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        L'art de conserver, pendant plusieurs années, toutes les substances animales et végétales; Ouvrage soumis au bureau consultatif des Arts et manufactures, revêtu de son approbation et publié sur l'invitation de S. Exc. le Ministre de l'intérieur.

      - Paris, Patris et Cie, 1810. In-8, cartonnage moucheté à la Bradel, pièce de titre de veau rouge (rel. Devauchelle), xxxij, 116 p., une planche dépliante. Edition originale de premier tirage, avec la signature autographe de l'auteur au dos du faux-titre. Le compte rendu de l'invention de la conserve alimentaire, par stérilisation à chaud dans des contenants hermétiques et stériles "En juin 1810 un ancien confiseur parisien publie un livre qui va révolutionner la gastronomie et entraîner la création, sur l'ensemble de la planète, d'une nouvelle industrie (.). Son auteur, Nicolas Appert, natif de Châlons-en-Champagne, est installé à Massy. Le procédé de conservation des aliments par la chaleur en récipient hermétiquement clos, qu'il a découvert en 1795, est dévoilé, et dans le monde entier, à partir de cette date, des conserveries vont prospérer" (J.-P. Barbier). "The first workable process for canning foods. In 1795 Appert began developing the process under Napoleon's auspices as a way to maintain food on military expeditions. For strategic reasons he was not allowed to publish the secret method until 1810. Appert's method was strictly empirical. Pasteur eventually discovered a scientific explanation for the process and refined its operation" (Garrison-Morton, 2467.1). (Bitting, 13. En français dans le texte, 220. Norman 59. Oberlé, 184. Vicaire, 34). Quelques infirmes rousseurs. Très bon exemplaire, bien relié. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Berlin, [1810].

      1810. 1 S. 4to. "Euer Wohlgeboren / ersuche ich mich gefälligst umgehend hier nach Berlin - Hotel de Brandenburg - benachrichtigen zu wollen, ob Sie auf meinen letzten Brief von Coblenz (vor ungefähr 6-8 Wochen) bereits die von mir verlangten Sachen nach Coblenz geschickt haben. Sollte dieses der Fall sein, dann bitte ich mir ein Verzeichniß davon zu senden, so wie überhaupt von den Karten u.s.w. welche ich gewünscht habe; sollten Sie noch nichts abgeschickt haben, so wäre es mir lieb zu erfahren, welche Nova ich von Ihnen zu erwarten habe [...]". - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig gebräunt; im Rand leicht beschnitten. Provenienz: 1913 bei Karl W. Hiersemann, 1913, als Nr. 33 der Slg. H. Buhrig ("Napoleon I. und seine Zeit") versteigert (alter Katalogausschnitt beiliegend).

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        Gedr. Konzertplakat. Wien, zwischen 1810 und 1829.

      1810. 378:450 mm. Ankündigung eines Konzerts mit "Vocal- und Instrumental-Musik", das am Donnerstag, den 13. Mai, im "Institut-Hause in der großen Steingasse nächst der Mariahülfer-Linie Nro. 182" stattfinden sollte. - Das Blindeninstitut, 1804 als Privatinstitution vom Armenbezirksdirektor der Josefstadt, Johann Wilhelm Klein (1765-1848), gegründet, war 1810 aus dessen Wohnung in die Große Steingasse 213 (6, Stumpergasse 6) übersiedelt und wurde 1816 in ein Staatsinstitut umgewandelt (erstes Blindeninstitut

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        The Travels of Mirza Abu Taleb Khan in Asia, Africa, and Europe During the Years 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, and 1803

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme, London 1810 - Substantial foxing to text. Translated from the Persian language text. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A General History of the United States of America

      New York: Williams & Whiting, 1810. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. viii, 9-442pp. Restored. Original publishers boards with paper paste downs. New brown cloth spine with paper title label. Hinges repaired. Untrimmed page edges. Old pencil gift inscription on front free end paper. A very small period ink note written at bottom of title page states " * the only volume printed" Howes T 367. Complete. Volume 1 was the only volume ever published. The full title is "A General History of the United States of America; From the Discovery in 1492, to 1792: or, Sketches of the Divine Agency, In Their Settlement, Growth, and Protection; and Especially in the Late Memorable Revolution. In Three Volumes. Vol. 1. Exhibiting A General View of the Principal Events, from the Discovery of North America, to the Year 1765.

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        The Cyclopaedia; or Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (40 volume set, lacking plate volumes)

      Philadelphia : S.F. Bradford, and Murray, Fairman and Co. 1810 - 40 volume set. Bound in contemporary 1/2 leather. Spine heads worn, chipped. 2 volumes have heavier wear to the spines. Many of the boards are detached. Scattered foxing. See our pictures. Two columns to the page. Small institutional stamps. *Lacking plate volumes and Volume 41.* BMC. vol 21, p. 287(1). Sabin 68634. Abraham Rees (1743-1825) was a British clergyman best known for this, his outstanding encyclopedic work, The Cyclopaedia. (Initially published 1802-1820 in parts in Great Britain.) Rees' work not only featured theological and humanistic issues, but also extensive articles on mathematics and natural sciences. The Cyclopaedia, "is the richest work for technology of the period, with detailed text and handsome, carefully prepared plates." Ferguson, Eugene. "Contributions to Bibliography in the History of Technology (part II)". Technology and Culture 3.2 (1962): 169 p. "Rees was convinced that the important progress made during the last decades of the eighteenth century, especially in the fields of history, geography, geology, natural history, and the physical sciences senu lato, required a new type of encyclopedia with the accent on these fields as well as the still relatively undeveloped domains of biography and the history of sciences. The Cyclopaedia thus became one of the first works of its kind to be compiled with the help of 'persons eminently distinguished in these branches of science to which they had devoted their talents.'" (Taxon Vol. 35, No. 2 (1986) This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Views in the Ottoman Dominions in Europe, in Asia, and Some of the Mediterranean Islands, from the Original Drawings Taken for Sir Robert Ainslie 33 of 71 plates

      R Bowyer , London 1810 - First Edition 1810. 19 Fine hand coloured aquatint plates of 71. Plates have some light creasing to extreme margins, but are generally exceptionally clean and fresh. Loosely contained in the original paper covered boards, spine defective and plates loose.Sold as a collection of plates.Each is available to purchase individually, or in smaller sets. Photographs of all 19 available on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SIGNOR TOPSY-TURVY'S WONDERFUL MAGIC LANTERN; or, THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. By the author of

