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        The Lady of the Lake

      John Ballantyne & Co. Hardcover. Antiquarian book - wear to pictorial boards - some bumping and light chipping remaining bright and well appointed - inscriptions to front blank pages - light age toning well bound, very presentable and readable throughout, Bound in Brown Leather with Gilt embossing. Front board and end page starting to come away from spine at the top, rear board has a gap appearing at top also, Third edition 1810. . Very Good. 1810. Third Edition.

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        Gli Ordini Di Architettura Di Giacomo Barozzi Da Vignola: Accresciuti Di Altre Interessanti Tavole Ed Ombreggiati Secondo Il Recente Metodo De Licei

      Milano: Fratelli Vallardi, 1810. Leather Bound. Very Good. Milano: Fratelli Vallardi. 30 leaves, xxxix leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. 12mo. Italian. Leather bound. Fully bound in contemporary brown leather with gilt tooling around edges of front board. Gilt lettering and decorative flourishes on spine. Tight binding and solid boards. Original binding. Minimal shelf wear. Minor scuffing to spine ends. Slight rubbing to boards with minimal loss. Minor rubbing to spine. Teal marbled page ends. Minimal discoloration to outer edges of endpapers due to age. Slight cracking at hinges. Interior is clean and unmarked. Text block is good. Print is clear and legible. Profusely illustrated with detailed copper-plate engraved blueprints. Engraved depiction of a bust of Jacoues Barozzi De Vignole adjacent to title page. Further illustrations depict various architectural forms via profile views and cross sections. Giacomo (or Jacopo) Barozzi (or Barocchio) da Vignola (often simply called Vignola) (1 October 1507 – 7 July 1573) was one of the great Italian architects of 16th century Mannerism. His two great masterpieces are the Villa Farnese at Caprarola and the Jesuits Church of the Gesu in Rome. He is hailed as one of the three architects to have contributed to the spreading of Italian Renaissance architecture throughout Western Europe. His two published books helped formulate the canon of classical architectural style. The earliest, Canon of the five orders of architecture (first published in 1562, probably in Rome), presented Vignolas practical system for constructing columns in the five classical orders (Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Composite) utilizing proportions which Vignola derived from his own measurements of classical Roman monuments. This relatively modern reprint collects his most significant works and philosophies, and contains, after the volumes introduction, an engraved plate depicting the five columns and detailing their features. This rare and unique volume will make an fine addition to the library of any classical architecture enthusiast. Please feel free to view our pictures of this well-preserved book.

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        KASEN KASHO^

      1810. Very Good. [EHON] Fujiwara Masaomi, author; Kita Busei, artist. KASEN KASHO. n.p., preface dated Bunka 7 [1810]. 19.7 X 29.3 cm., string-bound Japanese- style, fukuro toji, original covers with original printed title label. See Ryerson 396 for a defective copy. Our copy is complete with 3 preliminary sheets and 20 sheets of color woodblock illustrations of the 36 poets. Interesting colors, well-printed. In very good condition with slight soiling but very pleasing effect overall. By no means common either in Japan or abroad. In a clasped chitsu case.

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        La Prima e la Seconda Cena. Novelle di Antonfrancesco Grazzini Detto Il Lasca. Alle quali si aggiunge una Novella...

      Milano Dalla Societ Tipografica De' Classici Italiani... Anno 1810. Octavo, xvi, 505 p., 1 leaf, port. front., errata leaf at end. Title continues: che ci resta della terza Cena. "Vita di Antonfrancesco Grazzini" di Antonmaria Biscioni, pp. [1]-55. "The Florentine apothecary Anton Francesco Grazzini wrote also in the fields both of fiction and drama. In the Academy of the Umidi, of which he was a founder, he bore the name Il Lasca. ...His novella collection, entitled Le cene, "The Suppers," was probably written, for the most part, after 1550. The frame story is of the familiar type: four young men and four ladies, with their host and hostess, meet for supper on each of three successive Carnival Thursdays. There is music... Ten stories were to be told... but only about twenty are extant. Most of them are stories of trickery, told with a fresh and comic vivacity. Florentine scenes abound-- streets, gates, the Arno and its bridges, shops, churches, the palace of the Medici, even the Sacristy of San Lorenzo, with its Medicean tombs" -- Wilkins, pp. 252-53. NUC 211: 438 (NG 0406751) lists 11 copies. Stock#OB284.

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        Le Cabinet du Jeune Naturaliste

      Paris,: Maradan,, 1810.. Six volumes, octavo, engraved frontispiece and title to each volume, 65 engraved plates; fine, uncut, in original bright pink wrappers with original paper spine labels. The first French edition of Thomas Smith's exquisite natural history for young people. An immaculate set, in completely original condition. Gumuchian reports that this original edition was such a success that successive editions appeared in the years that followed.This production stands apart from other juvenile natural history primers for the fineness of its engravings, which are of exceptional quality. Some four hundred and thirty species of fish, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds are described, sixty-five of which are illustrated.The description of 'le kanguro' is interesting because it records and describes a number of live specimens in Europe, including those at the royal gardens at Richmond, 'un couple de trËs beaux kanguros' at an exposition at Exeter-Change of 1806, as well as 'une trËs belle variÈtÈ' which had arrived in England on the frigate Lady Barlow. The description is accompanied by an engraving of a man boxing a kangaroo.Gumuchian, 5392.

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        OEUVRES DE FLORIAN [24 VOLS IN 12 CT]

      Paris: Briand,. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1810- 1816. Hardcover. French Language; FINE Binding; 18mo; pages; Full tree calf leather, spines decorated in gilt with Gallic cross motif, red and black leather spine labels. Few vols with light staining to covers, minor edgewear, minor loss to crown of 2 vols, bdgs and contents very good. Includes Galathée pastorale imitée de Cervantes, Nouvelles I-II, Numa Pompilius I-II, Théâtre I-III, Mélanges de poésie, Estelle, Gonzalve de Cordoue I-III, Fables, Don Quichotte I-VI, Guillaume Tell, Eliezer et Nephtaly, Nouveaux mélanges de poésie, La jeunesse de Florian. Severable adhesion between subsequent leaves in Vol 3-4. Vol 24, pp19-24 slightly loose. VG+. Illustrated with 24 engraved frontispieces. .

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        Rules and Regulations for the Sword Exercise of the Cavalry

      Reprint of 1810 by T. Egerton, London: 1810. Fine in a recent 1/4 brown morocco leather and marbled paper covered boards with gilt borders and text stamping on the spine. Without a dust jacket. The title page of this volume provides no indication as to the author; however, the last page of text bears the initials "J.G.L.M." which are the initials of John Gaspard le Marchant. Marchant was a cavalry officer, promoted to Major-General in the British Army, who lived from 1766 to 1812 when he was killed in the Napoleonic Wars at the battle of Salamanca. He is best known for having developed the British Light Cavalry Sword (Pattern 1796 or P1796). Additionally, he sponsored a standardized military training program for British officers. In that vein he wrote several training manuals for the cavalry this being one of them. An octavo measuring 8 3/16" tall by 5" deep containing 98 pages of text and illustrated with 29 fold-out plates. Originally published in December, 1796 this is a reprint of 1810 printed for the "War-Office and sold by T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall." A remarkably clean and bright copy with virtually no foxing or tanning of the pages. Very uncommon as such.

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        The life of Admiral Lord Nelson, K.B. from his lordship's manuscripts (abridged from the quarto edition.) / by James Stanier Clarke and John M'Arthur

      London : Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, for T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the Strand, 1810. Abridged Edition. Physical description: xi, 702p. , frontis. (port. ) ; 24cm. Subjects: Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount, 1758-1805. Admirals - Great Britain - Biography. Great Britain - History, Naval - 18th century - 19th century. Very good copy in a contemporary binding of aniline calf-backed marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather label, with gilt tooling to spine. Slight suggestion of dust-dulling to the spine bands, with panel edges somewhat worn and dulled. Previous owner's label to front pastedown, with a related later newspaper clipping tipped in to ffep. Some scattered foxing, particularly to prelims. and end pages. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        OEUVRES COMPLETES

      Leibzig: Chez Gerard Fleischer. Good+. 1810. Hardcover. Nouvelle Edition. Thirteen volumes bound in half leather over clean marbled boards. Special binding with royal insignia: Gilt embellished spine including a "Royal Crown" over the letter "A" at the top. Text blocks tight, clean and intact. Marbled endpapers and frontispieces. #1, Nouvelles, 326pp; #2, Numa Pompilius, 299pp ; #3, Theatre, 294pp; #4, Myrtil et Chloe Pastorale, 203pp; #5, Estelle, Roman Pastoral, 265pp; #6, Precis Historique Surles Maures D'Espagne, 288pp; #7, Gonzalve De Cordoue, 221pp; #8, Fables, 269pp; #9, Don Quichotte de la Manche, 287pp; #10, Don Quichotte de la Manche, 329pp; #11, Don Quichotte de la Manche, 312pp; #12, Imitations et Traductions, 416pp; #13, L'enfant D'Darlequin Perdu et Retrouve Comedie. Jean Pierre Claris de Florian was most noted for his fables and also his abridgement of Don Quixote. Some spine lables are fully or partly missing. Vols. 4 #5 have a scuff mark on the cover. Vol. 7 has a small hole in leather near spine heel. Lierature, Poetry; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 3821 pages .

