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        Unpublished manuscript on paper entitled "Historia de la Real Biblioteca de S. M. Establecida en Madrid por Felipe V. y amplificada por el Rey N.S. Carlos III. Su Fundacion, Progresos, y Estado actual hasta el presente año de 1783. Noticia de sus Bibliotecarios Mayores y de otros Individuos de ella. Catalogo razonado de las Obras que ha dado a lùz. Por D. Juan Antonio Pellicer Oficial de la misma Rl. Biblioteca." 1 p.l. (title), 2 blank leaves, 99 unnumbered leaves, 2 blank leaves. Small 4to (208 x 148 mm.), cont. green morocco, triple gilt fillets round sides, Spanish marbled endpapers, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. [Madrid: 1783]

      The manuscript fair copy of this unpublished account and history of the Real Biblioteca of Spain; it is written throughout in one fine calligraphic hand. The only other copy of the manuscript - it appears to be the author's holograph manuscript - is now in the Biblioteca Nacional of Spain. Hoefer (Vol. 39, col. 507) states that this text was about to be printed in 1808 but the project was abandoned because of the French invasion of the peninsula. Pellicer (1738-1806), after finishing his studies at Salamanca, was called to Madrid by Carlos III to become librarian of the Royal Library. Pellicer was already known as one of the leading antiquarians of the country. He is best known for his work on the new edition of Antonio's great bibliography Bibliotheca Hispana (1783-88), his life of Cervantes, and his Ensayo de una Bibliotheca de Traductores Españoles (1778). This finely written and handsome manuscript is divided into five chapters: 1) "De la Fundacion, principios. y primeras Constituciones de la Real Biblioteca aprobadas por Felipe V"; 2) "Del nuevo Plan, y segundas Constituciones aprobadas por el rey N.S. Carlos III"; 3) "De los Bibliotecarios Mayores que ha habido hasta este presente año de 1783"; 4) "Catalogo razonado de las Obras que se han impreso en la Real Biblioteca, en tiempo de D. Juan de Santander"; and 5) "De los demas Bibliotecarios Menores, y otros Individuos que han escrito algunas obras." Much of the information in this manuscript is not readily available in other source books. There are some wonderfully gossipy sections concerning various personalities at the Library and the difficulties experienced by the library since its foundation in 1712 by King Philip V. Fine copy. Bookplate of the Duque de Medinaceli y Santisteban.

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Dei sepolcri. Poesie di Ugo Foscolo, di Ippolito Pindemonte e di Giovanni Torti. Aggiuntovi uno squarcio inedito sopra un monumento del Parini di Vincenzo Monti

      per Nicolò Bettoni, 1808. Cm. 21, pp. viii, 76 (4) ["Edizione protetta dalla legge 19 fiorile anno IX" e una carta bianca]. Graziosa legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli su tassello e filetti in oro al dorso. Trascurabili e sporadiche fioriture, esemplare fresco e ben conservato. Rara e importante edizione bresciana che raccoglie i seguenti scritti: Ugo Foscolo, Dei sepolcri (terza edizione); Ippolito Pindemente, I sepolcri (seconda edizione); Giovanni Torti, Sui sepolcri di Ugo Foscolo e di Ippolito Pindemonte (prima edizione); Vincenzo Monti, Versi estratti dal quinto canto della Mascheroniana (prima edizione). Cfr. Iccu; Mazzola, 30; Ottolini, 154; manca all'Acchiappati..

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        Eu O Principe Regente Faço saber aos que o prezente Alvará virem, que Tendo consideracão á necessidade, que há, de se crear o Lugar de Intendente Geral da Policia da Corte, e do Estado do Brazil, da mesma forma, e com a mesma Jurisdição, que tinha o de Portugal .

      Rio de Janeiro, Na Impressão Regia, dated 10 May 1808. - Folio (29.2 x 20 cm.), disbound. Woodcut initial. In good to very good condition. (2 ll.), printed on first two pages only. *** FIRST EDITION [?]. Establishes an Intendente Geral da Policia da Corte, and for the Estado do Brazil. This is an early imprint from Rio de Janeiro. Except for the press operated very briefly by Antonio Isidoro da Fonseca in 1747, without authorization, no printing press operated in Brazil until the Portuguese court arrived there in March 1808, as a result of the French invasion of Portugal during the Peninsular War. The Impressão Regia of Rio de Janeiro was the only press in that city from 1808 to 1821, and the only press working in Brazil from 1808 until 1811, when Manuel da Silva Serva began to print in Bahia.*** Almeida Camargo & Borba de Moraes, Bibliografia da Impressão Régia do Rio de Janeiro II, no. 15. Not in Valle Cabral. Not in JCB, Portuguese and Brazilian Books. Not located in Porbase. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        A dictionary of practical and theoretical chemistry, with its application to the arts and Manufactures.

      (London) Phillips 1808 - (21 x 13,5 cm). 410 Bll. Mit 13 (3 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln und 13 gefalteten Tabellen. Halblederband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - "The author did not call this a second edition since it is in effect a totally new work, greatly enlarged and extensively rewritten to bring it up to date. The Appendix contains, in addition to tables, Davy's Bakerian Lecture read Nov. 19, 1807 on the decomposition of the fixed alkalis by electricity" (Cole). - Stellenweise papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Vereinzelt gering stockfleckig. Oberer Rand etwas knapp beschnitten, Tabellentext teils leicht angeschnitten. Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen, sonst wohlerhalten. - DSB 10, 107; Partington IV, 19; Cole 975; Bolton 70 (Anm.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ueber die Natur des Lichts. Zwey von der Kaiserl. Akademie des Wissenschaften zu St. Petersburg gekrönte Preisschriften. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      St Petersburg Akademie der Wissenschaften 1808 - (26 x 20,5 cm). 8, 92 S.; XX (2) 287 S. Halbleinwandband um 1920. Einzige Ausgabe. Teil 1 beschreibt die chemischen Eigenschaften des Lichts und Teil 2 die Natur und die Eigenschaften des Lichts. - "The papers of Link and Heinrich were accepted and the two shared the prize. The text of the Academy's program refers to hypotheses regarding light by Newton, Euler and Lavoisier. Link's essay deals with the chemical effects of light, combustion, heat etc. That of Heinrich is concerned with the effects of light on animals, on plants, and on chemical processes with comments on luminescence and burning, the analysis of light and the properties of light" (Cole). - Titel verso alt gestempelt. Äußerer Rand anfangs mit schmalem schwachem Fleck. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes und breitrandiges Exemplar auf besserem Papier. - DSB 8, 373; Poggendorff I, 1469 & 1051; Cole 842