      London, Tabart & Co., 1810.. FIRST EDITION 1810, 16mo, approximately 125 x 100 mm, 5 x 4 inches, engraved frontispiece of magic lantern show, and 23 unusual amusing engraved plates, pages: (4), 5-71, (1) - R. Phillips Elementary Book List, bound in modern quarter red morocco over marbled boards, gilt rules and lettering to spine, 5 tiny gilt ornaments in compartments, new endpapers.  Heavy ink initial on verso frontispiece with slight show-through to upper margin on recto, margins to frontispiece slightly dusty and a little spotted, slight brown offsetting onto title page and all text adjacent to plates, printed price (3s. 6d.) at foot of title page inked out with a couple of minute ink spots offset onto lower margin of frontispiece, frontispiece and title page reinserted on old paper tabs, 45 mm (2") closed tear to title page from inner edge, neatly repaired on verso with no loss of print at all, another small repair to lower part of title page verso, title page very slightly worn at fore-edge with small chip to lower corner, following Advertisement leaf, and C7 similarly affected, thumbing to most lower corners, some pages slightly browned, occasional small pale spot to margins, small ink mark to lower blank corner of page 7, a few very pale fox spots on many plates, tiny piece of surface paper stuck on image of 2 plates, hardly noticeable, due to adhesion to facing text page, in each case with loss of a couple of letters, all easily legible, 'Bee turned Drone' plate reinserted after B15 instead of before it, fore-edge of B16 slightly worn and strengthened with archival tape, inner edge of 'Horse turned Driver' plate slightly browned (due to tape removal?), tiny amount of pencil (most erased) on 'Boy turned Giant' plate, giving him a few extra strands of hair, very small closed tear to lower margin of final plate, neatly repaired on verso.  A good copy of an uncommon children's book by the Taylors, nicely rebound.  It seems the Taylors were inspired by The World Turned Upside Down published by Edward Riley in the second half of the 18th century.  Moon, Tabart, No.171: "This is an excellent production.  The verses are neat, pointed and ... easily to be understood by children.....The plates (by Isaac Taylor, jun.?) are among the more proficient illustrations in children's books of the period and amusingly depict 'The horse turned driver', 'The ass turned miller', etc."; Stewart, The Taylors of Ongar, Volume I, page 135, A9a;  Gumuchian, 1157: "24 remarkable engravings, inspired by the French 18th cent. popular prints of Le Monde Renverse"; Oppenheimer Part VI, 2450.  MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        LE NOUVEAU TESTAMENT DE NOTRE SEIGNEUR JESUS-CHRIST, EN FRANÇAIS, SUR LA VULGATE. TRADUCTION DE L. M. DE SACY

      Boston, 1810. Two volumes bound in one. 403; 326,[1]pp. Contemporary calf, spine gilt, leather label. Extremities worn, spine and boards rubbed. Contemporary ownership inscription on front pastedown. Light to moderate tanning throughout. Good. In a half morocco box. First American edition of the Bible in French. De Sacy's translation was the most widespread French Bible of the 18th century. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 19531. O'CALLAGHAN 1810:4a.

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        Das Ganze der Nelkenzucht. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Leipzig Industrie-Comptoire 1810 - (20 x 12 cm). XVI, 56 S.; SS. (57)-218 (richtig 226), 3 Bll. Anzeigen. Mit 2 Frontispizen, 8 (6 kolorierten) Kupfertafeln und 1 gefalteten Tabelle. Halblederband der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe. - Im ersten Teil wird das System der Nelken beschrieben. Der zweite Teil enthält eine gründliche Anweisung zur Pflege der Nelken. Die beiden Frontispize zeigen den Garten und die Gewächshäuser von Heuslingen; die kolorierten Tafeln mit je 4 nach der Natur gemalten Nelkenblättern von J.F.C. Robert. - Titel mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. Gering gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Rücken im Stil der Zeit erneuert, sonst gut erhalten. - Dochnahl 13; Nissen BBI 123 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Mappe-monde.

      circa 1810 350 x 642 mm. Belle mappemonde gravée à deux hémisphères avec contours aquarellés à l'époque.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Iffland"). Berlin, 13. I. 1810.

      1810. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief). An den Schauspieler und Theaterdirektor Jakob Herzfeld (1763/69-1826) mit der Bitte, ihm doch "den Cromvell [!] des Krugmann" zurückzustellen und über Theaterangelegenheiten. - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt und mit einem kleinen Ausschnitt auf Bl. durch Siegelbruch (dieses wohlerhalten). - In altem Sammlungsumschlag.

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        Untersuchung über die Natur und die Ursachen des Nationalreichtums. Breslau & Leipzig, W. G. Korn, 1810.

      1810. 8vo. 3 vols. CIV, 412 pp. VIII, 631, (1) pp. VIII, 422 pp. Contemp. marbled boards with spine label. Third German edition of this classic of economy, the first good German version (cf. Roscher). The translation, based on the fourth English edition, was prepared by Chr. Garve and A. Dörrien, including for the first time "Stewarts Nachricht von dem Leben und Schriften des Autors". - Microfilmed by Research Publications in 1976; OCLC lists only 4 copies of the printed book. - Some browning due to paper, otherwise fine. Kress B 5757. Humpert 12751. Roscher, 603. Cf. PMM 221.

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        "Oesterreichs Patrioten bey der Vermählungs-Feier Kaisers Napoleon des Grossen mit Kaiser Franz des Gütigen Prinzessin Tochter Marie Luise von Oesterreich im Jahre 1810 | gesungen von Mich. Max. Hainzmann". Wien, 1810.

      1810. Eigenh. Manuskript mit Namenszug im Titel. 10 SS. auf 6 nn. Bll. 4to. Fadengeheftet. Hainzmann war - wie aus dem Namenszusatz am Titel hervorgeht - "Assessor der K. K. n.oe. Banc. Administr. Wien". Enthält weiters einen einseitigen "Plan zur Titel-Schilderung" und zweiseitige "Ideen zur Beleuchtung bey dieser Trauungsfeyerlichkeit". - Schönes zeitgenössisches Dokument über den Beginn der nicht sonderlich geglückten Verbindung. Vgl. Kosch VII, 162 u. Goedeke VI, 540 sowie VII, 126 (wie im

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        Autograph letter signed "G. Spontini Conte di Sant' Andrea" to Benigni Ghisilieri

