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         A TREATISE ON AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS Two volume set

      Edinburgh: Oliphant, Waugh, and Innes, 1811. Book. Very good+ condition. Hardcover. First Edition. Octavo (8vo). Two volumes. Full polished calf binding, with gilt ruling and lettering on spine and spine labels; minor rubbing to the extremities, and several minor scuffs; hinges are tight, but somewhat worn. Volume I: 475 pages. Contains a presentation inscription from John Hume to Thomas Henderson, the Scottish astronomer (1798-1844). Volume II: 459 pages including an index. Also, six engraved plates showing various examples of farm machinery at rear of text. Scatterred foxing on the plates. Both volumes also have previous owner's name neatly on endpaper "Edward Morton 1842.".

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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         POEMS

      London: For J. Johnson and Co. 1811. Octavo. Volume I only, depicting a fore-edge painting of a view of Hampstead from a footway near the great road-pond street. 438pp., bound in full red straight grained morocco decoratively framed in gilt with corner flourishes in blind, decorative gilt turn ins, spine and all edges gilt. A bit of sunning to spine otherwise a very nice copy.

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         La Divina Commedia, di /. Edizione formata sopra quella di Comino del 1727

      Vitarelli, Venezia 1811 - 12 cm. Holandesa piel época. Tejuelo. Retrato del autor y 3 láminas plegadas (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso), firmados por Gio. Ant. Zuliani. Incluye la Vita di Danti, de Lionardo Aretino. VII-XXVII-613 En italiano. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Hofkirche zum heil. Michael in München". Neuhauser Straße mit der Michaelskirche u. Blick zum Karlstor, vor der Kirche reiche Personenstaffage, Reiter und Heuwagen.

      Radierung, 1811, 32,5 x 23,5 cm. Maillinger I, 1768 Lentner 1178 Slg. Proebst 1023 Trost R45. - Schönes Exemplar aus der gesuchten Folge der 10 Münchner Radierungen. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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         MÜNCHEN. - Peterskirche., "Pfarrkirche zum heil. Peter in München, erbaut 1327, der Thurm 1607". Ansicht der Peterskirche mit dem Nordende des Rindermarktes.

      Radierung von Dom. Quaglio, 1811, 36 x 24 cm. Trost R47m Maillinger I,1768 Pfister II,120 Slg.Proebst 447 Lentner 1703. - Das seltene, stimmungsvolle Blatt im Abzug nach der Plattenverrostung. Mit winzigen Fehlstellen unten sowie der neu eingesetzten Adresse Zellers. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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         Werke. (Hrsg. L. Tieck, Fr. Blatt, Le Pique). 3 Bände. 2 Bl., 374 S., 1 Bl.; 3 Bl., 410 S., 1 Bl.; 1 Bl., 420 S., 1 Bl. Elegante englische Kalblederbde d. Z. (leichte Bereibungen) mit schwarzem Rückenschild sowie reicher Blindprägung, Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung. Stehkantenvergoldung. Marmorpapiervorsätze.

      Heidelberg, Mohr und Zimmer, 1811. - Seltene erste Gesamtausgabe des Malerdichters. Müller (1749-1825) war einer der Hauptvertreter des Sturm und Drang. Enthält 'Adams erstes Erwachen', 'Satyr Mopsus', 'Die Schaaf-Schur', 'Balladen', 'Situation aus Fausts Leben', 'Fausts Leben dramatisirt', 'Niobe', 'Pfalzgräfin Genovefa', 'Golo und Genovefa' sowie Gedichte, davon einige im Erstdruck. "Tiecks Name bleibt bis heute mit den Erstausgaben von Novalis, Maler Müller, Kleist und Lenz engstens verbunden und nimmt in der Rezeptionsgeschichte dieser Dichter eine besondere Stellung ein . Es ist sicher richtig, Tiecks uneigennütziges Bemühen um das Andenken dieser Dichter als eine seiner dauerndsten Leistungen anzusehen; andere, weniger selbstlose Gründe haben ihn möglicherweise auch zu diesen Unternehmungen veranlaßt: Alle vier Dichter nahmen gewissermaßen eine Gegenposition zum späten Goethe ein . und . Müllers Werke zeugten davon, wie weit Goethe von seinen Sturm- und Drang-Anfängen abgewichen war. Schließlich lassen sich Verbindungen herstellen zwischen allen vier Dichtern und Tiecks eignem literarischen Bestreben: . Müller als der lebensnah-sinnenfrohe Idylliker . Zu einer direkten Konfrontation hat es Tieck nicht kommen lassen – teils aus taktischen Gründen, teils aus Achtung für Goethe. Für die Maler Müller-Ausgabe verfaßte er keine Vorrede und hat dadurch keinerlei Anlaß für unliebsame Erinnerungen von seiten Goethes gegeben" (Paulin, Metzler, 106 ff). – Mit den bei Schulte-Str. genannten Kartonblättern in den ersten beiden Bänden. Makelloses, sauberes Exemplar in der Vorzugsausgabe auf festem Velinpapier, die bibliographisch nirgends vermerkt ist. – Goed. IV 1, 900, 19a; Schulte-Str. 235, 10a. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Alt-Englisches Theater. Oder Supplemente zum Shakspear (sic!). Übersezt und hrsg. von Ludwig Tieck. 2 Bände in 1. 1 Bl., XXIII S., 1 Bl., 371 S.; XIV, 348 S. Guter Halblederbd d. Z. mit Rückenvergoldung und rotem Rückenschild.

