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        Service for the Two First Nights of Passover in Hebrew and English. According to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews.

      Published by Hyam Barnett, Hebrew Bookseller / Printed and sold by E. Justins, Adam's Court, New Court, Duke's Place; and J. Joseph, Sam's Coffee-House, Duke's Place / 34, Brick Lane, Spitalfields 1808 - Yudlov 360, Yaari 516. With wine stains. According to Yudlov, the Floresheim copy has a portrait of Rabbi Solomon Hirschel preceding the title page. I have not seen any copies with such a portrait and do not know if it was printed with it. In any case, this exemplar has no portrait. This edition is not illustrated. Modern full leather binding. 26 leaves and one front blank. The blank has a watermark "EVH." The title page has a watermark "1807" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        Autograph letter signed ("Aldini").

      Milano, 18. VI. 1808. - 4to. 2½ pp. on double leaf. A rather indignant letter to a colleague, written in his capacity as city council, expressing his displeasure that a report drafted by him had found no support in the Council: "[.] L'ultimo affare andò gavi matina con approvazione della seduta del consiglio Generali, benché fosse stato il solo nel quale il mio rapporto non aveva avutto il suffraggio del Consiglio degli Uditori. Feci inserire nel processo verbale il mio dissenso, e appoggiato dal Ministero del Culto, da Guicciardi, e da Contarini feci vedere a miei stessi colleghi che bisognava rispettare le mie opinioni. L'affare era legale, e senza quei vostri maledetti stracci sostenni, e vinsi la causa come potrete essere informato in detaglio dal Giudice Bellentani a cui ne scrivo, poiché me l'aveva vivamente raccomandata [.] credo che non vadi niente della vostra convenienza col ripetere mia petizione colla quale chiederete il disputo dell' affare, accennando che vi sono fondi appositi pur il noto pagamento, e che non c'è bisogno di rescrivere al Prefetto. Mandatemi la petizione per la posta per profittare del momento. Parlai al Generale Polfranneschi del Giandame Ferrari, e rimase sorpreso della condotta del Colonello Zanini, promettendo nuovamente, che non emergendo notizie in contrario, avrebbe anche a mio riguardo avuto in tutta considerazione la sua istanza [.]". - Slight clipped section on f. 2 due to broken seal (not touching text).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        A New Map of the West India Isles, from the latest Authorities.

      New Universal Atlas. 1808. - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 51.5 x 46 cm. (20½ x 18 inches). Very slightly darkened at centrefold. Very good condition. Clear and accurate map of the West Indies. The map includes much of the southern states of the US and the north of South America. John Cary was considered 'the most representative, able and prolific of English cartographers'. Tooley says, 'As an engraver he was elegant and exact with fine clear lettering and great delicacy of touch'.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        View in the island of Cracatoa (Indonesia)

      London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 1808-09 - John Webber (1751-1793) Views of the South Seas, from drawings by the late John Webber, Illustrative of Captain Cook’s Voyages London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 1808-09 Hand-colored aquatint engravings Paper size: 15 1/2” x 20 3/4” Framed size: 24” x 29 1/2” The son of a Swiss sculptor, James Webber was the official artist on Cook’s fateful third voyage, which was a search for the Northwest Passage, a sea route throught the Arctic to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Webber published his own splendid illustrations of the remarkable journey in this extremely rare volume. These aquatints reproduce his original drawings, done on board the Resolution in the years 1776-1780. Flawlessly drafted, in full color, these images brought the events and places of that legendary voyage--sites including Tahiti, New Zealand, and Hawaii, to European eyes with much more vibrance and immediacy than Cook’s own black and white publications. After the death of Captain Cook during the course of his voyage, many artists found inspiration in what they perceived as his romanticized and tragic demise at sea. Furthermore, Cook’s published accounts of his journeys were immensely popular. His death left a void for the voracious public appetite for scenes of the exotic locations he had visited. Many artists issued their own visual versions of Cook’s journeys, some who had ties to the expeditions, many more who were not even remotely connected. Webber’s stunning views of these bays and islands were some of the most beautiful produced during the years just after Cook’s death. They were, in addition, among the most accurate, as they were rendered on sight. All views share a sense of excitement of the voyage itself, from the point of view of the men who manned the ships. It is a feeling that Webber conveys masterfully to the viewer.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Original Journal

      1808. Original journal or daybook, from February to October 1808 of a Quaker gentleman, probably Thomas Spackman of Wilmington, Delaware. Duodecimo. Wrappers. Front wrapper separated, but still a good copy. There are many mentions of trips to attend Meetings in Philadephia and the surrounding area and some meditations on religion. There is a brief mention of a Thomas Spackman in the Quaker Collection at Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Die Chemie in ihrer Anwendung auf Künste und Handwerke. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt. Mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Sigismund Friedrich Hermbstädt. [1] Erster Band welcher die beyden ersten Theile des Originals enthält. Mit [zehn von] eilf Kupfern. [2] Zweyter Band welcher den dritten und vierten Theil des Originals enthält. Mit einem Kupfer. [3] Register zu Chaptals Chemie in ihrer Anwendung auf Künste und Handwerke.

