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        Histoire de la republique romaine depuis sa fondation jusqu`au règne d`Auguste , en 181 gravures de taille-douce, d`après les dessins de S. D. Mirys.

      Paris: J.H. Stone 1810 - Edition originale assez rare en bon état, reliure de l`epoque. Erste Buchausgabe, vollständig mit allen 181 Kupfertafeln ( inkl. Frontispiz ) . Die Besonderheit liegt bei diesem Buch , dass nicht nur die Abbildungen , sonde auch die zugehörigen Texte komplett gestochen wurden. Der dekorative Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, innen vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig. Wappen-ExLibris des William Philip Earl of Sefton , Croxteth Library auf Innendeckel. Eindrucksvolle Darstellung der römischen Geschichte von den sagenhaften Ursprüngen bis zum Tod von Antonius und Kleopatra ( An de Rome 722 ). Selten. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 4000 Gr.-4°. Gest. Frontispiz und 180 Kupfertafeln. 10 S. Vorrede. Ganzlederband d.Z. mit Lederrückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung, Deckel mit Blindprägung und dezenter Linienvergoldung , Innenkantenvergoldung sowie Ganzgoldschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Primavera Birgit Stamm]
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        Un Bon Tiens Vaut Mieux Que Deux tu Auras [A Bird in Hand is Worth Two in the Bush]

      Paris, 1810. Colour-printed stipple. Printed on wove paper. In excellent condition with the exception of some slight paper discolouration. Water stain lower left corner. Trimmed within plate mark on the side and top margins. Image size: 10 3/8 x 13 1/8 inches. A glowing impression of this charming stipple engraving, which is printed in the "a la poupée" method. This unusual print by Augrand after Mallet exemplifies a certain vogue for quasi erotic, decorative prints that swept through France during the Napoleonic era. Mallet had a reputation for luxurious mixes of beautiful women and cupids. Here in a scene that echoes Medieval and Renaissance Annunciation scenes, a happy young woman in the neo-Classical garb that became fashionable at this time embraces one cherub while another floats away, and the title invites her to be happy with the one she has. This plate is a lovely example of early colour printing, which was developed as a means of reproducing the effects of painting in oils. It exemplifies the single-plate colour-printing technique developed in England and quickly adopted by French engravers. The effect is achieved by inking a single plate with several different colours by using a rag stump, a process known as à la poupée . As this lovely print demonstrates, the outcome achieved by this laborious method of inking has a wonderful painterly effect and creates a delicacy of image, appropriate to its light-hearted message.

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        The New Practical Navigator; being a Complete Epitome of Navigation: to which are added, all the Tables Requisite for determining the latitude and longitude at sea: containing the different kinds of sailing, and necessary corrections for lee-way, variation, &c. exemplified in a Journal at Sea etc.

      F. and C. Rivington, G. Wilkie and J. Robinson etc, London. 1810 - Eighteenth edition, enlarged and carefully improved, by Joseph Dessiou. Octavo. pp xvi, 336 + tables. 8 engraved plates including a frontispiece portrait, maps, charts, Hadley's quadrant and sextant, "a first rate ship of war"; at the rear are two folding planispheres of the stars. Quarter leather with marbled boards. The endpapers and blanks are densely filled with notes of a navigational nature, in Swedish, and in an exquisitely fine hand, such that they add to, rather than detract from, the book's condition. There are a few further notes in the text. The majority of them date from 1867. The tables at the rear are unnumbered but an approximate guess would put them in the region of 200 pages - they concern difference of latitude and departure, logarithms, artificial sines, tangents, and secants, finding the latitude by two altitudes of the sun, high water, &c. One page has been extensively repaired but is complete. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Newburyport: Published by Thomas & Whipple, 1810. 12mo. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers a bit stained and lightly worn. Leaf C3 torn in lower outer corner, affecting a few words of text. A few light fox marks. On the whole, a lovely copy, in original condition. Designated the "third edition, improved" on the titlepage and the wrapper. Sabin notes a second edition of 1808, but not a first edition. A comprehensive military manual, based on Steuben's principals, apparently for the use of the Massachusetts militia. The tenets in this manual would have guided American forces during the War of 1812. Included are descriptions of duties for officers, privates, ensigns, and sergeants. The plates show formations for marching. Scarce on the market. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 20735. SABIN 91460.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        [Op. 15]. Concerto Pour le Violon avec accompagnement de grand Orchestre composé et dédié à Monsieur d'Augustowsky... Oeuv. 15 No. 1 de Concertos. Prix 1 Rthlr. 16 gr. [Parts]

      Leipsic: Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 1369]. [ca. 1810]. Folio. Sewn. 15 parts. Complete. Violino principale: [1] (title), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino primo: 4 pp.; Violino secondo: 4pp.; Viola: 4 pp.; Violoncello e Contrabasso: 6 pp.; Flauto primo: 2 pp.; Flauto secondo: 1, [i] (blank) pp.; Oboe primo: 1, [i] (blank) pp.; Oboe secondo: 1, [i] (blank) pp.; Clarinetto primo in B[-flat]: 2 pp.; Clarinetto secondo in B[-flat]: 2 pp.; Fagotto primo: 2 pp.; Fagotto secondo: 2 pp.; Corno primo in B[-flat]: 1, [i] (blank) pp.; Corno secondo in B[-flat]: 1, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Small oval publisher's handstamp to lower right corner of title with blindstamp of "Auguste Lavinée, Paris, Éditeur de Musique, Boule[vard] Haussmann 96, Paris." Price corrected in pencil to "1 Rthlr. 20 ngr." Title slightly browned and foxed; corners slightly bumped; minor paper imperfections to Violoncello e Contrabasso part. A very good copy overall. . First Edition. RISM C602 (7 copies, all in Europe, some incomplete). The Lavinée blindstamp includes that publisher's address from 1881-85 or later (see Devriès-Lesure II, p. 262). The correction to the price dates from after 1841 (Neugroschen currency). "Campagnoli scored successes as a virtuoso on the violin... His educational activity played an important role in his life... He was less lucky as a composer... In general, his compositions display a simplicity of form and a characteristic penchant for melodies with simple cantabile themes." Giacomo Fornari in MGG 2.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Hafod House

      London: Published by White and Co, 1810. Hand-coloured aquatint engraving. Good condition apart from some overall light soiling, a few mild surface abrasions in the margins, and several small tears and minor losses at the edges of the sheet. Light water stain in the lower left corner. A picturesque view of Hafod House from "Tour to Hafod", a fine collection of plates depicting the mansion and its surrounding landscape engraved by Stadler after drawings by Smith. Comprised of 15 views, Tour to Hafod also included comprehensive descriptive text by the scientist and collector James Edward Smith. The work was most likely intended as a tribute to the social benefactor and literary man Thomas Johnes (1748-1816), who devoted much of his life to his home region of Cardiganshire, where he served as a lord-lieutenant, a colonel in the militia, and an MP for the borough of Cardigan. Located in Cardiganshire, Western Wales, Hafodychtryd or Hafod for short, was Johnes's country estate. Hafod House, his principal residence, was erected in 1785 in the "gothic" style of Thomas Baldwin of Bath. Smith describes it as being "situated on a rising ground, in a rich and beautiful valley, watered by the river Ystwith, and encompassed with bold hills, richly wooded, or a great variety of forms. These woods abound with magnificent water-falls, formed chiefly by three mountain streams that empty themselves into the Ystwith in different parts of the valley, and are never dry." Upon settling there, Johnes set about ameliorating the conditions of the local poor by providing them with comfortable housing and employing them in a planting project that would beautify the neighboring areas. In addition to his concern for social welfare, he was extremely interested in improving parts of Cardiganshire and actively involved himself in the building of roads and bridges. Born in Irthington in 1749, John "Warwick" Smith was an accomplished topographical draughtsman and watercolourist, who enjoyed the generous patronage of the Earl of Warwick. In addition to his fine engravings of Italy, he contributed numerous illustrations to topographical publications such as Select Views in Great Britain (1812), Views of the Lakes of Cumberland (1791-5), Tour through Wales (1794), and A Tour to Hafod (1810). In 1805, Smith became a member of the Watercolour Society, where he frequently exhibited his works. Cf. Abbey, Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland 533; cf. Dictionary of National Biography.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        PETER PRIM'S PRIDE Or Proverbs, That will Suit the Young, Or the Old.