      Berlin, Realschulbuchhandlung, 1811. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieser Schauspiele, die Tieck übersetzte, weil er sie für Jugendarbeiten oder Urfassungen der bekannten Shakespeare-Dramen hielt. Denn Tieck ging von der Annahme aus, dass selbst ein Genie wie Shakespeare eine Entwicklung gehabt haben müsse, dass es also unbekannte Frühfassungen gebe, die er aus den beachtlichen Beständen von Dramen-Texten der Shakespeare-Zeit herauszufiltern suchte. 'König Johann von England' und 'Perikles, Fürst von Tyrus' sind heute als Shakespeare-Tragödien anerkannt. 'George Green, der Flurschütz von Wakefield' wurde dagegen von Robert Green verfaßt; 'Lokrine', 'Der lustige Teufel von Edmonton' und 'Das alte Schauspiel vom König Lear' gelten als Fehlzuschreibungen, die jedoch aus dem Shakespeare-Umkreis stammen. In den beiden Vorreden geht Tieck ausführlich auf die Entstehung der Werke ein. – Inhaltsverzeichnis und Personenverzeichnis zeitgenössisch handschriftlich eingetragen. Sehr sauberes Exemplar. – Goed. VI 38, 66. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Rare Antique Print-BATTLE-JENA-BRUNSWICK-GERMANY-Vernet-Wolff-c.1811

      1811 - Antique print, titled: 'La Bataille de Jena, ou la Mort du Duc de Brunswick.' - Large spectacular view of the Battle of Jena, or the Death of the Duke of Brunswick. The twin battles of Jena and Auerstedt were fought on 14 October 1806 on the plateau west of the river Saale in today's Germany, between the forces of Napoleon I of France and Frederick William III of Prussia. The decisive defeat suffered by the Prussian Army subjugated the Kingdom of Prussia to the French Empire until the Sixth Coalition was formed in 1812. Description: Source unknown, to be determined. Ref: Le Blanc 5.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Johannes Josephus Wolff' after 'Carle Vernet'. Johannes Josephus Wolff (1779-1830) was a Dutch stipple engraver and etcher from and active in Rotterdam. He also made several trips abroad. Carle Vernet (1758-1835) was a French painter, the youngest child of Claude Joseph Vernet, and the father of Horace Vernet. Born in Bordeaux, Vernet was a pupil of his father and of Nicolas-Bernard Lepicie. Strangely, after winning the grand prix (1782), his father had to recall him back from Rome to France to prevent him from entering a monastery. Etching and stipple engraving on hand laid paper. Anonymous. Very good, given age. Light surface paper damage, particularly in top right part of print. Pinhole and rust stain in top margin. Small tears in right and left margin, backed by contemporary paper and consolidated with acid free tape. Some paper erosion on rear from previous attachment General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 40.8 x 51.3 cm. The image size is ca. 30.6 x 41.8 cm. The overall size is ca. 16.1 x 20.2 inch. The image size is ca. 12 x 16.5 inch. Storage location: Expo-P5-18

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         Haus am Hang vor Bergrelief. Aquarell um 1840 auf Karton

      Gesamtgröße 31 x 24,3 cm. Größe der Darstellung 25,5 x 18,5 cm - Albert Köhler (1811 - 1849 in Berlin, war Schüler von W. Herbig an der dortigen Akademie, an der er später selbst lehrtätig war. Er bechickte die Ausstellung der Berliner Akademie mit folgenden Historien- und Genrebildern: 1830 ,,Pausias und Glykera", 1834 ,,Cimabue bemerkt den jungen Giotto beim zeichnen", 1836 ,,Unterricht im Singen ", 1838 ,, Wassernice mit spielenden Elfen", 1840 ,,Liebesgruß", 1844 ,,Ödipus mit seinen Töchtern im Hain der Eumeniden", außerdem öfter mit Aquarellen, Zeichnungen und Bildnissen (1826 Selbstporträt). Köhler fertigte auch Lehrvorlagen für den Gewerbeschulunterricht. (nach Thieme-Becker, S. 116)

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         A DELINEATION OF THE STRATA OF DERBYSHIRE

      Sheffield, Printed by W. Todd, 1811.. Forming the surface from Bolsover in the east to Buxton in the west, by a plate, designed from a tablet, composed of the specimens of each stratum within the above line, with an explanatory account of the same; together with a description of the fossils found in these strata; and also of the nature and quality of the respective soils. FIRST EDITION 1811. Ex library copy with one ink stamp only on last blank page and a small cancelled label tipped in on first pastedown. 4to, approximately 230 x 180 mm, 9 x 7 inches, large folding engraved plate of strata and 1 engraved plate of The First Vase made of Derbyshire Spar, pages: [2], viii, [2], iii, [1], 1-76 plus 1 page advertisment, last page blank, printed title page, key to folding plate, 6 pages List of Subscribers, Dedication leaf, 3 pages of Introduction, [1]-76 which includes Index, advert leaf, text in large strong print, rebound by Period Bookbinders in quarter modern calf, gilt lettering to spine, cloth covers, binder's ticket on last pastedown. Pale browning from offset throughout, occasional fox spot, top margins of index leaves slightly trimmed, no loss to text, 2 ink inscriptions and address on first free endpaper (Henry Woods with L. Wood's best wishes, plus another small signature by Bulman), 1 faint horizontal ink library stamp to bottom of blank side of advert leaf, otherwise a very good copy. See: John Challinor, The History of British Geology, page 17, No. 69 and page 92. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         1811 PLAYS of William Shakespeare Illustrated Theatre Romeo & Juliet Tempest 9v