      Spontini "dominated serious grand opera of the early 19th century in Paris and later in Berlin... Although Fernand Cortez was taken out of the repertory in 1810, that year proved to be the peak of Spontini's career. In February he was appointed directeur de la musique de l'opéra buffa at the Théâtre de l'Impératrice and was able to put his ideas for repertory - concentrating on performances of Cimarosa and Mozart - into practice at the Théâtre Italien. In July he was awarded a newly created prize for the best opera of the decade, for La vestale, and in the same month he married Marie-Cathérine-Céleste Erard, daughter of the pianoforte maker and publisher Jean-Baptiste Erard. After Napoleon's fall from power Spontini withdrew from the public eye for some time, but he greeted the return of the Bourbon kings in August 1814 with Pélage and he was restored for a time to the position at the Théâtre Italien which he had given up in 1812." Anselm Gerhard in Grove Music Online.. 1 page of a bifolium. Quarto (ca. 260 x 217 mm). Dated Paris, June 20, 1845. In ink on dark ivory paper with integral address panel and remnants of original seal to verso of second folio. In Italian (with translation). Spontini asks Ghisilieri to convey his thanks to a certain Consul Petrini. He mentions Giovanni Paggi, a well-known Italian oboist, composer, tenor, and mutual acquaintance. "... The most accomplished Signor Paggi will tell you that he has listened to me saying constantly that I am still awaiting answers from Rome, Iesi, and Maiolati! Without this, I would not know that I am boring my friends with vague, useless and fruitless matters! I have repeatedly asked him, and would indeed ask you also, to convey my infinite thanks to the most kind Consul Petrini for the admirable offer he saw fit to make to me, of providing a friendly retreat and hospitable asylum for the many centenary festivities. I would be too afraid to accept, or be judged perhaps indiscreet or ungrateful. I am not in a position to make up my mind or to take such a decision, which no one should expect in such a state of uncertainty... " Slightly worn and soiled; creased at folds; edges trimmed with short tears and some fraying, slightly affecting several letters; minor loss to margins of second folio, corresponding to seal, not affecting text or address panel. Together with: An intriguing autograph letter signed "Ch. de Lonchamps" to Spontini. 2 pp. of a bifolium, ca. 249 x 190 mm. Dated Naples, June 7, 1810. In ink on ivory paper with integral address panel with remnants of original seal, and "Il Soprintendente Generale de' Teatri, e Spettacoli Ciambellano di S. M." printed at head. In Italian (with translation). Lonchamps attempts to lure Spontini back to his native Italy with a commission for a grand opera and an opera buffa, to be performed at the Royal Theatre of S. Carlo in Naples. He reminds Spontini that, although he may enjoy unprecedented advantages in Paris, it is only in his own country that he may see his friends and family - as well as fulfill the desire of the Queen of Naples to have him in her city. "Having received your letter, my dear Spontini, I have been reflecting on the most suitable method of repaying you for your services. In consequence, I have summoned the impresario for the Royal Theatres, for whom you might like to set some drama to music, as much for honor as for profit. In doing so, knowing the benefit that could accrue from the graciousness of your action, I have engaged him to propose to you the composition of a major serious drama for the Royal Theatre of S. Carlo, for which you will be offered, in reward, the same as has been offered in the past to the most famous composers. Following the success of this composition (of which there can be no doubt), the above-mentioned impresario will propose an opera buffa, which will also be rewarded as above. This is what I have been able to obtain for the moment. I am sure that the impresarios of the Fiorentini and Nuovo theatres will not miss the opportunity to profit from your coming to Naples, by offering in their turn projects for their theatres, which are also enjoying fame at this time... " Creased at folds and corners; occasional small ink stains and smudging, just affecting final pen stroke of greeting; minor worming to upper inner margin, affecting one letter. Spontini was one of the leading composers in Paris when Lonchamps made his proposal. It is unclear whether Spontini accepted. After Fernand Cortez (1809), Spontini seems to have produced no new operas, either in Paris or Italy, until Pélage, first performed in Paris in 1814.

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        The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha. Translated from the Original Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, by Charles Jarvis, Esq. Now Carefully Revised and Corrected; with a New Translation of the Spanish Poetry. To which is Prefixed a Copious and New Life of Cervantes. Embellished with Engravings, and a Map of Part of Spain.

      London: Printed for William Miller 1810 - 4 vols., cxlv, [1], 371, [1]; ix, [1], 412; xvi, 391, [1]; xii, 440, [8, publisher's adverts]pp., engraved portrait, 1 folding map, 19 engraved plates, some light spotting, cont. full calf, both boards with a wide elaborate border of interlacing strapwork, the spine in six compartments with raised bands, the bands highlighted with gilt tooling, lettered in the second compartment, the others with an elaborate Maltese cross in gilt with background decorated in blind, marbled endpapers with matching marbled edges, turn-ins decorated with a single floral roll, one joint with minor cracking otherwise a superb set. Provenance: Noseley Hall Library [nr. Billesden, Leicestershire], Sotheby's, Lot 280, September 28th 1998 (with buyer's invoice and lot number loosely inserted). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Manuskript "Die heilige Dorothea" mit U. O. O., 26. IX. 1810.

      1810. 2 ½ SS. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. 8vo. Insgesamt 10 Strophen. "Als unser Meister, Herr Jesus Christ, | Zum Heil für ewige Zeiten | In den bittern Tod gegangen ist, | Da bekannten sich viele Heyden. | Und in Griechenland lebte ein Mägdlein zart, | Die lebte gar freudige Tage; | Der hatte der Herr sich offenbart | In des Frühlings Blüthensprache. | Sie pflegte der Blumen so lieb und hold, | Sie waren ihr Lust und Schmerzen, | Und der Glaube wuchs wie reines Gold, | Lebendig in ihrem Herzen [...]".

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        Eigenh. Manuskript. (Fragment). Wien, Sommer 1810.

      1810. 1 ½ SS. 8vo. Beschäftigt sich mit Stilfragen in der Gattung des Romans. - Mit Fehlstellen; gering gebräunt. - Loeben begann das Studium der Rechte in Wittenberg, widmete sich nach seiner Übersiedlung nach Heidelberg 1806 aber vor allem seinen literarischen Interessen. Beeinflußt durch die Schriften von Novalis, sammelte er einen kleinen Dichterkreis um sich, zu dem auch Joseph von Eichendorff gehörte. Nach Aufenthalten in Wien und Berlin und kurzer Teilnahme am Krieg gegen Napoleon lebte Loeben seit 1814 wieder in Dresden, wo er Novellen und Gedichte für verschiedene Zeitschriften schrieb.

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        Specimens of Arabian Poetry, From the Earliest Time to the Extinction of the Kaliphat, With Some Account of the Authors. The Second Edition. London, W. Bulmer for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810.

      1810. Large 8vo. XVI, 143, (1), 70 pp. With 1 engr. plate of music. Contemp. full calf with giltstamped cover borders, attractively gilt spine and green gilt spine label. Second, posthumous edition, first published in Cambridge in 1796. Poets include Lebid ben Rabiat Alamary, Hassan Alasady, Abd Almalec Alharithy, Abu Saher Alhedily, Hatem Tai, Jaafer ben Alba, Alfadhel ibn Alabas, Meskin Aldaramy, Nabegat Beni Jaid, Imam Shafay Mohammed ben Idris, Ibrahim ben Adham, Isaac Almousely, Abu Mohammed, Abd Alsalam ben Ragban, Ibn Alalaf Alnaharwany, etc. The Arabic text follows the English translation (with separate page count). J. D. Carlyle (1759-1804) was professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge. He was appointed chaplain by Lord Elgin to the embassy at Constantinople in 1799, and pursued his researches in Eastern literature in a tour through Asia Minor, Palestine, Greece and Italy, collecting in his travels several valuable Greek and Syriac manuscripts. - Occasional browning to text; covers sunned in places. A handsome copy from the library of John Pulteney with his engr. armorial bookplate to front pastedown. BMC 4:1258.1197. Gay 3436. Graesse II, 49. OCLC 2770074.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Dresden, 30. I. 1810.

