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        Recherches sur les moeurs des Fourmis indigènes.

      Paris/ Genève, J.J. Paschoud, 1810. 8vo (198 x 125mm). pp., xiii,(3), 328, with 2 engraved (1 hand-coloured) plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt ornamented spine, with red gilt lettered label, marbled sides. "His son, Jean-Pierre Huber or Pierre Huber (1777-1840), published in 1814 a new issue of his father's work. He also made a similar work for ants. Pierre Huber's book, 'Recherches sur les moeurs des Fourmis indigènes' published in 1810 (and translated into English in 1820 under the title 'The Natural History of Ants') was highly praised by Darwin who considered its author "a better observer even than his celebrated father." Pierre Huber made numerous ethological observations; for instance, he observed the relationship between aphids and ants. His most famous contribution is the discovery of slave-making ants" (J.M. Drouin, Between the French and the Darwinian revolution). A fine copy.//Provenance: Armorial bookplate with device 'Dieu, aide au premier baron chrétien'', of the Prince de Robech and bookplate of J. d'Aguilar.//Horn-Schenkling 10860.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        The Arabian Nights (5 Volumes Complete)

      Printed for William Miller, London 1810 - Bound in their original paper covered boards with original paper spines. Previous owner's inscription "Elizabeth Hutchinson" dated 1814. Page edges untrimmed - a few closed tears to margins but text unaffected. Volume I: 395pp. Volume II: 446pp. Volume III: 415pp. Volume IV: 456pp. Volume V: 491pp. Volume numbers to spines (title has been hand written in ink to each spine). Browning to page edges. General wear to extremities with corners bumped, rubbing to edges and discolouration to the paper boards in places. Spines are fragile with cracks to the paper. Overall a lovely set - rare in original binding. Images available on request.

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        Pueblo de Buenos Ayres. Desde que depositasteis el poder en nuestras manos quedaron las vuestras ligadas a la obediencia . . [First line].

      En la Real Imprenta de Niños Expósitos, Buenos Ayres 1810 - 3 pp. Sm. 8vo. (20 cm). 1 folded leaf. Dated 11 de Junio de 1810. Resolution of the Junta which directed a search for the perpetrators of an assault on the Fiscal del Crimen (the city prosecutor), Don Antonio Gaspe. According to Bartolomé Mitré, Gaspe had been attacked by 35 armed men (Historia de Belgrano y de la independencia argentina, V. 1, p. 571). Fearful of anarchy, the Junta directed the Mayors to take the necesssary actions to limit crime, to arrest those with weapons, to limit gatherings, etc. No other copies known at auction since the Oscar Carbone sale of 1968 (lot 356). OCLC shows only two copies: JCB and Berkeley. Furlong III 1961. Zinny: Bibliografía histórica p.52: No. 22. Medina: Vireinato Río de la Plata 781. Fors: Imprenta de los Niños p. 36. A very good copy, soiling on lower margin. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Junta Provisional Gubernativa de las Provincias del Rio de la Plata, por el Sr. D. Fernando VII. Por quanto esta Junta tiene por conveniente recordar a los habitantes de esta Capital, las disposiciones concernientes, a la policia de ella.

      En la Real Imprenta de Niños Expósitos [1810], Buenos Ayres - 3 pp. 8vo. Unbound. 9 August 1810. The articles call for the improvement and cleaning of the streeets, both large and narrow, as well as the removal of garbage, prohibits throwing debris or dead animals in public walkways or parks, and calls for the killing of all dogs within the city ("que se maten todos los perros de la ciudad y sus arrabales,") etc. No other copies known at auction since the Oscar Carbone sale of 1968 (lot 358). OCLC shows only one copy at JCB. Furlong III, 1905; Zinny: Bibliografía histórica p.55: No. 30. Medina: Vireinato Río de la Plata 789. Fors: Imprenta de los Niños p. 35. Tiny tear at top margin else a near fine unbound, untrimmed copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les Voyages de Kang-Hi ou Nouvelles Lettres Chinoises

      Paris, de l'Imprimereie de P. Didot l'Aîné, M.DCC.X (1810). - 2 volumes in-16, cartonnage bleu marbré d'époque, XXVIII-238 pp.-289 pp., enrichis de 3 planches dépliantes, très bon état. In fine, bibliographie des ouvrages écrits sur la Chine. Fiction à travers des échanges épistolaires, dans la tradition des ouvrages du XVIIIe siècle. "Un Chinois voyage en Europe avec sa femme. L'époque de son arrivée à Paris est fixée en 1910." C'est l'occasion pour l'auteur de comparer les moeurs opposées des deux extrémités du monde. La fiction du voyage dans le temps "permet de représenter, comme s'ils existaient, les changements que doivent amener les découvertes appliquées à l'?0conomie domestique et les perfectionnements de l'industrie." Entre la science-fiction et le récit de voyage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire De La R?publique Romaine Depuis Sa Fondation Jusqu'au R?gne D'Auguste : En 181 Gravures En Tailledouce / D'Apr?s Les Dessins De S. D. Mirys

      Paris, J. H. Stone [Etc. ], 1810, Hardback, First EditionContemporary 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. ; 180 pages; Physical desc. : 10 pp. Front. , 180 pl. 31 x 24 cm. Plates with engraved letterpress. Subject: Rome (Italy) .

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        GENERAL VIEW OF THE AGRICULTURE OF THE HEBRIDES, OR WESTERN ISLES OF SCOTLAND [G]

      London: Richard Phillips, Et Al. Good with no dust jacket. 1810. Hardcover. Agriculture; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Maps; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; vii,824 pages; [Scotland/Agriculture]. James MacDonald. General View Of The Agriculture Of The Hebrides, Or Western Isles Of Scotland. Lon: Richard Phillips, et al, 1810. 8vo. Vii,824pp. Contemporary full morocco, edges red. Presentation inscription on blank leaf by widow of Sir John MacGregor Murray (dated ''1810''). 5 folding engraved maps. 1st edition. Front joint cracked, spine worn. Occasional foxing, last third of text and foldout maps partly dampstained/toned. I find no recorded sales for this book although the 1811 issue had a single sale in 1979 at Sotheby's. Provenance- armorial bookplate of Ard Choille . Graphics of tp and map also available. Rare ; 0 .

