first published in Walpole, New Hampshire in 1796. HOWES J153. AYER 120. VAIL 1123. SABIN 36327.

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        LAS SIETE PARTIDAS DEL REY DON ALFONSO EL SABIO, cotejadas con varios codices antiguos por la Real Academia de la Historia

      - Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1807,3 tomos en 4º mayor piel, con 2.216 págs (la encuadernacion del tercer tomo defectuosa) HISTORIA

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        1807 - 1812 Cuba Spain ~ document archive signed by Marquis Someruelos & Apodaca

      1807 - For sale is a set of five manuscript documents dated between October 17, 1807 and September 28, 1812. There is a total of 24 pages (22 pages with text & 2 pages blank) 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. Three of the documents have been signed by Don Salvador de Muro y Salazar, Marquis Someruelos was Captain General of Cuba and Louisiana , from 1799 to 1812 in the early nineteenth century, is the highest office of the Spanish colonial military administration. Successor of Don Luis de Las Casas , he received in 1800 in his residence on German geographer Alexander von Humboldt , known later as the "second inventor of Cuba" for his contributions to the knowledge of the nature of the Cuban geography. He began an effort to vaccinate populations . He then tried to prevent anti-French riots in March 1809 in Cuba were unleashed against the French refugees from Santo Domingo to Cuba . He then had to suppress revolts and conspiracies Creole from 1810 to 1812 in Cuba . A free black named José Antonio Aponte , leads the slave revolt in 1812, and is developing a plan that will give them freedom. But the plot was foiled and Aponte and several of his men were hanged. The Marquis de Someruelos will in particular have the conspiracy of 1812 as a vague threat against the white community. The final document has been signed by Juan José Ruiz de Apodaca y Eliza Gastón de Iriarte López de Letona y Lasqueti (Spanish: Juan Ruiz de Apodaca, primer conde de Venadito) (February 3, 1754, Cadiz, Spain&#151;January 11, 1835, Madrid, Spain) was a Spanish Basque naval officer and viceroy of New Spain from September 20, 1816 to July 5, 1821, during Mexico's War of Independence. Ruiz de Apodaca was born in Cádiz into a family of renowned Basque merchants. He entered the navy in 1767 and took part in the campaign against Algerian pirates. In 1770 he was promoted to the rank of ensign. He was in Peru from 1770 to 1778 and England in 1779. From 1781 to 1790 he was a captain, in charge of ships of the line, and afterward he was in charge of the reconstruction of the harbor at Tarragona. In October 1802 he was named commandant of the arsenal at Cadiz. Now in command of a squadron, he made major improvements at Cadiz. When the French invaded Spain, he took command of the remnants of the Spanish navy, which had been largely destroyed in the Battle of Trafalgar, and captured the French squadron opposite his own. He was subsequently ambassador plenipotentiary in Britain and Captain General of Florida and Cuba (1812&#150;15). His reputation was that of a man of tact and good judgment. For his services he was awarded the military crosses of San Fernando and San Hermenegildo. **** Please message us for translations of the documents. Condition; document is in very good condition with some wear. Please see some of my other antique and highly collectible items currently listed for sale. All items are guaranteed to be 100% authentic. Full satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Please contact us with any questions you might have. Combined shipping available. 575

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      Philadelphia: [By Robert Bailey For] J. Johnson,. Good with no dust jacket. 1807. Second Edition. Paperback. Disasters; Children&#39;s; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; B&W Illustrations; 16mo 4" - 5" tall; 48 pages; Original marbled wraps, text with 12 full-page and smaller copperplate engravings, unpaginated. Some wear and chipping to wraps at spine fold and edges, front cover partially separated, text also quite good. Rosenbach 291. Welch 259.2. Shaw-Shoemaker 12394. The last in a series initially published in London (1801) , with the first U. S. Edition of all three by Johnson in 1802-1803. Each chapter [in it&#39;s own book], was published separately and depicted scenarios for errant children and their fates.. "The greater number of the stories in the book(s) end in disaster, as is implied in the title. One of the exceptions concerns a man falling from a balloon (in this volume) , which is accompanied by an interesting engraved illustrating the subject" - Rosenbach. Printed on laid, watermarked paper from Thomas Gilpin&#39;s mill. .