      1810. 1 S. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Heute gedachte ich nach Teplitz abzureisen, aber das Schicksal hat es anders bestimmt. Nachdem schon seit einigen Tagen ein böser Geist in meinem linken Fuße gespukt hatte, ist endlich ein heftiges Podagra darin ausgebrochen, so daß ich unter heftigen Schmerzen auf einer Stelle liege u. es mir Mühe kostet, diese Zeile zu schreiben. Sobald das Wichtigste vorüber ist, was sich doch wohl bis Ende der Woche verziehen möchte, werde ich aber meine Badereise antreten [...]". - Weiters über das (hier nicht beiliegende Manuskript) zum "8ten deutschen Heft des Augusteum". - Wilhelm Gottlieb Becker war seit 1795 Inspektor der Dresdener kurfürstlichen sächsischen Antikengalerie und des Münzkabinetts und erhielt 1805 die Aufsicht über das "Grüne Gewölbe" und den Titel eines kgl. sächsischen Hofrats. "Becker schrieb Lyrik ('Gedichte an Elisen', 1775), übersetzte u. a. Dandré Bardons 'Costume der ältesten Völker' (4 Hefte, 1776/77) und war Herausgeber einiger Periodika, darunter 1794-1814 des 'Taschenbuchs zum geselligen Vergnügen'. Er war ein Verfechter des englischen Landschaftsgartens in Deutschland. Sein kunstgeschichtliches Hauptwerk 'Augusteum. Dresden's antike Denkmäler enthaltend' (3 Bde.) erschien 1804-11" (DBE).

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        Autograph letter signed. N. p. o. d.

      1810. 8vo. 4 pp. To the organist of the Graz cathedral, Ludwig Carl Seydler (1810-88): "I should ask you, dear Mr Seydler, kindly to exchange the 16-stave music paper for another with only 14 or even 12 staves, should that be finer than the 14-stave one, because the 16-stave paper puts too great a strain on my eyes for my new work [...] I would also ask you to return to me my Lamentationes, my three-voice Miserere and my Tenebrae, because I wish to include the latter, as I would the Jerusalem convertere from the Lamentations and the Miserere, in my new Passion Week [...]". - Neukomm, a student of Michael and Joseph Haydn, went to Russia in 1804, serving as conductor at St Petersburg's German Theatre. In 1809 he went to Paris as a pianist with Talleyrand; his Requiem written in memory of Louis XVI was performed at the Vienna Congress. In 1816 he accompanied the Duke of Luxembourg to Rio de Janeiro, where he remained until 1821. He then returned to Talleyrand, remained in his service until his death in 1839, and travelled throughout Europe as a conductor, composer, organist, and pianist.

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        Marie Louise Impératrice des Francais et Reine d'Italie

      1810 ca. Immaginario monumento a Maria Luigia Imperatrice dei Francesi e Regina d'Italia. Al centro il mezzo busto dell'Imperatrice appoggiato su di un piedistallo recante la scritta "Anagramme / Marie Louise Impératrice des Francais / et Reine d'Italie.", e più sotto "Sa Majesté / I. R. / A entrepris, / Ecrirat-je, / la félicité / du monde.". Ai lati due figure femminili: a sinistra Atena e a destra la probabile raffigurazione allegorica della Francia. Sotto l'incisione al centro si legge "Sur cete auguste front vois respirer la paix / Symbole des vertus où ton bonheur se fonde, / Mortel! avec respect contemple dans ces traits / Et l'Epouse de MARS et l'Idole du Monde.". Ottima impressione. mm 458x322

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        "Nun laßet uns den Leib begraben von Klopstock. Op. 44 Nro. 1". Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit U. [Wohl Bonn, 1810?].

      1810. 2 SS. Tinte auf Papier; einige Zusätze in Bleistift. Qu.-Folio. Lied für Tenor, Baß und Sopran mit Klavierbegleitung: "Begrabt den Leib in seiner Gruft" nach Klopstock, einschließlich des Textes (7 Strophen für Solo und Chor). Arrangiert für fünf Singstimmen mit Begleitung von 2 Violen, 2 Fagotten, 2 Hörnern, Violoncello und Bass wurde die Komposition 1812 bei Kühnel in Leipzig erstgedruckt. - Ries ist heute insbesondere als Freund, Sekretär und Biograph Beethovens bekannt. Zu seinen Lebzeiten ein in ganz Europa berühmter Klaviervirtuose, gilt er noch heute als bedeutendster Bonner Komponist nach Beethoven. - Die Ränder etwas unregelmäßig; insgesamt sauberes, wohlerhaltenes Blatt.

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        NEUBURG/Donau. "Ite. Aussicht des Schloss-Garten zu Neuburg an der Donau". Ansicht des Schlossgartens vor einer Einfassungsmauer mit Torturm, auf einer Bank sitzen zwei Damen.

      - Altkol. Aquatinta von Franz Vogl nach Amalie von Zillenhard, um 1810, 32 x 42 cm. Vgl. Schefold 47106 (kennt nur die II. Ansicht). - Sehr rare Ansicht in herrlichem Altkolorit und frischer Erhaltung.

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        Henry, Earl Bathurst. From an original picture in the possession of Sir George Thomas, Bart. Drawn by J. Wright, engraved by H. Meyer

      London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1810. Stipple engraving, 380 x 300mm. (plate size), a little toning at the margins, very good. Fine engraved portrait of Henry Bathurst, the Tory politician who instigated the Bigge reports into the convict system of New South Wales under the administration of Governor Macquarie. As Secretary of State for the Colonies from 1812-1827, Bathurst was intimately involved with affairs in New South Wales, and the present-day township bears his name. Concerned by the escalating cost of maintaining the colony, Bathurst ordered the Commission of Enquiry executed by John Thomas Bigge. Macquarie's administration was criticised in the outcome, especially his treatment of the convicts and ticket-of-leave men which was perceived as being too lenient. Ultimately, the Bigge report instigated by Bathurst led to the replacement of Macquarie by Major-General Sir Thomas Brisbane.

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        Elegant Extracts. Poetry, 6 volumes; Prose, 6 volumes; Epistles, 6 volumes. Complete set of 18 volumes.

      [Strictly speaking, 36 volumes in 18, but most commonly seen bound thus] John Sharpe, c. 1810. Uniformly bound in contemporary straight grained morocco, ornately gilt on the spines and covers with a central lyre device to the centre of each board. All edges gilt. Contained in a purpose built brass inlaid miniature cabinet bookcase, the moulded top centred by an inlaid lyre, matching that to the cover of each volume, over a glazed brass strung door, on ogee bracket feet, the whole 15 inches high. The wood was probably originally simply waxed and at some time in the past has been French polished. Each of the 18 volumes has a unique foredge painting of an English pastoral scene probably executed at a later date, hidden under the gilt foredge.

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        Die romantische Poesie. Stanzen zu Erklärung eines Maskenzuges aufgeführt den dreissigsten Januar. Weimar, 1810.