      London : Printed for J. Nichols and Son, 1811. - 1811 PLAYS of William Shakespeare Illustrated Theatre Romeo & Juliet Tempest 9v “The remarkable thing about Shakespeare is that he is really very good - in spite of all the people who say he is very good.” –Robert Graves A rare set of the plays of William Shakespeare. This set includes the most famous works of Shakespearean theatre including Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado, and Merry Wives of Windsor. This edition uses the famous George Steevens corrections and edits. According to Lowndes, “George Steevens editions superseded all previous editions and became the standard for future editors and publishers." This 1811 printing, published by Nichols, features a portrait engraving of Shakespeare in the first volume and is bound in decorative leather with red and gold on the spines. Item number: #1966 Price: $750 SHAKESPEARE, William. The plays of William Shakespeare, accurately printed from the text of the corrected copy left by the late George Steevens London : Printed for J. Nichols and Son, 1811. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 9 volumes o v. 1. Tempest ; Two gentlemen of Verona ; Merry wives of Windsor ; Twelfth-night o v. 2. Measure for measure ; Comedy of errors ; Much ado about nothing ; Love's labour's lost -- o v. 3. Merchant of Venice ; As you like it ; All's well that ends well ; Taming of the Shrew -- o v. 4. * Lacking * o v. 5. King Richard II ; King Henry IV ; King Henry V -- o v. 6. King Henry VI -- o v. 7. King Richard III ; King Henry VIII ; Troilus and Cressida o v. 8. Timon of Athens ; Coriolanus ; Julius Caesar ; Antony and Cleopatra -- o v. 9. Cymbeline ; Titus Andronicus ; Pericles ; King Lear – o v. 10. Romeo and Juliet ; Hamlet ; Othello. • References: Lowndes 2261 • Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – Edward Nicholas Hurt • Language: English • Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~6in X 3.75in (15cm x 9.5cm) 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! 1966 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Voyages du Chevalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres lieux de l'Orient, enrichis d'un grand nombre de belles figures en taille-douce, représentant les Antiquités et les choses remarquables du pays.

      Le Normant Paris 1811 - With 85 engravings on 64 sheets (9 folding), including portrait of Chardin, 18 sheets with double-illustrations and 1 sheet with 4, with additional large folding map of Asia with outline coloured by hand by P. Lapie, 1810, engraved by Blondeau, all protected with original tissue guards. Recent half-calf over marbled boards. Attractive, fresh example of the atlas, uncut, from the most desirable edition enhanced with new and larger plates. Printed on thick paper and extra-illustrated with a large hand-coloured map of the whole region. 'Chardin was a Huguenot who was forced to emigrate to England. He was knighted by Charles II and on his death was buried in Westminster Abbey. His first visit to the East was made in 1665, at the age of twenty-two, when he both gratified a love of travelling and carried on his trade as a dealer in jewels. His more important voyage was made in 1671. His route differed from that usually taken by travellers to the East Indies in that he proceeded by way of the Black Sea and the countries bordering thereon' (Cox I p 249-250). 'Chardin set out for Persia for a second time in August 1671, but on this occasion diverted through Smyrna and Constantinople, and took the Black Sea Route to Caucasia, Mingrelia and Georgia, finally arriving at Esfahan in June 1673. In Georgia he heard of a race of warlike women, the Amazons, who had at some time in the recent past invaded a kingdom to the northwest. He remained in Persia for four years, as he says 'chiefly following the court in its removals, but also making some particular journeys., as well as studying the language.' He apparently knew Esfahan better than Paris, and visited nearly every part of the country. His account of the Persian court and his business transactions with the shah are of considerable interest. In 1677 he proceeded to India, afterwards returning to France by way of the Cape of Good Hope' (Howgego C102); His second and more notable voyage to Persia, is important because it is in the account of this voyage that he describes life in late Safavid Persia' (Ghani p. 71). Includes, among others, lovely views of Tbilisi (Tiflis), Erevan, Ispahan, Persepolis as well as Georgian and Persian costumes, views of lavish palace rooms and the Coronation of Suleyman. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Sense and Sensibility

      London: T. Egerton, 1811. First Edition. 3/4 morocco. fine. 3 vols. 1st edition, whispering in a voice quieter than decency, that the days that make us happy are the days that set us free. 19th century 3/4 morocco. A fine set, cleaner than fresh air, and it's a complete one too with all 3 genuine half-titles, and though this 1st edition is regularly stalked by all collectors, it has a history of amplified appeal to those who are women, so heed this ladies: Buying a 1st edition of Sense and Sensibility without authentic half-titles is more dangerous than open-knife night at the blow fish bar, and more naïve than sexting your face and your kitty in the same picture. Ex-3 significant women collectors (bookplates) of élan who deserve snaps, Dorothy Stewart, Pamela Kingzett, and Sarah Peter, the last named of the 3, a modern goddess who gathered her 1st editions of fiction in English by women, 1 book at a time, and now stands tall with the greatest collection of them ever assembled. By anyone. Anywhere. Austen invented modern romantic comedy beginning with Sense and Sensibility, and started schooling 7 generations of readers about the intricate convolutions of affection. What they learned from it right away is that all tests of love end badly, that excitement and familiarity are hard to find in one person, that the first duty of love is to listen, and that when the heart speaks, the mind should know it's tacky to object. In the 20th century they came to understand that the only real proof of love is trust, that sometimes there are more differences within the genders than between them, that love must be transformed from the flame at first into the light that lasts, and that all men fall somewhere between apes and gods, and the best a wise woman can hope to do, is pick one that's traveling in the right direction. Now we're in the 21st century and a new generation of readers just balance Austen's charm against the realities of daily life, appreciating that "desperate" is not a sexual preference, that the fastest way to improve a relationship is to see love as a verb rather than a feeling, and that a woman can find a blunt equality with men by going to therapy, where she can talk about herself for an hour, just like a guy on a date.

