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2018-11-19 09:26:02
Thomas Pemberton]
Munroe & Francis, Boston, 1810. Contained in the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society for the year 1793, Vol. II, pages 41-246 complete, VG+ internally with very light age toning throughout; the volume is bound in half leather over marbled boards, spine lacking, both covers detached, complete as issued [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2018-11-16 02:33:11
Wien, Stöckl, (ca. 1810). Nebehay-W. 578, 148. - Schöne Gesamtansicht von Radkersburg entlang der Mur in Richtung Osten. - Links der Mur, die heute die Staatsgrenze zu Slowenien bildet, das Stadtzentrum von Radkersburg, rechts Schloss Oberradkersburg im heutigen Gornja Radgona. - Die Umrissradierungen von Johann Ziegler zählen ohne Zweifel zu den schönsten Ansichten der Zeit. Durch den großen Erfolg wurden die Blätter ständig erweitert und dem veränderten Zeitgeschmack angepasst. - Tadelloses koloriertes und breitrandiges Exemplar mit getuschtem Rand. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - Tel. +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2018-11-16 01:34:41
CHRISTENTUM: EVANGELIUM:
Kupferstich - Radierung a.a. China v. Raphael u. Antonius Morghen n. Raphael Sanctius, um 1810, 80 x 52,4 (H) - Blattgr. 89 x 60 cm Nagler 94 (Artaria Mannheim) - - Die Transfiguration auf dem Tabor nach Raffaels berühmten Bild im Vatikan. Mit Dedication für Herrn Fries. Dominicus Artaria und Imprimé par Ramboz. - Sehr gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-11-15 06:51:44
[Sheet Music Sammelband].
Dublin: P. Alday (Late Rhames's), 16 Exchange Street, (n. d.). Ca early to mid 1810s. 3, [1 (blank)] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning & soiling to paper. About Very Good. Item #38342 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-11-14 03:13:54
ARROWSMITH, Aaron
London,: Published by A. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square, 5th October, 1810. London,: Published by A. Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square,, 5th October, 1810.. and Adjacent Provinces Compiled from Original Documents By A. Arrowsmith 1810 First issue. Large engraved map on four sheets, joined as two, fine original outline hand-colour, inset maps of the ‘Valley of Mexico from Mr Humboldt's Map', and charts of Acapulco Bay, and Veracruz. Rare and important foundation map of Texas and the southwest, the first issue, stating that Arrowsmith is Hydrographer to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, rather than to His Majesty. The map covers the Southwestern United States from the Mississippi River to southern California. It was the first large scale map of the area to record the discoveries of Zebulon Montgomery Pike and Alexander von Humboldt. The map itself was bitterly attacked by Humboldt who accused Arrowsmith - not without some justification - of plagiarism. The work is, however, no mere copy, and is superior to Humboldt's in several areas; most notably the delineation of the Californian coast for which Arrowsmith drew on the surveys made by Captain George Vancouver, and the Hudson Bay Company. Also, the rendering of much of Texas and the environs of the Brazos and Guadalupe rivers are much improved. Martin and Martin add that “by combining the best parts of Humboldt's and Pike's maps and avoiding their errors, and by adding his own new information, Arrowsmith contributed a significantly improved depiction of the region”. The present example depicts the boundary of the Texas-Louisiana border alo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-14 00:23:59
Carey, William
Serampore, 1810. First edition. 8vo, 18 x 12 cm; pp.vii, [1, blank], 652. Contemporary calf over marbled boards; somewhat rubbed. Margins damp-stained, but still crisp. The first Marathi-English dictionary published. Compiled by William Carey, founder of the Baptist Mission at Serampore in Bengal. The majority of entries in the present work consist of single lines, giving it the appearance of a pocket dictionary, despite the ~10,000 words contained. Carey prepared this dictionary primarily for students of the College of Fort William at Calcutta, where he taught, and his compilation owed a great deal, as he acknowledged, to Vaidyanath, the chief Marathi pundit in the College. The dictionary is printed with cursive Modi types cast at Serampore in the preceding few years. His pioneering effort was preceded only by the lexical portion of Robert Drummond's Illustrations of the grammatical parts of the Guzerattee, Mahratta and English languages (Bombay, 1808), but most of the dictionary had been printed before Carey was able to consult a copy of that work. Carey's work would not be superseded until Colonel Vans Kennedy's A dictionary of the Maratha language in two parts was published at Bombay in 1824.
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia) [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-13 20:34:54
WIEN ( Vienna ):
altkol. Kupferstich v. Hieronimus Benedicti n. Maximilian v. Grimm b. Artaria in Wien, dat. 1810, 134 x 136 So nicht bei Dörflinger, Österreichische Karten des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts, vergl. dort S. 297f (1. Ausgabe 1797) und 413 (2. Ausgabe 1816). Der sechsblättrige Wienplan von Maximilian von Grimm (Maßstab etwa 1:4.400) zählt zu den herausragenden kartografischen Erzeugnissen des Verlags Artaria. "Als Grundlage diente das Werk von Joseph Nagel, das Grimm um das eineinhalbfache verkleinerte und auf den neuesten Stand brachte" (Dörflinger S. 297). Von der ersten immer mit 1797 datierten Ausgabe gibt es mindestens noch 2 weitere Auflagen, 1803 (ebenda S. 357 "völlig unverändert") und 1812 (ebenda S. 399). Interessanterweise erschien eine zweite, aktualisierte Auflage schon im Jahre 1810 und weist die bei Dörflinger aufgeführten Veränderungen auf (Wiener-Neustädter-Kanal, den Zeremoniensaal der Hofburg "Ritter-Saal" und die Burgbastei, aber auch zahlreiche weitere Aktualisierungen (wie dem Namenszug von Herzog Albert von Sachsen-Teschen bei seinem Palais an der Augustiner-Bastei, dem Garten des Grafen Erdödi an der Wasserkunstbastei, dem Zuirkus Gymnasikus und weiterer Kaffeehäuser im Prater). In dieser Ausgabe nicht vorhanden ist die Umgebungskarte rechts unten, das Feld des ursprünglichen Straßenregisters ist hier leer. Wie meist in Segmente zerschnitten und auf Leinwand montiert, faltbar eingerichtet. Der wichtigste Plan von Wien um 1800 in einer in der einschlägigen Literatur unbekannten Fassung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-11-12 19:20:44
Bergk, Johann Adam):
