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        Treatise on Surgical anatomy. Part the first.

      Printed By N. Kelly, for Gilbert and Hodges, Dublin 1811 - Reliure d'époque, dos lisse filets dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, plats marbrés. Titre avec en haut de page la signature manuscrite de John William Cusack (1791-1881), chirurgien célèbre, tampon de celui-ci en première page de la préface. 5p, 219 pages. Texte en très bon état, sans rousseurs, exemplaire solide. Seule édition de cet ouvrage, probablement le premier travail sur la chirurgie anatomique réalisé par un irlandais. A. Colles était professeur d'anatomie et chirurgien au Collège Royal de Chirurgie d'Irlande.Il fut le premier en Europe à traiter le problème d'artère et d'anévrisme. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Map Of The State Of Pennsylvania By Reading Howell MDCCCXI.

      Philadelphia 1811 - Deckled edges; centerfold reinforced, else excellent. Separately published¿very scarce. In 1792 Reading Howell published the first map of Pennsylvania to show the full extent of the state with accurate boundary lines. The present work is an amplified version of this work and the first edition of it published in the 19th century. Moreover, this edition was elegantly engraved by John Vallance, who also produced the first official plan of Washington, DC and the Griffith map of Maryland. Howell¿s excellent map was not superseded until 1822 when Melish¿s map of the state appeared. Ristow, pp. 108-109; cf. Rumsey 4181.

      [Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc]
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        The Works of Adam Smith, LL.D....With an account of his life and writings by Dugald Stewart. In Five Volumes

      London: T.Cadell and W.Davies, 1811.1812 5 volumes, octavo, contemporary calf, contemporary labels lettered in gilt, edges rubbed, covers scuffed, ruled in gilt, spines richly gilt, pp.xv +611; viii + (1) + 499; vi + 523; v + (1) + 515; iv + 584, engraved frontispiece portrait of Adam Smith to volume I from the Tassie medallion drawn by J.Jackson and engraved by S.Picart, contemporary engraved armorial bookplate of William Barlee and bookplateof David Oliver, an attractive set. Kress B5917. Goldsmith 20438. Vanderblue p.45. First edition of the first printing of The Works of Adam Smith. Volume I contains The Theory of Moral Sentiments from the sixth edition; volume II, III, IV The Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations from the fourth edition; volume V Considerations concerning the Formation of Languages; Essays on Philosophical Subjects; Account of the Life and Writings of Dr Smith taken from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1793. The Appendixpp.553-584 containsAdam Smith?s two contributions in 1755 to the journal The Edinburgh Review which was a review of Johnson?s Dictionary and A Letter to the Author?s of the Edinburgh Review.

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        General Orders. Spain and Portugal. April 27th To December 28th, 1809. Volume I [Signed]

      London. Printed by Authority, by T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall First Edition 1811. 1811. First edition hard back binding in contemporary full diced brown leather, raised bands to the spine with gilt titles on three faded labels, all page edges gilt, marble end leaves. 8vo. 8½'' x 5¼''. Contains [iv] 288 [including index] printed pages of text. Ink name and pencil numbers to the second front free end paper, very light foxing, from the private library of Thomas Godwin Campbell Reynolds with his coat of arms bookplate to the front paste down. In April 1809 Charles Stewart was made Adjutant General to Sir Arthur Wellesley (later the Duke of Wellington) with the British forces fighting in the Peninsular War, a post in which he distinguished himself, particularly at the battles of Busaco and Talavera. He received the thanks of Parliament in 1810, and on 20 November 1813 was made Colonel of the 25th Light Dragoons, becoming a Knight of the Bath that same year. Until the end of the war he was Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Berlin, and was also Military Commissioner with the allied armies, being wounded at the Battle of Kulm. Through his daughter Lady Frances, Lord Londonderry was the great-grandfather of Winston Churchill. SIGNED by Charles Stewart to the verso of the title page 'For the use of the Brigade Major attached to the 1st Brigade of Cavalry, Charles Stewart, August 1809.' Ron McGuigan: 'I have never come across the numbering of the cavalry brigades before, only by commanders's names. The following three officers were Brigade-Majors to the cavalry in 1809 including August: Captain John Mahony 14th Light Dragoons, B-M to S. Cotton (Challis lists as 2nd Brigade?), Captain George Holmes 3rd Dragoon Guards, B-M to H. Fane (Challis lists as 1st Brigade?), Captain William Serle 24th Foot, B-M to J. Erskine (no number)'. A special thank you to author Ron McGuigan, [co-author of 'Inside Wellington's Peninsular Army 1808-1814'], for supplying and helping with the above information. Member of the P.B.F.A.

