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        Petrificata Derbiensia; or, Figures and Descriptions Collected in Derbyshire

      Wigan: Printed by D. Lyon, 1809. First edition, volume one [all published], 4to (240 x 185), [2], ix, [1 blank], [50 leaves, including sub-title leaf), 28, ii, iipp., with half-title, contains 54 hand-coloured engraved plates accompanied by letterpress description, a couple of references add in a neat hand, hole to blank margin of plate 31, expertly bound in a period binding of half calf over marbled boards, spine tooled in gilt, morocco title label, a handsome copy. William Martin (1767 ? 1810) was an English naturalist and palaeontologist who proposed that science should use fossils as evidence to support the study of natural history. This, his second publication, is Dedicated to Sir Joseph Banks, it describes the Carboniferous limestone and other fossils of Derbyshire, and is illustrated with his own engravings. Owing to his illness, the intended second volume, on fossils (especially plants) from coal strata, never appeared. Provenance: Neat book label of of the Geological Survey Office, Northern England. Nissen ZBI 2715; Upcott I, 143.

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        A New Elucidation of Colours...with some Observations on the Accuracy of Sir Isaac Newton.

      London: Richard Taylor and Co. 1809. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (293 x 235 mm). [4], 51 [1] pp. 7 engraved plates, of which 5 hand-coloured by the author. 20th century half calf over older marbled boards. Internally little bowned, some foxing (first and final leaves stronger), library stamps (those to plates within plate mark). Provenance: Birm Library, Birmingham. ----Babson 162; Wallis 229; Honeyman 2876. - At the beginning of the 19th century, James Sowerby (1757-1822), already known as author of books on botany, conchology and mineralogy, introduced a colour system, which he dedicated to "the great Isaac Newton." Sowerby set himself two tasks with this work: firstly, he wished to re-emphasise the significance of brightness and darkness, which after Newton had "fallen into obscurity"; and, secondly, he wanted to clarify the difference which exists between colours. Johann Heinrich Lambert had already pointed out that the colours of light and the colours of materials behave in a different way when mixed. Sowerby, in his system, assumed the existence of three basic colours: red, yellow and blue. Sowerby's text describes the optical mixtures which result when narrow and tightly packed strips of primary colour are applied to paper. The sketches included in his work exemplify the three parts which Sowerby's theory rests on and express the stabilising continuity which can exist between them. Incidentally, Sowerby's attempt to transform Newton's seven primary colours into three materially renderable basic colours attracted the attention of the English painter William Turner (the two were, in fact, acquainted). Later, in about 1820, Turner followed the painter Otto Runge in trying to assimilate the system of the three colours red, yellow and blue into a diurnal pattern (for which there is more than just one possibility, as was soon apparent). Sowerby's system originated at the same time as Thomas Young (1773-1829) submitted his theory stating that the eye generates all colours by combining only three wavelengths. This "Theory of Trichromatic Vision" is based on the primary additive colours red, green and blue (N. Silvestrini, U. Baumann & Stromer, IdeaColour, Zürich, 1994; see also Very Good.

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        Observations on madness and melancholy including practical remarks on those diseases; together with cases: and an account of the morbid appearances on dissection...The second edition considerably enlarged

      London, Printed for J. Callow, 1809, in 8°, de VIII-345pp. 3ff. de cat. éditeur, une figure à pl. page, cart. papier marbré moderne genre ancien, rares rousseurs, cachet de bibliothèque médicale. Bon exemplaire. Seconde édition très augmentée, la meilleure, de ce livre pionnier dans l'histoire de la psychiatrie anglaise. John Haslam (1764-1844) was an Apothecary at Bethlem Hospital (known as Bedlam), beeing the oldest, largest and best-known asylum for the insane. He was one of the most knowledgeable practitioners in his field, and distinguished himself in private practice by his prudent treatment of the insane. He was more careful than any of his predecessors in the investigation of mental diseases, and did some very accurate descriptions. In this second edition of his work on "insanity" he included a detailed description of a case which is one of the earliest and clearest recording of what would be later called schizophrenia. He held that melancholia and mania were two aspects of a single disease, and describes 37 illustrative cases. His observations contains his records of autopsies performed on insane patients, including what may be the first description of syphilis in the brain. Haslam's book dominated English psychiatry for a generation and was frequently cited by Dr. Pinel. ¶ Garrison-Morton n°4794 " Haslam was among the first to describe general paralysis..." - Hunter & Macalpine, p.632

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        Les élémens de géométrie traduits littéralement, et suivis d'un Traité du cercle, du cylindre, du cône et de la sphère ; de la mesure des surfaces et des solides, avec des notes ; seconde édition augmentée du 5e livre par F. Peyrard.

      Paris, chez F. Louis, 1809, in 8°, de XII-207 & 578pp., ill. de 9 planches se dépl., pl. basane racinée époque, dos lisse orné, plats frottés, tr. marbrées, bon exemplaire. Seconde édition augmentée de la célèbre traduction de référence de Peyrard. ¶ "F. Peyrard, mathématicien français, (1760/1822), traduisit les Oeuvres d'Archimède et les oeuvres d'Euclide (1814/1818) ; ces deux traductions sont regardées comme les meilleures et les plus complètes que l'on possède". (Hoefer)

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        THE VISITS OF TOMMY LOVEBOOK to his neighbouring Little Masters and Misses. Embellished with Cuts. [Price Two-pence.]

      64 pages. First leaf [frontispiece] a pastedown. Wood-engraved frontispiece and 12 woodcuts within the text all by John Bewick. Original plain yellow wrappers. 98 x 63mm. Spine a little worn with loss of paper; covers a little marked; some corners a little turned; Mrs Moon's bookplate tipped-in at rear. A very good copy of a chapbook first published by Elizabeth Newbery in 1792, and by Harris in 1804. Moon 958(3).

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        The Works.

      London: Cadell and Davies, 1809. Three volumes, octavo, aquatint frontispiece portrait; fine in contemporary sprinkled calf, spines simply ruled in gilt, red morocco lettering pieces and circular green volume labels. Fourth edition, corrected, in a restrained contemporary binding: the works of Sir Joseph Reynolds, the most influential of eighteenth-century English painters. This attractive set includes the famous Discourses of Reynolds: 'a classic of our language ... a model of art criticism' (Cambridge History of English Literature).Also included is Mason's translation of du Fresnoy's 'Art of Painting' with Reynolds's commentary, and a life of Reynolds by Edmond Malone.