      London, Published by J. Harris, Corner of St Paul's Churchyard, Dec. 26. 1810.. FIRST EDITION 1810 (later issue with paper watermarked 1829), 12mo, 127 x 100 mm, 5 x 4 inches, engraved title page and 15 leaves engraved one side only with a very good amusing hand coloured illustration with a proverb or adage as caption below. In the original pink thin card wraps, with the original printed label on the upper cover on which the abbreviated title has been hand written (as issued). Spine browned and slightly rubbed, tiny rub to corners, 15 mm (¾") crack to upper cover at lower edge in line with stitching, label slightly browned, lower stitch holding the little book firmly but the upper stitch is missing, faint browning to edges of pages, some pale offsetting. A very good bright clean copy. Early issues of this title had a page of letterpress text with a little story facing each illustration. Moon, John Harris, No.680; Oppenheimer Catalogue No. 2006 with letterpress text, No. 2007 without letterpress text. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        [Early 19th century American Manuscript Cookery Book]

      N.p., 1810. 13 x 10.5 cm, unpaginated [22 pages]. A charming collection of manuscript recipes, all in one hand, owned and compiled by an unidentified Emily Adams. Twenty-eight recipes for cakes, gingerbreads, cookies, and biscuits, including a Federal Cake, two Election Cakes, and Composition Cake (recipes that first appear in America in the late 18th and early 19th centuries). Twenty recipes simply list ingredients with no instructions, while the other eight are written in a narrative format. Of the eight just a few contain instructions beyond a baking time. The recipe proportions vary widely, from cookies with five cups of flour and one egg to a plumb cake that calls for forty-seven pounds of flour and thirty eggs. Many of the recipes call for pearl ash, a leavener that was in popular use between 1780 and 1840. In blue floral wallpaper wrappers, with the original cord mostly perished. Some chipping and edge wear, soiling, and minor foxing throughout, otherwise very good.

      [Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink]
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        Die Erde und ihre Bewohner nach den neuesten Entdeckungen Ein Lesebuch für Geographie, Völkerkunde, Produktenlehre und den Handel 5 Bände: Erster Theil - Fünfter Theil. 1810-1814

      Leipzig Gerhard Fleischer dem Jüngeren 1810 ERSTAUSGABE. X, 358; VI, 296; VIII, 327; X, 334; XIV, 268 Seiten. Erster Theil: Guinea / Zweiter Theil: Westindien / Dritter Theil: Die westliche arctische Welt Vierter Theil: Die unter Canada gelegenen Theile von Nord-Amerika / Fünfter Theil: Florida und Mexiko. Alle Bände mit einem Titelkupfer und bis auf Band 5 mit einer gefalteten Karte (Band 5 erschien ohne Karte), zahlreichen Tabellen im Text und einer gefalteten Tabelle OKarton, Die Einbandecken altersüblich leicht bestoßen. Der Bezug aus marmoriertem Buntpapier z.T. altersüblich berieben. Keine Einträge oder Unterstreichungen. Ganz vereinzelt und nur minimal stockfleckig. Kein Lagerungsgeruch. Keine Eselsohren. Die Bindung tadellos. Mit allen Karten und der Falttabelle, alle sehr gut erhalten, ohne Einriß und ohne Knickspuren. Gute bis sehr gute, saubere und frische Exemplare, Sammelzustand Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geographie; Naturwissenschaft; Landeskunde; Reisebericht; Ethnologie/Volkskunde; Handel

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        Narrative of the operations of a detachment in an expedition to Candy, in the island of Ceylon, in the year 1804; with some observations on the previous campaign, and on the nature of Candian warfare.

      C. and R. Baldwin,, London 1810 - Respectable condition for a much read FIRST EDITION. This book is written by a military leader, and as such sees the country through that lens. He describes the land and the people, as well as how the British could adapt better to this very different environment and culture. As far as English writings go, this is a unique glimpse into native dwellers of Sri Lanka while they still maintained their independence and culture. Instead of a print-on-demand copy, you can enjoy an original copy of the book! This expedition happened during the last years of when Kandy (Candy) was still an independent Sinhala Kingdom in what is now known as Sri Lanka (Ceylon). It didn't officially fall under British rule until 1815. It was apparently a popular island kingdom, with a long history of repelling invasions, particularly once the Europeans gained a foothold in the 16th century. Full marbled leather binding. Binding is lightly shaken. Text block is solid and strong. Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks. Spine has red title block with gilt lettering and bands. Ex libris plate on front pastedown. Perimeters of covers have gilt lines visible around all 3 sides, except where rubbed off. Covers exhibit expected wear from shelf and handling, including some dirt, scuffs, a few fine scratches, etc. Lower quarter of spine exhibits significant scuffing. Spine ends are chipped, exposing headbands. Corners of covers are bumped and rubbed with exposed board. Leather is peeling from back lower corner. Front shoulder is cracked nearly 2 inches from head. Stitching and pastedown are still intact. Back cover is mostly detached, being held in place by a thread and part of the back pastedown. Inside pages are darkened, with moderate scattered foxing/smudges. On some pages there is minor fading to the ink, yet it is still clear to read. Quite possibly was professionally repaired in early 20th century, gluing spine and adding new endpapers. Feps are age-toned with foxing, but much lighter than text block. Front pastedown has some pencil writing in addition to book plate, as well as ink sig of library on facing ffep. Pages 36-47 exhibit a stain in lower corner margin. Map was roughly torn from book, leaving only the legend. Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear. 156 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Postage for oversized and international shipping will be calculated by size and weight. AbeBooks shipping quotes are ESTIMATES only. If actual shipping cost is less than the AbeBooks estimate, it is our practice to REFUND the difference to the buyer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Kunst des reinen Satzes in der Musik aus sichern Grundsätzen hergeleitet und mit deutlichen Beyspielen erläutert. Erster Theil und zweyter Theil, erste bis dritte Abtheilung.

      Wien, k.k. priv. chemischen Druckerey, o. J. [um 1810]. Titel + 2 n.n. + 258 + VI + Zwischentitel + 2 n.n. + 153 + Zwischentitel + 128 + Zwischentitel + 39 + Zwischentitel + 124 S. Priv. HLd. der Zeit. Mit den lithographierten Titelblättern sowie den zahlreichen Notenbeispielen und dem zu Band 1 gehörigen Blatt zu S. 48 und der gefalteten Tabelle zu S. 19. - Einige zarte Bleistift- u. Rötel-Anstr. im T., T. u. Notendrucke tlw. gebräunt, leicht stockfleckig, Eckabriss a. S. 73 (2.2, ohne Textverlust), Ebd. berieben, priv. Widm. a. Leerbl. v. T., letztes Leerbl. entfernt, Gbrsp. - Kirnberger, (1721 - 1783), Sohn eines fürstlichen Lakaien, nahm früh Violin- und Klavierunterricht und lernte die Musik Johann Sebastian Bachs kennen; unklar ist, ob er als Schüler Bachs 1739-41 Unterricht in Klavierspiel und Komposition nahm oder ob sich sein Aufenthalt auf wenige Monate (1741) beschränkte. Seit 1741 wirkte K. als Hausmusiklehrer- und Musikdirektor bei polnischen Adeligen und wurde 1754 Violinist der Kapelle des Prinzen Heinrich in Rheinsberg. 1758 nahm er eine Anstellung als Kompositionslehrer, Kapellmeister und musikalischer Berater bei Prinzessin Anna Amalia von Preußen an. Er hatte Kontakt zu Schülern und den Söhnen Bachs, seine meist in Sammeldrucken erschienen Kompositionen, u.a. Lieder, Klaviersonaten, Motetten, Choräle, wurden durch Carl Phillip Emanuel und Johann Sebastian Bach beeinflußt. In der von ihm etablierten \"Amalien-Bibliothek\" sammelte er zahlreiche Werke Johann Sebastian Bachs. K. verfaßte u.a. Die Kunst des reinen Satzes (2 Bde., 1771-79). (DBE) - Hier die Wiener Ausgabe aus der Druckerei Senefelders. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Musik

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Der Erste Krieg in Sechzig metrischen Dichtungen. Erster und zweiter Band (in zwei Bänden).

      Aarau Heinrich Remigius Sauerländer 1810 - O-Halbleineneinbände mit marmorierten Deckeln und Papierrückenschildern mit Titel, Einbände wenige Gebrauchsspuren, Seiten druckfrisch und sauber auf hochwertigem Papier, Band I: Eingangskupfertafel von J. Scheurmannn, Titelvignette in Kupferstich, VIII, 396 Seiten. Band II: Eingangskupfertafel von J. Scheurmannn, Eingangskupfer etwas wasserrandig, Titelvignette in Kupferstich, 432 Seiten, 8°. Selten!

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        Broadside, begins: "La Suprema Junta Gubernativa de esta Capital, ha recibido con la mayor satisfaccion el voto sincero y generoso de muchos individuos Españoles Enropeos [sic] de Comercio de esta Ciudad ...".