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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        Archiv der Gewächskunde. 1.-3. [v. 5] Lieferung.

      Wien, Auf Kosten des Herausgebers 1811-1812.. XXIV S. (Titelei zu Bd. 1), 16 u. 7(1) S., 3 Bll. (nicht nach Seitenfolge geordnet). Mit zus. 97 Kupferst.-Tafeln (Hohlaus, Kazinger, Frike u. Strenzel del.; Beyer, Müller u. Seher sc.). Unbeschnittene OInterimsbroschüren m. schwarzgedr. Tit. auf Vorderdeckel. Einbde. angestaubt, rissig sowie stellenw. fleckig u. m. Knickspuren; Text u. Taf. tlw. eselsohrig, angeschmutzt u. wasserfl.; 3. Lfg. in Lagen zerfallen.. Pritzel 9442; Wurzbach XLVI, 282 (hier nur 250 Taf.); Graesse VI, 191; Brunet V, 929. Das zweibändige Gesamtwerk erschien in 5 Lieferungen mit insgesamt 296 Tafeln. Vorliegend die ersten drei Lieferungen, davon bilden die ersten beiden zusammen die Abteilung 'Abbildungen der ökonomischen und offizinellen Pflanzen'. Der Erscheinungszeitraum wird in den unterschiedlichen Bibliographien nicht übereinstimmend angegeben: bei Pritzel 1812-18, bei Wurzbach 1811-21 u. bei Brunet u. Graesse 1811-14. - Der österreichische Botaniker und Mykologe Leopold Trattinnick, auch Leopold Trattinick (1764-1849) wurde 1806 Landes-Phytograph von Niederösterreich und war von 1809-1835 Kustos am k.k. Hof-Naturalien-Kabinett in Wien, dessen Herbarium er bedeutend erweiterte. Die Pflanzengattung Trattinnickia aus der Familie der Balsambaumgewächse wurde von Carl Ludwig Willdenow nach T. benannt. T. veröffentlichte mehrere mykologische Werke sowie einige nur in kleiner Auflage erschienene Tafelwerke, die größtenteils durch die Blumenmaler Franz Reinelli und Ignaz Strenzel illustriert wurden. "..für die Herausgabe seiner Werke, die ihrer Kostspieligkeit wegen keinen Verleger fanden, opferte er große Summen.." (Wurzb.). - Überaus selten. Die häufig in Lieferungen u. im Selbstverlag des Verfassers erschienen Werke sind komplett sehr schwer zu finden. Die hübschen u. detailgetreuen Pflanzenabbildungen in vorlieg. Ansichtenwerk sind größtenteils von Ignaz Strenzel (1786-1832), der Professor an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien war.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        A NEW MAP OF AMERICA, FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES.

