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        Untersuchung über die Natur und die Ursachen des Nationalreichthums (3 banden)

      Wilhelm Gottlieb Korn, Breslau und Leipzig 1810 - Pappbände der Zeit. Band 1: XII/412 seiten. Band 2: VIII/631 seiten. Band 3: VIII/422 seiten. Aus dem Englischen der vierten Ausgabe neu übersetzt. Dritte, mit Stewarts Nachricht von dem Leben und den Schriften des Autors unveräderte Ausgabe. Six panels on spine; title panel in red with gilt lettering. Brown leather and brown boards. Chips to crown and foot of spine, Band 1; chip to crown, Band 3; joints torn at crown of spine, Band 2. Adam Smith`s "Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations." (3 volumes - German Language) Some shelfwear to covers, and corners rubbed to boards. Text blocks fresh and clean. Bindings solid. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Grouppe de Fruits

      Paris: chez Le Grand, 1810. A beautifully rendered still-life composition of a large pear, grapes, and a variety of berries. Pierre François Legrand was a prolific botanical engraver, who executed plates after prominent artists including Cipriani, Le Roy, and Angelica Kauffman. He also contributed numerous images to several notable botanical publications such as Gerard Van Spaëndonck's rare folio Fleurs dessinées d'apres nature... (1800), Antoine Poiteau's Histoire Naturelle Des Orangers (1818-22), and Pierre-Joseph Redouté's Jardin de la Malmaison (1803). cf. Benezit, Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs, et Graveurs , vol. 8, p. 451; Cf. Thieme/Becker, Allgemeines Lexicon der bilden Künstler , vol. 21/22, p. 573;. Aquatint. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling, several skillfully repaired small tears in the left margin, and a few mild surface abrasions in the top and bottom margins. Right and left margins trimmed within platemark, not affecting image.

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        Marie Louise Archid. d' Autriche

      A Paris chez Bance ame M. d'Estampes rue St. Denis and a' Milan chez Joseph M. et Frere Ubiemi M. d' Estampes rue des Servi n. 506 Editeurs, 1810. A captivating portrait of Marie Louise of Austria, Napoleon's second wife. This is a magnificent print of Marie Louise of Austria executed in 1810, the year of her marriage to Emperor Napoleon. In 1809 when Josephine, Napoleon's first wife, failed to give him a son, the Emperor divorced her. He based this action on the spurious grounds that a parish priest had not been present at their marriage, but it was well known that this decision resulted from his desire for a male heir. Two months later he married Marie Louise, the daughter of Francis II, Emperor of Austria, and great-niece of Marie Antoinette. The marriage did nothing to end the enmity between France and Austria, but in 1811 Marie gave birth to a son, Francois Charles, who was made king of Rome. This captivating print depicts Marie at one of the most pivotal moments of her life. She is portrayed as being both innocent and magisterial, fashionable as well as reserved which results in a hauntingly beautiful portrait of this young bride. Rados's print recalls the portrait of Marie, executed in the same year, by Jean Godfrey. Both works are monumental in size and depict the young princess in a park setting. The detailing of Marie's dress and the level of intricate detail in Rados's image, is nothing short of magnificent, and his soft engraving technique gives this print a delicacy, which is immensely appealing. From the collection of William J. Latta of Philadelphia, a 19th century collector of Napoleonic material. Regency to Empire: French Printmaking 1715-1814 no. 124; Le Blanc, Manuel de L'Amateur D'Estampes III, p. 269, no. 12; Lugt, Les Marques de Collections , No. 2825. Stipple with engraving. Printed on laid paper. Collectors blind stamp of a bee in lower right corner of title space. In excellent condition with the exception of a creased lower right corner. Trimmed just outside platemark on all sides. Crease on right edge outside image. Some creasing and paper loss on upper right corner. Image size: 24 5/8 x 16 7/8 inches.

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        Ueber die Verkrümmungen des menschlichen Körpers und eine rationelle und sichere Heilart derselben.

      Leipzig: Mitzky und Compagnie, 1810. - xiv, 170 pp; 6 plates. Recent marbled boards. Upper blank corner of title page renewed. Foxed (text is quite foxed; plates are only slightly foxed). Almost entirely unopened. Untrimmed. First Edition. Plate I illustrates deformities of the spine, hand, leg, and foot. Plates II-VI illustrate deformities and Jörg's mechanical apparatus to treat them. "The first medical orthopaedist in Germany, Johann Christian Gottfried Jörg (1779-1865) worked here [Leipzig], and in 1810--18 years before the publication of Delpech's De l'orthomorphie--wrote what is regarded as the first scientific textbook of orthopaedics in the world: Über die Verkrummungen des menschlichen Körpers und eine rationelle und sichere Heilart derselben (On the distortions of the human body and a rational and certain method of curing the same). And yet Jörg, like Deventer in Holland, was an obstetrician, a professor of obstetrics, and to some extent a paediatrician. He wrote an excellent account of the morbid anatomy and treatment of club-foot [Über Klumpfüsse und eine leichte und zweckmässige Heilart derselben, 1806], incriminating the tibial muscles, especially the posterior, as the cause of inveterate adduction. He advocated the mechanical management of deformities with appliances and corsets. He says nothing of the operative treatment of torticollis, except that it might have been suitable for a cruder age, but that every case could be cured by his own ingenious device in which a head-band was connected to a breastplate by a ratchet [illustrated in his plate 2]. Jörg succeeded in distinguishing between the curvatures of scoliosis and spinal tuberculosis, but was uncertain about the cause of the gibbus in the latter; the proximate cause lay mostly in the bones, less often in the muscles, and rickets, foul air and malnutrition played a part. He laboured to get victims of infantile paralysis on their feet again. He encouraged the chiropodists. He seems to have had an intuition about the cause of rickets, preferring to admit patients to his own home for supervision, so that it virtually became an orthopaedic clinic, since, left to their parents, 'their diet is seldom adhered to as is necessary if rickets is to be avoided thereby.' He made a poignant appeal which indicates how critical for the advance of orthopaedics was a change in medical attitudes at the start of the 19th century: 'I must risk an entreaty, which is that in future the better heads among the doctors should not let themselves be so intimidated by the diseases discussed here . . . and rescue these afflictions from the executioners, pastors and the like; for, sad to say not only the common man but also often the educated turn to these people because they were occasionally lucky here and there, and because the patients with these disorders were often rejected outright by the better doctors.' This was why the surgeons in Würzburg were so tolerant of Heine and why lay therapists were so successful in practice, if not in results, until far into the century. Orthopaedics was not a field in which a doctor could count on being seen to be successful or show a rapid benefit, rather the reverse; better leave it to the bandagist, splint-maker, masseur, even the charlatan. Yet there came a point when the financial rewards of the latter excited medical hostility" (Le Vay, History of Orthopaedics, pp; 194-96). OCLC locates copies of the first edition in these US libraries: Chicago, NLM, College Physicians Phila. There was a reprinting in 1816, a copy of which is at Harvard. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L'ENEIDE DI P. VIRGILIO MARONE. Recata in altrettanti versi italiani da Giuseppe Solari. Munita dall'autore di note giustificanti il senso e la lezione. (2 Vols.)