Wien [d. i. Leipzig, Rein, 1810]. VI, 88 S. 1 mehrfach gefalt. kolorierte Kupferstichkarte. Erste Ausgabe dieser kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit dem Frieden von Schönbrunn aus dem Jahre 1809, mit dem Abdruck des vollständigen Friedensvertrags. - Holzmann-B. I, 6205. Weller FD, 211. – Der Frieden von Schönbrunn (hier noch als Frieden Wien bezeichnet) wurde am 14. 10. 1809 nach der österreichischen Niederlage von Wagram mit Frankreich geschlossen: Österreich musste die 1805 erfolgte Abtretung von Tirol und Vorarlberg an Bayern bestätigen, Salzburg mit Berchtesgaden, das Innviertel und einen Teil des Hausruckviertels an Bayern, Westkärnten, Krain, Kroatien südlich der Save, Görz, Triest, Fiume und Dalmatien an Frankreich (dieses bildete daraus die "Illyrischen Provinzen"), Ostgalizien an Russland und Westgalizien mit Krakau an das Großherzogtum Warschau (König von Sachsen) abtreten. Als wichtiger Punkt für die steirische Geschichte wurde darin vereinbart den Schloßberg in Graz zu schleifen. Der Autor Johann Adam Bergl (1769 - 1834) war ein deutscher Privatgelehrter, Übersetzer und Philosoph. Zur zeit der napoleonischen Kriege kam er aufgrund seiner franzosenkritschen Einstellung immer wieder in Konflikt mit der Zensur. Den Grund für die Niederlage Österreichs sieht der Autor im veralteten politischen Feudalsystem Österreichs. Den Frieden sieht er durchwegs kritisch und sieht in ihm die Ursache zukünftiger Konflikte und Kriege. Die Karte zeigt Österreich und seine Gebietsverluste. - Die ersten Blätter mit Wasserrand, vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, sonst frisch. Vereinzelt mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
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2018-11-11 23:54:55
Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; J. Harris; J. Cuthell; J. Cundee; W. Faden; J. and A. Arch; Crosby and Co.; J. Richardson; and J.M. Richardson. Condition: Rebacked with later spine and original boards, repaired corners, the boards are rubbed and scuffed, chipped edges and bumped corners, gilt is worn, later end papers but original blanks, some shading to the leaf edges the last plan is the darkest with a small tear to the tail edge, the engravings are delightful, bright and in lovely condition, the book is in very good condition. [4] pages 58 hand coloured maps and 21 plans, engraved by J. Roper from drawings by G. Cole, maps and plans individually dated 1804-1810. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2018-11-11 21:54:56
State Of Maryland. Very uncommon maritime document before the War of 1812, signed by significant men of Baltimore. Not able to locate any documents signed by the Spanish Consul Juan Bautista Bernabeu who was appointed to the post by George Washington. Baltimore 1810. "That a trunk of Morocoo Skins specified in the annexed bill of lading...and that no citizen or subject of the present Belligerent Powers or any person presiding...hath any part share or interest in said shipment" Baltimore September 22, 1810 Maritime document signed and sealed by Wilson Jacobs, Samuel Sterett and docketed by Juan Bautista Bernabeu I, Samuel Sterett notary public by letters patent under the Great Seal of the State of Maryland Duly commissioned and qualified residing in the city of Baltimore in the state aforesaid do hereby certify a test and make known that on the day of the date hereof before me personally appeared: Wilson Jacobs of said city city, master mariner who being by me duly sworn did depose and say that the trunk Morocco skins specified in the annexed bill of lading and by this deponent here shipped in the ship or vessel called the Alexander whereof he the said Wilson Jacobs is Master and destined for Havana, are the actual bona fide property of him this deponent, and have been so as aforsaid shipped for his solo account and risk, and that no citizen or subject of the present belligerent powers or any person presiding with in or inhabiting any of their dominions colonies territories or dependencies have any part share or interest in said shipment directly or indirectly......do furthe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-10 23:32:34
Watts, Isaac. edited by George Burder
London : Printed by and for J. Barfield, 1810-1811. Six volumes complete set bound in 3/4 brown leather over marbled paper-covered boards, "selected from his manuscripts by Dr. Jennings and Dr. Doddridge in 1753. To which are prefixed Memoirs of the life of the author ; compiled by George Burder." Text blocks very clean and unmarked, bindings square and tight, internally nearly Fine condition, pages are much brighter white than shown in the low-light photograph; all covers detached, all spine covers detached and 3 are missing; those spine covers present are dry and rubbed, and probably of little use in rebinding; all covers are present and attractive, with light rubbing to extremities, so are useful for binding restoration. A large heavy set will incur significant additional charge for domestic priority shipping, please NO international orders without pre-approval of cartage charges [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2018-11-10 12:22:14
(AUCTION CATALOGUE: SILVESTRE, Jacques Augustin de)
1 p.l., xvi, 555, 16 pp. schedule of sale, & 16 pp. printed price-list laid-in. 8vo, cont. quarter calf & paste-paper boards (corners slightly worn), red morocco lettering-piece, spine gilt. Paris: Regnault-Delalande, 1810 [sale took place in 1811]. The important sale catalogue of Silvestre (1719-1809), artist, teacher to the princes of France, and art collector. Much of his collection was acquired by the Cabinet impérial. This sizeable catalogue thoroughly describes 1352 lots of paintings, prints, books of prints, and sculpture. The numerous group lots are precisely listed with additional details on state and condition. At the end there is an index of artists, a full list of catalogues issued by Regnault-Delalande since 1785, and the annonce of the sale schedule, all very useful. Finally, laid-in the present copy is the printed price list. Very good copy. ❧ Lugt 7932. N.B.G., Vol. 43, col. 1012.
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2018-11-07 15:39:37
George Miller - 1854
A Trip to Sea from 1810 to 1815 by George Miller - 1854 - Whaling This auction is for:A Trip to Sea from 1810 to 1815 by George Miller. Long Sutton : Printed and Published by John Swain, 1854. Small octavo, original green cloth boards with gilt lettering to upper board (boards a little rubbed), vi, 92 pp, internally sound, the pages with occasional fingermarks and some sparse foxing. This book includes an account of a Whaling voyage out of Sydney. Check out the pictures as they show the state of preservation of the book you will receive. Remember my return policy: If you don't like it, send it back for a full refund! eBay can be lots of fun and I want to help keep it that way! Check out my feedback to feel really comfortable with your bidding. High bidder pays by PayPal. Free Shipping within the United States Thank you for looking and good luck. Check out my other books on Whales and Whaling!