      Caracas: Gallagher y Lamb Folio (43.4 cm; 17"). 1p.. 20 April 1810 On the day after the coup d'etat that deposed the viceroy, the leaders of the governing junta in Caracas announce that many of the city's Spanish and European merchants have given their support to the new government. Whether they did so willingly or because of pressure is not known, but this is clearly a statement that is directed at both the hold-out merchants and at those hotheads who might seek to extract compliance extra-governmentally. Llamosas and Tovar Ponte were among the leading figures of the early Independence movement in Venezuela. Both served as president of the Junta of Defense of the Rule of Fernando VII (later, The Revolutionary Junta), Llamosas 19 April ?- Aug 1810, and Tovar Aug 1810 ?- 2 March 1811. Additionally Tovar Ponte, the favorite son of an elite family, was a member of the 1811 Congress and a signer of the Venezuelan Act of Independence on 5 July of that year. This historic document was printed by Venezuela's first press, that of Gallagher and Lamb, which only arrived in Caracas in October of 1808, and it is universally dated as having come off the press on 20 April! This broadside was unknown to Medina and is only the 14th item in Pedro Grases chronological list of things printed in Venezuela. In his entry he located only the copies in the Public Record Office (London) and the Archivo de Indias (Seville). Searches of NUC, WorldCat, COPAC, and CCILA fail to find any copy at all. Further, no copies were found when searching the OPACs of the national libraries of Venezuela, Colombia, Spain, France, and England: Evidently, this is only the third known copy. As issued. Worming in fore-margin, touching but not costing three letters; repaired. A very good copy.

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        Abhandlungen und Versuche zur Begründung einer neuen, einfachen und naturgemäßen Geburtshülfe . 7 Bücher in 3 Bänden (all. publ.).

      - Wien, bey Johann Georg Ritter von Mösle, 1810, 8°, X, 216; X, 158 pp.; XIV, 239, (1) pp., frisch bezogener Pappband d.Zt; Mit Exlibirs und Signatur auf Titel von Th. Korthüm. Zweyte vermehrte Auflage der "Abhandlung und Versuche zur Begründung einer neuen, einfachen und naturgemäßen Geburtshülfe, und Behandlung der Schwangern, Wöchnerinnenm und neugeborenen Kindern, sowohl im gesunden als kranken Zustande. Nach vielen Erfahrungen und Beobachtungen an der öffentlichen Entbindungsschule in Wien." - - "Ein Menschenalter lang die Bibel der Geburtshelfer". Lesky - - Das nur noch selten angebotene Werl umfaßt 7 Teile und ist kaum vollständig auffindbar, und gliedert sich wie folgt: - - 1.Buch: Rede, vorgetragen bey meinem Antritte des öffentlichen Lehramtes im September 1789; Aphorismen über die Symphsiotomie; Von der Zerreißung der Mutterscheide, durch welche das Kind in der Höhle des Unterleibes tritt; Ueber die Gesundheit der Schwangern; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshülfe. - - 2.Buch: Vorerinnerung; Neue Versuche scheinbar todtgeborne Kinder durch die Elektrizität in das Leben zu wecken, nebst Angabe eines Kriterions, ob in Todtscheinenden das Lebens-Princip wirklich erlöschet sey oder nicht; Ueber das Unwahre der gemeinen Begriffe von der Schiefstehung der Gebärmutter, nebst einer genauen Bestimmung des Zustandes; Gedanken vom Fieber überhaupt, als ein Vorstück zu den folgenden Wahrnehmungen über Puerperalkrankheiten; Einige Beobachtungen über das Kindbettfieber; Ueber eine Art Schenkelschmerzen bey Kindbetterinnen und Mittel dagegen; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshilfe. - - 3.Buch: Vorerinnerung ; Ueber die Gelbsucht neugeborener Kinder; Von der Gesichts- Knie- Steiß- und Fußgeburten; Gedanken über den Kaiserschnitt und Enthirnung der Frucht; Aphorismen vermischten Inhalts; Von der Putreszenz der beschwängerten Gebärmutter; Chemische Analyse der Feuchtigkeit, welche aus dem Unterleibe einer am Kindbettfieber gestorbenen Kranken genommen wurde; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshilfe ; nebst Beschreibung eines Instruments zur Verbindung der Gebärmutter. - - 4.Buch: Traktat vom Puerperalfieber; Ueber eine noch unbeschriebene Art vom Blutfluß bey Gebährenden; Aphorismen vermischten Inhalts; Bemerkungen über das Unterbinden der Nabelschnur, und in wie ferne die Unterlassung desselben dem neugebornen Kinde nachtheilig sey; Von Geburten, unter welchen die Nabelschnur vorfällt; Uebersicht der Ereignissen an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshülfe, vom 1. Januar 1793, bis letzten Dezember 1800. - - 5.Buch: Von widernatürlichen Geburten und der Wendung; Ueber die Säugung, die Behandlung der Brüste bey Kindbetterinnen; Aphorismen vermischten Inhalts; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshülfe, vom Jänner 1801 bis Ende Dezember 1802. - - 6.Buch: Vorerinnerung; Von schweren Kopfgeburten und dem Gebrauche der Zange; Ueber Zwillingsgeburten; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshülfe, vom 1. Jänner 1802 bis letzten Dezember 1805. - - 7.Buch: Vorerinnerung; Vom Blutflusse aus der beschwängerten Gebärmutter; Von der Perforation und Zerstückung des Foetus; Aphorismen über Fraisen, besonders bey Schwangern und Gebährenden; Vom Gebährungs-Drange, oder den Wehen; Jährliche Uebersicht der Ereignisse an der praktischen Schule der Geburtshülfe, vom 1., Jänner 18095 bis letzten December 1806. - - Boer, a pioneer of "natural childbirth", was the founder of the Vienna school of obstetrics." - - Rare Second Edition, 7 Parts in the Books ! - - Lukas Johann Boer (1751-1835) properly Boogers, which later he was forced to abandon because Joseph II declined to send to France anyone "afflicted with such a discordant cognomen". Boer was born at Uffenheim in Bavaria, was the son of a falconer and was originally designed for the ministry. While . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"Die Abtey Arnstein\". Ansicht des Klosters über die Lahn.

       Altkol. Aquatinta in Sepia von F.C. Reinermann, um 1810, 27,5 x 40,5 cm. Vgl. Le Blanc 3, 296 u. Nagler XIV, 90, 16; Thieme-Becker Bd. XXVIII, S. 120 f. - Der Landschaftsmaler, Kupferstecher und Lithograph wurde 1764 in Wetzlar geboren. Nach Lehr- und Wanderjahren, u.a. in Rom bei L. Ducros, war er tätig in Basel, Wetzlar und Frankfurt, wo er 1835 auch starb. Bekannt wurde er durch seine großen Folgen \"Ansichten der Lahn\" und \"Ansichten der Mosel\". - Unser Blatt in frischem Altkolorit und aufwendiger Rahmung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Rheinland-Pfalz - Saarland

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        London Blackfriars Bridge, c. 1810-1820.

      VIEW OF LONDON WITH BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE"Vue de la Ville de Londres"' Magnificent aquatint engraving by Joseph Schütz after Friedrich Ferdinand Runk, published c. 1810-1820 by Artaria & Comp. of Vienna. Original hand colouring. Size: approx. 45 x 69 cm. Framed.London as seen from the Southwark side of Blackfriars Bridge, with St. Paul"s Cathedral dominating the skyline in the background.Particularly interesting is the staffage of the scene. On the bridge we see pedestrians, soldiers on foot and on horseback, various types of carriages, a dray, a coach, a cart with logs. Also there is quite some traffic on the river Thames.Ferdinand Runk (1764 Freiburg im Breisgau - 1834 Vienna) was a landscape painter and engraver graduated from the Vienna Art Academy.Price: € 8.000,-.

