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        The compleat angler. For more info about this item, see our RARE FISH BOOKS site

      - London: Printed for S. Bagster, in the Strand, 1810. 12 mo (13 x 17 cm). [18], 246, [2] pp. Complete and similar to as Coigney No 20 copy B. All edges gilt, 6 fish engravings to text, on thicker paper, 2 plates of music. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 17 (instead of 16 as mentioned in Coigny No 20 copy B) full-page proofs of the fish engravings by Audinet, all HAND COLOURED : chub, trout, grayling, salmon, pike, carp, bream, tench, pearch, eel, barbel, gudgeon, bleak, roach, dace, loach, bull-head. Presentation inscription pasted on innerside frontpaper to the Earl Of Marlborough with coat of arms Domine Dirige Nos, contents clean, original leather binding unevenly darkened and attractively rubbed, old reback. Spine has remnants of a giltlettered label and 4 fishes. Tight hinges. A handsome copy. Coigney, Izaak Walton, 1653-1987, 1989. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fred. Tatham and Brother Arthur

      1810 - Pencil on paper. Title in pencil "Fred. Tatham & brother Arthur". Signed in ink l.r. "J. Linnell f" A delightful and very intriguing early pencil portrait of Frederick and Arthur Tatham by acclaimed Victorian portraitist, John Linnell Frederick Tatham was born in 1805, his brother, Arthur, in 1808. The boys would appear to be about five and two in the drawing, which would put the date of the drawing at circa 1810. John Linnell (1792-1882) began drawing at quite an early age, his father was a framemaker and art dealer. In 1805 he was admitted to the Royal Academy School, having studied with Benjamin West and John Varley. At some point clearly he made the acquaintance of Charles Heathcote Tatham, architect, and father of the two boys depicted. Children are notoriously hard to draw, and Linnell succeeded in capturing both the characters and youthful energy of the two boys, especially the elder, Frederick. Curiously enough, the two boys and the artist were involved in a long term dispute concerning William Blake later in life. In the 1820's the Tatham boys, now young adults, and their sister Julia, became members of a circle of devotees of William Blake and his wife. John Linnell too had for a long time been part of Blake's circle. Frederick Tatham meanwhile had established himself as a portrait artist, working in a neo-Renaissance style that Blake thought superior to the contemporary Romanticism. All three men, Frederick and Arthur Tatham and John Linnell were "Ancients", those who after Blake's death sought to continue his spiritual and artistic work. When Blake died in 1827, Tatham took in his widow Catherine, nominally as a housekeeper for his young family. When she died in 1831, Tatham claimed that she'd left all of Blake's works to him. John Linnell maintained that the works ought to go to Blake's sister. Tatham held on to the works, and this brought about a very unfortunate consequence. Frederick Tatham at a certain point after this dispute joined a millenial sect, the Irvingites, who held strong moralistic views. These convictions led him to destroy some of Blake's works as having been inspired by the Devil. Frederick Tatham later wrote a Life of Blake that was published in 1906 in A. G. B. Russell's "Letters of William Blake". The baby in the picture, Arthur (1808-1878), later became a rector of several parishes and prebendary of Exeter Cathedral. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Natural History of 48 Quadrupeds, With Elegant Engravings, from Drawings by Alfred Mills

      London: Darton, Harvey, & Darton and J. Harris, 1810. Mills, Alfred. 96 pp. First edition. With 48 engraved full-page plates. Scattered light internal spotting and wear, else a nearly fine copy in publisher's full red morocco with gilt-stamped spine. A scarce Mills title. (2 11/16 by 2 3/8; 68x61mm.). (Bromer/Edison, p. 140-141; Darton G651.1; Osborne p.207; Spielmann 365; Welsh 4993).

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        Plans des plus béaux jardins pittoresques de France, d'Angleterre et d'Allemagne, et des edifices, monumens, fabriques, etc. +++ Plans of the most beautiful picturesque gardens in France, England and Germany and of the edifices, monuments, fabrics, etc. which contribute to their embellishment, of every kind of architecture, such as Chinese, Egyptian, English, Arabian, Moorish, etc. +++ Plaene der schoensten und malerischten Gaerten Franckreichs, Englands, und Deutschlands , etc. Deuxieme Partie / Vol. 2 only (of 2). / Zweiter Teil.

      Pougens, Paris 1810 - Quarter leather w. marbled boards. Oblong small folio (27x34 cm; 10 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches), Text in three columns in French, English and German. 70 p., frontispice, 96 engraved plates on 70 sheets (20 folding, i.e. 17 double-page, plus 3 quadruple page plates, the double-page and folding plates counting as more than one illustration), thus complete. +++ Explanatory pages w. some rare foxing, p. 1-24 w. light water stain outside text block, plates slightly darkened at edges, most plates are clean and spotless inside their pictorial part (except for pl. 10, 24, 26, who show some light foxing there. Leather spine split at top and tail, binding firm, no owners name, no ExLib., no annotations. +++ A rare work depicting the best examples of European garden design and architecture from the early nineteenth century. An accomplished draftsman and architect, Jean Charles Krafft was born in Brunnerfield, Germany in 1764 but later emigrated to France and authored several works on architecture and design. +++ Berlin Kat. 3312a; Brunet III:694; Graesse IV:46. +++ From non-smoking household. +++ For more photos and information please press the ¿Ask bookseller a question¿ button. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Woman. A Poem [autograph fair-copy manuscript of an early unpublished draft]

      N.p. [London], 1810. Wove paper watermarked "J. Ruse 1804". 8vo. Blank account book bound in vellum, stamped in blind on spine "Williams's 65 [--[ Patent," textblock sewn onto metal tabs, which have since oxidized and deteriorated, staining and damaging the spine, covers bowed, text is clean, written in a clear, legible hand. Wove paper watermarked "J. Ruse 1804". 8vo. An unrecorded fair copy of an early draft of Irish author Eaton Stannard Barrett's best known poetic work, published in 1810, and then re-written almost entirely for a second edition published in 1818. "In 1810 Barrett published Woman and other Poems. Written in the manner of Pope, 'Woman, a Poem' was, according to Reiman in his 1979 edition of it, 'more popular during Barrett's lifetime than any single work by a major or secondary poet then living, including Scott or Byron.' The volume ran into several editions, being reprinted as late as 1841" (ODNB). Barrett is perhaps best remembered today for his mocking take-off of the Gothic novel, The Heroine (London, 1813). A comparison between the present manuscript and the published first edition shows substantial differences and similarities. Barrett altered the overall structure of the poem by breaking what is here a continuous thread into four parts. The major textural differences: the published version has at least 52 more lines than the manuscript, and in addition there are 20 lines which have been substantially re-written. There are also a further (approx.) 340 words that have been changed. Conversely, the manuscript includes 12 lines that have been deleted from the published version.