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        A BRIEF GRAMMAR OF THE LAWS AND CONSTITUTION OF ENGLAND. Intended for the use of schools, and the junior students of the Law.

      xii, 150, [6 ad's] pages. Illustrated with an engraved folding frontispiece, showing The Court of King's Bench, Westminster, and a folding plan of Westminster Hall. Contemporary full untitled plain sheep. 12mo. First edition. Spine expertly restored; some browning and occasional spotting; name on endpaper; two corners torn away from the lower outer leaves, one with the loss of one letter; else a very good copy of a scarce work.

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        THE INVITED ALPHABET; or, Address of A to B; containing his Friendly Proposal for the Amusement and Instruction of Good Children. By R. R. B.

      11(12) pages; twenty-five engraved plates with text above, and one engraved plate showing the letters of the alphabet with text above, all plates hand-coloured. First edition.Bound with:(ROE, Richard.) THE ASSEMBLED ALPHABET; or, Acceptance of A's Invitation; concluding with a Glee for Three Voices. Being a Sequel to the Invited Alphabet. By R. R. B. Tabart and Co. 1809. 36, (2 music) pages; 26 engraved plates. First edition.Bound with:(ROE, Richard.) INFANTILE ERUDITION: concluding with a Glee for Three Voices. To which are added the Figure Dancers. The whole intended as a Supplement to the Invited and Assembled Alphabets. By R.R. Tabart and Co. 1810. 40 pages. Engraved frontispiece; 2 pages of music; 5 engraved plates; 2 'games.' First edition. As is usual there is an error in the page numbering between the music and page 13 - this is normal. The three titles bound together without wrappers in recent quarter red morocco gilt, over marbled boards with vellum tips.. Some browning and spotting, but a very good set of these scarce titles.

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        Outlines of Mineralogy.

      Oxford/London: Bliss, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Messrs, 1809. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 2 Volumes. Oxford: Printed by N. Bliss, for J. Parker & R. Bliss; Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme & Messrs. Rivingtons, London, 1809. 2 vols. 8vo (220x142 mm). xvii, [3], xxxix, [1], 255, [1] pp.; viii, 227 [1], 39 [1], [14: index], [2: errata],16 pp. Appendix, index, errata leaf (for both volumes) and 16 pages of publishers catalog at the end of vol. 2, recent papercard boards, pages untrimmed, very minor browning and occasional weak spotting, staining to pages 163 to 167, old inscriptions to titles verso. A fine, broad margined copy of a rare mineralogical treatise. ----Partington, History of Chemistry, 1961-70: 4, 76. Porter, Making of Geology, 1980: 144, 183, 234 & 210. The Quarterly Review: 2 (1809), no. 3, 61-74. Smith, Early Mineralogy in Great Britain, 1978: 59. Woodward, History of Geology, 1911: 45 & 66. Mineralogical Record Library (Curtis Schuh's Bibl. of Mineralogy) -FIRST EDITION. "Probably written as a companion textbook to the mineralogical lectures delivered by the author at Oxford, Outlines of Mineralogy is a derivative work that reflects the state of mineralogy during the first decade of the nineteenth century. It is principally based upon the earlier mineralogical writings of Richard Kirwan and René Just Haüy. For example, the system of classification that divides the mineral species has been lifted from Kirwan and uses the divisions of Earthy, Saline, Inflammable and Metallic Substances. An appendix handles rocks and other aggregates. The crystallographical information scattered through out is derived from Haüy" (Mineralogical Record Online Lib.). Kidd was a professor or chemistry at Oxford who also lectured on mineralogy and geology. He published two textbooks on the subject, viz. the Outlines in 1809 and A Geological Essay in 1815 (Ward & Carozzi 1254). Near Fine.

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        Der Naturfreund oder Beiträge zur Schlesischen Naturgeschichte (14. Bände). 1.ter bis 10. Jahrgang mit 52 Natur-Abbildungen nebst Bescheibungen derselben.

      Graß, Barth und Comp; Breslau 1809 (bis 1824) - Sammlerstücke in akzeptablen bis guten Zustand in 11 Bänden (= Band 1-11 + Band 13) + 3 nachträglich-gebundenen Bänden mit Natur-Abbildungen (illuminierten Kupfern) aus den Bänden entnommen. 11Hauptbände erschienen zwischen 1809 und 1824 in sehr schön marmorierten Pappbänden und goldverzierten Bünden am Buchrücken sowie mit rot-gefärbten Schnitten. Band 1-11 und Band 13 Einbände altersgemäß unterschiedlich und stellenweise sehr stark berieben, an Ecken, Kanten und Kapitalen stark bestoßen, beschädigt bzw. berieben. Bei Band 1. fehlen ca. 6-7 cm vom oberen Buchrücken und ca 1cm vom unteren Buchrücken. Ebenso Fehlstellen am Buchrücken bei den Bänden 2., 5. , 7., 9. (ca. 1 cm oben). Bei Band 1,9,11 und 13 Läsuren an der Falz. Bei allen Bänden Beschädigungen der untersten Bünde und Kapitale. Buchrücken und Rückenschild mit Goldverzierungen stärker berieben und stellenweise in gleicher Weise wie die Stehkanten mit stärkeren Randläsuren. Innen stellenweise und unterschiedlich stark altersfleckig bzw. stellenweise in gutem Zustand. Insgesamt aber textsauber und lesbarer Zustand. Abbildungsbände: (Band I/II: Vögel ; Band III/IV: Pflanzen, Band V/VI: Waldtiere & Pilze) Halbledereinbände stark berieben und an Ecken, Kanten und Kapital stärker lädiert. Buchrücken und Rückenschild mit Goldverzierungen stärker berieben und stellenweise in gleicher Weise wie die Stehkanten mit Randläsuren. Im Vor- und Nachsatz etwas altersfleckig, und mit stellenweise umfangeicheren privaten Eintragungen (Nachsatz) und Namensstempeln. Papier altersgemäß gedunkelt. Abbildungen bzw. Killuminierte Kupferstiche überwiegend in gutem Zustand, stellenweise unterschiedlichst altersfleckig und im ersten Band mit einer etwas gelocktern Seite. Überwiegend altersgemäß sauberer und schöner Zustand! 3. Abb. Bände Deutsch - Frakturschrift 6250g

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      Seven individual chapbooks bound together as one with a general title-page preceding them. All are in their original wrappers, with cuts by Bewick on the upper covers, and cuts by others on the lower. They have not been cut to a uniform size, but differ from volume to volume. The binding is of late mid to late nineteenth century half calf over cloth, with twin black labels to the spine. General title spotted; some wear to binding; bookplate; front hinge cracked; but a very good, clean set. Sets with the general title-page are very scarce.