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        A la española nacion deseando loor y gloria se dedica esta su historia. [Sigue:] Los generales romanos que el senado á España envia la hostigan á porfia. [Sigue]: Vence á Atila Teodoredo pero viose al mismo punto de vencer caer difunto. [Sigue]: Witerico subio al trono de Liuva siendo asesino e igual fin le dio el destino. [Sigue]: De sietecientos catorce, a Pelayo rey se advierte, hasta el año treinta y siete. [Sigue]: Del rey Ramiro Segundo de Leon en el reynado, Castilla se hace condado. [Sigue]: El año mil treynta y siete Fernando rey de Castilla de Leon la fuerza humilla. [Sigue]: Alfonso de Urraca hijo del conde Raymundo habido a su madre es preferido. [Sigue]: El decimo tercio siglo España en su trono vió un santo que la ilustró. [Si

      Se vende en Barcelona, debajo los Arcos de los encantes en la fabca de Estampas de Nicolas Roca y Mª Teresa Sellent, [ca. 1810] - [ Descripción completa disponible en español, inglés y francés / Complete record available in Spanish, English and French / La notice complète est disponible en espagnol, anglais et français ] // 12 grabados calcográficos numerados Lámª 1ª to Lamª 12ª; hojas 368x267 mm.; huellas 298x252 mm.- Dos ejemplares- Primer ejemplar: Serie completa; hojas sin recortar, muy levemente sucias de polvo, conservando los generosos márgenes originales; sin datos de procedencia.- Segundo ejemplar: Serie completa; hojas de grabados recortadas por la mitad, por la guía dispuesta al efecto, formando un libro encuadernado de 24 hojas apaisa-das. Encuadernación en material tipo geltex de baja rugosidad, color escarlata, ela-borada de manera muy limpia en las décadas de 1970 o 1980; hojas algo cortas de márgenes y con leves puntos de óxido; sin datos de procedencia.- Cada grabado incluye 24 viñetas, 12 de ilustración y texto y 12 de texto explicativo, narrando la historia de España desde Tubal hasta el reinado de Felipe V.- El formato de los grabados obedece a que estaban destinados a estamparse en cartoncillo ligero para que cada ilustración y el texto que la explicaba pudiesen recortarse y componer con ellos el envoltorio de los librillos de papel de fumar (1). Comenzaron a ilustrarse para favorecer la venta de unos envoltorios frente a otros y la mejor fortuna de algunas de esas historias hacía que en esas ocasiones también se estampasen en papel de mayor calidad, como en este caso, para ser recortados y encuadernados en un formato de libro de ilustraciones. Ofrecemos dos ejemplares de esta estampación sobre papel de mayor calidad, una en cada variante: la serie completa en su formato y dimensiones originales, y otra, igualmente completa, encuadernada en el formato libro previsto. De la serie completa de estos grabados, únicamente localizamos un ejemplar en bibliotecas españolas, aunque guillotinados y recortados al formato apaisado de 24 hojas, sin encuadernar, en la reserva de la Universitat de Barcelona, donde ha sido digitalizada e incluida en la colección Memòria Digital de Catalunya . Otro ejemplar, guillotinado como el de la Universitat, se exhibió en el verano de 2014 en una exposición de materiales efímeros en la biblioteca de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, pero pertenece a la colección de un particular. Finalmente, el Museu Maritim de Barcelona dispone asimismo de una parte de los grabados, pero en su presentación recortada viñeta a viñeta (col. grabados inéditos, i.e. 17518). La Biblioteca de la Universidad de Barcelona data, los grabados entre 1800 y 1802, aunque a nuestro parecer serían de la década de 1810.- // (1) Rafael León: 'Papel de fumar', Revista de folklore 10 (1989) 102: 199-209. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Grouppe de Fruits

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

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        Lillo's Dramatic Works with Memoirs of the Author.

      W. Lowndes,, London: 1810 - 2 vols, lge. 12mo, 312pp & 242pp. Early half brown gilt morocco, marbled boards, a fine, uncut copy. Signature of W.E. Burton, Bookplate of C. Leslie Allen & Viola Allen. Interesting provenance. This copy was owned by three important members of the American Theater. Burton (18804-1860) was born in England, and acted in English theater until he emigrated to Philadelphia in 1834. In 1837, he founded the Gentleman's Magazine, and hired Edgar Allen Poe as co-editor. He sold his share in 1841, and began managing theaters. He assembled a magnificent Shakespearean library at his estate at Glen Cove, Long Island. He was an important figure in the American theater in its infancy. C. Leslie Allen & his wife Viola were American theatrical performers at the turn of the century. George Lillo (1693-1739) was a London playwright & jeweler noted for his "commoner" tragedies. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Plauen (Dresden). - Plauenscher Grund. - Wizani. - "Vue de la Cascade du Moulin neuf dans la Vallèe de Plauen près de Dresden".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Umrissradierung, in Sepia laviert, um 1810. Von Johann Friedrich Wizani. 36,4 x 53,0 cm (Darstellung) / 41,5 x 55,2 cm (Platte) / 49,5 x 67 cm (Blatt). Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung signiert, darunter französisch betitelt. Verlegeradresse von Heinrich Rittner in Dresden. - Blatt mit schwachen Lagerspuren. Im oberen Rand hinterlegter Einriss bis an die Plattenkante und verso Reste vormaliger Montierung. Johann Friedrich Wizani (1770 Dresden - 1838 Dresden). Deutscher Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Stecher. Ab 1787 Studium an der Dresdner Akademie bei Adrian Zingg, in den 1790er Jahren bei Johann Philipp Veith. Ab 1792 zeichnete, radierte und aquarellierte er vorwiegend sächsische Gegenden und verdiente sich seinen Lebensunterhalt mit Miniaturgemälde. Eine Malertätigkeit an der Meißner Porzellanmanufaktur musste er wegen einer Augenerkrankungen aufgeben, die ihn zeitlebens beeinträchtigte. Ab 1820 entstanden großformatige Umrissradierungen mit Panoramen v.a. der Gegend um Dresden, aber auch anderer Orte. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Plauen (Dresden). - Plauenscher Grund. - Reisewitzer Garten. - Wizani. - "Partie de la Vallée de Plauen du cote du jardin de Reisewitz près de Dresde".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Umrissradierung, alt koloriert, um 1810. Von Johann Friedrich Wizani. 37,3 x 53,5 cm (Darstellung / Einfassungslinie) / 43,0 x 54,0 cm (Blatt). Links unterhalb der Darstellung signiert: "Dessiné et gravé par J.F. Wizani." Mittig französisch betitelt. Verlegeradresse Christian Gottfried Schultze in Dresden. - Blick vom Ufer der Weißeritz auf das Wasserpalais im Reisewitzer Garten und auf die Walkmühle. - Blatt bis auf die Plattenkante beschnitten und in ein Passepartout montiert. Papier dem Alter entsprechend leicht gebräunt. Verso Rest alter Montierung. Ingesamt aber noch guter Erhaltungszustand. Johann Friedrich Wizani (1770 Dresden - 1838 Dresden). Deutscher Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Stecher. Ab 1787 Studium an der Dresdner Akademie bei Adrian Zingg, in den 1790er Jahren bei Johann Philipp Veith. Ab 1792 zeichnete, radierte und aquarellierte er vorwiegend sächsische Gegenden und verdiente sich seinen Lebensunterhalt mit Miniaturgemälde. Eine Malertätigkeit an der Meißner Porzellanmanufaktur musste er wegen einer Augenerkrankungen aufgeben, die ihn zeitlebens beeinträchtigte. Ab 1820 entstanden großformatige Umrissradierungen mit Panoramen v.a. der Gegend um Dresden, aber auch anderer Orte. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        25 estampes provenant des Cahiers des diverses manœuvres de bateaux, barques [cahiers A, B et C]