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        THE WORKS OF THE ENGLISH POETS, FROM CHAUCER TO COWPER ; INCLUDING THE SERIES EDITED, WITH PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON: AND THE MOST APPROVED TRANSLATIONS.[IN 21 VOLUMES]

      J. Johnson [And 48 Others],, London 1810 - 15000 pages; Abraham Cowley, Sir John Denham, John Milton, Samuel Butler (Hudibras) , John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, Wentworth , Dillon, Earl of Roscommon, Thomas Otway, Edmund Waller, John Pomfret, Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset, George Stepney, John Philips, William Walsh, John Dryden, Edmund Smith, Richard Duke, William King, Thomas Sprat, Charles Montague, Earl of Halifax, Thomas Parnell, Samuel Garth, Nicholas Rowe, Joseph Addison, John Hughes, John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, Matthew Prior, William Congreve, Sir Richard Blackmore, Elijah Fenton, John Gay, George Granville, Lord Lansdown, Thomas Yalden, Thomas Tickell, James Hammond, William Somervile, Richard Savage, Jonathan Swift, William Broome, Alexander Pope, Christopher Pitt, James Thomson, Isaac Watts, Ambrose Philips, Gilbert West, William Collins, John Dyer, William Shenstone, Edward Young, David Mallet, Mark Akenside, Thomas Gray, George Lord Lyttelton. Approximstely 15,000 pages. The Lives, which are critical as well as biographical studies, appeared as prefaces to selections of each poet's work, and most of them were longer than originally expected. [9] Johnson justified his approach in the advertisement for the work: "my purpose was only to have allotted to every Poet an Advertisement, like those which we find in the French Miscellanies, containing a few dates and a general character." [1] However, he did not limit himself to bare dates and biographical events, but created a series of Lives with, according to his Preface to the edition of 1783, "the honest intention of giving pleasure". Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets (1779–81) is a work by Samuel Johnson, comprising short biographies and critical appraisals of 52 poets, most of whom lived during the eighteenth century. It is arranged, approximately, by date of death. Six of the Lives have been singled out as the most "important": John Milton, John Dryden, Alexander Pope, Joseph Addison, Jonathan Swift, and Thomas Gray. Soundly bound in calf over marbled boards with crimson morocco labels. Light rubbing to extremities and a bit of quite light foxing. Overall a very pleasing presentation with all bindings straight and firm. ; 46 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Woman. A Poem [autograph fair-copy manuscript of an early unpublished draft]

      N.p. [London] 1810 - Wove paper watermarked "J. Ruse 1804". 8vo. An unrecorded fair copy of an early draft of Irish author Eaton Stannard Barrett's best known poetic work, published in 1810, and then re-written almost entirely for a second edition published in 1818. "In 1810 Barrett published Woman and other Poems. Written in the manner of Pope, 'Woman, a Poem' was, according to Reiman in his 1979 edition of it, 'more popular during Barrett's lifetime than any single work by a major or secondary poet then living, including Scott or Byron.' The volume ran into several editions, being reprinted as late as 1841" (ODNB). Barrett is perhaps best remembered today for his mocking take-off of the Gothic novel, The Heroine (London, 1813).A comparison between the present manuscript and the published first edition shows substantial differences and similarities. Barrett altered the overall structure of the poem by breaking what is here a continuous thread into four parts. The major textural differences: the published version has at least 52 more lines than the manuscript, and in addition there are 20 lines which have been substantially re-written. There are also a further (approx.) 340 words that have been changed. Conversely, the manuscript includes 12 lines that have been deleted from the published version. Blank account book bound in vellum, stamped in blind on spine "Williams's 65 [--[ Patent," textblock sewn onto metal tabs, which have since oxidized and deteriorated, staining and damaging the spine, covers bowed, text is clean, written in a clear, legible hand Wove paper watermarked "J. Ruse 1804". 8vo

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        Stickvorlage.

      Höhenleitnerische Kunsthandlung, Kohlmarkt Nº 1218, Wien 1810 - Gouache und Aquarell auf Kupferstich-Raster. 129x183 mm. Schloß mit Wassergraben, auf der Brücke ein Mann mit beladener Schubkarre. Oben rechts: "Nº 30". Von der früheren Besitzerin mit Tinte bezeichnet: L v P (Luise von Palombini). Auf der Rückseite ist der damalige Preis angegeben: "f 3.10" Sehr gute Erhaltung. Die Höhenleitnerische Kunsthandlung wurde 1807 von Heinrich Friedrich Müller übernommen und seit 1811 von ihm unter eigenem Namen fortgeführt (Sigmar Radau). Luise von Palombini (1807-1832), das älteste von 5 Kindern des italienischen Generals Giuseppe Federico oder Joseph Friedrich [von] Palombini (1774-1850). Dieser kämpft sich auf Seite der Republikaner in Italien hoch, dient im italienischen Korps der Grande Armée im Krieg gegen Preussen und Schweden (Belagerung von Stralsund 1807), später als Divisionsgeneral in Spanien, und kommt letzlich nach Italien zurück (1813). Als das napoleonische Reich zusammenbricht, nimmt er das Angebot an, in die österreichische Armee zu überwechseln und bekommt den Rang eines Feldmarschalleutnants. Er verbringt dann seinen Lebensabend auf einem Gut seiner Frau Caroline, einer Tochter des polnischen Generals und Freiheitskämpfers Jan Henryk Dombrowski, in Grochwitz bei Herzberg/Elster in Sachsen, was die deutsche Herkunft unserer Stickereivorlagen erklären könnte. Gewicht: 0,01 kg. Shipping: See our shipping terms. Versand: Siehe unsere Versandbedingungen. ENGLISH SUMMARY: Castle with moat, on the bridge a man with a loaded barrow. Gouache and watercolor on a copper-engraved raster, numbered "Nº 30". Inscribed by the former owner with her initials "L v P". Luise von Palombini (1807-1832), the oldest of 5 children of the Italian general Giuseppe Federico, or Joseph Friedrich [von] Palombini (1774-1850), who first fights in Italy on the side of the Republicans, and later serves in the Italian corps of the Grande Armée in the war against Prussia and Sweden (siege of Stralsund 1807). He then becomes a divisional in Spain and eventually returns to Italy in 1813. When the Napoleonic Empire crumbles away in 1814, he accepts the offer to go over to the Austrian army and obtains the rank of a field marshal lieutenant. He spends the rest of his life on an estate of his wife Caroline, a daughter of the Polish general and fighter for the freedom of Poland Jan Henryk Dombrowski, in Grochwitz near Herzberg/Elster in Saxony, which might well explain the German origin of our embroidery patterns. The Höhenleitner art shop was taken over 1807 by Heinrich Friedrich Müller who ran the business under his own name from 1811 on (Sigmar Radau). Very good conservation.