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         Conchology, or the natural history of shells: containing a new arrangement of the genera and species, illustrated by coloured engravings executed from the natural specimens, and including the latest discoveries.

      Printed for William Miller, Albemarle-Street, 1811. Edizione originale. Esemplare completo delle 61 tavole incise ed acquarellate su disegni di John Clarke, a piena pagina, con descrizione a fronte. Indice delle Tavole in ultima carta. Introduzione alle prime 4 pagine numerate. Splendido esemplare totalmente coevo, carta fresca, alcuna imperfezione.

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         Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem et de Jérusalem à Paris, en allant par la Grèce et revenant par l'Egypte, la Barbarie et l'Espagne (3 Tomes - Complet) [ Edition originale ]

      3 vol. in-8 cartonnage bradel rouge de l'époque, Le Normant, Paris, 1811, CIX-277 pp. avec la carte dépliante de l'itinéraire ; 2 ff. et 413 pp. ; 2 ff. et 370 pp. avec fac-simile d'un traité écrit en arabe Bel exemplaire élégant et très bien conservé (qq. rouss. et petits frott. en coiffes) dans son cartonnage d'origine de l'édition originale. Vicaire, II, 286 Français

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         Sense and Sensibility

      T. Egerton, London 1811 - 3 vols. 1st edition, whispering in a voice quieter than decency, that the days that make us happy are the days that set us free. 19th century 3/4 morocco. A fine set, cleaner than fresh air, and it's a complete one too with all 3 genuine half-titles, and though this 1st edition is regularly stalked by all collectors, it has a history of amplified appeal to those who are women, so heed this ladies: Buying a 1st edition of Sense and Sensibility without authentic half-titles is more dangerous than open-knife night at the blow fish bar, and more naïve than sexting your face and your kitty in the same picture. Ex-3 significant women collectors (bookplates) of élan who deserve snaps, Dorothy Stewart, Pamela Kingzett, and Sarah Peter, the last named of the 3, a modern goddess who gathered her 1st editions of fiction in English by women, 1 book at a time, and now stands tall with the greatest collection of them ever assembled. By anyone. Anywhere. Austen invented modern romantic comedy beginning with Sense and Sensibility, and started schooling 7 generations of readers about the intricate convolutions of affection. What they learned from it right away is that all tests of love end badly, that excitement and familiarity are hard to find in one person, that the first duty of love is to listen, and that when the heart speaks, the mind should know it's tacky to object. In the 20th century they came to understand that the only real proof of love is trust, that sometimes there are more differences within the genders than between them, that love must be transformed from the flame at first into the light that lasts, and that all men fall somewhere between apes and gods, and the best a wise woman can hope to do, is pick one that's traveling in the right direction. Now we're in the 21st century and a new generation of readers just balance Austen's charm against the realities of daily life, appreciating that "desperate" is not a sexual preference, that the fastest way to improve a relationship is to see love as a verb rather than a feeling, and that a woman can find a blunt equality with men by going to therapy, where she can talk about herself for an hour, just like a guy on a date. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         An Account Of The Kingdom Of Nepaul, Being The Substance Of Observations Made During A Mission To That Country, In The Year 1793. A very good, clean generously margined copy.

      Printed For William Miller By W. Bulmer & Co., London 1811 - Quarto. (11.5 inches x 9.5 inches). Bound in contemporary speckled calf; spine with maroon title label in leather; compartments attractively gilt between raised bands gilt; double gilt fillet to boards; edges of boards with gilt rule; edges speckled red. The upper joint has a closed crack but is perfectly firm; there is a bit of scuffing to the boards - a handsome binding and internally fresh and crisp. xix, (List of plates on verso), 386, (2 - Index.) Complete with, engraved vignette title page a fine large folding engraved map, a hand-coloured aquatint (of a pheasant), and 13 plates engraved on copper. William Kirkpatrick (1754-1812): son of Colonel James Kirkpatrick of the Madras cavalry; joined the Bengal Infantry in 1773; became Major-General in 1811; was Persian Interpreter to General Stibbert; C in C in Bengal for periods between 1777 and 1785; Resident at Gwalior, and Persian Interpreter with Lord Cornwallis in the Mysore War, 1791-92; mediated in Nepal , until then unvisited by any Englishman, between the Nepalese and Chinese in 1793; Resident at Hyderabad in 1795; met Lord Mornington at the Cape in 1798, and became his Military Secretary in 1798 and Private Secretary in 1799; after battle of Seringapatam in 1799, was made a commissioner for the partition of Mysore; Resident at Poona in 1801 and left India that year. He was conversant with Oriental languages and Indian lore and translated Tippoo Sultan's diary and letters from the Persian. In the work we offer: " Kirkpatrick outlines his route to Katmandu and gives an historical sketch of the country, and an account of the boundary and divisions of Nepal. The appendices contain official papers and letters relative to his mission and the origin of the war between Nepal and Tibet, and includes the correspondence of Cornwallis with Tibet during the war. " (Marshall, " Britain And Tibet 1765-1947.") [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations.

      J. Maynard, London 1811 - Later edition in three volumes in original boards. Very good condition with spines intact, covers soiled, edges and corners rubbed. Now in custom-made clam-shell box. Please use closeup option for best inspection. Additional photos available at your request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Complete Treatise on Practical Arithmetic and Book-Keeping, both by single and double entry, adapted to the use of schools. A new edition, corrected and enlarged by Alexander Ingram, Mathematician.

      Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1811 - Duodecimo in half-sheets (171 x 100 mm), pp. viii, 243, [1 (blank)]. Contemporary sheep, spine ruled gilt. Ownership inscription in ink of Lucy Nicholson on front free endpaper. Joints cracked, front joint held by one cord, spine ends and corners worn. Some light toning and occasional foxing. Clean tear to one leaf, without loss of text; a good copy. "New edition" of a work that was extremely popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, first published as The School-Master's Guide: or, a Complete System of Practical Arithmetic. The first two printings do not appear to have survived, the earliest edition in ESTC and ICAEW being the third of 1771. Herwood 270. This edition not in Goldsmiths', Kress or ICAEW.

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         Raccolta di osservazioni sull'efficacia del vino amaro antofebrile. Dedicata a S. M. Il Rel Delle Due Sicile.

      Naples 1811 - in-8, XIV-VI-162-[2] pp., maroquin vert, dos lisse orné d'un fleuron de papillon et de larme alternés, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, décor géométrique inséré dans une double bordure de chaînettes dorée en encadrement sur les plats, aigle entouré d'un décor de palmettes et de de pointillés, coupes et intérieur crénelés, tranches dorées (rel. de l'époque). Seconde édition de cet ouvrage du à un médecin qui décrit les vertus thérapeutiques du vin anti-fébrile. Précieux et magnifique exemplaire du dédicataire, Joachim Murat, roi de Naples. Fer inconnu de O.H.R.

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         Sense and Sensibility

      London: T. Egerton, 1811. 3 vols. 1st edition, whispering in a voice quieter than decency, that the days that make us happy are the days that set us free. 19th century 3/4 morocco. A fine set, cleaner than fresh air, and it's a complete one too with all 3 genuine half-titles, and though this 1st edition is regularly stalked by all collectors, it has a history of amplified appeal to those who are women, so heed this ladies: Buying a 1st edition of Sense and Sensibility without authentic half-titles is more dangerous than open-knife night at the blow fish bar, and more naïve than sexting your face and your kitty in the same picture. Ex-3 significant women collectors (bookplates) of élan who deserve snaps, Dorothy Stewart, Pamela Kingzett, and Sarah Peter, the last named of the 3, a modern goddess who gathered her 1st editions of fiction in English by women, 1 book at a time, and now stands tall with the greatest collection of them ever assembled. By anyone. Anywhere. Austen invented modern romantic comedy beginning with Sense and Sensibility, and started schooling 7 generations of readers about the intricate convolutions of affection. What they learned from it right away is that all tests of love end badly, that excitement and familiarity are hard to find in one person, that the first duty of love is to listen, and that when the heart speaks, the mind should know it's tacky to object. In the 20th century they came to understand that the only real proof of love is trust, that sometimes there are more differences within the genders than between them, that love must be transformed from the flame at first into the light that lasts, and that all men fall somewhere between apes and gods, and the best a wise woman can hope to do, is pick one that's traveling in the right direction. Now we're in the 21st century and a new generation of readers just balance Austen's charm against the realities of daily life, appreciating that "desperate" is not a sexual preference, that the fastest way to improve a relationship is to see love as a verb rather than a feeling, and that a woman can find a blunt equality with men by going to therapy, where she can talk about herself for an hour, just like a guy on a date. fine.

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         Theatrical Broadside for the New Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, Saturday, March 6, 1811

      Very Good. Theatrical Broadside for the New Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, Saturday, March 6, 1811, 23.5 cm x 15.5 cm, linen-backed blue paper, with a portrait of John Kemble, engraved by J. Rogers from a drawing by T. Wageman, on the verso. Below the portrait is a cutting of the cast of The Tragedy of Cato. This Present Saturday, March 16, 1811, will be acted (the 10th time) the Tragedy of Cato. To Which will be added, for the 18th time, the GRAND DRAMMATICK ROMANCE of BLUE BEARD; Or, Female Curiosity. Trimmed, slightly soiled, otherwise very good. A remarkable document of the life and career of John Kemble.John Kemble was born into a family of actors. His brother Charles Kemble also appeared in the performance advertised on this broadside. John was the second child of Roger Kemble, manager of the Warwickshire Company of Comedians. He was educated at Sedgley Park Catholic Seminary and the English college at Douai, France. John Kemble first appeared at the Royal Theatre, Drury Lane, as Hamlet in 1783, due in part to the fame of his sister Sarah Siddons.Cato, a Tragedy is a play written by Joseph Addison in 1712, a theatrical piece that emphasizes individual liberty (Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis (95 BC April 46 BC) commonly known as Cato the Younger or Cato Minor) over tyranny (Gaius Julius Caesar July 100 15 March 44 BC). It was a popular play, one of Kemble's signature roles, and a play that George Washington had performed for the Continental Army while it was encamped at Valley Forge.

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         Itinéraire de Paris a Jérusalem et de Jérusalem a Paris, en allant par la Grèce, et ravenant par l'Egypte, la Barbarie et l'Espagne. Deuxieme edition.

      Paris, Le Normant, 1811, tre volumi in-8vo mezza pelle recente con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, pp. CIX- 277 con una grande carta geografica più volte ripiegata fuori testo stampata su carta forte + pp. (4)-413 + pp. (4)-370-8 con una tavola incisa in rame fuori testo (con scritte in arabo) assai raramente presente.

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         Lachesis Lapponica, or a Tour in Lapland, now first published from the original Manuscript Journal of the celebrated Linnæus; by James Edward Smith.