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        Faust. Eine Tragödie.

      Tübingen, 1808. Small 8vo. Contemporary full black morocco with gilt spine. A bit of wear to extremities. A bit of brown spotting and remains of wax seal to back end-paper and verso of last tex-leaf. Old owner's name to front free end-paper. ¶ The rare first edition of the first full version of Faust I, in the even rarer separate printing (i.e. not the one from the collected works), of one of the peaks of world literature, the main work by one of the greatest writers that ever lived. The first part of Faust I to appear was that in volume 7 of collected works from 1790, in which the much shorter fragment of it, entitled "Faust. Ein Fragment" appeared. In 1808, the full version of Faust I appeared for the very fist time, in the collected works and separately, as it is here. Faust II, which is very rarely read and not usually included in what we mean by Goethe's Faust, was written much later and only appeared after Goethe's death. Few other writers have been as influential as Goethe and his works were an immense source of inspiration for everything from drama and music to science and philosophy. Goethe is generally accepted as one of the most important Western thinkers and his main work "Faust" arguably constitutes the most important and influential work of world literature. "If Goethe may justly be called the last representative of the renaissance ideal of the "oumo universale", his "Faust" embodies the sum total of his poetical growth." (Printing and the Mind of Man: 298). "Faust" is probably the work for which Goethe is most famous, and this is not without reason. The novel emphasizes the strength of the individual and the right to freely investigate aspects of human and divine character. The novel also fights for man's right to determine his own destiny, and it is thus considered the first great literary work in the spirit of modern individualism. The work is also considered highly relevant to science and scientific thought, since Goethe here offers a holistic and non-analytic approach to these areas.PMM 298 (being the 1834 ed., not the real first); Hagen: 310 [D1].

      [Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S]
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        Andrew Jackson

      September 21, 1808. Manuscript Document, two pages, front and verso, 7.5" x 12.25", Hermitage, September 21, 1808, in unknown hand. Some minor losses at margins and some ink erosion, usual folds, light toning. Good condition. An account of the partnership of Jackson & Hutchings. Andrew Jackson and John Hutchings established a store at Clover Bottom in 1804. The account concerns transactions by the partnership from July 25, 1803 to November 23, 1804 with Dr. William Ward. The partners purchased a variety of goods from Dr. Ward including "ribbon", "cotton", "rope", "buttons", "needles", a "tea kettle", a "brass ink stand", "flannel", "Tobacco", "Brown Sugar", a "Ladies Hat", "a Screw auger", "thread", "Trunk", and other articles in high demand in the trans-Appalachian west. John Hutchings (d. 1817) was Andrew Jackson's onetime business partner who co-owned a cotton farm in the Alabama Territory as well as a cotton gin, distillery, and several mercantile stores in Tennessee. Hutchings had willed that Andrew Jackson be the guardian of his son in the event of his death. After he died in 1817, Jackson gained a new, 11 year-old ward and namesake, Andrew Jackson Hutchings, whom he raised as his own son just as he did with with Andrew Jackson, Jr.

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        Oeuvres complètes de Rivarol

      Collective first edition, rare, adorned with a frontispiece portrait.Bindings full brown marbled sheepskin contemporary. Back adorned with 5 different small florets. Title and volume pieces of dark brown veal. Headdresses arrasées, except tail of Volume I. Together very rubbed with some lacks on the backs. joints of volume I split in the head and tails. All corners blunt. Chez Léopold Collin A Paris 1808 In-8 (12,5x20,5cm) (4) xliv, 382pp. et (4) 374pp. et (4) xxxviij, 329pp. et (4) 390pp. et (4) xij, xij, 360pp. 5 volumes reliés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Monatschronik der Zürcherischen Rechtspflege oder Mittheilung der wichtigern Urtheile und Beschlüsse des Obergerichtes und anderer Gerichte des Cantons Zürich [...]. [Bd. 1/1833 - 12/1838 u. Registerbd. kompl.] [Und:] Beiträge zur Kunde und Fortbildung der Zürcherischen Rechtspflege [Bd. 1/1841 - 19/1854 komplett]. [Und:] Zeitschrift für Kunde und Fortbildung der Zürcherischen Rechtspflege [1. Bd. - 23. Bd. komplett]. [54 Bände u. 1 Registerbd.].