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        The New Testament, translated from the Latin, in the year 1380, by John Wiclif, D.D. to which are prefixed, memoirs of the life, opinions, and writings of Dr. Wiclif; and an historical account of the Saxon and English versions of the Scriptures, previous to the opening of the fifteenth century.

      London: Pr. by Richard Edwards for T. Hamilton et al. 4to (27.5 cm, 10.85"). Frontis., [2], lxxii, [2], 275, [1] pp.. 1810 First edition of Wycliffe's English translation as revised by John Purvey, with new preliminary material by the Rev. Henry Hervey Baber. Baber (1775–1869) was a librarian first at the Bodleian and then at the British Museum, and a Fellow of the Royal Society as well as an assistant preacher at Lincoln's Inn. The text is printed in double columns; it preserves the original 14th-century spellings and is decorated with ornamental capitals. The colophon incorporates the printing information of an earlier edition, sans Baber's contributions: "Printed by John March . . . MDCCXXXI . . . reprinted by Richard Edwards . . . MDCCCIX." Provenance: Front free endpaper with bookplate of John Howell and his small ticket to back free endpaper; early ownership inscription of Alexander B. Stewart to first page of "Memoirs"; later in the collections of the Pacific School of Religion (properly released). Binding: 19th-century medievally inspired calf, covers framed and panelled in blind with blind rolls and blind-tooled corner fleurons; spine with raised bands, gilt-stamped title, and blind-stamped compartment decorations. All edges gilt. Binding as above, edges rubbed, sides with small scuffs, joints repaired using long-fibre tissue toned to match binding; spine extremities chipped. Frontispiece with lower and inner portions waterstained (not into image), with some offsetting to title-page; title-page with ownership inscription effaced and other indicia as above. Occasional light foxing, with some leaves more noticeably age-toned than others; one page with line of discoloration along upper edge. => A nice example of early 19th-century engagement with medieval Biblical scholarship and style.

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        LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF LOUISIANA: PASSED BY THE GOVERNOR AND JUDGES ASSEMBLED IN LEGISLATURE, IN THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1810

      St. Louis, Louisiana Territory (i.e. Missouri): Printed by Joseph Charless, 1810. Expertly bound to style in period tree calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, morocco label. Very good. One of the earliest Missouri, and therefore Trans- Mississippi, imprints. Following the Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana Territory was divided into two districts, with the upper district becoming Missouri Territory in 1812. This work is a supplement and revision to the first Laws of Louisiana Territory, printed at St. Louis by Joseph Charless in 1808. Charless was the first printer in Missouri. An Irish emigré, he fled to Philadelphia and worked for Mathew Carey in Philadelphia before relocating to Louisville and thence to St. Louis in the summer of 1808. Upon his arrival, he was made the official printer to the territory. An exceedingly scarce item; Lathrop Harper, sold an example in 1941 for $450. Only a handful of copies listed in OCLC. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 20593. AII (MISSOURI) 4.

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        Freundschaft und Liebe" (Rückentitel). Stammbuchkassette.

      Ursberg Memmingen Neuburg/Donau u a -1821 1810 - 40 Bl. Mit 6 Aquarellen (darunter einer Ortsansicht), 1 Bleistiftzeichnung und 1 kolorierten Aquatinta-Radierung. Qu.-8° (10,8 x 18,5 cm). Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung und zwei Rückenschildern in Pappschuber der Zeit. Stammbuch-Kassette für eine weibliche Eignerin mit Eintragungen überwiegend aus Ursberg, unter den Namen: Eduard von Baldauf; Carl Stark; G. L. Stadelmann (mit kunstvoll gefalteter und aquarellierter Papierblüte); Franz v. Predl; Tobias Ehrhart (Memmingen); C. A. von Stetten (Augsburg), Michael Felder aus Bregenz (Memmingen); F. Hohenadel. Besonders bemerkenswert eine sehr hübsche blattgroße Fernansicht von Ursberg, bezeichnet und datiert 1815, rückseitig ein Eintrag von Karl Bauer aus Ursberg (Schefold verzeichnet für Ursberg insgesamt nur 10 Ansichten und den Kolleffel-Plan). - Die Blattränder teils etwas aufgebogen, stellenweise leicht fleckig. Die hübsche Kassette mit wenigen unwesentlichen Gebrauchsspuren, der Schuber etwas fleckig und berieben. Schönes Stück. 250 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [K. 527]. Il Dissoluto Punito osia Il Don Giovanni Dramma giocoso in due Atti... Ridotto per il Pianoforte da C. G. Neefe. [Piano-vocal score]

      Hamburgo: Giovanni Augusto Böhme [without PN], [ca. 1810]. Oblong folio. Contemporary half vellum with green marbled boards, decorative white cut paper label in the shape of a goblet with manuscript titling to upper. 1f. (pictorial title with vignette depicting a scene from the opera engraved by Wolf), [i] (blank), [i] (cast list and contents, grouped in four acts, in Italian but with German incipits only), 3-205 pp. Engraved. Watermark: "FCD" and fleur de lys with crown. Paper with a greenish cast. Printed text underlay in Italian and German; stage directions in German only. Musical numbers reordered and grouped in four acts. Boards slightly worn; rubbed and bumped at edges and corners; upper hinge split. Repair to small tear to lower outer corner of first page of music; one leaf dampstained. Sharp added in pencil to p. 183. A very good copy overall. / A later edition. Rare. Köchel 6, p. 598. Hoboken 11, 345 and plate 181 (same watermark as present copy). Hamburg, Öffentliche Bücherhallen (municipal library). RISM M4508. Böhme published several editions of the piano-vocal score; Köchel does not distinguish among them. RISM M4509 is not credited to Neefe; the copy at the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen carries plate number 42. RISM M4510 (including Hirsch IV, 131) and the copy at the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg are also different: the credit to Neefe is lacking; the word "Pianoforte" is misspelled "Pianoforto"; the contents are arranged in the original two acts (as suggested by the title) rather than the spurious four, and one number, the duet of Zerlina and Don Ottavio, "Ach Schätzchen, lass mich laufen" (i.e., "Restate qua"; composed later) is added; also, Hirsch cites plate number 300; not in the Augsburg copy, and a pagination running to 209. The pictorial title is basically the same as that of the first edition of the full score by Breitkopf & Härtel (1801); only the line crediting the reduction and the imprint are new.

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        \"Vue prise près du Moulin dit Buschmühle dans la Vallée de Plauen près de Dresde\". Blick auf die Buschmühle (bzw. Bienermühle oder Schweizermühle) rechts, auf dem Weg davor Kutsche, Reiter und mehrere Ausflügler.