      Berlin Realschulbuchhandlung 1808 - 3 Teile in einem Band; Halbleinwand aus späterer Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung; 8°; [1] XXVIII 392 Seiten; [2] (2) 544 Seiten; [3] XXVIII (IV) Seiten; nachgeheftet ausfaltbare Kupfertafeln I-X [zum ersten] und I [zum zweiten Teil]. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar (entsprechende Stempel; einklebte Ausleihkarte; Signaturstempel auf Rücken und Vorsatz; mehrere Stempel auf Titelblatt); Block und Bindung fest und sauber; Tafel XI des ersten Theils fehlt; abgesehen davon gutes Exemplar. 740 gr.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Fluck]
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        The Family Expositor

      London - Mathews and Leigh, 1808 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Four leatherbound volumes with gilt titles to the spine,frontispiece, 1plate and1 colourmapin Volume I, colour mapin Volume II, fold-out colourmap in Volume III, and 2 plates in Volume IV. Philip Doddridge (June 26, 1702 - October 26, 1751) was an English Nonconformist leader and hymnwriter. With independent religious leanings, Philip Doddridge declined offers which would have led him into the Anglican ministry, or the bar; and in 1719 chose instead to enter the liberal academy for Nonconformists or Dissenters at Kibworth in Leicestershire. Here he was taught by the Rev. John Jennings, whom Doddridge briefly succeeded in 1723. Later that year, at a general meeting of Nonconformist ministers, Philip Doddridge was chosen to conduct the academy being newly established at Market Harborough. In the same year, he received an invitation to be pastor to an independent congregation at Northampton, which he also accepted. Here his popularity as a preacher is said to have been chiefly due to his high susceptibility, joined with physical advantages and perfect sincerity. His sermons were mostly practical in character, and his aim was to cultivate in his hearers a spiritual and devotional frame of mind. Throughout the 1730s and 1740s Philip Doddridge continued his academic and pastoral work, and developed close relations with numerous early religious revivalists and independents, through extensive visits and correspondence. Through this approach he helped establish and maintain a circle of influential independent religious thinkers and writers, including Dr Isaac Watts. He also became a prolific author and hymn-writer. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm with all covers and pages attached, although the front hinges are strained with cracks appearing at the top and bottom of the hinges. There is some wear to the extremities including some rubbing to the boards with a few small chips to the leather. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright with the occasional handling mark and slight spotting to a few pages. There is a rubber stamp to the title pages and ownership labels to the front blank endpapers. Overall the volumes are in very good condition..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Ecole Impériale Polytechnique. Programme Du Cours Élémentaire Des Machines Pour l'An 1808 Par M. Hachette. Essai Sur Les Machines, Par MM. Lanz et Bétancourt

      Imprimerie Impériale, Paris 1808 - Un volume in-quarto de XV, (1), 120 pages, suivies de 10 planches dépliantes numérotées de 1 à 10 et de deux tableaux dépliants intitulés "Tableaux des machines élémentaires par M. Hachette" et " Essai sur la composition des machines par MM. Lanz et Bétancourt". Première édition bien complète de ses 12 planches. Reliure de l'époque en demi-basane mouchetée brune et plats de papier vert; petite galerie de vers n'ayant pas pénétré l'ouvrage au premier plat; dos lisse orné de filets et de fleurons dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin grenat, titre doré. « Le projet d’un cours des machines à l’usage des élèves de l’Ecole polytechnique, fait partie de la première organisation que M. Monge a donnée à l’instruction de cette Ecole. [.] L’enseignement de cette partie essentielle de la géométrie descriptive s’est déjà fait en 1806 et 1807 ; il se continue cette année 1808, d’après le programme que le conseil de perfectionnement a adopté. On a joint à ce programme un tableau des machines élémentaires. [.] Tel est le système d’après lequel M. Hachette avait commencé le tableau ci-joint des machines élémentaires, lorsqu’il apprit que MM. Lanz et Bétancourt avaient exécuté, d’après le même plan, un tableau semblable. Le conseil d’instruction, sur le rapport de MM. Monge et Hachette, a proposé à M. le Gouverneur de faire imprimer, aux frais de l’Ecole, le résultat du travail de MM. Lanz et Bétancourt (chargés de mission par le Gouvernement espagnol) ; c’est cet ouvrage, dont les auteurs ont fait cession à l’Ecole polytechnique, qui paraît actuellement sous le titre d’Essai sur la composition des machines ». Cf. : Bulletin de la SABIX, (Société des Amis de la Bibliothèque et de l'Histoire de l'Ecole Polytechnique). Size: In-4 (20.5 x 26 cm) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Dornier]
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        Jefferson defends the most controversial Act of his Presidency: The Embargo: <I>"To have submitted our rightful commerce to...tributary exactions...would have been to surrender our independence"</I>

      [Monticello], August 26, 1808 Responding to the residents of Newbury Port "in legal town meeting assembled," the President offers a carefully crafted, very detailed justification of his Embargo. In a 3-page LS Jefferson details his beliefs and reasons for the controversial embargo. He acknowledges "the inconvenience brought on our country in general by the circumstances of the times in which we happen to live, times to which the history of nations presents no parallel," and reminds them that "For years we have been looking as spectators on our brethren of Europe, afflicted by all those ills which necessarily follow an abandonment of the moral rules which bind men and nations together. Connected with them in friendship and commerce we have happily so far kept aloof from their calamitous conflicts by a steady observance of justice towards all."Jefferson conceived the Embargo Act,signed into law in December 1807, as the only viable alternative to a costly war on the high seas with the European belliger

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Oeuvres choisies de. le don Quichotte

      Imprimerie des Sciences et des Arts, Paris 1808 - 8 vols. Cartoné original de época. Ejemplar sin desbarbar. Con retrato grabado del autor Palau, 52768

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        POEMS ON DIFFERENT SUBJECTS. To which is added a descriptive account of a family tour to the West; in the year, 1800, in a letter to a lady.