      G. Giossi, XVI+372 / VIII+400 pp., Genova 1810 - Vol. 1: chipping to paste-down, some small tears to title-page and 2 first pages. Vol. 2: top corners of first pages are lacking a fragment. Text in latin and italian. 12mo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tableaux synoptiques des manoeuvres de cavalerie, Établis par demandes et par réponses, pour faciliter l'etude des manoeuvres de l'Ordonnance provisoire, rédigée, en l'an 13, par ordre de S.A.S. Mgr. le Prince de Neufchâtel et de Wagram

      Strasbourg, Levrault, 1810.. Octavo. Pp. (iii), (156) consisting of 78 double-page tables, (vi). Handsome vignette of a mounted knight to title-page. Hardcover, bound in contemporary quarter morocco and matching paper-covered boards, vellum French corners, spine gilt, black morocco lettering-pieces gilt, old expert mend to joint, pink ribbon marker; spine-ends bit worn, minor spot or two. In a very good condition. A clean, tight copy, well preserved. ~ First edition. Extremely rare. Both OCLC and KVK locate just 2 copies worldwide, one in National Library of France; the other in College of William & Mary, Virginia.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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        Two Portraits: Boy with Hoop and Young Girl in a Landscape

      London, ca. 1810] - "Buck, Adam, 1758-1833, portrait painter, elder son of Jonathan Buck, a silversmith of Castle Street, Cork, was born there in 1759. With a younger brother, Frederick, he studied art from an early age, and acquired some repute in youth in his native city as a painter of miniature portraits in water-colour. Coming to London in 1795, he settled at 174 Piccadilly, and soon gained popularity. He not only continued to paint miniature portraits in water-colour, but produced many portraits in oil and crayon of larger size. Between 1795 and 1833, the year of his death, he exhibited at the academy as many as 171 pictures. He also exhibited ten other works at the British Institution and at the Society of British Artists in Suffolk Street. But the pictures that he exhibited represent a small proportion of his labours. Numerous pictures by him were reproduced in coloured engravings, mostly in stipple, and had a wide circulation. Of extant coloured engravings after his pictures the originals of as many as forty or fifty are not known to have been exhibited. Among his sitters were the Earl of Cavan, the Duke of York, Sir Francis Burdett, Major Cartwright, John Cam Hobhouse, and John Burke, author of the Peerage,' and his family. His portraits were carefully finished, although they were stiff in treatment and design. Buck was at the same time busily employed as a teacher of portrait painting, and in 1811 he brought out a volume entitled Paintings on Greek Vases,' which contained a hundred designs, not only drawn, but also engraved by himself. This work, which was planned to continue a similar compilation by Sir William Hamilton, is now extremely scarce. In 1807 he moved from Piccadilly to Frith Street, Soho, and after several changes of residence died at 15 Upper Seymour Street West in 1833. Buck was married and left two sons, Alfred and Sidney; the latter followed his father's profession. A miniature portrait of Buck by himself dated 1804, is in the Sheepshanks gallery of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. " - DNB 10 x 7-1/2 inches (images. Watercolor on card, first drawing signed lower right. Framed and glazed [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Meadow below the Flower Garden

      Published by White and Co, London 1810 - A picturesque, tranquil view of the meadow adjacent to Hafod House from "Tour to Hafod," a fine collection of plates depicting the mansion and its surrounding landscape engraved by Stadler after drawings by Smith. Comprised of 15 views, Tour to Hafod also included comprehensive descriptive text by the scientist and collector James Edward Smith. The work was most likely intended as a tribute to the social benefactor and literary man Thomas Johnes (1748-1816), who devoted much of his life to his home region of Cardiganshire, where he served as a lord-lieutenant, a colonel in the militia, and an MP for the borough of Cardigan. Located in Cardiganshire, Western Wales, Hafodychtryd or Hafod for short, was Johnes's country estate. Hafod House, his principal residence, was erected in 1785 in the "gothic" style of Thomas Baldwin of Bath. Upon settling there, Johnes set about ameliorating the conditions of the local poor by providing them with comfortable housing and employing them in a planting project that would beautify the neighboring areas. In addition to his concern for social welfare, he was extremely interested in improving parts of Cardiganshire and actively involved himself in the building of roads and bridges. Born in Irthington in 1749, John "Warwick" Smith was an accomplished topographical draughtsman and watercolourist, who enjoyed the generous patronage of the Earl of Warwick. In addition to his fine engravings of Italy, he contributed numerous illustrations to topographical publications such as Select Views in Great Britain (1812), Views of the Lakes of Cumberland (1791-5), Tour through Wales (1794), and A Tour to Hafod (1810). In 1805, Smith became a member of the Watercolour Society, where he frequently exhibited his works. Cf. Abbey, Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland, 533; cf. Dictionary of National Biography. Hand-coloured aquatint engraving. Very good condition apart from some overall light foxing, mild rippling, and a small water stain in the bottom margin.