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        The Antiquarian Repertory: A Miscellaneous Assemblage of Topography, History, Biography, Customs, and Manners Intended To Illustrate And Preserve Several Valuable Remains Of Old Times

      London: Faulder And Son, et al, 1807-1809. New Edition. leather_bound. Contemporary full calf rebacked. Very good. 4 vols./No Dust Jacket. 29 x 23 cm, 235 plates some double-paged or folding, one hand-colored. Originally published 1775, this edition published several years after Grose&#39;s death, contains new material, and the continuity was adjusted "in the order of the tracts, as connect them better, both in subject matter and in their order of time." A potpourri of valuable remains with related later 19th and 20th century prints laid-in. Cover border panels in gilt and blind, and with geometrical gilt tooled star design framing blind devices, modern spine labels in maroon and black morocco lettered in gilt, armorial bookplates, marbled endpapers, scattered light text foxing, plates clean, extremity scuffing. A clean, firm set.

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      London: John Stockdale, 1807. Fourth Edition. boards. Minor edgewear. Top of one spine chipped about an inch diagonally. Fresh set. Two octavo volumes in the scarce original paper-covered boards, uncut. Illustrated with 16 plates, 10 of which are folding, including 5 folding maps and a view of Bethlehem, PA. Howes W-235, New Howes W-232. Bookplates, 19th century bookseller&#39;s invoice laid down on rear pastedown.

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        The History of the Anglo-Saxons

      London: Hurst, rees & Orme, 1807. 2nd Edition . Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 2 Volume Set. 1807. Second Edition Corrected and Enlarged. Quarto. 22 by 29 cms. Pages x,499, (1); vii,470( index 8).Compleete with large folding, coloured map. Large paper untrimmed. Recently rebound in half-leather (dark brown) with marbled paper to boards.New endpapers (in paper appropriate to period as approved by BL). Raised bands to spine. Gilt lines to bands. Gilt labels. The contents show light age-toning but are generaly fine, clean and free from foxing. Later editions were 4 volumes, this edition is complete in 2 because , as the author says in his preface "it appeared to me that two volumes quarto were as much as the public could be expected to read on a subject so remote" Early owner&#39;s name to Title Page. A fine set

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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

      London: Albion Press, for James Cundee. London. 1807. 4to., (10 4/8 x 8 inches). 6-page publisher&#39;s catalogue at end. Half-title, letter-press title-page. Additional engraved title-page with hand-coloured vignette, frontispiece (short marginal tears), plan of Philadelphia, tail-piece vignette, and 8 hand-coloured aquatint plates by M. Marigot (some browning, spotting and light marginal soiling). Contemporary tree calf gilt (rebacked preserving the original spine). Provenance: Contemporary ownership inscription partially obscured at head of the title-page. "OUR ONCE TRANS-ATLANTIC BRETHEREN, BUT NOW THE ONLY REMAINING REPUBLICANS IN THE CIVILISED WORLD" (Preface) First edition. "This large and most ill-arranged volume contains, apparently, whatever Mr. Janson could recollect of America, aiding his memory by a few notes and memorandums. He went to America with high expectations, engaged in several speculations, all of which failed, and after thirteen years&#39; absence, returned to England, where, as many others have done since, he vented his spleen in writing a book" (Sabin recording the Monthly Review, LIII. 443). The beautiful plates include images of Mount Vernon, the Bank of the United States, Boston, and Philadelphia. Abbey Travel 648; Sabin 35770. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department, on 1 212 628 3668, or katehunter at

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        L&#39;Art de fabriquer le fer, de fondre et de forger des pièces d&#39;artillerie

      Paris: Delalain, 1807 Book. Fine. Hardcover. 2nd Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 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. ---- <br><br> 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&#39;Isle in 1772, by Tobern Bergman in 1773, and particularly by the great Haüy in 1784, and it is not improbable that Grignon&#39;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&#39;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&#39;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&#39;Art du fer de l&#39;Encyclopédie. Il réuni l&#39;ensemble de ses travaux dans cet ouvrage orné de 13 planches gravées dépliantes..

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        Hours of Idleness, A Series of Poems, Original and Translated

      Newark: S. and J. Ridge, 1807. First Edition, Later Printing. ]=-. Finely bound in full dark brown crushed morocco with gilt ruled borders, three-dot motif in corners, five wrap-around embossed strapwork devices connecting five raised bands which have gilt ruled borders. A fine copy of the rare first edition with later issue points.

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        WAR In DISGUISE; or, The Frauds of the Neutral Flags.