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        Reise um die Welt in den Jahren 1803, 1804, 1805 und 1806

      St. Petersburg,: Gedruckt in der Schnoorschen Buchdruckerey, 1810-, 1812.. Three volumes, quarto, in excellent condition; discreet library stamps; in original marbled boards with glazed labels; spines rubbed; a couple of old labels; something removed from head of spine of vol. 1; in generally excellent original condition, the three volumes in quarter morocco bookform boxes. The very rare St Petersburg printing of the German-language edition of Krusenstern's own account of his voyage, the first Russian circumnavigation in which he was accompanied by a brilliant corps of officers, including men like Lisiansky, Langsdorff, and Kotzebue. The voyage was of great importance to Pacific history for the Russian attempt to open Japan to commerce, and for the observations made on the Russian-Chinese trade. The Nadeshda and the Neva were together at the Marquesas and Hawaii; there they separated and from this point on Krusenstern's narrative of his part of the voyage concerns the western Pacific.These three volumes, published over a three-year period, represent the complete text of the voyage in its first appearance in German. An accompanying Atlas that appeared two years later is only very rarely found with the text today. The three volumes appeared shortly after each of the three volumes of the Russian-language edition of the text was published over a period of four years (Puteshtestvie vokrug sieta, St Petersburg 1809-1812).An Atlas of plates prepared in St Petersburg to accompany the Russian-language edition was published a year after the final volume of the Russian text in 1813. In 1814 the German-language version of the Atlas appeared with some changes to the original plates including the addition of German captions.All components of both editions are very rare on the market; nor are they widely held in institutions.In Australia the full Russian edition (text and Atlas) is held only by the National Library and the State Library of New South Wales. However, according to Trove at least, no copy of the important St Petersburg printing of the German language account is held by either library; a single example of the text volumes is recorded at the State Library of Victoria.The work is very much better known from the subsequent simplified edition in German published shortly afterwards by Haude and Spener in Berlin.Krusenstern has chosen a wonderful epithet from the voyage historian De Brosses to put on the three title-pages of his narrative: "Les Marins Ècrivent mal, mais avec assez de candour" [Sailors write badly, but with great honesty"].Anker, 272; Forbes, 'Hawaiian National Bibliography', 407; Lada-Mocarski, 62.

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        [View of Shore Near Nagasaki with Image of Japanese Bird Named Skopa] [Tab. XLVI]

      Engraving, on thick wove paper, by I. Kalpakov after a drawing from nature by D. Telezeus. 21 1/4 x 26 1/2 inches. 24 1/2 x 34 1/2 inches. A fine view of coastal Japan in the first decade of the 19th century, showing an American ship, with Nagasaki in the background, and a Japanese Fish Hawk on a branch. This image comes from the atlas of plates to Krusenstern's account of his voyage around the world (published St.Petersburg, 1810- 1814).The expedition set off from Kronstadt in August 1803 aboard two English vessels purchased for the voyage and, via Cape Horn and visiting the Sandwich Islands, Kamchatka and Japan, eventually returned to the same port, via the Cape of Good Hope, in August 1806. The expedition constituted the first ever Russian voyage round the world, and the published work included much of value, particularly about Japan. The voyage was one of the most important post-Cook Pacific voyages,specifically aimed at obtaining more knowledge of the north Pacific region, establishing diplomatic and commercial relations with Japan, and visiting the Russian trading posts in Alaska and on the west coast of America. It comprised the first Russian expedition to circumnaviagate the globe, under the command of Ivan F. von Krusenstern, between 1803 and 1806. The expedition touched on Brazil and rounded Cape Horn, visiting the Marquesas Islands, Hawaii, Kamchatka and Japan. In Hawaii the expedition separated, with ships under Langsdorff and Lisianski sailing to the Northwest Coast while Krusenstern himself undertook the delicate Japan expedition. He then returned via Macao and the Cape of Good Hope. Cf. Lada-Mocarski 62;. cf. Sabin 38327; cf. Arctic Bibliography 9377; cf. Forbes Hawaii 401; cf. Howes K272 ("c"); cf. Borba de Moraes, pp.374-75; cf. Hill (2004) 952 & 953 (English and French Text only); cf. Phillips, Atlases 5813.

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        Vid ostrova Papenberha i Kresyago ostrova [View of Papenbergs Island and Rat island] Ansicht des Papenbergs

      [St.Petersberg: 1810-1814]. Copper engraving, by E. Tschesky after D. Tileseus. (some browning and old dampstaining to blank margins). 11 1/8 x 18 1/8 inches. 18 3/4 x 24 1/2 inches. A fine view of coastal Japan in the first decade of the 19th century. This image comes from the atlas of plates to Krusenstern's account of his voyage around the world (published St.Petersburg, 1810-1814).The expedition set off from Kronstadt in August 1803 aboard two English vessels purchased for the voyage. Traveling via Cape Horn and visiting the Sandwich Islands, Kamchatka and Japan, they eventually returned to the same port, via the Cape of Good Hope, in August 1806. The expedition constituted the first ever Russian voyage round the world, and the published work included much of value, particularly about Japan. Krusenstern's most important practical achievement was the establishment of diplomatic and commercial relations between Russia and Japan. cf. Lada-Mocarski 62;. cf. Sabin 38327; cf. Arctic Bibliography 9377; cf. Howes K272 ("c"); cf. Borba de Moraes, pp.374-75; cf. Hill, pp.167-68 (English and French Text only); cf. Phillips, Atlases 5813.

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        Atlas National de France, en départements. Décreté ... par l'assemblée nationale. Éd. Pierre-Grégoire Chanlaire, Pierre Dumez

      Paris, Chanlaire & Dumez 1810 -1812. 56 x 42 cm. Übersichtskarte und 83 Departement-Karten in Kupferstich von François d'Houdan und Tardieu, alle doppelblattgroß und handkoloriert. Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung und Rückenschild - Lex. Gesch. Kartogr. I, 236 - Phillips, Atlases 4024 - Tooley 2 I, 254 - Während der Französischen Revolution wurde 1790 die Erstellung eines Katasters beschlossen und gleichzeitig eine neue Karte von Frankreich anzufertigen. "Unter Napoléon diente die Karte als vortreffliches Propagandawerkzeug, indem sie die Größe des Herrschers widerspiegelte" (Lex. Gesch. Kartogr.). Enthält, nach Regionen geordnet, Karten der einzelnen Departements: Ain, Aisne, Allier, Ardèche, Ardennes, Arriège, Aube, Aude, Aveyron, Bas Rhin, Basses Alpes, Basses Pyrénées, Bouches du Rhône, Calvados, Cantal, Charente, Charente inférieure, Cher, Corrèze, Corse, Côte d'Or, Côtes du Nord, Creuse, Deux Sèvres, Dordogne, Doubs, Drôme, Eure, Eure et Loire, Finisterre, Gard, Gers, Gironde, Haut Rhin, Haute Garonne, Haute Loire, Haute Marne, Haute Saône, Haute Vienne, Hautes Alpes, Hautes Pyrénées, Hérault, Ille et Vilaine, Indre, Indre et Loire, Isère, Jura, Landes, Loire et Cher, Loire inférieure, Loiret, Lot, Lot et Garonne, Lozère, Maine et Loire, Manche, Marne, Mayenne, Meurthe, Meuse, Morbihan, Moselle, Nièvre, Nord, Oise, Orne, Paris, Pas de Calais, Puy de Dôme, Pyrénées orientales, Rhône et Loire, Saône et Loire, Sarthe, Seine et Marne, Seine et Oise, Seine Inférieure, Somme, Tarn, Var, Vendée, Vienne, Vosges, Yonne. Die Zusammenstellung dieses Exemplars erfolgte durch die Schropp'sche Landkartenanstalt in Berlin um 1820. Titel und Inhaltsverzeichnis wurden nicht beigegeben. Die Übersichtskarte enthält im rechten weißen Rand ein handschriftliches Kartenverzeichnis und ein Inhaltsverzeichnis für jede der 9 Regionen, erstellt vom Händler; die Karten sind rückseitig handschriftlich nummeriert, 9 Karten mit dem Firmenstempel von Schropp versehen. Gut erhaltenes, fleckenfreies Exemplar. Rücken mit Signatur "G v A" (Adolf Heinrich Graf von Arnim-Boitzenburg). Rückenvergoldung fehlt stellenweise - Sprache / Language: Französisch / French -