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        The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets

      London: for J. Nichols & Son; F. & C. Rivington; W. Otridge & Son; Leigh & Sotheby; and 44 others., 1810. With critical observations on their works. A new edition, corrected. In three volumes. 3 volumes, octavo (212 × 127 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, titles to spine gilt, black labels. Portrait frontispieces. Occasional light spotting and browning to edges and text. An excellent set. A later printing of the author's highly influential work of biography and criticism.

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        Cary's new itinerary : or, an accurate delineation of the great roads, both direct and cross, throughout England and Wales, with many of the principal roads in Scotland / from an actual admeasurement by John Cary.: .made by command of His Majesty's Postmaster General for official purposes under the direction and inspection of Thomas Hasker Esq., Surveyor and Superintendant of the Mail Coaches

      London : for J. Cary 1810 - Edition: 4th ed., with improvements. Other names: Great Britain. Post Office. Physical desc.: [94] p., 866 cols, 868-936, [12] p., fold. frontis. map : ill., [4] fold. maps, wdcut ; 8vo. Notes: First published in 1798. The Title page and dedication are engraved. Subject: Roads - Great Britain. Great Britain - Decsription and travel. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 936 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        RELATION DE L’EGYPTE PAR ABDEL-ATTIF, MEDECIN ARABE DE BAGDAD. Suivi de divers Extraits d’Ecrivains Orientaux, et d’un état des provinces et des villages de l’Egypte dans le XVe siècle : Le tout traduit et enrichi de notes historiques et critiques, par M. Silvestre De Sacy,

      Treuttel & Würtz 1810 - M. Silvestre De Sacy, Membre du Corps législatif, de la légion d’Honneur, et de l’Institut de France ; Associé de la Société royale de Göttingen, de l’Académie royale des sciences de Copenhague et de l’Institut royale de Hollande, associé ordinaire de l’Académie Italienne ; membre honoraire du Muséum de Francfort, et correspondant de la Société d’émulation de Cambrai et de celle d’Abbeville. Paris, Imprimerie Impériale, Treuttel & Würtz, 1810. In-4°, de 2 ff. [Dédicace de l’auteur à sa Majesté Impériale & royale] & XXVI-752 pp. Demi chagrin vert, dos à nerfs, filets et fleurons dorés, pièces de titre. Edition originale de cet ouvrage très rare, écrit par Abdellatif (sous le règne de la dynastie Ayyoubide et contemporain de Salah ed-din Ayyoub) 1160-1231, médecin et historien arabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - Paris, J. G. Dentu, 1810. 12,5x20 cm. Ouvrage en 3 volumes. Reliures de l'époque en demi-basane à petits coins. Plats recouverts de papier à motif raciné. Dos lisses ornés de bandes dorées. Titre sur pièces de couleur orangée. Tomaison sur pièces de forme ovale. Ensemble en excellent état et de belle présentation.

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        From the Library of New York Signer William Floyd

      New York 1810 - Signed Book. Hannah More, Coelebs in Search of a Wife: Comprehending Observations on Domestic Habits and Manners, Religion and Morals. New York, I. Riley, 1810. 5th American ed. Vol. 1 (of 2), 214 pp. Signed in ink on corner of flyleaf, "Wm. Floyd 1813." This is the 5th American edition of a popular moralistic novel by Englishwoman Hannah More, first published in 1809 and frequently reprinted on both sides of the Atlantic. Historical BackgroundWilliam Floyd (1734-1821) was a gentleman farmer from Brookhaven, Long Island, New York. He was a member of the Suffolk County Militia during the American Revolution, rising to major general. He represented New York in the First and Second Continental Congress (1774-1776), and signed the Declaration of Independence, after New York's legislature permitted its delegates to switch its vote to affirm the irrevocable step on July 9, 1776. Floyd was elected to the First Congress as an anti-Federalist, and served from 1789 to 1791. He later served in the state senate.Hannah More (1745-1833), educator, writer, and social reformer, was born in Stapleton, near Bristol, England. She became a teacher at her older sister's boarding school in Bristol, and wrote pastoral plays such as The Search after Happiness. More moved to London, into an elite literary and political circle which included Samuel Johnson, Edmund Burke, and William Wilberforce. She continued to write books, poems, and moralistic tracts such as Character of a Young Princess (1805), Christian Morals (1813), and Coelebs in Search of a Wife (1809). Her Village Politics, by Will Chip (1792) was designed to counter the radical political and religious views of Thomas Paine and the French Revolution. More also helped establish schools for the poor.ConditionContemporary half calf and paper boards (rubbed). Housed in modern custom leather clamshell box.ReferencesShaw & Shoemaker [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Asia Drawn by Electa Curtis