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        Pietas Londinensis: The History, Design, and Present State of the Various Public Charities in and near London,

      Richard Phillips, London 1810 - 8vo. xxix,(i),984pp followed by 4pp. publisher's catalogue. Half-title present. Early binding of full polished calf; spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt. Gilt borders and inner dentelles to the boards. Nicely and nearly invisibly rebacked with the original backstrip laid on and retaining the original drab endpapers. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Amour dansant avec deux des Graces et Accompagnant sa danse du son de crotales.

      Paris 1810 - Image Size : 470x640 (mm), 18.5x25.125 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 535x730 (mm), 21x28.75 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        The principles of surgery. Abridged by J. Augustine Smith . . . Valentine Mott's copy

      New York: Collins and Perkins, 1810. <p>Bell, John (1763-1820). The principles of surgery. Abridged by J. Augustine Smith . . . with notes and additions. xii, 562pp. 7 plates, text illustrations. New York: Collins and Perkins, 1810. 210 x 130 mm. 19th century tree calf, front hinge cracked, light wear and rubbing, front endpaper loosening. From the library of Valentine Mott (1785-1865), with his signature on the title; stamp of the Mott Memorial Medical and Surgical Library on the title and a few other places.</p><p>First American Edition. From the library of Valentine Mott, the most celebrated American surgeon of the first half of the nineteenth century. Mott was a pioneer in vascular surgery: In 1818 he became the first to tie the innominate artery (see Garrison-Morton 2942), and in 1827 he performed the first successful ligation of the common iliac artery (see Garrison-Morton 2950). He was one of the first American surgeons to successfully amputate at the hip joint (see Garrison-Morton 4451.1) and to excise the jaw for necrosis (see Garrison-Morton 4447). </p>

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        Praktisches Handbuch für Uhrmacher, Uhrenhändler, und für Uhrenbesizzer. Oder vollständiges Lexikon und Erklärung der Begriffe und der Kunstwörter, welche bey der Verfertigung, bey der Reparatur, und bey dem Gebrauche aller Arten von Uhrwerken, nebst denen dazu gehörigen Werkzeugen und andern Einrichtungen, vorkommen. Neue Ausgabe. Erster Band.

      Leipzig, Sommer, 1810,. 8vo. Mit 12 gef. Kupfertaf. XX, 412 S. Hldr. d. Zeit m. goldgeprägt. Rückentitel.. Nur Band 1 (von 2) mit den Buchstaben A-Q, aber mit allen Tafeln des gesamten Werkes. - Die erste Ausgabe erschien 1799 als theoretisch-praktisches Wörterbuch der Uhrmacherkunst und erreichte unter diesem Titel nicht viel Zuspruch, so daß es unter verändertem Titel in erweiterter Form zu vorliegender Neuausgabe kam (Vorwort). - Einband etw. berieben, Ecken bestoßen. Vorsätze leimschattig. Teils etw. gebräunt, einige Taf. im Rande etw. verknickt. Wohlerhaltener Band. - Selten.

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        Fairburn&#39;s Second Edition of Magna Charta; With the Petition of Right . . . Also the Bill of Rights, of the People of England . . . With an Engraved Frontispiece of Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. M.P. and his Letter to the Speaker of the House of Commons &c

      London: Published by John Fairburn, 146, Minories, 1810. Modern calf, the pine neatly gilt ruled, crimson morocco label, double gilt ruled and lettered; with both title pages and the portrait of Burdett Second edition of Fairburn&#39;s English translation of King John&#39;s Magna Charta, among the first to be made following Blackstone&#39;s scholarly edition in Latin some decades previously, complemented by the Petition of Right and the English Bill of Rights

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        Lough Dochart, Western Highlands, Scotland

      published by F.J. Sargent, London 1810 - Hand-coloured aquatint engraving by F.J. Sargent after J. Walmsley, backed onto early card mount. A highly atmospheric and lyrical view of `a place of retirement and peace' (Dorothy Wordsworth) Firmly in the 'picturesque' school of painters, Walmsley here shows an early summer morning on Loch Dochart, in Perthshire, Scotland: two travellers make an early start and the mist is still to be burnt off the waters by the newly risen sun, to the right the ruins of a castle are given a romantic air by the surrounding vegetation and the strongly-shadowed morning light. The Loch lies at the western end of Glen Lochart, a mile to the east of Crianlarich and in the shadow of Ben More.

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        Cromwelliana. A Chronological Detail Of Events In Which Oliver Cromwell Was Engaged; From The Year 1642 To His Death 1658: With A Continuation of other Transactions, To The Restoration

      Machell Stace, Westminster 1810 - 196 pages. Folio, 31 x 19 cm. Five engraved plates; extra-illustrated with insertion of forty engraved portraits, views and historical scenes. LOWNDES 560, attributes this work to Machell Stace. Rubbing to covers and extremities, raised bands; generally a sound and firm copy. Contemporary three quarter brown morocco and marbled boards with matching endpapers. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History of Little Fanny, Exemplified in a Series of Figures. The Fifth Edition.,

      S. and J. Fuller, London 1810 - 4 by 5 inches. 16pp. Printed wrappers. Complete with handcolored figures as follows: removable head, seven costume and three hats. The costumes have a pocket built into the reverse to accommodate Fanny's head as she take on each persona in the soryline.Title leaf, followed by thirteen pages of rhyming verse then a final blank. Housed in original printed slipcase. The booklet is lightly soiled and worn but still in very good condition. The slipcase is worn and quite rubbed and soiled and separated along one side See Osborne p. 418 (4th edition). Rare in any condition and nearly unheard of with all of the pieces. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE BOOK CONTAINING THE TREATISES OF HAWKING; HUNTING; COAT-ARMOUR; FISHING; AND BLASING OF ARMS. AS PRINTED AT WESTMINSTER BY WYNKYN DE WORDE . . . MCCCCLXXXXVI. [preceded by] HASLEWOOD, JOSEPH. LITERARY RESEARCHES INTO THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK OF SAINT ALBANS