      1811 1811 - 2 vols. London: White and Cochrane 1811. With numerous textual woodcuts. [2] + XVII + 366 + [4]; [4] + 306 + [4] pp. Except from handwritten regard on flyleaves a clean and well-preserved copy with chiseled edges and wide margin bound in contemporary polished calf, with coloured labels and richly decorated spines, and with goldlines and blind tooled decoration on boards together with inner ornamental border. Hinges carefully repaired. * Linné's journal was translated by Carl Troilius from the original MS in the Collections of the Linnean Society of London. The woodcut illustrations are by Richard T. Austin. Soulsby 192. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem et de Jérusalem à Paris, en allant par la Grèce et revenant par l'Egypte, la Barbarie et l'Espagne (3 Tomes - Complet) [ Edition originale ]

      Le Normant 1811 - 3 vol. in-8 cartonnage bradel rouge de l'époque, Le Normant, Paris, 1811, CIX-277 pp. avec la carte dépliante de l'itinéraire ; 2 ff. et 413 pp. ; 2 ff. et 370 pp. avec fac-simile d'un traité écrit en arabe Bel exemplaire élégant et très bien conservé (qq. rouss. et petits frott. en coiffes) dans son cartonnage d'origine de l'édition originale. Vicaire, II, 286 Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Napoleonic Wars

      , 1811. 1811. There are three ALS's for a total of nine pages, all from 1811, detailing the strategy in holding and defending this strategic island. Additionally, there is an intensive 14-page report. Worm holes mostly affect the 14-page manuscript. Still virtually fully readable throughout.

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         Annalen der Fortschritte der Landwirthschaft in Theorie und Praxis. Jahrgänge 1 und 2

      Berlin, Realschulbuchhandlung 1811-1812. - 654 S. - 672 S. - 790 S. mit einigen teils gefalteten Tabellen und 3 gefalteten Kupfertafeln, Vollständiges Exemplar mit allen Stücken der ersten 2 Bände. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 850 Kl.-8°, marmoriertes Halbleder der Zeit mit Rückentitel auf Leder-Rückenschild, Rundumgrünschnitt, Bibliotheks-Exemplar, Stempel auf Titel, Außendeckel und Rücken mit kleiner Papier-Signatur, Ecken minimal bestoßen, Papier vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt sehr gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Voyages and Travels to India Ceylon The Red Sea Abyssinia and Egypt

      in the years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. Second edition. 3 vols. atlas. 9 folding charts & plans; atlas: 60 engraved plates, mainly after drawings by Henry Salt. 8vo. 4to. Contemporary green morocco, lavishly gilt, spines lightly sunned. [xii], 439; iv, 499; [vi], 495pp. London, Rivington,

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         A Universal History from the Earliest Account of Time to the Present.

      Volume VI. 23 cm x 36 cm. VI, 871 pages. Illustrated wtih Maps, Cuts, Notes, Chronological, and Other Tables. Original Hardcover. Very good condition with only very minor signs of external wear, for example front cover and spine are worn and slightly rubbed. Slight discolouration on inside pages and a stain on title page. Includes for example the following sections: 'The Roman History' 'Emperor Julian' 'The Goths' 'Taking of Constantinople by the Turks' 'The History of the Carthaginians' 'From the First to the Second Punic War' etc. From the library of Paul Maylor, Lord Mayor of Cork (1811). Signed by Paul Maylor.

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         A Provincial Glossary; with a Collection of Local Proverbs, and Popular Superstitions. A New Edition, Corrected.

      London: Printed for Edward Jeffery, No. 11, Pall Mall, 1811. Quarto, [three introductory blanks; iv; Glossary 56 pages unpaginated;Local Proverbs p. 57- 124; five concluding blanks]. 26 ½ cm x 21 cm. Full gilt-trimmed tan calf. Binder's tag from Lubbock in New Castle. Book plate of John Stafford Reid Byers (1903-1984), who was in the Ministry of Economic Warfare in 1939 and New Castle solicitor, Armorer Donkin (1779 1851), who signed his book plate. A fine wide-margined copy, bright, crisp. Re-backed. "Scrat" is defined as "an hermaphrodite, used of men and animals, and, groovers as miners." Crones are defined as "old ewes who have lost their teeth." Under Herefordshire one finds: "Blessed is the eye, / That is between Severn and Wye." This proverb, Fuller supposes to refer not only to the beautiful and fertile country so situated, but also to allude to the safety from hostile invasions arising from the protection of those two rivers.

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         La Guerre de l'an 1809 entre l'Autriche et la France. Par un officier autrichien. Avec cartes et plans. Tome I, première partie [seule parue].

      Vienne, Antoine Strauss 1811 - in-8, [2]-XVI-[4]-LXVI-304-[4] pp., avec 6 tableaux dépliants hors-texte, manquent les deux grandes cartes, souvent reliées à part, ou placées dans un étui, demi-basane marine, dos lisse orné en long, tranches mouchetées (rel. du milieu du XIXe). Dos un peu insolé et frotté, mais bon exemplaire. Rare. - C'est tout ce qui a paru de l'ouvrage projeté, l'auteur étant mort par suicide en décembre de cette même année 1811. Karl Daniel Gottfried Wilhelm von Stutterheim (1770-1811) avait servi la Saxe et la Prusse pendant les guerres révolutionnaires, mais il se mit bientôt au service des Habsbourgs (1798) et combattit pour l'Autriche contre l'Empire français tant en 1805 qu'en 1809. Davois II, 182 (donne deux volumes, ce qui est en contradiction avec les exemplaires recensés). Au CCF, seulement trois notices (BnF, Strasbourg et Bibliothèque Thiers). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Traità sur le Service de l'État-Major Gà nà ral des Armà es, contenant son objet, son organisation et ses fonctions, sous les rapports administratifs et militaires.