      Very good overall. A large child's manuscript map of Asia, ca. 1810, from the west coast of Africa to the Tasman Sea, and from the Arctic Ocean to Tasmania. Australia is called "New Holland" and "New South Wales"; India "Hindoostan"; China is called both "China" & "Chinese Tartary" & "Thibet" appears separately; Korea "Corea"; Japan is "Iles of Japan, Isles of Zezo and Iles of Leeo Keeo"; "Phillippine Iles"; "Burmah" encompasses Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos; Russia is "Russia in Asia" & "Kamchatka"; "Arabia"; "Persia", "Turkey", "New Guinea", Indonesia is "Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Moluccas Is. & Celebes". The Straights of Malacca are noted. Off the Australian coast, both "Dampiers Rocks" and "Tryal Rocks" are marked. Tasmania appears as an island. The Arctic Ocean is named, with "Novaya Zembla" marked. Off of Kamchatka, islands marked include Beerings I. and Andrean Islands, now Andreanof Islands in the Aleutian chain. The artist, Electa Curtis, was from western New York state, and was born ca. 1793. 17 x 22", drawn in pen, with original outline color, and the border colored yellow. In an early frame, and a little browned from the early wooden backing, with a slight tidemark in the lower right corner.

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        Vier und zwanzig Alte deutsche Lieder aus dem Wunderhorn mit bekannten meist älteren Weisen beym Klavier zu singen. (Hrsg. von Johann Nikolaus Böhl von Faber).

      Mohr und Zimmer,, Heidelberg, 1810 - Heidelberg, Mohr und Zimmer, 1810. 23x19 cm. 51 lithographierten Seiten. Mit Noten. OBr. Goed.VI 72,12. Mallon, Arnim 54. Mallon, Brentano 41. Winkler. Frühzeit der deutschen Lithographie. - Seltene erste Ausgabe, als zweiter Anhang zu "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" erschienen. Die Originalausgabe hatte keine Musiknoten. Vollständig in Lithographie hergestellt und eine der frühesten Inkunabeln der Lithographie. Der Lithograph Johann Anton André war Vertragspartner von A. Senefelder und Begründer der ersten Musikalien-Steindruckerei in Offenbach. - Inhalt: Der Falke. - Wassersnoth. - Das grosse Kind. - Klage und Trost. - Das Rautensträuchlein. - Das Mädchen und die Hasel. - Vertraue. - Käuzlein. - Der Odenwald. - Todesblumen. - Versprechen. - Brautlied. - Liebesdienst. - Die kranke Tochter. - Der Rosenschnee. - Rosmarin. - Fuhrmannslied. - Spinnerlied. - Trinklied [1]. - Trinklied [2]. - Trinklied [3]. - Trinklied [4]. - Ammen-Uhr. - Kinderlied. - (Rücken gebrochen, unten mit einer neuen Heftklammer. Einband mit Ein- und Abrissen, etwas fleckig. Winziger Stempel auf Titelblatt. Stellenweise leicht fingerfleckig). - Sehr selten. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Dobson, Philadephia 1810 - An inset map of the coast of southern Peru and northern Chile is present in the lower left corner, Size : 505x695 (mm), 19.875x27.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring browning along the folds, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Pictures of Grecian History,

      London - Darton, Harvey and Darton 1810 - A beautifully illustrated miniature book on the history of ancient Greece. First edition. With 48 engraved plates, each showing a different scene from Grecian history, and a description of each picture. With alist of furtherworks by this publisherto rear board. Condition: In a paper covered binding. Externally, worn and rubbed with backstrip missing and both boards tender. Internally, binding tender with front free endpaper and front blank detached but present. Generally bright with the odd spot and mark. Overall: GOOD ONLY [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Observations on the diseases of the army with notes, by Benjamin Rush

      Philadelphia: E. Earle, 1810. <p> From the Library or James Rush, Benjamin Rush&#39;s Son</p><p>Rush, Benjamin. Observations on the diseases of the army with notes, by Benjamin Rush. 8vo. xlvii, 411pp. Text woodcut. Tree sheep c. 1810, hinges cracked, light wear. Moderate toning as is common in American books of this period. Signature (dated 1813) of James Rush (1786-1869), son of Benjamin Rush, on the front paste-down; 19th century bookplate of the Ridgway branch of the Philadelphia Library (i.e., Library Company of Philadelphia), noting Rush&#39;s gift of this copy to the library. 20th cent. owner&#39;s bookplate.</p><p>First American edition of Garrison-Morton 2150, the work that founded modern military medicine. Pringle laid down the principles of military sanitation and hospital ventilation, pioneered in antisepsis, showed that jail and hospital fever are the same, improved ventilation of ships, barracks, jails and mines, correlated the different forms of dysentery, and coined the term "influenza." </p><p>Benjamin Rush (1745-1813), editor of the American edition, was Surgeon General during the Revolutionary War and author of the first American textbook on psychiatry (G-M 4924), as well as classic works on smallpox inoculation, yellow fever, and dengue fever (G-M 5422, 5453, 5470). His son James Rush, a physician and scholar, was the author of "The Philosophy of the Human Voice" (1827), a classic work in elocution and speech therapy. Upon his death James Rush left a large bequest to the Library Company of Philadelphia, which resulted in the foundation of the Ridgway Branch of that library. Austin 1565.</p>

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        A Dictionary of the English Language:

      London: for F. and C. Rivington, J. Waler, W. Lowndes, Scatcherd and Letterman, Wilkie and Robinson, and 35 others,, 1810. In Which The Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To Which are Prefixed A History of the Language and an English Grammar. In Two Volumes. The Tenth Edition, Corrected and Revised. 2 volumes, quarto (270 × 207 mm). Contemporary tree calf, spines elaborately gilt in compartments, red and black morocco labels, marbled endpapers, floral roll to boards gilt. Portrait frontispiece to volume I. Bindings a little rubbed and scuffed, edges foxed, contents very lightly toned and occasionally foxed. An excellent set. Tenth edition, corrected and revised. This copy in a superb contemporary binding.