       Altkolorierte Umrißradierung von Johann Friedrich Bruder nach Johann Gottfried Jentzsch, um 1810, 37,5 x 53,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. V, S. 96 (Bruder) und Bd. XVIII, S. 523 (Jentzsch). - \"Seine Haupttätigkeit entfaltete er als Radierer. Für den Dresdner Kunsthändler Heinr. Rittner fertigte er kolorierte Umrißradierungen, Ansichten aus der Umgebung Dresdens und der Sächs. Schweiz, nach Joh. Gfr. Jentzsch, Casp. Dav. Friedrich und eigener Zeichnung\" (Thieme-Becker über Bruder). - Im Ganzen minimal gebräunt. Aufwendig gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        Recueil des ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, architecture, gravure en taille-douce, en medailles et en pierres fines cites dans le rapport du jury sur les prix decennaux, expose, le 25 aout 1810, dans le grand salon du musee napoleon

      Paris 1810 - In französischer Sprache. M. 41 (v. 45) teils gefalt. gestoch. Taf. Pbd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. 51 S. Rücken mit Fehlstelle, stockfleckig; 2 gefalt. Taf. m. Randläsuren. Sehr selten! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        \"Pont de Munic à construire sur le torrent de l`Isar\". Ansicht der Ludwigsbrücke mit hübscher Personenstaffage, im Hintergrund Türme der Frauen- und Peterskirche. Unter der Ansicht (16 x 72 cm) 12 Konstruktionsdetails, Aufrisse und Profile der Brücke.

       Kupferstich von F.W. Bollinger aus K.F. Wiebeking, um 1810, 53 x 72 cm. Lentner 1484; Slg. Proebst 521. - Am oberen Rand restaurierte Einrisse und Randergänzungen. Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        MÜNCHEN. "Pont de Munic à construire sur le torrent de l'Isar". Ansicht der Ludwigsbrücke mit hübscher Personenstaffage, im Hintergrund Türme der Frauen- und Peterskirche. Unter der Ansicht (16 x 72 cm) 12 Konstruktionsdetails, Aufrisse und Profile der Brücke.

      - Kupferstich von F.W. Bollinger aus K.F. Wiebeking, um 1810, 53 x 72 cm. Lentner 1484; Slg. Proebst 521. - Am oberen Rand restaurierte Einrisse und Randergänzungen. Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck.

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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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        [PRINTED DOCUMENT, COMPLETED IN MANUSCRIPT, BEING A TRADING LICENSE ISSUED TO THE SPANISH BRIG GENERAL CASTAÑOS BY WILLIAM, DUKE OF MANCHESTER, GOVERNOR OF JAMAICA]

      St. Jago de la Vega, 1810. Several tears along folds, edge nicks. Light dust soiling in upper margin of first page. Overall condition is good. This document is a trading license issued by the governor of Jamaica to the Spanish brig, General Castaños, commanded by Antonio Herrera. The license is specifically for trade "from the port of Kingston to the Spanish Colonies of America and back to Kingston." It is specifically designed to show British warships who might try to take the vessel as a prize. Further restrictions are printed on the integral second leaf. The document is twice signed in manuscript: "Manchester." An interesting trade document printed in Jamaica.

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        An Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi, and Through the Western Parts of Louisiana, to the Sources of the Arkansaw, Kans, La Platte, and Pierre Juan, Rivers … During the Years 1805, 1806, and 1807. And a Tour Through the Interior Parts of New Spain ... In the Year 1807

      Philadelphia: John Binns for C.&A. Conrad; Petersburgh: Somervell & Conrad; Norfolk: Bonsal, Conrad & Co.; and Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, Jr., 1810. First edition. Frontispiece portrait, 3 folding tables, a chart (on 5 separate leaves) and 6 maps (5 folding). 5, [3], 277, [5]; 65, [1]; 53, [1]; 87, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary tree calf, red morocco spine label titled in gilt. Binding rubbed, joints starting, dampstain to frontispiece and title, offsetting from frontispiece, some browning and spotting to text, offsetting and foxing to maps, small tears at mounts, repairs to 1 folding chart and Mississippi River map. In a custom blue cloth slipcase and chemise. First edition. Frontispiece portrait, 3 folding tables, a chart (on 5 separate leaves) and 6 maps (5 folding). 5, [3], 277, [5]; 65, [1]; 53, [1]; 87, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. The report of the first, and certainly one of the most important, exploration narratives of the Southwest. Pike's narrative includes his account of his travels to explore the headwaters of the Arkansas and Red Rivers, as well as his earlier journey to the sources of the Mississippi River. He also relates his visit to the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. Along with the writings of Lewis & Clark, Pike's ACCOUNT must stand as the most important early work on western exploration. The maps, which Wheat considers "milestones in the mapping of the American west," are the first to show geographic knowledge of the area based upon first-hand explorations. Streeter refers to the description of Texas as "excellent." Howes P-373, "b"; Wagner-Camp 9:1; Graff 3290; Wheat Transmississippi 297, 298, 299; Field 1217; Streeter Texas 1047C; Bradford 4415; Rittenhouse 467; Sabin 62936; Jones 743; Braislin 1474; Jenkins Basic Texas Books 163; Hill 1357

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        Abbildungen naturhistorischer Gegenstände. No 1-100

      Göttingen, Heinrich Dieterich, 1810. 100 colored prints. Bound halfleather.. Text in german. Here the first bookedition of the earlier 10 journals 1796-1804. Contoents: Human beings, fisches, birds, lizards, fossils. 100 copparprints mostly colored. Plate 35 "The Dodo" without text. Else complete. The binding loose and weared. Pages nice and clean.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        Travels through Denmark and Sweden, to which is prefixed a Journal of a Voyage down the Elbe from Dresden to Hamburgh. Including a compendious historical account of the Hanseatic League. 2 vols.

      Wilkie and Robinson, London 1810. 4°, xl,136,xxix,224, xxiv,428 pp.+ 13 aquatint plates, contemporary decorated cloth, spines nicely repaired, exlibris: Henry Collison and Hilding Pleijel, name on free endpaper.. 16022453

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        ARCHIV FUR ASIATISCHE LITTERATUR, GESCHICHTE UND SPRACHKUNDE.

