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        Der Naturfreund oder Beiträge zur Schlesischen Naturgeschichte.

      Breslau, C.F. Barth/ A. Holäufer, 1809-1824. 4to (212 x 185mm). 11 volumes (bound in 7). With 572 beautifully handcoloured engraved plates and 1 plain plate. Contemporary boards (rubbed). A very scarce complete set of the natural history of Silesia. The last complete copy offered for sale was at Hartung & Karl, Auktion 30 (13-15 Nov. 1979). It made DM. 8000 (not including the premium). Friedrich Gottlieb Endler (1763-1830) was a well known artist and engraver. "Orn. hervorgetreten ist er als Stecher der ... kolorierten Tafeln des mit F.P. Scholz herausgegebenen Werkes 'Der Naturfreund oder...' (1809-1824), in dem zahlreiche Vögel abgebildet sind. Da er nur von ihm selber gesammelte oder frisch erhaltene Stücke darstellte, lieferte er gleichzeitig einen wichtigen faun. Beitr. Er wurde in Schles. sehr geschätzt, weil fast alle Vorlagen von dort stammen und überdies eingehend beschrieben sind" (Gebhardt pp. 83-84). "Das kulturelle Leben in Deutschland ist nie zentralisiert gewesen und wir können noch manche Stadt anführen, in der Bedeutendes auf unserem Gebiet geleistet worden ist, wie z. B. Breslau, wo der Stecher Friedrich Gottlob Endler 1809-24 seinen 'Schleschichen Naturfreund' jährlich mit 52 inhaltsreichen Kupfer herausbrachte (Nissen BBI, II p. 188). The work portrays the flora and fauna, especially the avi-fauna, of Silesia. Silesia was a part of Prussia, now Poland. All plates are finely hand-coloured.//Nissen ZBI, 1290.

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        The Town of Abha in Abyssinia

      William Miller, London 1809 - Image Size : 460x600 (mm), 18.125x23.625 (Inches), Platemark Size : 480x650 (mm), 18.875x25.625 (Inches), Paper Size : 510x720 (mm), 20.125x28.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, Aquatint

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      - Décima sexta impresión. Madrid en la Imp. de Joseph Doblado, 1809, 11x16, 4 hojas, 480p. Enc. pergamino de época. (3344).

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        Theil von der Neumark

      Kupferstich entstanden unter der Leitung von Friedrich Wilhelm Streit und anderen beim Geographischen Institut Weimar 1809. 34x45 cm. Sect. 52. Maßst. ca. 1:175.000 - Engelmann, Geogr. S. 439 - Lex. Gesch. Kartogr. S. 259 - Tooley 2 IV, S. 225 - Der ehem. Kreis Oststernberg mit den Orten Zielenzig / Sulecin, Königswalde / Lubniewice, Liebenau / Lubrza, Schwiebus / Swiebodzin, Sternberg / Torzym

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        Voyages d'un Naturaliste, et ses observations. Faites sur les trois règnes de la Nature, dans plusieurs ports de mer français, en Espagne, au continent de l'Amerique septentrionale, à Saint-Yago de Cuba, et à St.-Domingue, où l'Auteur devenu le prisonnier de 40,000 Noirs révoltés, et par suite mis en liberté par une colonne de l'armée française, donne des détails circonstanciés sur l'expédition du général Leclerc. Dédiés à ... le Comte de Lacépède.

      Paris, Dufart, 1809. 3 volumes. 8vo (220 x 135mm). pp. lxiv, 17-365; (4), 470; x, 11-476, with 43 stipple engraved plates (including frontispieces and 2 engraved plates of music) and 11 folding (some printed on both sides) tables. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt decorated spines, marbled sides. A rare complete copy of a book which is often found with less plates. Wood quotes a copy with 17, Sabin with 20 and Leclerc with 22 plates. Stafleu 1390 listing a copy with 34 plates informs as follows: 'Number of plates (of the third volume) varies'. Michel Étienne Descourtilz (1775-1836) was a French physician, naturalist and traveller. "Following his marriage to the daughter of Rossignol-Desdunes, who had plantations in Artibonite, he went to Saint-Domingue (Haiti) in 1798, on the way visiting Charleston, South Carolina, and Santiago de Cuba. Descourtilz became involved in the Negro revolution and, in spite of the protection of Toussaint L'Ouverture was nearly executed by Dessalines... but in 1803 escaped and sailed to Cádiz... Most of his original drawings and manuscripts, as well as his herbarium, were burned in Haiti; and in writing his books he had to rely on the works of Plumier, Joseph Surian, Alexandre Poiteau, and Turpin. His zoological contributions, particularly those on the caiman, were highly praised" (DSB). Descourtilz is better known for his 'Flore Pittoresque et Médicale des Antilles'. Many plates show zoological matter such as shells, fishes, an octopus, crocodiles, insects as well as plants, exotic fruit and sceneries. An uncut copy, signed by Descourtilz on verso of first title. //Stafleu & Cowan 1390.

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        Plantes Usuelles, Indigènes et Exotiques, dessinées et coloriées d'après nature, avec la description de leurs caractères distinctifs et de leurs propriétés médicales. Seconde édition.

      Paris, chez l'auteur & Hocquart, 1809. 2 volumes. 4to (255 x 190mm). pp. (4), viii, 266; (4), 278, (1, errata) with 133 finely handcoloured engraved plates including the frontispiece. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt decorated spines, green paper covered sides with gilt border. An attractive French illustrated work on medical and useful plants. Joseph Roques born in Valence made his studies at the University of Montpellier and later moved to Paris were he soon got the reputation of an eminent botanist. The plates are meticulously hand-coloured and there are 4 plants shown on each plate. "Nous ne parlons point de Simon Pauli, de Chomel et autres compilateurs plus modernes, mais aussi peu estimés, qui, sur la foi des Anciens, ont répandu dans leurs écrits les fables les plus absurdes et les erreurs les plus dangereuses. Nous avons cru faire une chose utile, en publiant un nouveau travail sur les Plantes médicinales" (Discours préliminaire p. v). The work replaced the popular but outdated work of de Chomel.//Nissen BBI, 1674; Stafleu & Cowan 9496.

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        The Plantain Tree in the Island of Cracatoa.