      London: Reprinted by Harding and Wright, 1810. ONE OF 150 COPIES n. Hardcover. As Beautiful and Fine as any Binding We&#39;ve Owned from the Period. 279 x 191 mm (11 x 7 1/2"). 2 p.l., 104 pp; [182] pp. ONE OF 150 COPIES. SUPERB CONTEMPORARY BURGUNDY STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, RICHLY TOOLED IN GILT AND IN BLIND, BY CHARLES HERING (his ticket on verso of front free endpaper), covers with blind-tooled frame of drawer handles and flowers bordered with gilt rules, central panel with gilt filigree cornerpieces and large blind-tooled arabesque centerpiece, raised bands, spine panels elegantly tooled in gilt, with blindstamped tools at corners, gilt titling, wide inner gilt dentelles, lavender watered silk endleaves with decorative gilt borders, all edges gilt. In an excellent modern red cloth slipcase. With three large woodcuts based on those in the 1496 edition, numerous woodcuts of fishing implements and heraldic shields in the text, and with the printer&#39;s device of Wynkyn de Worde and that of William Caxton in the colophon and following the index. Front pastedown with the engraved armorial bookplate of Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery; half title with neat ink stamp of "Rosebery / Durdans" (see below). The faintest touch of rubbing to front joint, flyleaves a bit browned, second half of work with inoffensive offsetting in text bed, minor offsetting from printers&#39; devices, occasional mild foxing or tiny rust spots, otherwise an excellent, fresh copy internally, and THE GORGEOUS BINDING IN VERY FINE CONDITION, lustrous and virtually unworn. This is a facsimile of the 1496 printing by Wynkyn de Worde of the first modern edition of the classic work on hunting, hawking, fishing, and heraldry, our copy with distinguished provenance and in a very striking binding--in extraordinarily fine condition--by the best English binder of the early 19th century. The "Book of St. Albans" was traditionally attributed to a Benedictine prioress, Dame Juliana Berners (b. 1388), which gave her the distinction of being the earliest known female author in English. However, in his scholarly introduction, Joseph Haslewood (1769-1833) determines that only the work on hunting, and a portion of that on hawking, may comfortably be attributed to her. The other sections on heraldry, angling, and the details of hawking are translations (possibly done by Berners) of earlier works, probably in French. A bibliographer, antiquary, and founding member of the Roxburghe Club, Haslewood was well respected as an editor of early English literature (see, for example, items #69 and 70, below). Charles Hering (d. ca. 1812) was the most distinguished and influential English binder of the first decade of the 19th century, and although his career was brief (from about 1795-1812), Ramsden focuses on his work as representing the transition in binding styles from those of the German émigrés of the late 18th century to the new generation of binders headed by Lewis. Dibdin states that until "the star of Charles Lewis rose above the bibliopegistic horizon, no one could presume to &#39;measure business&#39; with [Hering]. There was a strength, squareness, and a good style of work about his volumes which rendered him deservedly a great favourite." (The Hering family workshop was continued, though with less distinction, by Charles Jr. and his brothers James and Henry into the 1830s.) The present item was once owned by Archibald Primrose (1847-1929), 5th Earl of Rosebery and 1st Earl of Midlothian, a Liberal politician who served briefly as Britain&#39;s prime minister in 1894-95. A fabulously wealthy man who then married the greatest heiress of the day, Hannah de Rothschild, Rosebery was able to indulge his passions for racehorses and for collecting books. The stamp on the title page indicates this volume resided at Durdans, the house in Epsom where he spent his final years.

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        [Twelve Plays from The Mirror of Taste and Dramatic Censor]: 1. The Foundling of the Forest; 2. Man and Wife; or, More Secrets Than One; 3. Venoni, or the Novice of St. Mark&#39;s; 4. A New Way To Pay Old Debts; 5. Alfonso, King of Castile; 6. The Free Knights, or, The Edict of Charlemagne; 7. Riches; or, The Wife and Brother; 8. The Exile; 9. Emilia Galotti; 10. The Bondman; 11. The Maid of Honour; 12. The Fatal Dowry

      Philadelphia: Published by Bradford and Inskeep [et al.]. 1810. First. Magazine supplements. 12 plays (each issued with a separate title page and pagination) bound together in one volume. Octavo. Contemporary half calf and marbled paper boards. Early owner&#39;s signature: "Evan Thomas" on the title page of the first play. Ex-library copy with bookplate. Both boards are detached, the spine back is degraded, else a good sound copy. A very scarce bound volume of the first twelve plays originally issued as monthly supplements in the magazine: The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, edited by Stephen Cullen Carpenter. Carpenter&#39;s monthly theatrical review was the most important magazine of its time devoted to the American theatre (and the only one which outlasted a single theatrical season). The twelve plays are bound in consecutive order as issued in each monthly number. A detailed list is available on request. .

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        mo-RE tal-mi-DIM The Scholar's Instructor, an HEBREW GRAMMAR, (with points,) by Israel Lyons, Formerly Teacher of the Hebrew Language in the University of Cambridge. The Third Edition Revised and Corrected by Henry Jacobs, Author of "The Hebrew Guide."

      W. H. Lunn, Classical Library, London, Great Britain 1810 - Apparently original binding. Very attractive 3/4 leather with marbled paper, gilt lettering on spine. Attractive bookplate on front pastedown with the mottos: serioghail mo dhream [= Royal is my race ((motto of descendants of some Celtic royalty)).] ard choille [= the wooded heights]. Light water stain on bottom of some pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Uitgegeven door de Maatschappij tot nut van 't algemeen.

      Leyden, Deventer en Groningen, bij D. du Mortier en Zoon, a.o. 1810. [Oranda Bunten kohen sekuron. Edo, Kaei 1 (1848). 8vo (260 x 180mm). 49 leaves, with woodcut frontispiece of a Dutch school, showing children and the master with a whip. Additional Japanese and Dutch title at the beginning and at the end. Original paper wrappers, with printed label in Japanese on frontcover, bound in the Japanese manner. Text entirely executed in woodcut, printed on Japanese rice paper. Included is a letter of the librarian of the 'Ministerie van Kolonien', saying that the book had been part of their library but was sold in 1895 to the The Hague firm Nijhoff. The text of the Dutch edition was first written out by hand and than engraved in relief. The present work is the rare first edition of the first syntax of the Dutch language printed in Japan. Mitsukuri Genpo was one of the well known Dutch scholars, rangakusha, who introduced through Dutch studies Western learning to Japan. //Provenance: Small circular library stamp 'Ministerie van Kolonien'.//Kerlen p. 523.

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        Two Portraits: Boy with Hoop and Young Girl in a Landscape

      London, ca. 1810]. 10 x 7-1/2 inches (images. Watercolor on card, first drawing signed lower right. Framed and glazed . "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

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        Ansichten von Palestina (Palestine, Jérusalem)

      1810 - Leipzig, Baumgärtner, 1810. In-folio oblong, 20 p. et 12 planches (légendées en allemand et français), reliure d'époque (modeste). Livraison complète des 12 grandes vues gravées sur cuivre d'après Luigi Mayer, artiste de l'école de Piranèse. L'ouvrage entier compte 24 planches. * Journal général de la littérature étrangère, 1811, p. 19 ; Engelman, I, 156. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable.