      St Petersburg, 1810.. Volume I (all published), first edition, St Petersburg, im Academischen Verlage, 1810. 4to, 290 x 220 mm, 11½ x 8½ inches, 5 engraved plates, 3 folding, 2 figurative, 3 of characters, 1 folding table, pages (8), 1-224, bound in half calf over marbled sides, gilt decoration and gilt lettered morocco label to spine. Small split to head of upper hinge 10mm (½ inch), just starting to crack at tail, and at head and tail of lower hinge, corners worn with small piece of leather missing on upper corner of lower cover, small dent to lower edge of upper cover, small library label on front pastedown, no other library signs, printed on soft paper and untrimmed at edges, with many edges ragged, title page foxed and slightly ragged along edges with small repair, light foxing to next 8 pages, pale  foxing to text throughout , mainly to margins, 2 folding plates slightly foxed. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce work. Julius Heinrich Klaproth (1783-1835), was a German Orientalist, linguist and traveller born in Berlin. He devoted his energies in quite early life to the study of Asiatic languages, and published in 1802 his Asiatisches Magazin (Weimar, 1802-1803). He was in consequence called to St. Petersburg and given an appointment in the academy there. In 1805 he was a member of Count Golovkin's embassy to China. On his return he was despatched by the academy to the Caucasus on an ethnographical and linguistic exploration (1807-1808), and was afterwards employed for several years in connection with the academy's Oriental publications. In 1812 he moved to Berlin; but in 1815 he settled in Paris, and in 1816 the title and salary of professor of Asiatic languages and literature was procured for him from the king of Prussia, with permission to remain in Paris as long as was requisite for the publication of his works. In this scarce early work he is embarking on the study of Asian languages, particularly Chinese and demonstrating a close affinity between most Caucasian languages and North Asian dialects. Images sent on reqest.

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        MUKASHI GATARI SHICHIYA NO KURA: ANCIENT TALES OF THE PAWNBROKER'S STOREHOUSE.

      [Edo 1810, Nishimura]. Original grey stitched wrappers, 4 of. 5 vols., lacks vol. 1, very thumbed, 24 woodcut illustations. some quite dramatic, several lower right corners torn/gone,. as is, only. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION RARE & IMPORTANT TITLE. A SUPERB CLASSIC OF JAPANESE LITERATURE AND FOLK-TALES Text by Takizawa Bakin [1767-1848] was one of the most famous novelists during the Tokugawa period. The illustrat- ions by Katsukawa Shuntei [1770-1820] * THE FANTASTIC ILLUSTRATIONS: As Takizawa wrote this story, he also made some simple sketches of what sort of illustrations he wanted to show with the text. He relied on several different artists of the day, including Hokusai, but had a falling out with him as he took too many "liberties" with his drawings. So Takizawa got Shuntei to work on this story's illustrations. As per a note he wrote to Shuntei [see Keyes, p.178, bottom plate 41,1] where in these instructions for the drawings were noted. Takizawa also stated that the title would be in 5 volumes, its title and other details. Keyes has also outlined a good part of the story and cited some of the more fantastic illustrations. "Jian Wu shoots the python" is superb [see our images on our web site, and figure 41.3 & 41.4 in Keyes, p.180-181]. Here we see the gigantic python as it swallows an elephant, both in Takizawa's imagined image and rough sketch, vs. how Bakin actually drew the final illustration. Figure 4.12 shows the monumental millipede with title: "Tawara Toda at the palace of the Dragon King shoots the millipede." [See Keyes citation below]. * THIS COPY: This copy lacks volume 1 otherwise is complete. The value of this work and copy mainly lies in the superb and quite fantastic illustrations. There are a good number of illustrations, per above fantastic examples of a giant centipede, and huge python, an elephant. Each of these are double-page illustrations, and even continue beyond the top margin exceeding the usual limits of woodblocks in the area above the top margin giving the appearance of "large scale" and a dramatic effect. An unusual technique but impressive ! * Another double-page illustration shows a very tall mountain on the left side of the page where it also exceeds the top margin to show it's extreme height and grandeur. Perhaps its Mt. Fuji. Other illustrations are impressive. There is one that uses "reverse" printing technique, with a black back- ground. * This is an important illustrated book and written text. That Keyes elected to illustrate 4 examples and devote two full pages of text attests to this fact. Keyes also cites the names of the calligraphers who did the text. * CONDITION: The covers are worn, scuffed and have some paste-on's, and the title slips are missing on vol.2, the balance are chipped and quite worn. The contents are printed on very thin Washi hand-made paper, and were easily thumbed and are now missing some parts of the lower right corner. Luckily, only some parts of text were lost or damaged. Due to the state of this book, there are no returns, adjustments, or refunds. By ordering you agree to these terms. Please inquire for additional scans and more description about condition if necessary. * FAMOUS BOOK: The work is famous and was acquired by the NYPL for the Spencer collection. The Keyes monograph was published in association with the NYPL as a supplement to the exhibition held at the NYPL October 20, 2006-February 4, 2007. The exhibition was a sensation. [NYPL= New York Public Library] * BIBLIOGRAPHY: S. Sorimachi: CATALOGUE OF JAPANESE ILLUSTRATED BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS IN THE SPENCER COLLECTION OF THE NYPL: #186, illustrated on p.53. * R. Keyes: EHON: The Artist And the Book in Japan: cites and illustrates the giant centipede and the huge python, see on pp. 178-182, figures [color photo] 41.1, 41.2, 41.3, 41.4, and page 281 item 41 for bibliographic citations. * D.G. Chibbett et al.: A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THE PRE- MEIJI JAPANESE BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS & PRINTS IN THE LIBRARY OF THE SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN STUDIES: p.54. * Robert K. Douglas; CATALOGUE OF JAPANESE PRINTED BOOKS & MSS. IN THE LIBRARY OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM: 1898, p.213. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        THE UNCLE'S PRESENT, A NEW BATTLEDOOR

      Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson, 1810. Uncomminly fine. Four leaves, the first and last pasted down to the covers, the 2 inner ones pasted together making 4 pages in all, containing 24 letters of alphabet cries in six compartments to a page; in the original covers with a flap reading COME, READ and LEARN; the front and back cover have at the top, "READ, AND BE WISE", below this an alphabet, a woodcut by A. Anderson, numerals, and on the front cover and the imprint of Benjamin Warner, 147 Market Street, without date; the lower cover has the lower case alphabet in roman and italic letters, a different woodcut, the numerals, and no imprint. (Cataloguing from Rosenbach's Early American Children's Books. p. 164). "The cries illustrating the alphabet are a very pretty set, and are probably an early set of Newcastle or York Cries by Bewick... The Battledore was an offshoot of the hornbook, and was printed on the double fold of stiff cardboard with the extra piece folded over in order to fit it for the double purpose it had to serve. In school it was used for teaching children the alphabet, whilst out of school it served as the battledore in the game of shuttlecock and battledore." (Rosenbach no. 428). Hamilton suggests that the woodcut on the front cover may be by William Mason. (Hamilton. Early American Book Illustrators and Wood Engravers, no. 1014). Welsh 1363. See also Gottlieb, Early Children's Books and Their Illustration (Pierpont Morgan Library), no. 151. American Imprints 14251; Shaw 21546.

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        Erinnerungen, Bände 1 bis 4 (v. 5), Halbleder-Ausgabe.