      - A Paris, Chez Magimel, Rà imprimà à St.-Petersbourg, Avec permission de la censure chez Alexandre Pluchart et Cie., 1811. Two volumes, 8vo. Contemporary worn, but stable Russian half-calf over marbled boards (not uniformly bound); pp. x, 195; [3, bound with half-title, but without title]-198, four large folding tables, one folding engraved table one folding engraved plan, pp.17/18 in volume II missing, very light browning occasionally, half-title of volume I with mid-19th-century printed shelfmark label of a Russian school. First Russian edition, and extremely rare. Grimoard's book on the organisation, strength structure and tactics of the Grande Armee had appeared in 1809 and is rather rare as well as it was probably destined for internal use only. When it became clear in Russia that Napoleon was about to attack the Russian Empire, the military needed enough copies of this book to prepare their staff for the encounter with Napoleon's forces. Not even the meticulous and near-contemporary French bibliographer Qà rard, in La France littà raire ou dictionnaire bibliographique des savants~i~ (vol. III, p. 481) knows of this St. Petersburg edition. He lists a Braunschweig edition, published by Pluchart as well, which seems to exist. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Mémoire sur le régime établi en Espagne dans les troupeaux de mérinos, Et sur les moyens d'amélioration convenables aux Provinces méridionales de la Russie.

      St. Petersburg, Alexandre Pluchart et Comp., 1811. - Tall 8°, contemporary calf (scuffed), smooth spine gilt, marbled endpapers (fore-edge of front free endpaper missing). Small vignette of sheep on title-page. Minor worming in blank lower margin toward end. In good condition. (2 ll.), 88 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION? The first part (pp. 5-52) provides a very detailed account of how merino sheep are raised in Spain, with additional chapters on shearing and washing merino wool. The author then compares the efforts made in other European countries to raise merino sheep (pp. 53-71). He concludes with an account of how merino sheep were first introduced into the Crimea in 1803 and offers specific proposals for ensuring that the flocks grow and thrive, thus vastly improving the quality of wool available in Russia and the Ukraine (pp. 71-88).*** NUC: MB. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         MÜNCHEN. - Michaelskirche. "Hofkirche zum heil. Michael in München". Neuhauser Strasse mit der Michaelskirche u. Blick zum Karlstor, vor der Kirche reiche Personenstaffage, Reiter und Heuwagen.

      - Radierung von Dom. Quaglio, 1811, 32,5 x 23,5 cm. Maillinger I, 1768; Lentner 1178; Slg. Proebst 1023; Trost R45. - Abzug vor Zellers Adresse. Schönes Exemplar aus der gesuchten Folge der 10 Münchner Radierungen.

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         Traité sur le Service de l'État-Major Général des Armées, contenant son objet, son organisation et ses fonctions, sous les rapports administratifs et militaires.

      A Paris, Chez Magimel, Réimprimé à St.-Petersbourg, Avec permission de la censure chez Alexandre Pluchart et Cie., 1811. Two volumes, 8vo. Contemporary worn, but stable Russian half-calf over marbled boards (not uniformly bound); pp. x, 195; [3, bound with half-title, but without title]-198, four large folding tables, one folding engraved table one folding engraved plan, pp.17/18 in volume II missing, very light browning occasionally, half-title of volume I with mid-19th-century printed shelfmark label of a Russian school. First Russian edition, and extremely rare. Grimoard's book on the organisation, strength structure and tactics of the Grande Armee had appeared in 1809 and is rather rare as well as it was probably destined for internal use only. When it became clear in Russia that Napoleon was about to attack the Russian Empire, the military needed enough copies of this book to prepare their staff for the encounter with Napoleon's forces. Not even the meticulous and near-contemporary French bibliographer Qérard, in La France littéraire ou dictionnaire bibliographique des savants (vol. III, p. 481) knows of this St. Petersburg edition. He lists a Braunschweig edition, published by Pluchart as well, which seems to exist.

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         CONJUNTO DE LOTERIA NACIONAL Y TELEGRAFOS DE LA REINA MARIA CRISTINA DE BORBON