      1810. 4to. 16 pp. Wrappers. Second impression, previously published as "Maskenzug zum 30sten Januar 1810" in octavo. In contrast with the earlier impression, this one contains a preface and cites the characters before each stanza, rather than numbering them. In fact, the first performance was not until February 3. - Traces of folds; browned and showing occasional slight tears. Kippenberg I, 432. Hagen p. 166, no. 334. Goedeke IV, 3, 394 (183). Hirzel A 281. Speck Nr. 2214. Brieger 710. WG² 91.

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        4 autograph letters signed. N. p., 1810 to 1823.

      1810. (Small) 4to. Altogether 5¾ pp. on 7 ff. 2 letters with autogr. address. I) 10 January 1810, to E. Hutin, rue Neuve St Eustache, 32, sending him a copy of a letter he has received from the Bishop of Strasbourg (Jean Pierre Saurine, 1733-1819) concerning the non-payment of a debt by a third party to Janvier. - II: 21 February 1810, to the same. The affair has a defect; Janvier hopes to avoid a judgement. - III: 6 May 1815, to Jacques René Tenon (1724-1815, surgeon, Member of the Institute), concerning a vacancy in the section 'Mécanique' at the Institut. The sheet has been heavily scored through with a resulting ink-burn (with minor loss), running diagonally across the letter. - IV: 26 October 1823 Claude Pierre Molard (1758-1837, mechanician, member of the Institute) soliciting his support in the forthcoming election of a mechanician to replace A. L. Breguet, deceased. - The four letters presented here are all unknown to biographers of Janvier and cast new light on the circumstances of his bankruptcy in 1810, on his acquaintances and collaborators, and on his efforts to gain admittance to the Institut de France.

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        Zur Farbenlehre. Nebst einem Hefte mit sechzehn Kupfertafeln. Tübingen, J. G. Cotta, 1810.

      1810. 8vo and 4to. 2 vols. and volume of plates. XLVIII, 654 pp. XXVIII, 757 pp. With 17 plates (12 in colour; with the extra plate after no. II). Contemp. half calf with giltstamped Saxon arms on covers. Edges marbled. First edition of Goethe's principal scientific work, the "Farbenlehre", including the quarto-sized "Erklärung der zur Goethe's Farbenlehre gehörigen Tafeln". "Goethe's first publication on optics culminated in his 'Zur Farbenlehre', his longest and, in his own view, best work, today known principally as a fierce and unsuccessful attack on Newton's demonstration that white light is composite" (DSB V, 445). The plates are of various sizes, showing this to be the earliest impression of the 17-plate set, but do not have the manuscript corrections present in some copies (cf. Hagen, p. 170). - Bindings somewhat rubbed; occasional brownstaining due to paper. A fine, complete copy in its first binding, originally in the library of the Dukes of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach: gilt Saxon arms on the marbled covers; armorial stamps to all titles. Most famously, Duke Karl August was Goethe's friend, lord, and benefactor. Hagen 347, 347 d. Goedeke IV 3, 583 (46). Kippenberg I, 386, 389. Hirzel A 288. Speck 2289/90. Schmid 55-58. Brieger 733. WG² 79.

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        Autograph letter. N. p., 7. VIII. 1810.

      1810. 4to. 3 pp. With autogr. address. A fine letter to his sister Pauline Périer-Lagrange. Only a few days after being named an auditor with the Conseil d'État on August 3, 1810, Stendhal is pleased to report about his initial experience with this new position: "Tout va au mieux, ma chère amie, un homme inabordable m'a donné un audacieux entrainement favorable". Nevertheless he deplores his own financial situation by mentioning his continuing dependency on the fatherly support: "Malheureusement je suis au bout de mon trésor et dans cette aventure my father lends me four hundred Livres... une goutte d'eau au milieu d'un faible espoir". - Small damage to fol. 2 due to breaking the seal.

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        Voyage dans la vallée de Barcelonnette, Basses-Alpes. Par Cphe de Villeneuve, Préfet du département de Lot et Garonne, Baron de l'Empire, Membre de la Légion d'Honneur.

      Agen, 1810. 1810 1 vol. in-8° (228 x 187 mm.) de : [2] ff. (Faux-titre, Titre), 207 pp. 1 carte manuscrite double montée sur onglets, dessinée à l'encre de Chine, et rehaussée au lavis et au crayon de couleurs. Demi-maroquin à coins framboise d'époque, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre de maroquin bleu, plats recouverts de maroquin à grains longs d'époque. Très agréable manuscrit composé de 20 lettres rédigées par Christophe de Villeneuve Bargemont (1771-1829) à la demande de ses amis, retraçant son voyage dans la vallée de Barcelonnette (Basses-Alpes). Il s'agit certainement du manuscrit original de l'ouvrage qui fut publié sous le même titre en 1815 à Agen chez Noubel. Le manuscrit est illustré d'une carte manuscrite, très finement exécutée et relevée au lavis, en guise de frontispice qui n'est pas mentionnée dans les collations de l'édition de 1815. Il est rédigé d'une écriture très lisible, et agréable. Provenance : à Dragon qui me l'a expédié le 28 juillet 1915. (Inscription à l'encre noire en page de garde). Belle condition. 1 vol. 8vo. 207 manuscript pp., 1 map drawn in pencil. Contemporary quarter morocco. Very pleasant manuscript, with 20 letters written by Christophe de Villeneuve for his friends, relating his travel in the valley of Barcelonnette (Alps). It most probably is the original manuscript of the work published in 1815 by Noubel, without the map. Fine condition.

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        Portrait de Rose Armande de Roulin. Dessin original.

      Superbe dessin au crayon de la jeune femme (24 x 33 cm), assise sur une pierre, dans un décor de ruines très romantique. Un quatrain manuscrit du peintre en bas de la Marie-Louise: "Vous seule savez l'inspirer / Ce sentiment qui fait le bien suprême / Vous seule faites désirer / d'être chéri comme on vous aime. Rose Armande de Roulin dessinée par Antoine de Marléti". Cadre doré et Marie-Louise d'époque, étiquette au dos de Niodot Fils, encadreur à Paris. Marléti est connu pour avoir réalisé un tableau de la cérémonie du mariage de l'empereur Napoléon Ier avec Marie-Louise d'Autriche (1er avril 1810). Une gravure a été tirée d'après cette toile, elle porte en bas à gauche : Marleti pinx. et en bas à droite : Parft. Augrand sculp. Fonds : Château de Versailles et de Trianon N°identification : INV.GRAV 1388

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        Panorama von Zürich gezeichnet auf der Katze - Schanze.

      Füssli, Zürich 1810 - Zürich, Füssli, 1810. 14 x 143 cm. In kartoniertem Umschlag mit gedrucktem und handschr. Deckeltitel. - Papier stockfleckig. Umschlag berieben. Rückenbezug fehlt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A new family herbal: Or popular account of the natures and properties of the various plants used in medicine, diet, and the arts.

