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        Volgarizzamento di Palladio. Testo di lingua la prima volta tradotto

      Per Dionisio Ramanzini 1810 In 4, pp.? XIV + 300.? Esemplare su carta grande a bordi intonsi.? Vignetta xil. al f.? Rara e raffinata edizione su carta grande di questo testo classico di agricoltura della tarda latinit? scritto all'incirca ai tempi di Teodosio. ?Questo ?volgarizzamento ? invece di autore incerto sicuramente toscano e collocabile come data intorno al 1340.? Ottimo testo gi? dai vocabolaristi spogliato sopra codici a penna.?L'editore Paolo Zanotto non ha risparmiato fatica n? diligenza per darne la migliore lezione. Gamba, 699. B.IN.G. 1423, Westbury, p.168. ITA

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        TA TSING LEU LEE; being the fundamental laws, and a selection from the supplementary statutes, of the penal code of China;

      London, printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810.. originally printed and published in Pekin, ... under the sanction, and by the asuthority. of the several emperors of the Ta Tsing, or present dynasty. Translated from the Chinese, and accompanied with an appendix, consisting of authentic documents, and a few occasional notes, illustrative of the subject of the work. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1810, 4to, 295 x 230 mm, 11½ x 9 inches, pages: Frontispiece, title page, dedication to John Barrow, lxxvi, 1-582 including Appendix and Index, last page is Errata plus (2) adverts. Handsomely rebound in full calf, maroon gilt lettered label, heavily gilt decorated spine, gilt decorated borders to covers, heavy cream endpapers, housed in a plain brown slip case. Frontispiece lightly browned and foxed with a couple of small damp stains at inner edge, faint offsetting onto title page, small blind library stamp to top margin of title page, next 4 leaves and last 4 leaves, small damp stain and light foxing to fore-edge margin of pages xvii-xxiv, closed tear to margin of xlvii, neatly repaired, a few pages lightly foxed, mainly to margins, otherwise a very good clean tight sturdy copy. The Laws of China with the punishments for breaking them. This is the first book translated from Chinese into English. See: Bjorn Lowendahl, China Illustrata Nova 1777-1877, Volume 2, page 60; Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica, Volume 1 page 546-547. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        "Ansicht des Bar. Fellner'schen Schlosses in Hainburg nächst dem alten Bergschlosse - Maison de Campagne du Bar. Fellner a Hainbourg".

      Wien, Artaria, um 1810.. Bildausschnitt ca. 27,5 x 40 cm. (sauberer Erhaltungszustand).. Nicht bei Nebehay-W.- Außerordentlich seltene und prachtvoll kolorierte Ansicht des Schlosses in Hainburg, im Hintergrund die Burgruine.- Im Jahre 1757 kaufte Graf Gabriel Bethlen um 40.000 Gulden Herrschaft und Burg und lässt am Fuß des Burgberges das neue Schloss im Rokokostil erbauen. 1768 erwarb Feldzeugmeister Graf Philipp Batthyany die Herrschaft um 54.000 Gulden und vollendet den Bau des Schlosses. 1800 erwarb Graf Theodor Batthyany nach dem Tod des Feldzeugmeisters bei der 1. gerichtlichen Feilbietung das Schloss und die Herrschaft um 46.500 Gulden und verkauft sie 1803 an den Hainburger Bürgermeister Claudius Diem, der sie mit 50 Hainburger Bürgern erworben hat, um sie um 70.000 Gulden an Andreas Freiherrn von Fellner abzugeben.

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        Nouvelles fontaines érigées à Paris de l'ordre et par la munificience de N EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Chez Joubert fils et chez Bance, 1810. Fine. Chez Joubert fils et chez Bance, Paris 1810, 27,5x41,5cm, relié. - Rare first edition consists of an allegorical title engraved with the arms of Napoleon and 59 inset plates engraved on steel by Boizot, Beauvallet, Vallois under drawings of Bralle. All prints are executed with great finesse and have a scale and an aerial view at the bottom of board. The book will be released later under a different title in 1812, and with no mention of Napoleon, with a text description of Amaury Duval. Fountains of Paris, old and new In later editions, the figure will be expanded, including in 1828. Bound in black half shagreen across the nineteenth, boards handmade paper, all sprinkled edges, cap and tail frayed corners slightly rubbed. A few scattered spots on the title and slips guard. Good copy.   --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Rare édition originale constituée d'un titre allégorique gravé aux armes de Napoléon et de 59 planches hors texte gravées sur acier par Boizot, Beauvallet, Vallois d'après les dessins de Bralle. Toutes les gravures sont exécutées avec une grandes finesse et présentent une échelle et une vue aérienne en bas de planche. L'ouvrage sortira ultérieurement sous un autre titre en 1812, et sans la mention de Napoléon, avec un texte descriptif d'Amaury Duval : Les fontaines de Paris, anciennes et nouvelles. Dans les éditions postérieures, l'illustration sera élargie, notamment en 1828. Reliure en demi chagrin noir à coins du XIXe, plats de papier à la cuve, toutes tranches mouchetées, coiffe de queue élimée et coins très légèrement frottés.  Quelques rousseurs éparses sur le titre et les feuillets de garde. Bon exemplaire.  

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        Real provision en que se erige el ilustre Colegio de Abogados de este reyno de Guatemala. Monte Pio, y Academia de Derecho theórico-práctico, y en que tambien se aprueban interinamente sus estatutos

      [Guatemala]: Por D. Ignacio Beteta 4to (19.5 cm; 7.75"). [1] f., 3, [1] pp., [1] f., 33, [1], 34–62, [1] pp. (lacks the leaf with coat of arms).. 1810 Sole printing of the royal decree establishing the Colegio de Abogados in Guatemala with the interim statutes for its operation. Handsomely printed. => WorldCat and CICCLA combine to locate two copies of which one is in the U.S. Provenance: Ex-John Carter Brown Library; sold as duplicate. Original plain wrapper. Without the coat of arms leaf. Upper corners bumped/dog-eared/creased, leaves with the odd spot or big of soil; generally, a clean copy.

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        Antichi monumenti per servire all'opera intitolata l'Italia avanti il dominio dei Romani

      Firenze: Nella Stamperia Pagani 1810. 1 fold out map + Unpaginated collection of 70 copper engravings with a preface by Micali. Map detatched. ITALIAN TEXT. Engravings depict artefacts, dress, archeological sites associated with Roman history. Half vellum with marbled boards, red and green morocco labels, Bookplate on full title page covering a small repair which is probably the result of removing a library mark, boards rubbed, particularly at extremities, Vellum slightly browned and discoloured, Some plates are afflicted with minor foxing. Beautiful and striking book. . Very Good. Half Vellum. 1810. Folio.

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        A New and Familiar System of Arithmetic, for the use of Schools

      Otsego, NY: Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them and L. & I. Todd, wholesale and retail, 1810. First Edition. Pp. [1-]87, '86'-'87', 90-107.  (Toned, corners rounded, with partial loss to pagination of final leaf). 1 vols. 12mo. Original leather-backed paper-covered boards (spine chipped, small splits to joints, various repairs to covers, covers re-covered using period materials). Provenance: William H. Smith (a number of early signatures on front pastedown). First Edition. Pp. [1-]87, '86'-'87', 90-107.  (Toned, corners rounded, with partial loss to pagination of final leaf). 1 vols. 12mo. First edition and rare on the market: the title is a trifle misleading as this book is intended for the businessman as much as the student. The author makes it clear in his preface that his intention is to provide 'the information, which is necessary to transact the common business of life with facility and dispatch'. The subjects covered are, in the main, more suitable for the counting house than the school room: reduction of currencies; tare and trett [sic.]; interest; commission; brokerage; insurance; compound interest; rebate or discount; equation of payments; interest on bonds; barter; fellowship; allegation [sic.]; useful rules for mechanics, merchants, &c.; useful forms for transacting business. Samuel went on to become a prominent lawyer in New York City. AAS 286476; Sabin 90538; Shaw & Shoemaker  21409

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        Läsning i hvarjehanda.