      Printed and sold, ry [sic] William Dickson, for the benefit of the authoress,, Lancaster, PA: 1808 - 12mo, pp. 220 + 10 page list of subscribers. Full contemporary calf, head of spine chipped, some rubbing, sheets browned, a good tight copy, complete with all blanks. Later (1836) owner's inscription on e. p. Howes H289, Sabin 30826, Streeter II, 834; S & S 15202; Wegelin, page 177; Thomson 524 The poems are followed by an account (pp 177-209) of the family tour to the West, which turns out to be a journey by wagon from Lancaster County over the Alleghenies to Washington, PA. in October 1800, told in rather stilted language, but nonetheless a day to day account [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc.]
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        Voyages a Peking, Manille et L'Ile de France Faits dans l'intervalle des annees 1784 a 1801.

      de l'imprimerie Imperiale., Paris. 1808 - Text in French. Volume I only (lacks text volumes 2 and 3 and accompanying atlas). lxiii + 439pp, table des empereurs de la Chine listing the names of the Chinese emperors in both Chinese characters and Romanised form. A little occasional foxing but generally very clean. Calf spine, paper covered boards, corners little worn. Still overall a sound and clean copy of volume I. This first volume covers the ancient history of China and his travels from Canton to Peking. (Volumes II and III, not included here, contain further observations on China together with impressions of Manila and a little on Mauritius). The son of a Sinologist the author himself served as French Consul in Canton from 1784 living in China for the nearly 20 years. On his return to Europe he continued with his scholarly interest in China and in 1813 his 'Dictionnaire Chinois-Français et Latin' was published. Lust 336. Cordier 2351-2352. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom ANZAAB/ILAB]
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      Paris: Impremerie Imperiale, 1808.. Three octavo volumes. [2],lxiii,439; [2],476; [2],488pp. Folio atlas. [4]pp. plus ninety-four engraved plates on 62 leaves (including two full- page unnumbered engraved plates not in the plate listing) and six engraved maps (one on two folding sheets) and plans (four folding). Antique-style marbled paper over boards, paper spine labels, text edges marbled. Atlas is contemporary half red leather, matching marbled paper boards, untrimmed. A near fine copy. First edition of this important collection of voyages and source on early Chinese commerce. The atlas presents a wide variety of views of contemporary Chinese dress, architectural monuments, sailing vessels, city views, ceremonies, tombs, and more. The two extra plates in the Atlas show a Chinese pagoda at the port of Macao, and a view of the western gate of the Tartar (Inner) City in Peking. These two extra plates are allegedly only found in about six copies of the atlas, according to the Canadian Centre for Architecture. "Guignes, like his father before him, became an Orientalist scholar. He was appointed French resident in China and Consul in Canton in 1784. Ten years later, in 1794- 95, he was an interpreter with the Dutch Embassy to Peking. In all, he spent seventeen years in China. This book, quite a comprehensive account, touches upon such subjects as industry, trades, professions, foreign trading companies, etc. The atlas of engraved plates includes views, maps, and charts. The sections on the Philippines and Mauritius were translated into English and printed in volume eleven of Pinkerton&#39;s A GENERAL COLLECTION...OF VOYAGE (1808-14). Guignes was both fluent and interested in the Chinese language,a nd he published a Chinese-French-Latin dictionary in 1813" -Hill. "VOYAGES A PEKING...was published in 1808 by Chretien Louis Joseph de Guignes, the son of the French sinologist Joseph de Guignes. A lengthy commentary recounting the younger de Guignes&#39;s seventeen years in Southeast Asia, the VOYAGES focused on his journey to Beijing as an interpreter for the Dutch embassy led by Isaac Titsingh and Andreas Everardus van Braam Houckgeest in the years 1794 and 1795" -Reed & Dematte. HILL 733. LUST 336. CORDIER 2351-2352. MORRISON II, 104. MOLLENDORF 1487. LOWENDAHL 738. REED & DEMATTE (2007), pp.160-61. PARDO DE TAVERA 1287.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Über die Kuhpockenimpfung. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt mit einer Zugabe, welche historisch-kritische Bemerkungen, und die neuesten Verhandlungen über die Vaccination in England enthält von Georg Friedrich Mühry.

      Vandheock und Ruprecht,, Göttingen, 1808 - Göttingen, Vandheock und Ruprecht, 1808. 4°. VIII S., 192 S. Mit 2 gefalteten, gestochenen Farbradierungen. Pappband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild. Hirsch-H. V, 939. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Erschien in Englisch 1806. - Willan (1757-1812) wurde vor allem mit seiner Einteilung der dermatologischen Krankheiten berühmt. - Jenner würdigte Willans Schrift als die wichtigste Verteidigung seiner Entdeckung. - Die auf Seite 123ff gemachten "Zugaben des Uebersetzers" erschien 1809 auch als Beitrag in Hufelands Journal. - Die beiden Tafeln im seltenen Farbdruck zeigen die Veränderungen der Haut. - Pappband bestossen. Papierbezug am Rücken abgesplittert. Sprache: Deutsch Pappband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        The Trial at Large of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke.