      Boydell, 1809 (1820), London: - A scene on Krakatoa, most notable for its depiction of the lush vegetation on the island. This view was done towards the end of the voyage, when Webber varied his subjects from the standardized depictions that illustrated Cook's 3rd Voyage. "More than ever now Webber recorded the botanical production of the tropics, depicting many markedly different plants in the same view. This new bent may be noted in "The Plantain Tree". and "A Fan Palm". Both drawings are remarkable for the density and plastic handling of the organic forms. These slices of exuberant nature differ from all of Webber's previous work. Particularly in "A Fan Palm" Webber heralds a new approach to landscape, in which no longer an extended view is unrolled and distance measured by natural components such as lakes, hills, rocks and mountains. In closing the background and renouncing open vistas, Webber presents us with a close-up of impenetrable thickness of stems, leaves and branches. Entangled in this luxurious natural growth, the eye confronts little spatial recession, as had been the ruling convention. Proceeding from a new interest in the depiction of exotic plants Webber breaks away from the traditional forms of landscape, in which fore-, middle- and background must play their role. In fact in drawings like "A Fan Palm" the traditional components of the eighteenth- century idea of the picturesque have become obsolete." (Joppein & Smith, "The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages", Yale UP, 1998, vol. 3 text, p150-1). The view was published in John Webber's "Views in the South Seas", which has been called "the most striking publication resulting from Cook's expeditions". (Parsons Collection 136). London. Pubd. April 1, 1809 by Boydell & Compy. No. 90 Cheapside. Vide Cook's Last Voy. Vol. III Ch. 10. Impression mark 318 x 413 mm, on paper 500 x 360 mm. Colored aquatint in very good condition with accompanying letterpress (a sml. marginal nick). The text is drawn from the published account of the voyage. Both are watermarked J. Whatman 1820. Joppien & Smith 3.414b.

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      Boston. 1809. - 126pp. Original blue paper covers with no spine, likely as issued. Light dampstaining and soiling. Still, very good. In a slipcase. Inaugural addresses of Jefferson and James Madison, issued on the occasion of Madison's election to the presidency, together with several other messages to Congress. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 18909.

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        Des Systèmes d'économie politique, de leurs inconvéniens, de leurs avantages, et de la doctrine la plus favorable aux progrès de la richesse des nations.

      Paris, Xrouet, Déterville, Lenormant, Petit 1809 - 2 vol. in-8, [4]-XXXII-381 et [4]-408 pp., brochés sous couverture d'attente de papier rose. Edition originale peu commune de ce traité opposé aux perspectives malthusiennes : Ganilh y examine les diverses théories sur la formation, la circulation et la distribution de la richesse, sur le travail, la monnaie, le commerce et les colonies. Parmi les vues neuves, du moins en France, l'on soulignera la primauté accordée sur l'agriculture à l'industrie et au commerce, ce qui constitue une idée encore fort peu répandue à l'époque dans notre pays ; de même, l'opposition aux théories négatives de Herrenschwand sur l'influence des machines sur l'emploi ; encore, le rejet du monopole colonial comme inutile, voire dangereux pour la métropole. Charles Ganilh (1758-1836), avocat et économiste, avait pris une part active au coup du 18 brumaire, et fut nommé en échange membre du Tribunat le 4 nivôse an VIII. Il s'intéressa aux différentes mesures de réorganisation judiciaire, avant de s'élever contre la politique financière du Consulat, ce qui entraîna son exclusion du Tribunat lors du renouvellement de 1802. INED 1954. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        An Essay towards the Calculus of Functions Part I and II (Babbage) in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 105, 1816 Part I pp. 1-22, 23-24 and Volume 106, Part II 179-256 WITH On the Fire-Damp of Coal Mines, and on Methods of Lighting the Mines So as to Prevent Its Explosion" (Davy) & "An Account of an Invention for Giving Light in Explosive Mixtures of Fire-Damp in Coal Mines, by Consuming the Fire-Damp"(Davy) in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 106, 1816, pp. 1-22, 23-24 WITH "On the laws which regulate the polarisation of light by reflection from transparent bodies" (Brewster) in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 105, 1815, Parts I and II, pp.

      - FIRST EDITIONS of Charles Babbage's first papers as well as his most important contribution to mathematics, the calculus of functions. "The calculus of functions is undoubtedly Babbage's major mathematical invention. The subject. was taken up by [him] almost from its origin and developed by a series of ingenious generalizations" (Dubbey, The Mathematical Work of Charles Babbage, 51). Babbage's two papers formed a complete treatise on the subject; he "took a branch of mathematics barely considered by his predecessors and transformed it into a systematic calculus (ibid, 8). Babbage became interested in the subject as early as 1809 and continued to develop it during his years at Cambridge. In these two papers, Babbage presented his major ideas on the subject and on the strength of these, was elected a fellow of the Royal Society. "Babbage believed that his new scheme would serve as a generalized calculus to include all problems capable of analytical formulation, and it is possible to see here a hint of the inspiration for his concept of the Analytical Engine. "While the work on the engines and his other scientific, social and political activities caused him virtually to abandon mathematical research at the age of thirty, the calculus of functions was not taken up by other workers, and it is the aspect of Babbage's mathematical work that modern mathematicians find the most fascinating" (Dubbey 1989, 18-19). Many years later in his Passages from the Life of a Philosopher, Babbage referred to the calculus of functions as his "earliest step" and "one to which I would willingly recur if other demands on my time permitted" (Babbage 1864, 435). ALSO INCLUDED: First edition of the first announcement and description of an invention some have argued rescued the Industrial Revolution, Humphrey Davy's Safety Lamp. ALSO INCLUDED: First edition, first presentation of 'Brewster's Angle, "one of David Brewster's most important contributions to the science of physics" (Molecular Expressions Website). CONDITION & DETAILS: Philosophical Transactions Volume for the year MDCCCXV (1815) and MDCCCXVI (1816) Ex-libris bearing only a miniscule "Athenaeum Library, Liverpool" stamp and at the foot (margin) of some of the plates. Quarto. (10.5 x 8.5 inches; 263 x 408mm). [12], 446, [20]; Volume 106 [14], 366, [12]. Volume I includes 8 page index. 16 copperplate engravings; Volume II includes and 8 page index and 21 copperplate engravings. The construction of Davy's lamp is depicted in one of the plates. Full volumes, complete. Handsomely rebound in aged calf. 5 raised bands at the spine, each gilt-ruled; gilt-tooled fleur de lis at the spine. Red and black, gilt-lettered spine labels. Tightly and solidly bound. New endpapers. Occassional light toning and foxing. By any measure, near fine condition.