Bookseller: Mad Magazine Store [Palo Alto, California, US]
2018-11-07 07:18:24
Thomas Scott
Nice 6 volume set of books entitled, "The Holy Bible" by Thomas Scott published between 1810 to 1812 for your library or collection. See item description and pics below. * { margin: 0; padding: 0; } img { border: 0px; } #mainpage { margin: 0; } body, th, td, input, textarea { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; color: #4C4C4C; } #contmain { width: 100%; padding-top: 22px; } h1 { font-size: 3em; } h2 { text-transform: uppercase; font-size: 1.1em; font-weight: bold; color: #ccc; } h3 { font-size: 1em; } ul, ol { margin-left: 3em; } a { text-decoration: underline; color: #246030; } a:hover { border: none; text-decoration: none; } h1 a, h2 a, h3 a { border: none; text-decoration: none; color: #246030; } h1 a:hover, h2 a:hover, h3 a:hover { background: none; color: #246030; } #main { width: 778px; border-left: 10px solid #AFB1B6; border-right: 10px solid #AFB1B6; margin: 0 auto; margin-top: 22px; padding-top: 10px; background: #AFB1B6; } /* Header */ #header { width: 778px; margin: 0 auto; height: 268px; } #menu { height: 38px; margin: 0 auto; width: 798px; } #menu ul { margin: 0; padding: 0; padding-left: 40px; list-style: none; line-height: normal; } #menu li { float: left; } #menu a { display: block; float: left; height: 28px; width: 100px; text-decoration: none; font-size: 14px; padding-top: 10px; font-weight: bold; color: #ffffff; text-align: center; } #menu a:hover { color: #ffffff; text-decoration: underline; } /* Logo */ #logo { width: 778px; height: 268px; margin: 0 auto; text-align: justify; color: #ffffff; } #logo h1 { padding-top: 80px; paddi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: TimelessTokensDE [Wilmington, Delaware, US]
2018-11-06 06:58:14
J B B D'Anville; John Horsley
London: J Fauldie, 1810. With 10 fold out maps, collated complete. A scholar of geography, J B B D'Anville was renowned for his gifted cartography skills. His work was meticulous and considered accurate, and he was cautious enough to highlight unknown areas. Here D'Anville produces beautiful and accurate work based on his own original research. He describes the landscape of ancient civilisations including Roman Britain, parts of Greece, and Asia. Translated by John Horsley from the original French, it includes useful additions such as the length of a Roman mile or how long a Jewish risin is. Complete in two volumes. CONDITION In a calf binding rebacked with original tooled calf boards. Externally, smart with light rubbing to spine and edges. Light bumping to extremities. Personal bookplate to front pastedown to both. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally bright and clean with the occasional spot. Small water mark to the rear of each volume. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 06:58:14
Compendium of Ancient Geography
1810. With 10 fold out maps, collated complete. A scholar of geography, J B B D'Anville was renowned for his gifted cartography skills. His work was meticulous and considered accurate, and he was cautious enough to highlight unknown areas. Here D'Anville produces beautiful and accurate work based on his own original research. He describes the landscape of ancient civilisations including Roman Britain, parts of Greece, and Asia. Translated by John Horsley from the original French, it includes useful additions such as the length of a Roman mile or how long a Jewish risin is. Complete in two volumes. CONDITION In a calf binding rebacked with original tooled calf boards. Externally, smart with light rubbing to spine and edges. Light bumping to extremities. Personal bookplate to front pastedown to both. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally bright and clean with the occasional spot. Small water mark to the rear of each volume. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 02:52:04
1810. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I can provide a link to many more photos. Just ask! 1810 Glig Gamens Sports & Pastimes of England Strutt Illustrated Games Hunting Joseph Strutt's 'Sports and Pastimes' is one of the most important works on the history of recreational activities in Great Britain. First published in 1801, this work provides accounts on hunting, hawking, archer, stone throwing, golf, tennis, jousting tournaments, dancing, chess, gambling games, and even minstrel plays. This 1810 edition features incredible engravings taken from ancient paintings including a frontispiece of renaissance chess players. The DNB even notes that Strutt's work "is of exceptional merit and highly esteemed." Item number: #4694 Price: $950 STRUTT, Joseph Glig gamens angel-deod ; or, the sports and pastimes of the people of England : including the rural and domestic recreations, may-games, mummeries, pageants, processions, and pompous spectacles, from the earliest period to the present time ... London : Printed by T. Bensley ... for White and Co. ..., 1810. Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages o [xlix], [7], 357 o Illustrated with 39 leaves of plates · References: Lowndes 2533; · Language: English · Binding: Vellum; tight and secure · Size: ~12.5in X 10in (32cm x 25cm) · Auction and price comparisons at upwards of $2,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 4694. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antique Books (schilb_antique_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-11-05 09:19:32
DICKENS, Charles) (BRAHAM, John)
[c.1810?]. Watercolour on ivory (extreme left edge continued on to card). Head & shoulders, facing forwards, in a handsome oval gilt mount, glazed. Image 11 x 8cm; frame 13.5 x 11cm. An attractive and very well executed head & shoulders portrait of the singer and theatre manager John Braham. The subject gazes confidently directly ahead, his long dark curls parted to one side, with a fur-collared cloak thrown loosely over his shoulders. It is a fine portrait of a youthful Braham, very much in the romantic tradition. Braham, 1774-1856, was one of the leading performers of his day, with an international reputation and a circle of well-connected friends. His life began in humble circumstances: he was born into a poor Jewish family, and after being orphaned at a young age was said to have scratched a living selling pencils on the street. A chance encounter with a musical producer while singing outside London's Great Synagogue steered him towards a singing career, and eventually propelled him to fame and fortune. His connection with Dickens was established early in the writer's career. In January 1836, Dickens penned a positive review of Braham in the Morning Chronicle, ensuring the singer was well disposed towards Dickens's advances when he requested Braham take a part in his light opera The Village Coquettes. Braham, much flattered, accepted the proposal, eventually taking the lead part in the piece, which premiered at the St. James Theatre in December the same year. The opera, with music by John Hullah, was performed to enthusiastic audiences, but failed to impress the critics … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