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        Code d'instruction criminelle. Edition originale et seule officielle.

      Paris, Imprimerie imperiale, 1810.. In-16, plein veau marbre de l'epoque, dos lisse orne de compartiments richement dores, piece de titre de veau vert, tranches mouchetees, (4), 323 p. table incluse. Edition originale in-16°. Envisage des 1801, le Code d'instruction criminelle a ete promulgue le 16 novembre 1808. Il renferme le recueil de textes juridiques organisant la procedure penale en France. Pages 187 a 323 : table alphabetique des matieres avec la definition des termes utilises. Rare. Aucun exemplaire recense de cette edition originale in-16°: manque a la BnF, au CCFr et a Oclc. Bon exemplaire, imprime sur Hollande, bien relie a l'epoque..

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        Histoire De La République Romaine Depuis Sa Fondation Jusqu'au Règne D'Auguste : En 181 Gravures En Tailledouce / D'Après Les Dessins De S. D. Mirys

      Paris, J. H. Stone [Etc. ] 1810 - Physical desc. : 10 pp. Front. , 180 pl. 31 x 24 cm. Plates with engraved letterpress. Subject: Rome (Italy) . Contemporary aniline calf over matching buckram boards, very good. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and the title blocked direct in gilt. Minor generalized wear to the panel edges. Remains an uncommonly good example; scans on request. 2 Kg. 180 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historisch-Patriotische Bilder-Bibel. Ein eben so nützliches und lehrreiches, als unterhaltendes Bilderbuch für die Jugend und ihre Freunde. Mit 134 (?) überaus charakteristischen sauber illuminirten und schwarzen Kupfer-Abbildungen und zwey sehr guten Karten. In zwey Theilen. Vom Verfasser des Vater Hellmuth.

      Bruder und Hofmann, Leipzig 1810 - (1810). XVIII, 222, XX, 243 S. 2 Bände. Rot. Pp. mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. 16°. Mit 50 kolorierten Abb. auf 14 Kupferstich-Tafeln u. 2 gefalt. u. kolorierten Karten (1. Teil) und 17 kol. Abb. auf 9 Kupferstich-Tafeln (Teil 2). Erster Theil: Enthält die ganze Cultur-Geschichte des Menschen von Anbeginn bis auf die neueste Zeit. Zweyter Theil: Enthält die ausgesuchtesten Beyspiele der patriotischen und großen Handlungen aller Zeiten und Völker. - Erster Teil hier in 2. Auflage im Jahr der Erstausgabe, die mit einer Auflage von 3500 Exemplaren innerhalb von 9 Monaten ausverkauft war (Vorwort), die Tafeln durchgehend lückenlos nummeriert (1-14 und 1-9), Einbände etwas berieben, im Bereich der Gelenke ist das Bezugspapier meist abgeplatzt, Gelenke aber nicht gebrochen, Papier vereinzelt geringf. braunfleckig, gute Exemplare (siehe Wegehaupt 997, 998, 999) 1100 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A letter from Franco Andrea Bonelli to Antonio Maria Vassalli-Eandi 'A monsieur Vassalli-Eandi, Profess. d. Physique, Sécretaire perpétuel de l'Acad. Imp. des Sciences etc. Turin', Dated Genève, le 28 Juin 1810.

      - The letter contains 3 pages of written text and one page for the address. Franco Andrea Bonelli 1784-1830) was an Italian ornithologist, professor of Zoology at the Turin University and director of the zoological Museum. He published a work on the birds of Piemont 'Catalogue des Oiseaux du Piemont' in 1811, 2 birds are named after him 'Phylloscopus bonelli' and the 'Bonelli Eagle'. The letter is addressed to Antonio Maria Vassallo-Eandi (1761-1825), Italian scientist and director of the Turin Natural History Museum. Bonelli's letter describes bird observations during the months January to June 1810. The second half of the letter gives amongst others information about his project to describe the 'Carabiques des collections de . Jurine et Boissier' .

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        Traité d'équitation par De Montfaucon de Rogles, écuyer ordinaire de la petite écurie du roi, commandant d'équipage de feu monseigneur le Dauphin, nouvelle édition d'après celle du Louvre, Paris, Imprimerie de Madame Huzard, 1810.

      - 1 volume in-8° rel. pleine basane d'époque racinée, dos lisse décoré de frises dorées et d'urnes dorées, titre doré, toutes les tranches rouges, ex-libris, XX + 258 p. + IX planches, très bel état (une épidermure sur le plat inférieur).

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        The Compleat Angler

      London: Printed for S. Bagster, in the Strand, 1810 - A lovely copy of this fine Bagster ("so-called", according to Coigney) facsimile of the 1653 Walton - the first attempt to reproduce the charm of the original edition Bagster's facsimile of the 1653 First edition. 12mo (5-3/4 x 4-1/4 inches). Title engraving, text vignettes, 2 engraved plates of music, the second printed upside down, and the final leaf of ads. Full modern tan polished calf, gilt covers and spine with raised bands, green and brown morocco lettering pieces, marbled endpapers. Minor rubbing at extremities, otherwise a lovely copy. Coigney 20; Horne 20; Oliver 18 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Untersuchung über die Natur und die Ursachen des Nationalreichtums.