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        The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds / Containing His Discourses, Idlers, a Journey to Flanders and Holland, and His Commentary on Du Fresnoy's Art of Painting ; Printed from His Revised Copies, (With His Last Corrections and Additions) .: . .to Which is Prefixed an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author ; by Edmond Malone

      London : Printed For T. Cadell And W. Davies, In The Strand 1809 - Physical desc. : COMPLETE IN 3 VOLUMES. : portrait illustrated. ; 22 cm. Sig. Of James Tait to the title page. Subject: Dufresnoy, Charles-Alphonse, 1611-1668 - De arte graphica. Flanders - Description and travel. Referenced by: Hilles, F. W. The literary career of Sir Joshua Reynolds. 1936. "A chronological list of painters, from the revival of the art to the beginning of the last century" [by Thomas Gray]: v.3, p. [291]-323. Finely bound all in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt-blocked title and volume indications. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MINYEH. Vue de la ville et de la chaîne arabique, prise du couchant (E. M. Vol. I Pl. 4), planche dessinée par Dutertre, gravée par Baltard & Dequevauvilliers.

      Imprimerie Impériale 1809 - - Imprimerie Impériale, Paris 1809-1828, 70,5 x 53,5 cm. - Gravure originale in plano, non rognée, extraite de l''Edition Impériale' de la Description de l'Egypte ou Recueil des observations et recherches faites en Egypte pendant l'expédition française, publié par les ordres de Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon le Grand. Réalisée entre 1802 et 1830 et publiée entre 1809 et 1828, elle fut tirée à 1000 exemplaires offerts aux institutions. Papier vergé au filigrane 'Egypte ancienne et moderne' visible par transparence.Minyeh, aujourd'hui orthographié Minieh est une localité de la Haute-Égypte, sur la rive gauche du Nil, à 257 kilomètres au Sud du Caire. La ville actuelle occupe l'emplacement de l'antique Mounât-Khoufou (nourrice de Khéops) ; elle possède un couvent copte fameux, le Deir-el-Bakara. Non loin de là, les anciennes carrières d'Alabastrou, qui ont donné leur nom à l'albâtre.Infimes piqûres marginales n'affectant pas du tout la planche, légère décharge d'encre au dos, sinon excellent état de fraîcheur et de conservation. La monumentale première édition de la Description de l'Egypte en 13 volumes comportait 892 planches dont 72 coloriées, parmi lesquelles 9 volumes concernaient l'Antiquité. Les autres volumes traitaient de l'Histoire Naturelle et de l'Egypte moderne car Napoléon Bonaparte avait emmené avec lui une commission de savants de toutes disciplines si bien que, disait-on, dans sa description était emmagasiné 'le plus riche musée de l'Univers'. Cet ouvrage fut rédigé en partie par la baron Dominique Vivant-Denon, avant que ce dernier soit nommé directeur général du Musée Napoléon au Louvre. Plus de 80 artistes et 400 graveurs furent engagés pour ce projet titanesque. Les dimensions des planches exceptionnellement grandes nécessitèrent la création d'une presse spéciale et d'un meuble spécifique pour les conserver.! [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mechanisches Theater der Pygmäer. Mit höchster Bewilligung [.]. Der vom Blitz getroffene Atheist, oder: Il Convitato di Pietra.

      [Weimar], 14. XII. 1809. - Theaterzettel. 1 S. Folio (ca. 215:345 mm). Ankündigung für das sonst nicht nachweisbare "Mechanische Theater der Pygmäer", mit dem "Herr Verdant" aus St. Petersburg Ende 1809 in Weimar gastierte. "Ein großes Schauspiel nach dem Italienischen, geziert durch neue Decorationen, die von einem der ersten Künstler zu Moskau gemacht worden. (Alle diese Decorationen verändern sich plötzlich wie in der großen Oper zu Paris.) In diesem Stück kommt ein Sturm vor, aufs natürlichste abgebildet; eine mechanische Figur, die auf einen Leuchtturm klimmt und ihn anzündet, um die durch den Sturm zerstreuten Schiffe zu leiten; und ein Gewitter, während dem ein Schiff vom Blitz und von den Wellen verschlungen wird. Ueberdem werden Zwischenspiele der artigsten Verwandlungen, ländliche Tänze, auch ein Ballet der Furien gegeben werden, die brennende Fackeln tragen, Feuer und Flammen speyen und den Atheist in der Hölle quälen. Den Beschluß des Schauspiels macht ein prachtvoller Feuerregen mit glänzenden Sternen, durch welchen der Atheist verzehrt wird [.] Der Schauplatz ist im Stadthaus [.] Entree-Billets sind im Gasthof zur goldnen Sonne zu haben". - Braunfleckig und etwas knittrig; einige Einrisse. Zeitgenöss. hs. Numerierung "160" im Oberrand.

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        Die essbaren Schwämme des Österreichischen Kaisersstaates.

      - Wien und Triest, in Geistingers Buchhandlung, 1809. Small-8vo (190 x 110mm). pp. cxxiii, 174, with 30 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary half cloth, gilt spine. First edition of this beautifully produced work on edible fungi of Austria. Leopold Trattinnick (1764-1849) was a wealthy Austrian botanist, who published some of the great Austrian sumptuously produced works on botany. He was curator of the k.k. Hof-Naturaliencabinette from 1809-1835. The colouring of the plates is excellent. Small paper repair to title.Stafleu & Cowan 14.880. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bobtail the Property of the Rt. Honble. the Earl of Egremont

      Edward Orme, London 1809 - Line and stipple engraving, printed in colours, by Whessell (cut to edge of plate mark, mounted onto later backing sheet). A fine example of the colour-printed racing print, painted and engraved by Whessell, print number 3 from his 'Portraits of Celebrated Running Horses' series, here re-printed by Orme Whessell issued eight plates in this series between 1806 and 1808. All eight were republished by Edward Orme in 1809. "John Whessell was both an engraver and painter of some ability. Since he engraved many of his own paintings, a superior skill in the former department may have 'improved' any faults he may have had in oils. Whessell seems to have lived in London for most of his life. Principally as an engraver, but also as a painter, Whessell must have been a successful artist during his life, of which we know so little." (Lane British Racing Prints p.182) Charles Lane British Racing Prints p. 182; cf. Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.202; Siltzer p.337.