      8, zus. ca. 25000 S., Monatschronik: Priv.-HLdr. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Rundum-Rotschnitt Beiträge: Kart. d. Zt. Zeitschrift: Kart. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Kanten beschabt, Kapitale meist m. Verlusten, Rücken tlw. läd., Deckel tlw. berieben, priv. (tlw. handschriftl.) Rückenchildchen, Name a. Vs., tlw. etw. stockfl. Komplette erste 40 Jahre der unter verschiedenen Titeln erschienenen Zeitschrift (fortgesetzt durch Zürcherische Zeitschrift für Gerichtspraxis und Rechtswissenschaft). - Joseph Schauberg, geboren 19.3.1808 Annweiler bei Dürkheim (Bayern), gestorben 14.3.1866 Zürich, kath., 1835 von Schwamendingen (heute Gem. Zürich) und 1850 von Zürich. [...] Rechtsstud. in Heidelberg, Jena und München (Promotion). Burschenschafter und Freimaurer. 1833 wegen angeblicher polit. Umtriebe denunziert und verhaftet. Übersiedlung nach Zürich, dort 1833-52 PD für Strafrecht, Kantonsprokurator und Rechtsanwalt. Mitarbeit an der von Friedrich Ludwig Keller begründeten "Monatschronik der zürcher. Rechtspflege", die S. 1841-54 als "Beiträge zur Kunde und Fortbildung der zürcher. Rechtspflege" und 1855-66 als "Zeitschrift für Kunde und Fortbildung der zürcher. Rechtspflege" weiterführte (HLS).

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        Narrative of the Expedition To The Baltic: With An Account of the Siege and Capitulation of Copenhagen; including the Surrender of the Danish Fleet. By an Officer employed in the Expedition.

      - London, Brettell for Lindsell, 1808. 8vo. Entirely uncut in the publisher's paper-backed boards with ms. title lable to spine; pp. xi, 307, two hand-coloured engraved maps; re-backed at an early state, head of spine defective, boards a little spotted, remnants of bookplate, a little offsetting from maps, even light toning to text; a good copy of a great rarity. First edition, privately published. Dedicated to William Shaw Cathcart, the military leader of the operations against Copenhagen and Danish forces, this anonymous account was 'written principally to beguile those solitary hours which fall to the lot of most military men, and to preserve a private memorial of the events which occurred during the operations in Zeeland, without any view to publication' (author's Advertisement). Besides being a blow-by-blow account of the Baltic operations, this volume contains valuable descriptions of the reaction of the population of Copenhagen to British occupation. 'In the summer of 1807 it became clear to Lord Castlereagh that the French might commandeer the Danish fleet stationed in Copenhagen. To prevent this, Castlereagh sent Admiral Gambier and Cathcart to take control of the fleet and the city. The British arrived at the end of August and immediately tried to negotiate a surrender with Major-General Peiman, the commander of Copenhagen's military forces. This proved ineffectual and by 1 September they had placed mortar and gun batteries around the city and had blockaded Stralsund, the nearest Danish port capable of assisting Copenhagen. Having strengthened their position, Gambier and Cathcart once again asked Peiman to surrender the city and the fleet. He refused and emphasized his resolution by not allowing the women and children to leave the city. The British batteries began to shell Copenhagen on 2 September. This pounding continued until 6 September and articles of surrender were signed on the next day. The British forces then took control of the citadel and arsenal and began to repair the naval vessels that the Danish had tried to scuttle … Although his Copenhagen victory had enabled the British army to impound naval supplies and vessels, the British public remained divided in its opinion of the episode. Opponents of the attack were especially appalled by the number of women and children who died in the siege.' (ODNB on Cathcart). This controversy explains why there are no immediate publications about the 1807 siege, and why this book is so rare and was published privately. The only copy in COPAC is the one in the British Library; KVK locates one further copy, in the Danish Royal Library, with only one map. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Traité de l'art de chasser avec le chien courant. Ouvrage qui contient la manière de former et de diriger une meute ainsi que les principes et la théorie de l'art du veneur; et où l'on traite en détail les chasses du lièvre, du chevreuil, du renard, du loup et du sanglier. Dédié à S.A.S. le Maréchal d'Empire Alexandre Berthier.

      Landriot 1808 - In-8 (125 x 199 mm) de VIII, 200 et 2 pl. gr. dépl.; demi-chagrin à grain long vert, dos lisse orné (reliure moderne dans le style de l'époque). Thiébaud, 107-108; Souhart, 63; Schwerdt, I, 74. Édition originale. Un des ouvrages de vènerie les plus rares du XIXe siècle. En effet, lors de la Restauration Boisrot de Lacour, qui avait été lieutenant de la Louveterie impériale et avait dédié son ouvrage au Maréchal Berthier, craignant qu'on ne lui reprochât sa dédicace, retira le volume du commerce et en détruisit presque tous les exemplaires. "Ce ne fut que plus tard que son héritier en retrouva les feuilles dépareillées dans son grenier, et qui servaient à allumer le feu; comme le volume n'avait pas été broché, la plupart des exemplaires se trouvèrent incomplets" (Souhart). Divisé en deux parties, la première donne des détails "pour former, conserver et diriger une meute", la seconde partie est consacrée à la chasse (lièvre, chevreuil, loup, renard, et sanglier). Quelques légères rousseurs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: T.& R. Hughes, 1808. ROWLANDSON, Thomas. 12mo.beautiful, decorative full-morocco leather, top edge gilt; viii; 231 pages. Binding by Tallibart. With full pull-out frontispiece by Thomas Rowlandson. Consisting Of Humorous Pieces, In Prose And Verse, Selected From The Works Of That Satirical And Lively Writer, To Which Is Prefixed A Life Of The Author. First Edition. Scarce! Near fine (covers & binding very nice; contents clean & tight with extremely minor foxing). A lovely copy!