      Faulder., London. 1808 - goo, 4, 27pp, foldout maps/plans, facsimile portrait inserted. '.late Commander in Chief of the Forces in South America, by a gerneral court martial, held at Chelsea Hospital, on Thursday, January 28, 1808, and continued by adjournment to Tuesday, March 15. Taken by Blanchard and Ramsay, short hand writers to the Court, and published from their notes: with a correct copy of the defence, as delivered into Court, and the Right Honourable The Judge Advocate's Reply. Also, all the documents produced in evidence.' A number of variations on this book appeared but this seems to be the most comprehensive and definitive. Rebound with original spine, few manuscript signatures (two are Whitlocke and appear very good likenesses but one has 'e' missing?) and copies, poem to rear ffep-appears to be to Whitelocke by 'Polly'? so did he sign a copy and present it to an court admirer? maps have been pressed and re-folded, light soiling to a few pages but generally a nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Parveen Papers]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Paris, 22. IX. 1808.. 1½ SS. Kl.-4to.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten, den er mit "seine Exzellenz" anspricht und dem er mitteilt, daß der Großfürst von Baden ihn beim Verlassen seines Einsatzes in Karlsruhe gefragt habe, ob er als Zeichen der Anerkennung das Ordensband der Treue akzeptiere. Die Erlaubnis, dieses Ordensband zu tragen, erbitte er nun von ihm. - Auguste von Talleyrand war französischer Minister in der Schweiz. - Etwas unfrisch und mit kleinen Montagespuren. - Aus der Autographensammlung von Eduard Fischer von Röslerstamm mit dessen eh. beschriebenem Archivzettel.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Lezioni di fisca generale dell'anno accademico 1869-70; unito teoria dell'azione capillare del sig. De la Place ridotta alla più semplice ed elementare geometria dal sig. Giovacchino Pessuti, inserita nel tomo XIV della società italiana delle scienze. (raccolte in due volumi manoscritti).

      - Volumi due in-4° cm. 28 di pp. 860 complessive incluse due appendici con alcune tav. e appunti inseriti f.t. e di pp. 304 per il volume del Pessuti con incluse alcuni fogli con dis. tra le pagine. Quasta seconda parte che è legata con l'altra opera è datata Verona 1808. Legature in mezza pergamena con angoli, con segnalibro in stoffa e tasselli ai dorsi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Gullà]
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        Lezioni Elementari di Numismatica Antica dell'Abbate Eckhel

      STAMPERIA PAGLIARINI 1808 - RO80061643: 82 pages + 6 planches dépliantes, illustrées en noir et blanc, en fin d'ouvrage. Ouvrage en italien, traduit par Caronni. Tradotte dal tedesco dal P.D. Felice Caronni. Dedié au Révérend Père D. Francesco Fontana. In-12 Cartonné. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos frotté. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 737-Numismatique [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: le-livre]
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        Roozendaal als de prachtigste bezitting van de Geldersche Graven en Hertogen en derzelver hofhouding aldaar enz. enz. met echte bewyzen bekend gemaakt.

      Arnhem, Moeleman, 1808. - (II)+533 pp. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Band iets vlekkig; ex-libris op binnenzijde voorplat, naam van dezelfde op 1e blanke pag.).

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        The history and Antiquities of the County of Cardigan (extra illustrated)

      London: Longlan, Hurst, Rees and Ormer, 1808 Collected from the few remaining documents which have escaped the destructive ravages of time, as well as from actual observation. In maroon half leather with maroon cloth, gilt tooling, corners and edges a little bumped and worn. Spine has raised bands, gilt tooling and title, 2 tiny scratches. Internally, red marbled endpapers, book plate of B Jnes-Bateman to fpd and Leonard Twiston Davies to fep, small crease to frontis at head, (xix), [1], (cclxxxiii), [1], 586 pp, [2], 20 pl, and extra illustrated with 7 plates and a map, plates are dated 1808, 1741, and 1814. (Lowndes 1541 COPAC WorldCat)Meyrick, antiquary and historian of arms and armour, who in 1810 published his first work, The History and Antiquities of the County of Cardigan. He is said to have planned a history of the monarchs of Britain, but his next major publication combined the interest in early British history with that which was to become his main subject of study. With Charles Hamilton Smith, he joined in the production of a work on The costume of the original inhabitants of the British islands, from the earliest periods to the sixth century (1815), illustrated by twenty-four colour plates. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Petit Almanac pour l'an 1808, avec six fables de Lafontaine, francoises et allemandes, et 12 estampes quis 'y rapportent. [With German title on facding verso]: Taschen Kalendar auf das Jahr 1808, mit sechs Fabeln von Lafontaine, deutsch und französisch und 12 dazu gebörigen Kupfern.

      ?Paris Avec Approbation de l'Académie royal des sciences; Mit Genehmigung der Königl. Akademie der Wissenschaften 1808 - ?ONLY EDITION. 24mo, 72 x 43 mms., pp. [xxxiv], 3 - 39 [40 blank],12 full-page engraved plates in the almanac, separate title-page for the fables, original blue wrappers, which are very slightly worn, but otherwise an excellent copy. This may be an early 19th century instance of Franco-German cooperation, given that the work is published with the apparent Approbation/Genehmigung of both the French Académie des sciences and the German Königliche Akademie der Wissenschaften. It is also possibly a German imprint, as the plates are designed "Seite" to indicate their location. I have not located any copy of this printing in any of the usual databases or in various online library catalogues. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        Almanach impérial pour l'an MDCCCVIII, présenté à S.M. l'Empereur et Roi.