      - petit in-8 oblong, 25 A Paris, chez Le Gouaz, sans date vers (1810-1820), , petit in-8 oblong, 25 gravures à l'eau-forte pure, demi-basane acajou du XIXe siècle, 25 estampes figurant "des petits vaisseaux parfaits d'allure comme de gravure", en premier tirage, provenant des Cahiers des diverses manœuvres de bateaux, barques, etc. , portant leurs angles inférieurs le monogramme P[ierre] O[zanne] (1737-1813) ; œuvre collective de la fameuse famille Brestoise de dessinateurs de marine, les Ozanne, "mais plus particulièrement de Pierre", constituée à l'origine de 12 cahiers de 12 estampes chacun. Ces cahiers sont les plus complexes à classer parmi la production familiale : ils ont connus plusieurs tirages. Selon Auffret, nos gravures sont du premier tirage : cet exemplaire comporte en effet les estampes titres numérotées 1 des cahiers A et B, avec les mentions 1er et 2e cahiers. Par extension, nous considérons le cahier C comme le 3e cahier du premier tirage. Sur les tirages ultérieurs, l'ordre numérique des cahiers diffère. Nous avons donc : Cahier A (1er cahier), "Mélanges de vaisseaux, de barques et de bateaux", 8 estampes [135 x 110 mm à la cuvette] gravées dans la hauteur, soit : l'estampe titre n° 1 et les n° 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 et 12. Cahier B (2nd cahier), "Mélanges de vaisseaux, de frégates, et de corvettes", 8 estampes [135 x 110 mm] gravées dans la largeur, soit : l'estampe titre n° 1 et les n° 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10 et 11. Cahier C (3eme cahier) ["Mélanges de vaisseaux, de barques et de bateaux"], 9 estampes [130 x 122 mm] gravées dans la largeur, soit : les n° 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 et 12. Dos frotté. Gravures A1, B1 et C2 salies. Quelques rousseurs. Polak, n° 7253.7. Auffret, Une famille d'artistes brestois au XVIIIe siècle: les Ozanne, p. 132 et suiv. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      [Japan n.d. ca. 1810]. Stitched thick color printed wood-. block print decorated covers, 3 vol. set, [14+10+8] double-. leaves, very good impressions & registry, polychrome printed. erotic set, 30 color illustrations, 25 erotic illustrations.. FASCINATING [1810] EROTIC STORY OF LUST, SEX AND RAPE A very clean copy, 15.5 x 22.5 cm. An excellent set of Haru- bon or erotic illustrated woodblock printed books. Shuntei [1770-1820] was a celebrated book illustrator & print artist of the time. Volume one begins with an erotic introduction, discussing the sensual gentle spring rain season. The first double page plate shows Geishas getting ready for the arriv- al of guests, their placing of the food with three Geisha who play musical instruments and hold fans. Page 2 shows a young Samurai on neglecting his fire watch while making love along the river with his lover, on a double pages. Page 3 shows another couple with the woman on top, grasping the young man's highly enlarged erected penis, while she looks at an opened erotic book, mimicking the exact position and action in that book ! Next two plates show couples engaged in love making, the last illustration is of the vulva and exposed genitals. Vol. 2 is illustrated with 4 double-pages of couples making love. One shows the woman looking at a 3 volume erotic book, another shows a man licking his fingers in preparation to lubricate the vulva, the last plate shows a large close-up of the penis & vulva. Vol. 3 shows two men coming upon a couple making love in the night, they begin to assault the man with an erect penis, and rape the woman, another of a couple making love. The last illustration in each volume, shows close-ups penis and vulva, and deep pene- tration of the vulva. An exceptionally fascinating erotic set, complete. Cited and illustrated in K. Shibui: UKIYO-E NAISHI, page 68 with 2 illustrations, item #106. L. Roberts DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE ARTISTS cites Shuntei [1770-1820] on p.158. QUITE RARE. Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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

      Leipzig: Bruder und Hofmann. (1810) 16°. XVIII, 222, XX, 243 S. 2 Bände. Mit 50 kolorierten Abb. auf 14 Kupferstich-Tafeln u. 2 gefalt. u. kolorierten Karten (1. Teil) und 17 kol. Abb. auf 9 Kupferstich-Tafeln (Teil 2). Rot. Pp. mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Erster Theil: Enthält die ganze Cultur-Geschichte des Menschen von Anbeginn bis auf die neueste Zeit. Zweyter Theil: Enthält die ausgesuchtesten Beyspiele der patriotischen und großen Handlungen aller Zeiten und Völker. - Erster Teil hier in 2. Auflage im Jahr der Erstausgabe, die mit einer Auflage von 3500 Exemplaren innerhalb von 9 Monaten ausverkauft war (Vorwort), die Tafeln durchgehend lückenlos nummeriert (1-14 und 1-9), Einbände etwas berieben, im Bereich der Gelenke ist das Bezugspapier meist abgeplatzt, Gelenke aber nicht gebrochen, Papier vereinzelt geringf. braunfleckig, gute Exemplare (siehe Wegehaupt 997, 998, 999) Versand D: 4,80 EUR

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        Recueil d'ecritures ronde, batarde, batarde, coulee et anglaise par Savant

      Chez J. B. Maggi mar. d'estampes, Torino 1810 - Album composto da 18 tavole fuori testo (compreso il frontespizio) incise all'acquaforte Chianale, Amati e Tela su disegno del calligrafo piemontese Giuseppe Savant. Una piccola immagine e' stata ripassata in epoca con pennino. Leggra polverosita' al frontespizio. Brossura muta coeva. Raro album torinese pubblicato dall'editore Maggi che precede altre due analoghe pubblicazioni dedicate all'arte della calligrafia: Lecons de J. Savant e Element theorico - pratiques, rispettivamente del 1812 e del 1820. Questa pubblicazione, di estrema rarita', presenta 18 tavole con modelli calligrafici, le prime tavole illustrano La posizione del corpo, la posizione della mano, la postura della mano, della piuma e i vari modi fare la punta. Le altre tavole riportano, entro belle bordure realizzate attraverso virtuosismi calligrafici, i modelliÂdi scrittura detti ronde, batarde, coule'e, e anglaise. FRA

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        Göthe`s Garten bei Weimar. Kupferstich um 1810.

      Friedrich Campe Nürnberg Bildmaß der Darstellung 33 x 49,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 62 x 80 cm ). Gezeigt wird der Garten Goethes in Weimar an der Ilm mit 4 Personen am Wegesrand sowie einem Schäfer mit seiner Herde. Das Goethesche Gartenhaus im Bildhintergrund, rechts fließt die Ilm. Das Bild am Unterrand betitelt sowie mit 4 Strophen: *Erhalte Du, gastfreundliches Asyl / Den Sänger uns am schön errungnen Ziel! / Laß´ ewig ihm, umgrünt von Lorbeerzweigen, / Aus deinem Schoß des Lebens steigen! / Erfreue sich der schöpferischen Hand, / Die bildend stets an Klopstocks Vaterland, / Zum Dienst Apolls uns Jünglinge verband. / Noch neigen wir als Männer unser Haupt / Vor ihm, an dessen Muse wir geglaubt./ Du Sänger mit der wunderbaren Flöte, / Du, Ordner jeder wirklichen Magie, / O führe Du noch lange, Vater Göthe, / Den Chor uns an der reichsten Harmonie! / Man darf der Welt nicht, was Du schufst, erzählen; / Wir alle sind ein Denkmal deiner Kunst; / ein Bildnis steht bekränzt in allen Seelen, Dich krönt das Volk wie deines Fürsten Gunst.* Das Blatt gebräunt, igering stockfleckig. im weißen Außenrand etwas stärker fleckig bzw. stockfleckig. ( Bitte beachten. Hier aufgrund der Abmessungen un Bruchgefahr kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Roux, Jacob Wilhelm Christian Roux, Jacob Wilhelm Roux, Goethe, Weimar, Goethes Garten, Gartenhaus, Google, Kupferstich, Campe, Weimarer Klassik, Ilm, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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        Broadside, begins: "Manifiesto. La Provincia de Venezuela ha logrado por el ardiente patriotismo de los vecinos de la Capital la dignidad politica que debia tener entre los Pueblos cultos de la America ... ".

      Caracas: En la imprenta de Gallagher y Lamb Folio (43.4 cm; 17"). 1 p.. 1810 Both Llamosas and Tovar Ponte were leading figures of the early Independence movement in Venezuela. Both served as president of the Junta of Defense of the Rule of Fernando VII (later, The Revolutionary Junta), Llamosas 19 April ?- Aug 1810, and Tovar Aug 1810 ?- 2 March 1811. Additionally Tovar Ponte, the favorite son of an elite family, was a member of the 1811 Congress and a signer of the Venezuelan Act of Independence. In this decree Llamosas and Tovar Ponte explain the coup d'etat of 19 April in which the viceroy was deposed and a caretaker government was installed. Although stating loyalty to the imprisoned Spanish king, the revolutionaries repeatedly use the terms "independent" and "independence." This historic document was printed by Venezuela's first press, that of Gallagher and Lamb, which only arrived in Caracas in October of 1808, and it is universally dated as having come off the press on 20 April 1810! Very Rare: This broadside was unknown to Medina and is only the 15th item in Pedro Grases chronological list of things printed in Venezuela. In his entry he located only the copies in the Public Record Office (London) and the Archivo de Indias (Seville). Searches of NUC, OCLC, and RLIN fail to find any copy at all. Further, no copies were found when searching the OPACs of the national libraries of Venezuela, Colombia, Spain, France, and England. As issued, but one later fold. Worming in upper and lower margins; repaired. Pencilling in margins. A very good copy.

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        Broadside, begins: "Proclama que hizo Don Francisco Rivas y Galindo, joven de edad de quince años, hijo de Don Valentin Rivas uno de los SS. Vocales de la Suprema Junta Gubernativa de Caracas, à los habitantes de Venezuela.