      Breslau und Leipzig, W. G. Korn, 1810. - 3 Bde. CIV, 412 SS. VIII, 631. VIII, 422 SS. Marmorierte Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückenschildchen. 8vo. Dritte deutsche Ausgabe des Klassikers der Nationalökonomie, lt. Roscher die erste gute Übertragung ins Deutsche. Nach der vierten englischen Ausgabe übersetzt von Chr. Garve u. A. Dörrien, hier erstmals um "Stewarts Nachricht von dem Leben und Schriften des Autors" vermehrt. Adam Smiths &#145;Inquiry to the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations&#146; (erstmals London 1776) "stellt kein System dar, aber als vorläufige Analyse ist das Werk völlig überzeugend. Die Sicherheit seiner Kritik und sein Verständnis der menschlichen Natur haben es zum ersten und zum bedeutendsten unter den klassischen Werken der modernen Volkswirtschaftslehre gemacht" (Carter/Muir, S. 410). - Die vorliegende Ausgabe hat vor allem als Mikrofilmedition Verbreitung in Bibliotheken gefunden (New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1976), das Originalwerk über OCLC in nur 4 Exemplaren nachweisbar. - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, sonst tadellos. Kress B 5757. Humpert 12751. Roscher, 603. Vgl. PMM 221. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Glig-gamena Angel-oeod, or, The sports and pastimes of the people of England : including the rural and domestic recreations, May-games, mummeries, pageants, processions, and pompous spectacles, from the earliest period to the present time

      London : Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, for White and Co.; Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme [and others], 1810. 2nd Edition. Finely bound in modern leather-backed, marbled boards. Very impressively finished. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine. Raised bands. Tidemark evident in text from prelims to about p.250. Minor library marks remain. Particularly well-preserved overall; tight and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. Physical description: xlix, [7], 357p. , XXXIX leaves of plates : col. Ill. (engravings) ; 29cm. Subjects: Sports - Games - Amusements - England - History. Referenced by: NSTC, S4213. "... Illustrated by engravings selected from ancient paintings; in which are represented most of the popular diversions " --title page.

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      Published by White And Co., 1810. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Large format. Full brown calf binding. Gilts and decorations to spine. 40 sepia plates. Including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May-Games, Mummeries, Pageants, Processions and Pompous Spectacles, From the Earliest Period to the Present Time: Illustrated by Engravings Selected from Ancient Paintings; In Which are Represented Most of the Popular Diversions. Printed by T.Bensley. Joints strengthened with fabric tape. A few light foxspots to prelims. Corners lightly bumped and rubbed. All plates present. [S]

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        An English creamware commemorative jug.

      circa 1810 - With loop handle, printed in black with a half-length portrait of Nelson, titled above, England Expects every Man to do his Duty and ADMIRAL LORD NELSON/Born Sept 29th. 1758 - Died Oct 21st 1805./Aged 47, below, the reverse with a map and text documenting the Battle of Trafalgar. 5¾ in. high(14.6 cm.) The present jug commemorates the life and achievements of Lord Nelson and his naval victory over the Napoleonic allied troops at Trafalgar in 1805. Often hailed as the most influential naval figure in British history, Lord Horatio Nelson was famed for his charismatic leadership in battle and for his skilled understanding of military strategy at sea. During the Battle of Trafalgar, in which Lord Nelson lost his life, the British marine forces, outnumbered by the enemy, was nevertheless able to defeat the Franco-Spanish fleet in what is still remembered as the most crucial naval victory of the British against Napoleon.

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        Encyclopädie der Heilwissenschaft. Erste Abtheilung. 1. - 3. Band., Erster Band: Die Propädeutik der Heilwissenschaft und die Naturwissenschaft. Zweyter Band: Die Naturwissenschaft des Menschen. Dritter Band: Krankheit und Heilung.

      Leipzig, Verlag Mitzky, 1810 - 1812. - XVI, 634, X, 746 und 368 Seiten Einband berieben, beim ersten Band ein großflächiger brauner fleck im unteren Bereich (nach hinten abnehmend, sonst teils deutlicher teils leicht fleckig. die auf dem Titel genannten zwei Kupfertafeln nicht vorhanden Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 900

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        TRAVELS THROUGH DENMARK AND SWEDEN. To Which is Prefixed, a Journal of A Voyage Down the Elbe From Dresden to Hamburgh. Including a Compendious Historical Account of the Hanseatic League. With Views from Drawings taken on the Spot by Dr Charles Parry.

      Wilkie and Robinson 1810 - 1st Ed. 2 vols. Sm. 4to. xxxix + 135pp. + xxix + vi + 224pp. + xxiv + 428 pp. + [ii]. Half titles present. [Without preliminary signatures b3 & b4 of vol. 1 but complete]. 13 sepia aquatint plates. Sporadic foxing, contemporary half calf with marbled boards, corners scuffed, blind filleted raised bands with gilt lettered title labels, minor rubbing, a very good set of this scarce work. Abbey 247.Pierre-Marie-Louis de Boisgelin de Kerdu, cousin of Jean of God-Raymond de Boisgelin de Cucé, born in 1758, died in 1816. A Knight of Malta he published in 1804 &#145;Ancient and Modern Malta&#146;.&#145;Travels Through Denmark and Sweden&#146; was to have been published &#145;some years&#146; previously, however &#145;the printing office at which it was printing having been burned down, the manuscript was consumed, which, with the author&#146;s absence from England, has hitherto retarded the publication. Since his return to this country, he has taken no small pains to make it a second time ready for press .&#146; Additional postage may be necessary US$829 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nueva real cédula de la compañia de Filipinas de 12 de Julio de 1803