      London. 1811 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 59 x 51 cm. (23 x 20 inches) Good condition; light offsetting. Some offsetting and staining to margins not affecting the engraved surface. Clear and accurate map of the Americas in the early nineteenth century. The coastline is accurately depicted apart from the unexplored north-west passage. The map is coloured by country, which shows the United States (green) ending at the Mississipi, and the territory to the west (yellow) merging with Mexico in the south, and Canada (red) in the north. John Cary was considered 'the most representative, able and prolific of English cartographers'. Tooley says, 'As an engraver he was elegant and exact with fine clear lettering and great delicacy of touch'. When the Ordnance Survey began accurately mapping the UK, they used John Cary's style as the basis for their work. From: Cary's New Universal Atlas, Containing Distinct Maps of All the Principal States and Kingdoms Throughout the World.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Traité complet du Kermès, considéré sous un rapport nouveau, relativement aux circonstances de sa vie, à sa propagation, à sa conservation. Et aux moyens de le rendre propre à remplacer la Cochenille des Iles.

      Paris, A. Bertrand, 1811. 8vo (208 x 130mm). pp. (2), 101, with 2 engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, richly gilt decorated spine, blue sides with gilt borders. "Chacun doit chercher à utiliser les ressources de notre sol afin de substituer les productions indigènes à celles d'Amérique; déjà l'on a beaucoup fait pour le sucre et pour l'indigo: il est bien à désirer que nous puissions aussi remplacer la cochenille' (page 1). Cochineal is a scale insect from which the crimson-coloured natural dye carmine is derived. An attractive copy.//Provenance: Bookplate of J. d'Aguilar.//Horn-Schenkling 22358.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History]
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        The New Chronicles of England and France, In Two Parts.

      London. F.C. and J. Rivington et al. 1811. - First Ellis Edition - the sole modern edition. Illustrated by a fold-out copper plate engraved Frontis and a woodcut of a heraldic shield en texte. Thick, tall 4to. 9" x 11.75". Handsomely bound in full diced calfskin. Blind embossed decorative boarders to covers. Gilt ruled spine compartments with blind embossed and gilt tooled motifs. Gilt tooled raised bands. Gilt titled morocco labels. Robert Fabyan (died 1513), chronicler, was born in London, of which he became an Alderman and Sheriff. He kept a diary of notable events, which he expanded into a chronicle entitled, The Concordance of Histories. It covers the period from the arrival of Brutus in England to the death of through the reign of Elizabeth I , and deals mainly with the affairs of London. It was first published in 1515, with the title of The New Chronicles of England and France. Volume has been fastidiously rebacked to lavish effect. Covers moderately rubbed with some darkening and blemishes. Professionally re-enforced corners gently bumped. Usual minor scattered foxing and offset. A very attractive, extremely bright and crisp copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heldfond Book Gallery, Ltd. ABAA , ILAB]
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        Dokument mit eigenh. Paraphe („N").

      Compiegne, 10. September 1811. - 1½ SS. Folio. Napoleons Paraphe im linken Rand der Recto-Seite eines an ihn gerichteten Schreibens von Henri Clarke d’Hunebourg, Duc de Feltre, vom 8. September über die Stationierung der Brigadegendarmerie im Departement Lippe: „[.] Cette Brigade étant attachée à la Compagnie de la Lippe, le nombre des Brigades à cheval de cette Compagnie serait porté à 12 et la place de Wesel deviendrai alors le chef lieu d’une Lieutenance en remplacement de Roer [.]". – Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf „Rapport A Sa Majesté l’Empereur et Roi"; papierbedingt etwas gebräunt und mit einigen Anmerkungen von Schreiberhand; alt in Trägerpapier montiert.

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        EXPLORATORY TRAVELS THROUGH THE WESTERN TERRITORIES OF NORTH AMERICA: COMPRISING A VOYAGE FROM ST. LOUIS, ON THE MISSISSIPPI, TO THE SOURCE OF THAT RIVER, AND A JOURNEY THROUGH THE INTERIOR OF LOUISIANA, AND THE NORTH-EASTERN PROVINCES OF NEW SPAIN. PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1805, 1806, 1807