      Caracas: Gallagher & Lamb Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). 1 p.. 20 April 1810 Young Rivas, son of one of the leaders of the first independent government in Venezuela, calls on all Venezuelans to unite, saying "the inhabitants of this city" have overthrown an illegitimate government, have established a "supreme authority," and are now breathing "the air of Independence." He points out the remaining provinces are the body of the new nation and that without them Caracas is merely a bodyless head. "Unite or die" is his plea, and by doing so, "[w]e will form a nation that will know how to maintain the honor of the Spanish people and that will make all others respect us." The origins of printing in Venezuela are still, at this late date, shrouded in shadows. There remain questions of whether itinerant printers established themselves now and then for short periods of time, printing a form or booklet — and definitely some playing cards — and then moving on. The accepted date for "the beginning" of printing in Venezuela is October, 1808, with the arrival of the press of Gallagher and Lamb and the issuance of the first issue of Andrés Bello's Gazeta de Caracas. Very Rare: This broadside was unknown to Medina and is only the 16th item in Pedro Grases chronological list of things printed in Venezuela. In his entry he located only the copies in the Public Record Office (London) and the Archivo de Indias (Seville). Searches of NUC, WorldCat, COPAC, and CCILA fail to find any copy at all. Further, no copies were found when searching the OPACs of the national libraries of Spain, Venezuela, Colombia, France, and England. As issued; minor worming in foremargin; repaired. A very good copy.

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        Letter signed („Nap").

      , 8. III. 1810. - 4to. 2 pp. French. Letter to his adopted son Eugene. In part (translated): "I have attentively read the account of the Italian Navy that you sent to me. I am all the more aware of the importance of using ships to prevent the enemy from blocking the Gulf with one or two frigates. I will wait for your report to know whether the ships of the line will be able to sail out. I see that the Rivoli and the Reginatore are not far from completion. The Favorite must be finished promptly. Once these frigates have been finished we can arm them with French crews from the three brigs that are in Venice. The frigate in Trieste could also join them which would make for a division of three frigates that could go to Ancona to join the frigate and brigs there and form a division capable of maintaining the mastery of the Gulf and which would oblige the enemy to keep warships there. I see Ancona not Venice, because Ancona has the advantage totally lacking to Venice, of our being able to enter or leave no matter what the winds it is better to have brigs that can sail out and survey the Gulf without interruption [.]". - In fine condition, with central horizontal and vertical folds.

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        Manuel du voyageur en Suisse. 2. Aufl., 1. und 3. Band, von 4,

      Zürich, Orell Füssli 1810 - 1 farb. Karte, 3 Panoramen, XVI, LXXII, 391 S., 1 Karte, 635 S. Broschur der Zeit, Karte der Schweiz: 20 x 28 cm, Panorama: Zürichsee-Pilatus 11 x 93 cm, Panorama Neuenburger See 11 x 63 cm, Panorama Pilatus-Rothhorn 7 x 30 cm, unbeschnitten, mit Läsuren, teils stockfl. +++Antiquariat seit über 25 Jahren+++ [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The New-York Conspiracy, or a History of the Negro Plot, with the Journal of the Proceedings Against the Conspirators at New-York in the Years 1741-2. Together with Several Interesting Tables, Containing the Names of the White and Black Persons Arrested on Account of the Conspiracy - the Times of Their Trials - Their Sentences - Their Executions by Burning and Hanging -- Names of Those Transported, and Those Discharged. With a Variety of Other Useful and Highly Interesting Matter

      New York: Southwick & Pelsue, 1810. 2nd American edition. Hardcover. Good. 385, (7)p. Recent quarterbinding. 22cm. Contents sound, but with substantial foxing and browning. New York had a population of about 12,000 in 1742, of which approximately one-sixth were slaves. [From the Preface to this edition]. The first edition was published in 1744 and an English edition appeared in 1747.

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      London: Published at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand, 1810. Mezzotint. Printed on wove paper. Lettered proof, state ii/iii. In excellent condition, with the exception of six skillfully mended tears on bottom margin, not extending near image. One small tear on bottom margin. Image size: 13 5/8 x 17 1/8 inches. A charming proof mezzotint by Charles Turner after James Barenger depicting a pair of widgeons. James Barenger was born into an artistic family. His father exhibited paintings of insects at the Royal Academy between 1793 and 1799, and his mother was the sister of William Woollett, the celebrated engraver. Barenger was well known as an animal painter, exhibiting at the Royal Academy between 1807 and 1831. He was a keen sportsman and had a natural eye for detail, which brought an appealing realism to his studies. From 1815 onwards he exhibited the majority of his pictures at Mr. Tattersall's auction rooms in London, where they were well received by a diverse audience. Although Mr. Tattersall was his primary patron, Barenger earned a number of commissions from the Earl of Derby, The Duke of Grafton, and the Marquess of Londonderry. His work was widely engraved by some of the most fashionable engravers of the day and his attractive images remain highly desirable to sporting collectors. This strong image of two widgeons is from a series of fourteen prints depicting English game birds. The series, which was mezzotinted by Charles Turner and published by Rudolph Ackermann, is entitled "British Feather Game" and includes images of some of the most important species of English wildfowl. Siltzer, The Story of British Sporting Prints p. 77-79 ii/iii.

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        Carl Wilhelm POHLKE (1810 Berlin 1843). Mühle in Klein Machnow. 1833. Tusche

      - Carl Wilhelm POHLKE (1810 Berlin 1843). Mühle in Klein Machnow. 1833. Tusche in Braun über Bleistift auf Papier. -- Technik: -- Tusche in Braun über Bleistift auf Papier. unten links bezeichnet, datiert und monogrammiert: "klein machnow 1 Mai 1833 Pohlke". -- Maße: -- Platte: 32,5 x 21,9 cm. 32,5 x 21,9 cm -- Zustand: -- Ecke unten links ergänzt, kleiner horizontaler Knick am unteren Rand, minimal fleckig. Sonst sehr gut. -- Beschreibung: --

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      Sidney's Press, New Haven 1810 - Gray wrappers, sewn, untrimmed. CONTENTS: Hall, T. On Petechial Fever; Tully, W. Dissertation on Aliment; Barker, J. Case of an Affection of the Right Ovarium; Willard, S. Analysis of Stafford Spring Water; Foot, J. Case of an Enlarged Liver; Alden, H. Fatal Effects of Canine Madness; Case of Hydrophobia Treated with Opium &c. ; Foot, J. Case of Strong Morbid Action, Treated by Depletion; Foot, J. Case of Petechial Fever; Shepherd, G. On the Importance of Medical Knowledge; Tomlinson, A. On Anasarca; Ives, E. Case of Uterine Polypus; Hopkins, L. Case of Biliary Calculi; Case of Retroverted Uterus. ; Volume 1, #1; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 80 pages [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Suplemento a la Gazeta de Caracas.

      Caracas: Gallagher y Lamb Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). 1 p.. 27 April 1810 Newspaper printing did not begin in Venezuela until October, 1808, when the press of Gallagher and Lamb arrived and printed, as its first product, the first issue of Andrés Bello's Gazeta de Caracas. The news that Andrés Bello gives to eager readers in this supplement concerns the total occupation of Madrid by Napoleon's forces, the fleeing to Gibraltar of 5000 Spanish soldiers, and other distresses that the Spanish army was suffering. Rare: Charno locates copies of the supplement only at the Newberry and University of Texas libraries. As issued. Worming in foremargin, touching two letters; repaired; small hole where paper was thin at center of leaf, taking a bit of a rule but no text. Pencilling in margins. A very good copy.

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        Cahier d’Arithmétique / fait par Lacroix/ chez mons. Cassé professeur d’écriture .

      La Réole, 1810 - Folio (45cm./32) 65pp; non paginé.reliure : feuille d’antiphonaire récupéré Page de titre calligraphiée Exercices habituels à ce genre d’ouvrage .Texte parfaitement calligraphié à la plume en plusieurs couleurs (brun, bleu, rouge). Chaque page est ornée de volutes , titres ou problèmes présentés dans des formes géométriques ornées; ovales, carrés, ronds. Bel exemple de calligraphie

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        The Adventures of Gil Blas, of Santillane

      London: Cooke 1810 - 3 volume set, 6 inches tall. A delightful little set in half calf with gilt raised bands, triple labels and delicate gilt tooling to the panels. Green edges. Engraved plates and title pages. A pristine set of this celebrated work here translated into English by Tobias Smollett. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Marie Louise Archid. d' Autriche

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

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        The Vestibule of Eloquence. Original articles, oratorical and poetical, intended as exercises in recitation, at the institution, Bedford Place, Russell Square. By . professor of the science of practice of elocution.