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        Das Bischöfliche Bergschloss Seckau nächst Leibnitz

      Stöckl Wien 1810 - Aquarellierte Umrissradierung, Blatt: 46,5 x 40 cm; das Blatt wurde leider für eine Einrahmung an drei Seiten an den Rändern verkleinert, der untere Rand mit dem Titel der Radierung wurde verschont; Bild 26,5 x 40,5 cm; Gesamtansicht des Schlosses in Seckau, mit Fluss, Brücke, Schäfer, Mühle und Bäume im Vordergrund; das Bild ist gut erhalten die Farben aber teilweise vergilbt besonders das Blau, Blatt leicht braunfleckig und das Papier vergilbt oder staubig; seltenes Blatt in einer Reihe von Veduten von Stöckl in Wien gedruckt;;

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        A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels, in all parts of the world; many of which are now first translated into English

      Philadelphia: Kimber & Conrad (pr. by Brown & Merritt), 1810&#150;12.

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        Wonderful autograph manuscript invitation from the Chancellor of Russian asking US Minister to Russia, John Quincy Adams, to dinner, docketed on the verso in Adams' hand

      Autograph manuscript invitation, docketed on the verso in the hand of John Quincy Adams, September 1810, no place, 2 pps. with writing on recto and verso, 8.5" x 7.5" Invitation is written in French, by the Chancellor of Russia asking John Quincy Adams, then United States Minister to Russia, to dinner, docketed on the verso by Adams: "Romanzoff - Count 3/15 Septr. 1810". With remnants of original wax seal. Original marks from folding and opening, fine condition. This handwritten invitation in French was sent from the Chancellor of Russia, Count Nicholas Romanzoff (Nikolay Rumyantsev), dates to John Quincy Adams' term as United States Minister to Russia. John Quincy Adams' "acceptance of appointment by President James Madison as minister to St. Petersburg in 1809 evoked severe criticism, even from his parents. Adams defended his action, however, as one of principle against political factionalism. He achieved some trade concessions while in Russia and served as an intermediary in Czar Alexand

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        Ichthyologie de Nice ou histoire naturelle des poissons du departement des Alpes Maritimes.

      Paris, F. Schoell, 1810. 8vo (220 x 140mm). pp. xxxvi, 388, with 11 fine handcoloured engraved plates. Old paper wrappers, new paper spine with old lettered label, uncut. The rare coloured issue of this important work on the ichthyologie of Nice. Joseph Antoine Risso (1777-1845) had a broad interest in natural history, 'no one knew more about the natural history of the Piedmont Region and the shores of Nice' (Damkaer p. 163). Together with Poiteau he published a splendid work on oranges and he was the author of a number of natural history books concerning the Nice area. It was due to him that the Natural History Museum of Nice opened its doors in 1846.//Dean II, 350; Nissen ZBI, 3430.

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        Zur Farbenlehre. With: (2) GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. Erklärung der zu Goethe's Farbenlehre gehörigen Tafeln. (3) GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. Anzeige und Uebersicht des Goethischen Werkes zur Farbenlehre - Ein Heft mit XVI. illuminirten Kupfertafeln und deren Erklärung.

      Tübingen [and Vienna], J.G. Cotta [and in Commission bey Geistinger] 1810 [and 1812]. 2 text-volumes and 1 plates-volume. 8vo (text) and 4to (plates). pp. xlviii, 654; xxviii, 758; 24; 12, with 17 engraved plates (12 hand-coloured). Paper boards (text) and half morocco (plates). First edition of text-volumes of Goethe's work on colours, accompanied in a separate volume by the second edition of the 'Erklärung, Anzeige', and engraved plates. The first volume contains an exposition of Goethe's theories, whereas the second volume is a historical survey of the development of colour theories from the Greeks to his own time./''Goethe propounded that colours result from mixing light with darkness via the intervention of a turbid medium. The colour effects of turbid media were an 'Urphänomen', an ultimate, which itself cannot be explained but from which all that we observe can be made intelligible. His principle that the student of nature must think only in terms of what he sees, and that in numerical representation of concrete phenomena some of their essential conditions will inevitably be ignored placed him opposite adherents of mathematical physics'' (DSB ). As a consequence Goethe fiercely attacked Newton and the latter's demonstration that white light is composite and the basis of other colours. /Goethe's 'Farbenlehre' is today mostly known for the clash between his concept of a directly, perceptible sensory world and Newton's world of mathematical quantitativeness./The first edition of 'Zur Farbenlehre' was published in 1810. The 'Anzeige und Uebersicht des Goethischen Werkes zur Farbenlehre' was first published separately in a magazine, 'Morgenblatt für gebildete Stände' (Hagen 347b), but was re-issued in the same year together with the 'Erklärung der zu Goethe's Farbenlehre gehörigen Tafeln' in a separate volume (Hagen 347c and 347d). At the publication of the second edition of 'Zur Farbenlehre' in 1812 (Hagen 348), these two additional tracts were also republished and many printing errors were corrected./Some slight browning and foxing. A good set of this classic study.//DSB V, pp. 442-446; Hagen I 347, 348b, 348c.

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        Ankündigung des Königl. Poliklinischen Instituts auf der Universität zu Berlin nebst den Gesetzen desselben.

      - Berlin, in Commission der Realschul-Buchhandlung, October 1810, 8°, 56 pp., Broschur der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe der seltenen Separatausgabe! - Erstdruck! - Christoph Wilhelm "Hufeland (hat) bereits bei der Gründung der (Humboldt) Universität (Oktober) 1810 darauf gedrungen, auch eine Poliklinik zu errichten, um den Studenten Gelegenheit zu geben, ihre theoretischen Kenntnisse in die Praxis umzusetzen. Als Vorbild für diese Klinik diente ihm diejenige, die er in Jena errichtet hatte, in der er sich täglich mit seinen Studenten traf. Hufeland blieb Direktor dieser Klinik bis zum Jahre 1833, in dem er seinem Assistenten Osann die Verantwortung übertrug. Nach dessen Tod im Jahre 1842 übernahm Romberg die Leitung. Diesem gelang es 1850 für diese Klinik neue und größere Gebäude zu erwerben, die in unmittelbarer Nähe der Chirurgischen Klinik in der Ziegelstraße lagen". - Rolf Winau, Medizin in Berlin, pp.146ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SIROPS ET CONSERVES DE RAISINS (1810).