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        THE TRUE HISTORY OF A LITTLE BOY WHO CHEATED HIMSELF: Founded on Fact By a Young Naval Officer.

      Title; 12 pages of verse; and 12 full-page hand-coloured engravings. Original printed wrappers. 12 x 12 cm. First edition. Little soiled and front cover chipped at edges; some child scribble on blank verso of plates; else a very good copy of a scarce title. Mrs. Moon 179.The story concerns a boy who steals a cake from a sleeping man, and later finds out that it was intended as a present for himself. When he tries to retrieve, he finds that it has been eaten by a ploughboy.

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        A letter from Noah Webster, Esq. of New-Haven, Connecticut, to a friend in explanation and defence of the distinguishing doctrines of the Gospel [wrapper title]. The peculiar doctrines of the Gospel... [drop title]

      New York: published by subscription...and sold at the Theological and Classical Bookstore of Williams and Whiting...J. Seymour, printer, 1809. First edition, 8vo, pp. 23, [1]; without a title page, as issued; original blue printed wrappers; one short tear and a small piece missing from the corner of the front wrapper; all else very good. "In 1808 Webster and Judge Thomas Dawes of Boston, one of his wife's brothers-in-law, discussed religion in their correspondence. Webster, on December 20, 1808, wrote a detailed letter summarizing his religious experiences and beliefs; Dawes acknowledged it on February 6, 1809, expressing rather liberal views, and on February 23 Webster wrote a long answer, which became the present text...The compiler believes this printing to have been the first separate edition" (Skeel). It was also published in the Panoplist and the Missionary Magazine United, edited by Jedidiah Morse. The verso of the front wrapper and both sides of the back wrapper contain a brief summary of the firm Williams & Whiting and publisher's advertisements. Skeel 706.

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        Ein Neues Trauer-Lied/Enthaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox...

      1809. Infanticide in Reading, Pennsylvania [Broadside]. [Murder]. [Cox, Susanna]. Ein Neues Trauer-Lied/Enthaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox Die in Reading Wegen dem Mord Ihres Kindes Hingerichtet Wurde [continued in 32 stanzas of verse, two columns divided by a single rippled line, all within a 3/4 inch wide, grape-cluster border]. [Reading, PA?], [c. 1809]. 17-1/2" x 11" broadside (top margin a little trimmed), printed German type. Folded (some small breaks along one old fold line); foxed. Still a presentable copy of an uncommon broadside. $850. * One of several broadside printings of this narrative in verse about Susanna Cox from Reading, Pennsylvania, who was hanged for the murder of her illegitimate child in 1809. OCLC records another printing in 16 stanzas, another that is smaller in size and has a double-rule between the columns and a version in English. All are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies of our version (at the American Antiquarian Society, Brown University, University of Cincinnati, Pennsylvania State University). Not in McDade, who records nothing about Susanna Cox. Shaw and Shoemaker, American Imprints 18183 (giving the date "1809?").

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        Lectures on Painting, delivered at the Royal Academy of Arts: with a letter on the proposal for a public memorial of the naval glory of Great Britain...To which are prefixed, a memoir by Mrs. Opie, and other accounts of Mr.Opie's Talents and Character.

      London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1809. Mezzotint frontispiece, one etching, eight two-color plates, vi 81 186 pp, 10 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches, gilt decorative embossed full leather binding (hardback). Staining to back cover, some marks to front cover, wear to head and tail of spine (repaired split to head), long tear to last two pages (of index), mottling to pages of some sections, light dampstaining to edges of last several pages. Fore edge painting in excellent condition. In slipcase. The two-color plates depict famous painters discussed in the text. The mezzotint is a self portrait of John Opie, engraved by S.W. Reynolds; the etching is from an oil self portrait by William Hogarth, etched by Samuel Ireland. The lovely fore-edge painting is of "The Death of Procris" after Piero di Cosimo.

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        Philosophie Zoologique, ou Exposition des Considérations Relatives à l'Histoire Naturelle des Animaux.

      Paris: Dentu, printed for the Author, 1809. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Three parts in two volumes, 8vo (199 x 125 mm). [4], [i] ii-xxv [1], [1] 2-428 pp., [4], [1] 2-475 [1] pp, including half-titles. Contemporary boards ( rebacked, rubbed), later paper dust-jackets torn and creased. Internally somewhat browned and spotted, some worming affecting upper blank margin of about 13 leaves in each volume, tiny holes in p.7/8 and 21/22 affecting a few letters, ink shelf numbers on half-titles. Provenance: D. S. Russo (ink stamp to half titles). ----PMM 262; Sparrow 121; Evans 103; Norman 1267; DSB VII, pp.590-1; Wellcome III, p.435; Garrison-Morton 216. FIRST EDITION OF LAMARCK'S MOST COMPLETE PRESENTATION OF HIS THEORY OF EVOLUTION - "a classic in the literature of evolutionary theory" (PMM). The first two parts of Philosophie zoologique restate and elaborate upon Lamarck's theory of evolution (originally posited in his Recherches sur l'organisation des corps vivans, Paris, 1802), which attributes evolution to two factors: the tendency of species toward increasing complexity, and the influence of the environment, which he considered responsible for these variations from the norm. "The third part contains the most important additions to the earlier theories. In this section Lamarck deals in great detail with the problem of a physical explanation for the emergence of higher mental facilities ... Lamarck's breakthrough was tying a progressive development of higher mental facilities in a physical way to structural development of the nervous system ... Higher mental faculties could emerge precisely because they were a product of increased structural complexity ... For Lamarck one of the most important events in the evolutionary process was the development of the nervous system, particularly the brain, because at that point animals began to form ideas and control their movements" (DSB). Very Good.