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        VUES DES CORDILLÈRES ET MONUMENS DES PEUPLES INDIGÈNES DE L'AMÉRIQUE

      Paris: [de l'Imprimerie de J.H. Stône] chez F. Schoell, 1810.. Two volumes bound in one. [10],350,[1]pp., including engraved dedication leaf. Sixty-nine engraved plates on sixty-eight leaves (twenty-seven handcolored, printed in colors or printed in colors and finished by hand [one of these double-page], four printed in sepia). Half title. Folio. Expertly bound to style in half morocco, preserving original brown paper- covered boards, titled in gilt on spine. Plates and text very fresh and clean. Near fine. Untrimmed. This atlas is one of the most important publications resulting from the expedition to America in 1799-1804 of the great German scientist and explorer, Alexander von Humboldt, and the botanist, Aimé Bonpland. During their extensive trip, the two gathered masses of material relating to all aspects of the New World, and their work in the field and in publication set a new standard for scientific exploration and reporting. Humboldt and Bonpland sought to investigate geography, natural history, archaeology, and native customs. Their field explorations were supplemented by extensive research in Europe. The series of publications began in 1805 and took decades, the present volume being the first major work to appear. VUE DES CORDILLÈRES... is most notable for its remarkable aquatint plates of scenes in South and Central America, particularly the magnificent double-page plate of the great volcano of Chimborazo in the Andean highlands. Most of these were made after Humboldt's original sketches. His involvement in the publication was close, especially in checking the coloring, which was done under his personal supervision to ensure accuracy. These plates beautifully illustrate views, native costumes, and antiquities. The work is equally important as the first extensive treatment of surviving pre-Columbian and immediately post- Columbian Indian codices. The first publication of any part of the famed Dresden Codex, the most extensive of surviving pre- Columbian codices, is found herein, again with superb aquatint coloring. There are also color reproductions of the Codex Mendoza and plates drawn from other important codices. Humboldt's treatment of them is a landmark in the rediscovery of the pre-Columbian civilizations. "Every class of Mexican or Aztec, and Peruvian Antiquities, receives in this work the clearest philosophical analysis" - Field. "Many of the plates are beautifully colored; indeed, it is the most beautiful and generally interesting of Humboldt's works" - Sabin. The present copy includes the last twenty plates; these are frequently lacking. It does not include the sixteen- page introduction by Humboldt, dated 1813, which seems to be an indication that the present copy is an early issue. SABIN 33754. FIELD 739. HILL 839. LIPPERHEIDE 1630. PALAU 117026. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 1871.

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        AN ACCOUNT OF EXPEDITIONS TO THE SOURCES OF THE MISSISSIPPI, AND THROUGH THE WESTERN PARTS OF LOUISIANA, TO THE SOURCES OF THE ARKANSAW, KANS, LA PLATTE, AND PIERRE JAUN, RIVERS...DURING THE YEARS 1805, 1806, AND 1807. AND A TOUR THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF NEW SPAIN...IN THE YEAR 1807

      Philadelphia: Published by C. & A. Conrad, & Co...., 1810.. [8],105,[11],[107]- 277,[3],65,[1],53,[1],87pp. plus six maps (five folding) and three folding charts. Frontispiece portrait. 19th-century three- quarter brown morocco and marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine. Slight shelf wear. Offsetting on titlepage as usual. Minor toning and foxing. Contemporary armorial bookplate on front pastedown. Overall very good. The report of the first United States government expedition to the Southwest, and one of the most important of all American travel narratives, including an account of Pike's travels to explore the headwaters of the Arkansas and Red rivers, his earlier journey to explore the sources of the Mississippi River, and his visit to the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. Pike's narrative stands with those of Lewis and Clark, and Long, as the most important of early books on western exploration and as a cornerstone of Western Americana. The maps were the first to exhibit a geographic knowledge of the Southwest based on firsthand exploration and are considered "milestones in the mapping of the American West" (Wheat). "The description of Texas is excellent" - Streeter TEXAS. The Pike expedition probed at the Spanish borderlands, which Jefferson believed were ripe for collapse. Ultimately his expedition was captured by a Spanish military force and expelled from New Spain. HOWES P373, "b." WAGNER-CAMP 9:1. STREETER SALE 3125. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 297, 298, 299. GRAFF 3290. FIELD 1217. STREETER TEXAS 1047C. HILL 1357. BRADFORD 4415. RITTENHOUSE 467. SABIN 62936. JONES 743. BRAISLIN 1474.

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        An Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi, and through the western parts of Louisiana, to the sources of the Arkansaw, Kans, La Platte, and Pierre Jaun Rivers ... during the years 1805, 1806, and 1807. And a tour through the interior parts of New Spain ... in the year 1807

      Philadelphia: Printed by John Binns, published by C. & A. Conrad, & Co. of Philadelphia, Somervell & Conrad of Petersborough. Bonsal, Conrad, & Co. of Norfolk, and Fielding Lucas Jr. of Baltimore, 1810. 8vo. Stipple- engraved mounted India paper proof portrait frontispiece of Pike by Edwin, 6 engraved maps (5 folding), 3 folding letterpress tables. Expertly bound to style in period tree calf, the flat spine divided into six compartments by double gilt fillets, original red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment. One of the most important of all American travel narratives: the first edition of the report of the first United States government expedition to the Southwest, including an account of Pike's exploration of the headwaters of the Arkansas and Red rivers, the sources of the Mississippi River, and the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. Pike's narrative stands with those of Lewis and Clark, and Long, as the most important of early books on western exploration and as a cornerstone of Western Americana. "In 1805, Pike was given the difficult assignment of conducting a reconnaissance of the upper Mississippi region. He was ordered to explore the headwaters of that river, to purchase sites from the Indians for further military posts, and to bring a few influential chiefs back to St. Louis for talks. The trip was only moderately successful as a mission to the tribes, but Pike was able to convey important geographical information to President Jefferson and other Washington officials. On Pike's second expedition, 1806-1807, he was assigned to explore the head-waters of the Arkansas River, then proceed south and descend the Red River from its source ... Pike and his men were taken into custody by a Spanish patrol, and Pike was able to observe many areas in New Mexico, Chihuahua, and Texas ... His book created interest in the Southwest and stimulated the expansionist movement in Texas" (Hill). The maps were the first to exhibit a geographic knowledge of the Southwest based on first-hand exploration and are considered "milestones in the mapping of the American West" (Wheat). "The description of Texas is excellent" (Streeter, Texas). We have never encountered the work with the portrait in an India proof state. Bradford 4415; Braislin 1474; Field 1217; Graff 3290; Hill (2004) 1357; Howes P373; Jones 743; Rittenhouse 467; Sabin 62836; Streeter Sale 3125; Streeter Texas 1047C; Wagner-Camp 9:1; Wheat Transmississippi 297, 298, 299.