      I-II. Skara, F. J. Leverentz, 1810. 8:o. 95,(2) + 96 s. + (HAMMARSKÖLD, LORENZO) Kritiska bref rörande herr canzli-rådet, C. G. af Leopolds samlade skrifter. Kristianstad, F. F. Cedergréen, 1810. 8:o. (2),156,(2 blanka,3) s. + HAMMARSKÖLD, L. Försök till en kritik öfver Friedrich Schiller, betraktad som poet, häfdatecknare och filosof. Sthlm, A. J. Nordström, 1808. 8:o. 84 s. Nött men trevligt samtida mörkgrönt hfrbd med guldornerad rygg, mörkröd titeletikett och oval nummerskylt. Rödstänkta snitt. Ryggen repig och skinnet ytligt nött vid ytterfalsarna. Inlagorna med bruksspår och allmänt lite småfläckiga och solkiga. En del marginalnoteringar och understrykningar i blyerts och bläck. Delvis med råkanter i nedre marginalen. En liten bläckplump på s. 45-46 i det första arbetet. Det andra arbetet delvis ouppskuret. Titelbladet till det tredje arbetet delvis loss. Ett litet hål med bokstavsförlust på s. 79. Mindre pappersförorening i yttermarginalen och en bit in i texten på s. 67 i det sista arbetet. Med Otto von Feilitzens namnteckning daterad den 23 maj 1863. Bra samlingsband.. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 384 för det första arbetet. Allt som utkom. Andra häftets titel avslutas med texten "utgifven af sällskapet Pro joco". Även detta häfte är dock utgivet av Lorenzo Hammarsköld. Han var vid denna tid livligt engagerad som publicist, inte minst sporrad av den nya tryckfrihetsförordningen och de nya strömningar inom litteraturen som började göra sig gällande i Sverige vid denna tid. Första häftet innehåller bl.a. Hammarskölds viktiga sonettcykel "Svenska skalder". Bland översättningarna återfinns "Några ord öfver resultaterne af fransosernes expedition till Egypten" (där bl.a. Åkerblads hieroglyfforskning refereras) och texter av t.ex. Goethe, Lukianos och Petrarca. I andra häftet publiceras bl.a. en omarbetad version av Lings "Kärleken" och en översättning av "Francesca och Paolo" ur Dantes "Inferno". Med sin hårda kritik av den i samtiden så högt skattade Leopold kastade sig Hammarsköld in i den litterära debatten och bröt samtidigt väg för den nya skolan

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        Prospeckt der Haupt und Residenz Stadt Bamberg nebst dem Babenberg an der Regnitz." -, Ihro Hoheit der Durchlauchtigsten Fürstin und Frau Herzogin von Bayern Maria Anna des hohen S. Elisabeth Ordens Dame etc. Kunstgönnerin.

      um 1810. - Großformatige Gesamtansicht vom Regnitzufer hinauf nach Nordwesten Richtung Dom und Michaelsberg, im Vordergrund ein Schäfer mit seiner Herde, durch die Bäume ist der Altenberg erkennbar. Altkolor. Umrissradierung von und nach C. A. Richter, in Dresden, um 1810. 51 x 67 cm. - Unter Glas im alten Berliner Goldrahmen mit Passepartout staubdicht gerahmt. Rahmung im Preis inbegriffen. Mit kräftiger schwarzer Umfassungslinie, ein kleiner Stockfleck, sonst sauber und lediglich schwach gebräunt. Das Kolorit dezent und malerisch eingesetzt. - Prachtvolle und äußerst seltene Darstellung im zeitgenössischen Rahmen! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 0

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        "Prospeckt der Haupt und Residenz Stadt Bamberg nebst dem Babenberg an der Regnitz." - Ihro Hoheit der Durchlauchtigsten Fürstin und Frau Herzogin von Bayern Maria Anna des hohen S. Elisabeth Ordens Dame etc. Kunstgönnerin.

      um 1810.. . Großformatige Gesamtansicht vom Regnitzufer hinauf nach Nordwesten Richtung Dom und Michaelsberg, im Vordergrund ein Schäfer mit seiner Herde, durch die Bäume ist der Altenberg erkennbar. Altkolor. Umrissradierung von und nach C. A. Richter, in Dresden, um 1810. 51 x 67 cm. - Unter Glas im alten Berliner Goldrahmen mit Passepartout staubdicht gerahmt. Rahmung im Preis inbegriffen. Mit kräftiger schwarzer Umfassungslinie, ein kleiner Stockfleck, sonst sauber und lediglich schwach gebräunt. Das Kolorit dezent und malerisch eingesetzt. - Prachtvolle und äußerst seltene Darstellung im zeitgenössischen Rahmen!

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        Tunbridge Wells and Its Neighbourhood Illustrated By a Series of Etchings and Historical Descriptions

      William Miller & Edmund Lloyd, London 1810 - "The pleasant and much frequented hamlet of Tunbridge Wells has become, for a long course of time, the resort of the fashionable, the refuge of the invalid, and the never failing resource of the inexhaustible tribe of listless wanderers, who seek a rescue from the ennui of a mere country retirement, when the gaities of the metropolis have ceased." x, 183pp. 31 full page plates and numerous vignettes within the texts. Size: 345x260mm [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Das Schloss Gars am Kampflusse - Le chateau de Gars sur le fleuve de Kamp, dit Kampfluss". Aus F. Runk, L. Janscha und J. Ziegler: Vues de differens Bourgs Villages et Villes de Autriche.

      Wien, Stöckl, um 1810.. Bildausschnitt ca. 25,5 x 39 cm.. Nebehay-W. 578, 53. Zu Jaschke vgl. Thieme-B. XVIII, 438 und Fuchs, Die öst. Maler des 19. Jhdts. II, 87.- Außerordentlich seltene und dezent kolorierte Ansicht von Gars am Kamp im Waldviertel. Blick auf das Schloß Gars (heute Burgruine), links die Pfarrkirche St. Gertrud. Im Vordergrund der Kamp mit einigen Wäscherinnen am Flußufer. Die Burg in Gars am Kamp wurde von den Kuenringern ausgebaut, spätere Burgherren waren unter anderem die Maissauer und Reichsgrafen von Lamberg. Das im 16. Jahrhundert erbaute große Renaissanceschloss verfiel aufgrund der Dachsteuerbelastung im 19. Jahrhundert zu einer Burgruine. Franz Jaschke "Landschaftsmaler und Radierer. Geboren im Jahre 1775 in Rosenthal in Böhmen, gestorben am 6. November 1842 in Wien. Seit dem Jahre 1794 Schüler der Wiener Akademie. Von 1807 bis 1808 begleitete er Erzherzog Ludwig auf einer Reise entlang der türkischen Grenze, 1810 Erzherzog Rainer durch die Bukowina, Galizien, Siebenbürgen und Ungarn sowie im Jahre 1816 nach Oberitalien..." (Fuchs).- In der Darstellung tlw. braunfleckig.

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        Das Brittische Besteuerungs-System, insbesondere die Einkommensteuer, dargestellt, mit Hinsicht auf die in der Preussischen Monarchie zu treffenden Einrichtungen

      Berlin, bei J.D. Sandler 1810 - Ein Band in kl. 8vo.; VIII, 276 Seiten, 3 Faltblätter mit 6 Tabellen im Anhang; Pappband der Zeit mit marmorierten Papierbezügen, etwas berieben und bestossen, goldgeprägtes rotes Rückenschild, Titel leicht stockfleckig und mit kleiner hinterlegter Fehlstelle ohne Textverlust, innen stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, sonst sauber und frisch, ein gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe. Die Untersuchung des Juristen und Historikers Friedrich von Raumer (1781-1873), die auf eine Reformierung des preußischen Steuersystems nach britischem Vorbild abzielt, "wurde mit Beifall auch an hoher und höchster Stelle aufgenommen; sie wurde unzweifelhaft zugleich die Veranlassung, daß Raumer im Mai 1810 als Rath in das Finanzministerium.berufen wurde." (ADB XXVIII, 405). Kress B 5725, Humpert 11931, Menger Sp. 301, Goldsmiths 20106 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Raccolta di prospettive...inventate da Antonio Basoli...disegnate da Francesco Cocchi...incise da diversi scuolari