2018-11-03 16:30:46
Scott
If viewing on a mobile device please view the "Item Description" under "About this Item" to see all images and description Louis88Books. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Title The Lady of the Lake Manuscript Copy. _____ Handwritten Manuscript Copy ~ Not thought to be in Scott's Hand Possibly a Proof Copy _____ Author Walter Scott _____________________ Year of Publication 1810 __________________________ Publisher Hand Written _________________________ For full description see below - after all photographs __________________________________________ Description: Hand written manuscript of the Eighth Edition of "The Lady of the Lake" in beautiful copper plate handwriting. Not thought to be in Scott's hand. Inside the front cover to the paste down is a label stating: "The original covers of this volume carried the inscription: - "From Ellen Parkhurst to Miss Radie, 1817" N.B. The eighth edition of "Lady of the Lake" was published in 1810. [as indeed was the first right through to the eighth - so quite feasible that hand written 'proof' manuscripts were written, unless this is in his hand?]. Pages written in ink with a lined edge to each page. On the page opposite the content is inscribed: "To the Most Noble John James Marquis of Abercorn &c &c &c this Poem is inscribed by the Author". The paper is water marked with Britannia and dated 1805 and 1808 also annotated in pencil to the front paste down. 290 pages of handwritten text. Condition Report Externally Spine - very good condition - gilt titles and raised bands. Joints - very good condition - minor wear. Corne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Louis'88Books [Andover, GB]
2018-10-30 07:17:34
BOCHSA, N. Ch. ; DUSSEK, J. L. ; HUMMEL, J. N. ; BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van ; PLEYEL, Ignace ; ROSSINI ; BEETHOVEN, Louis Van
1810. 1 vol. grand in-4 reliure de l'époque demi-vélin blanc, supra libris au nom de "Malvina Balaresque", s.d. (circa 1805-1825), Deuxième Grand Concerto dit le Militaire, Pour la Harpe avec Accompagnement de Grand Orchestre, Composé et dédié au Duc de Wellington par N. Ch. Bochsa fils et exécuté par l'Auteur à Londres, Veuve Dufaud & Dubois (avec signature manuscrite), avec étiquette rajoutée Augn Filliatre et Neveu, 31 pp. [ Avec : ] Grand Quintetto pour Forté-Piano Avec Violon, Alto et Violoncelle Obligés, Contre-Basse Adlibi Composé par J. L. Dussek Op 41 ou 47 , Chez Sieber Père, Paris (avec signature manuscrite), avec étiquette rajoutée Augn Filliatre et Neveu, 21 pp. [ Avec : ] Grand Trio pour le Piano-Forte, Violon et Violoncelle, Composé par J. N. Hummel, Chez Sieber Père, Paris (avec signature manuscrite), avec étiquette rajoutée Augn Filliatre et Neveu, 21 pp. [ Avec : ] Trois Trios pour le Piano-Forte, Violon et Violncelle Composés et dédiés A S. A. Mgr Le Prince Charles Lichnowsky par L. Van Beethoven Oeuvre 1 N°1, Chez Sieber Père, Paris (avec signature manuscrite), avec étiquette rajoutée Augn Filliatre et Neveu, 17 pp.[ Avec : ] Grand Trio pour Piano Forte, Clarinette ou Violon et Violoncelle par L. Van Beethoven Op. 11, Chez Pleyel Père et Fils, Paris, 19 pp. [ Avec : ] Sonate pour Forte-Piano avec un Cor ou Violoncelle Composée ou dédiée A Madame la Baronne de Braun par Louis van Beethoven Op. 17 et dédiés A S. A. Mgr Le Prince Charles Lichnowsky par L. Van Beethoven Oeuvre 1 N°1, Chez Sieber Père, Paris (avec signature manuscrite), avec étiquette rajouté … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [Villenave d'Ornon, France]
2018-10-28 08:45:55
F Cuming
Pittsburgh: printed and published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, 1810. First edition, 12mo, pp. viii, [9]-504; later half calf, red and black morocco labels on spine; joints rubbed, the whole slightly scuffed, all else very good. Newberry Library bookplate marked withdrawn; no other markings. "One of the best early accounts of the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys" (Clark). "Excellent and extensive observations on pioneer conditions throughout the Ohio and lower Mississippi valleys" (Howes). "Accurate and detailed description of social and economic conditions along the frontier" (Streeter). Clark, Old South, II, 13; Graff 944; Howes C947; Sabin 17890; Streeter Sale III, 1325. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-27 06:44:51
William Paley
John West and Co, Boston, 1810. SIGNED in period ink on the front endpaper by James Graham, as a student at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in 1813 (more below). Sixth American edition from the Twelth English edition. First published in 1785. The Existence of God. Paley's lectures was gathered and expanded for this work. It was very popular and went through some fifteen editions during the author's life. The pigeon illustration which appeared in the English editions of the chapter on property and gained him the nickname "Pigeon Paley" does not appear in the American editions. This was a standard text on ethics both here and in England and generally referred to as Paley's practical explanation and proof of the existence of God. Paley's text was replaced with the advent of the Scottish philosophers and the publication of Francis Wayland's "The Elements of Moral Science" in 1835. Among the other subjects covered are property, crime and punishment, constitutional theory, economic policy, contract and domestic law. PMM 245, Goldsmith's Library 12824 and Einaudi 4262 for the edition of 1785 American tree calf. I've done my best to describe the book, but if you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail.Graham, James by Daniel M. McFarland, 19867 Jan. 1793-25 Sept. 1851 A photograph of a portrait of James Graham. Image from the Internet Archive.James Graham, congressman, lawyer, and planter, was born in Lincoln County, the fourth child and second son of Joseph (1759-1836) and Isabella Davidson Graham. His paternal grandfather, for whom he … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-10-26 07:54:58
Alexander Hamilton
New York: Williams & Whiting, 1810. Condition: Very Good binding. Volume III only of the First Edition of The Works of Alexander Hamilton, including official reports, The Federalist, and Pacificus. Sabin notes that "some of the contents of these volumes are not included in the new edition of Hamilton's Works" published forty years later. Portrait frontispiece. Additional title page, noting that this is Volume II of two volumes of The Federalist, "to which is added Pacificus." Foxing and toning; previous owner's name and bookplate on the front endpapers. Beginning of separation to the front joint, but holding well. Mottled calf, with chipped leather label and double rules in gilt. (Sabin 29987. Shaw and Shoemaker 20274).
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2018-10-26 07:26:33
RUNK, FRIEDRICH FERDINAND
VIEW OF LONDON WITH BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE "Vue de la Ville de Londres"? Magnificent aquatint engraving by Joseph Sch?tz 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: Euro8.000,-.