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        Commentar über das Gesetzbuch Napoleons oder gründliche Entwickelung der Discussion dieses Gesetzbuches im Staats-Rathe. Aus dem französischen übersetzt, mit practischen Erläuterungen, den Meinungen berühmter Rechtsgelehrten, so wie mit vielen Urtheilen vermehrt, die über wichtige Rechtsfragen, die nach dem Gesetzbuche Napoleons entschieden werden mußten, in Frankreich erlassen worden sind. Übersetzt von Wilhelm BLANCHARD.

      bey Keilischen Buchhandlung, Köln 1808 - Köln, bey Keilischen Buchhandlung, 1808-09. 8vo. (1:) 3 Bll., 508; (2:) 537; (3:) 508; (4:) 522 S. Zeitgenössische einfache Pappbände mit geprägten Rückenschildchen und schönem marmoriertem Rotschnitt. (Ebd.-Rücken leicht angeschmutzt, sonst sehr schöner Zustand). Erste Übersetzung des legendären Kommentars "Analyse raisonnée de la Discussion du Code civil" aus der Entstehungszeit des Code civil! - Im Jahre 1800 wurde Maleville von Napoléon beauftragt, zusammen mit Tronchet, Portalis und Bigot-Préameneu den Entwurf eines Code civil auszuarbeiten. Von Napoléon war Maleville als Sekretär und Redakteur innerhalb der Kommisison beauftragt. Seine drei Kollegen beteiligten ihn aber gleichberechtigt an allen Kommissionssitzungen. Maleville betrachtete das Ius Romanum als das in Europa wichtigste und allen anderen überlegene Recht. Innerhalb der Kommission suchte er den Standpunkt des Ius Romanum bei der Ausgestaltung des Entwurfes einzubringen. Bisweilen schoß Maleville auch über dass Ziel hinaus, beispielsweise als er entgegen den Errungenschaften der Französischen Revolution, die auch die gesetzliche Gleichberechtigung der Frau forderte, die Verwirklichung des patriachalischen, römischen Familienmodells forderte. Die Paterfamilias war für ihn beispielgebend und sollte nach seinen Vorstellungen auch Inhalt des Code civil werden. In diesem Sinne lehnte Maleville auch die Ehescheidung ab, einer der großen Errungenschaften der französischen Revolution. Stark romanistisch war er auch im Erbrecht, vor allem bei der im Ius Romanum ausgeprägten grenzelosen Testierfreiheit. - Seine berühmte vierbändige "Analyse raisonnée" über die Diskussion zum Code civil im Staatsrat war ein umfassender, hochinteressanter Kommentar über das Zustandekommen, die Grundlagen und die Ausgestaltung jedes Artikels. Malleville behandelt darin in durchaus unparteiischer Weise die am umstrittensten und am kontroversest diskutierten Fragen im Entstehungsprozeß des Code civil. In der Befolgung der Legalordnung des Code civil zeigt Maleville an den einzelnen Gesetzen auf, warum die eine oder andere Meinung bei der Ausgestaltung des Gesetzes den Vorzug erhalten hat. Er fügt an, warum die eine oder andere Lücke geblieben ist und vor allem, auf welche Weise die geltende Gesetzesregelung vom Ius Romanum auf der einen Seite und dem Gewohnheitsrecht (droit coutumier) auf der anderen Seite hergeleitet bzw. abgewichen ist. - Maleville (1741-1824) war bis zum Jahre 1770 Advokat am Parlement zu Bordeaux, zog sich dann aber nach Domme im Pérogard zurück. Die französische Revolution drängte ihn wieder ins öffentliche Leben zurück. Dort übernahm er Aufgaben in der Justiz und in der französischen Gesetzgebung. Maleville war ein Parteigänger der Revolution und wurde im Jahre 1790 zunächst Mitglied, später Direktor des Direktoriums im Département Dordogne. Ein Jahr später wurde er als Richter an das Kassationsgericht zu Paris, dem obersten französischen Gericht, berufen. Dort wirkte er als Richter bis 1794. Von 1795 bis 1799 wurde er in den Ältestenrat berufen. Im Jahre 1800 schloß er sich Napoléon Bonaparte an, der ihn erneut zum Richter am Kassationsgericht ernannte, wo er bald Präsident der zivilrechtlichen Abteilung wurde. Im Jahre 1806 wurde er zum Senator ernannt und in den Grafenstand erhoben, wandte sich später jedoch von Napoléon ab. Er stimmte für die Entlassung Napoléons und der Rückkehr der Bourbonen zu. Nachdem er sich mit der Restauration verbündet hatte, wurde er 1814 zum Pair und 1817 zum Marquis ernannt. (Ebd.-Rücken leicht angeschmutzt, sonst sehr schöner Zustand). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed from James Monroe to Virginia Governor William Henry Cabell

      (Richmond, Virginia), 1808. Very Good. Quarto. 2pp., on a folded sheet. Richmond: January 20, 1808. Two old light horizontal fold lines (with slight separation extending about a quarter inch from the right edge), one small light stain and a tiny chip to the right edge of the upper fold line, very good. Also included is the original hand-addressed envelope wrapper (a folded folio sheet). An outstanding autograph letter written by Monroe upon his return to Virginia after serving six years as U.S. Minister to Great Britain, sent to his friend and fellow Virginian, Governor William Cabell. Monroe thanks Cabell:"... for the kind & friendly manner in which you have made known to our country & communicated to me, your good opinion on my publick conduct in the various & important trusts to which I have been appointed. With the sentiments which you entertain of your official duty in such a case, to which I attach the highest degree of consideration & respect, I would not have presumed that you would have expressed any opinion on the subject. By stating your sentiments on the journal of the council, in the manner you have done, you afford a very strong proof of your devotion to principle & friendship for me.In returning to my country after so long an absence from it, during which, I was engaged in the discharge of the most extensive, complicated and difficult duties, I have experienc'd the greatest possible consolation, from the acception which has been given me by my fellow citizens. To the executive & legislative bodies of this commonwealth I have been made known more intimately by the course of my publick service ... I am dear sir with my best wishes for your welfare very sincerely yours, Jas. Monroe."