      TESTU 1808 - Paris, Testu, sans date [1808]. In-8 de [1-35] & 36-880 pp. : maroquin vert, dos lisse orné d'un décor de semis d&#146;étoiles insérées dans des motifs géométriques très fins, le tout doré, encadrement composé d&#146;un motif floral doré sur les plats ., coupes et bordures intérieures décorées, doublures et gardes de tabis rose, tranches dorées (Meslant). Petite déchirure page 535, sans atteinte au texte ; TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN RELIURE SIGNÉE DU TEMPS PAR MESLANT, relieur de l'Empereur [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Abrégé Chronologique de l'Histoire D'Arles contenant les évènements arrivés pedant qu'elle a été tour à tour Royaume et République, ensuite réunie à la Souveraineté des Comtes de Provence et des Rois de France

      - Arles, de L'Imprimerie de Gaspard Mesnier, 1808. Un volume de format in 4° de 1 f. (titre), 520 pp. , puis XXVIII pp. recueil de toutes les inscriptions d'Arles antérieures au 8ème siècle. En fin 32 planches gravées sur cuivre dont certaines dépliantes dont la plache célèbre ds arènes avec les maisons bâties à l'intérieur Reliure dégradée en demi basane blonde, plats détachés. Tranches Marbrées. Ouvrage rare, pâles traces éparses d'humidité sur l'ensemble du volume; volume à restaurer. Voir Photos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Expeditio Militaris Addisoniana: Poema Duci De Marlborough Inscriptum , ( The Campaign, a Poem to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough &c.) Latinè reddidit, T.G.

      Non Given, printed by R.G., London 1808 - 75 page paper Pamphlet, Latin & English text. Latin Title page then The Latin and English poetry text are on facing pages. Front/rear poor with minor loss, Contents good clear printing, the odd minor fault ( some odd minor stains, edge dirt etc.). actually has 73 pages & Starts at the title page, so may have had a half title front page? from a quick net check 1st printed in 1705 though did not find one listed in any library inc. BL. So at time of listing this is the earliest edition for sale. This one is printed & published anonymously , later Joseph Addison added his name, In fact the author published under various names, i.e. Addison, J Addison, Addison Steel, Jodeph Addison to name a few. 13.5 x 20.5cm Approx [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by.

      London 1808 - Forty-four volumes (of 45), 12mo, lacking volume XII, or the seventh of ten volumes of the Spectator. 17 volumes with portrait frontispieces. Contemporary tree calf, gilt banded spines, sunned and with 12 volumes lacking their labels, all but 11 volumes also lacking their small roundels of green morocco showing the volume numbers, some wear to a few spine ends otherwise a pretty and well preserved set. Containing the articles of some of the 18th century&#146;s most brilliant polemicists, including Samuel Johnson, Joseph Warton, Alexander Pope, Joseph Addison and Jonathan Swift, this set collects in full twelve publications, viz. the Tatler, the Spectator, the Guardian, the Rambler, the Adventurer, the World, the Connoisseur, the Idler, the Mirror, the Lounger, the Observer and the Looker-on. A major work of scholarship, DNB comments of Chalmers "No man ever edited so many works. for the booksellers of London"

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        The Natural History of British Fishes, including scientific and general descriptions of the most interesting species, and an extensive selection of accurately finished coloured plates, taken entirely from original drawings, purposely made from the specimens in a recent state, and for the most part whilst living. Bde. III, IV, V (3 von 5 Bdn.).

      London, Printed for the Author and for F. and C. Rivington, 1804, 1806, 1808 - Gr.-8°; Bd. III: 24 Taf., ca. 50 Bl. Text, 2 Bl. Index; Bd. IV: 24 Taf., ca. 50 Bl Text, 2 Bl. Index; Bd. V: 24 Taf., ca. 50 Bl Text, 2 Bl. Index; (Tafeln XLIX -CXX; 72 handkolorierte Kupferstiche), HLdr. goldgeprägt (neu aufgebunden mit dem alten Deckel), Lesebändchen, Rundummarmorschnitt, Deckel etwas geschwärzt (Brandspuren?), innen und Tafeln etwas stockfleckig sonst sauber; Ex Libris a. Vorsatz (Admiral THE HONOURABLE Walter Cecil Carpenter (1834 ? 1904), officer of the Royal Navy. Nissen, ZBI 1141; Nissen, Schöne Fischbücher 51; Bosgoed 792; Dean I, 330. - Neben der Oktavausgabe des Bloch'schen Fischbuches wohl das schönste illustrierte Werk über dieses Thema. Mit überaus sorgfältig kolorierten Kupfern, vielfach gold- bzw. silbergehöht u. mit Eiweißlasur, auf kräftigem Papier. - Jede Tafel ist von einem weißen Deckblatt geschützt. 2400 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relazione storica dell'antichità, rovine e residui di Capri.

      Napoli, Luigi e Raffaele Nobile 1808 - In 8vo; pp.26. Bross. moderna. Seconda edizione di questo interessante e rarissimo opuscolo, la prima fu pubblicata nel 1750 quando l'autore era Governatore di Capri. Furcheim, pag.23; Doria, 515: "Edizione molto rara". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Marmion a Tale of Flodden Field