      1810 - Maximum Spanish edict for government in the Philippines. 1803. Madrid. Imprenta de la viuda de Ibarra. In folio (330 mm x 225 mm). 2 ff. + 44 + 2 ff. Later half vellum over boards, slightly soiled. A fine and fresh copy, with all margins intact. A fine copy, printed on thick paper. The Cedula follows two previous ones made by Charles III in 1778 and 1785 (Real cedula de ereccion de la Compañia de Filipinas de 10 de marzo de 1785), amending and updating them. Under Carlos III a far-reaching change in Spanish colonial commercial policy was introduced, by which the government gradually removed the restrictions on trade between Spain and the colonies. The Compania de Caracas had lost its monopoly in 1781, although it had not been abolished. It had suffered financially during the American War of Independence, and in 1785 it stockholders accepted a proposal to dissolve the Company and to invest their capital in a new Company with a monopoly of trade with the Philippine Islands. The new organization, the Compania de Filipinas, succeeded in increasing trade between Spain and a hitherto dormant possession. Engraved royal arms of Charles V (1788 ¿ 1808) as frontispiece. Palau, 196279. Medina, Filipinas, 656. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poems; by Mary Russell Mitford.

      London: Printed by A. J. Valpy, Took's Court, Chancery-Lane; sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Pater-Noster Row. 1810 - HER FIRST BOOK. [2],iv,[7],6-144,[16]pp. With half title and final leaf of "Alterations". Contemporary tree calf, boards prettily gilt but lacks label and spine rubbed and worn, a fine fresh copy internally. CBEL 3, p.748. Her first publication. Jackson Romantic Poetry by Women 1(a). p. 219. Mary Russell Mitford, 1787-1855. She had considerable popularity both as a poet and dramatist, before her prose writings established her literary reputation. The present volume, her scare first work, contains "Lines, suggested by the uncertain fate of Mungo Park" and "Prologue; intended to have been spoken before the first part of Henry the Fourth, acted by the Gentlemen of Reading School Meeting, October 23, 1809.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [K 588]. Cosi fan tutte [Subtitle]: Dramma giocoso in due Atti... Partitura... Weibertreue oder die Madchen sind von Flandern komische Opera in Zwey Aufzugen. [Full score]

      Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 1363]. [1810]. Folio. Half dark blue morocco with raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (title), 3-154, [i] (blank), 155-269 pp. Engraved. With small oval handstamp of Lichtenberg&#39;s Verlag in Stuttgart in light purple ink to foot of title and verso of final leaf of Act I. Text in both Italian and German. &#11;&#11;Binding slightly worn, rubbed and bumped, minor darkening to edges. Slightly worn and soiled; very occasional small stains. A very good copy overall. . First Edition of the full score. Hirsch II 633 and Plate XXIII. Sonneck Dramatic Music p. 116. Hoboken Catalogue Vol. 12, 421 (containing both the text of the separately-paginated libretto and an additional title preceding the second act, not found in the present copy). RISM M4693. &#11;&#11;Cosi fan tutte, with text by Lorenzo da Ponte, was commissioned by Emperor Joseph II and first performed on January 26th 1790 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. &#11;&#11;Cosi was Mozart&#39;s "third collaboration with Da Ponte and the only one of the Da Ponte operas for which there is no direct literary source (although, like Don Giovanni, it has sources in Tirso de Molina). It may be that the libretto was wholly original to Mozart and the poet, for the subject is sometimes claimed to have been suggested to Mozart and Da Ponte by Joseph II himself, allegedly on the basis of a recent real-life incident..."&#11;&#11;"Così fan tutte is widely reckoned to be the most carefully and symmetrically constructed of the Da Ponte operas." Cliff Eisen et al in Grove online

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        "Ansicht vom Diana-Bad in der Leopoldstadt ...". Altkolorierte Umrissradierung aus ARTARIA, Mahlerische und merkwürdige Ansichten ..., Wien um 1820.

      . Bildformat 27 x 39,5 cm. Die heutige Obere Donaustraße am Donaukanal mit dem 1810 eröffneten zweistöckigen Bad, das später auch als Ballsaal adaptiert werden konnte (heute Nr. 93-95). 1867 wurde hier vom Wiener Männergesang-Verein erstmals der Strauß-Walzer "An der schönen blauen Donau" gesungen. Biedermeier-Staffage, im Hintergrund die Vorstadt Rossau. - Bis zum Plattenrand beschnitten.. Nebehay-Wagner 59/29.

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        A view of the bridge now building over the Thames at Vauxhall.

      London: 1810 - Image size 400 x 770mm. Framed size 690 x 1030 mm Fine condition. Presented in handmade gold leaf frame. Coloured aquatint. In 1800 George Dance junior, the City's Clerk of the Works, commissioned William Daniell (1769-1837) to paint in oils and make an official aquatint for his grandiose scheme for improving the Port of London. This artistic success inspired Daniell to publish a series of coloured aquatint river views. This view depicts the Vauxhall Bridge (the bridge was eventually opened in 1816, after a number of setbacks).

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        Port Folio War of 1812 Collection, 19 Engravings - 1810 to 1816 (American focus)