      Zürich, Orell Füssli und Compagnier, 1810 - 1814. X, 414, 418, 402, 394 S. Braune Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf grünem Rückenschild, roter Kokarde mit Bandnummer sowie goldgeprägten Ornamentbändern; Buchdeckel mit roten Marmorbezügen und Lederecken. Reise- und Dichter-Erinnerungen des Schriftstellers und Lyrikers Friedrich von Matthisson (1768 - 1831), in denen sich sowohl mannigfaltige landschaftliche und landeskundliche Impressionen als auch Matthissons Bekanntschaften mit den berühmten Dichtern seiner Epoche wie unter anderem Goethe, Schiller und Lichtenberg widerspiegeln. Mit 4 Aquatinta-Titelvignetten sowie 14 halbseitigen Kupfervignetten (Landschafts- und Architekturdarstellungen) im Text. Gliederung: Bd. 1: Der große Bernhardsberg - Die Felsenkuppe von Mayenne - Darstellungen aus Frankreich - Feier des Wiedersehns auf dem Schlosse Bodmar - Vaterländische Besuche. Bd. 2: Seefahrt nach Kopenhagen - Wanderung nach dem Stockhorne - Die borromäischen Inseln- Reise von Lausanne nach Aosta - Acht Tage in Paris - Acht Tage in den Alpen - Wallfahrt nach der großen Karthause bei Grenoble. Bd. 3: Fragmente aus Tagebüchern und Briefen. Erste Abtheilung. Bd. 4: Fragmente aus Tagebüchern und Briefen. Zweite Abtheilung. Buchrücken lediglich leicht berieben, ein Rückenschild mit kleiner Eckläsion. Sonst sehr schöne, saubere Exemplare. Seiten frisch und fleckenfrei. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Dort Frühjahrs-Rabatt von 20 Prozent auf dieses Angebot bis zum 31. März 2016. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Reisen Italien Frankreich Schweiz Goethe Schiller Lichtenberg Alpen Alpinismus

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        VALOR ECCLESIASTICUS temp. Henr. VIII. Auctoritate regia institutus. Vol. I-VI [complete]

      Printed by Command of His Majesty King George III [and] King William IV [vol. VI] 1810-34, [London] - Six folio volumes: Vol. I (1810): [x], viii, two-page map, [iv], foldout facsimile, [ii], 519 pp. + 2 handcolored foldout maps; The General Introduction (dated 1834) and two-page map bound in this volume (instead of vol. VI, as in some sets). Vol. II (1814): [viii], 584 pp. + 3 foldout maps; Vol. III (1817): [viii], 587 pp. + 3 foldout maps; Vol. IV (1821): [viii], 538 pp. + 4 foldout maps; Vol. V (1825): [viii], 400 pp. + 3 foldout maps; Vol. VI (1834): [viii], lx, 344 pp, tape repair to last leaf. Recent quarter dark maroon cloth, cream cloth sides, gilt titling on spine, new endpapers, uncut, half-titles present. With 16 hand-colored diocese maps by Arrowsmith (all called for) and indices of places and names. Following his break with the Church of Rome and self-appointment as the supreme head of the Church of England through the Act of Supremacy (1534), Henry VIII undertook to impose taxes on the property and income of churches, abbeys, priories, nunneries, and other ecclesiastical institutions, from the archbishop and wealthiest abbot down to the smallest and most poorly endowed vicarages-all were within its grasp. Toward that end, a survey and valuation of church property in England and Wales and their revenue, by diocese, was taken, and the result is the Valor Ecclesiasticus. This work is a transcription, executed under the supervision of His Majesty's Commissioners on the Public Records of the Realm, of that historic 1535 survey held in the UK National Archives. A few small circular stamps of The Law Society Library in each volume). Pages generally clean, with only mild scattered foxing or spotting. An attractive and scarce complete set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wild Ducks

      London: Published at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand, 1810. Mezzotint. Printed on wove Whatman paper watermarked 1806. Lettered proof, state ii/iii. In excellent condition. Image size: 13 5/8 x 17 1/8 inches. A charming proof mezzotint by Charles Turner after James Barenger depicting wild ducks. 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 wild ducks 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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        Relación histórica y moral de la portentosa imagen de N. Sr. Jesucristo crucificado aparecido en una de las cuevas de S. Miguel de Chalma, hoy real convento y santuario de este nombre, de religiosos ermitaños de N.G.P. y doctor S. Agustin, en esta Nueva España, y en esta provincia del santísimo nombre de Jesús de México. Con los compendios de las vidas de los dos venerables religiosos legos y primeros anacoretas de este santo desierto, F. Bartolomé de Jesús María, y F. Juan de San Josef.

      [Mexico] : Casa de Arizpe Small 4to. [7] ff., 386 pp., plt.. 1810 One has here the sole edition of the standard and well-thought-of account of the Sanctuary of Jesus Christ at Chalma, the second most visited pilgrimage site in Mexico. The cave housing the Christ Crucified statue was a pre-Columbian sacred site and pilgrimage destination; miraculously the pre-Columbian statue with magical healing power morphed into the Christ image soon after it was visited by early Augustinian friars, who took over the cave and the surrounding area and build a church and religious compound. The original Christ statue was destroyed by fire in the 18th century. In addition to the wealth of information here about the origins of the cave as a site of miracles, its history throughout the colonial period, and accounts of miracles occurring there, this work also has important biographies of Augustinians of the 17th century who played important roles in the care and perpetuation of the site. The engraving shows the cave, the Christ figure, pilgrims, and Augustinian friars. 19th-century mottled sheep, abraded, missing spine label; spine is cracking down center, and volume may sometime split into two halves. Some brown stains, most notable in inner and upper or lower margins; lower outside corner of title–page neatly excised. Old ink notes and scribblings.

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        Karikatur Friedrich I., König von Württemberg. Feder in Braun über Spuren von Bleistift.

       1810.. Im Unterrand bezeichnet \"Frederic, Roi de Wurtemberg, né en 1754 / croqué en 1810\". Auf feingeripptem Bütten. 16,4 x 11 cm. Mit sicherer Strichführung gezeichnete Karikatur des Regenten in vollem Ornat. - Friedrich Wilhelm Karl von Württemberg wurde 1754 in Pommern als Sohn des Friedrich Eugen von Württemberg undd Sophie Dorothee von Brandenburg-Schwedt, geboren. Unter Friedrich dem Großen wurde er für eine militärische Laufbahn ausgebildet, nach 1783 begab er sich in die Dienste Katharina der Großen.1806 nahm Friedrich I. die Königswürde an und Versand D: 5,00 EUR Katharina d. Große, Friedrich d. Große, Karikatur, Frankreich um 1800, Napoleon,

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        Tharandt. - Schlossteich mit Burgruine. - Wizani. - "Tharand près de Dresde".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Umrissradierung, aquarelliert, um 1810. Von Johann Friedrich Wizani. 37,7 x 52,4 cm (Darstellung) / 43,5 x 53,5 cm (Blatt). Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung signiert, mittig darunter französisch betitelt. - Blatt gebräunt und bis auf die Plattenkante beschnitten. Im unteren Rand restaurierte Einrisse. Verso Reste vormaliger Montierung. Insgesamt eher mäßiger Zustand. 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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        Gesamtans., "Vue de Tharand près de Dresde".