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      London, 1808. 5 x 8. frontis, xviii, 530 (plus duplicate pagination at pp 506*, 507*), (48) pages plus 7 plates (2 folding);includes the three specimens: Fry & Steele printer's flowers (29 pages); Fry & Steele Printing Types (19 pages) and Caslon & Catherwood Printing Types (10 pages). Contemporary morocco-backed marbled boards, later joint repair and extremities worn; sound binding. Scattered light foxing and toning. Generally a clean very good complete copy. The sixth English printer's manual "which set the form for its successors up to and including Timperley (1838)." In the Preface Stower acknowledges his use of Smith's Printers' Grammar (1755 or 1787?) and to a lesser extent Luckombe's History of Printing. With sections on composition, presswork, press construction, stereotype, ink exotic types etc. Bigmore & Wyman, II. p.403; JPHS, E6; Birrell & Garnett #225; Berry & Johnson pp 23, 47-8.

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        Traité de Mécanique Céleste. Bände I-IV (von 5) + 3 Supplemente (von 4) in 5 Bänden.

      Paris, Crapelet für J. B. M. Duprat, An VII (1799)-1808. - 4°. Mit 1 gef. Kupfertafel. XXXII, 368 SS.; 2 Bll., 382 SS.; XXIV, 303 SS.; XL, 347 SS., 1 Bl., 65 SS. (Suppl. I); 2 Bll., 78 SS., 1 Bl. (Suppl. II). 24 SS. (Suppl. III, lose begelegt in Br. mit Rückenfalz). Uniforme, marmor. Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg. u. goldgepr. Rsch. (etw. beschabt, Kanten tls. gering gestaucht, etw. angestaubt). Carter-Muir, Nr. 252. Sparrow 125. Roberts-T. 197.- Erster Druck der ersten Ausgabe dieses bedeutenden und grundlegenden Werkes zur Himmelsmechanik. Der erste Druck kenntlich an der Jahreszahl "An VII" für die Bände I u. II. Selten vollständig, da über einen Zeitraum von ca. 27 Jahren erschienen. Band V erschien erst 1825. In dekorativen, zeitgenössischen Einbänden!- "Laplace's masterpiece" (Roberts-T.). Bei Bd. IV ein Supplement beigebunden: "Théorie des l'Action Capillaire . Paris, chez Courcier, 23 Avril 1806. Ein zweites Supplement separat gebunden, mit dem Titel: "Supplement a la Théorie de l'Action Capillaire . Paris, chez Courcier, 1807".- "Laplace hat man den 'Newton Frankreichs' genannt. In seiner großartigen 'Abhandlung über Himmelsmechanik', die in einem Zeitraum von siebenundzwanzig Jahren veröffentlicht wurde, faßte er die Theorien und Ausführungen seiner Vorgänger - vor allem Newtons, Eulers, d'Alemberts, Kants und seines Zeitgenossen Lagrange . zusammen und entwickelte sie weiter . Die Mécanique Céleste selbst ist äußerst schwer verständlich und hoch mathematisch . Die Mécanique Céleste wurde von dem amerikanischen Mathematiker Nathaniel Bowditch ins Englische übersetzt und 1829-39 mit einem ausgedehnten Kommentar in 4 Bänden in Boston veröffentlicht; eine deutsche Ausgabe des allgemeinen Teils besorgte Johann Karl Burkhardt 1800-02" (Carter-M.).- Innendeckel mit Bibl.-Schildchen, Titel mit Bibl.-Stempel. Stellenweise gering stockfl- od. braunfleckig, bei Bd. I einige hs. Anmerkungen in Bleistift, bei Bd. IV die SS. 131-47 oben im Rand tintenfleckig. Naturwissenschaften [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Manuel des Amphitryons...

      Chez Chapelle et Renand, 1808. (12,5 x 20,5) Mezza pelle coeva con tit. e fregi in oro al dorso con custodia. (2), antiporta figurata, 384 pp., 16 tavv. fuori testo. Deluso dal declino dell'arte di convitare sin dai tempi della Rivoluzione francese, l'autore ci dona questo trattato sulle arti conviviali, nella speranza di vederle tornare ai suoi massimi splendori. Il libro contiene capitoli sull'arte del trinciante, i menu più appropriati per ogni stagione, mentre l'ultima parte è dedicata al codice di comportamento di un vero anfitrione e dei suoi ospiti. Bitting p. 203; Simon Gastronomica 805; Vicaire pp. 427/428.

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        “The Soul exploring the recesses of the Grave”: in The Grave.

      London: Cadell and Davies, 1808. Single plate, etching on wove unwatermarked paper, recently cleaned. From the first 4to edition. Bentley, Blake Books, 435 A.

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        Théorie des quatre mouvemens et des destinées générales. Prospectus et annonce de la découverte.

      Leipzig [i. e. Lyons, Pelzin], 1808. - 8vo. (4), 425, (3) pp. With large folding table "Tableau du cours du mouvement social". Slightly later calf-backed marbled boards, flat back lettered in gilt, edges marbled to match boards. First edition of the author's first book, containing the essence of his principle of Association (or the union between men), driven by universal human passionate attraction but hampered by the forces of civilization. According to Fourier, an important precursor to Marx, social harmony can only be based upon this principle, and he was convinced that material abundance would be its result. The application of this principle by his followers in various utopian communes was little successful, but the impact of Fourier's profound insight into human nature and civilization on social and socialist theory can hardly be underestimated. While Marx and Engels severely criticized Fourier's thought as unhistorical, they praised him for his attacks on 19th century moralism as "impuissance en action". - First and last leaves mildly duststained; marginal edge flaws to last and another leaf without affecting text. Del Bo p. 5. Kress B. 5351. Goldsmiths' 19750 (2 copies). Not in Einaudi. En français dans le texte 218. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches curieuses des monoyes de France depuis le commencement de la monarchie.Paris, Edme Martin, 1666. Large folio (42 x 27.5 cm). With title-page with engraved allegorical illustration by N. Bonnart (including a minting press), and numerous engravings in text incl. 7 full-page (on pp. 336, 342, 349, 354, 359, 364 and 370). Contemporary mottled calf (ca. 1693), richly gold-tooled board edges and turn-ins, gilt edges; and each board with the (later) gold-tooled British Royal arms in the form used in Scotland 1801-1816, encircled by the inscription, "The Society of Writers to the Signet" (that is the Signet Library in Edinburgh; stamp 3, ca. 1815).