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        Theoria motus corporum coelestium in sectionibus conicis solem ambientium

      Hamburg: Friedrich Perthes und I. H. Besser, 1809. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (280 x 240 mm), xi, [1], 227, [1], 20[tables] pp., 1 engr. plate, contemp. marbled boards. Final free endpaper torn, otherwise contents bright and unfoxed. Paper over spine; corners rubbed. ----Sparrow 81; PMM 257n; Norman 879; Dibner 114n; DSB V, p.299ff. FIRST EDITION of Gauss' important work in which he developed his methods of orbit calculations and which he put to good practical use. In January 1801 G. Piazzi had briefly observed and lost a new planet. During the rest of that year the astronomers vainly tried to relocate it. In September, as his [Gauss'] Disquisitiones was coming off the press, Gauss decided to take up the challenge. To it he applied both a more accurate orbit theory (based on the ellipse rather than the circular approximation) and improved numerical methods (based on least squares). By December the task was done, and Ceres was soon found in the predicted position. This extraordinary feat of locating a tiny, distant heavenly body from seemingly insufficient information appeared to be almost superhuman, especially since Gauss did not reveal his methods. With the Disquisitiones it established his reputation as a mathematical and scientific genius of the first order. The decade that began so auspiciously with the Disquisitiones and Ceres was decisive for Gauss. (...) It ended with Theoria motus corporum coelestium in sectionibus conicis solem ambientium (1809), in which Gauss systematically developed his methods of orbit calculation, including the theory and use of least squares." (DSB). Very Good.

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        Plate XXXVIII. [Claremont, Homerton's white, Ford's black and the Genoa nectarines.] Aquatint from Pomona Britannica.

      1809. Color aquatint, plate mark 17 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches on sheet 21 1/4 x 17 inches. A few faint foxed spots in outer margins, thin line of dampstaining along lower edge well outside image, tiny area at centre where the aquatint background has been imperfectly printed, sheet has been trimmed at upper edge (still 3/4 inch margin outside the plate mark. Overall very good condition. This exquisite print is from the first, folio, edition of George Brookshaw's lavish production "Pomona Britannica; or, A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other." This magnificent work of 90 plates was published in 1812, although the plates are dated between 1804 and 1812, having been issued in parts over that period. The plates were printed in color by the aquatint process, with some stipple, and then highlighted with handcolor. This plate, number 38, is a gorgeous, richly colored image of four peaches with blossom sprigs, set off against a rich brown background.

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        Plate LII. [Black Prince.] Aquatint from Pomona Britannica.

      1809. Color aquatint, plate mark 19 1/8 x 15 1/2 inches on sheet 21 3/8 x 17 1/4 inches. Two pinholes at corners and centre of each margin (well outside plate mark), scattered foxing, most pronounced at the left and upper edges, toning to outer edges of the sheet. There is some fading to the color. This exquisite print is from the first, folio, edition of George Brookshaw's lavish production "Pomona Britannica; or, A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other." This magnificent work of 90 plates was published in 1812, although the plates are dated between 1804 and 1812, the work having been issued in parts over that period. The plates were printed in color by the aquatint process, with some stipple, and then highlighted with handcolor. In this plate an aquatint shadow provides an exceptional three dimensional quality, with aquatint border to the plate.

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      New York, 1809. [6],330pp. plus errata leaf. Contemporary half speckled calf and boards, leather label. Some foxing or light tanning, bookplates, but very good. Frontispiece portrait in facsimile. Part I consists of Henry's reminiscences of fur trading among the Indians of the upper Great Lakes region, and his escape from the massacre at Fort Michilimackinac during Pontiac's war. He was captured, however, in 1763, and his account of the captivity offers much early material on the domestic habits of the northern Indians. Part II is comprised of his travels and adventures in the Indian country. "Authentic narrative of fur-trading among Indians of the upper lakes" - Howes. HOWES H420, "b." GRAFF 1866. FIELD 686. SABIN 31383. TPL 484. AYER 129. STREETER SALE 3661. GAGNON 1652. COX II, p.180. LANDE 1224. WAGNER-CAMP 7. PEEL 18. BELL, p.328. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 17737. GREENLY, MICHIGAN 40.

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        Description de l'Egypte. Antiquités. Descriptions. Tome I complet. Première livraison

      De l'imprimerie impériale. First edition of this volume Description de l'Egypte, first delivery, part Antiquities, Descriptions. This part contains the first eight chapters separate pagination, each chapter contains a table. Good impression on strong paper cloth. Vintage Brochure and Publication pink untrimmed, wide-margined. Label title on the back. Table contents and different memories: - Description of the island of Philae, by the late Michel-Ange Lancret. - Description of Syene and cataracts, E. Jomard. - Description of the island of Elephantine, by E. Jomard. - Description of Ombos and surrounding by Chabrol, and Jomard Rozière. - Description antiques Edfu, E. Jomard. - Description of the ruins of el-Kab or Elethyia by Mr Saint Genis. - Description of Esne and its envisons by MM. DeVilliers and Jollois. Description Erment or Hermonthis by E. Jomard. All these descriptions were made in situ, and made from notes taken on the spot by the researchers. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! De l'imprimerie impériale à Paris 1809 In Folio (27x42,5cm) 60pp. ; 28pp. ; 20pp. ; 26pp. ; 38pp. ; 8pp. ; 26pp. ; 18pp. Un Vol. broché

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        Description de l'Egypte. Observations sur les arabes de l'Egypte moyenne. [Ensemble] Mémoire sur les tribus arabes des déserts de l'Egypte

      De l'Imprimerie Impériale. first editions of these two texts, excerpts from the Description de l'Egypte, Section Modern State, Volume 1, 2nd delivery. Beautiful print on rag paper fort.Cartonnage modern cream parchment. Smooth back with part of title in black sheepskin. Flat top with title tag black sheepskin. Copy uncut, all marges.Ces memories are interested in contemporary Egypt, in the early nineteenth century, and particularly to the life and customs of the Arab tribes, nomadic or sedentary. It contains particularly significant and often funny details about the habits, behavior and culture of the Arab by two eyewitnesses. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! De l'Imprimerie Impériale à Paris 1809 In Folio (27x42,5cm) 545-606p. relié