      1810. BASOLI, Antonio. Raccolta di Prospettive Serie, Rustiche, E di Paesaggio, Dedicate al Merito di Alcuni Mecenati, Professori, Amatori di Belle Arti, Ed Amici...inventate da Antonio Basoli...disegnate da Francesco Cocchi...incise da diversi scuolari... Title-page with vignette followed by 102 numbered and signed etched plates. Oblong folio, 380 x 460 mm, bound in contemporary Italian quarter calf over marbled boards. Bologna: [the Author], 1810. |~||~||~||~| First Edition of this grand neo-classic view book illustrated with large oblong etched plates designed to be coloured by aspiring artists, students from the Art Academy, and art lovers. The etched plates were purposefully designed and printed "a semplice contorno" -- with simple lines -- so that individual plates could be watercoloured. An intriguing concept for artistic training, architectural and perspective instruction, and for documenting the prevailing subject matter used by contemporary artists, interior decorators and theatrical set designers. The views include imaginary cityscapes and landscapes in Italy, among which the "Gran Veglio" from Dante; prisons based on Piranesi's Carceri; American rustic cabins and indigenous Indian architectural structures; imaginary Egyptian and classical Roman buildings, plazas and interiors; Chinese and Arabian palaces, mosques and plazas; catacombs; landscape gardens; Grand Tour towns and romantic landscape views; classical ruins; Romantic rustic scenes; and numerous imaginary architectural constructs. The premise that these expansive plates would have been fully coloured is compelling. Well executed, the result could be both magnificent and inspired. The taste is completely of its time. Several etchings provide reference in the legends to theatrical and operatic performances. Many of these images certainly can be traced to the grand theatrical scenery at La Scala being designed by Alessandro Sanquirico (1777-1849). Antonio Basoli (1774-1848) was a Bolognese artist and member of the Reale Accademia di Belle Arte in Bologna, who is best known for his work in the theatre set design; he was greatly inspired by the work of Sanquirico in Milan, and some of which is recorded in his Collezione de Varie Scene Teatrali. Francesco Cocchi, who rendered Basoli's designs for this book, was his apprentice. The etchings were done by students of Basoli, Cocchi, and another professor, Francesco Rosaspina -- an art school effort in entirety. Scarce work; due to the stated intention on the title-page that this work was meant to be dismembered and the individual plates coloured, few copies seemed to have survived. Plates I, XXXIV, and XLVII on different paper stock. Rebacked with original spine laid down. PROVENANCE: Large "B" inscribed in upper outer corner of front pastedown. Berlin Katalog 4165. Brunet I, 692.

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        [K. 527]. Il Dissoluto Punito osia Il Don Giovanni Dramma giocoso in due Atti... Ridotto per il Pianoforte da C. G. Neefe. [Piano-vocal score]

      Hamburgo: Giovanni Augusto Böhme [without PN]. [ca. 1810]. Oblong folio. Contemporary half vellum with green marbled boards, decorative white cut paper label in the shape of a goblet with manuscript titling to upper. 1f. (pictorial title with vignette depicting a scene from the opera engraved by Wolf), [i] (blank), [i] (cast list and contents, grouped in four acts, in Italian but with German incipits only), 3-205 pp. Engraved. Watermark: "FCD" and fleur de lys with crown. Paper with a greenish cast. Printed text underlay in Italian and German; stage directions in German only. Musical numbers reordered and grouped in four acts. Boards slighty worn; rubbed and bumped at edges and corners; upper hinge split. Repair to small tear to lower outer corner of first page of music; one leaf dampstained. Sharp added in pencil to p. 183. A very good copy overall. . Later edition. Rare Köchel 6, p. 598. Hoboken 11, 345 and plate 181 (same watermark as present copy). Hamburg, Öffentliche Bücherhallen (municipal library). RISM M4508. Böhme published several editions of the piano-vocal score; Köchel does not distinguish among them. RISM M4509 is not credited to Neefe; the copy at the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen carries plate number 42. RISM M4510 (including Hirsch IV, 131) and the copy at the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg are also different: the credit to Neefe is lacking; the word "Pianoforte" is misspelled "Pianoforto"; the contents are arranged in the original two acts (as suggested by the title) rather than the spurious four, and one number, the duet of Zerlina and Don Ottavio, "Ach Schätzchen, lass mich laufen" (i.e., "Restate qua"; composed later) is added; also, Hirsch cites plate number 300; not in the Augsburg copy, and a pagination running to 209. The pictorial title is basically the same as that of the first edition of the full score by Breitkopf & Härtel (1801); only the line crediting the reduction and the imprint are new.

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        An amazing content letter. Hull dispels rumors of a war with France but despairs of further help for the Navy from Congress: "?we have news to day Bonaparte has Clasp't his Paw on the American Property at St. Sabastians and that he is about to Declare War against the United States"

      n.p., March 5, 1810. 7.75" x 9.75". "Autograph Letter Signed, ""I Hull,"" and ""I H,"" in the postscript, 2 pages, front and verso, 7.75"" x 9.75"", [Boston], March 5, 1810 to a fellow officer discussing rumors of a French declaration of war against the U.S., problems in securing more funding for the Navy from Congress and his correspondent's prospects for a promotion. Toned at extreme margins with minor wear, light folds, a few minor mounting remnants on second page not affecting text, else very good. Hull's letter reads in large part: ""Since writing the enclosed Letter [not present] I have been informed by the Dept. that his Services are necessary at this place for the present but when the other Ship is on[ce?] fitted out. I may Expect Either the Congress or Constellation - we have news to day Bona[parte] has Clasp't his Paw on the American Property at St. Sabastians [sic] and that he is about to Declare War against the United States. We have also a rumor that Great Britain is about to send another Minister to the United States - we are now a Long time without news from Europe that can be depended on - report Says to day that all Spain has fallen Expect Cadiz This however I think is correct?" ""Gibbon[?] has received your letter he is now at Portland, but not very pleased[?]- my Letters form Washington Express doubts whether much will be done for the Navy."" While admitting that the navy's efforts to obtain increased funding ""will find enemies in the house ?"Thank god however Randolph is not there - ""Write me soon and often and if I can send you an notions from New England you have only to command me - Letters from Malta say all our Friends are well - Admiral Keats is governor - Ball is dead. Higgins is living like a rabol[?] but has lost all his flesh from having a Pretty Wife. he lives in the Country. I understand he wishes to come to this Country - our Friends at Naples "" Hull then adds a short postscript updating his correspondent on family news and the possibility for a future promotion: ""Tell W. among his family is all well but I have not been able to se[e] them lately owing to the hole[?] he left me with - I have since a cough and fever I think you have a better chance for Promotion than you have had for many years - Bainbridge has a Cough - Capt Nicholson is not long for this country - So you may look out for better times"" According to various reports coming from Europe, Napoleon had ordered the property of all neutral ships (including U.S. vessels) at Spanish ports to be seized. These actions appeared to indicate that Bonaparte was planning to declare war against the United States?"a rumor that proved to be unfounded (""MORE SEIZURES"" The Repertory, Boston, March 6, 1810, p. 2). At the start of 1810, Hull, who was then in command of the Boston Navy Yard overseeing the repairs to the frigate Chesapeake, applied to the Navy Department for a command. To this, Secretary of the Navy Paul Hamilton responded on February 20, 1810 that he was to ""Remain at Boston for the present. Your services may be highly useful at that place in superintending the repairs of the Chesapeak,"" assuring the commodore that when a command became available, it would be granted to him (Paul Hamilton to Isaac Hull, Feb. 20, 1810, quoted in Garnder W. Allen, ed., Commodore Hull: Papers, 1929, p. 12). That spring, the Navy Department assigned Hull to the frigate President in a squadron commanded by John Rogers (commanding the Constitution). Because Rogers preferred the President, the two captains traded ships before spending the season cruising the eastern seaboard. Funding for the Navy was a perennial concern, but especially following Jefferson's two terms in office. Jefferson, never a proponent of a strong army or navy, practically mothballed many of the frigates constructed in the 1790s, preferring to use smaller gunboats for defensive purposes. However, the continual conflicts with the Barbary states of North Africa ensured that at least a few of those frigates would remain in service, so when war between the United States and Great Britain broke out in 1812, the country was not completely unprepared. We have yet to determine to which Randolph Hull refers. While Thomas Mann Randolph, Thomas Jefferson's son-in-law, had recently left Congress, another Jefferson ally, John Randolph (who remained in Congress at the time of Hull's writing), remained in the House."