      London: Richard Phillips (pr. by Richard Taylor & Co.) 8vo (24.1 cm, 9.5"). xvi, 901, [1 (adv.)] pp.; illus.. 1810 First edition: "A more complete and perfect herbal than has hitherto appeared . . . intended to unite the various advantages that have been derived to science from [Andrew Duncan's] 'Edinburgh New Dispensatory'" (p. vii). Compiled by an English physician and botanist remembered for his magnificent Temple of Flora, the present pharmaceutical treatise lists and describes the uses of 283 plants => illustrated with 261 wood engravings by Thomas Bewick. According to Johnston, this represents Bewick's "only attempt at botanical wood engravings," based on designs by Peter Charles Henderson. Dr. Thornton was the author of A Grammar of Botany and The Philosophy of Botany, as well as The Temple of Flora. In addition to the expectable lavender, chaste tree, burdock, lungwort, etc., also present here are discussions of Chinese smilax, coffee, tea, the Peruvian bark tree, ginseng, sarsaparilla, pimento ("Jamaica Pepper"), and tobacco. Provenance: Front cover with gilt-stamped armorial device of Dr. Alfred Freer of Stourbridge, Worcestershire: out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's head. Contemporary calf, covers framed in blind roll and single gilt fillet, spine with blind-tooled compartment decorations; binding rubbed and scuffed overall, spine label now absent with traces remaining, repair work to splits in spine leather and to short tear from inner margin of front free endpaper, joints and extremities refurbished. Front free endpaper with inked ownership inscription ("C.M.W.") dated 1912. Dedication tipped in. Pages gently age-toned with scattered foxing; small inkstain to upper fore-edge of first 30 ff., barely extending onto pages. One contents leaf with short tear (just touching text, without loss) and old repair in lower outer corner. A now solid, even rather distinguished-looking copy of a desirable pharmacopeia => exquisitely illustrated.

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        Messe a trois voix et choeurs avec accompagnemens par L. Cherubini

      Au magasin de Musique de Richelieu n. 76, senza data ma 1810. In-folio, frontespizio iciso, una carta con la lista dei sottoscrittori e 351 pagine di musica incisa in rame. Manca la rilegatura ma solidamente legato. Una gora di umidità molto chiara attraversa la metà superiore del volume

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        The East India Vade-Mecum;

      London: for Black, Parry, and Kingsbury,, 1810. or, complete guide to gentlemen intended for the civil, military, or naval service of the Hon. East India Company. 2 volumes, octavo (210 x 120 mm). Attractive recent half sheep to style, gilt-tooled raised bands to spine forming compartments ruled with gilt fillets and dotted rolls, green labels to second compartments, volume numbers gilt to fourth within decorative lozenges gilt, marbled sides. 6 pp. publisher's advertisements to rear of vol. 2. Bound without the half-titles. Pale damping extending from bottom edges in both volumes, occasional spotting and soiling; lower outer corners of vol. 1 prelims and sig. B1 repaired with mottling to fore edge of earlier leaves, small chip to lower outer corner of vol. 2 sig. 2C2 not affecting text. A good copy. First edition of this "invaluable record of British social life in late eighteenth century India" by the author of Oriental Field Sports (Edwards, "Captain Thomas Williamson of India", in Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 14, No. 4 [1980], p. 682). Scarce: three copies only traced in auction records, and seven in British and Irish libraries; a digest by John Gilchrist appeared in 1825. Williamson provides an extraordinarily rich account of almost every imaginable aspect of life and society in Bengal, with descriptions of local customs, sanitary practices (including the novel art of "shampoing"), education, dress, social stratification, agriculture and cuisine interwoven with detailed advice for employees, ranging from the best route out (from Gravesend rather than Portsmouth) to recommended taverns, and reading lists for learning Indian languages. Williamson (1758/9-1817) spent twenty years as an officer in the Bengal army of the East India Company before being sent home to England in disgrace after allegedly writing a letter to the Calcutta Telegraph criticising the proposal of Lord Cornwallis to bring the army of the East of India Company under the control of the crown. He therefore became one of the first casualties in the patronage conflict between the British government and the East India Company, and "forced to find a new livelihood, Williamson brought his imagination into play and left a permanent record of his abilities in a number of published works" (idem), also including a three-volume romance called The Dominican, and some of the first transcriptions of Indian music in his 1st and 2nd Collections of Original Hindostanee Airs, opp. 4 and 9.

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        \"Vue de Francfort s/m\". Gesamtansicht den Main entlang, auf dem Fluß Flöße und Lastkähne.

       Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von J.G. Reinheimer nach A. Radl, um 1810, 28,5 x 48 cm. Seltene Ansicht mit Blick auf die Mainbrücke in der Ferne, rechts Sachsenhausen, mittig der Dom. - Auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und auf braunen Karten montiert, die Titelei separat. Bugfalte geglättet. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen

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        [CONTEMPORARY BOUND VOLUME OF THIRTY-SIX SPANISH PAMPHLETS RELATING TO NAPOLEONIC WARS, NAPOLEON'S CHARACTER, etc.]