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        Remarks on Several Parts of Turkey [VOLUME 1 ONLY] Part I: Aegyptiaca or Some Account of the Antient and Modern State of Egypt, as Obtained in the Years 1801, 1802. Accompanied with Etchings, from Original Drawings Taken on the Spot by the Late Charles Hayes of the Royal Engineers.

      Printed for T. Payne, Pall Mall; and Cadell and Davies, Strand by Richard Taylor and Co., London 1809 - RARE FIRST VOLUME - Part I only, text volume. 215x285mm. X+439 pages. Marbled Hardcover with blue cloth spine and corners. Gilt lettering on spine. Cover rubbed. Cover corners bumped. Cover edges worn. Spine yellowing. Spine edges bumped. Binding visible on front inner cover and between pages 230-231. Ex-library stamp and ink inscription on title page. Three small wormholes, two from the rear inner cover and one from the front inner cover, extending into page edges. Several pages partly torn, some pages have been fixed. Pages 227-230 bottom edge torn with no damage to text, and detached from binding. Page 225/226 bottom and inner edges partly torn. Last few pages have been thoroughly fixed with tape, protective film sheets, and other measures with damage to text. There are several ink markings on several pages. Pages browning, slightly age-stained and wavy. [SUMMARY]: This remarkably rare book has suffered unfortunate age-damage due to library possession, and may require special care. It is still readable nonetheless, but is otherwise in fair but somewhat fragile condition. We have priced it according to all above-mentioned damages. PLEASE NOTE: This book's cover is very worn, loose or missing. If you'd like, we can send this book to be rebound for an extra charge. The book is in : English [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      [London: Published by Thomas Tegg, ca. 1809-10].. Seventy parts, disbound folded signatures, comprised solely of images and captions, accompanied by aquatint caption titles for volumes one and two (without wrappers). Some occasional foxing, dusting and offsetting, a few marginal smudges, but a good lot. A partial, broken run of numbers 1 - 74, lacking numbers 14, 48, and 65. The periodical is scarce; the entry in COPAC for the holding at Oxford indicates a total of 100 numbers were published, each consisting of four or more illustrations, on four panels of a folded quarto sheet. Numbers were issued in printed wrappers, which bore the title, imprint and adverts. The illustrations often present a single view replicated in outline and aquatint, and occasionally other intermediate states, suitable for instruction. Hassell produced the majority of the illustrations, but a few are after drawings by George Morland. Most of the images depict rural activities, scenery, and/or livestock; others are floral, including a couple of instances where the aquatint is colored. Some of the plates were also utilized in variant forms of the publication. Examples of the individual parts in the original printed wrappers are rare; for example, the British Art Center at Yale has only parts 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, & 10 in wrappers. OCLC: 54272639.

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        Dizionario D'ogni Mitologia E Antichita 8 Volumes Set Including 2 Supplementary Volumes

      Milano, Batelli, 1809-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 8 Volumes. Italian. Fine modern leather bindings. Gilt lettering on spine. Library bookplate on front paste downs. Numerical stamp on title pages. Clean, unmarked page with minimal tanning. Brunet, IV, 851; Graesse, V, 429. <br><br> Pagination: Vol. I: 523p., 15 pl. of which 14 are hand-colored; Vol. II: 558p., 13 pl. of which 12 are hand-colored, with one folding; Vol. III: 759p., 27 pl. of which 24 are hand-colored, with one folding; Vol. IV: 747p., 22 pl., 1 folding, of which 15 are hand-colored; Vol. V: 714p., 15 pl. of which 11 are hand-colored; Vol. VI: 856p., 24pl. of which 19 are hand-colored; Supp. I: 607p, 9 pl. of which 8 are hand-colored, with one folding; Supp. II: 660p., 46 pl. of which 45 are hand-colored, with one folding. <br><br> Felice Romani was an Italian poet and scholar of literature and mythology who wrote many librettos for the opera composers Donizetti and Bellini. Romani was considered the finest Italian librettist between Metastasio and Boito. At the University of Genoa he translated French literature and, with a colleague, prepared a six-volume dictionary of mythology and antiquities, including the history of the Celts in Italy. Romani&#39;s expertise in French and antiquity is reflected in the libretti he wrote; the majority are based on French literature and many, such as Norma, use mythological sources. <br> This volumetric work not only details the mythology of Ancient Greece and Rome but all know cultures in the world at the time between 1809-1825, spanning all continents from Okee from North American Powhatan lore to the lore of the First Emperor of China to Mitra. <br><br> This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.

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        Somerset House, In Its Original State. With the various Buildings on the Banks of the River Thames, as far as Westminster. From an Ancient Painting in Dulwich College.

      Wm. Herbert and Robt. Wilkinson, London 1809 - Engraving with original hand-coloring. This view exhibits Somerset House, previous to the alterations made by Inigo Jones, to fit it for use of Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles 1st. Adjoining it is the Savoy, and immediately behind it, the only view extant of Exeter House. Further on is Worcester House and Stairs, and Suffolk House. The Buildings in the distance are Whitehall and Westminster Abbey; opposite to which are Lambeth Church and Palace. Sheet size: 13 1/4 x 18 1/2". Inventory#: p393pmat.