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        An Account of the Empire of Marocco and the District of Suse


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        De l'exécution dramatique considérée dans ses rapports avec le matériel de la salle et de la scène

      1809 - XXII-[2]-297-[1] pp. (avec Paris, F. Schoell, 1809, , XXII-[2]-297-[1] pp. (avec erreur de pagination entre 210 et 223), 3 pl. dépl, demi-basane, dos lisse factice, Ouvrage fort peu courant la mise en scène au théâtre. Les planches donnent des plans de théâtres antiques classiques, la coupe de l'élévation de la structure scénique de l'opéra de Paris et le plan d'un théâtre idéal. Le colonel Grobert (1757-181?) fut tout à la fois militaire, homme de lettres et inventeur. Son ouvrage sur la scénographie réunit son intérêt pour le théâtre en soit (il est notamment l'auteur d'une pièce sur la Bataille des Pyramides) et ses dispositions en mécanique - un chapitre entier est consacré au machines qui permettent la mobilité des décors. Tous les aspects de la mise en scène, du point de vue de l'ingénierie théâtrale, des décors, des costumes, de l'éclairage, du chauffage de la salle, etc. sont ici considérés avec attention. Quelques surcharges au crayon. Quérard III, p. 484. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ALS from Keswick, Dec. 5, 1809, to Ebenezer Elliott, "The Corn Law Rhymer".

      1809 62 lines over three sides of folded quarto leaf, with integral address; several old, unobtrusive folds, one small tear at inner margin repaired with archival tape, damp stain in upper inner margin, sl. affecting text.An extensive letter in which Southey writes to Elliott in response to a request for advice on his poetic endeavours. The senior poet has evidently been sent a manuscript by Elliott, and informs him it will be returned 'by coach (as a cheaper conveyance than the post from hence) ... [with] a copy of my best poem by way of ballast, just to give your papers bulk enough for security'. Southey discusses the content of the manuscript, informing Elliott 'Your plan obviates many of the faults in the Soldier's Love & adds to it some striking things'. He advises, however, that Elliott 'lay this poem by, for experience has taught me that in literary architecture it is better to build anew than to alter & repair upon an old foundation'. The subject of the poem is one that interests him, and even seems to have been one that he considered utilising himself, though a word with a sage head eventually convinced him otherwise: 'I have talked upon that story with Wordsworth, but the difficulties appeared to outweigh the advantages, splendid as they are at first sight.' As an alternative topic, Southey advises that Elliott consult Sharon Turner's History of the Anglo Saxons

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        Description de l'Egypte : THÈBES. HYPOGÉES. Peintures dessinées d'après des enveloppes de momies , Détails d'une frange et d'une toile rayée, trouvées sur des momies (A. Vol. II Pl. 59)

      Imprimerie Impériale. Original etching in plano, gouache hand at the time, untrimmed, extracted from the 'Imperial Edition' of the Description of Egypt or Series observations and research made in Egypt during the French expedition, published by orders of His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon the Great. Conducted between 1802 and 1830 and published between 1809 and 1828, she was taken in 1000 copies available to institutions. Laid paper with watermark visible transparence.Légères marginal foxing and without any harm to the engraving, otherwise excellent condition of freshness and preservation ancient and modern Egypt. The monumental first edition of the Description of Egypt in 13 volumes contained 892 colored plates of which 72, including 9 volumes involved antiquity. The other volumes dealt with the Natural History and modern Egypt as Napoleon Bonaparte had brought with him a commission of scholars from all disciplines so that, they said, in his description was stored the richest museum of universe. The work was written in part by Baron Dominique Vivant Denon, before he became DG of Napoleon in the Louvre Museum. More than 80 artists and 400 writers were hired for this huge project. The dimensions of the exceptionally large boards necessitated the creation of a special press and a specific piece of furniture to keep them ...! --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Imprimerie Impériale Paris 1809-1828 71 x 53,5 cm

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        Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, and Egypt in the years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806 (3 Volumes)

      London William Miller 1809 - FIRST EDITION One of 50 large paper copies. 3 Volumes. 4to. full calf, recased using original spines and boards. Decorative gilt borders to boards. Dark red title labels, decorative gilt and raised bands to spines. a.e.g. 496, 520 and 506pp. All three volumes illustrated with particularly fine steel engravings, 65 full-page, some folding, plus 3 vignettes. Vol. II also has a large folding chart of the Red Sea at the end, and Vol. III has a large folding geometrical Survey of Alexandria, a small folding plan, and the second part of Vol. IIs Chart of the Red Sea. Edges of folding plans and charts a little creased and worn. Occasional light foxing/offsetting but overall remarkably clean and bright internally. Engraved armorial bookplates of George Chetwynd to all inside front covers. Covers little worn and rubbed, particularly at corners, but bindings strong. Overall a VERY GOOD SET. (Shelf 4) ** Pictures available upon request, if not already displayed here.** The shop is open 7 days a week. Over 20,000 books in stock - come and browse. PayPal, credit and most debit cards welcome. Books posted worldwide. For any queries please contact us direct. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of Farces and Other Afterpieces...

      London: Longman, 1809. Seven volumes, duodecimo, each with a portrait frontispiece, contemporary half calf, gilt spines. Collection of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century popular plays, some racy and originating on the Continent. As the full title boasts, the plays were performed at the theatres Royal, Drury-Lane, Covent-Garden and Hay-Market, and printed under authority from the managers of the prompt books. Many are works by the editor, thespian and writer Elizabeth Inchbald (née Simpson 1753-1821), who was responsible for translation of the remainder. Although Elizabeth enjoyed little success as a stage actress, she became a well-established dramatist who attempted (with varying degrees of success) to use the stage as a platform for her radical and libertarian political views. Understandably, during the last decade of the eighteenth centuries, some theatre managers were unwilling to stage her plays due in the strained political climate of the time. The portrait frontispieces include Thomas and Charles Dibdin, James Cobb, John Milton and Samuel Foote. Some foxing and offsetting, last volume water stained, but very good overall.