      Various places, 1810. Thirty-six pamphlets (two in contemporary manuscript), all in Spanish. Manuscript index at front. Small quarto. Contemporary half sheep and marbled boards, raised bands. Spine cracked and worn. Some minor worming, else internally very clean and crisp. Overall condition is quite good. An interesting contemporary collection of Spanish anti- Napoleonic tracts, most of an ephemeral nature, including daily news sheets from Cadiz and Havana reporting on military actions, biographies of Napoleon, a dramatic work, two brief manuscript items, works translated from other languages into Spanish, and pamphlets printed in Lima and Mexico. These items are all vehemently against Napoleon and the "barbarous French despotism," and represent the work of a busy and perhaps underground press in opposition to French control in Spain during a tumultuous period. The volume consists of the following items: 1) PREVENCIONES. Reimpresas en Lima. [1808?]. 8pp. Signed in print at the end by Juan Bautista Pardo. 2) PROCLAMA A LOS ESPANOLES, Y A LA EUROPA ENTERA, DEL AFRICANO NUMIDA ABENNUMEYA RASIS...SOBRE EL VERDADERO CARACTER DE LA REVOLUCION FRANCESA Y DE SU XEFE NAPOLEON. Cadiz. [1808?]. 36pp. 3) DIARIO DE BADAJOZ DEL VIERNES 8 DE JULIO DE 1808. Cadiz. 1808. [4]pp. 4) DIARIO DE BADAJOZ DEL LUNES 1.° DE AGOSTO DE 1808. Num. 46. [Np]. 1808. pp.193-200. 5) DIARIO DE BADAJOZ DEL MARTES 2 DE AGOSTO DE 1808. Num. 47. [Np]. 1808. [4]pp. 6) CLAMOR DE LA VERDAD HACIA LA ESPANA. Cadiz. 1808. 8pp. 7) LA TRANQUILIDAD PUBLICA ANTEQUERANOS. [Np]. 1808. 8pp. 8) MI SUENO. [10]pp. Manuscript description of a dream. 9) COMO DE PIENSA EN FRANCIA DE BONAPARTE, O NOTICIAS PARTICULARES DE LA VIDA DE ESTE HOMBRE, CON ANECDOTAS CURIOSISMAS QUE DAN A CONOCER SU CARACTER, ESCRITAS POR UN VIAGERO ESPANOL RESIDENTE EN PARIS, A UN AMIGO SUYO EN MADRID. Seville: Por la Viuda de Hidalgo y Sobrino, 1808. 24pp. 10) JUICIO IMPARCIAL, CRISTIANO, Y POLITICO SOBRE EL PERFIDO CARACTER DEL EMPERADOR DE LOS FRANCESES. Por el Doctor Don. L.S. y V. Seville. 1808. [2],16pp. 11) DIALOGO ENTRE NAPOLEON Y MURAT, QUANDO ESTE SE PRESENTO A AQUEL EN BAYONA, DEL REGRESO VERGONZOSO DE ESPANA A FRANCIA. Cadiz. 44pp. 12) DIARIO DEL GOBIERNO DE LA CORUNA, DEL MIERCOLES 5 DE JULIO DE 1809. 4pp. 13) DIARIO DEL GOBIERNO DE LA CORUNA, DEL JUEVES 6 DE JULIO DE 1809. Cadiz. 4pp. 14) DIARIO DEL GOBIERNO DE LA CORUNA, DEL VIERNES 7 DE JULIO DE 1809. Cadiz. 4pp. 15) DIARIO DEL GOBIERNO DE LA CORUNA, DEL SABADO 8 JULIO DE 1809. Cadiz. 4pp. 16) DIARIO DEL GOBIERNO DE LA CORUNA, DEL DOMINGO [9] DE JULIO DE 1809. Cadiz. [4]pp. 17) LA JUNTA SUPREMA DEL REYNO A LA NACION ESPANOLA. [Seville?]. Oct. 28, 1809. 13pp. 18) LA JUNTA SUPREMA DEL REYNO A LA NACION ESPANOLA. [Cadiz]. Nov. 21, 1809. 12pp. 19) DIARIO DE SEVILLA DEL SABADO 27 DE ENERO DE 1810. pp.441-44. 20) Paparino, M.F.: AFLIGIDOS. [Mexico, 1809]. 8pp. MEDINA (MEXICO) 10287. 21) AVISO IMPORTANTE A LOS ESPANOLES EN EL ESTADO PRESENTE DE LAS COSAS POR UN ZELOSO PATRICIO. Cadiz: En la Oficina de D. Nicolas Gomez de Requena, 1810. 15pp. 22) EL AVISO DE LA HABANA. PAPEL PERIODICO LITERARIO- ECONOMICO DEL DOMINGO 1 DE JULIO DE 1810. Havana. 1810. pp.321-28. 23) EL AVISO DE LA HABANA. PAPEL PERIODICO LITERARIO- ECONOMICO DEL MARTES 3 DE JULIO DE 1810. Havana. 1810. pp.329-34. 24) A LOS GADITANOS UN MADRILENO RECONOCIDO. Cadiz. 1810. [8]pp. 25) A LA ALIANZA ETERNA DE LA GRAN BRETANA, MEMORIA DE LA CONSTANTE ESPANA. Cadiz. [4]pp. 26) RECUERDOS DEL DOS DE MAYO CONCION ELEGIACA. [5]pp. Manuscript patriotic song. 27) Molle, D.F.J.: EFFECTOS DE LA LEALTAD Y DEL VALOR HEROYCO DE LOS ESPANOLES. Malaga. 1809. [18]pp. 28) Herresuelo, Miguel: REFLEXIONES SOBRE LOS HECHOS DE NAPOLEON EMPERADOR DE LOS FRANCESES. Malaga. 1808. 22pp. 29) ORACION FUNEBRE QUE EN LAS SOLEMNES HONRAS DE LOS MILITARES DIFUNTOS EN LA JORNADA DE BAYLEN Y ANTERIORES MANDADAS CELEBRAR POR LA ILUSTRISIMA JUNTA DE LA M.N.Y.M.L. CIUDAD DE ANTEQUERA EL DIA 6 DE SETIEMBRE DE ESTE ANO DE 1808. Malaga. 1808. 46pp. 30) Aparicio, Juan Jose: FERNANDO VIL PRESO: O SEGUNDA PARTE DEL REY DE ESPANA EN BAYONA. ESCENA EN UN ACTO POR EL MISMO AUTOR DE LA PRIMERA PARTE. Murcia. xxx pp. Dramatic work. 31) EXHORTACION A LOS VALIENTES DEFENSORES DE LA PATRIA. ROMANCE. [Np. nd]. In verse. 32) LO QUE SERIA LA ESPANA SI REYNARA DON JOSE. Valencia. 1808. 27pp. 33) Pau de Fonsells, Pancracio: LENTE SIN AUMENTO QUE SOLO ACLARA; PERO ACLARA BIEN, LOS OBJETOS; MUY UTIL PARA CONDUCIRNOS CON LA PRECAUCION EN LAS ACTUALES CIRCUNSTANCIAS. Cadiz. 1810. [4]pp. 34) SERMON QUE PREDICO EL S. JOSEF BONAPARTE INTRUSO REY DE ESPANA EN LA SANTA IGLESIA DE LOGRONO EN ITALIANO, EXPLICADO EN EL MISMO PULPITO EN CASTELLANO POR EL PATRIARCA DE SUS INDIAS. Isla de Leon. 1808. 8pp. 35) LINTERNA MAGICA, O SEMANARIO FISONOMICO, PARA CONOCER BIEN AL EMPERADOR DE LOS FRANCESES Y SU HONRADA FAMILIA: DIVIDIDO EN VARIAS ESCENAS Y COLOQUIOS. PROSPECTO. Seville. 16pp. 36) LINTERNA MAGICA, O SEMANARIO FISONOMICO, PARA CONOCER BIEN AL EMPERADOR DE LOS FRANCESES Y SU HONRADA FAMILIA. Seville. pp.81-160.

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        Kingin zuroku [trans.: An Album of Gold & Silver Coins].

      Numerous woodcut illus. of coins, block printed in colors. 50; 37; 29: 29; 53; 31; 18; 48 folding leaves. Seven vols. 8vo, orig. pale blue paper wrappers (some rubbing), title labels on upper covers, new stitching. N.p.: [from the author's private press], 1810. First edition of this finely illustrated work; it is a catalogue of Japanese gold and silver coins. Our copy is notable for having the illustrations of the silver coins delicately heightened with mica [kira zuri]; not all copies have this special feature. Morishige (1771-1829), chief librarian for the Tokugawa clan and high ranking government official, is most famous for his expedition to Hokkaido. Fine set, nice and fresh. .