      Paris 1810 - 8º mayor (21 cm.) 386 p. Encuadernación holandesa, piel (posterior S.XX). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Grapes] The Frankindale

      [London]: G. Brookshaw, 1810. Aquatint engraving, with some stipple, printed in colours and finished by hand. In good condition with some expertly repaired marginal tears. Image size: 16 x 13 inches. Sheet size: 22 ½ x 17 ¾ inches. A fine image from Brookshaw&#39;s masterpiece: &#39;Pomona Britannica; or, A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits&#39;. George Brookshaw&#39;s &#39;Pomona Britannica&#39; is the finest work on fruit and flowers ever produced. Its breathtaking images display a level of technical virtuosity and beauty that distinguish this magnificent work as a true work of art. As a retired cabinetmaker, Brookshaw produced his seminal botanical study late in his career, at first publishing it in parts and then as a complete edition in 1812. The fact that this outstanding work took ten years to complete is evident in the quality of its images and the care with which Brookshaw executed each individual picture. &#39;Pomona Britannica&#39; was produced as a visual record of the best available varieties of fruit in an attempt to encourage gardeners to experiment with growing fruit, and illustrates examples found in the Royal gardens at Hampton Court, Kensington Gardens, and the private gardens of the Prince of Wales in Blackheath. &#39;Pomona Britannica&#39; differs from other botanical works in its dark aquatinted backgrounds and its stylized compositions. By using aquatint to create a contrasting background, Brookshaw manages to produce a truly dramatic effect. His use of stylized composition distinguishes his pictures from the dry scientific illustrations found in other botanical studies and creates an exceptionally beautiful visual experience. &#39;Pomona Britannica&#39; is not only a didactic study, it is a masterpiece of illustration in which every picture is a testament to the artist&#39;s talent and ingenuity. Cf. Dunthorne 50; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.81; cf. Nissen BBI 244; cf. Sandra Raphael Oak Spring Pomona 40a.

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        Reise um die Welt in den Jahren 1803, 1804, 1805 und 1806 auf Befehl seiner Kaiserlichen Majestät Alexander des Ersten auf den Schiffen Nadeshda und Newa...

      St. Petersburg, gedruckt in der Schnoorschen Buchdruckery, auf Kosten des Verfassers, 1810-1812. 3 volumes. 4to (265 x 215mm). pp.(8), xx, 353, (1); (4), 436; (4), iv, 376,(2), with 1 folded table. Contemporary calf, spines with 2 gilt lettered labels (slightly rubbed). Very rare text volumes of the first Russian circumnavigation of the globe. A large folio atlas accompanying the German text was published in 1814. The work was first published in Russian in St.Peterburg 1809-1812 likewise in 4to. "Its historic importance lies in the fact that the expedition commanded by Kruzenshtern was the first Russian circumnavigation of the globe, during which two ships - the Nadezhda and the Neva - visited and chartered the North Pacific area, including Alaska. They also discovered a number of hitherto unknown islands in the South Pacific" (Lada-Mocarski 62)./Second volume with some slight occasional marginal staining, the third volume with strong browning at the lower margin of the first 25 leaves sometimes affecting the printed text, the same to the last 10 leaves. The collation is similar to Lada-Mocarski, with one acception that our copy of the 3rd volume has one more leaf at the beginning; leaf 359/360 is numbered twice as is correct.//Arctic Bibliography 9377; Lada-Mocarski 62; Nissen ZBI, 2310.

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        Les Polynésiens et leurs migrations. Première partie : Caractères généraux de la race polynésienne. Seconde partie : Origine et migrations des Polynésiens.

      Paris Arthus Bertrand () - In-4, 200 pp., IV cartes dépliantes H.T. Cartonnage moderne plein papier, titre doré au dos, couverture conservée.(quelques piqures sur les trois premiers feuillets, deux cartes tachées dans la marge). Édition originale. O'Reilly & Reitman 4523 : Quatrefages (1810-1892), naturaliste français, fut nommé en 1855 à la chaire d'anatomie et d'ethnologie du Museum d'histoire naturelle de Paris, qu'il occupa avec éclat. A une époque historique et qui ne remonte guère plus haut que l'ère chrétienne, par voie de migration volontaire ou de dissémination involontaire, les premiers Polynésiens, venant des archipels orientaux de l'Asie, sont arrivés à Samoa et Tonga. De là, ils sont passés dans les lieux de habitat actuel à des époques différentes." Très important ouvrage pionnier dans l'analyse et la pensée ethnographique, Quatrefages fut le premier à émettre et affirmer l'hypothèse de l'origine des peuples Polynésiens, ceux-ci auraient pour origine une migration venue d'Asie et non l'Amérique du Sud, comme l'affirmaient, jusqu'à peu, nombre de scientifiques. Cette hypothèse fut confirmée dans la seconde partie du XXe siècle, entre autres, par l'étude de la botanique et et la linguistique dans les ilôts polynésiens. Il est démontré que ces populations sont d'origine du Sud-Est asiatique, de la région de Taïwan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Four original watercolors for Marmion, Lay of the Minstrel and Lady of the Lake

      n.p., 1809; 1810 - Four original watercolors for illustrations to the John Sharpe editions of Scott's Lay of the Minstrel, Marmion, and Lady of the Lake. Westall (1765- 1836) was a successful painter and illustrator of the neo-Classical and Romantic eras, known for his portraits of Byron and other authors and his book illustrations to, among many, the works of Scott and Shakespeare Approx 9 x 7 inches. 4 watercolors on artist's board, with copies of the published engravings made from the watercolors included. Small chip to lower right corner of one watercolor to Marmion, else fine. Matted

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        Kosmographische Entwickelung (sic!) der vornehmsten Begriffe und Kentnisse welche bey der zweckmäßigen Benutzung der künstlichen Himmels- und Erdkugel erforderlich sind., Mit Rücksicht auf die beiden neuen geographischen Institute zugleich erschienen zwölfzöllige Globen.