      Brunet I, col. 1185; Cat. Goldsmith I, 1808; Kress 1170; for the author: NBG VII, cols. 126-127. Large paper copy of the first and only edition of a study of the coins circulating in France since antiquity, describing the coins of the Jews, ancient Gauls, and Romans, covering the period from the Gauls to the end of Merovingians, written by Claude Bouteroue d'Aubigny (1620-1680), antiquarian from noble descent. From 1654 Bouteroue was the advisor to the royal mint and during the years 1668-1670 intendant of Quebec. In his preface the author announces three other volumes to complete this history which were, however, never published.From the Signet Library in Edinburgh. Some occasional marginal spots and a few corners with traces of old folds, otherwise in very good condition. Spine worn and some minor wear along the extremities of the boards, but the binding is otherwise good.

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      Burlington, Vt. 1808. - 48pp. Dbd. One internal leaf chipped at lower margin, not affecting text, closed tear to another leaf repaired with tape. Moderate toning and foxing. About very good. The trial account of a case of murder resultant from international smuggling in northern Vermont during the first decade of the 19th century. "The victims were two revenue agents who tried to intercept smugglers taking potash into Canada. They were shot with a gun nine feet, four inches long. Dean was sentenced to hang" - McDade. McDADE 246. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 16344.

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        Ramsgate, with a View of the new Light-House

      Published by I. & W. Macgavin, No. 107 New Bond Street, London 1808 - Coloured aquatint. Printed on wove paper. In excellent condition with the exception of a small brown mark in the lower left corner of plate. Slight creasing through center of image. Image size: 13 1/2 x 20 inches. A pretty view of Ramsgate Pier, from Philippe Loutherbourg's great work "Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain." This impressive aquatint is plate two of Phillip Jacques Loutherbourg's seminal work "Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain." This accomplished text is comprised of six large aquatint views engraved after Loutherbourg's acclaimed paintings. The work, which was first engraved in 1801 by J. C. Stadler, was later re-engraved in 1808 by J. Hill. Reminiscent of Rowlandson's superb paintings, this image depicts the stormy docks of Ramsgate pier. While a group of hardy sailors converse at ease, a party of three figures are battered by the fierce winds that beat the shoreline. The son of a court painter in Darmstadt, the versatile artist Philippe Jacques Loutherbourg was born in Fulda, Germany and was a pupil of J. H. Tischbein and Carle Vanloo and Francis Casanova the elder in Paris. His romantic landscapes, battle scenes, portraits, and biblical subjects were highly esteemed and lauded by influential colleagues such as Diderot. He frequently exhibited at the Salon and became a venerated member of the Académie Royale in 1767. In 1771, he moved to England, where he was employed as the principal scenery designer at London's Drury Lane Theatre. His creative and minutely detailed sets revolutionized the genre of scene painting, and he soon began dabbling in costume design. Loutherbourg once again astounded contemporaries in 1782 with his pioneering invention of the "Eidophusikon," a novel variety of moving panorama that was accompanied by music. His substantial and varied oeuvre also included book illustrations and a series of aquatints of British scenery that was published in 1801 and 1805. Aside from a brief trip to Switzerland in 1782, he remained in London for the duration of his life and became heavily engrossed in mysticism. Abbey, Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland, in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 , no.6, plate 2.

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        The Compleat Angler (or Contemplative Man's Recreation)

      Printed for Samuel Bagster, in the Strand, London 1808 - vi+ [7]+7-512 pages p. With owners bookplate. ( With 15 plates of which 9 with contemporary handcoloring, 17 small fish in text), 2 musical engravings, 2 woodcuts. Bound in a contemporary full polished calf with raised bands and golddecoration and titellabel with goldprint Goldbordure on boards, with some surfacewear Small tear between spine and frontboard at top, aoo 2 cm. Bound by Bizer The Seventh edition. With Improvements and additions both of matter and Plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London. 1808. - 48pp. Contemporary stiff marbled wrappers, detached. Internally clean. Very good. An address by the Bishop of London - also the President of the Society for the Conversion and Religious Instruction and Education of the Negro Slaves in the British West India Islands - calling for the introduction of Christianity and education among the slaves. A controversial topic at the time. Rare, with only three copies listed in OCLC - at the Clements Library, the National Library of Scotland, and the National Library of Jamaica. SABIN 64327. HEARTMAN 120:1571. OCLC 166605785, 877398247, 880742600.

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        The Theory of Moral Sentiments, or, an Essay towards an analysis .

      Lackington,Allen & Co.Vernor, Hood & Sharpe and Craddock & Joy London, Edinburgh and London 1808 - An Essay towards an analysis of the principles by which men naturally judge concerning the conduct and character, first of their neighbors, and afterwards of themselves. To which is added, a dissertation on the origin of languages. The Eleventh edition, in two volumes, Edinburgh: Printed for Bell and Bradfute, W. Laing, and Mundell, Doig & Stevenson, Edingburgh:- Lackington,Allen & Co; Vernor,Hood & Sharpe; and Craddock & Joy,London, 1808. 2 vols.,8vo.,pp.viii,(466),vi,448, including 10pp.advertisments of Mundell,Doig & Stevenson; ownership inscription vertically accross title in both copies,otherwise a clean, fresh copy, uncut in original boards, spines lettered in ink,joints very lightly rubbed. One of two editions calling itself the elventh, the other was published in London in 1812. Not in Vanderblue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ueber Papier und einige andere Gegenstände der Technologie und Industrie.