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        Examen de l&#39;action de quelques vegetaux

      Paris, 1809. (1) Examen de l&#146;action de quelques végétaux, sur la moelle épinière . . . [3]- Offprint from Bulletin du Société philomathique 1 (1809). 22pp. (2) Expériences pour servir à l&#146;histoire de la transpiration pulmonaire. Offprint from Bulletin du Société philomathique 2 (1811). 3-20pp. (3) Mémoire sur les organs de l&#146;absorption chez les mammifères. Offprint from Bulletin du Société philomathique (1809). 16pp. Together 3 works in 1, 8vo. 204 x 125 mm. Quarter morocco, marbled boards in period style. Light toning, otherwise fine. First Separate Editions. Extremely rare offprints of some of Magendie&#146;s first experimental papers. The first paper, which marks the foundation of experimental pharmacology, describes the effects on the spinal cord of the Javanese plant &#147;upas tieute&#148; (of the strychnos group); the third examines the absorption of poisons in mammals. They represent the first records of attempts to administer chemical substances to living organisms in a systematic way so that the effects of similar chemical agents from different sources may be compared. Magendie reprinted the &#147;Mémoire sur les organs de l&#146;absorption&#148; in the first volume of his Journal de physiologie expérimentale (1821), noting that he had found nothing to alter in it even after the passage of eleven years since its first publication. The second paper is Magendie&#146;s memoir on the loss of water from the lungs. Olmsted, Magendie, pp. 35-47; he does not cite these offprints in his bibliography, and notes only the 1821 reprint of the &#147;Mémoire.&#148;

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        Culpeper's English physician; and complete herbal. To which are now first added upwards of one hundred additional herbs, with a display of their medicinal and occult properties, physically applied to the cure of all disorders incident to mankind. To which are annexed rules for compounding medicine according to the true system of nature: forming a complete family dispensatory and natural system of physic

      J Adlard, LONDON 1809 - A good copy of the 12th edition of Culpeper's English Physician and Complete Herbal as revised by Ebenezer Sibley. The book consists of two parts: the Herbal dated 1809, and the English Physician dated 1810. The Herbal has a frontispiece portrait of Culpeper; dedication to Thomas Dunkerly Esq, 'Provincial Grand Master'; Preface; introduction; and herbal with 29 hand coloured plates of plants - totalling 396 pages. The second book - The English Physician - has a separate title page and frontispiece and 12 further full page tinted plates of the human body. The first two are particularly finely engraved. This totals 244 pages. An index for the herbal is bound at the rear - the final leaves have been repaired with tissue and there is some text loss. The book has been rebound in half leather with marbled boards and new endpapers. The original title label has been reused. There is some water-staining to the frontispiece of the Herbal and occasional browning and spotting through both works. The colour plates vary in quality: some being very bright and clean - others with marking or light brown staining. Plate 10 has been backed with a tissue repair. Pages 133 and 244 of the Herbal have small ink marks. The page edges are uncut. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Essays and Letters on Various Political Subjects

      New York: I. Riley 1809 - Three quarter leather backed marbled boards. Gilt title on the spine. Some rubbing to the spine ends and corners and the joints are starting to crack. Internally the book is tight, usual toning to the pages for its age. Previous owner's inscription on front pastedown in period writing and the numbers "4/6" on ffep. First edition - Some of the essays in this group had been published previously; hence the reference on the title page to this edition as the second. This is, in fact, the first edition of this anthology. The notation "Gould & Van Winkle, Printers" appears on the verso of the advertisement (second) leaf. Howes W-676, Graff 4747, Sabin 105480. The following essays are included in the work: "An Argument Against Continuing the War for the Subversion of the French Government", "A Letter to the Duke of Portland, Being an Answer to the Two Letters of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke, Against Treating for Peace with the French Republic", "A Letter to the Respectable Citizens, Inhabitants of the County of Orleans; Together with Several Letters to Governor Claiborne, and other Documents Relative to the Extraordinary Measures Lately Pursued in This Territory", "Copies and Abstracts of Certain Letters and Official Documents", and "Proposals for Publishing a Digest of the Laws of Castile and the Spanish Indies." An extremely rare work that has sold three times in auction in the last 200 years. Streeter sold a copy for $550 in 1967. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORY OF BRAZIL, Comprising a Geographical Account of that Country, Together with a Narrative of the Most Remarkable Events Which Have Occurred There Since its Discovery; A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion, &c. of the Natives and Colonists; Interspersed with Remarks on the Nature of its Soil, Climate, Productions, and Foreign and Internal Commerce. To which are subjoined Cautions to New Settlers for the Preservation of Health.

      Henry Colburn,, London: 1809 - 304 pp. First edition. Decorative, green cloth; blind stamped covers; spine and boards rebacked; red morocco label gilt stamped. Binding tight; boards lightly rubbed; corners bumped; internally in very fine condition. Borba 374. Quoting the Advertisement: As the recent political changes in Europe have naturally attracted the general attention towards the New World, no apology, it is presumed, can be deemed necessary for presenting to the public the following succinct account of one of the most interesting colonies in that quarter of the globe. The jealous and illiberal policy which at all times characterized the government of Brazil, in its intercourse with foreigners, have hitherto rendered it difficult to obtain accurate information respecting the productions, trade, and commerce of this colony. The author therefore trusts that the information contained in the following sheets cannot fail to prove acceptable to the general reader, and highly interesting to every one engaged in commercial speculations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1809 - Paris, Chez J. Ant. Brosson, 1809. In-8 (133 X 206) demi-veau fauve, dos lisse orné de huit filets gras dorés, fleuron doré dans les compartiments, auteur et titre dorés, tranches jaunes mouchetées (reliure de l'époque) ; (1), faux-titre, titre, XXXII pages (préface & introduction), 496 pages, 2 tableaux dépliants et 2 planches gravées hors-texte. SECONDE EDITION, entièrement refondue et très augmentée. Elle contient deux tableaux dépliants "Régime des aliénées de la Salpêtrière" & "Table générale des aliénées de la Salpêtrière", et in fine deux planches hors-texte reproduisant douze figures gravées par Maleuvre. "La seconde édition comprend près de 200 pages nouvelles consacrées à son expérience institutionnelle à Bicêtre, et surtout à la Salpêtrière". (POSTEL & QUETEL). "Ce traité, dont la première édition [1801] est placée résolument sous le signe des lumières et de la philanthropie, procède à la description d'une entité clinique, à la codification du "traitement moral" de la folie, à l'amorce de la définition et de la glorification de l'institution asilaire, à la consécration de la psychiatrie comme discipline médicale à part entière. [.] Le traité, traduit en plusieurs langues, a été, suivant la formule consacrée, "un livre de base pour des générations d'étudiants" ; il est devenu classique et n'a pas été sans influence sur le mouvement philosophique et littéraire, notamment sur Hegel, Maine de Biran et Stendhal". (En français dans le texte, 203). "Pinel was among the first to treat the insane humanely; he dispensed with chains and placed his patients under the care of specially selected physicians. Garrison considered the above book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to the humanitarian treatment of the insane." (GARRISON & MORTON, 4922). Pinel founded the french school of psychiatry. The second french edition is very substantially enlarged by Pinel. Cerne de mouillure claire aux faux-titre, titre et premier feuillet de la préface, le tout sans gravité, sinon exemplaire en BEL ETAT, dans sa solide reliure de l'époque. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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      Brown & Merritt for Johnson & Warner, Philadelphia 1809 - Chapbook. 12mo. 16p. Illustrated with 8 full-page woodcuts not figured in the pagination. Untitled salmon sewn wrappers Rosenbach 389. RARE [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cary's New and Correct English Atlas: being A New Set Of County Maps From Actual Surveys