      Weimar im Verlage des geographischen Instituts, 1810 - XX, 291 S., XVI S. Anhang mit einer mehrfach ausfaltbaren Tafeln (zeigt die zwei neuen Globen) Poggendorff II, 1225,- Houzeau-L. 9799,- Erste Ausgabe des sehr seltenen und wichtigen Werkes in gutem Erhalt. Adels Ex-Libris auf dem Innendeckel, minimal fleckig. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 8° Halblederband der Zeit mit farbigem goldgeprägtem Titelrückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE BOOK CONTAINING THE TREATISES OF HAWKING; HUNTING; COAT-ARMOUR; FISHING; AND BLASING OF ARMS. AS PRINTED AT WESTMINSTER BY WYNKYN DE WORDE . . . MCCCCLXXXXVI. [preceded by] HASLEWOOD, JOSEPH. LITERARY RESEARCHES INTO THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK OF SAINT ALBANS

      London: Reprinted by Harding and Wright, 1810. ONE OF 150 COPIES n. Hardcover. As Beautiful and Fine as any Binding We&#39;ve Owned from the Period. 279 x 191 mm (11 x 7 1/2"). 2 p.l., 104 pp; [182] pp. ONE OF 150 COPIES. SUPERB CONTEMPORARY BURGUNDY STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, RICHLY TOOLED IN GILT AND IN BLIND, BY CHARLES HERING (his ticket on verso of front free endpaper), covers with blind-tooled frame of drawer handles and flowers bordered with gilt rules, central panel with gilt filigree cornerpieces and large blind-tooled arabesque centerpiece, raised bands, spine panels elegantly tooled in gilt, with blindstamped tools at corners, gilt titling, wide inner gilt dentelles, lavender watered silk endleaves with decorative gilt borders, all edges gilt. In an excellent modern red cloth slipcase. With three large woodcuts based on those in the 1496 edition, numerous woodcuts of fishing implements and heraldic shields in the text, and with the printer&#39;s device of Wynkyn de Worde and that of William Caxton in the colophon and following the index. Front pastedown with the engraved armorial bookplate of Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery; half title with neat ink stamp of "Rosebery / Durdans" (see below). The faintest touch of rubbing to front joint, flyleaves a bit browned, second half of work with inoffensive offsetting in text bed, minor offsetting from printers&#39; devices, occasional mild foxing or tiny rust spots, otherwise an excellent, fresh copy internally, and THE GORGEOUS BINDING IN VERY FINE CONDITION, lustrous and virtually unworn. This is a facsimile of the 1496 printing by Wynkyn de Worde of the first modern edition of the classic work on hunting, hawking, fishing, and heraldry, our copy with distinguished provenance and in a very striking binding--in extraordinarily fine condition--by the best English binder of the early 19th century. The "Book of St. Albans" was traditionally attributed to a Benedictine prioress, Dame Juliana Berners (b. 1388), which gave her the distinction of being the earliest known female author in English. However, in his scholarly introduction, Joseph Haslewood (1769-1833) determines that only the work on hunting, and a portion of that on hawking, may comfortably be attributed to her. The other sections on heraldry, angling, and the details of hawking are translations (possibly done by Berners) of earlier works, probably in French. A bibliographer, antiquary, and founding member of the Roxburghe Club, Haslewood was well respected as an editor of early English literature (see, for example, items #69 and 70, below). Charles Hering (d. ca. 1812) was the most distinguished and influential English binder of the first decade of the 19th century, and although his career was brief (from about 1795-1812), Ramsden focuses on his work as representing the transition in binding styles from those of the German ?migr?s of the late 18th century to the new generation of binders headed by Lewis. Dibdin states that until "the star of Charles Lewis rose above the bibliopegistic horizon, no one could presume to &#39;measure business&#39; with [Hering]. There was a strength, squareness, and a good style of work about his volumes which rendered him deservedly a great favourite." (The Hering family workshop was continued, though with less distinction, by Charles Jr. and his brothers James and Henry into the 1830s.) The present item was once owned by Archibald Primrose (1847-1929), 5th Earl of Rosebery and 1st Earl of Midlothian, a Liberal politician who served briefly as Britain&#39;s prime minister in 1894-95. A fabulously wealthy man who then married the greatest heiress of the day, Hannah de Rothschild, Rosebery was able to indulge his passions for racehorses and for collecting books. The stamp on the title page indicates this volume resided at Durdans, the house in Epsom where he spent his final years.

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        TRIO POUR LE PIANO-FORTE Violon et Violoncelle compose par Oeuvre 1. N. 1810-1812.

      chez Jean Andrè, s.d., Offenbach sur le Meine, - 3 voll. in-4 obl., leg. carta dec. coeva con etichetta xilogr. ai piatti. Il primo volume si compone di pp. 18 e contiene la partitura per pianoforte, il secondo di pp. 7 per violoncello e il terzo di pp. 7 per violino. Prima edizione (opus 1) di musica a stampa del grande musicista tedesco (1770-1827). Fetis I, p.314. Ottimo esempl. [507]

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        Elegant Extracts

      Sharpe & McLean, London - Elegant Extracts: Being a Copious Selection of Instructive, Moral, and Entertaining Passages, from the Most Eminent Prose Writers/from the Most Eminent British Poets/Elegant Epistles: Being a Copious Selection of Instructive, Moral, and Entertaining Letters, from the Most Eminent Epistolary Writers. London, John Sharpe and Hector McLean, nd (but c. 1810), additional engraved title-page to each part (most volumes containing two parts). Small 4º (125 x 80 mm.). Thirteen volumes only (of eighteen). This famous series was published in eighteen volumes, six of poetry, six of prose, and six of letters. The present collection lacks five volumes, three of verse, one of prose and one of letters. The volumes are distinguished by early 19C. morocco bindings of outstanding quality and condition, raised bands, spines gilt and lettered direct, upper and lower covers with multiple gilt fillets and blindstamping, board edges and inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt, grey endpapers, apart from a few minor faults and slight wear to some corners, in fine condition. Bookplates of David P. Thompson.

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        "Vue d'Astamnnshausen avec les Chateaux de Batzberg et de Falkenberg". Gesamtansicht vom Rhein aus mit den Schlössern Hausberg und Falkenburg.

      . Altgouachierte Aquatinta von Anton Radl nach Ludwig Schütze, dat. 1810, 41 x 59 cm.. Fein kolorierte Ansicht mit Schiffen und einem Pferdegespann staffagiert. Gering gebräunt, links oben kaum sichtbare Knickfalte.