      Duisburg u. Essen, Bädeker u. Kürzel, 1808. - Kl. 8vo (ca. 17,4x10,5 cm), marmorierter Pappeinband der Zeit, mit 9 teils kolorierten Original-Papierproben auf 4 Tafeln. Es fehlt eine Kupfertafeln. Der Einband etwas berieben, die Ecken leichter gestaucht, innen durchgehend stärker gebräunt, die Vorsätze erneuert. Selten! Der Papierfabrikant Johann Adolph Engels (1767, Kettwig - 1828, Essen-Werden) eröffnete 1791 mit seinen 3 Brüdern ein Schreibmaterialgeschäft in Hohenlimburg bei Hagen, mit dem er bald den Betrieb einer Papiermühle bei Hagen verband. 1797 beteiligte er sich an der Papiermühle Nümbiecht bei Siegburg, 1799 pachtete er vom Abt von Werden die Papiermühle Holsterhausen bei Werden unter der Firma H. W. W. Söhne. Er stellte dort außer Schreibpapier zunächst grünes Konzept- oder Druckpapier her, dessen Farbe bereits dem Stoff- oder Lumpenbrei zugesetzt wurde. Dann versuchte er unermüdlich, wasserdichtes und feuerfestes Papier zu erzeugen. Als erster deutscher Papiermacher stellte er vor Rost schützendes Packpapier, das früher von England und Holland kam, aus alten Schiffstauen her und erhielt darauf ein großherzoglich bergisches Patent. Die Kontinentalsperre hob den Absatz. 1810 entschloß sich E., sein Werk Holsterhausen ganz auf die Herstellung von rostschützendem Packpapier einzurichten, das vorzugsweise von den Solinger Stahlfabrikanten abgenommen wurde. Daneben war er 1810-22 Mitpächter der Papiermühlen Sodingen und Strünkede bei Herne. 1817 trat Johann Wülfing von der Scheidlingsmühle bei Düsseldorf als Teilhaber in seine Firma ein, die sich nun günstig weiterentwickelte. NDB 4 (1959).

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      Dublin, 1808. Pamphlet, 1808, 8vo, 190 x 115 mm, 7½ x 4½ inches, 12 pages including the title page, 8 leaves of blank paper at rear as padding, rebound in modern quarter dark brown calf, marbled boards, new black endpapers. Title page dusty and laid down to repair outer margin (30 mm) no loss of text, A2r has 3 old ink lines in box shape to top margin which have bled through slightly to verso and some small traces of glue to top margin due to removal of label, outer margins of all pages slightly trimmed, no loss of text, 1 leaf has short diagonal closed tear neatly repaired at inner margin, not affecting text, last leaf dusty with neat old ink name in lower margin. Good copy of a rare item. No copy on Copac or WorldCat. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Peacock at Home. A Sequel to the Butterfly's Ball. Written by a Lady and Illustrated with Elegant Engravings.

      J.Harris 1808 - J.Harris Successor to E.Newberry. 1808 -18mo. (123 x 105mm) 16pp. Bound in original decorative printed card wrappers with the date of 1808 in the lower margin of the wrapper and six of Harris imprints advertised on rear wrapper. Illustrated with six hand coloured full page copper engravings after Mulready, printed on one side only. Cover very worn, some light foxing throughout, most corners have old folds, cover and frontis are missing a small piece of the lower corner and most pages have overall light folds/creasing through handling. A good copy only. This poem was first published with four illustrations by William Mulready, this second issue adds two new engravings. The Butterfly’s Ball was written by William Roscoe. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Dublin, 1808.. Pamphlet, 1808, 8vo, 190 x 115 mm, 7½ x 4½ inches, 12 pages including the title page, 8 leaves of blank paper at rear as padding, rebound in modern quarter dark brown calf, marbled boards, new black endpapers. Title page dusty and laid down to repair outer margin (30 mm) no loss of text, A2r has 3 old ink lines in box shape to top margin which have bled through slightly to verso and some small traces of glue to top margin due to removal of label, outer margins of all pages slightly trimmed, no loss of text, 1 leaf has short diagonal closed tear neatly repaired at inner margin, not affecting text, last leaf dusty with neat old ink name in lower margin. Good copy of a rare item. No copy on Copac or WorldCat. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A View of the Nervous Temperament

      Wright, Goodenow & Stockwell, Troy, N.Y. 1808 - First American edition (First was printed in Newcastle the preceding year). 338, [1]pp. 1 vols. 12mo. First Psychiatric Book Published in America. This first American edition reprints the text from the second British edition. Trotter was a Scottish naval surgeon, who wrote the first medical treatise on alcoholism, which he considered a menatl disease. Hunter & Macalpine p. 588; Austin 1929. Not in Waller Polished contemporary American calf. A very pretty copy First American edition (First was printed in Newcastle the preceding year).

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      Mathew Carey, Philadelphia 1808 - 4to., 1080, 72 pages; G; bound in contemporary brown leather, paneled spine with faded gilt lettering; cracking on spine; chipping to head and tail of spine, rubbing to boards, corners, edges; age-toning and foxing to the interior; with 31 engraved plates and maps, plate opposed page 922 has had most of the margins removed, but the image is intact, lacking half of the frontispiece plate; bookplate and library discard stamp on front pastedown, no other library markings; first title page reads 1804, others read 1808; A study bible, made specifically with notes, maps, extra texts, and indices to enable the reader to more easily cross-reference and build context.; shelved case 4. Dupont. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Colleçao dos decretos, etc., desde 22 out. 1807.