      Published by John Cary, London 1809 - , [iv], 14 pages, 47 hand-coloured engraved maps and 47 descriptive text pages, [12] New edition , boards rubbed, spine scuffed and with loss at head and tail, later leather corners, externally in good condition, pages and plates clean, internally in very good condition , half brown calf with marbled paper to boards Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "The life of Admiral Lord Nelson, K. B. from His Lordship&#39;s manuscripts."

      London: printed by T. Bensley for T. Cadell [et al.]. 1809. "First edition, 2 volumes, large 4to (imposed in folio), pp. vi, xv, [1], xlv, [1], 375; [2], 511; engraved frontispiece, engraved portrait, facsimile, 10 engraved plates, engraved plan of Martello Tower, Corsica, folding Plan of Battle at the Nile, Plan of Attack off Copenhagen, 2 Plans of Battle of Trafalgar, 4 engraved headpieces (by J. Landseer, J. Finden and others); contemporary diced russia, gilt lettered direct on gilt- paneled spine, rolled gilt borders, inner dentelles, etc., combed blue marbled edges; ink splatters on 2D1-2 of first volume, hinges restored, spines a little worn, but generally a very good, impressive set, clean throughout. Lowndes I, 472: ""Every Englishman ought to possess this interesting and important biography, forming a complete naval history of the last half century."""

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        Voyage sur les confins de l'Arabie et de la Palestine.

      [Paris, Buisson, 1809]. - 8vo. 137-190 pp. (With:) Mémoire pour servier a la conoissance des tribus Arabes en Syrie et dans l'Arabie Déserte et Pétrée. 281-324 pp. Modern marbled wrappers. Excerpts from vols. VII and VIII of the "Annales des voyages, de la géographie et de l'histoire". In these early 1806 reports, printed during Seetzen's ongoing expedition, Seetzen describes his travels in Syria, Jordan, Palestine, and Arabia. The Frisian-born naturalist and explorer U. J. Seetzen departed in 1802 on a thoroughly planned expedition through Asia Minor, the Arabian Peninsula and Africa. His last report is dated November 1810; he was killed near Tais in the Yemen on Sept. 8, 1811. - Clean and untrimmed. Cf. Macro, Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula, 2056. Gay 3601. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        View in Queen Charlotte's Sound, New Zealand.

      Boydell, 1809 (1820), London: - The only view of New Zealand published in John Webber's "Views in the South Seas", which has been called "the most striking publication resulting from Cook's expeditions". (Parsons Collection 136). The image is notable in that it includes the landing party from the ship, with their tents pitched on shore and various other supplies. The Maoris in the foreground have a regal bearing, and there is just a hint of tatooing on their faces. Two of their boats are quite close to shore, some men carry caught fish. The Discovery & Resolution are seen moored in the distance. London. Pubd. April 1, 1809 by Boydell & Compy. No. 90 Cheapside. Vide Cook's Last Voyage Vol. 1 Chap. 7. Impression mark 450 x 325 mm, on paper 500 x 360 mm. Colored aquatint, with vibrant color, with a few foxing spots in the sky, two dark thumbprints in the margin outside the plate marks, a small closed tear repaired and a little dusty & ruffled at the edges. The print is watermarked J. Whatman 1820, while the letterpress is watermarked C. Wilmott 1819. Joppien & Smith 3.12b.

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        Versuch über den politischen Zustand des Königreichs Neu-Spanien, enthaltend Untersuchungen über die Geographie des Landes, über seinen Flächeninhalt und seine neue politische Eintheilung, über seine allgemeine physische Beschaffenheit, über die Zahl und den sittlichen Zustand seiner Bewohner, über die Fortschritte des Ackerbaues, der Manufacturen und des Handels, über die vorgeschlagenen Canal-Verbindungen zwischen dem antillischen Meere und dem großen Ozen, über die militärische Vertheidigung der Küsten, über die Staatseinkünfte und die Masse edler Metalle, welche seit der Entdeckung von America, gegen Osten und Westen, nach dem alten Continent übergeströmt ist, 5 Bde.

      Tübingen, J. C. Gotta'sche Buchhandlung, 1809-1814,. OHLDr., Marmor. Papier, Bd. 1: [8], CLXVIII, VIII, 205 S.; Bd. 2: 278 S.; Bd. 3: 180 S., Mit einer Karte von Mexiko; Bd. 4: 430 S.; Bd. 5: 178, Mit drei Karten; 8°, Buchrücken und Deckenkanten abgerieben, Ecken leicht verbogen, Bd. 1: Wurmfraß im Vorderdeckel, gelber Buchschnitt, Bd. 1-3: manchmal mit zeitgenössischen Randbemerkungen mit Bleistift, stockfleckig, auf den Vorsätzen ausgeriebener Name des Vorbesitzers, Bd. 1: Nummer auf Vorsatz mit Tinte, ansonsten sehr guter Zustand. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. *.

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        Caledonian sketches or a tour through Scotland in 1807: to which is prefixed an explanatory address to the public upon a recent trial.