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Netherlands]
2018-10-25 18:54:01
DU BOIS-AYME (Aimé)
s.l., 1810. In-8, rel. de l'époque demi-basane marron à coins, dos lisse, orné de fleurons dorés, tranches mouchetées de noir, 126pp. EDITION ORIGINALE. Coins légèrement émoussés, tâche brune sur qq ff. centraux, rares rousseurs, bonne condition. Rare Edition Originale de cet ouvrage sur les peuples nomades bédouins. DUBOIS-AYMÉ Ingénieur ayant accompagné l’expédition de Bonaparte en Égypte. "Son « Mémoire sur les tribus arabes » constitue le texte le plus important de la Description de l’Égypte concernant les Bédouins. Le début de ce mémoire laisse croire à une hostilité de l'auteur à l'égard de ceux-ci, attitude qu'on peut interpréter comme une concession rhétorique à Jomard, secrétaire général de la Commission d'Égypte, et selon lequel les nomades représentent un danger perpétuel pour la population sédentaire : « On les voit rôder autour de l’Égypte, comme des animaux affamés autour d'une riche proie. » En fait, toute la suite de ce texte témoigne au contraire de la séduction qu'exerce sur Du Bois-Aymé le mode de vie des nomades arabes. Cette fascination transparaît notamment dans un certain nombre d'observations dispersées mais cohérentes, et qui tendent à illustrer les valeurs fondamentales des Lumières. Il y a d'abord le sentiment qu’ont les Bédouins de « leur liberté », qui les conduit à regarder « avec mépris les nations d'esclaves dont ils sont entourés ». Cette insistance sur le goût de l'indépendance des Arabes nomades apparaît, dès la seconde moitié du xviiie siècle, dans le contexte de la critique du « despotisme ottoman ». Les Bédouins sont ainsi, pour Savary, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl. [TROYES, France]
2018-10-24 08:15:38
1810. [Belgium- environs of Brussels]. Includes city plans of Mons, Waterloo, Namur, Malines, Anvers (Antwerp), Gand (Ghent), Alost, Enghien, and many smaller towns and villages between them. Includes 9 large engraved folded strip road maps. Some maps age soiled, first map with 3 1/2" closed edge tear, old damp stains, signs of useage. Rare early 19th century atlas. Book measures: 13 1/4" H X 13 3/4" W. [V217]. A short presentation video of this item may be viewed by searching the listing title.
Bookseller: Fine Old Books [Dover, New Hampshire, US]
2018-10-23 17:09:09
E. Sibly
London: Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Champante and Whitrow sellers. Printed by Hamblin and Seyfang. A nice addition to your library! ask any questions. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: skunkskull [Portland, Oregon, US]
2018-10-23 09:08:49
E. Sibly
London: Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Champante and Whitrow sellers. Printed by Hamblin and Seyfang. A nice addition to your library! ask any questions. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: skunkskull [Portland, Oregon, US]
2018-10-20 14:38:42
RIBEIRO. (João Pedro)
SOBRE A HISTORIA E JURISPRUDENCIA ECCLESIATICA E CIVIL DE PORTUGAL PUBLICADAS POR ORDEM DA ACADEMIA DAS SCIENCIAS DE LISBOA PELO SEU SOCIO JOÃO PEDRO RIBEIRO. TOMO I. [A TOMO V] LISBOA. NA TYPOGRAFIA DA MESMA ACADEMIA. ANNO 1810.[1811, 1813, 1813, 1819, 1829 e 1836. Com licença de S. ALTEZA REAL. In 4º 5 Tomos (com o III e IV dividios em duas partes). De 21,2x15,7 cm. com [viii], 404, [ii] + [ii], iv, 292, [ii] + [ii], 220, [iv] 234, [vi] + [x], 226, [x], viii, x, 246, [vi] + iv, 405, [ix] págs. Encadernações inteiras de pele com rótulos negros nas lombadas e nas inferiores e decorações de fantasia tudo gravado a ouro. Folhas de guarda em belo papel marmoreado da época. Ilustrado no texto e em extratexto, com tabelas, calendários e exemplos das maneiras de escrever as datas nos documentos antigos. Impresso com muita nitidez sobre papel de excelente qualidade, que tem tom azul nos 3 primeiros tomos. O primeiro volume nas páginas preliminares sem numeração contém um extracto das actas da Academia das Ciências de Lisboa, de 8 de Junho de 1810, determinando que as Dissertações Chronologicas sejam impressas a expensas da Academia, na primeira parte do tomo IV está documento com igual determinação de 4 de Fevereiro de 1819 e no V tomo outro de 6 de Agosto de 1836. Na primeira parte do IV tomo as páginas preliminares contêm Privilégio de D. Maria I. As páginas preliminares e finais de cada volume incluem índices, erratas e catálogos de publicações da Academia. Valiosa 1ª edição de um conjunto de 22 estudos, acompanhados de numerosos apêndices e aditamentos, que se distinguem pelo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-10-20 14:35:59
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus:
Breitkopf und Härtel, Leipzig (1810). gestochenes Titelblatt (engraved title), I-VIII (Libretto in Deutsch), 3-269 S./pp. (Partitur / full score), Bibliotheksexemplar mit Rückenschild und Stempeln (entwidmet) auf Rückseite des Titelblatts, Einband stärker beschabt und bestoßen, Papier gebräunt und teils braun-/stockfleckig, Seiten am oberen Rand teils knapp beschnitten (kein Notenverlust, es fehlt teils die Paginierung), ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, ein separates Titelblatt für den 2. Akt ist nicht vorhanden, Text in Italienisch und Deutsch / ex-library copy with label on spine and stamps, binding rubbed and bumped, paper browned and partially foxed, some pages trimmed barely at the upper margin (no loss of notes, but some loss of page number), else good, without Act II title, text in Italian and German, (RISM A/I: M 4693 / KV 588), Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Folio (ca. 26 x 35 cm), marmorierter Halbleinen-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rücken- und Deckeltitel / contemporary hardcocer with marbeled covers and handwritten title, Partitur - Erstdruck / First Edition of the full score. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat An der Vikarie [Grafschaft-Leimersdorf, Germany]
2018-10-20 01:37:58
Pike, Zebulon M.