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        Mémoire sur la cristallisation et sur les propriétés physiques de l'euclase.

      Paris, Courcier, 1809. ____ C'est René Just Hauy qui a donné le nom d'euclade à ce cristal proche du béryl. Précieux exemplaire avec un envoi manuscrit sur la couverture : "À MONSIEUR LE COMTE DE LACÉPÈDE, hommage du respectueux dévouement de l'auteur." Pages 17-19, on trouve : 'Analyse chimique de l'euclade par M. Berzelius.' Berzelius "a bien voulu examiner chimiquement ce minéral, et il en a adressé l'analyse à MM. les professeurs du Muséum." Très rare tiré à part des "Mémoires du Muséum d'histoire naturelle". Illustré par 1 planche hors-texte. DSB 6, 178. ***** René Just Haüy gave the name of euclase to this mineral. Copy inscribed to Lacépède. Very rare off-print of 'Mémoires du Muséum d'histoire naturelle'. Euclase is a beryllium aluminium hydroxide silicate mineral. It crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system and is typically massive to fibrous as well as in slender prismatic crystals. It is related to beryl and other beryllium minerals. Very rare : only one copy in OCLC, in Germany. In-4. Collation : 19 pp., 1 pl. Broché, couverture papier rose de l'époque, conservé dans une boîte de même couleur.

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        Mémoire sur les finances de l'Egypte, depuis sa conquête par le Sultan selym 1er., jusqu'à celle du général en cher Bonaparte ; par M. le Comte Estève. Mémoire sur le système d'imposition territoriale et sur l'admnistration des provinces de l'Egypte, dans les dernières années du gouvernements des Mamlouks ; par feu Michel-Ange Lancret

      De l'imprimerie impériale. First Edition of these two extracts memories of the first delivery, Modern State section of the Description of Egypt. Cardboard cream parchment modern. Piece as black sheepskin. Copy with wide margins, uncut. System of taxes and property in Egypt. Administration and internal and external business relationships. Important papers in the history of Egypt, such a study has not been done before Jamis is why the author is necessarily interested in the history and development of the country since Selym 1. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! De l'imprimerie impériale à Paris 1809 In folio (27x43cm) 299 - 398p. ; 233 - 260p. relié

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        Voyage autour du Monde, pendant les années 1790, 1791, et 1792... auquel on a joint des recherches sur les Terres Australes de Drake, et un examen critique du voyage de Roggeween...

      Paris: Courcier, 1809. Five volumes, octavo, and a quarto atlas; contemporary French quarter calf and papered boards, flat spines banded in gilt with double orange labels, a beautiful set. Fleurieu's narrative of the voyage of the Solide under the command of Etienne Marchand, the first French commercial voyage to the Northwest coast of America, and the second French circumnavigation (some twenty-five years after Bougainville's). Lada-Mocarski commends this book as "a very important and authoritative work for the history of the Northwest coast".Returning from Bengal in 1788, Marchand had come across the voyager Portlock who told him of the lucrative fur trade between the Northwest coast and China. 'The trading firm of Baux in Marseille underwrote a commercial expedition and purchased and fitted out the copper-sheathed ship Solide, which sailed in December 1790 for the Pacific via Cape Horn. At the Marquesas, Marchand took possession of two islands, Uapou and Nukuhiva (which he named Ile Baux), not knowing of Ingraham's visit on the Hope two months earlier... At the Northwest coast he obtained a large cargo of furs, sailed south to Hawaii, through the Marianas, and reached Macao... This was a successful voyage but a commercial failure. Marchand was unable to sell his furs, and upon his return to France they were impounded by a revolutionary faction and eventually perished. The firm of Baux ultimately lost two-thirds of its capital in the venture... ' (Forbes).Nevertheless, Marchand had proved that in times of peace, the French could compete successfully in the Pacific trade. As Marchand died in 1793, the work was actually written by Count Charles Pierre Fleurieu, himself an explorer. Fleurieu was much more than just an editor here: he put the narrative together from the logbooks of the ship's surgeon Claude Roblet, and Prosper Chanal, the second-in-command. Using these as a foundation he brought together what O'Reilly and Reitman describe as 'un vaste travail de compilation, où les observations géographiques, nautiques, ethnographiques et zoologiques sont confrontées avec celles des voyages espagnols (Mendaña, Quiros), hollandais (Roggeween), anglais et américains (Cook, Ingraham, Roberts, Hergest)... '. As a result the book includes a good account of discoveries along the American coast, from Cortes in 1537 to Malaspina in 1790, including records of Drake, Juan de Fuca, Cook, La Pérouse, Meares, Colnett, Portlock and Dixon. Considerable text is devoted to descriptions of natural history specimens collected en route. The final volume contains a critical analysis of Roggeveen's voyage, and the engraved charts include five of Alaska and the Northwest coast, four of Marquesan interest and one of Hawaii, while the China Sea chart contains important corrections.The book was published in two versions in Paris in 1798-1800; the octavo format version was reissued in the form offered here, with the simple substitution of a new title-page (Forbes cites a re-issue of the quarto rather than the octavo version, perhaps in error).

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        Recherches sur le mouvement des ondes.

      Paris, Didot, 1809. ____ Première édition. "Depuis longtemps j'avais cru remarquer que le mouvement des ondes se faisait sentir à des profondeurs très considérables, tandis qu'on était généralement persuadé qu'il n'agissait effectivement qu'à quelques mètres de la superficie de la mer. [...] Impatient de vérifier mes observations, [...] je me livrais à des expériences suivies, qui toutes me confirmèrent dans mon opinion." Selon Prony, les phénomènes rapportés ne peuvent s'expliquer par les principes connus de la mécanique des fluides, mais "les raisons et expériences sur lesquelles M. Bremontier appuie son opinion, sont d'un grand poids." Les observations et expériences de Bremontier ont été faites dans la rade Saint-Jean de Luz, l'embouchure de l'Adour, le port de Bordeaux... Nicolas Brémontier (1738-1809), inspecteur des Ponts-et-Chaussées, est l'auteur d'un "Mémoire sur les Dunes" des Landes, qu'il avait été chargé de fixer par des plantations de forêts. Provenance : Audouin Dollfus, astronome (ex-libris gravé) qui découvrit Janus, une lune de Saturne. Fils de l'aéronaute Charles Dollfus, il est détenteur de plusieurs records mondiaux en ballon, dont le premier vol stratosphérique en France. Bon exemplaire. *****. In-8. [210 x 145 mm] Collation : (2), VIII, 122 pp., 6 pl. dépl. h.-t. Demi-basane verte, dos orné. (Reliure de la seconde moitié du XIXe.).