      London Mathews and Leigh 1809 - 2 Bl., XXII S., 1 Bl., 541 S. Mit 12 Aquatintatafeln (das Frontispiz gefaltet). 4° (28,5 x 23 cm). Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenfileten (Rücken unter Bewahrung des originalen Rückenschildes professionell erneuert). Erste Ausgabe. - Großzügig gedruckte Reisebeschreibung durch Schottland. Mit Ansichten von Edinburgh (gefaltet als Frontispiz), Jedburgh, Esk River, Stirling castle, Perth, Aberdeen, Inverness, Inverary castle, Dumbarton, Killin, Dunkeld und Glasgow. - John Carr (1772-1832) hatte in kurzer Folge eine ganze Reihe von erfolgreichen Reisewerken veröffentlicht und damit nicht nur Zustimmung erfahren. In der "explanatory address" des vorliegenden Werkes verteidigt er sein juristisches Vorgehen gegen die scharfe Satire auf sein 1806 veröffentlichtes Reisewerk "The stranger in Ireland". Auch die vorliegende Schottland-Beschreibung wurde kurz nach Erscheinen von Walter Scott im Quarterly Review verspottet. - Unbeschnitten. Leicht gebräunt und wenig fleckig, die Tafeln teils stockfleckig und mit Abklatsch auf den gegenüberliegenden Textseiten, vorderer Innendeckel mit Exlibris. Einband gering berieben, Rücken fachgerecht und passend erneuert. Schönes Exemplar. *Abbey, Scenery, 488. Graesse II, 54. Lowndes 377. 1800 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Letter signed ("Andere Hofer").

      Innsbruck, 18. IX. 1809. - Folio. ½ p. Concerning the military hospital at Brixen. - Beautiful and rare document of the Tyrolean Rebellion of 1809. A. Oberhofer: Weltbild eines "Helden". Andreas Hofers schriftliche Hinterlassenschaft, Innsbruck 2008, Nr. 389 (= Schlern-Schriften 342).

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        Des Feldpredigers Schmelzle Reise nach Flätz mit fortgehenden Noten; nebst der Beichte des Teufels bey einem Staatsmanne.

      Tübingen, in der J.G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung 1809.. 8°. XII, 132 S., brauner marmorierter Pappband d.Zt., umlaufender Rotschnitt, flieg. Vorsatzbl. mit altem Namenseintrag, Rücken berieben. Innen sauber u. wenig gebräunt.. Erste Ausgabe. Berend 23; Goedeke V,465,26.

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        The Reports of the Most Learned Sir Edmund Saunders, Knt. . of Several Pleadings and Cases in the Court of King's Bench, in the Time of the Reign of . King Charles the Second 1666-1672 - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London; Printed For A. Strahan 1809 - With notes and references to the pleadings and cases by John Williams. Subjects: Law reports, digests, etc. --Great Britain. Corporate Name: Great Britain. Court of King's Bench. Full contemporary analine calf, recased. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting gilt-blocked Morocco lable. An exceptional set, of presentation quality - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences during the Late American War, from its Commencement to the Year 1783.

      Dublin: Wilkinson & Courtney, 1809 - Octavo (209 × 130 mm) Contemporary half calf, marbled boards, title gilt direct to spine, compartments formed of double rules. Bookplate of George Hastings Cox, a prominent collector of Canadiana, to the front pastedown. Somewhat rubbed, upper joint just starting toward the tail, spine creased, title page soiled, light browning, else a very good copy. Letter-press order of battle. First edition. "Originally published in eleven parts" (Sabin). Lamb enlisted in the 9th regiment of foot in 1773; three years later he embarked for Canada and served initially in the operations at the siege of Quebec. Subsequently he "joined in General John Burgoyne's successful operations against Fort Ticonderoga, and was with the British army as it pursued the fleeing rebels southward to Fort Anne" (ODNB). Captured at Saratoga, he was held as a prisoner near Boston for a year, then escaped and made it to the British lines at New York. Lamb there joined the 23rd, or Royal Welch Fusiliers, and served throughout the southern campaigns until Yorktown, where he again entered captivity, and yet again escaped and made his way to New York; "He returned to England with the 23rd regiment on 5 December 1783 and was mustered out of the army a year later when peace was declared in Europe." On his return to Ireland he became a schoolmaster at the free school in White Friar's Lane, Dublin, where he remained for the rest of his life. "He undertook this work because he had seen no 'impartial detail of the more minute, but no less important occurrences of the war, which, as secret springs, actuated the public movements, and which were never any further disclosed to the world, but as comprised in the general result'" (Sabin). He was a keen observer and a careful writer, and his account is considered one of the best sources for the genuine experience of the soldiery in the war. Graves, who, like Lamb, served in the Royal Welch Fusiliers, fictionalized Lamb's services in two wartime novels, Sergeant Lamb of the Ninth (1940) and Proceed, Sergeant Lamb (1941). Howes L36; Sabin 38724 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time From the Restoration of King Charles II to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Peace at Utrecht in the reign of Queen Anne (4 Volumes complete)

      Printed for R H Evans, J Mackinlay, W Clarke and R Priestley, London 1809 - 'to which is prefixed a summary recapitulation of affairs in Church and State, from King James I to the Restoration in 1660. Together with the author's life, and some explanatory notes by the editor, his son, late one of the judges of his Majesty's Court of Common Pleas. The whole revised and corrected by him'. Bound in full leather with five raised bands, gilt titling on green title bands and gilt decoration to spine. Gilt borders to boards with blind stamped decoration; all edges marble, marbled end papers marble. Boards are lovely and bright with just minor wear to joins along spine. Gilt titling is bright. All volumes are tight and contents are very clean with just very occasional spotting. This set is still in lovely conditon. pp. lxxxiii+566 / 583 / vii+484 / 461+index.