Published by C. & A. Conrad, & Co., Philadelphia, 1810. [8],105,[11],[107]- 277,[3],65,[1],53,[1],87pp. plus six maps (five folding) and three folding charts. Frontispiece portrait. 19th-century three- quarter brown morocco and marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine. Slight shelf wear. Offsetting on titlepage as usual. Minor toning and foxing. Contemporary armorial bookplate on front pastedown. Overall very good. The report of the first United States government expedition to the Southwest, and one of the most important of all American travel narratives, including an account of Pike's travels to explore the headwaters of the Arkansas and Red rivers, his earlier journey to explore the sources of the Mississippi River, and his visit to the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. Pike's narrative stands with those of Lewis and Clark, and Long, as the most important of early books on western exploration and as a cornerstone of Western Americana. The maps were the first to exhibit a geographic knowledge of the Southwest based on firsthand exploration and are considered "milestones in the mapping of the American West" (Wheat). "The description of Texas is excellent" - Streeter TEXAS. The Pike expedition probed at the Spanish borderlands, which Jefferson believed were ripe for collapse. Ultimately his expedition was captured by a Spanish military force and expelled from New Spain. HOWES P373, "b." WAGNER-CAMP 9:1. STREETER SALE 3125. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 297, 298, 299. GRAFF 3290. FIELD 1217. STREETER TEXAS 1047C. HILL 1357. BRADFORD 4415. RITTENHOUSE 467. SABIN 62936. JONES 743. BRAISLI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-10-20 01:37:58
Pike, Zebulon M
Philadelphia: C. & A. Conrad, & Co. Somerville & Conrad, Petersburgh. Bonsal, Conrad & Co. Norfolk, and Fielding Lucas, Jr. Ba, 1810. Philadelphia: C. & A. Conrad, & Co. Somerville & Conrad, Petersburgh. Bonsal, Conrad & Co. Norfolk, and Fielding Lucas, Jr. Baltimore, 1810. First edition, 8vo, pp. 5, [3], 105, [10], 41-65, [1], 53, [1], [107]-277, [5], 40, 87, [1]; the appendicies for parts 1 and 2 are bound out of order, but the book is complete; engraved frontispiece portrait, 6 maps (5 folding), 3 folding tables; contemporary half calf, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-paneled spine; joints cracked, moderate wear at the extremities; all else good and sound, the maps generally in a nice state of preservation. With an 1892 ownership signature of Louis G. Carpenter at the top of the title page. Carpenter (1861-1935) was a college Professor and later the Dean of Engineering & Physics at Colorado State University (formerly known as the Colorado Agricultural College). He was also a mathematician and an irrigation and consulting engineer. (See Wikipedia for an account of his life). Pike's personal journal of the earliest U.S. government expedition to the southwest. Even before Lewis and Clark had returned in 1806, Lieutenant Zebulon Pike was sent to explore the southern reaches of the Louisiana Territory. Pike traveled to Colorado and down the Front Range looking for the Red River. His party failed to find it and instead wandered into New Mexico where the Spanish caught him and escorted him home. His expedition returned with valuable information about the northern provinces of c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2018-10-19 22:46:51
Voltaire
Wien (Vienna): 1810. The covers vary from Good- to Very Good but most are Good or better with some soiling, shelfwear and some wear at corners and spine ends. Some covers have stains; one volume has a patch-repaired section of the spine; one volume has small missing piece at the center of the spine and several have small chips at the spine ends. Two volumes are lacking the spne label. The Contents are all complete and intact with generally moderate foxing or age toning of text pages, but a few volumes have occasional stains of the text. The bindings are all tight. Voltaire Oeuvres choisies / vorzüglichste Schriften. French & German 37V. 1810 Oeuvres choisies de Voltaire Voltaire's vorzüglichste Schriften Verlag Schrämbl / Schraembl, Wien. First edition, thus. Volume 1-31: 1810; Volumes 32-39: 1811. Hardcovers, paper covered boards. black spine labels with gilt lettering; 16mos. (6 inches x 3.75 inches), frontispiece engraving in each volume, about 200 pages in each volume. In French and German (fraktur). A bilingual edition with French and German on opposing pages. The very scarce almost complete set was published by Schrämbl in Vienna in 1810 -1811. In Fromm VI, 26872 the edition is cited as having 36 volumes with 1200 sets printed. Our set comprises 37 of 39 volumes, with Volumes 35 (Theatre 4) and 38 (Theatre 7) missing. The final volume (V.39) is Voltaire?s biography. CONTENTS V1. Zadig V2. Le Monde Comme Il Va V3-4. Candide V5-6. L?Ingenue V7. L?Homme aux Quarante Ecus V8-9. La Princesse de Babylone V10-13. La Henriade V14-17. Histoire de Charles XII V18-23. Histoire d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tadmor Fine Books (henryt) [NJ, US]
2018-10-18 21:03:18
Various
London: George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1810. Forty-three volumes bound in half-leather with marbled paper-covered boards. Twenty-eight volumes bound in quarter-leather with vellum-covered boards. All with spine labels and gilt lettering. With Shaw & Sons Law Stationers' label to the front pastedown of several Victoria-era volumes. With J. Goodwyn's book binders label on the front pastedown of a few volumes. CONDITION In uniform half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally smart with slightly strained inner hinges, which are still good and firm. There is only some mild wear to the extremities, with just some mild bumping and rubbing, with discolouration and marks to the boards. There is significant rubbing to the boards of several volumes, with loss to the paper coverings, and repairs to the paper-covered boards of a few volumes. The paper coverings have been removed from the boards of "16 & 17 Vict.". Scoring to the front board of "2 & 3 Gull. 4 [William IV]". There is lifting and occasional ink marks to the vellum-covered boards of several volumes, including copperplate signatures to the rear board of "5 Geo. 4". There are closed tears to the lifted vellum on the front board of "6 Geo. 4" and sections of wear to the vellum on the front board of "60 Geo. 3 & 1 Geo. 4". Internally the pages have scattered foxing, prominent to the first and last few pages, significant in several volumes. There is slight browning to the page edges. The title page is missing from "21 & 22 Vict.", there is a repaired closed tear to the half-title of "26 & 27 Vict.", and very occasional cl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-17 08:19:14
BYNKERSHOEK, Cornelius Van ; ( DU PONCEAU, Peter Stephen )