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        [K. 527]. Il Dissoluto Punito osia Il Don Giovanni Dramma giocoso in due Atti... Ridotto per il Pianoforte da C. G. Neefe. [Piano-vocal score]

      Hamburgo Giovanni Augusto Böhme [without PN] [ca. 1810]. Oblong folio. Contemporary half vellum with green marbled boards, decorative white cut paper label in the shape of a goblet with manuscript titling to upper. 1f. (pictorial title with vignette depicting a scene from the opera engraved by Wolf), [i] (blank), [i] (cast list and contents, grouped in four acts, in Italian but with German incipits only), 3-205 pp. Engraved. Watermark: "FCD" and fleur de lys with crown. Paper with a greenish cast. Printed text underlay in Italian and German; stage directions in German only. Musical numbers reordered and grouped in four acts. Boards slighty worn; rubbed and bumped at edges and corners; upper hinge split. Repair to small tear to lower outer corner of first page of music; one leaf dampstained. Sharp added in pencil to p. 183. A very good copy overall.. Later edition. Rare Köchel 6, p. 598. Hoboken 11, 345 and plate 181 (same watermark as present copy). Hamburg, Öffentliche Bücherhallen (municipal library). RISM M4508. Böhme published several editions of the piano-vocal score; Köchel does not distinguish among them. RISM M4509 is not credited to Neefe; the copy at the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen carries plate number 42. RISM M4510 (including Hirsch IV, 131) and the copy at the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg are also different: the credit to Neefe is lacking; the word "Pianoforte" is misspelled "Pianoforto"; the contents are arranged in the original two acts (as suggested by the title) rather than the spurious four, and one number, the duet of Zerlina and Don Ottavio, "Ach Schätzchen, lass mich laufen" (i.e., "Restate qua"; composed later) is added; also, Hirsch cites plate number 300; not in the Augsburg copy, and a pagination running to 209. The pictorial title is basically the same as that of the first edition of the full score by Breitkopf & Härtel (1801); only the line crediting the reduction and the imprint are new.

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        A Brief Account of the Colony of Port Jackson, in New South Wales; Its Native Inhabitants, Productions, &c. &c. with An Interesting Account of The Murder of Mr. Clode, late of that settlement, as communicated by the Rev. Richard Johnstone, late Chaplain of the Colony, to Joseph Hardcastle, Esq., Treasurer of the Missionary Society

      Dublin: for the author, 1810. Slim octavo, 24 pp., half red morocco by Aquarius, a fine copy. A disgruntled version of events. Sixth edition, printed in Dublin, and very rare; a disgruntled account of Governor Hunter's administration written by George Bond, a disgraced Ensign of the New South Wales Corps.Bond shipped to Port Jackson on the Barwell in 1797. In the course of the voyage he was implicated in an attempted mutiny, and arrived in Port Jackson in chains. Ordered to face a court-martial, his commanding officer Major Foveaux interceded on his behalf, and Governor John Hunter agreed to accept Bond's resignation of his commission instead, demanding that he return to England immediately.Eager to acquit himself, Bond took to print as soon as he returned to England, first publishing this important account in Southampton in 1803. 'Bond gives an account of the operation of the convict system and the economic corruption in the colony, and describes early efforts to encourage free settlers. As well, he includes comments on the Aborigines and on natural history. All in all there is a wealth of personal observation. Bond's account, in any edition, is a worthy and important addition to a collection' (Australian Rare Books). Bond therefore presents the other side of the story of transportation to Port Jackson. His account of the new colony also highlights the issues which were to evolve into a deep rift between Bligh and Macarthur, problems that ultimately led to the appointment of Governor Macquarie.Quite apart from its interest as a very early private account of Port Jackson, this book is significant for printing a lengthy letter from the Reverend Richard Johnston, regarding the murder of the missionary Samuel Clode in Sydney.The self-published book was successful and ran into seven small editions, each printed in differing places. Any edition of this important work is very scarce - the first, fifth, and sixth edition are all equally rare - and no copies of the second or third editions are recorded. Ferguson lists only two copies of this sixth edition. No copies are added in the Addenda and the Mitchell and National Library copies remain the sole institutional holdings of the sixth edition to this day.

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        Voyage aux iles de Ténériffe, La Trinité, Saint-Thomas, Sainte-Croix et Porto-Ricco, exécuté par ordre du gouvernement Français, depius le 30 Spetembre 1796 jusqu'au 7 Juin 1798, sous la direction du Captaine

      Arthus Bertrand 1810 - 2 voll. in-8 (205x120 mm.), pp. (2), XLVII, 315, (1); (2), 324, (1). 1 grande tav. più volte rifinita all'acquarello incisa da J.B. Tardie raffigurante la mappa di Porto Rico, (questa mappa è la versione aggiornata di quella originale da parete di Lopez de Vargas Machuca's). Elegante legatura coeva in mez. pelle con fregi al dorso di gusto "impero". Ottima copia. Edizione originale di questo viaggio del naturalista francese André Ledrou (1761-1825) nelle isole Vergini, a Tenerife e Porto Rico, condotto sotto la direzione del capitano Baudin. Il viaggio si rivelò un grande successo scientifico, potendosi nel corso della spedizione collettare una grande quantità di campioni geologici, faunistici, botanici e fossili. Questa importante opera è stata tradotta in tedesco nel 1814. Una traduzione spagnola relativa alla sola parte che riguarda Porto Rico è stata fatta più recentemente da Julio L. Vizcarrondo (1863). Bibliogr.: Sabin, 39687. Chadenat, 113. Duviols, 112. Beinecke, 643. Ragatz p. 227. Henze III, p.173: See ¿M. Rev.,¿ LXIV. 485. Non in Howgego. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KASSEL. - Wilhelmshöhe. "Blick auf das Wilhelmshöher Schloß, im Hintergrund der Karlsberg mit den Kaskaden" und "Blick über den See mit der Fontäne auf den Karlsberg". Gegenstücke.

      - 2 Gouachen von Johann Erdmann Hummel, um 1810, je ca. 25 x 32 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XVIII, S. 128/9. - Der Maler und Radierer wurde 1769 in Kassel geboren. Er studierte an der Kasseler Akademie und wurde Schüler des Hofmalers Böttner. Zwischen 1792 und 1796 unternahm er ausgedehnte Reisen nach Italien, wo er sich Reinhart, Koch, Mechau, Bury u.a. anschloß. Nach seiner Rückkehr ging er 1800 auf Empfehlung der Erbprinzessin Auguste an den Berliner Hof. Er starb 1852 in Berlin. - Schloß Wilhelmshöhe wurde zwischen 1786 und 1798 als Anlage aus drei separaten Baukörpern errichtet. Während der napoleonischen Besatzung 1806 wurden die einzelnen Baukörper durch eingeschossige Verbindungsbauten zusammengeschlossen. Dieser Zustand ist hier dargestellt. - Zwei prachtvolle, farbfrische Gegenstücke von Hummel (oder seinem Umkreis) mit schwarz gouachierter Umrandung. Gerahmt.

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        Poems. Illustrated with Engravings from the Designs of Richard Westall

      London: John Sharpe, 1810., 1810. 2 volumes; 8vo. Beautiful contemporary binding by Taylor and Hessey, with their names stamped in gilt to fore edge thickness of upper boards, of full dark blue straight grained morocco with fine, delicate gilt titles and tooling to spines, decorative gilt panelling to boards, grey end papers with fine gilt dentelle; all edges gilt. With 12 copper engravings. Plates offsetting on to text; light age toning; gilt tooling a little dusty. A superb example of Taylor and Hessey's craftmanship. Followers of Edwards of Halifax, in the early part of the 19th century, 'Taylor and Hessey usually bound their fine books in morocco - red, blue, brown, crimson, green - and 'signed' their bindings by stamping their name in gilt in the fore-edge of the binding (not of the leaves, note), whenever the boards inside the leather were thick enough to carry the name of the firm...'. Carl Weber, Fore-edge Painting, p.107.