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

      London: Printed for R. Triphood, 1810, 1810. First complete edition, preceded by the first edition of 1784; in 1795 there was a second edition that both added and subtracted material; this 1810 edition restores the original text of 1784, the additions of 1795 and adds two parts with new material. NCBEL II, 1764; Bronson, Joseph Ritson, Scholar-at-Arms, pages 756-57. Paper with scattered light browning; a fine copy with wide margins.. 8vo, modern dark purple morocco by Philip Dusel, gilt decorations and lettering. A collection of famous children's rhymes, first compiled by Joseph Ritson in 1784. Ritson (1752-1803) the antiquary was interested in the "folklore of the nursery" (Bronson) and brought together 75 rhymes in Gammer Gurton, based in part on the famous Mother Goose's Melody, also published in 1784, but there are several well known rhymes in Gammer Gurton not in Mother Goose, including "London Bridge is Broken Down," "There was an old woman, she liv'd in a shoe," "The Man in the Moon came tumbling down," and "Hark, hark, the dogs do bark." Antiquary Francis Douce (1757-1834), a friend of Ritson with similar interests, later annotated a copy of the 1795 edition of Gammer Gurton with additional rhymes, and the material from that annotated copy was used to produce this expanded edition in 1810. Another antiquary, Joseph Haslewood, has been given credit for editing this edition. The number of famous rhymes in Gammer Gurton includes "The Cat and the Fiddle," "Bah, Bah, Black Sheep," "Patty Cake" "Jack and Gill," "Dickery, dickery, dock," "Yankey Doodle came to town," and "Tom Thumb the piper's son." In part IV of this edition are the first appearances in print of  form of "Humpty Dumpty" and "Little Bo-Peep." "Gammer" is an old English word for countrywoman, and the name "Gammer Gurton" was used in a few early English children's rhymes. ESTC records no copies of the 1784 edition of Gammer Gurton and only five copies of the 1795 edition.

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        A Manuscript Book of Geographical and Astronomical Spheres, Globes, and Other Subjects relating to Astronomy, Geography, and Mathematics

      Unpublished no date given c. 1810 - 1841 - , a small oblong book with 40 drawings ,[mostly coloured], and text on the page opposite. There is a note on the verso of the front free endpaper that says the book was bequeathed to Henry Alfred Napier by Charlotte Lady Brooke Pechell in 1841, and it is entirely possible that the contents were done earlier, the paper is unwatermarked, and looks to be older than 1841. It is a lovely thing with neat interesting illustrations and text throughout , very good condition , full leather with gilt rules, decorative corners, and gilt title [demonstrations] on front , 9.5 x 13 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jeu de cartes Mythologiques avec abrégé de la Fable.

      Boitier façon reliure XVIIIeme,complet des 48 cartes avec titre et régle contrecollées sur papier fort. Chez Vanackere Lille circa 1810. Bon Etat.

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        CONNECTICUT FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES

      [New Haven, 1810. Map, 16 x 18 1/2 inches. Outlined in period color, faded. Light dampstaining to lower left corner. Lightly and evenly toned. About very good. Matted. The earliest issue of Amos Doolittle's map of Connecticut intended for separate sale, not as part of an atlas or other book. The first issue of this map was engraved for Carey's American edition of GUTHRIE'S GEOGRAPHY IMPROVED (1795), and also appeared in Carey's AMERICAN ATLAS that same year. This version is slightly larger than the original state, and the attribution line indicating publication for Mathew Carey has been removed, as has any plate number. Thompson notes: "in this state, the map is on a large sheet with generous margins, apparently issued for separate sale...some time after 1800....Amos Doolittle (1754) was a famous and prolific early Connecticut engraver whose work continued for some three decades after this date." The cartouche for this map of Connecticut is unchanged from the original through the 1814 edition of Carey's world atlas; by 1818 the plate had been retouched and the word "Connecticut" enhanced in the title. THOMPSON, MAPS OF CONNECTICUT 36.

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

      London: Printed for R. Triphood, 1810 - 8vo, modern dark purple morocco by Philip Dusel, gilt decorations and lettering. ? A collection of famous children's rhymes, first compiled by Joseph Ritson in 1784. Ritson (1752-1803) the antiquary was interested in the "folklore of the nursery" (Bronson) and brought together 75 rhymes in Gammer Gurton, based in part on the famous Mother Goose's Melody, also published in 1784, but there are several well known rhymes in Gammer Gurton not in Mother Goose, including "London Bridge is Broken Down," "There was an old woman, she liv'd in a shoe," "The Man in the Moon came tumbling down," and "Hark, hark, the dogs do bark." Antiquary Francis Douce (1757-1834), a friend of Ritson with similar interests, later annotated a copy of the 1795 edition of Gammer Gurton with additional rhymes, and the material from that annotated copy was used to produce this expanded edition in 1810. Another antiquary, Joseph Haslewood, has been given credit for editing this edition. The number of famous rhymes in Gammer Gurton includes "The Cat and the Fiddle," "Bah, Bah, Black Sheep," "Patty Cake" "Jack and Gill," "Dickery, dickery, dock," "Yankey Doodle came to town," and "Tom Thumb the piper's son." In part IV of this edition are the first appearances in print of? form of "Humpty Dumpty" and "Little Bo-Peep." "Gammer" is an old English word for countrywoman, and the name "Gammer Gurton" was used in a few early English children's rhymes. ESTC records no copies of the 1784 edition of Gammer Gurton and only five copies of the 1795 edition. Paper with scattered light browning; a fine copy with wide margins. NCBEL II, 1764; Bronson, Joseph Ritson, Scholar-at-Arms, pages 756-57 First complete edition, preceded by the first edition of 1784; in 1795 there was a second edition that both added and subtracted material; this 1810 edition restores the original text of 1784, the additions of 1795 and adds two parts with new material. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CARATTERI DI ALCUNI NUOVI GENERI e nuove specie di animali e piante della Sicilia, con varie osservazioni sopra i medesimi. Opuscolo del Sig...

      Sanfilippo, 1810. in - 8, pp. (4), 105, leg. p. perg. coeva con doppio tass. al d., tagli spruzzati. Con 20 belle tavv. inc. in rame più volte ripiegate raff. pesci e fiori, con riferimento al testo. L'A. (1783 - 1840) fu biologo e botanico americano di origine germanica ma residente in Sicilia dal 1804, dove si dedicò principalmente all'ittiologia oltre a scivere alcuni libri di storia naturale e una "Flora Sicula" che non fu mai pubblicata. La sua vita fu avventurosa, si spingeva a teorie scientifiche che gli vennero confutate; poliglotta e molto erudito, viaggiò parecchio per i suoi studi e costituì preziose collezioni poi disperse, tra cui quella di conchiglie (60.000 pezzi e 50 casse di libri della sua biblioteca) naufragata in mare durante un viaggio di ritorno negli Stati Uniti. Gli è stata anche dedicata una specie botanica con il nome di "rafinesque". Mira II, p. 260: "Molto raro". Bellliss. esempl. [527]

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