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        A manual of maritime law.

      8vo., 156(8)pp., including the half-title, with some paper discolouration and old waterstaining particularly in the latter part of the book, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked and lettered, with early ownership signatures of J. Finnegan and John J. Van Allan on upper cover, and with J.J. Van Allan's signature at head of title. A complete and generally pretty good copy.Publisher: Philadelphia: published by Hopkins and Earle.Year: 1809Edition: First edition in English.

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         Oeuvres complètes de Pierre-Auguste Caron de Beaumarchais, Ecuyer, Conseiller-Secrétaire du Roi...

      Paris, Chez Léopold Collin, 1809, 7 vol. in 8°, ill. de 25 planches h. t. gravées au trait par Gautier, pl. veau porphyre époque, dos lisse très orné, pièce de t. bleue, trois coiffes sup. très lég. usées sinon bon exemplaire décoratif. Première édition collective des oeuvres de Beaumarchais, publiées sous la direction de Gudin, son secrétaire, et illustrées de gravures témoignant des premières mises en scène du Barbier de Séville, du Mariage de Figaro, d'Eugénie, de la Mère coupable, etc. "Les figures du Mariage de Figaro sont des copies de celles de Saint-Quentin de l'édition de 1785, et celles d'Eugénie sont faites d'après celles de Gravelot, pour l'édition de 1767." Contient : I-II Theâtre, III-IV Mémoires, V Epoques, VI-VII Correspondance. ¶ Brunet I, 720 - Cohen p.127 "très bien gravé par Gautier" - Quérard Fr. litt. I, 240.

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        Genera crustaceorum et insectorum, secundum ordinem naturalem in familias disposita, iconibus exemplisque, plurimis explicata. I-IV.

      Paris and Strasbourg: A. Koening, 1806-1809. Four volumes, octavo, 12 plates and 2 folding tables; in contemporary marbled paper boards with spine labels, old shelf markers to spine. First edition. Pierre André Latreille (1762-1833) had entered the Paris Museum in 1799, and became Professor of Entomology on the death of Lamarck. He went on to publish a great number of important entomological books and articles, including several relating to other French voyages to the Pacific, and contributing the volume on insects to Cuvier's revolutionary Règne Animal of 1817. A memoir of Latreille, with a portrait, was published in Sir William Jardine's Naturalist's Library for 1841.This is one of Latreille's most significant works: while Latreille praised Cuvier for having founded zoological classification on comparative anatomy, he based his own classification work primarily on the consideration of external characters. Nonetheless, as one of his successors remarked more than half a century after the appearance of the 'Genera', the work offered "such an exact exposition of the characters of the insects, arachnids, and crustaceans, and nearly always such a just appreciation of the natural affinities of these animals, that the most modern researches only added rectifications of a second order" (DSB VIII, p. 48). Moderate foxing.

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        Amalfi, Blick auf die Kathedrale.

      - Bleistift, auf Velin, rechts bezeichnet und datiert „Amalfi 16 Sept 42.". 30:23 cm. Skizzenbuchblatt. Müller war Schüler der Düsseldorfer Akademie unter K. Sohn und W. v. Schadow. Zusammen mit seinem Bruder Andreas, E. Deger (1809-1885) und F. Ittenbach (1813-1879) weilte er 1840/43 in Rom und unternahm von dort aus Studienreisen. 1844/50 war er mit denselben Künstlern an der Ausmalung der Apollinariskapelle bei Remagen beteiligt. Seit 1857 war er Professor für Historienmalerei, seit 1883-1893 leitete er stellvertretend für den anderweitig beschäftigten H. Wislicenus (1825-1899) die Düsseldorfer Akademie.

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        Storia pittorica Della Italia 6 volumes in 4

      Presso Giuseppe Remondini e Figli, Bassano 1809 - Complet 6 volumes in 4. Full contemproary vellum with brown leather gilt title labels to spines. With green silk page markers. Slight marking and rubbing to covers with light chipping to edges of title labels. Tight bindings with contents clean, fresh and bright. Italian text. 'Dal risorgimento delle Belle Arti fin presso al fine del XVIII Secolo.' IMMEDIATE DESPATCH FROM UK, ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT AIRMAIL Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SUI PRINCIPII E PROGRESSI DELLA STORIA NATURALE. Considerata in tutte le sue diramazioni, e specialmente nella fisica animastica e nella metafisica ideologica: colla storica sposizione delle nuove scoperte ed ipotesi primarie, coll'nalisi critica delle Opere più classiche di vecchii e recenti autori, e con un generale quadro comparativo dell'antica colla moderna filosofia. 1809-1811.

      Dalla Stamperia Fracasso, Sulla Riva degli Schiavolini, n°394a, 1809. Prima edizione. Opera completa in sei volumi, il quarto diviso in due parti. Cm.19,3x12,2. Pg.XXXII, 140; 280; 488; 570; 440; 422. Legature coeve in mz.pelle con piatti marmorizzati. Doppio tassello con titoli e filetti in oro ai dorsi. Il sesto volume contiene "Supplemento al saggio sui Principi e progressi della storia naturale considerata in tutte le sue diramazioni, ovvero Generale quadro comparativo della filosofia antica e moderna di Giovanni Triffon Novello già veneto avvocato. Eccellenti condizioni di conservazione. Abbastanza rara edizione originale del grande progetto editoriale del nobile kantiano Giovanni Triffon Novello (Venezia, 1737-1819), seguace di Kant. "The vast compilation by Giovanni Triffon Novello is still linked to eighteenth - century erudition and polygraphy [...]. His aim was to create a work that was no longer about the "history of human actions", but natural history, constructed, however, by using the same historiograpohical categories of "origins" and "progress ...." (Piaia / Santinello, "Models of the History of Philosophy", vol.III, "The second Enlightment and the kantian Age"). Codice libreria 129155.