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        The History of Printing in America. With a Biography of Printers, and an Account of Newspapers. To Which is Prefixed a Concise View of the Discovery and Progress of the Art in Other Parts of the World

      Worcester: From the Press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Isaac Sturtevant Printer, 1810. First edition. Frontispiece, five plates (two folding). 2 vols. 8vo. Contemporary sheep. Some rubbing, old repair to head of volume one, frontispiece loosened, plates browned, some foxing; part of first blank leaf perished, still an attractive set of this important work. First edition. Frontispiece, five plates (two folding). 2 vols. 8vo. The Essential Work on Early American Printing. Howes T168; Sabin 95405; S&S 21482; Streeter Sale 4176; DAB XVIII, pp. 435-6; Grolier, American, 29

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        SKETCHES OF A TOUR TO THE WESTERN COUNTRY, THROUGH THE STATES OF OHIO AND KENTUCKY; A VOYAGE DOWN THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RIVERS, AND A TRIP THROUGH THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, AND PART OF WEST FLORIDA; COMMENCED AT PHILADELPHIA IN THE WINTER OF 1807, AND CONCLUDED IN 1809 With notes and an appendix, containing some interesting facts, together with a notice of an expedition through Louisiana.

      Pittsburgh, (PA): Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, 1810. 12mo. 504 pp. Three-quarter calf and marbled boards, leather spine label, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Fine copy in an attractive recent binding. First edition. Howes C-947: "Excellent and extensive observations on pioneer conditions throughout the Ohio and lower Mississippi valleys." Sabin 17890. Clark OLD SOUTH II, 13: "Accurate and detailed description of social and economic conditions along the frontier." Streeter sale III, 1325: "One of the best early accounts of the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys." Eberstadt 138, 192: "Minute description of the numerous towns and localities through which he passed and of the pioneers he met and studied." Servies 808. Thomson 286: "One of the most interesting works relating to the west."

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        HUYSBURG/bei Halberstadt. - Kurze Geschichte der ehemaligen Benedictinerabtei Huysburg nebst einem Gemälde derselben und ihrer Umgebungen.

      Büreau für Literatur und Kunst,, Halberstadt, 1810 - 17,5 x 12 cm. VI S., 1 Bl, 140 S. Mit 3 altkolor. Kupferstichen von und nach E. Henne. Thieme-Becker XVI, 390. - Die reizvollen Tafeln von E.S. Henne (1759-1828) in nuanciertem Altkolorit zeigen das Kloster Huysburg bei Halberstadt von Norden und Süden, sowie den Eingang zur Daneills Höhle. - Einband bestoßen und beschabt. Innen sauber und frisch.

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        TA TSING LEU LEE; being the fundamental laws, and a selection from the supplementary statutes, of the penal code of China

      London, printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810.originally printed and published in Pekin, ... under the sanction, and by the asuthority. of the several emperors of the Ta Tsing, or present dynasty. Translated from the Chinese, and accompanied with an appendix, consisting of authentic documents, and a few occasional notes, illustrative of the subject of the work. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1810, 4to, 295 x 230 mm, 11½ x 9 inches, pages: Frontispiece, title page, dedication to John Barrow, lxxvi, 1 - 582 including Appendix and Index, last page is Errata plus (2) adverts. Handsomely rebound in full calf, maroon gilt lettered label, heavily gilt decorated spine, gilt decorated borders to covers, heavy cream endpapers, housed in a plain brown slip case. Frontispiece lightly browned and foxed with a couple of small damp stains at inner edge, faint offsetting onto title page, small blind library stamp to top margin of title page, next 4 leaves and last 4 leaves, small damp stain and light foxing to fore - edge margin of pages xvii - xxiv, closed tear to margin of xlvii, neatly repaired, a few pages lightly foxed, mainly to margins, otherwise a very good clean tight sturdy copy. The Laws of China with the punishments for breaking them. This is the first book translated from Chinese into English. See: Bjorn Lowendahl, China Illustrata Nova 1777 - 1877, Volume 2, page 60; Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica, Volume 1 page 546 - 547. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Theorie der Verschiebungen Alterer Gange mit Anwendung auf den Bergbau. Ein Beitrag zur Allgemeinen Gantheorie.

      Bei Johann Christian Hermann, Frankfurt 1810 - Octavo. Half Cloth Hardcover. 1810. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. xvi, 118pp. Three folding plates bound at last page. Rebound by library in black half cloth with brown cloth marbled cloth on boards, gilt lettering and decoration in green compartment on spine. Heavy shelfwear with considerable rubbing of edges. Heavy chipping and peeling at head of spine. Top outer corner of first endpaper repaired. Binding is strong and textblock is intact. Pages are clean with mild toning and occasional faint foxing. A decent reference copy of this scarce work on the effect of seismology in mining. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Betrachtungen über den Frieden zu Wien., Mit einer Charte des östreichischen Kaiserthums.

      Wien [d. i. Leipzig, Rein, 1810]. - VI, 88 S. 1 mehrfach gefalt. kolorierte Kupferstichkarte. Erste Ausgabe dieser kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit dem Frieden von Schönbrunn aus dem Jahre 1809, mit dem Abdruck des vollständigen Friedensvertrags. - Holzmann-B. I, 6205. Weller FD, 211. – Der Frieden von Schönbrunn (hier noch als Frieden Wien bezeichnet) wurde am 14. 10. 1809 nach der österreichischen Niederlage von Wagram mit Frankreich geschlossen: Österreich musste die 1805 erfolgte Abtretung von Tirol und Vorarlberg an Bayern bestätigen, Salzburg mit Berchtesgaden, das Innviertel und einen Teil des Hausruckviertels an Bayern, Westkärnten, Krain, Kroatien südlich der Save, Görz, Triest, Fiume und Dalmatien an Frankreich (dieses bildete daraus die "Illyrischen Provinzen"), Ostgalizien an Russland und Westgalizien mit Krakau an das Großherzogtum Warschau (König von Sachsen) abtreten. Als wichtiger Punkt für die steirische Geschichte wurde darin vereinbart den Schloßberg in Graz zu schleifen. Der Autor Johann Adam Bergl (1769 - 1834) war ein deutscher Privatgelehrter, Übersetzer und Philosoph. Zur zeit der napoleonischen Kriege kam er aufgrund seiner franzosenkritschen Einstellung immer wieder in Konflikt mit der Zensur. Den Grund für die Niederlage Österreichs sieht der Autor im veralteten politischen Feudalsystem Österreichs. Den Frieden sieht er durchwegs kritisch und sieht in ihm die Ursache zukünftiger Konflikte und Kriege. Die Karte zeigt Österreich und seine Gebietsverluste. - Die ersten Blätter mit Wasserrand, vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, sonst frisch. Vereinzelt minimale Randläsuren. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 300 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Betrachtungen über den Frieden zu Wien. Mit einer Charte des östreichischen Kaiserthums.

      Wien [d. i. Leipzig, Rein, 1810].. VI, 88 S. 1 mehrfach gefalt. kolorierte Kupferstichkarte. 8°. Mod. Pp. (etw. gebräunt).. Erste Ausgabe dieser kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit dem Frieden von Schönbrunn aus dem Jahre 1809, mit dem Abdruck des vollständigen Friedensvertrags. - Holzmann-B. I, 6205. Weller FD, 211. - Der Frieden von Schönbrunn (hier noch als Frieden Wien bezeichnet) wurde am 14. 10. 1809 nach der österreichischen Niederlage von Wagram mit Frankreich geschlossen: Österreich musste die 1805 erfolgte Abtretung von Tirol und Vorarlberg an Bayern bestätigen, Salzburg mit Berchtesgaden, das Innviertel und einen Teil des Hausruckviertels an Bayern, Westkärnten, Krain, Kroatien südlich der Save, Görz, Triest, Fiume und Dalmatien an Frankreich (dieses bildete daraus die "Illyrischen Provinzen"), Ostgalizien an Russland und Westgalizien mit Krakau an das Großherzogtum Warschau (König von Sachsen) abtreten. Als wichtiger Punkt für die steirische Geschichte wurde darin vereinbart den Schloßberg in Graz zu schleifen. Der Autor Johann Adam Bergl (1769 - 1834) war ein deutscher Privatgelehrter, Übersetzer und Philosoph. Zur zeit der napoleonischen Kriege kam er aufgrund seiner franzosenkritschen Einstellung immer wieder in Konflikt mit der Zensur. Den Grund für die Niederlage Österreichs sieht der Autor im veralteten politischen Feudalsystem Österreichs. Den Frieden sieht er durchwegs kritisch und sieht in ihm die Ursache zukünftiger Konflikte und Kriege. Die Karte zeigt Österreich und seine Gebietsverluste. - Die ersten Blätter mit Wasserrand, vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, sonst frisch. Vereinzelt minimale Randläsuren.