      Printed, for the author, by J. M?Creery, Black Horse Court . 1810 [1813] - FIRST EDITION. Library stamps on title which is a little browned and with sl. tear to inner margin, not affecting text, repaired with archival tape. Library binding: 20thC plain brown cloth. With library stamps & label. Five copies only on Copac, including BL where it is described as ?a collection of articles and exercises, separately published and variously dated, with a new general titlepage prefixed? No copy recorded on ABPC. By the radical thinker, political agitator, abolitionist, and anti-war campaigner, John Thelwall, 1764-1834. Thelwall was born in London, the son of a silk merchant. His father died when he was young, and his education was still far from complete when he was compelled to leave school and contribute to the running of the family business. He appears to have shown little desire for a career in the silk trade, and was instead drawn to literature and the arts. The French Revolution took place as he was forging his political identity, and he was immediately drawn towards the politics of upheaval, and railed against social injustice. He became a prominent dissenting voice in the late 18th century, popular with radicals for his passionate and persuasive oration. Thelwall was moved to withdraw from radical politics as a result of Pitt the Younger?s clampdown on political dissent, which came in the form of the Treason Act and Seditious Meetings Act, both given royal ascent in 1795. He judiciously chose to curb his more firebrand tendencies, moving away from direct criticism of the government, and instead lecturing on apparently safer topics such as corruption in Ancient Rome. But by 1800, unable to escape the attentions of ever-watchful government loyalists, Thelwall withdrew completely from the public eye, and instead re-invented himself as a Professor of Elocution, establishing, with the help of his wife, a small school in London. This volume, comprised of three separately published works bound together with a new titlepage and contents leaf, forms a prospectus for Thelwall?s institution, as well as providing an overview of his educational philosophy, and providing the student with readily available exercises. This is a modified version of the 1811 edition, with the Plan & Objects occupying 15pp (rather than 32pp), and signed Feb. 12th, 1813. It does not include the Terms of Instruction for House Pupils. The second part (168pp, with an 1805 titlepage, The Trident of Albion), is as the earlier edition. The third part (11pp) is formed of Thelwall?s Monody on the Right Hon. Charles James Fox (2nd edn, 1806). In addition, this volume has several further tracts bound in at the end, each with the running head Thelwall?s Selections, but with no further imprint or date. These consist of The Country Bumpkin and Razor Seller. P. Pindar. 2pp; Martial Eloquence. Henry V. before Harfleur. Shakespere [sic]. 2pp; A Consultation of Physicians. (From the New Bath Guide.) Anstey. 3pp; Sawney?s Pocket Knife. A memoir for the antiquarian society. 4pp; The Washing-Day. Mrs Barbauld. 4pp. Some of the passages have been marked in black, indicating precise points of stress or rhythm. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Duties of Innkeepers, &c. Extracts from the laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the due regulation of innholders, retailers of spiritous liquors, and others

      [Boston?]: s.n., 1810. Broadside, 33 x 20 cm on unwatermarked laid paper. The broadside presents seven Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, regulating inkeepers and retailers of alcohol. While the actual laws as printed are detailed and interesting, in short the laws are: suitable room and board must be available, no gambling, no dancing, no serving to drunkenness, no serving on Sunday, pay a fee for the license, and recognize the authority of the state in these matters. Imprint dates suggested by typography (per the AAS record). The extracts are from laws dating back to An act for the due regulation of licensed houses, passed Feb. 28, 1787. light toning to sheet, some leght wear to untrimmed edges. [OCLC locates two copies, at AAS and Library Co. of Philadelphia; not in Shaw & Shoemaker; not in Ford, W.C. Broadsides, Ballads, etc.].

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        Broadside, begins: "Cancion Patriotica de Caracas.

      Caracas: Gallagher y Lamb Folio (31 cm; 12.25").. 1810 In the days immediately following the coup that deposed the viceroy and began the long process of independence, Andrés Bello, Venezuela's first great poet, collaborated with Cayetano Carreño, “Maestro de Capilla” of the main church of Caracas, in the composing of several “patriotic songs.” One of those early efforts became the national anthem of Venezuela, and => the premiere of this one, as unknown as that one is famous, is stirring to visualize. Beginning, “Caraqueños, otra época empieza: / De la gloria la senda se abrio,” it was sung for the first time by Cayetano Carreño himself and six other voices, the night of 23 April 1810, with the accompaniment of the military orchestra of the “Batallon Veterano.” The performance took place below the balcony on which were assembled the members of the Supreme Junta. That Bello wrote this patriotic song is known, and even the first few lines were recorded for history, but beyond that => the text is not recorded and is not found in his Obras completas or, apparently, anywhere else. In addition to the historic collaboration of Bello and Carreño, this fabulous document has the distinction of having been printed by Venezuela's first press, that of Gallagher and Lamb, which only arrived in Caracas in October of 1808, and was almost certainly printed on 24 April, the day after the hymn was first sung! Very Rare: This broadside seems to be completely unrecorded. It was unknown to both Medina and Pedro Grases. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, CCILA and COPAC fail to find any copy at all, as is the case when searching the OPACs of the national libraries of Venezuela, Colombia, Spain, France, and England. As issued. Worming in foremargin, repaired. A very good copy.

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        Original Fables By A Lady Dedicated to Princess Charlotte of Wales 1810 W. Calvert

      W. Calvert, Shire Lane, Lincoln 1810 - W. Calvert, Shire Lane, Lincoln's Inn, for B. Crosby and Co.; Original Fables By A Lady Dedicated to Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Wales; 1810; leather-bound hardcover; embellished with 54 elegant engravings on wood; lether spine with gilt titles; marbled covers; 236 pp; a few spots to some pages; tight copy; bright pages; attractive copy; very scarce. British Women Romantic Poets

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        The Costume of the Inhabitants of Russia

      London: J. Edington, Lowes Thames Street, 1810. Hardbound. VG, except as noted. Occassional light foxing not bad. Rebound in burgundy leather with elaborate embossing, gilt tooling and devices on front cover, gilt title on spine. Color frontis, title-page and an additional 25 hand-colored plates. One plate has an acquisition number at the edge, nowhere near the image of title. An extremely rare title. No auction records since 1973, no copies found in sales records. Exquisite in their simplicity and presentation, each plate is titled in English. There are 26 coloured plates by P. A. Hubert, Porter given credit on each plate as R.K. Porter.

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        Architectural decorations: a periodical work of original designs invented from the Egyptian, the Greek, the Roman, the Etruscan, the Attic, the Gothic &c. for exterior and interior decoration of galleries, halls, apartments &c either in painting or in relief and whatever relates to furniture

      London: published by Landi, sold by Thos. King Jun, 1810. Imperial folio. (21 x 16 inches). Engraved calligraphic title, 30 hand-coloured aquatint plates, by G. d'Argenzo after Landi, the 7th plate with a slip pasted on as part of the title. Contemporary red morocco gilt, covers with wide decorative border in gilt and blind, composed from fillets, roll tools and star tools at each corner, expertly re-backed to style in red morocco, the spine in seven compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, the others with repeat decoration in gilt, contemporary marbled endpapers Very rare series of beautiful and unusual design treatments for buildings, rooms and accessories. Each of the five styles (Greek, Roman, Gothic, Egyptian and Chinese) are represented by six plates (numbered [1]-6; 6 unnumbered; 13-18; [1]-6; and unnumbered. Landi, according to the title, was a professor at the University of Bologna and a member of the Clementine Academy, and he issued the present work from his address at the Sablonnière Hotel in London. This work is very rare: over the past thirty years only two other copies are listed as having sold at auction (one of which included only 24 plates). Landi appears to have issued at least two other equally rare works of a similar nature ( A Collection of Designs of Architecture, Decorations and Ornaments London: 1810, and Original Designs for Exterior and Interior Decorations, London: 1810). A copy with 30 plates which sold at auction (Christies 30 October 1996, lot 85) was in a binding made up from the original boards rebacked, but was described as appearing "to be complete". The present example has the plates bound in a different order to the Christie's copy but is otherwise the same. Lowndes II, p.1305.

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        Allgemeines Teutsches Garten-Magazin, Siebenter Jahrgang oder gemeinnützige Beiträge für alle Theile des praktischen Gartenwesens

       1810. Erstausgabe 488 Seiten mit 48 Tafeln im Kupferstich, davon 45 farbig koloriert. LXXXXII Seiten No IV. Intelligenz-Blatt im Anhang. B 21,5 x H 26 cm. Halbleder mit Lederecken Achtung, Original-Ausgabe von 1810! Herausgegeben vom Weimarer Verleger Friedrich Justin Bertuch. Mit 45 kolorierten Tafeln, Tafeln 1, 24 und 25 sind Klapptafeln. Drei nicht kolorierte Kupfer, sowie eine nicht erwähnte Illustration auf Seite 110 (Maulwurfsfalle). Den Bildern ist in der Regel ein Seidenpapier vorgelegt. Im Anhang mit dem beigegebenen sogenannten \" Intelligenzblättern\", mit 92 Seiten. Buchschnitt rot eingefärbt. Ein rotes und ein grünes, goldgeprägtes Titelschildchen auf dem Buchrücken. Marmorierter Einbanddeckel, dieser vorne und hinten mit etwas Berieb und ein wenig fehlstellig. Tafel 24/25 mit einem ca 4 cm langen Einriss. Gelegentliche minimale Eselsohren und auch der ein oder andere kleine braune Fleck.Insgesamt ist dieses sehr seltene Buch in einem wirklich altersgemäß guten und absolut sammelwürdigen Zustand. Der Versand erfolgt ausschließlich versichert. HP1/39 Versand D: 500,01 EUR