      813 - Edinburgh - J. Ballantyne and Co 1808 - A set of attractively bound first edition examples of Scott's popular narrative poems. Marmion is a first edition, second state of the first impression, and one of 2000 copies issued. The poem concerns Lord Marmion who is after a favourite of Henry VIII, the wealthy heiress, Clara de Clare. He implicates her fianc, Sir Ralph De Wilton, in a treasonable plot, but eventually De Wilton has Marmion unmasked just as the battle of Flodden Field begins. Marmion is killed in the battle while De Wilton regains his honor, estates, and Clara. The book was a tremendous success, despite its exceedingly high price at the time of publication. The Lady of the Lake is, first edition, first impression from 1810, and features a frontispiece of Walter Scott. Set in the Trossachs region of Scotland, it is composed of six cantos, each of which concerns the action of a single day. The poem has three main plots: the contest among three men, Roderick Dhu, James Fitz-James, and Malcolm Graeme, to win the love of Ellen Douglas; the feud and reconciliation of King James V of Scotland and James Douglas; and a war between the lowland Scots (led by James V) and the highland clans (led by Roderick Dhu of Clan Alpine). The poem was tremendously influential in the nineteenth century, and inspired the Highland Revival. Rokeby is a first edition andfirst impression. Publishers advertisments to the rear. Set in 1644 during the English Civil War, the poem exudesa touch of the supernatural; surrounding a haunted glen. Critical opinion was broadly favourable, with particularly positive reviews appearing in the Antijacobin Review, British Critic, and Monthly Review. The British Critic's reviewer called it 'pure poetry' and predicted that 'the name of Scott will descend to the latest posterity with those of the most established poets'. With Scottish politician Sir William Duff-Gordon's armorial bookplate to the front pastedown of The Lady of the Lake. As well as Margaret Scrimgeour bookplate to the front and rearpastedown to Rokeby and Marmion. Condition: Re-backed in decorative calf binding, with gilt boarders and lettering to the spines. Externally, light marks to the boards and wear to extremities. Marmion has slight loss to the front board. The Lady of the Lake and Rokeby has light wear to the head of the front board. Internally, all are firmly bound with bright pages. The Lady of the Lake has light offsetting to title page and marginal spotting to frontispiece. Light scattered spotting to the first few pages of Rokeby. Marmion is clean throughout, aside from the very odd spot to endpapers. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Marmion; A Tale of Flodden Field

      Printed by J. Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh; and William Miller, and John Murray, London, Edinburgh 1808 - First edition. Quarto. 19th Century half-calf binding. Slight foxing to a few leaves, corners and edges of the boards rubbed, a nice, very good plus copy. Scott's second full-length narrative poem, a historical romance of 16th Century Britain culminating in the Battle of Flodden Field. A best-seller in its day which went through four printings in the first six months. Housed in a custom full-leather clamshell case. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      J Ballantyne and Co. For Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh 1808 - Beautifully rebound by Kenny's Book Store in Ireland. Waterstain to top of many pages. Beautifully printed edition. Red Morocco/marberd boards/raised cords gilt rule.1806 watermark present. Poem concerns Lord Marmion and the unmasking of Marmion at the start of the Battle of Flodden Field. Marmion is killed and DeWilton regains all. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Proceedings of a General Court Martial, held at Chelsea Hospital &#133; for the Trial of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke,

      London: Printed for J.C. Mottley, Portsmouth, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, and H.D. Symonds [& two others],, 1808. Late Commander in Chief of the Forces in South America. Taken in Short-hand by Mr. Gurney. 2 volumes octavo (209 × 123 mm) Contemporary half calf on marbled boards, black morocco labels, volume numbers direct to spines, compartments formed by black-stained bands, gilt lozenge centre-tools, zig-zag roll in blind to the spine and corner edges, eau-de-nil endpapers, Folding map frontispiece to each. A little rubbed, joints starting, small chip to spine of volume II, no loss, repaired, frontispieces foxed, light browning, but overall very good. First edition. Includes the sentence leaf - pp829-30 - bound in at the end. An accurate and authoritative account - taken by William Brodie Gurney, grandson of Thomas, the founder of "England&#39;s great stenographic dynasty" - of the aftermath of the notorious debacle at Buenos Aires and Montevideo. "The court martial took seven weeks, and Whitelocke faced four charges covering poor diplomacy, military incompetence, and negotiation of a shameful surrender, each barely relevant to what had happened. He was found guilty and was cashiered. His fault lay in taking on a task beyond his capacity, for which those who appointed him should have shared the blame. It was also a task, in all probability, beyond the capacity of the British forces. All of those who recorded their impressions remarked that holding the Plate area against the wishes of the inhabitants was impossible: they wanted either Spanish rule or independence; a British conquest would have been extremely unpleasant, and ultimately a costly failure. Whitelocke&#39;s surrender and evacuation permitted the army to be returned to Britain to fight the real enemy, Napoleon. Many of Whitelocke&#39;s regiments went to fight in Spain later in 1808. Nevertheless he had shown himself incompetent" (ODNB).

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        GAZETA DE CATALUÑA. Del 1º de octubre de 1813 (nº 82) al 31 de oct. 1813 (nº 91). Del 4 noviembre 1813 (nº 1) al 30 dieciembre de 1813 (nº 20).

      - Vic, de orden y en la imprenta del gobierno superior español de la provincia, 16x22, De pág. 643 a 750 y 252 págs. 1 hoja. Contiene el prospecto de 2 hojas plegadas escrito por Agustín Torres y los suplementos y extraordinarios. Encuadernado en plena piel de época con tejeulo, hierros dorados, perfecta conservación. (Se considera continuadora de la Gazeta militar y política del Principado de Cataluña, que había comenzado a publicar el 23 de agosto de 1808 en Tarragona, y que se siguió estampando en una decena de localidades catalanas en una imprenta volante, siguiendo los destinos de la junta y del ejército en Cataluña a lo largo de la guerra de la independencia. Cambia su título a Gazeta de Cataluña el 31 de octubre de 1813, y lo hace ya ?de orden? del Gobierno Superior Español de la Provincia, que ha sustituido a la Junta Superior del Principado. A partir del cuatro de noviembre de este año comenzará una nueva numeración y paginación y a imprimirse en Vic, a la vez que junto a la cabecera estampará un amplio grabado con los escudos de Castilla y Cataluña, en el que se incluye la leyenda: ?La Constitución ha hermanado las familias de la península? Publicará noticias de la guerra de Cataluña y del resto de España, procedentes de los periódicos de provincias, así como copias de partes de guerra, oficios, etc., del ejército español; y noticias de la guerra en Europa, procedentes de periódicos de las potencias aliadas, especialmente ingleses, pero también de los franceses, algunas veces comentadas, etc.) (52255).