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        Sammelband of 20 pamphlets belonging to Josiah Adams

      vd, vp - Josiah Adams Pamphlets 1. Puffer, Reuben. A Discourse delivered at Berlin, July 4, 1810 on the Anniversary of American Independence. 8vo. Leominster, (Mass), Salmon Wilder. July 26, 1810. 16 pp. 2. Channing, William Ellery. A Sermon.April 5, 1810. Boston, John Eliot, Jr. 1810. 23 pp 3. Ripley, Ezra. A Sermon.at the Burial of Abigail Adams, Wife of Rev. Moses Adams. Boston, Stebbins, 1813. 19 pp 4.[Channing, William Ellery]. Observations on the proposition for increasing the means of theological education at the university in Cambridge. "At a meeting of the president and fellows of Harvard College, Dec. 23, 1815. The corporation of Harvard College, having seen the following Observations . written by a friend to that design, it was voted--That these Observations . be printed and published under the direction of the board. J.T. Kirkland, pres."--verso of title page. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1815. Shaw & Shoemaker 34315 5. Howe, Nathaniel. A century sermon, delivered in Hopkinton, Mass. on Lord's Day, December 24, 1815. / By Nathanael Howe, A.M. Pastor of the church. Third edition, with notes, revised and corrected. Boston: : Printed by Crocker and Brewster, no. 50, Cornhill., 1825. 32 pp. Not in S & S. 6. Crafts, William, 1787-1826. An Oration on the influence of moral causes on National Character, : delivered before the [Phi] B K Society, on their anniversary, 28 August, 1817. Cambridge [Mass.], : University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1817. 16 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 40586. 7. Lowell, Charles. Discourse delivered March 16, 1817, the Sabbath after the execution of Henry Phillips Stonehewer Davis, for the murder of Gaspard Denegri. By Charles Lowell, Minister of the West Church in Boston. Boston: : Printed by John Eliot., 1817 16 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 41296. Not in McDade 8.A Masonic address, delivered before Corinthian Lodge, at Concord, on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 5819. Concord, Mass. : Printed by Caleb Cushing, 1819. Shaw & Shoemaker 50100. 9. Greenough, Rev. William A sermon, delivered May 10, 1820; at the ordination of the Rev. Marshall Shedd, as pastor of the church and congregation in Acton. / By Rev. William Greenough, Pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Newton. "The charge, by Rev. Jonathan Homer, of Newton."--p. [19]-23. "The fellowship of the churches, by Rev. Rufus Hurlbut, of Sudbury."--p. [24]-27."An address, by Rev. Thomas Noyes, Pastor of the Second Church in Needham."--p. [28]-32 ; With the charge, right hand of fellowship to the minister, and an address to the people. ; Published at the request of the town. Concord, Mass. : Joseph. T. Peters, printer, 1820. 32 pp. Shoemaker 1455. 10. The Prize Book. No. 1 of the Publick Latin School in Boston. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1820. 63, [1] pp. From John C. Park to his Uncle Josiah Ad(ams) in pencil and trimmed. Park won second medal for latin poem. 11. Quincy, Josiah. Address, delivered at the fifth anniversary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, Dec. 25th, 1820. / By Hon. Josiah Quincy. ; Published at the request of the Society. Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1821. 32 pp. Shoemaker 6579. 12. ditto 13. Norton, Andrew. Address delivered before The University in Cambridge at the Interment of Professor Frisbee. Cam. 1822. 24 pp. 14. Report upon the Constitution Rights and Priveleges of Harvard College.Printed by Order of the Covention, 1821. Signd on t.p. Josiah Quincy. 15. Quincy, Josiah. Remarks on Some of the Provisions of the Laws of Mass. Cambridge, 1822. Inscribed John Adams Esq. with respects of Josiah Quin(cy} part torn off or trimmed at top. With some marginal notes. 16. Fiske, Hon. Oliver. Adress delivered before the Worcester Agricultural Society. Worecester, Manning, [1823] A. I. 12554. INSCRIBED "JOSIAH ADAMS ES[Q]/ FROM HIS FRIEND/ O. FISKE." 17.Bigelow. Tyler. Adress delivered at the Eighth Aniversary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, Dec. 25, 1823. Boston, Russell, 1824. A.I [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        A Narrative of the Life of John Marrant, of New York, in North America: Giving an Account of His Conversion when only Fourteen Years of Age; His Leaving His Mother's House from Religious Motives, Wandering Several Days in the Desert without Food, and Being at Last Taken by an Indian Hunter among the Cherokees, where He Was Condemned to Die. With an Account of the Conversion of the King of the Cherokees and His Daughter, &c. &c. &c. The Whole Authenticated by the Reverend W. Aldridge

      Printed by Davies & Co. at the Stanhope Press, Vicar-Lane, Leeds 1810 - iv, [1], 6-24p. Recent marbled wrapper; portion of title-page reproduced on label mounted on the front cover. 20cm. Minimal foxing. Marrant, a free-born African American, became a Whitefield-inspired missionary among Native Americans, most notably the Cherokee, for a few years and was later impressed into the British navy for several years. There were several late 18th and early 19th century editions of Marrant's narrative -- all are now quite uncommon. The earliest editions of Marrant's narrative were titled: "A Narrative of the Lord's Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, a Black, Born in New-York in North-America." [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Treatise On Magic; Or, The Intercourse Between Spirits And Men

      Quitman, Frederick Henry. A Treatise On Magic; Or, The Intercourse Between Spirits And Men. Albany: 1810"Presentation copy from - the author - on front blank recto."Balance Press, 1810. 12mo, contemporary professionally re-backed ¼ marbled boards, gilt-ruled spine; internally clean & crisp. Early owner's signature at head of title. Presentation copy signed by "the author" on front blank recto. Housed in a Period ¼ Sheep Clamshell gilt spine. American Imprints 21169 (4 copies).This book looks into the history and beginnings of Magic in good and evil and in entertainment, from all periods and religions, covering Egyptian and Greek mythology to superstitions Witchcraft, Sorcery and much more, with pages 61 ?" 76 of annotations wonderfully explained and referencing back to the full explanations within the book. The Rev. Dr. Frederick Henry Quitman, the son of Stephen Henry and Anna Quitman, was born August 7, 1760, in the Duchy of Cleves in Westphalia [on an island!], in the lower Rhine. His father held an important office in the Prussian Government. The son, manifesting at an early age a great love for books, more than common intelligence, and superior talents and application to study, was placed by his father, into the celebrated school of Halle. After receiving the advantage of a liberal education Henry then transferred to Halle University. Under the guidance of George Christian Knapp (1753-1825), August Herman Niemeyer (1754-1828), Johann Salomo Semler (1725-1791), and other eminent professors in that distinguished seat of [Pietist, then Aufklarung Rationalist ] learning. For more than thirty years Dr. Quitman divided his time among a number of small and scattered Lutheran churches in the Hudson River Valley. These congregations were dispersed groupings of German speaking farmers and craftsmen. At the time there was a profound shortage of German speaking Lutheran pastors willing to serve in the rustic wilds of New York. Dr. Quitman often preached seven or eight times a week in either German, Low Dutch, or English. "In is preaching he was brief, biblical, practical and impressive inculcating with great energy the Christian gospel... [and] He never used a manuscript in the pulpit." First in the associated churches of Schoharie and Kobles Kill [until 1798 ]; and afterwards in those of Rhinebeck, Wurtemburg, Germantown, and Livingston.