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        An Account Of Expeditions To The Sources Of The Mississippi And Through The Western Parts Of Louisiana To The Sources Of The Arkansaw, Kans, La Platte, And Pierre Jaun Rivers Performed By Order Of The Government Of The United States During The Years 1805, 1806, and 1807

      Philadelphia: A. Conrad, 1810. Book. VG. Hardcover. Signed. First Edition. 8vo. 6, 105, [11], [107] - 277, [5], 65, [1], 53, [1], 87pp, bound in modern dark-brown textured leather, with hand-set lettering at spine, "Pike's / Expeditions," in gilt, and 7 decorative horizontal lines, reminiscent of bands, also hand-set in gilt, new pastedowns and endpapers, title-page professionally repaired at all edges, repairs also noted at leaves 81/82, and 173/174, scattered light foxing, occasional waterstaining, one of six maps present (The Falls of St. Anthony), small sections present from two folding charts, lacking portrait, folding table, and other sections of folding charts. Includes stamped "James B. Pike" in old ink at introductory page, and two signed inscriptions from the Pike family, with the older inscription, "Wm. C. Pike / Eddyville / Iowa / A present / to him by his father Z. W. Pike," noted on verso of St. Anthony plate, and the most recent, "To Montgomery E. Pike, / from his uncle / Merritt C. Pike Christmas 1920," noted at the introductory page under the James B. Pike stamp. It appears this copy was passed down the family thusly: 1) James Brown Pike (5/1/1784 - 3/19/1855), the present author's younger brother, to James' son 2) Zebulon Wardell Pike (1825 - 1864), to Zebulon Wardell's son 3) William Clinton Pike (b. 1848), to William Clinton's cousin 4) Merritt C. Pike (b. 1859, whose father Montgomery Pike, 1818 - 1900, was a brother of Zebulon Wardell Pike by their father, James B. Pike), to Merritt C. Pike's nephew 5) Montgomery Everett Pike (3/2/1885, Selma, IA, to 11/14/1953, whose father, Elias Jenison Pike, b. 2/28/1846, was Merritt's brother). Genealogical research indicates neither Merritt C. Pike nor Montgomery Everett Pike had male heirs which could explain why Merritt would give the book to Montgomery, and why it apparently got away from the family after Montgomery's death in 1953. Fascinating association copy from the Pike family. Two additional inscriptions noted, one on verso of final page of introduction, "Samuel S. Deane / presented to his / friend Capt. Haz. / Coffin, on board ship / Perseverance, passage / from neworleans / November 4, 1815," and at first page of Part I, "Captain Hazadiah Coffin / of Ship / Perseverance of new (orleans) La." Inscriptions are in the same ink, and hand, thus presumably by Captain Coffin, who for a time transported British and Irish emigrants to America, and who is located in the 1840 Brooklyn, New York, directory, as "ship master, 78 Nassau." During the War of 1812, Coffin (and other merchant seaman and ships doing commerce on the ocean) went inland to the waterways. The Coffin inscriptions appear to be from that time. We have not been successful in determining the identity of Deane. One additional inscription is noted, at the title page, "James P. F. Clar(k)," whom we have not been able to identify. We have yet been unable to determine the relationship between the Pike family and the other inscriptionists. A unique, important piece of American history. Additional pictures available including title page, inscriptions, and signatures. Unique..

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        Catalogue des Livres rares et précieux de la Bibliothèque de feu M. Ant. Bern. Caillard

      2 p.l., 4, [v]-xxxiii, 423 pp. 8vo, cont. polished calf (upper joint and head & foot caps very carefully repaired), sides decorated in gilt, flat spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: De Bure père et fils, 1810. A reprint, with additions, of the privately printed catalogue (issued in 1805 and limited to 25 copies only) of the library of Antoine Bernard Caillard (1737-1807), French diplomat and man of letters. The present catalogue (2650 lots and limited to 1200 copies) was published for the auction which was held in 1810. This was an important library containing notable incunabula, classical texts, scientific and natural history works, and voyages in the finest possible condition and often printed on large paper. Also included are fine bindings and MSS. There are significant holdings of bibliography. A very fine and pretty copy; it has the four-page schedule of the sale, which is very rare. Presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title: "Donné à Monsieur Boucher de la Marinière, par son ami S.C. Caillard." ❧ Brunet, I, 1643. N.B.G., VIII, pp. 108-09-"Il avait formé à grands frais une bibliothèque magnifique." Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions...1643-1830, 498. Peignot, p. 87-"On y trouve quelques notes bibliographiques plus ou moins exactes. Destiné pour une vente, c'est un fort bon catalogue." .

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        The Refusa.l By the author of the "Tale of the Times," "Infidel Father," &c

      London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orne, 1810. First edition of a novel dealing with Regency mores. Contemporary black morocco over drab boards, gilt spines. Three volumes, twelvemo. . Boards a bit stained. A very good, clean copy. West (1758-1852) was a self-taught writer who sought to advance her family through her writings. She wrote plays and poetry, and is especially known for her novels, The Advantages of Education (1793) and A Gossip's Story (1797), the latter of which has often been seen as a source book for Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility. Though always regarding herself first as a wife and mother, she was an advocate of education for women and was always concerned that women were often unable to develop their talents. " Her Letters to a Young Lady (1806) has been called " an ideological counterpart to Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), stressing the "duties of women rather than the "rights," which Wollstonecraft stressed.

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        New South Wales. View of Sydney from the West Side of the Cove No.1 and View of Sydney from the West Side of the Cove No.2

      London,: John Booth, 1810.. Pair of aquatints in the original bird's eye maple frame. 340 x 980 mm. View of Sydney from the West Side of the Cove , two of John Eyre's superb views of Sydney Harbour.David Dickenson Mann was transported to Australia in 1799 for forgery, he was pardoned by 1802 and he stayed in Australia, on the fringes of government service until 1809 when he returned to England on the same ship as Colonel Johnston. In fact, David Dickenson Mann was one of the men who gave evidence at the famous court martial of 1811 of George Johnston.Mann took back to England four oil paintings by John Eyre which formed a panorama of the fledgling settlement. Mann exhibited these paintings in London in 1810, and organised xxx Clark to publish four aquatints based on them. This panorama of Sydney has the distinction of being the first to be shown in London, and the first to be published and Mann dedicated it to Admiral John Hunter.The convict artist John Eyre had arrived in New South Wales in 1801 and the first of his drawings which can be dated was done in 1804, soon after he received his conditional pardon. His best known work is this panorama; his Sydney is a neat and orderly town where the Aborigine roams with dignity. The focus is very much on the harbour, unsurprisingly as the maritime activity there was the dominating element in Sydney at the time. The four prints are View of Sydney from the East Side of the Cove numbers 1 and 2 and View of Sydney from the West Side of the Cove numbers 1 and 2.The two views offered here are the original uncoloured issue of 1810-1811 joined together as intended and in a very early nineteenth century frame.First Views of Australia, page 130/131.

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        Encyclopædia Britannica. Fourth Edition with Fifth and Sixth Edition Supplement. 26 volume set. [Encyclopaedia; Encyclopedia]

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Covers rubbed and scuffed with some cracking at hinge. Front board detached on volume 6 supplement. Some plates foxed and occasional foxing elsewhere. Some endpapers loose. 1810. Fourth edition + 5th & 6th edition. Original brown leather covers with red and black gilt title panels. 270mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 20795pp. 703 copper plates plus 8 maps and charts, some folding. The full 26 volumes set: 4th edition plus 5th and 6th edition supplements (1824). Noted for the fine quality of the full-page engravings and maps. N.B.: Heavy set - shipping supplement applies - please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. Published: 1810 - 1824. .

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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), 1810–12. 4to (28.2 cm, 11.1"). 6 vols. I: [4], 851, [1] pp.; 8 plts., 1 fold. map. II: [4], 833, [3] pp.; 11 plts., 1 fold. map. III: [4], 810 pp.; 9 plts. IV: [4], 831, [1] pp.; 21 plts. V: [4], pp.; 13 plts. VI: [4], 913, [1] pp.; 4 plts. First American edition of "a collection of great merit and importance," according to Sabin: an extensive gathering of travelogue and exploration highlights including Willoughby's voyages to northern Russia and Siberia, Regnard's journey to Lapland, Maupertius's voyage to the polar circle, shipwreck accounts, Phipps's journal, Lister's and Young's travels in France, Spallanzani's travels in the two Sicilies, an account of Spain's early commerce with America, Gonzales's voyage to England and Scotland, Hassel's tour of the Isle of Wight, etc. The whole was compiled by a celebrated cartographer and antiquarian, and first published in London in 1808–14. This first U.S. edition ran to only six volumes, compared to the 17 of the original, and was never completed; containing everything promised above and more, it closes with "End of Europe." These volumes are illustrated with a total of 68 plates, including two folding maps; present here are the "Death of Sir Hugh Willoughby," done by B. Tanner after R. Corbould, "Scene in Lapland" by Peter Maverick, "A Norwegian killing a Bear" by J. Boyd, Laplanders and a "magical drum" by W. Kneass, Samoieds (one bearing a baby on her back) by S. Seymour, "Lady of Iceland" by Kneass, "A Spanish Inn" by B. Tanner, and many others. The United Kingdom is represented with views of St. Michael's Mount, Stonehenge, and other picturesque locations ("Lake of Killarney" by W. Harrison), as well as minute descriptions of the beauties of Wentworth Castle among other architectural attractions. Incorporated throughout the various texts are accounts of mining, farming, commerce, quirky medical customs, fishing practices, superstitions and divinatory techniques, religious and cultural conflicts, etc. Library Company, Afro-Americana, 8233; NSTC P1878 (first ed.); Sabin 62957; Shaw & Shoemaker 21090. Contemporary treed sheep, spines with gilt-stamped leather title and volume labels; mild scuffing, chipping, and rubbing with some unobtrusive refurbishing; some volumes with leather (only) cracked across joints and one or two with joints themselves starting to crack though all are safe for comfortable use with care. Pastedowns each with 19th-century social club library bookplate (and no stamps), front fly-leaves with early inked shelving number. Pages age-toned with intermittent light staining, mild to moderate foxing, and offsetting from plates; some pages and plates in vol. I with outer portions waterstained; a number of plates darkened; folding map in vol. I with outer portion waterstained and outer margin slightly tattered. One leaf in vol. III with short tear from outer margin, touching text without loss; one leaf in vol. V torn halfway across, without obscuring sense. A handsome and solid copy of a significant work, its volumes => large enough to be impressive and not too large for the lap.