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        Piratical Seizure of the Brig Admiral Trowbridge, by Part of Her Crew, while lying at Anchor off the Island of Sooloo,

      London: Thomas Tegg,, c.1810. August 21, 1807, communicated by Capt. Alexander Wallace, including the Murder of Mr. C. B. Lloyd, and the Narrow Escape of William Sharpe. Also the Captivity and Cruel Treatment of M. de Brisson, on the Coast of Barbary. Small octavo (178 × 98 mm). Neatly in later plain greenish drab paper wraps. Double-folding uncoloured aquatint frontispiece, Some damping at the fore-edge of the frontispiece, visible largely only from verso, some slightly whitening to the image surface on the light creases from old refolds, mild browning, overall a very good copy of a slight and fragile item. First edition. Uncommon, just four copies located on COPAC, but only that at Durham records the presence of the sensational folding plate, OCLC adds six more. The Admiral Trowbridge was laying at anchor off Sulu, North Borneo, when crew-members ashore noticed that she had begun to drift, and, as there were no boats in the water around her, "concluded that the crew had overpowered the officers and seized the vessel". Eventually the Sultan of Sulu was persuaded by the offer "of a reward of 5,000 Spanish dollars to those who might retake the vessel", to send one of his headmen "with three large prows well manned and armed, accompanied by his chosen slaves", but the captured vessel manages to evade them, they had "he had neared the brig several times; but whenever it blew, she always got off, and [they] could not get close enough to board."A report comes through a few days later that a vessel "answering to her description had passed under American colours some days before, steering towards the island of Ternate." The bloody events that occurred on-board were reported by the mate, William Sharpe, who was sent away by the mutineers "with two seacunnies [native seamen] and three others not concerned in the mutiny". This account was published in the Prince of Wales&#39;s Island Gazette, and subsequently in the Naval Chronicle. The latter part of this attractive little publication recounts the misadventures of Pierre-Raymond Brisson, a shipwrecked French colonial official who was enslaved in North Africa in 1785.

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        Odes of Anacreon translated into english verse, by Thomas Moore illustrated with plates by R.K. Porter

      James Carpenter,, London, 1810 - Cm. 27,5, pp. viii, 255 (1). Con ritratto di Thomas Moore all'antiporta e 26 tavole incise fuori testo. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in pieno marocchino verde, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro, piatti inquadrati da fregi a secco e greche in oro, larghe dentelles interne. Tagli dorati. Poche, leggere fioriture e minime spellature superficiali alle cerniere, peraltro esemplare genuino, fresco e ben conservato. Pregevole e non comune edizione. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Astrography or the Heavens Displayed

      London - W. Gilbert 1810 - A scarce and influential work of astrology, featuring a detailed map of the heavens. Rare - seen at auction only once in the last 40 years. Featuring illustrations throughout the text, depicting the signs of the zodiac. With three engraved plates, one of which is folding,depicting the disk of north, south, east and west limbs of the moon. Unfortunately the frontispiece is absent. Containing remarks on the value of the knowledge of astronomy; plurality of worlds etc. The rise and progress of astronomy, with instructions for beginners, astronomical definitions, artillery sphere and description. As well a representation and epitome of the Solar System, including the new discoveries. With reference to work from Dr. John Blair; extracts selected from the valuable work on astronomy by Ferguson; and the new discoveries by Dr. Herschel, from the Philosophical Transactions. Condition: In original tree calf binding, with calf front board. Externally, lightly rubbed, with rubbing to extremities and slight loss to the spine. Rear board is held by the cords only, and front board is detached. Internally, generally firmly bound but with endpapers detached. Generally bright and clean, with the odd scattered spotting. Light off-setting, and tide marks. Overall: GOOD ONLY. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FROM THE OFFICE OF THE MERCANTILE ADVERTISER, THURSDAY DEC. 6, 1810. PRESIDENT&#39;S MESSAGE...THE EMBARRASSMENTS WHICH HAVE PREVAILED IN OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS...[caption title and lines of text]

      [New York]. 1810.. Broadside, 16 1/2 x 8 inches. Printed in three columns. Contemporary manuscript docketing on verso. Remnants of wax seal in upper margin. Early horizontal folds. Light bleed-through of ink and soiling on verso to recto. Small hole near title, with no loss to text. Overall very good. Matted. Broadside printing of James Madison&#39;s 1810 State of the Union address, with substantial discussion of the reopening of American commerce to France and Great Britain and the subsequent diplomatic strains with both of those nations. Madison also addresses issues relating to problems with the Spanish in West Florida, peace with the Barbary States, Indian relations, military fortification, and Americans engaging in illegal slave trafficking, and he proposes the establishment of a national university and a new national military academy. Preceding the text of the address is printed a note from the MERCANTILE ADVERTISER&#39;s enervated Washington correspondent: "I write in great haste - The Express has just arrived, with the message delivered this morning at 12 o&#39;clock. I am sorry, extremely sorry to say, one express on this route was left by this one considerably hurt in a fall from his horse, and one horse has been killed through excessive fatigue & the horrid roads." Unrecorded, with no separate copies of this extra located on OCLC. Very rare.

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        Uitgegeven door de Maatschappij tot nut van 't algemeen.

      - Leyden, Deventer en Groningen, bij D. du Mortier en Zoon, a.o. 1810. [Oranda Bunten kohen sekuron. Edo, Kaei 1 (1848). 8vo (260 x 180mm). 49 leaves, with woodcut frontispiece of a Dutch school, showing children and the master with a whip. Additional Japanese and Dutch title at the beginning and at the end. Original paper wrappers, with printed label in Japanese on frontcover, bound in the Japanese manner. Text entirely executed in woodcut, printed on Japanese rice paper. Included is a letter of the librarian of the 'Ministerie van Kolonien', saying that the book had been part of their library but was sold in 1895 to the The Hague firm Nijhoff. The text of the Dutch edition was first written out by hand and than engraved in relief. The present work is the rare first edition of the first syntax of the Dutch language printed in Japan. Mitsukuri Genpo was one of the well known Dutch scholars, rangakusha, who introduced through Dutch studies Western learning to Japan.Provenance: Small circular library stamp 'Ministerie van Kolonien'.Kerlen p. 523. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Självporträtt i blå barett.