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        Osservazioni sulla chirotipografia ossia antica arte di stampare a mano

      da' Torchi di M. De Romanis, Roma 1810 - In-8 (195x135 mm.), pp. (2), 106. Bordi intonsi. Rara opera di questo gesuita spagnolo, rifugiatosi come molti altri in Italia dopo la soppressione dell'Ordine. In quest'opera viene supposta l'esistenza di un sistema di stampa precedente all'invenzione di Frust e Gutemberg e risalente al X secolo. Anche l'uso di caratteri mobili inseriti in manici viene dall'autore fatto risalire all'epoca romana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [K. 527]. Il Dissoluto Punito osia Il Don Giovanni Dramma giocoso in due Atti... Ridotto per il Pianoforte da C. G. Neefe. [Piano-vocal score]

      Hamburgo: Giovanni Augusto Böhme [without PN]. [ca. 1810]. Oblong folio. Contemporary half vellum with green marbled boards, decorative white cut paper label in the shape of a goblet with manuscript titling to upper. 1f. (pictorial title with vignette depicting a scene from the opera engraved by Wolf), [i] (blank), [i] (cast list and contents, grouped in four acts, in Italian but with German incipits only), 3-205 pp. Engraved. Watermark: "FCD" and fleur de lys with crown. Paper with a greenish cast. Printed text underlay in Italian and German; stage directions in German only. Musical numbers reordered and grouped in four acts. Boards slighty worn; rubbed and bumped at edges and corners; upper hinge split. Repair to small tear to lower outer corner of first page of music; one leaf dampstained. Sharp added in pencil to p. 183. A very good copy overall. . Later edition. Rare Köchel 6, p. 598. Hoboken 11, 345 and plate 181 (same watermark as present copy). Hamburg, ?-ffentliche Bücherhallen (municipal library). RISM M4508. Böhme published several editions of the piano-vocal score; Köchel does not distinguish among them. RISM M4509 is not credited to Neefe; the copy at the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen carries plate number 42. RISM M4510 (including Hirsch IV, 131) and the copy at the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg are also different: the credit to Neefe is lacking; the word "Pianoforte" is misspelled "Pianoforto"; the contents are arranged in the original two acts (as suggested by the title) rather than the spurious four, and one number, the duet of Zerlina and Don Ottavio, "Ach Schätzchen, lass mich laufen" (i.e., "Restate qua"; composed later) is added; also, Hirsch cites plate number 300; not in the Augsburg copy, and a pagination running to 209. The pictorial title is basically the same as that of the first edition of the full score by Breitkopf & Härtel (1801); only the line crediting the reduction and the imprint are new.

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        THE HISTORY OF LITTLE FANNY, Exemplified in a Series of Figures

      S. and J. Fuller, London 1810 - Pp. [2], 15, [1], [2].Fifteen numbered pages of rhyming text, verso of final page blank, both front and rear original blanks present. Illustrated by accompanying hand-painted printed card doll figures; there are seven outfits; and a head (there are no removable hats in this copy - see note below). The book and figures are housed in a contemporary vellum slipcase with the title "Little Fanny" in manuscript to the front panel. The card wrappers of the book are in remarkably good condition, internally the book is very good, a little reading wear and minimal staining to the edges of a few pages, the original ribbon is not present, the figures are in very good bright condition, the top part of a dolls head being carried by Fanny is missing in one figure and the same figure has had a small part of the base replaced in hand-drawn facsimile with hand colouring (not recent). Overall a very good first edition copy. (Bibliographical note: we also have an 1811 (seventh edition) of this work and it has been useful to compare directly the two editions. It is interesting to note that whilst the figures are ostensibly the same the printing of them is quite different - the later edition is bolder with additional lines engraved; additionally the way the outline of the figures have been cut out differs too. One might suspect that the number of additional items such as hats etc. differed too between editions - and what the publisher had available at any one time.) Size: 16mo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Picturesque Tour through Spain. Embellished with Twenty Engravings. By Watts, Medland, Angus, Mitan, &c.

      London, T. Bensley, for John Stockdale, 1810. Large folio-oblong. (44x58 cm.). Fine later full calf. 6 raised bands, richly gilt compartments. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Broad gilt borders on covers. Engraved handcoloured frontispiece. (28),22 pp., 20 fine handcoloured engraved plates and 1 engraved handcoloured map. All plates with tissue-guards. Frontispiece with a repaired tear in lower left corner far from image. A closed tear in one plate, only marginal, not effecting image. A small piece of cornerpaper on one plate gone, far from image. Clean and fine. On heavy paper, and with broad margins.. Second edition but in a contemporary HANDCOLOURING. Swinburne's "Travels through Spain" were issued in a quarto volume by Peter Elmsly of London in 1779, then reprinted in a pirate edition in Dublin the same year; a second edition in two octavo volumes came out in 1787. The title was then turned into a picturesque set of engravings entitled Views in Spain, from the drawings of Henry Swinburne (1794), in turn recycled as the Picturesque Tour through Spain in 1806, 1810 and 1823, with brief texts in French and English facing the plates followed by a 22-page abridged version of the Travels. These edition are normally published uncoloured

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        Le conservateur de la vue, suivi du catalogue général des instruments d?optique...

      Chez l?auteur, à Paris, 1810. In / 12 reliure demi - basane rouge, dos lisse, 8 planches dépliantes in - fine, 163 p., xlvij de catalogue. Dos insolé et usures sur les mors. Il ouvrit une boutique à l?angle de Pont - Neuf. On lui doit de nombreux inventions et perfectionnements dans la fabrication d?une grande variété d?instruments d?optique. Description de l?oeil, de la différence des vues, des vues défectueuses, maladies de l?oeil, conservation de l?oeil (précautions, habitudes.), théorie sommaire de la marche des rayons de lumière, choix et travail des verres, du foyer des verres, des verres de couleurs, inconvénients des lunettes défectueuses, monocles et binocles, montures, lunettes de spectacle, verres achromatiques, microscopebesicles à la Franklin, ... relié Bon état

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        Gammer Gurton's Garland: or, the Nursery Parnassus. A Choice Collection of Pretty Songs and Verses, for the Amusement of All Little Good Children Who Can Neither Read Nor Run

      London: Printed for R. Triphook, by Harding and Wright, 1810. Small slim 8vo, (2), 46 pp. Full period-style purple morocco, richly gilt (by Dusel), a very good, well-margined copy. First Complete Collected Edition "A collection of 134 rhymes divided into four parts. The editor of the first two parts, which were published in 1784, was the literary antiquarian Joseph Ritson. Parts III and IV, here first published, contain many additional rhymes, collected by Francis Douce and others (possibly including Joesph Haslewood). The book is curious in that it is unillustrated and apparently for adults."- Opie 30. Among the early nursery rhymes that appear here for the first time are Little Bo-Peep, Humpty Dumpty, I love sixpence, a jolly, jolly sixpence, etc.

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        PLAUEN. "Vue prise près du Moulin dit Buschmühle dans la Vallée de Plauen près de Dresde". Blick auf die Buschmühle (bzw. Bienermühle oder Schweizermühle) rechts, auf dem Weg davor Kutsche, Reiter und mehrere Ausflügler.

      - Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von Johann Friedrich Bruder nach Johann Gottfried Jentzsch, um 1810, 37,5 x 53,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. V, S. 96 (Bruder) und Bd. XVIII, S. 523 (Jentzsch). - "Seine Haupttätigkeit entfaltete er als Radierer. Für den Dresdner Kunsthändler Heinr. Rittner fertigte er kolorierte Umrißradierungen, Ansichten aus der Umgebung Dresdens und der Sächs. Schweiz, nach Joh. Gfr. Jentzsch, Casp. Dav. Friedrich und eigener Zeichnung" (Thieme-Becker über Bruder). - Im Ganzen minimal gebräunt. Aufwendig gerahmt.