      - altkol. Umrißradierung n. u. v. Wizani b. Heinrich Rittner in Dresden, um 1810, 37 x 51,5 Thieme-Becker, Bd. 36, S. 157 ( zu Wizani ). - Blick zum Ort vom See aus, links die Burgruine. - Tadellos erhaltenes Blatt in schönem Atltkolorit. Die Legende von seperater Platte gedruckt. Breitrandig.

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        Gesamtans., von Osten, "Wezlar gegen Abend".

      - Aquatinta ( in Sepia ) v. H.(einrich) J.(oseph) Schütz n. C.(arl) Geibel, um 1810, 45 x 55,5 Thieme - Becker, Bd. XIII ( für Geibel) und Thieme - Becker, Bd. XXX ( für Schütz ). - Prächtige, großformatige Ansicht aus der Frühzeit der Aquatinta. - Der obere Rand wurde angerändert und restaurieret.

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        A Treatise on Isoperimetrical Problems, and the Calculus of Variations.

      Cambridge: J. Smith, 1810. - ix, 154 pp; illus. Contemporary 3/4-leather and marbled boards, rebacked with new leather spine. Very Good. Poggendorff II, 1366. D.S.B. XIV, p. 500. 'Woodhouse's other writings include a history of the calculus of variations (1810) . . . In all these works Woodhouse presented the results of continental research from the time of Newton up to his time' (D.S.B.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Broadside, begins: "Cancion Patriotica de Caracas.

      Caracas: Gallagher y Lamb Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). [1] p.. 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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        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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        A Treatise on The Law of War, Being The First Book of His Quaestiones Juris Publici, With Notes

      Farrand & Nicholas, PHILADELPHIA 1810 - Original calf with decorative tooling to edges. Burgundy label on spine with gilt lettering. Translated from the original Latin of Cornelius van Bynkershoek, being "The First Book of his Quaestiones Juris Publici", with notes, by Peter Stephen Du Ponceau. xii, 218 pages, including Index. Professional tissue repairs to hinges. Characteristic rubs and bumps for age. Scuff on front, but blends well into overall patina. Pages 75-76 & 77-78 are loose from foot of the spine, but attached to head. Previous owner's (Cyrus Cary) bookplate inside front cover and his name is penned inside rear cover. Cyrus Carey may have been the Cyrus Carey appointed by the Virginia General Assembly in 1830 as a Commissioner from Greenbrier County, Virginia, to study the formation of Jackson County, in that part of the state that later became West Virginia. Another name on inside front blank page. Foxing to pages. Extremely scarce original. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard 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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        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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        Essays on the Picturesque as Compared with the Sublime and the Beautiful and, on the Use of Studying Pictures for the Purpose of Improving Real Landscape.

      J. Mawman, London. 1810 - First edition. Octavo. Three volumes: pp xxviii, 402, [2] adverts; xxxii, 408; viii, 400. Period pebbled cloth with leather spine labels. The author was very influential in the landscaping debates of the 1790's, some of his ideas being satirised by Jane Austen in Northanger Abbey.Spine labels worn to near-illegibility. Very good set, internally fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE FAMILY RECEIPT-BOOK; Or Universal Repository of Useful Knowledge and Experience in all the various Branches of Domestic Oeconomy. Including Scarce, Curious, and Valuable, Select Receipts, and Choice Secrets, in Cookery, Medicine, Confectionary, Pastry, Brewing, Distilling, Pickling, Preserving, Perfumery, Dyeing, Gilding, Painting, Varnishing, Agriculture, Farriery, Gardening, Hunting, Fishing, Fowling, &c. &c. &c. With Specifications of approved Patent Medicines; all the most serviceable preparations for Domestic Purposes; and numerous successful Improvements in the Ornamental as well as Useful Arts, Manufactures, &c. Extracted from the Records of the Patent Office; translated from foreign books and journals, in all the languages of Eu

      London, printed for the editors, and published by Oddy and Co. 27, Oxford Street; and W. Oddy, 108, opposite Warwick Lane, Newgate Street, undated but ca. 1810 - First edition. 4to. II + (3-) 584pp + 10ll. Full contemporary speckled calf, rebacked, preserving original spine. Recent endpapers. Last (index) leaves faintly waterstained. Rare first edition of a "compleat library of valuable domestic knowledge and general oeconomy". Cagle and others only list a third edition of ca. 1814, stating that "no earlier edition has been located", which is obviously not correct. Cagle/Taste 674 (only the third edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Op. 74]. Quatuor pour deux Violons, Viola et Violoncelle composé et dédié à Son Altesse le Prince regnant de Lobkowitz Duc de Raudnitz. Oeuv. 74. Pr. 1 Thlr. 8 Gr. [Parts]

      Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 1609] [ca 1810], Leipsic - First German edition, second issue. LVB WV pp. 465-67. Del Mar P2. Hoboken Vol. 2 No. 333 (citing this edition as the first). The first edition was published in September 1810 by Clementi & Co. in London, shortly followed by the first Breitkopf edition in November. The so-called Harp Quartet was probably first performed at the home of Prince Lobkowitz in Vienna in November 1809. Folio. Sewn. Housed in a modern archival cloth box. Violino Primo: 1f. (title), 3-11, [i] (blank) pp. Violino Secondo: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Viola: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Violoncello: 7, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Publisher's handstamp to lower margin of title.Professional repairs to inner margins of Violin I. Minor performance marks and fingerings in pencil and red crayon. Some soiling and staining. A good copy overall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nytt geografiskt bibliotek för ungdom, eller samling af intressanta resbeskrifningar, till den uppväxande ungdomens nytta och nöje [New geographic library for young people, or collection of interesting travel books, for the benefit and pleasure of the rising generation]. Öfversättning af J. P. Wåhlin. I-VIII.