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        The Compleat Angler

      London: Printed for S. Bagster, in the Strand, 1810. 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 . 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

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        VOLGARIZZAMENTO DI PALLADIO. Testo di lingua la prima volta stampato.

      Verona Dionisio Ramanzini 1810 4° Pagine XIV + 300 Legatura coeva in mezza pelle. Titolo e fregi al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Vignetta incisa al frontespizio. Rara e raffinata edizione su carta grande di questo testo classico di agricoltura della tarda latinità scritto all'incirca ai tempi di Teodosio, che si occupa di agricoltura, vigne, olio., e allevamento. dando una spiegazione cronologica, mese per mese. Questo volgarizzamento è invece di autore incerto sicuramente toscano e collocabile come data intorno al 1340. Ottimo testo già dai vocabolaristi spogliato sopra codici a penna. L'editore Paolo Zanotto non ha risparmiato fatica nè diligenza per darne la migliore lezione. Gamba, 699. B.IN.G. 1423, Westbury, p.168. Ottima a fresca copia.

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        The Life and Dreadful Sufferings of Captain James Wilson, In various Parts of the Globe,

      Portsea: Printed for, and published by G.A. Stephens,, 1810. including a Faithful Narrative of Every Circumstance during the Voyage, to the South Sea Islands, In the Missionary Ship Duff, for the Propagation of the Gospel; with an Authentic and Interesting Account of the Sufferings and Calamities of the Missionaries; from the Year 1797, to the Present Period. Octavo (202 × 126 mm). Attractively bound in half calf to style, red morocco label, gilt roundels to triple ruled compartments, marbled sides. Attractive folding engraved frontispiece of "The Duff going out on her first Missionary Voyage" under a near full press of sail. Frontispiece torn, without loss, now professionally repaired and laid down, near contemporary ownership, and subsequent gift inscription to the title page, title page slightly browned and with off-setting from the frontispiece, light toning to the text,. 2 pages with spatter of ink-splashes, snuff-burn to a couple of leaves, but overall a very good copy. First edition. Uncommon, COPAC records only the SOAS copy, OCLC locates 12 other copies world-wide, five of them in Australia and New Zealand and five in the USA, two of these in Hawaii. "Although there are several account of James Wilson's life, sufferings and missionary voyage, this was the earliest biography of him to appear. Written anonymously, this lively telling follows Wilson's life from his birth in 1769 and early employment with the East India Company. The account relates the popular tale of his imprisonment by the French in India, his escape, and his subsequent recapture by soldiers of the maharajah of Mysore, then a bitter enemy of England. After his release, he quickly acquired considerable wealth and retired from trade in 1792, while still a young man. Wilson settled in Portsea, Hampshire, married, and in 1795 converted to an evangelical Christianity. He took notice of the London Missionary Society and offered his services to captain its ship, the Duff, on a voyage to deliver missionaries to South Pacific Islands. Four short chapters at the end of this volume deal with the progress of the various missions on Tahiti, Tongatabu, Port Jackson, and the Marquesas" (Hill). Sir Peter H. Buck (Te Rangi Hiroa) describes the expedition as the "last important British voyage to the Pacific during the eighteenth century," remarking on the "great changes in the native culture of the Polynesians" that the success of the mission wrought (Explorers of the Pacific, p47). Results that did not attend earlier Spanish efforts "because the Spanish authorities had failed to provide the missionaries with an armed guard to enable them to deliver their message of peace in safety." None of the four copies listed at auction in the last 40 years has had the frontispiece.

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        The Novels of Daniel De Foe

      Edinburgh,: James Ballantyne,, 1810.. 12 volumes, small octavo, with frontispieces and plates; a most attractive set in contemporary half red morocco. A fine set of Defoe's works, including his classics Robinson Crusoe and A New Voyage Round the World, as well as History of the Plague, Colonel Jack, Captain Singleton and Memoirs of a Cavalier.Although in and out of prison for various bankruptcies, and pilloried for some of his more overtly political writings, Defoe survived these various attacks. By the early eighteenth century he was a favourite of the then Whig government.This set includes Defoe's most famous work, Robinson Crusoe. Based at least partially on the story of the Scots sailor Alexander Selkirk, Defoe turns a genuine experience of barest survival into an elaborate tale. Indeed, the story of Crusoe's hard-fought survival and eventual moral redemption is one of the most important and influential works of English literature, spawning an entire genre that has become known as the "Robinsonade".

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        ENGLISH MINSTRELSY. BEING A SELECTION OF FUGITIVE POETRY FROM THE BEST ENGLISH AUTHORS; WITH SOME ORIGINAL PIECES HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED [CT IN TWO VOLS]

      Edinburgh: James Ballantyne for John Ballantyne and Co.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1810. Hardcover. Small 8o (159 x 95 mm). Half titles. As binding conforms to the single set sold at auction it is apparently the original red morocco covers decoratively gilt. Rubbing to joint edges but sound. Old book dealer's penciled price, otherwise contents clean and sound. It appears that all copies are in collections as there has only been on copy at auction in the last 100 years. Contents clean and bright. 17cm. Authors include the likes of- FLETCHER; DRUMMOND; CRASHAE; DAVENANT; HARRINGTON; MILTON; COWLEY; WALLER; J DENHAM; DRYDEN; PARNELL; ADDISON; PRIOR; GAY; TICKELL; ERSKINE; GAY; SMOLLETT; and a good many more as well. Selected by Ballntayne under the direction of Walter Scott. .

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        VIEWS OF OXFORD

      London: White & Co.; Oxford: R. Smith, 1810. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION (see below). Hardcover. Rare, Fine Views of Oxford, with Noted Owners fromMedicine, Military, Social Welfare, Domestic Science. 416 x 314 mm (16 3/8 x 12 3/8"). FIRST COMPLETE EDITION (see below). Appealing 19th century (ca. 1860s?) dark green half morocco over lighter green textured cloth by T. Aitken (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper), upper cover with gilt titling, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with elongated fleuron centerpiece and scrolling cornerpieces, gilt titling, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt (small, very expert repairs to upper outer corners and perhaps at top of joints). Mezzotint frontispiece portrait after Gilbert Stuart, engraved title, and 30 FINE PLATES OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR VIEWS OF OXFORD COLLEGES, 24 of them aquatints and six of them etched. Front pastedown with engraved armorial bookplates of Sir Mayson M. Beeton and Sir Richard Farrant; verso of front free endpaper with ink presentation inscription, "Sir Charles Locock, Bart. / with Captn. Malton's kindest regards. / Nov. 1860." Subscription proposal for the work printed by T. Bensley and dated "London, May 30, 1301" [i.e., "1801"] laid in at front. Abbey "Scenery" 277. A couple of small smudges to boards, portrait faintly foxed and browned, isolated small stains (not affecting images), but still A FINE COPY, the plates especially clean, fresh, and smooth, and the pleasing binding with virtually no wear. This is an attractively bound and especially well-preserved copy of a surprisingly rare book with striking views of the lovely colleges of Oxford, illustrations that combine architectural precision with a warmth and vitality added by the presence of gowned scholars, ladies of fashion, children, and dogs. Thomas Malton (1751/2-1804) began his career as an architectural draughtsman, theater scenery designer, and drawing teacher whose pupils included the young J. M. W. Turner, but he longed to be accepted as a painter by the Royal Academy. In support of his application, he produced his best-known work, "A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster" (1792-1801) with 100 acclaimed aquatint plates. He followed this triumph with the present work, a similar tour through Oxford. Sadly, he died before this last work could be completed, and the final six plates in our volume appear only in outline as a result. The Royal Academy excluded him on the grounds that he was merely a draughtsman, but his work here belies the claim. The buildings are charged with an energy that captures the spirit of the university town with its soaring spires, and the interiors have a convincing feel of dankness communicated by the granular quality of the aquatints. Our copy has a celebrated history: in 1860, it was presented to Sir Charles Locock (1799-1875), the eminent obstetrician who delivered all of Queen Victoria's children, the presentation being made by "Captain Malton," probably a descendant of the artist, and quite likely Captain William Dawes Malton, who authored at least seven books on infantry drill and related topics in the 1860s. Later owners include Sir Richard Farrant (1835-1906), knighted for his efforts to provide quality affordable housing for the poor; and Sir Mayson Moss Beeton (1865-1947), son of the celebrated Mrs. Beeton (1836-65), author of perhaps the most popular and influential household book ever published. "Views of Oxford" is a very rare book: ABPC lists just four copies of this edition at auction since 1975--none of them sold in the past 25 years--along with two of the 1802 and one of the 1805 printings, these latter editions containing just the first 24 of our 30 plates.