Farrand & Nicholas, 1810. Translated from the original Latin of Cornelius Van Bynkershoek, 1 vol. 8vo, original full leather binding, Published by Farrand & Nicholas, Philadelphia, also by Farrand, Mallory & co, Boston, P. H. Nicklin & Co, Baltimore, D. Farrand & Green, Albany; Lyman, Mallory & Co, Portland, and Swift & Chipman, Middlebury, Fry and Kammerer, Printers, 1810, 1 f. blanc, 1 f. n. ch., xxxiv-218 pp. , pp. 249-251 (Index from another book) et 1 f. blanc Very good copy in its contemporary binding (slighlty rubbed, foxing) coming from Caesar Augusts Rodney' library (contemporary signature of C.A. Rodney on title page, and 4 autograph lines written by "C.A.Rodney A.G." to "William Lee"). Caesar Augustus Rodney (1772 – 1824) was an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, Delaware.Member of the Democratic-Republican Party, he served in the Delaware General Assembly, as well as a U.S. Representative and Senator, and became U.S. Attorney General (A.G.) on January 20, 1807, named by President Thomas Jefferson. Unhappy about being passed over for a U.S. Supreme Court appointment, he resigned on December 1811. During the War of 1812, he was captain of a rifle corps which became the Delaware 1st Artillery then served at Fort Union in Wilmington, on the Canadian frontier, and assisted in the defense of Baltimore in 1814. He was the nephew of Caesar Rodney who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. This title, translated by Du Ponceau (1760-1844), is important for its insights into the American reception of the civil law in the early 1800s. Langue: Anglais … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2018-10-16 14:55:28
STOCKDALE, J[ohn] J[oseph]
London: Printed for J.J. Stockdale, 1810. Large Quarto, 492pp., Modern quarter red morocco and marbled boards, elaborately gilt-decorated spine. Rebound to period-style. FIRST EDITION of J.J. Stockdale’s influential (and vehemently anti-Catholic) account of the Inquisition, with 12 engraved plates depicting its locations, activities and standards. Lightly toned internally. A FINE COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eversuch Rare Books [Glendale, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-10-16 08:01:25
Lumsden, Matthew
Calcutta printed by T. Watley at the Honorable Company's Press, 1810. First edition. Two volumes, folio (31.5 x 20 cm), pp.xxxiii, [1, blank], [2, contents], 458; [iv], 582, [1], [1, blank]; with Arabic and Persian text printed in naskh and nasta'liq. A very good set bound in late 19th-century quarter vellum over marbled boards, manuscript titles to spines. Initial and final leaves browned in each volume, and one damp stain to gutter and upper margin of second volume, otherwise clean and crisp. Pencil ownership inscription of John T. Platts (1830-1904) to title of first volume, with his extensive critical annotations in pencil and crayon to both volumes. Lumsden's monumental Persian grammar, the largest English grammar of Persian published, never reprinted, provides a comprehensive description of Persian, and delineates the close relationship between Arabic and Persian in a cultured, literate Islamic milieu, and the fluid, fluent use to which both languages were put. The author sought to describe Persian as actually written and spoken and makes his case for the necessity of studying Persian and Arabic in tandem with abundant references to classical Persian authors, such as Hafiz, Nizami, and Jami, even providing an example of Jami's prose, with Arabic sections printed in naskh and Persian in nasta'liq. He worked closely with the Indian faculty of the College of Fort William in the compilation of his grammar, particularly the principal Arabic teacher, a former student of the renowned Tufazzal Hussain Khan, who is repeatedly acknowledged in the text. This grammar was intended … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB [Rye, East Sussex, United Kingdom]
2018-10-13 02:16:41
Pike, Zebulon Montgomery
Very Good. First Edition. Philadelphia, Published by C. & A. Conrad & Co. No. 30 Chesnut Street; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburgh; Bonsal, Conrad & Co. , Norfolk; and Fielding Lucas, Jr. Baltimore. John Binns, Printer…1810. Includes six maps (five folding, one of these on two joined sheets) , three folding charts, and frontispiece portrait as called for. Paginated 5, [3], 105, [11], [107]-277, [5]; 65, [1], 53, [1], 87pp. Ex-Libris of James Wickersham with his Alaska bookplate on front pastedown; collated by Charles Eberstadt with "collated OK CE" in pencil on front pastedown. Nineteenth-century half leather and marbled boards with raised bands and title gilt on spine. Boards have light shelf wear; text block has minor offsetting, light toning and foxing throughout; one chart has a 3" tear, affecting content. All maps are located at rear of the volume, and all have minor offsetting and light toning. "The First Part of Cap'n Pike's Chart" has a 2" tear where bound in, affecting content; "A Chart of the Internal Part of Louisiana" has a 1" tear near left edge, affecting content; "A Map of the Internal Provinces of New Spain" has two ¼" tears in margins, not affecting content; "A Sketch of the Vice Royalty" has only minor offsetting; "Map of the Mississippi River from its Source to the Mouth of the Missouri" has moderate chipping and creasing, affecting content near right edge, and 1/8" hole near bottom left corner; "Falls of St. Anthony" has light toning and offsetting. Wheat calls these maps, "the first to exhibit a geographic knowledge of the Sout … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA [US]
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2018-10-12 13:33:16
6 kolorierte Kupferstiche von Simon Warnberger, um 1810, je ca. 5,5 x 8,5 cm. Slg. Proebst 1177-1184; nicht bei Nagler, Maillinger, Pfister und Lentner. - Die Ansichten zeigen: "Partie im Englischen Garten mit Blick auf die alte Schwabinger Ursulakirche" (Proebst 1177); "Blick auf den chinesischen Turm, links das Gasthaus" (Proebst 1179); "Partie im Englischen Garten mit Blick zum chinesischen Turm, rechts Teil des Rumfordsaales" (Proebst 1180); "Ansicht mit der Bogenbrücke" (Proebst 1184); "Partie im Englischen Garten mit dem dorischen Tempel" (nicht bei Proebst); "Ansicht des chinesischen Turms" (nicht bei Proebst). - Die sechs Ansichten sind in zwei Reihen montiert und gerahmt. Sehr dekorative Folge. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern
Bookseller: Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2018-10-12 01:41:55
[Sheet Music Sammelband]. [Arne, Thomas, et al - Composer of
London: George Shade, East Side of Soho Square, (n. d.). Ca mid 1810s. 3, [1 (blank)] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Paper darkened. Old stain to top portion of the two leaves. Short vertical tear to bottom edge of first leaf. Good [or better] copy. Item #38339 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 01:41:55
[Sheet Music Sammelband]. Scott, Sir Walter - Lyrics [1771 -
London: Published for the Author by Messrs. Phipps & Co. at their Music Warerooms, No. 25 Dulce Street Grosvenor Square, (n. d.). Ca mid 1810s. [2], 5, [1 (blank)] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning to paper. Faint old semi-circular stain at top of first leaf. Old paper repairs to verso fore-edge of all leaves. About VG. Item #38340 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 01:41:55
[Sheet Music Sammelband]. Hook, Mr. [James. 1746 - 1827].
[London]: (n. d.). Ca mid 1810s. [4] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning to paper. Very Good. Item #38341 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 01:41:55
[Sheet Music Sammelband].