      1810 - Örebro, N. M. Lindh, 1810-14. 12:o. (4),161 pp. & 1 engraved plate + (4),195 pp. & 1 engraved plate + (6),183 pp. & 1 engraved plate + (4),180 p. & 1 engraved plate + (6),170 pp. & 1 engraved plate + (6,2 blanks),182,(2 blanks) pp. & 1 folded engraved plate + (4),182 p. & 1 engraved plate + (6),58,63-171 p. & 1 engraved plate. Four volumes in near contemporary half calf, spines decorated in gilt and blind, blue sprinkled edges. Spines somewhat faded and with minor spotting. Occasional foxing and spotting. A somewhat unpleasant stain on pp. 21-29 in the first volume. A few tears and paper losses in the margin of the plate in the second volume. Minor paper losses on p. 141 and 167 in the seventh volume. Plate in the eight volume with dampstain. C. L. Fineman's name lettered in gilt at bottom of spine. Klingberg Kronologisk bibliografi över barn- och ungdomslitteratur utgiven i Sverige 1591-1839 1810:5 has not found evidence that Campe has published these travel descriptions in German. Joachim Heinrich Campe (1746-1818) was a German educationalist who published a number of textbooks for children and young people. This work is the follow-up to "Geografiskt bibliotek för ungdom" which was published in sixteen parts in 1804-16. His most widely-read work was "Kleine Kinderbibliothek" and "Robinson der Jüngere" which were translated into most European languages and also into Swedish under the title "Robinson den yngre", which saw its first Swedish edition in 1785. The present collection contains "Costigans resa i Portugal", "Swinburnes resa i Spanien", "Scrofani resa i Grekland", "Thevenots resa till Constantinopel och Townsons resa i Ungern", "Moores resa i Italien", "Resa i England, Skottland och Irland", "Resa i Tyskland och Holland" and "Coxes resa i Polen och Ryssland". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery, Under the Command of Capt. Lewis and Capt. Clarke of the Army of the United States, from the Mouth of the Missouri through the Interior Parts of North America to the Pacific Ocean, During the Years 1804, 1805 and 1806

      Philadelphia: Printed for Matthew Carey, 1810. Second edition. 262pp. Sextodecimo [18 cm] Rebound in 1/2 leather over marbled boards. New endsheets and pastedowns. Tissue repair to frontispiece. Includes all six engravings The Patrick Gass Journal was the first publisged account of the Lewis & Clark expedition, and the 1810 Carey printing, is the first to contain these six illustrations. Wagner/Camp 6:5. Graff 1518. Howes G77. Streeter 3123. Sabin 26741.

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        The Speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine (now Lord Erskine) when at the bar, collected by James Ridgway, five volumes

      James Ridgway, London 1810 - 5 volume set, including 4 volumes from 1810, plus the supplementary 5th volume on 'Miscellaneous Subjects', 1812. Full contemporary calf with gilt embossed seal of Trinity College Library on front and back covers. Prize presentation to Henry Leslie for academic achievement, as stated on label to front pastedown of volume 5. Gilt border ruling to covers, framing blind border tooling. Spines with raised bands and gilt devices within spine panels. All edges marbled. Page mark indigo ribbon present in all volumes. Volume 1 with frontispiece portrait of Lord Erskine. Volume 4 with fold-out plan of court, following contents page. Vol. 1: viii, 393 pp. Vol. 2: 453 pp. Vol. 3: vi, 503 pp Vol. 4: v, 446 pp. Vol. 5: i, 246 pp. plus advertisment. Vol. 5 contains a speech made on behalf of Richard Bingham, Lord Lucan, in an action brought by Bernard Edward Howard, 'for adultery with his wife'. Cover edges rubbed with some bumping. Cover hinges splitting, but holding, though weakest on Vol. 5. Wear and some scuffing to spines. Some toning to prelims on all volumes, with two bumps to text block edge on vol. 5. Else v. clean internally, with tight text blocks. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stonechat Editions]
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        Reisen in Süd-Amerika in den Jahren 1781 bis 1801. Aus dem Spanischen mit Anmerkungen und Leben des Verfasser hrg. von Walkenaer. Nach dem Französischen bearbeitet von W.Lindau. Band 1-3 cpl..

      Hinrichs Leipzig 1810 ( Hier vollständig in 3 Bänden vorliegend - Band 1 sowie Band 2-3 in einem Bande ). Erster Band mit VI, 2 n.n. Blätter ( Karten und Kupfer / Inhaltsverzeichnis ), 144 Seiten. Band 2-3 in einem Bande mit 150 und 125 Seiten. Mit zusammen 1 gestochenen, ausfaltbaren Ansicht von Buenos Ayres, einem gestochenen, ausfaltbaren Plan ( Indianische Ansiedlungen = Plan der Reduction: Atira - Conception - Candelaria ), 5 Tabellen sowie 2 ausfaltbare, teilkolorierte gestochene Karten ( Südamerika und Antillische Inseln / Karte der Provinz Paraguay. Jeweils in neuerem Leinen gebunden, 8° ( 21,5 x 12,5 cm ). Inhalt Band 1: Nachrichten über Azaras Leben und Schriften von E.A. Walckenaer - Einleitung - Klima und Winde - Boden - Hauptflüsse und Häfen - Naturerzeugnisse und Anbau des Landes / Band 2: Von den wilden Indianern - Bemerkungen über die wilden Indianer - Von den Mitteln, welche die Eroberer von Amerika zur Unterwerfung der Indianer brauchten / Band 3: Über die Verfahrensart der Jesuiten bei der Unterwerfung der Indianer und die Art, wie sie dieselben beherrschen - Von den farbigen Menschen - Von den Spaniern - Übersicht aller Städte, Flecken, Dörfer und Kirchspiele im Gouvernement Paraguay - Übersicht aller Städte, Flecken, Dörfer, Ansiedlungen und Kirchspiele im Gouvernement Buenos Ayres - Geschichte der Entdeckung und Eroberung von dem Lande am Plata-Strome und der Provinz Paraguay. Einbände etwas berieben, Ecken und Kanten leicht bestoßen, gering fleckig. Innen Exlibris sowie Besitzstempel und einige handschrifliche Besitzeintragungen auf dem Titelblatt, verso Klebeetikett. Seiten teils gering angerändert, teils etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten mit kleinen Anstreichungen. Die Kupfer ebenfalls etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, 1 Tabelle mit Einriß. Insgesamt aber von recht guter Erhaltung. In diesen 3 Teilen vollständig vorliegend sehr selten. ( Gesamtgewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Südamerika, Amerika, Azara, Buenos Aires, Argentinien, Indianer, Antillen, Paraguay, Walkenaer, Rio de la Plata, Kolonien, Kolonialisierung

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Del Cenacolo di Leonardo da Vinci. Libri Quattro

       Dalla Stamperia Reale, Milano, 1810. 263 S. Büttenpapier mit 1 gestochenen Porträtfrontispiz und 6 Radierungen auf Tafeln, späterer Halbleinen-Einband, folio, (gering fleckig/Stempel auf Titel) - Cicognara 3373 / Die Tafeln nach Zeichnungen von Leonardo da Vinci gestochen von Francesco Rosaspina, Guiseppe Longhi und Guseppe Benoglia - Versand D: 5,90 EUR Kunst und Kunstwissenschaften,Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik

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