      - Conjunto de Lotería Nacional perteneciente al archivo personal de la Reina Mª Cristina de Borbón Lotería Nacional y Telégrafo Lista de los números y santos para la primera extracción particular de la Real Lotería que se ha de celebrar en Madrid el lunes 28 de Enero de 1811. Lista de los números y doncellas para la extracción particular de la Real Lotería que se ha de celebrar en Madrid el lunes 18 de Diciembre de 1826. Lista de los números y doncellas para la extracción particular de la Real Lotería que se ha de celebrar en Madrid el lunes 25 de Noviembre de 1850 Lista de los números y doncellas para la extracción particular de la Real Lotería que se ha de celebrar en Madrid el lunes 15 de Marzo de 1852 (2). Lista de los números y doncellas para la extracción particular de la Real Lotería que se ha de celebrar en Madrid el lunes 5 de abril de 1852 (2). Carta manuscrita de la Dirección General de las Reales Loterías sobre el establecimiento de una Administración de Loterías en la Villa de Escalona, Madrid 28 de Octubre de 1815. Firmada por Manuel López de Araujo y Francisco González de Estéfani. Billetes de lotería nacional de los años 1854 ( 4) 1851 (10), 1858 (8), 1864 (4+10 DE navidad) Telégrafos de S.M. Noticia de los números que han obtenido los premios en 13/10/1832; 7/4/1834; 10/4/1834; 26/4/1834 (2); 28/04/1834; 17/05/1834 (2); 26/5/1834; 28/05/1834; 07/05/1835; 11/5/1835; 06/06/1835 (2); 17/06/1835; 22/6/183501/07/1835 Dirección General de Reales Loterías. Noticias de los pueblos y administraciones donde han salido los premios. 6 de junio 1835. Dirección General de Loterías Nacionales. Noticias de los pueblos y administraciones donde han salido los premios, diferentes años, 26/07/1851, 27/01/1852, 8/11/1851, 13/3/1852, 30/4/1852 Lista de los números premiados el 14/4/1852 y 14 de Mayo de 1852 14 Ternos de lotería del año 1843. (14). Loteria Primitiva Nacional: Noticia de los 5 extractos sorteados en Madrid el lunes 4 de Noviembre de 1850 (2). Noticia de los 5 extractos sorteados en Madrid el lunes 15 de Marzo de 1852 (2). Noticia de los 5 extractos sorteados en Madrid el lunes 25 de abril de 1853 (4) Dirección General de Loterias. Fechas de los sorteos para el año de 1851. Loteria Alemana: 1864 plan de premios en alemán. Cartas en francés relativas a billetes de lotería de Hamburgo tomados primero por el marqués de Isabela y después por S.M. 5 billetes de lotería Lotería del Museo de Napoleón. Año 1864. 18 billetes 3 listas de los números ganados. Publicidad de la Lotteria Romana del Palazzo Braschi. Loterie Montenegrine. 30 billetes 3 Lista de números ganados 1863 2 hojas de publicidad de la Loterie de St. Point Loterie Picarde para la construcción del Museo Napoleón. Lista de números ganados. 1852 Loterie au profit de la caisse de secours de la Sociee des membres de L¿enseignement. 1863 10 billetes. Loterie Parisienne de St. Eloi. 1863. 10 billetes. Loterie de L¿Oeuvre des apprentis et des jeunes ouvrieres. 1867 20 billetes Loterie para la Ville Libre de Francfort. 1854 2 billetes y prospecto Loterie au Profit d¿une Maison de Refuge. 1844. 20 billetes Loterie de Toulouse. 1869 10 billetes y 2 listas de premios Loterie Autorisée au profit de l¿oeuvre du Patronage des Ecoliers, des apprentis & des Jeunes Ouvriers. 1862: 20 billetes. 1865: 20 billetes 1866: 37 billetes Loterie au Profit des Jeunes Filles: 1841: 100 billetes Loterie Calvaire Montmartre: 2 billetes sin número ni año Loterie de Bienfaisance: 1866-1867: 6 billetes y prospecto Loterie au profit des jeunes filles de Charite: 1863: 10 billetes 1867: 20 billetes Loteria de la Ciudad de Nictheroy (Brasil): 1845. 1 billete 3 cartas en francés a su Magestad la Reina de España ofreciéndole lotería.

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         The Works of Richard Hurd D. D. Lord Bishop of Worcester

      ondon- T Cadell and W Davies 1811 - An attractive eight volume set of the works of Richard Hurd. Complete in eight volumes. First edition of the collected works. With a portrait frontispiece to volume I, and title page ornaments to all volume. An attractive and scarce set. Richard Hurd was an English divine and writer, later the bishop of Worcester. Hurd wrote extensively and broadly and his Letters on Chivalry and Romance are credited with influencing the Romantic movement. Condition: In attractive full calf bindings with gilt spine detailing and contrasting spine labels. Externally, smart, with rubbing to boards and score and scratch marks to the leather. Wear to the head of the spine tovolume VIII. Personal bookplate of William Botfield to front pastedown of all volumes. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages bright, with occasional scattered spots but otherwise clean. Occasional pages creased at corners. Aroma of smoke to all volumes, stronger to first volume. Half title to volume VI detached but present. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Theatrical Broadside for the New Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, Saturday, March 6, 1811

      Very Good. Theatrical Broadside for the New Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, Saturday, March 6, 1811, 23.5 cm x 15.5 cm, linen-backed blue paper, with a portrait of John Kemble, engraved by J. Rogers from a drawing by T. Wageman, on the verso. Below the portrait is a cutting of the cast of The Tragedy of Cato. This Present Saturday, March 16, 1811, will be acted (the 10th time) the Tragedy of Cato. To Which will be added, for the 18th time, the GRAND DRAMMATICK ROMANCE of BLUE BEARD; Or, Female Curiosity. Trimmed, slightly soiled, otherwise very good. A remarkable document of the life and career of John Kemble.John Kemble was born into a family of actors. His brother Charles Kemble also appeared in the performance advertised on this broadside. John was the second child of Roger Kemble, manager of the Warwickshire Company of Comedians. He was educated at Sedgley Park Catholic Seminary and the English college at Douai, France. John Kemble first appeared at the Royal Theatre, Drury Lane, as Hamlet in 1783, due in part to the fame of his sister Sarah Siddons.Cato, a Tragedy is a play written by Joseph Addison in 1712, a theatrical piece that emphasizes individual liberty (Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis (95 BC April 46 BC) commonly known as Cato the Younger or Cato Minor) over tyranny (Gaius Julius Caesar July 100 15 March 44 BC). It was a popular play, one of Kemble's signature roles, and a play that George Washington had performed for the Continental Army while it was encamped at Valley Forge.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Peterskirche. "Pfarrkirche zum heil. Peter in München, erbaut 1327, der Thurm 1607". Ansicht der Peterskirche mit dem Nordende des Rindermarktes.

      - Radierung von Dom. Quaglio, 1811, 36 x 24 cm. Trost R47m; Maillinger I, 1768; Pfister II, 120; Slg. Proebst 447; Lentner 1703. - Das seltene, stimmungsvolle Blatt im Abzug vor der Adresse Zellers. Breitrandig.

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