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        Histoire des Pins et des Sapins de l'Amérique septentrionale... [from] Histoire des arbres forestiers de l'Amérique septentrionale, consideres principalement sous les rapports de leur emploi dans les arts et de leur introduction dans le commerce, ainsi que d'apres les avantages qu'ils peuvert offrir aux gouvernemens en Europe et aux personnes qui veulent former de grandes plantations

      Paris: Chez l'auteur,place S. Michel, No. 8. D'imprimerie de L. Haussmann et D'Hautel, 1810. Leather Bound. First Edition, odd volume. Small quarto. 149pp, followed by a list of the plates within an engraved border. With fourteen hand-colored plates of different pine trees. One of three volumes from the original edition of Michaux's great work on American trees. Full straight-grained green morocco, decoratively stamped with a coat of arms in gilt, contemporary pale pink endpapers; engraved armorial bookplate; a Very Good copy.// Michaux and his father were among the most famous botanists of their time, making several trips to the United States over a period of dozens of years. The most well-known result of either of their work is the justifiably famous "North American Sylva', one of the great color-plate books of the nineteenth century Image or additional images available upon request

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        THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE INVASION OF JULIUS CAESAR TO THE REVOLUTION IN 1688. (Complete Set in 7 Volumes) (Leather Bound)

      New York: Inskeep & Bradford. Very Good+. 1810. Hardcover. Published by Inskeep & Bradford, 1810. Professionally rebound in three quarter red moroccan leather bound covers with red linen boards, 5 raised bands, gilt stamped decorative spine detail and gilt borders on covers. Has light wear to corners. Boards and spines are straight. Bindings are tight. Engraved frontispieces heavily toned and protected by tissue. Heavy foxing to a few scattered pages, but the majority of the leaves are relatively free of foxing. Pages are otherwise clean and in very good condition. Gilt top edges. .

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        Elegant-tidning.

      N:o 1-50. [=rubrik]. Uppsala, Stenhammar och Palmblad, (1810). 4:o. (200) s. Häftad i samtida nött pappomslag med trasig rygg. Inlagan delvis lätt lager- och småfläckig. Svag fuktrand i nr 39, fläck nedtill i nr 42-43 och bläckfläckar i nr 44. Med A. A. Afzelius namnteckning.. Lundstedt 387. Allt som utkom. Detta var den första skrift J. A. Stenhammar och V. F. Palmblad gav ut på sitt nystartade förlag. Utgivarnas förhoppning var att tidningen skulle finansiera utgivningen av den mer exklusiva "Phosphoros". Innehållet i "Elegant-tidning" utgörs till stor del av recensionsmaterial, poem, modenotiser och utdrag ur utländsk litteratur - med Atterboms ord "underhållande lektyr för fruntimmer och den lägre klassen af läsare". Av bidragen märks bl.a. Atterboms dikt "Mitt första rendez-vous" som väckte anstöt i prydare kretsar. Bland övriga medarbetare kan Hedborn, Hammarsköld, Askelöf, Palmblad och Stenhammar nämnas. Vid slutet av året såldes tidningen till bokhandlaren Emanuel Bruzelius och återuppstod rekonstruerad som "Tidning i blandade ämnen". Ett tvåsidigt bihang till varje nummer, innehållande annonser och kungörelser för Uppsala, medföljde en del av upplagan men saknas i detta exemplar. Arvid August Afzelius (1785-1871) är väl idag mest känd för sin och E. G. Geijers utgåva av "Svenska folkvisor". Han tillhörde nätverket runt den nya skolan, var god vän med Atterbom och den danske språkforskaren Rasmus Rask samt publicerade sig i bl.a. "Phosphoros" och "Poetisk kalender"

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        The Works of Alexander Hamilton Comprising His Most Important Official Reports; an Improved Edition of the Federalist, on the New Constitution, Written in 1788 and Pacificus, on the Proclamation of Neutrality, Written in 1793. Tomo. Iø The Federalist, on the New Constitution; Written in 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Jay and Mr. Madison, to which is added, Pacificus, on the Proclamation of Neutrality; written in 1793, by Mr. Hamilton. A new Edition, with the Names and Portraits of the several Writers. Tomo IIø.

      Williams & Whiting 1810 In 8, pp. 325, 368. Legat. edit. m. pelle, fregi e oro. Piccolissima mancanza alla parte sup. del dorso del Iø vol. e alone alle due carte bianche non numerate del IIø vol. Chuffie un po' allentate a entrambi i voll. Qualche carta con leggera brunitura. Ex libris.

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        Views of Military Reform. In a Series of Letters to a General Officer; now submitted to Ministers of the War Department. SIR HENRY CLINTON'S COPY

      Printed for T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall, 1810 1810 8vo., SOLE EDITION, some age-marking on half-title, neat repair to last leaf without loss of text, fore-edges browned, new endpapers; newly bound in black coarse-grain cloth, gilt back, uncut, a very good, clean copy. WITH THE SIGNATURE OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL [HENRY] CLINTON, DATED JUNE 1810, ON HALF-TITLE. The author was an officer of infantry. Sir Henry Clinton, the younger (1771-1829), was the second son of Sir Henry Clinton the elder and victor of Charleston. Beginning his career as ensign in 1787 he served in Holland from 1788-89 and was gazetted captain in 1791. He was appointed aide-de-camp to the Duke of York in 1793 and promoted lieutenant-colonel in 1795. A distinguished career followed: as adjutant-general in India, 1802-5; military attaché with the Russian Army at Austerlitz, 1805; commandant at Syracuse, 1806-7; MP, 1808-18; adjutant-general in Sir John Moore's campaign, 1808-9; major-general, 1810, commanded sixth division in Peninsular, 1811-14; KB, 1813; lieutenant-general, 1814; at Waterloo, 1815. A SPLENDID ASSOCIATION COPY OF A SCARCE WORK OF CONSIDERABLE NAPOLEONIC INTEREST. Apparently not in BLPC; not recorded by Sandler.

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        Map Exhibiting the Great Post Roads, Physical and Political Divisions of Europe from Original Materials Collected from the Different Countries Delineated.

      London: A. Arrowsmith, No. 10 Soho Square, 2nd January, 1810.. A very large and detailed folding map of Europe with original outline colour marking out the national boundaries, printed over four sheets, each part dissected into 12 sections and mounted on linen, all edges trimmed with pale silk and with paper tabs denoting the region to one edge, each part measures 80 x 95 cm, i.e. 160 x 190 cm if joined. Folds into original grey paper covered slipcase with a handwritten label to the upper cover. Some wear to the edges of the case, a very good example overall.

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        Vierte Messe in C- Dur. Für vier Solostimmen und Chor, 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncello und Contrabass, 2 Flöten, 2 Hoboen, 2 Clarinetten, 2 Fagotte, 2 Hörner, 2 Trompeten und Pauken. Haslinger No. T. H. 5721. ( Ca. 7 Seiten pro Instrument bzw. Stimme. ) Gestochene Noten auf Büttenpapier.

      Haslinger. Um 1810., Wien, - 34 x 27 cm. Ca. 150 S. Noten. 2000 g. Priv4. (NT). Guter Zustand / Good condition. Sauberes Notenbild. Einbandblatt eingestaubt und mit Läsuren. . [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Columbian. (For the Country.)