      - J. G. Sandberg hörde till den konstnärsgeneration som framträdde på 1810- talet, efter de s.k. järnåren i svenskt kulturliv, Gustav IV Adolfs av sträng censur präglade regeringstid. Sandberg kom att bli sin generations mest framstående och anlitade porträttmålare och har givit oss klassiska bilder av en mängd framstående svenskar från 1800-talets första hälft. Hans oeuvre rymmer över 200 porträtt, däribland av Karl XIV Johan och Oskar I, konstnärskollegerna Fahlcrantz, Lauréus, Fogelberg och Byström, författarna Atterbom, Tegnér, Geijer, Franzén, Wallin och Bremer, tonsättarna Crusell och Haeffner, samt av många andra personligheter från vetenskapens, politikens och scenens värld, däribland Berzelius och Jenny Lind.Gustaf Fredrikson var en av Nordens främsta skådespelare under senare delen av 1800-talet. Han var också en framstående konstsamlare och ägde betydande konstverk av såväl utländska som svenska konstnärer. Många av verken hade tidigare tillhört Carl Johan Fahlcrantz, Fredrikson skriver själv att »det mesta av [konstsamlingen] har jag ärft af en tant, som var gift med den berömde konstnären C. J. Fahlcrantz. En och annan duk har jag köpt själf för att komplettera samlingen» (1). I sitt testamente tog Fredrikson initiativet till en stiftelse med namnet Höstsol, ett ålderdomshem för pensionerade skådespelare. Olja på duk. Signerad »JGS» (inristat i den våta färgen). »Själfporträtt af Professor Sandberg» skrivet a tergo. 28 × 24 cm. Förgylld rikt dekorerad originalram med oktagonal infattning. Proveniens: Troligen gåva av konstnären till vännen och akademikamraten Carl Johan Fahlcrantz (1774-1846). Senare genom arv till skådespelaren och teaterdirektören Gustaf Fredrikson (1832-1921), och enligt dennes testamente till stiftelsen Höstsol 1921. Såld genom lotteri på Konstnärshuset, Stockholm, Gustaf Fredriksons tavelsamling, januari 1926 (Stockholm 1926), kat. nr 87. Senare hos Sonja Hylén (1914-2008).Utställd: Konstnärshuset, Stockholm, Gustaf Fredriksons tavelsamling, januari 1926, kat. nr 87.Litteratur: Mauritz Beijerstein, Johan Gustaf Sandberg 1782-1854 (1928), kat. nr 118 (s. 192). En variant av porträttet i tempera på sten finns i Nationalmuseum (Beijerstein (1928), kat. nr 117). Porträttet hör till de målningar som uppräknas av August Hahr i »Gustaf Fredrikssons [sic] tavelsamling på Höstsol», Konsthistoriska strövtåg (1928), s. 147, »ett förträffligt självporträtt». Det omnämns även i förordet till försäljningskatalogen 1926: »Slutligen är Johan Gustaf Sandbergs självporträtt att beakta. Nationalmuseum äger detsamma i freskoteknik» (s. 4). (1) Gustaf Uddgren, Gustaf Fredrikson. En konstnärsmonografi (1912), s. 134.

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        Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing, Containing a General Statement of All Things Pertaining to the Faith and Practice of the Church of God in this Latter-Day

      E. & E. Hosford, Albany 1810 - Second edition, corrected and improved. Full contemporary calf, brown leather spine label. Spine label laid in, both boards attached but threatening to detach, leather slightly powdery, else an attractive copy of this Shaker manifesto which went through several editions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Grammaire Arabe a l'usage des eleves de l'ecole speciale des langues orientales vivantes. Premiere et seconde partie. 2 tome. [At- Tufa as-sanja f ilm al-arabja].

      Paris : Imprimerie Imperiale, 1810.. xxvi, 434; x, 473 p., with 10 folding tables, and 8 folding plates. Half leather.. Good. Worn covers. Spine of vol. 2 with 1cm tear at upper edge. Bumped corners. Slightly foxed paper. Ca. 5 pages dog eared. Plates and tables complete and in good condition.

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        The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper; including the series edited, with prefaces, biographical and critical, by Dr. Samuel Johnson: and the most approved translations. The additional lives by Alexander Chalmers. 21 Bände.

      London J Johnson J Nichols etc 1810 - Ca. 520 bis 800 Seiten je Band. Gr.-8° (23,7 x 15,6 cm). Wenig späteres braunes Kalbleder mit Rücken- und Kantenvergoldung sowie blind- und goldgeprägten floralen Deckelbordüren. Erste Ausgabe, komplett in 21 Bänden. - Einflußreiche Anthologie englischer Literatur unter Einschluß von Johnson's "Lives of the Most Eminent Poets". - Mit schönen Marmorpapiervorsätzen. Innen gering gebräunt und nur vereinzelt etwas fleckig oder angestaubt. Die guten Einbände wenig berieben und bestoßen, aber angestaubt, die Rücken teils etwas fleckig, einige Kapitale lädiert, Bände VI, VIII und IX am oberen Kapital beschädigt, Gelenke der Bände I und V rissig, aber stabil. Insgesamt durchaus attraktive Reihe. - Innendeckel von Band I mit montiertem Geschenkvermerk von Alfred Henry Pechell für Maria Wood-Port, datiert "Xmas 1876". - Bindings with traces of use and some defects, but still a good set. - Heavy set, additional shipping costs might be necessary. *Courtney/Smith, Johnson, 147. 24000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Twelve Plays from The Mirror of Taste and Dramatic Censor]: 1. The Foundling of the Forest; 2. Man and Wife; or, More Secrets Than One; 3. Venoni, or the Novice of St. Mark&#39;s; 4. A New Way To Pay Old Debts; 5. Alfonso, King of Castile; 6. The Free Knights, or, The Edict of Charlemagne; 7. Riches; or, The Wife and Brother; 8. The Exile; 9. Emilia Galotti; 10. The Bondman; 11. The Maid of Honour; 12. The Fatal Dowry

      Philadelphia: Published by Bradford and Inskeep [et al.]. 1810. First. Magazine supplements. 12 plays (each issued with a separate title page and pagination) bound together in one volume. Octavo. Contemporary half calf and marbled paper boards. Early owner&#39;s signature: "Evan Thomas" on the title page of the first play. Ex-library copy with bookplate. Both boards are detached, the spine back is degraded, else a good sound copy. A very scarce bound volume of the first twelve plays originally issued as monthly supplements in the magazine: The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, edited by Stephen Cullen Carpenter. Carpenter&#39;s monthly theatrical review was the most important magazine of its time devoted to the American theatre (and the only one which outlasted a single theatrical season). The twelve plays are bound in consecutive order as issued in each monthly number. A detailed list is available on request. .

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