      Bradford & Inskeep and Others, Port Folio 1810-16 - A fantastic collection of Port Folio prints&#148; in very good+ condition from the Port Folio Magazine. Very early and in some cases possibly the first publishing of the subject. Each engraving has been washed and deacidified. Condition very good+. Year Title Individual Price for Reference only 1810 Copy of the Medal presented by Congress to Commodore Preble $145 1813 Capture of the British Sloop of War Frolic of 24 guns, by the U.S. Sloop War Wasp of 18 guns $225 1813 William Bainbridge, Esq. of the United States Navy $125 1813 James Lawrence Esqr. Late of the United States Navy. $225 1813 James Lawrence Esq. $395 1814 Peacock & L'Epervier $250 1814 O.H. Perry Esqr. of the United States Navy $150 1814 Wm. Henry Allen Esq. late of the United States Navy $125 1814 Capt.&#146; M.C. [JD] Elliott, US Navy $125 1815 Battle of Niagara (Lundy's Lane) $275 1815 South-east view of Sackett's harbour $250 1815 Attack on Fort Oswego $250 1815 A View of the Port of Buffaloe - Lake Erie $200 1815 A Plan of Fort Sandusky $195 1815 Lt. Col. Croghan $195 1815 James Biddle, Esq. of the United States Navy $145 1815 Major General Harrison $275 1816 Battle Monument in Baltimore $175 1816 Major General Brown, US Army $175 The Port Folio was a new type of American magazine, "Devoted to Useful Science, the Liberal Arts, Legitimate Criticism, and Polite Literature." It was a product of the new century, appearing first in January 1801. It began as a weekly issue until 1809, when it became monthly until its demise at the end of 1827. As with the many magazines that followed it, The Port Folio included numerous illustrations. These are some of the earliest images of North American views available to the general public and they are quite scarce today. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Lady of the Lake

      John Ballantyne & Co., Edinburgh, First edition, first impression. 1810 - Quarto (large paper). Measures 8 ¼ in. x 10 ¾ in. Pagination: [i]-cxxix (these pages are the "Notes" which in this copy are bound in at the front.) and [1]-290 pp. Portrait, titlepage, dedication page, argument page, halftitle for Notes, Notes with errata notice and imprint, contents page, flytitle for Canto 1, text with flytitles to all the Cantos present. The halftitle before the portrait is not present. Frontispiece portrait engraving of Scott by Heath after a painting by Saxon. (The lower edge of this portrait shows a small damp stain.) This copy has two of the four possible watermarks "1809" and "W. Balston 1810 4." It also has the correct e're reading on page 86. Without the line beginning: End, under the text on p. 288. Todd & Bowden press figure 11 on p. xxiv. Full red morocco with five raised bands on the spine, gilt titling and a design incorporating a shamrock form in compartments on the spine. Richly gilt borders around the covers with a gilt-stamped design in the center of the covers. All edges gilt, marbled end papers. This copy is preserved in a two-tone polished wood slip case. The binding shows skillful restoration to the top edge of the spine and the cover corners. Some rubbing is present to the outer cover hinges and to the cover edges. "Lady of the Lake" established the reputation of Scott, who is probably the most popular English author after Shakespeare. It was popular and widely read. Weight is 5.5 lbs. Postage may be extra for this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE LIFE AND EXPLOITS OF THE INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA. Translated from the original Spanish . by Charles Jarvis, Esq. Now carefully revised and corrected. To which is prefixed a copious and new life of Cervantes.

      Wiliam Miller, London 1810 - 4 vols. 4º. Retr. grab. (hum.), CXLIIIp, 1 mapa despl, 371p, 4 láms. grab. = IXp (hum.), 412p, 5 láms. grab. (hum.) = XVIp, 591p, 4 láms. grab. = XIp, 440p, 4h, 6 láms. grab. (hum. ). Tostadas páginas contiguas a láms. Hol. moderna, en estuche. "- Suñé 393: " Reimpresión, desde la portada hasta la última línea, de la edición de 1801 del mismo editor". Bella edición adornada con 20 láminas, ocho de las cuales son copias de la edición grande de la Academia (1780)." 1810

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        ESSAY ON THE WRITINGS AND GENIUS OF SHAKESPEARE, Compared with the Greek and French Dramatic poets. With some remarks upon the misrepresentations of Mons. de Voltaire

      London: Printed by Harding and Wright for R. Priestley, 1810. Sixth edition, corrected. To which are added, THREE DIALOGUES OF THE DEAD. 8vo, full period polished calf, the spine with raised bands gilt ruled and attractively decorated, gilt center tools in the compartments, gilt fillet lines on the upper and lower covers. xxiii, 296. A very handsome copy, very appealing and with only a hint of age to the binding. The interior is in a fine state of preservation. AN IMPORTANT PERIOD PIECE AND FINE ACADEMIC AND CLASSIC work of literary criticism, which strives to study Shakespeare in the context of the great Classical writers. Montagu includes chapters on: Dramatic Poetry, Historical Drama, Henry the IV both parts, Preternatural Beings, Macbeth, and the Death of Julius Caesar. Mrs. Montagu was well placed in literary circles of the day and was widely respected for her writing and study. She was considered an expert on Shakespeare and this book, reprinted a number of times is now quite scarce in fine contemporary condition.

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        ANNALS OF THE HONORABLE EAST-INDIA COMPANY. From their establishment by the charter of Queen Elizabeth, 1600, to the union of the London and English East-India Companies, 1707-8

      London, printed by Authority of the Honorable Court of Directors, 1810.. FIRST EDITION 1810, 3 volumes, complete set. 4to, approximately, 315 x 250 mm, 12½ x 10 inches, pages: viii, 1-572; [4], 1-677; [4], 1-693, all with half-titles, bound in half morocco, gilt lettering to spines, gilt top edges, marbled boards and endpapers. Volume 1 lacking pages 77-78, Volume 3 lacking pages 69-72, the same pages are missing in the Bodleian Library&#39;s set, the text appears complete, 22 pages of light foxing and 7 pages with slightly heavier foxing to Volume 1, shallow creases and scoring to some margins, looks like a paper fault, 2 small edge tears neatly repaired nowhere near text, light foxing to blank endpapers, bookplate on pastedowns and small bookseller&#39;s label to lower edge, a few small handling marks otherwise a very good tight clean set. See: Catalogue of the Goldsmiths&#39; Library of Economic Literature, Volume 2, page 86 Commerce section; The Kress Library of Business and Economics 1777-1817, page 284, B. 5619. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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