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        [An album of twenty four views in India]

      Calcutta, 1810. Folio. (22 x 17 inches). 24 uncoloured aquatints by Moffat. Expertly bound to style using half 18th-century diced russia over marbled paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by double gilt fillets, lettered in gilt in the second and third compartments, modern morocco-backed cloth box, spine gilt A fine and very rare album of Moffat's highly important views of India. In its entirety, this album represents the greatest series of aquatint views ever printed in India. We have occasionally been able to offer individual prints by James Moffat, but this is the first album that we have ever encountered: collections such as this are of the greatest rarity. The twenty four plates make up three different series, and were originally assembled in about 1820. All the plates are on laid paper, the majority with watermarks including dates. The three series are probably as follows: a series published in about 1804, a second published in about 1810 and the third group of four plates are from drawings of Gaur by Henry Creighton. Little is known of Moffat. Mildred Archer writes that he 'was a Scotsman living in Calcutta from 1789 to 1815. He appears to have learnt his profession of painting and engraving in India. In 1798 and from 1805 to 1810 he produced views of towns on the Ganges and Hooghly, and in 1808 engravings from Henry Creighton's drawings of Gaur.' The plates are bound and titled as follows: 1.`View of a Mosque at Chunar,' I.Moffat. sculp.1810 (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1807') 2.'View of the large pagoda at Nuddea,' drawn and engraved by I. Moffat (watermarked 'J. Whatman 1804') 3.'View of Agra, on the River Jumna,' I.Moffat, sculpt. (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1807') 4.'Mausoleum erecting at Ghazepore, to the memory of the Marquis Cornwallis.' Engraved by I. Moffat, Calcutta (watermarked 'S. Wise & Patch 1805') 5.'View on the banks of the Ganges with representation of the Churruck Poojah, a Hindoo holiday,' I. Moffat. Del. et sculp. (watermarked 'Edmeades & Pine') 6.'Gate of Sultan Shah Hussein's tomb at Gour,' H.C. delin I. Moffat. sculp (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1805') 7.'1st; view of the city of Benares,' drawn and Engraved by J. Moffat. Calcutta 1804, (14 ½ x 20 ¼ inches) 8.'2d, view of the city of Benares,' Drawn and Engraved by J. Moffat 1804, (14 ½ x 20 ¼ inches) 9.'West view of the city of Moorshedabad,' J. Moffat del: et Sculp, (14 ¾ x 20 ¼ inches) 10.'View of the hospital at Berhampore,' Drawn and Engraved by Jas. Moffat at Calcutta 1805 (Watermarked 'J. Whatman 1801') 11.'South view of Chinsurah,' J. Moffat del. Et Sculp. Calcutta 1803 (watermarked 'J.Larking') 12.'View of Seringapatam,' J. Moffat Sculp. (watermarked 'Budgen 1803) 13.'View in the fort of Monghyr,' Drawn and Engraved by James Moffat, Calcutta 1805 (watermarked 'J. Whatman 1801') 14.'South view of the new government house, Calcutta,' Drawn & Engraved in Aquatinta, by James Moffat, Calcutta 1803' (watermarked 'I Taylor 1798') 15.Kuddum Russoolat Gour, where they shew the print of their prophet's foot, in a piece of white marble,' H.C. delinr. I. Moffat sculp. 16.'Cutwally gate at Gour,' H.C. delinr. I. Moffat. Sculp. (watermark dated 1805) 17.'The small golden mosque at Gour,' H.C. delin I. Moffat. Sculp (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1806') 18.'West view of Calcutta,' Drawn and Engraved by J. Moffat. Calcutta 1805 (watermarked 'J. Whatman 1801') 19.'South east view of the new government house Calcutta,' Delineated and Engraved in Aquatinta By James Moffat, at Calcutta 1st February 1803 (watermarked 'I Taylor 1798') 20.'View of the cantonments at Berhampore,' J. Moffat del. And sculp. 1806 (watermarked 'J. Whatman 1804') 21.'View of the ancient city gate, Rajemahal,' J. Moffat Del. Et Sculp. 1806 ) (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1805') 22.'Mosque at Peruspore, Gour,' H.C. delin J. Moffat Sculp Calcutta (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1805') 23.'View of the palace at Benares,' Drawn and Engraved by J. Moffat. Calcutta 1805 (watermarked 'J. Whatman 1801') 24.'Cossimundia Ghaut, Benares,' J. Moffat del. et sculp. (watermarked 'S.Wise & Patch 1805') M. Archer British Drawings in the India Office Library , I969, II, p.621.

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      [Mainly New York, Philadelphia, & Boston, 1810. Folio. Modern backstrip over contemporary marbled boards, spine label and endpapers renewed. Corners worn, boards rubbed. Minor foxing and toning, some dampstaining. The second page of "The Moment is Sad" is lacking, otherwise complete. Good. A wonderful collection of early American sheet music, mostly American imprints, most printed on two pages. The printers of these early sheets include some of the most notable names of the period, such as Hewitt, Graupner, Blake, and Paff. Dichter & Shapiro, in the Introduction to their EARLY AMERICAN SHEET MUSIC, include these four publishers in a list of names they deem "eminently worth while." The highlights of the songs within the book are as follows: 1) Fortune, Michael: "Jefferson & Liberty. A New Song. To the Air of Jefferson's March." Philadelphia. 1801. First edition. The most notable music sheet in this collection. Fortune, an Irish immigrant, wrote the song to commemorate Jefferson's election and sent Jefferson a copy of the song. The music was published by the first American antiquarian bookseller, N.G. Dufief, who at the time he published this was trying to sell Jefferson Benjamin Franklin's library for the Library of Congress. For whatever reasons (jealousy? self-interest?) Jefferson turned him down, and Dufief auctioned it in 1803. Perhaps Dufief hoped to advance his sale by sponsoring this publication. Very rare, with only one copy listed in OCLC, at Oxford University. WOLFE 4607. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 734. 2) "The Downfall of Paris." Boston. [1806]. First state, with no page number. One printed page of music, with no lyrics. WOLFE 2737. 3) "The Battle of the Nile: A Favorite Patriotic Song." Philadelphia. [ca. 1804]. First printing by this publisher. A paean to Nelson's victory over Napoleon in Egypt. WOLFE 461. 4) Mozart: "Away with Melancholy." New York. [ca. 1795]. An early printing of this song, an excerpt from THE MAGIC FLUTE. SONNECK & UPTON, p.35. 5) Briggs, Edward Smith: "A Hindustani Girls Song. Tis thy will and I must leave thee." New York. [ca. 1800]. "Soon a british fair will charm thee, thou, alas! Her smiles must woo / but tho' she to rapture warm thee, don't forget thy poor HIN-DOO." SONNECK & UPTON, p.188. 6) [Gaveaux, Pierre]: "La Pipe de Tabac. A Favorite French Song." New York. [ca. 1800]. Not in Wolfe. SONNECK & UPTON, p.332. 7) [Gaveaux, Pierre]: "The Dish of Tea or Ladies Answer to the Pipe Tabac." [New York. 1802]. WOLFE 2896. SONNECK & UPTON, p.110.

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        Vues des Cordillères / Cordilleres, et monumens des peuples indigenes de l'Amérique / l'Amerique, Atlas Pittoresque of the Voyage de Humboldt et Bonpland, Premiere Partie, Relation Historique

      Paris: Schoell. 1810. Hardcover. Very Good. One volume (title page says 1810), large folio (approx. 23 x 17 inches), incomplete, but containing the majority of the colored plates including Le Chimborazo. In late 19th Century quarter cloth and marbled boards, with half title, and two title pages, pp (10), 1-52, 125-274, plates 1-49 on 48 sheets, 17 of which are hand colored and three of which are acquatints tinted sepia. Usually found in 2 volumes published between 1810 and 1813 with 69 plates on 68 sheets; this copy lacks the last 20 plates and significant parts of the text -- apparently lacks pp. 53-124 of the text, and pp. 275-350. Very wide margins, the plates are very good with some occasional foxing, especially plate 49 in b/w. This copy with library bookplate on pastedown with proper withdrawn stamp, heavy foxing and some wear to first page (half title) and some moderate to heavy foxing to prelims. Has the magnificent double page hand colored plate no. 25 of Le Chimborazo (very good) and a number of other handcolored acquatint landscape views, the coloring apparently supervised by von Humboldt himself. Complete copies sell for over $25,000. Field 739; Hill pp 148-9; Palau 117026; Sabin 33754.

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