      Printed and published Wednesdays and Saturdays by Charles Holt, No 65, Pine Street, New York. - Size of Volume: 13 ½ in. wide, 20 in. high, 3 ¼ thick. Approximately 210 issues from Volumes 2 & 3 published during the years 1810--1812. Each issue consists of four pages (two leaves); some have a one- or two-page supplement attached. The issues are not bound in chronological order. A few issues are duplicated; other issues are missing; and some issue numbers have been used twice. Issue Nos. 125 (2/27/11) and [136] (4/6/11) were trimmed with loss of some text; Issue Nos. 160 (6/15/11), 272 (7/22/12), 281 (8/22/12), [302] (10/24/12), have had items clipped out. Issue No. 302 (10/28/12) has an item clipped our and a tear to the paper with some text missing. (A bracketed Issue No. means that the number was used on two different issues.) Issue Nos. No. 174 (8/17/11); 176 (8/24/11); 199 (11/13/11): 201 (11/20/11); 205 (12/4/11); 202 (11/23/11); and 203 (11/27/11) have supplements. No. 267 (7/3/12) has a supplement which includes a list of names of men registered as an "Additional Army" for the War of 1812. Of historical interest are the following: Issue No. 206 (12/7/11) contains an "Extra No. 6" devoted to the Battle of Tippecanoe (in which Wm. Henry Harrison, then governor of Indiana Territory, received the sobriquet which helped him win the White House in 1840.) Issue No. 246 (4/25/12) is devoted to the death of George Clinton; No. 303 (10/31/12) mentions the publication of "General Lee's Memoirs" in two volumes. This General Lee was the father of Robert E. Lee and led American forces in the South during the Revolutionary War. Less important historically, but still of interest, are No. 143 (5/1/11) which has a note in ink identifying as "George Bloom" the author of an article signed only as "Whig"; and No. [161] (7/3/11) which has an ad for a fireworks display giving the many types of fireworks to be set off. Many of the later issues are noteworthy for their information regarding the War of 1812 (which technically began in June of that year with Congress's declaration of War) and the events leading up to it (including impressments and agitation of the Indians by the British.) Some issues show trimming to the top or bottom edge with the loss of a few letters of text. Some general age-related tanning as well as tan spotting is present to various issues. Bound with an old brown leather spine, sides, and corner pieces with a maroon leather title label with gilt designs and gilt titling, reading: "Columbian For the Country, Vol. 2, 3, and 4; Dec. 15, 1810—Dec. 30. 1812." Marbled paper over thick boards. The leather on the spine shows age-related wear, with chipping to the ends, hinges, and sides. The front cover is present but detached. The outer covers show considerable wear, with some of the marbled paper worn and showing stains. The leather corner pieces show wear and chipping. On the inner front cover and fly-leaf there is foxing. This volume once belonged to John B. Ireland, author of "From Wall Street to Cashmere" (1859). From the collection of William G. Mather (1857-1951), a Cleveland, Ohio-based book collector who was related by marriage to the Irelands. This volume requires proper binding restoration. Weight is 12.5 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires détachés des oeuvres de M. Alexandre Lenoir administrateur du Musée Impérial des Monumens français ; conservateur des objets d'arts de la Malmaison ; membre de l'Académie celtique de Franc, de la Société Philosophique etc .

      Paris 1810 In-8° relié cartonnage de l'époque havane pièce de titre de chagrin rouge carmin gravée. Recueil factice d'articles du grand historien d'art français - On trouve reliés à la suite : Rapport sur la Cathédrale de Cambray (1806), 8 pages - Sur un mémoire lu à l'Académie celtique (1807), 22 pages, 1 planche hors-texte. - Sur deux statues égyptiennes découvertes à Paris, en décembre 1809 (1809), 14 pages, 1 planche hors-texte dépliante. - Notice historique sur l'ancienne peinture sur verre sur les moyens pratiqués dans cet art depuis son invention jusqu'à nos jours par Jean Cousin, 29 pages, 8 planches hors-texte dépliantes et 5 planches hors-texte - Notice sur l'usage des vases lacrymatoires, 4 pages, 1 planche hors-texte dépliantes. - Seconde notice sur les vases lacrymatoires 10 pages. - Observations sur les figures du temple de Montmorillon (1805), 16 pages, 1 planche hors-texte dépliante. - Observations sur quelques statues et représentations d'Apollon, consiédérées sous le rapport de l'art et de l'allégorie 15 page, 3 planche hors-texte. - Mythologie celtique du Dragon de Metz, nommé Graouilli 20 pages. - De quelques Monumens et usages antiques de la ville de Metz, précédée d'une notice historique sur cette ville 22 pages, 1 planche hors-texte et une très grande planche hors-texte de la Cathedrale de Metz. - Sur le tombeau de Daobert st sur les chapitaux de l'église de l'Abbaye d'Austremoine en Auvergnes, 22 pages, 3 planche hors-texte dont 2 dépliantes. - Recueil d'observations sur le déluge, 87 pages. - Dissertation sur les deux questions suivantes : A-t'il existé un tribunal pour juger les rois d'Egypte après leur mort ? Les pyramides d'Egypte étaient-elles destinées à servir de tombeaux aux rois ? 40 pages et 5 très grandes planches hors-texte dépliantes. - - - Alexandre Lenoir (1761-1839), parvint en 1789 avec le soutien de Jean-Sylvain Bailly, à réunir et protéger toutes les oeuvres d'art provenant des Biens Nationaux. En 1793, il assista en opposant impuissant à la destruction des tombeaux des rois. Néanmoins il parvint à sauver un omoplate d'Hugues Capet, un fémur de Charles X , des côtes de Philippe le Bel et de Louis XII ainsi que la mâchoire inférieure de Catherine de Médicis. En 1795, il fut nommé administrateur des Monuments Francais. En 1816, il replaça les dépouilles royales à leur place d'origine, et devint en 1819 administrateur des tombeaux de la Basilique de Saint-Denis, jusqu'à sa mort Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Ta Tsing Leu Lee; being the fundamental laws, and selection from the supplementary statutes, of the penal code of China; originally printed and published in Pekin... translated from the Chinese, and accompanied with an appendix, consisting of authentic documents, and a few occasional notes... -

      London, Cadell and Davies, 1810.Large 4to. Mid 19th century buckram, two leather labels on spine. Frontispiece with a fac-simile. (4), LXXVI, 581, (1), (2 of ads) pp.; tear repaired in d4, mild soiling at beginning and damp stain towards end. First edition. In 1792, at nine years of age, Staunton accompanied his father to China under the nominal designation of page to the ambassador (Lord Macarteny). He soon acquired a good knowledge of Chinese and in 1798 was appointed a writer in the East India Company's factory at Canton, and subsequently its chief. He went to Peking again in 1816 with Earl Amherst and Sir Ellis, and this was only the second time that any party of Englishmen had been permitted to advance so far into the interior of China. In 1805 he translated a work of Dr. George Pearson into Chinese, thereby introducing vaccination into China, and in 1810 he translated the Ta Tsing leu lee: this is the first book translated from Chinese into English. Cf. DNB. Cordier, BS I, 546-547. Löwendhal, China, 748.

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        The Refusa.l By the author of the "Tale of the Times," "Infidel Father," &c

      London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orne, 1810. First edition of a novel dealing with Regency mores. Contemporary black morocco over drab boards, gilt spines. Three volumes, twelvemo. . Boards a bit stained. A very good, clean copy. West (1758-1852) was a self-taught writer who sought to advance her family through her writings. She wrote plays and poetry, and is especially known for her novels, The Advantages of Education (1793) and A Gossip's Story (1797), the latter of which has often been seen as a source book for Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility. Though always regarding herself first as a wife and mother, she was an advocate of education for women and was always concerned that women were often unable to develop their talents. " Her Letters to a Young Lady (1806) has been called " an ideological counterpart to Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), stressing the "duties of women rather than the "rights," which Wollstonecraft stressed.

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        Raccolta di prospettive serie, rustiche, e di paesaggio. -

      Bologna, presso l'autore, 1810.In-folio grande oblungo. Cartonatura coeva, dorso recentemente rifatto in pelle ma con l'antico tassello conservato. Titolo e 102 tavv. inc. in rame «a semplice contorno, e stampata in carta velina ad uso di Francia... inventate da Antonio Basoli guelfese... disegnate da Francesco Cocchi budriese... incise da diversi scuolari del professore Francesco Rosaspina, dall'autore e dal disegnatore». A parte qualche minima ingiallitura, buon esemplare intonso e marginoso. Edizione originale di questa ragguardevole collezione di scenografie teatrali del Basoli «ornatista, scenografo e decoratore molto versatile... La sua attività si svolse quasi completamente a Bologna... (dove) lavorò instancabilmente, dipingendo prevalentemente ornati e quadrature, in collaborazione con diversi pittori di figure... Basoli seppe attuare, con originalità, una svolta decisiva verso la scenografia neoclassica... Dalla celebre genia dei Bibiena il B. trasse il gusto di impaginare le scene ?per angolo? e la perizia innegabile nelle composizioni prospettiche...» (DBI VII, 98). Brunet I, 692. Berlin Kat. 4165. First and only edition of this remarkable collection of stage designs by the prolific and gifted artist Basoli, the foremost Italian scenographer of the post-Bibiena school. Vignette on title and 102 outline engraved plates. Contemporary pink boards, recent calf spine (original leather label preserved); paper occasionally toned, but a fine uncut copy.