Dublin: P. Alday (Late Rhames's), 16 Exchange Street, (n. d.). Ca early to mid 1810s. 3, [1 (blank)] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning & soiling to paper. About Very Good. Item #38342 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 01:41:55
[Sheet Music Sammelband]. Panormo, Francis [1764 - 1844].
London: Published by the Author at L. Panormo's, 26 High Street, Bloomsbury, (n. d.). "Eighth Edition", ca mid 1810s. 3, [1 (blank)] pp. Lithographic image of a bird to first leaf. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning to paper. Very Good. Item #38336 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 01:41:54
[Sheet Music Sammelband]. Mozart, [Wolfgang Amadeus]. [1756 -
London: Chappell & Co, Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124 New Bond Street, (n. d.). Ca mid-1810s. 7, [1 (blank)] pp. 12-3/4" x 9-1/4". Half-bound brown leather spine with marbled paper-covered boards. Gilt lyres stamped five times between gilt rules to spine. Rubbing and wear to boards and edges, one gutter break towards rear neatly and professionally repaired. A Good - VG item overall. Age-toning to paper. "Miss Pearce" signature to top of title page. Seal remnants next to signature. Shop stamp at base of t.p. Very Good. Item #38327 This title bound with 40 other pieces of early 19th-century juvenile / intermediate player sheet music: Tavistock Books' Inventory ID Nos. 38309 - 38350. The handwritten Contents pg lists 43 titles; however, as Cooke's "Lord Hardwicke's March" and "Lady Hardwicke's Waltz" share a title pg, as do "Paine of Almacks Quadrille" and "Prince Frederick of Prussias Waltz", we have combined those titles into one record each (ID Nos. 38334 and 38318, respectively). Volume as a whole includes arrangements circa 1800 - 1830 of well-known pieces such as Mozart's "Masquerade Minuet" (Don Giovanni), C. E. Horn's version of "Cherry Ripe", J. B. Cramer's arrangement of "Rousseau's Dream", and "Serenaders Quadrilles" (selections from Weber's Der Freyschutz) arranged by G. A. Hodson. Illustrations include some lithographic images to sheet music title pages, & some engraved designs to title leaves. Price is for entire volume containing all 41 pieces.
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-12 00:05:07
E. Sibly
London: Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Very nice condition-the only issue is a slight weakness and small tear at the spine of the front cover. Some browning due to age as well. 1810 edition with very nice copper plates. This also has Culpeper's British Herbal attached in the back of the book. Champante and Whitrow sellers. Printed by Hamblin and Seyfang. A nice addition to your library! ask any questions. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: skunkskull [Portland, Oregon, US]
2018-10-11 19:38:27
[Bible; Le Maistre de Sacy, Isaac Louis]
Boston: De l'imprimerie de J. T. Buckingham, 1810. First American edition. Hardcover. Good + condition. Two volumes bound in one, of the first American edition of a complete translation of the New Testament into French. This is the translation of Louis Isaac Lemaistre de Sacy, French priest best known for his 1667 to 1696 translation of the Bible, the most widespread French Bible in the 18th century, known as the Bible de Port Royal. 8vo. Vol I: vii, 403pp; Vol II: 5- 326pp, [1]p errata. Full brown gilt calf, gilt decorations at spine; title panel rubbed. Spine chipped at ends, boards rubbed. Internally, text slightly toned, scattered fox spotting. Period signature at front end paper, Charles Drake. OCLC: 50011302.
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2018-10-11 11:50:08
SADE Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de
s.l: S.n. La fete de l'amitie. The complete, unique autograph manuscript.The complete original manuscript of the last play by the Marquis de Sade, ruled in red throughout, comprising 78 leaves of 12 lines written recto and verso. This manuscript, like the other extant items from the Marquis, was dictated to a scribe and corrected by Sade himself. Two pages at the beginning of the notebook were excised before the text was written.Contemporary pink paper wrappers, a few lacks to head and foot of spine. Ink title to upper cover "5/ La Fete de l'amitie" including a prologue and a vaudeville sketch entitled Hommage à la reconnaissance, these forming two acts of mixed prose, verse, and vaudeville. This title is incorrect, as shown by the first page, on which the following title appears: "La Fete de l'amitie. Prologue. Encadrant l'Hommage à la reconnaissance. Vaudeville en un acte." Manuscript note by the Marquis to verso of upper cover, indicating the position he intended this work to occupy within his oeuvre.Several manuscript corrections, annotations and deletions in Sade's hand, including a quote from his own work as prelude to the vaudeville: "On est des dieux l'image la belle quand on travaille au bonheur des humains. Hommage à la reconnaissance. [We are in the finest image of the gods when we work for the good of humanity. Homage to recognition.]""This piece, written by the Marquis in honor of the director of the Charenton Asylum, M. de Coumier, was played in the Charenton theatre between 1810 and 1812, approximately a year before the total ban on the plays there was introd … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2018-10-11 03:16:17
Zebulon Montgomery Pike
Printed by John Binns, published by C. & A. Conrad, & Co. of Philadelphia, Somervell & Conrad of Petersborough. Bonsal, Conrad, & Co. of Norfolk, and Fielding Lucas Jr. of Baltimore, Philadelphia, 1810. FIRST EDITION. 277, [4], 65, 53, 87 pp. All six maps are missing. The frontis portrait of Pike is missing. Boards professionally reattached. Covers have wear to the outer corners and spine ends and some small scrapes to the edges. Slightly foxed. Bookplate removed from the front endpaper. ; ".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." Full leather covers. Three folding charts are present. One of the most important of all American travel narratives: the first edition of the report of the first United States government expedition to the Southwest, including an account of Pike's exploration of the headwaters of the Arkansas and Red rivers, the sources of the Mississippi River, and the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. Pike's narrative stands with those of Lewis and Clark, and Long, as the most important of early books on western exploration and as a cornerstone of Western Americana. "In 1805, Pike was given the difficult assignment of conducting a reconnaissance of the upper Mississippi region. He was ordered to explore the headwaters of that river, to purchase sites from the Indians for further military posts, and to bring a few influential chiefs back to St. Louis for talks. The trip was only moderately successful as a mission to the tribes, but Pike was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-10-11 03:11:20
F Cuming
Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1810. Condition: Very Good. First edition. 8vo, contemporary dark brown calf, 504 pp, engraved plate of Schuykill Permanent Bridge bound in facing first page of text. About very good, some rubbing and darkening to leather, solidly bound, text with tanning, foxing, minor occasional damp stains. Ownership signature of John Sutton and his notations about where he bought it in Washington County in 1811. Hows C947. One of the great books to come out of Pittsburgh on the Ohio Valley area and beyond. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
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