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      - Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1808, 15x21, 2 tomos: I- 429 págs. II-143 págs. 68 láminas desplegables con figuras grabadas. Encuadernados en pasta española de época bien conservada, papel limpio, láminas en perfecto estado. (52206).

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        Geschiedenis van den jongst-geëindigden oorlog, tot op het sluiten van den vrede te Amiëns. Bijzonder met betrekking tot de Bataafsche Republiek. (Complete in 10 vols.).

      Asd., Johannes Allart, 1802-1808. - 10 vols. With engr. frontisp., author's portr., fold. col. map of the Netherlands, 3 fold.plts., 2 fold. tables. Appendices, index. Contemp.half calf, red leather title label on spines. Good set. (Bindings sl. rubbed, corners a bit dam.; vol. 9 with sl. marginal waterst., incl. to portrait). * De Buck 2996. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1808 - ACCUM, Frederick. SYSTEM OF THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY Two Volumes, with Plates. From the Improved London Edition. Philadelphia, Kimber and Conrad, 1808. Octavo. Two volumes. xx,393pp.; xx,431[7}pp. +VIIff. First American edition. Contains seven engraved plates. First published in 1803, Accum'swas one of the earliest chemical texts to be based on Lavoisier's principles. Accum (1769-1838) was born in Germany, and came to London in 1793 to work in a pharmacy. He became a lecturer in chemistry and an expert on gas lighting and on culinary chemistry. He was arraigned for "mutilating books" at the Royal Institution, and left England in disgrace. His later books, some quite successful, were published under the name Mucca. Tree-calf, showing rubbing and some wear to extremities. Light soil to a few pages, and foxing to plat$850.00

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        The Microcosm of London

      London: T. Bensley,, [1808&#150;10]. 3 volumes, quarto (332 × 265 mm). Contemporary brown calf rebacked, spines gilt in compartments, green and red morocco labels, floral roll and cornerpieces to boards gilt, marbled endpapers. Engraved title and dedication page to each volume, 104 hand-coloured plates. Bindings rubbed and scuffed, wear to corners, contents lightly tanned, offsetting from plates, small rectangular piece cut from front blank of volume I. A very good set. First edition, early issue with a number of the plates in their first state. The plates are from drawings by Thomas Rowlandson (1756&#150;1827) and Augustus Pugin (1762&#150;1832). Pugin supplied the architectural drawings, which have an accuracy and serene beauty that contrasts nicely with Rowlandson&#39;s images of Londoners engaged in their everyday life. The excellence of the work is completed by the text, which forms an admirable adjunct to the plates, with vol. I and II by William Henry Pyne (1769&#150;1843) and vol. III by William Combe (1741&#150;1823).

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        Autograph Letter Signed "Gambier" to Vice Admiral Sir John Duckworth "off Ushant", About the Admiralty's Orders that "Lieutenant Brompton to be discharged from St. George, without waiting to be superceded with directions to join the Neptune immediately"].

      1808 - Caledonia in Hamoze, 21 September 1808. Folio (ca. 31,5x20 cm). 2 pp. Brown ink on Whatman laid paper watermarked '1806'; numbered and docketed in secretarial hand on verso. Written in secretarial hand and signed by Gambier. A fine letter. This official letter was signed by Admiral of the Fleet James Gambier, when he was the commander of the Channel Fleet of the Royal Navy (1808-1811), and addressed to Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth (1747-1817), then the second in command of the Mediterranean Fleet. The letter concerns the transfer of one of Gambier's officers from his flagship HSM Royal George (1788) to HSM Neptune (1797), a 98-gun second rate ship of the line. She was just about to embark to the West Indies where she would become the flagship of the British invasion to the French colony of Martinique in January 1809 under command of Rear-Admiral Alexander Cochrane. Gambier wrote the letter on board HMS Caledonia (1808), a 120-gun first-rate ship of the line, which had been launched earlier that year at Plymouth. Sir James Gambier also was the Governor of Newfoundland (1802-1804), and a Lord of the Admiralty. He participated in the American War of Independence, gained the distinction in the Glorious First of June in 1794, and commanded the naval forces in the campaign against Copenhagen (1807) and in the Battle of the Basque Roads (1809). Gambier was a founding benefactor of Kenyon College in the United States, so the town that was founded with it, Gambier, Ohio is named after him. Mount Gambier, South Australia, the extinct volcano and the later city, and the Gambier Island in British Columbia are also named after him (Wikipedia). Sir John Thomas Duckworth "served during the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, as the Governor of Newfoundland during the War of 1812, and a member of the British House of Commons during his semi-retirement. Serving with most of the great names of the Royal Navy during the later 18th and early 19th centuries, he fought almost all of Britain's enemies on the seas at one time or another, including a Dardanelles operation that would be remembered a century later during the First World War. He commanded at the Battle of San Domingo, the last great fleet action of the Napoleonic Wars" (Wikipedia).