      Lisbonne, Impressao Imperial e real, 1807-1808, - 146 pièces en un vol. in-4, pagination multiple, demi-chevrette prune, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, coins en vélin (rel. de la Restauration). Un coin inférieur abîmé. Exceptionnel et rarissime recueil de pièces officielles couvrant la totalité de la première invasion française en Portugal. La première pièce émane du Régent de Portugal (le futur Jean VI, 1767-1826, exerçant alors le pouvoir au nom de sa mère Marie Ière, tombée en démence) : datée du 22 octobre 1807, c'est-à-dire du jour même de la convention secrète entre Lisbonne et Londres prévoyant le transfert de la famille royale au Brésil en cas d'invasion française, elle ferme les ports du pays aux navires britanniques, en vue de ménager les exigences françaises. D'autres pièces (3, 4, 5) témoignent de la politique de bascule du Régent qui continue d'affirmer sa volonté de neutralité dans le conflit, jusqu'à l'extrémité (les deux dernières sont des 26 et 27 novembre 1807, alors que le départ de l'escadre royale pour le Brésil, préparé de longue date, est du 29 novembre). Certaines, peu nombreuses, émanent de personnalités ecclésiastiques : le cardinal patriarche de Lisbonne (José II de Mendoça Valdereis - 1725-1818 -, pièce 24) ; José Maria de Mello, Inquisiteur général (pièce 45) ; elles sont complétées par deux éphémères règlements français, la pièce 128 (sur la résidence) et la pièce 129 (sur les immunités ecclésiastiques). Mais toutes les autres sont signées ou émanent de Jean-Andoche Junot (1771-1813). Le futur duc d'Abrantès, alors gouverneur de Paris, avait été choisi par Napoléon pour commander une force expéditionnaire destinée à envahir le Portugal. Parmi les plus notables, il faut signaler : 1. La proclamation initiale du 17 novembre 1807 (pièce 2, 3 pp., texte bilingue) indiquant (naïvement) aux Portugais les raisons de l'invasion : "Habitans du Royaume de Portugal. Une armée française va entrer sur votre territoire. Elle vient pour vous soustraire à la domination anglaise, et elle fait des marches forcées pour éviter à votre belle ville de Lisbonne le sort de Copenhague ."). 2. La proclamation du 30 novembre 1807 (pièce 6, 2 pp., texte bilingue), donnée juste après le départ de la Cour pour le Brésil : "Habitans de Lisbonne, mon armée va entrer dans vos murs. Elle y venait pour sauver votre port et votre Prince, de l'influence de l'Angleterre. mais ce Prince, si respectable par ses vertus, s'est laissé entraîner aux conseils de quelques méchans qui l'entouraient, et il est allé se jetter dans les bras de ses ennemis.") 3. La nomination de l'ancien consul Francisco Antonio Herman comme commissaire général à la Régence et administrateur des finances (pièces 9 et 10). 4. La liste des personnes réquisitionnées pour une contribution extraordinaire (pièce 14, 6 pp.). 5. La proclamation du 1er février 1808 (pièce 72, 2 pp., texte bilingue, avec le décret annexe, pièce 73) sur la déchéance de la maison de Bragance prononcée par Napoléon ("Habitans du royaume de Portugal, Le Prince du Brésil en abandonnant le Portugal, a renoncé à tous ses droits à la souveraineté de ce royaume. La Maison de Bragance a cessé de régner sur le Portugal. L'Empereur Napoléon veut que ce beau pays soit administré et gouverné tout entier en son nom, et par le général en chef de son armée") 6. Le décret impérial décrété à Milan le 23 décembre 1807 sur la contribution extraordinaire de guerre de 100 millions de francs demandée au Portugal (pièce 76, 4 pp., texte bilingue). 7. Le décret du 8 avril 1808 établissant un tribunal spécial pour juger les délits attentatoires à la sécurité publique (pièce 114, 4 pp., texte bilingue, avec les règlements de police annexes, pièces 115 et 116). 8. L'ordre du jour du 11 juin 1808 (pièces 131 & 132, 2 pp., texte bilingue) contre le général Bélesta et ses entreprises à Porto (première révolte sur le territoire portugais, initiée par un général espagnol). 9. La proclamation du 26 juin 1808 (pièce 137, 3 pp., texte bilingue) sur la généralisation de l'ins

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      presso Frat. Vallardi. Celebre pianta di Milano disegnata dal Pinchetti, suddivisa in 21 riquadri e montata su tela, delle dimensioni di cm. 83,2 x 58. Titolo entro rettangolo, in alto dell'incisione, che contiene anche i rimandi delle "Fabbriche Pubbliche" da I a XXXIII e delle chiese da 1 a 69. In basso della pianta a sin., entro cartella simulante una lapide, rimandi ai "Luoghi di Educaz." ed ai "Luoghi Pii", da 70 a 83 ed ai quartieri della Guardia Nazionale. In basso della cartella: "Pinchetti" 1808. Sotto la pianta a des.: "Giuseppe Caniani incise in Milano". In calce elenco delle strade. Rispetto alla pianta del Pinchetti del 1801 - al posto del Foro Bonaparte rappresentato come eseguito (progetto Antolini) - è qui disegnato il Castello (ossia caserma) coi dintorni sistemati a boschetti e la Piazza d'Armi. Inoltre vi è tenuto conto delle nuove denominazioni stradali. Così Arrigoni "Milano nelle vecchie stampe",II,1446. La pianta è contenuta in un astuccio mod. (cm. 20x13) ed è molto ben conservata.

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