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        Saggio sulla storia naturale del Chili... -

      Bologna, Tipogr. de' Fratelli Masi e Co., 1810.In-4 gr. Legatura dell'800 in mezza pelle con angoli, dorso con nervi e titolo impr. in oro. Con un bel ritratto dell'autore e una grande carta geografica del Cile inc. in rame e ripiegata. (6), V, (1), 306, (2) pp.; lievi arrossature sparse; buon esemplare marginoso. Seconda edizione accresciuta, ed arricchita di una nuova carta geografica ed un ritratto dell'autore che non si trova nell'edizione originale del 1782. Sabin 49888. Pritzel 6362. Wood, Zoology, p.469: «A classic essay on the natural history of Chile... (which) has furnished much of our early information regarding the vertebrate zoology of South America... Molina was born in Chili and subsequently settled in Italy». Second enlarged edition, with a new folding map and an engr. portrait of the author which is not in the first edition of 1782. Some light foxing here and there; a large copy bound in later half calf.

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        Saggio sulla Storia Naturale del Chili. Seconda edizione accresciuta e arricchita di una nuova carta geografica e del ritratto dell'autore.

      Bologna, Masi e Comp., 1810. Folio. pp. (6), 306, (2), with engraved frontispiece of the author and 1 engraved map. Recent marbled boards, spine with label. Sabin 49888. Second Italian edition. The first edition of the natural history on Chili was published also in Bologna from 1782-87 and was translated in several languages. Molina born in Chili entered the Jesuit college in Concepcion, where he studied languages and natural sciences. After the expulsion of the jesuits from the Spanish dominions, he became professor of natural sciences in Bologna. Molina, who remains the classic author on the natural history of Chili, incorporated the observations of A.F. Frézier and Feuillée.

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        The History and Adventures of Little Henry, Exemplified in a Series of Figures. The Second Edition.

      London: S. & J. Fuller, at the Temple of Fancy, 1810.. 12mo (5 x 4 inches), 20-pages, original printed wrappers cord bound. With, loosely inserted, 7 cut-out engraved hand-coloured figures, and an interchangeable head. (no hats). All contained in the original slipcase. Some dustmarking to wrappers but generally good, puncture to upper margin of last leaf affecting pagination. The slipcase broken at two joints, dustmarked and rubbed.

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        ARTE OSTETRICIA (DELL')

      Edito nel 1810, in Napoli, , 4 tomi in 2 vol. in 8°, legatura in mezza pelle, fregi e tassello con titoli in oro, al dorso, tagli maculati, tavole anatomiche ripiegate all'interno del 1° vol. e al fine del 2°. Buon esemplare.

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        Svenska boktrycknings-historien, journal utan critik.

      I. bandet. Strängnäs, A. J. Segerstedt, 1810-11. 8:o. 574 s. Tagen ur band och insatt i gammalt marmorerat pappomslag med handskriven titeletikett. Omslaget delvis loss och med revor i främre falsen. Sporadiska lagerfläckar. Pappersförtunning med minimala textförluster på s. 137-38. Insidan av främre omslaget med ett urklipp från en gammal bokkatalog, några anteckningar i bläck och blyerts och J. O. Wedbergs stpl.. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 385. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 123 anger bara 10 häften, istället för 12. Allt som utkom. Redigerades av L. Hammarsköld och utgavs av A. J. Segerstedt. Verket hade som målsättning att bibliografiskt beskriva och kortfattat referera alla under året utgivna skrifter i Sverige, ofta dessutom med kortare citat ur dem. Den höga ambitionsnivån var sannolikt skälet till att tidskriften avstannade efter endast denna första årgång

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        A Voyage Round the World, in the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804; in Which the Author Visited the Principal Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and the English Settlements of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island

      Philadelphia: Benjamin and Thomas Kite. 1810. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. F First US Edition. H Hard Cover. Good. First American edition [1810]. Full marbled calf, 18cm tall, 364 pages, with page numbers 277-80 omitted as called for in Forbes (Forbes 414) but with no loss of narrative. Front joint cracked through with front cover holding with binder's cords, spine label chipped away, spine leather crackled but stabilized, endpapers and blanks at front and rear foxed, pages slightly age-toned but clean with almost no foxing, no names or other markings.

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        THE HISTORY OF LIVERPOOL, From the Earliest Authenticated Period Down to the Present Time; Illustrated with Views of the Principal Buildings in the Town and Vicinity ; A map of the Town , and one of the Adjacent Country

      Printed and sold by William Robinson, Liverpool, 1810. First thus. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 3/4 calf binding over marbled boards with gilt title on leather label on spine. Rebacked with new end papers. Boards a little scuffed but very securely bound. Usually called Troughton's History of Liverpool and ascribed to Thomas Troughton, who was the first publisher. Compiled by John Corry and George Perry and originally published serially by Troughton who had to stop publication because it did not pay. He never printed a t.p. or list of plates. When Robinson bought the copyright, he printed a t.p. and list of contents with his own name as publisher on the t.p., and bound into volumes the unsold parts which he took over from Troughton. Robinson also added a few plates to his issue. A map of the town accompanied Robinson's issue, but it was large, and intended for framing, and therefore not convenient for binding in the volume. Consequently few copies exist with it in although this volume contains a smaller version but lacks the map of the adjacent country mentioned on t.p. Illustrated plates not included in pagination. Contents lightly tanned with some sporadic light foxing. Page 85 lacking top corner, not affecting text. Evidence of bookworm (no longer present) but this does not detract from the attractiveness of the book as a whole. Overall this is a very clean, sound, collectable copy of this book. Size: Quarto (approx A4). viii,vi,389 pp + plates. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Topography; England; 18th century; History. Inventory No: 15582.

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        Geschichte und Topographische Beschreibung der Kaiserlichen freyen Reichsstadt Wetzlar.

      3 Bände. Mit 3 gest.. Portraits., 3 gest.. Titeln mit Vign., 2 gefalt. Kupfertafeln und gefalt. gestoch. Plan. 5 Bll., XII, 1 Bl., 682 (recte 680) S. (ohne die 4 Errata-Bll.); 3 Bll., 842; XVI, 384, 224, 159 S. HPrgt. d. Zt. Demandt I, 838. - Mit zwei schönen Gesamtansichten von Wetzlar. - Titel mit Stempel der Hofbibliothek Donaueschingen. Schönes Exemplar!

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        The Prince. Translated from the Original Italian of Niccolo Machiavelli. To Which is Prefixed an introduction...

      London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1810. xii, xcv, 211 p.; 23 cm. (6 ll., a-f, A-N8, O2). Title continues: "Shewing the Close Analogy between the Principles of Machiavelli and the Actions of Buonaparte by J. Scott Byerley." John Scott Byerley argues that Britain coulf do better in defeating Napoleon if it adhered to rational, Machiavellian practices. Byerley, despite American library catalogers, did exist. His biography is in Notes & Queries, 13th series, vol. 152, p. 160. Bertelli (Machiavelli) XIX, 30. Stock#OB970. Vg, untrimmed in original boards, most of paper spine perished, blue paper over boards has tears.

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        Encyclopædia Britannica. Fourth Edition with Fifth and Sixth Edition Supplement. 26 volume set. [Encyclopaedia; Encyclopedia]

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Covers rubbed and scuffed with some cracking at hinge. Front board detached on volume 6 supplement. Some plates foxed and occasional foxing elsewhere. Some endpapers loose. 1810. Fourth edition + 5th & 6th edition. Original brown leather covers with red and black gilt title panels. 270mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 20795pp. 703 copper plates plus 8 maps and charts, some folding. The full 26 volumes set: 4th edition plus 5th and 6th edition supplements (1824). Noted for the fine quality of the full-page engravings and maps. N.B.: Heavy set - shipping supplement applies - please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. Published: 1810 - 1824. .

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