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        Le Parfumeur Impérial, ou l'Art de préparer les odeurs, essences, parfums, aromates, eaux de senteur, poudres, pommades, huiles, pates, lait virginal, cosmetiques, vinaigres de proprete, savons et savonnettes, pastilles odorantes, fumigations, bains aromatiques, gants parfumes, rouge de toutes qualites, ainsi que la recette la plus moderne pour la composition de l'Eau de Cologne; suivi d'un index alphabetique des substances propres a la parfumerie

      Chez Brunot - Labbe, A Paris 1809 - In-8° (200x128mm), pp. XIV, 402, (2) di errata, legatura coeva m. pelle marrone con titolo e decori in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Timbri di privato possesso. Bell'esemplare. Edizione originale di uno dei principali trattati di profumeria del XIX secolo. The year 1809 saw the publication of Le Parfumeur Imperial by C. F. Bertrand. There was no longer a royal perfumer, but the actual substance of Bertrand's book contained material similar to that discussed by eighteenth-century handbooks, such as how to make pomades of hyacinths, roses, jonquils, and mixed flowers (pommades de pot-pourri). Bertrand also contributed to the raging controversies by suggesting his own recipe for eau de cologne. (Morris, Fragrance, p. 173). Morris, cit. Sagarin, The Science and Art of Perfumery, p. 217. Montesquiou, Pays des Aromates, n. 20. Monglond, VIII, 105. Oberlé, Fastes, 1101. Manca al Wiggishoff. Francese [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenhändig geschriebener Brief. Mit Unterschrift. 22. Sept. 1809.

      1809. 23x19 cm. (kleine Fehlstelle, aber ohne Textverlust)

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        L'imagination des femmes enceintes contribue-t-elle aux défauts corporels que les enfans apportent en venant au monde ?

      de 28 pages Paris, Didot jeune, 1809, in-4, de 28 pages, exemplaire broché, sans couverture, Unique édition de cette rare dissertation, présentée et soutenue à la Faculté de Médecine de Paris le 10 août 1809. L'auteur, originaire des Hautes-Pyrénées et chirurgien à l'hôpital militaire de Paris, s'élève contre la théorie de l'influence de l'imagination et des troubles psychiques sur les pathologies ou malformations qui touchent les nouveaux-nés. Il passe en revue les observations médicales les plus connues de l'histoire de la médecine donnant à l'imagination un rôle sur le développement du f

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        A History of New York, from the Beginning the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty ... by Diedrich Knickerbocker

      New York: Inskeep & Bradford, 1809. First edition. Folding view of New Amsterdam by Justus Danckers in vol. I. xxiii,[1],268. 1 vols. 8vo. Three quarters green morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g., by Bradstreet. others uncut. Bookplate of Robert Hoe. First edition. Folding view of New Amsterdam by Justus Danckers in vol. I. xxiii,[1],268. 1 vols. 8vo. The Robert Hoe Copy: With 2 Drawings, Uncut. With two of the four extra-illustrations recorded in the description at the Hoe sale, ink drawings entitled "Knickerbocker" and "Ten Breeches" inserted at pp. vii and 92. Described in the Hoe catalogue as the only known uncut copy. BAL 10098; Howes I-83; Sabin 35419. ROBERT HOE SALE #1800

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        Essai sur le principe de population, ou Exposé des effets passés et présens de l'action de cette cause sur le bonheur du genre humain ; suivi de quelques recherches relatives à l'espérance de guérir ou d'adoucir les maux qu'elle entraîne. Traduit de l'anglois par Pierre Prévost.

      chez J.J. Paschoud, A Genève 1809 - 3 vol. in-8 de XXIII-424-(6) pp. ; (4)-395-(3) pp. ; (4)-392 pp., demi-basane brune (reliure de l'époque). Première édition française. Publié pour la première fois en anglais en 1798, l'Essai sur le principe de Population de Malthus constitue une des oeuvres clés de la pensée économique et démographique du XIXe siècle. La pensée de Malthus naît de la réflexion sur le rapport entre le développement de la population et celui des subsistances. Très bon exemplaire. Kress, B. 5541 ; Coquelin et Guillaumin, II, 127-128.

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        An Account of The Empire of Marocco, and The District of Suse; Compiled from Miscellaneous Observations made during a long residence in, and various journies through, these countries. To which is added, An Accurate and Interesting Account of Timbuctoo, the great emporium of Central Africa. By James Grey Jackson, Esq. Illustrated with engravings.

      London: Printed for the author by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland Row, St. James's; and Sold by G. and W. Nicol, Booksellers to His Majesty, Pall-Mall. 1809 : , 1809. In contemporary dark-brown half-morocco binding, with speckled paper sides, recently restored. Five raised bands on spine with gilt outline and burgundy lettering-piece. 271x212mm. [5], vi-xvi, 287, [1] pages; signatures a-b4, B-Z4, 2A-2O4 [NN2 and NN3, pages 275-278, inserted in almost indistinguishable sympathetic facsimile]. All thirteen 'Plates, &c.' are present as called for. These include two folding maps: 'An Accurate Map of West Barbary Including Suse & Tafilelt, forming the Dominions of the Present Emperor of Marocco...' (frontispiece) and 'Map shewing the Tract across the Desert as followed by the Caravans...' (facing page 237). There 11 plates Drawn by J. G. Jackson and Engraved by J. C. Stadler, including four folding plates and two coloured plates. Minor repair in gutter margin of title-page and repair at foot of page 285/6, neither of which affects the text. Slight offset from images on facing pages in places. Some light spotting on end-papers and minimal marks of use throughout. Nicely laid out with broad margins. Crisp and clean. (Further information and photographs available on request.) .

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        Traité élémentaire de géologie

      [4]-395 pages Paris, chez Courcier, 1089 (i.e. 1809), in-8, [4]-395 pages, basane racinée de l'époque, dos lisse et fleuronné, pièce de titre noire, Édition originale peu courante, traduite la même année en anglais, de cette

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