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        An Authentic Account of the Proceedings . . . in an Action in the Court of King's Bench in Which the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin was Plaintiff, and William Ferguson, Esq., Defendant, for Criminal Conversation with the Plaintiff's Wife [etc.]

      Printed for J. Hatchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty [etc.], London 1808 - Modern red cloth, gilt, the boards a bit bubbled, the title dusty, and the binding somewhat strained, else a good, usable and untrimmed copy A rare, principal account of the action brought by Lord Elgin (of the Elgin Marbles), represented by William Garrow, against "the man who had run away with his wife", the adultery admitted, damages assessed at an enormous 10,000 pounds, as claimed [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Authentic Account of the Proceedings . . . in an Action in the Court of King&#39;s Bench in Which the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin was Plaintiff, and William Ferguson, Esq., Defendant, for Criminal Conversation with the Plaintiff&#39;s Wife [etc.]

      London: Printed for J. Hatchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty [etc.], 1808. Modern red cloth, gilt, the boards a bit bubbled, the title dusty, and the binding somewhat strained, else a good, usable and untrimmed copy A rare, principal account of the action brought by Lord Elgin (of the Elgin Marbles), represented by William Garrow, against "the man who had run away with his wife", the adultery admitted, damages assessed at an enormous 10,000 pounds, as claimed

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        The Grave, A Poem Illustrated by Twelve Etchings Executed from Original Designs.

      London: T. Bensley for R. H. Cromek, 1808. First Edition. Cloth. Quarter Morocco Slipcase, with cloth chemise. Very Good. Folio-sized. 37 by 30 cm. xiv, 36, [4] pp. Engraved frontis portrait of Blake. Engraved title, followed by 11 plates. This copy includes list of subscribers, a poem "To the Queen" by Blake, an advertisement referencing Henry Fuseli&#39;s favorable comments on the designs followed by Fuseli&#39;s short exegesis and a prospectus for Chaucer&#39;s Pilgrims. This particular copy had belonged originally to artist and engraver James Neagle, who collaborated with Blake on several projects and later settled in Philadelphia. (His inscription is written in a calligraphic hand on one of the preliminary pages.) With a later quarter blue morocco slipcase and chemise. Scattered mostly light foxing -- heavier on frontis and title, and affecting plate margins more than text leaves. Offsetting. Considerable wear to the original boards. Rebacked spine. Moderate wear to the slipcase, which remains structurally sound and attractive.

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        Traité des pierres précieuses, des porphyres, granits, marbres, albatres, et autres roches propres à recevoir le poli et à orner les monumens publics et les edifices particuliers (.)

      Schoell, Paris 1808 - Deux volumes in-8 (208 x 134 mm), demi basane marron, dos lisse orné de filets, plats de papier jaspé décoré d'un monogramme (reliure d'époque). Orné de 8 planches dépliantes. (frottements, petit manque à la coiffe supérieure du tome 1, coins usés, mouillure au bas des pages du tome 1, rousseurs). // Two octavo volumes (208 x 134 mm), half brown roan, smooth spine tooled with fillets, mottled paper covers tooled with a monogram (contemporary binding). Illustrated with 8 folfing plates. (rubbings, small lack of leather on top of spine vol. 1, corners used, water-stain on bottom of pages vol. 1, brownings).

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        The Road Side. From an original Picture in the Collection of Thos. Lister Parker Esqr

      W. Say, London 1808 - A beautiful composition expertly rendered by one of the greatest mezzotinters of his time. William Owen "was sent in 1786 to London, where he became a pupil of Charles Catton, R.A., the coach-painter. Soon afterwards he attracted the notice of Sir Joshua Reynolds, whose picture of Perdita he had copied, and he was indebted to Reynolds for some valuable advice. He entered the Royal Academy as a student in 1791, and his earliest exhibited works. appeared in the exhibition of 1792; and in each succeeding year, except 1823, he contributed portraits and occasional rustic subjects. Some of the most eminent men of the day were among his sitters, and his portraits were truthful and characteristic.Owen was elected an associate of the Royal Academy in 1804, and an academician in 1806. In 1810 he was appointed portrait-painter to the Prince of Wales, and in 1813 principal portrait-painter to the prince-regent, who offered him the honour of knighthood, which he declined."( DNB ). William Say (1768-1834) came to London at about twenty years old "and obtained instruction from James Ward (1769-1859), who was then practising mezzotint engraving. Say became an able and extremely industrious engraver, working entirely in mezzotint, and between 1801 and 1834 executed no fewer than 335 plates, a large proportion of which are portraits of contemporary celebrities, from pictures by Beechey, Hoppner, Lawrence, Northcote, Reynolds, and others. Say was one of the engravers employed by Turner upon his Liber Studiorum, for which he executed eleven of the published and two of the unpublished plates. In 1807 he was appointed engraver to the Duke of Gloucester.An almost complete set of Say's works, in various states, was presented to the British Museum by his son in 1852' ( DNB ) The implied narrative is of a mother and her young family on a long journey on foot, who have found a place to rest and nurse the baby. But the message of the image is not about rural poverty but rather about familial union. Everyone is asleep or nearly, exhausted and vulnerable, and yet safe and protected in their togetherness. The white clothing and pink faces make a radiant diagonal rounded into a self-contained unit by the little girl at her mother's feet and the drowsy boy above, in sharp contrast to the dark plants, rocks and sky beyond them. Mezzotint, printed in colours, with touches of hand-colouring, by William Say (cut to plate mark and expertly re-margined to top and sides). Title margin fo.

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