      Printed for J. Hatchard and J. Butterworth,, London: 1807 - The work a defense of Britain's early 19th C. practice of searching US ships and impressment of US sailors, despite the young nation's assertion of neutrality, the accumulated aggravation of which eventually, at least in part, led to the War of 1812. Formerly owned by Melville, First Lord of the Admiralty [1812 - 1827]. "A diligent administrator ably balancing the pressures on him, he was regarded by the navy as a thoroughly reliable representative of its interests, and by his political colleagues as a man who could be ruthless when necessary." [ONB]. Usual smattering of foxing to preliminary & terminal leaves. PO bookplates of T. A. Walker & Melville, this latter who has signed his name at the top of the half-title page. A VG copy with a nice association of one who came to be at the heart of the maritime issues between the United States & Britain. Period blue paper wrappers, with modern rebacking to style. Modern printed paper title label to spine. 8vo: 1 [A]^4 a - b^4 B - Q^4 R^2 S - 2K^4. 9" x 5-5/8". 5th edition (Howes S-937; Sabin 91246). [2], xxiv, 1 - 124, 129 - 224, 221 - 252 pp. Untrimmed. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A TRIBUTE I OWE TO GOD AND HIS PEOPLE [caption title]

      [Lexington, Kentucky? 1807].. Broadside, 12 1/2 x 10 inches. Printed in two columns. Old fold lines. Wear at folds, with minor loss. Lightly foxed. Good. An interesting intersection of the business of slavery and religion, this apparently unrecorded broadside is a salvo in a bitter Baptist dispute during the Second Great Awakening. The broadside gives an account of a controversial episode in the career of Restorationist preacher Jacob Creath, Sr., defending him against charges that he had swindled Thomas Lewis in a swap of slave girls. (Accounts would seem to suggest this tangle was a pretext by the hardshell Baptists to attack the moderate Calvinists of Town Fork Church and an underlying cause of the much lamented division of the Elkhorn and Licking associations.) The broadside is likewise a defense of Creath against pamphlet attacks made by fellow preacher Elijah Craig. The pamphlet title is not named here and seems unlocated in online catalogs, but is referred to in later accounts of the affair as "A Portrait of Jacob Creath." The attacks against Creath seem to have been prompted by a deal in which Creath and Lewis had swapped slave girls with differing appraised values, with Creath giving a note to pay the difference. When Creath&#39;s slave girl died, he refused to pay the note. Craig&#39;s pamphlet attacked Creath&#39;s fitness to preach in light of this business on some fourteen points, and the pamphlet&#39;s rancour evidently aroused enough sympathy for Creath that he called for a committee of helps (drawn from some eighteen churches) to try him on the charges - of which he was acquitted. This broadside would seem to date from during that late July trial, and the author here lays blame for the attacks on Creath to "four or five of the Priests and their party, with dark criminal designs v.s. Jacob Creath," suggesting the proposed committee has no jurisdiction over Creath, and that "the evidence of the original accusers v.s. Creath, on their own charges, was admitted as evidence - hearsay evidence, negroes&#39; assertions, and excommunicants; the hearsay of men of the world, liars, drunkards, and negro quarter, and grave yard evidence, brought 500 miles, was all admitted, when distilled through the relations of parties. This is what they call supporting Craig&#39;s pamphlet. Which evidence the laws of God and man would condemn." A biography of Craig in a contemporary history of the Baptists in America notes that no provocation could justify the style of the said pamphlet, being extraordinarily vile and malignant. An interesting piece of Baptist history and an early and unrecorded Kentucky imprint.

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        Ossians Digte. Oversatte af S.S. Blicher. 2 bd. i 1.

      Kbhvn. 1807-09. Med omtrykt titelbl. + XXX + 292 + (2) + 265 + (1) s. Forreste forsats delvis plettet ved forsøg på at fjerne ejerinskription. Indb. i eet samt. smukt blindtrykt hellærredbd. med lyremotiver.. Bertelsen 1. Restoplaget af udgaven fra 1807-09 blev i tiden efter 1825 (Forfatteren nævnes som præst i Spentrup) udgivet med nytrykt titelbl. af den Wahlske Boghandling. Det blindpressede bind er sikkert en slags forlagsbind

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        Ossians Digte. Oversatte af S.S. Blicher. 2 bd. i 1.

      1807 1807 - Kbhvn. 1807-09. Med omtrykt titelbl. + XXX + 292 + (2) + 265 + (1) s. Forreste forsats delvis plettet ved forsøg på at fjerne ejerinskription. Indb. i eet samt. smukt blindtrykt hellærredbd. med lyremotiver. * Bertelsen 1. Restoplaget af udgaven fra 1807-09 blev i tiden efter 1825 (Forfatteren nævnes som præst i Spentrup) udgivet med nytrykt titelbl. af den Wahlske Boghandling. Det blindpressede bind er sikkert en slags forlagsbind.

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