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      S/imp. Lima, 1809 - . 20,5 cm. 1 h., 46 pág., 2 h. sin numerar (sign. A-N2). Enc. en pergamino reciente. Señal de taladro, restaurada, afectando parcialmente a la lectura en algunas páginas. * Raro impreso en Lima cuya primera edición vio la luz en Valencia un año antes (la segunda, en Madrid, es también de 1808). La proclama versa, como indica el título, "sobre el verdadero carácter de la revolucion francesa, y de su xefe Napoleon, y sobre la conducta que deben guardar todos los gobiernos en hacer causa comun con los españoles, para destruir el de una gente enemiga por sistema y necesidad de todas las instituciones sociales". El autor critica a la nación francesa y, en concreto, a Bonaparte por la invasión de España bajo la apariencia de la amistad y llama a la unión entre pueblos para defender la propiedad individual, la seguridad y la libertad personal. Sólo hemos hallado un ejemplar de esta edición en la John Carter Brown Library. No en el CCPB. Medina, J.T. Lima, 2153. revolucion francesa, guerra independencia, napoleon Història d'Europa Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Presso Luigi Perego Salvioni Stampatore del Bollettino delle Leggi, ROMA 1809 - Volumi in-8° grande 220x140 mm., 11 volumi con legatura in mezza pelle con tassello titoli e fregi in oro al dorso piatti in carta marmorizzata con angoli in pergamena, vol. 5 in mezza pergamena e vol. 11 in mezza pelle. circa 500 pagine per volume con numerose tavole ripiegate. Buono/ottimo stato con piccoli lavori di tarlo marginali su alcuni volumi, qualche leggera fioritura e macchiolina. Raccolta dei primi 137 bollettini in 13 volumi di cui 11 con splendida legatura in mezza pelle, numerose tavole pieghevoli, vari argomenti : Codice Napoleonico Civile e Penale, Economia, Decreti firmati da Napoleone, Organizzazione di Roma, Umbria e Sabina, Abolizione Tribunale dell'Inquisizione e del Sant' Offizio, Corsica, Isola d'Elba, Rgolamenti Ebrei, Dazi, Tasse, Tariffe Tabacco, Vini e molto altro . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Instruction sur les sirops et les conserves de raisins destinés à remplacer le sucre dans les principaux usages de l'économie domestique.

      Méquignon 1809 - In-8 ( 195 X 125 mm ) de XV-310 pages + 1 feuillet d'errata, demi-basane tabac à petits coins de vélin, dos lisse orné de filets dorés en place des nerfs. ( Reliure de l'époque ). Mors frottés et fendillés, quelques rousseurs. oenologie vins cuisine gastronomie confiserie patisserie

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        Arenga que pronuncio el Marques de Selva-Alegre, Presidente de la Suprema Junta Guvernativa establecida en Quito, á nombre de Nuestro Augusto Monarca el Señor Don Fernando Septimo . en la instalacion que se celebrò el dia 16 de Agosto de 1809. Señores. Que obgetos tan grandes .

      N.p. (Quito?),, (1809). - Folio broadside (30.8 x 21.3 cm.), unbound. Foldlines. Overall in very good to fine condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION [?]. Apparently unrecorded printing of a speech made at Quito on August 16, 1809, by the leader of the Suprema Junta Guvernativa. It was probably printed in Quito: the typography has a distinctly provincial look. The author exhorts his listeners to be loyal to D. Fernando VII in the face of the "usurpacion tiranica de Bonaparte."---- Not in Palau. Not in Medina, @Rio de la Plata, @Lima or @Quito. Not located in NUC. Not located in OCLC. Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      En La Imprenta De Arizpe., Mexico 1809 - "Compuesto por Don Simon Frias, Maestro de Todas Armas Examinado, Aprobado y Titulado por el Superior Gobierno de Nueva Espana". Covers are stained, edges darkened. . Corners rounded. Spine extremities are frayed with about 1/8" of the leather missing. . Previous owner's stamp noted in several places, the name having been erased, but the title "Maestro de Armas" preserved. Half-title is present. Text clean throughout. Illustrated with thirteen plates, bound at the end of the volume. Two of the plates are folding. Some peripheral spotting. Both fold-out plates have a 1" closed tear at bottom of fold without any paper loss. The plates show a variety of positions of attack and defensive counters, the fencers in period clothing. Two figures are placed on each page. The folding plates show proper foot positions. The final plate shows pads, gloves, and a sabre. [ (14), 201, (17), 13 plates, (1). The plates were signed by P. Patino and engraved by Manuel Araoz. This treatise is thought to be the earliest book on fencing with the sabre published in Mexico. We can find only two books sold at auction in the past 30 years. OCLC Worldcat lists ten libraries worldwide holding this title. Little is known of the author's life. He was a fencing master in New Spain. Thimm 108, Pardoel 989. Other citations: Leguina 65, Medina 10252, Palau 95016, and Dicc. Porrua. Size: Small Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph SadlerIn Two Volumes

      Edinburgh - Archibald Constable and Co 1809 - A remarkable compilation of the state papers from one of the most influential statesmen of the tudor period. Featuring an engraved frontispiece of Thomas Cromwell to volume one, from an original painting by Holbein, and engraved by R. Cooper. As well as a frontispiece of Mary Queen of Scots to volume two, also engraved by R. Cooper. Volume one also features four plates of signature facsimiles all dated in the late 1500's. Collated complete. Contains A Memoir of the Life of Sir Ralph Sadler, with Historical Notes by Walter Scott. Sadler was a major 16th century historical figure, and took part in important diplomatic negotiations with Scotland, the trail of Mary Queen of Scots, and served as a Secretary of State for King Henry VIII. These works contain his parliamentary orations, including a speech on succession in 1563 and one on subsidy in 1566. Complete in two volumes. Condition: Rebacked in tree calf bindings with gilt lettering to the spines. Externally, generally sound but with light wear to extremities. Internally, both are firmly bound with intermittently bright pages to volume one, and volume two being bright throughout. Occasional instances of foxing, predominantly to the first and last pages. Armorial bookplate to the front pastedown to both volumes. Off-setting to title pages, and institutional stamp to title page of volume I. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        John de Lancaster. A Novel

      London: Lackington, Allen, and Co, 1809. First edition. 3 vols., 8vo. . Contemporary calf, flat spines, black labels. Minor rubbing, lower joint of vol. I starting, else fine. Garside, Raven, & Schöwerling 1809:20

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        A NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN OF THE BRITISH ARMY IN SPAIN, commanded by his excellency. John Moore.

      Imp. Joseph Johnson. London, 1809 - . 28 cm. XII-324 pág. Ilustr. con un retrato en litografía, una vista de La Coruña en aguatinta, un mapa del puerto de La Coruña, un mapa de España y Portugal, con las posiciones militares coloreadas a mano, plegados, fuera del texto. Enc. en media piel, nervios, puntas, cortes pintados, planos rozados. Palau 180059. Primera edición. Galicia. Coruña. SIN ASIGNAR Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: First Edition]

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