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        A Narrative of the Life of John Marrant, of New York, in North America: Giving an Account of His Conversion when only Fourteen Years of Age; His Leaving His Mother's House from Religious Motives, Wandering Several Days in the Desert without Food, and Being at Last Taken by an Indian Hunter among the Cherokees, where He Was Condemned to Die. With an Account of the Conversion of the King of the Cherokees and His Daughter, &c. &c. &c. The Whole Authenticated by the Reverend W. Aldridge

      Leeds: Printed by Davies & Co. at the Stanhope Press, Vicar-Lane, 1810. Paperback. Very Good. iv, [1], 6-24p. Recent marbled wrapper; portion of title-page reproduced on label mounted on the front cover. 20cm. Minimal foxing. Marrant, a free-born African American, became a Whitefield-inspired missionary among Native Americans, most notably the Cherokee, for a few years and was later impressed into the British navy for several years. There were several late 18th and early 19th century editions of Marrant's narrative -- all are now quite uncommon. The earliest editions of Marrant's narrative were titled: "A Narrative of the Lord's Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, a Black, Born in New-York in North-America."

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        [Kitab al-ifadah wa-al-i'tibar fi al-umur al-mushahadah wa-al-hawadith al-mu'ayanah bi-ard Misr]. Relation de l'Egypte par Abd-Allatif, medecin arabe de Baghdad; suivie de divers extraits d'ecrivains orientaux, et d'un etat des provinces et des villages de l'Egypte dans le XIVe siecle [...].

      Paris, de l'Imprimerie Imperiale / Treuttel & Würtz, 1810.. Large 4to (262 x 202 mm). XXIV, 752 pp. WIth title vignette. Contemp. half calf over marbled boards, siltstamped title to gilt spine.. First French edition of this account of Egypt, translated and annotated by the orientalist Silvestre de Sacy, who added other significant texts, such as "Etat des provinces et des villages de l'Egypte, dresse en l'annee 1376, sous le regne du Sultan Melic-Alaschraf Schaban". Abd al-Latif (1162-1231), known as Ibn al-Labbad or Ibn Nukta, was a philosopher, physician, historian, and a literary man. He was one of the most prolific Arab writers, but of the numerous works ascribed to him, mostly on medicine, only his graphic and detailed account of Egypt has survived. In his edition Silvestre de Sacy provides many valuable notes to this text, the first translation into French. Abd al-Latif was educated in Baghdad, turned to philosophy and the works of Ibn Sina, visited Mosul and then Damascus and the camp of Salah al-Din outside Akka, where he met Baha' al-Din ibn Shadad and Imad al-Din al-Isfahani, the famous Arabic chroniclers of the Crusades. He went on to Cairo and travelled between there and Syria, especially Aleppo. His work was widely known in Europe and translated into Latin and German. Edward Pococke junior was responsible for a Latin version of part of the text, later issued with the Arabic by Thomas Hyde in a very scarce Oxford 1702 editio; the Latin version was continued by Joseph White in another bilingual edition (Tübingen 1789; Oxford 1800). A German version by S. F. Günther Wahl followed in 1790. The first Arabic edition did not appear until 1869 (Cairo, 1286 AH). - Boards slightly worn. Top corner of title page repaired (not affecting text) and small printed sticker with caution against blasphemy; near-contemp. ownership "Lindgren" on pastedown. Insignificant spotting and a few pencil annotations in margins. A good copy. - Brunet I, 9. Gay, 1908. Zarkali 4, p. 61. Ellis, Arabic Books in the British Museum I, 48. Cf. Garrison 1768 (cites White's bi-lingual Arabic/Latin Oxford edition of 1806). Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 3. Sarton II, 2, p. 599.

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        Die romantische Poesie. Stanzen zu Erklärung eines Maskenzuges aufgeführt den dreissigsten Januar.

      Weimar, 1810.. 16 SS. Broschiert. 4to.. Zweiter Druck, zuvor unter dem Titel "Maskenzug zum 30sten Januar 1810" im Oktavformat aufgelegt. Im Unterschied zu jenem verfügt der vorliegende Druck über eine Vorbemerkung und anstelle von Ziffern vor den Stanzen die Benennung der auftretenden Personen. Tatsächlich erst am 3. Februar aufgeführt. - Mittig gefaltet, gebräunt und mit Einrissen bzw. Faltspuren. - Kippenberg I, 432. Hagen S. 166, Nr. 334. Goedeke IV, 3, 394 (183). Hirzel A 281. Speck Nr. 2214. Brieger 710. WG² 91.

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        HEIDELBERG. "Ansicht von Heidelberg am Neckar". Gesamtansicht vom rechten Ufer aus, rechts der Weg zum Harlaß.

      - Aquatinta in Blau und Schwarz von Fr. Weber bei Tessari, Augsburg, um 1810, 32 x 43 cm. Schefold 25075. - Die seltene Ansicht in einem Exemplar mit ca. 5 cm Rand. Im Ganzen minimal gebräunt.

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        View on the Potomac, Virginia

      - Black-and-white engraving, c. 1810. Drawn by W. Roberts Esqr. Engraved by J. Jeakes. Sheet size: 15 1/4 x 19 1/2". Inventory#: p731pmat. 0

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        KEMPTEN. Gesamtansicht die Iller entlang, im Mittelpunkt das Stift und die Lorenzkirche.

      - Altkol. Umrißradierung, um 1810, 36 x 51 cm. Nicht bei Schefold. - Alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten und auf Karton mit aquarellierter Linienumrandung montiert, unten mittig mit Wappen. Der Montagekarton gering fleckig. Frisches, sauberes Altkolorit. - Dekoratives und extrem seltenes Kapitalblatt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        BAYERN. - Nazional Garde Almanach für das Königreich Baiern 1811.

      Attenkover, (1810)., Ingolstadt, - 19 x 12 cm. 8 Bl. Kalendarium, 274 S., 2 S. Inhalt. Mit gestoch. Titel und Porträt-Frontispiz, 4 gestoch. Tafeln mit Ansichten und 1 lithogr. Tafel, 1 gefalt. Tabelle. Köhring 75; Lipperheide II, Qdc 6; Pfister I, 532; vgl. Lentner 5647. - Mit den gesuchten dekorativen Ansichten (gestochen von J.G. Laminit, meist nach J.J. Dorner) von Eichstätt, Fürth, Kempten und Landshut. Die im Inhalt genannte Ansicht von Passau fehlt. Das Porträt-Frontispiz (gestochen von C. Schleich) zeigt den Finanzminister W. von Hompesch. Die Beiträge sind zumeist genealogischer, historischer oder militärischer Natur, so z.B. über die Städte Ansbach, Eichstätt und Bamberg, über das königliche bayerische Bürgermilitär, den Ursprung des Stadtwappens von Moosburg etc. - Einband etwas berieben, vorderes Gelenk angeplatzt. Innen nur gering stockfleckig und mit wenigen Untersteichungen, unbeschnitten. - Seltener Jahrgang dieses gesuchten, nur fünf Jahre lange erschienenen Almanachs! Marmor. Pp. d. Zt. mit Rsch. "1811".

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        MÜNCHEN. "Ansicht der Königl: baierischen Haupt- und Residenz-Stadt München von der Süd-Seite". Gesamtansicht vom Giesinger Berg aus über die Isar.

      - Altkolorierte Lithographie von Max Joseph Wagenbauer, um 1810, 28 x 40,5 cm. Maillinger I,1681; Lentner 1080; Slg. Proebst 105. - "Sehr fein ausgeführte Lithographie-Incunabel" (Lentner). - Die äußerst rare Ansicht mit breitem Rand und in zartem, sehr harmonischem Altkolorit in blau-grün Tönen.

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        BERCHTESGADEN. "Große Ansicht von d. Nordseite. Mit 2 Costümfiguren" (Lentner). Gesamtansicht mit Blick auf Watzmann und Hochkalter.

      - Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von Carl Rahl nach Carl Viehbeck, 1810, 35,5 x 53 cm. Lentner 7110; vgl. Karbacher, Schelle, Spiegel-Schmidt, Berchtesgaden, S. 26. - "Schöne sehr zart mit der Hand colorierte Radierung von ungemein dekorativer Wirkung" (Lentner). Unser Blatt alt auf getuschte Einfassungslinie geschnitten und lt. altem handschriftlichen Vermerk im unteren Rand von "J. Alt illuminirt".

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