      London. 1811.. [4],vi,[2],[v]-xx,436pp. plus two maps (one folding). Half title. Quarto. Contemporary sheep, spine gilt, marbled endpapers and edges. Boards a bit scuffed and stained, joints worn. Later bookplate on front pastedown. Light foxing and minor offsetting to maps and facing pages. Clean internally, very good. Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand's copy, with his library stamp on the verso of the front free endpaper, reading "Bibliotheque de Valençay." Talleyrand, one of the great survivors of French history, managed to navigate his way from being a bishop prior to the French Revolution, serve as a minister and close advisor to Napoleon, aid in deposing him, and serve again as a key minister of the restored Royal government. His cynical brand of power politics make him one of the most interesting figures of his era. This is an extraordinary association copy, since Talleyrand, as Napoleon's Foreign Minister, was responsible for both the acquiring and sale by France of the areas explored by Zebulon Pike a few years later. In 1800, in the Treaty of San Idelfonso, Spain ceded France control of the Louisiana territory, a vast and fertile area stretching northwest from New Orleans, and encompassing about 827,000 square miles. Napoleon briefly entertained a grand strategy in the Americas, but abandoned it in early 1803, as imminent war between France and England convinced him that his dreams of American empire would de thwarted, since British naval superiority made communication impossible. On the principal that the enemy of his enemy was his friend, in a move that dramatically altered American history, Napoleon empowered Talleyrand, his Foreign Minister, to offer the entire Louisiana Territory to the Americans and thus keep it out of British hands. On April 11, 1803, Talleyrand allegedly asked the American minister Robert Livingston, "What will you give for the whole?" A few weeks later, the United States agreed to pay France just over $11 million for the entire territory, roughly three cents an acre. Once Louisiana was acquired, President Jefferson dispatched the expeditions of Lewis & Clark and Zebulon Pike to survey the new territory. This is Pike's report of the first United States expedition to the Southwest, here in the handsome first British edition. One of the most important American travel books, including accounts of Pike's explorations on the Mississippi, Red, and Arkansas rivers, Texas, and the Spanish settlements in New Mexico. The maps present in this edition are the "Map of the Interior Part of Louisiana" and a reduced version of the map of the Mississippi. The Pike expedition stands with the narratives of Lewis and Clark, and Long, as the most important of the early books on western exploration. The six-page Preface and one leaf of General Contents at the beginning of this copy are actually intended for David McPherson's THE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN COMMERCE WITH INDIA, published the next year by the same publisher. The entire Pike work is present. A remarkable association copy of the minister who brokered the entire Louisiana Territory's sale to the United States. WAGNER-CAMP 9:2. RITTENHOUSE 467 (note). HOWES P373. GRAFF 3292. FIELD 1218. STREETER TEXAS 1047.

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        General Orders. Spain and Portugal. April 27th To December 28th, 1809. Volume I [Signed]

      London. Printed by Authority, by T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall First Edition . 1811. - First edition hard back binding in contemporary full diced brown leather, raised bands to the spine with gilt titles on three faded labels, all page edges gilt, marble end leaves. 8vo. 8½'' x 5¼''. Contains [iv] 288 [including index] printed pages of text. Ink name and pencil numbers to the second front free end paper, very light foxing, from the private library of Thomas Godwin Campbell Reynolds with his coat of arms bookplate to the front paste down. In April 1809 Charles Stewart was made Adjutant General to Sir Arthur Wellesley (later the Duke of Wellington) with the British forces fighting in the Peninsular War, a post in which he distinguished himself, particularly at the battles of Busaco and Talavera. He received the thanks of Parliament in 1810, and on 20 November 1813 was made Colonel of the 25th Light Dragoons, becoming a Knight of the Bath that same year. Until the end of the war he was Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Berlin, and was also Military Commissioner with the allied armies, being wounded at the Battle of Kulm. Through his daughter Lady Frances, Lord Londonderry was the great-grandfather of Winston Churchill. SIGNED by Charles Stewart to the verso of the title page 'For the use of the Brigade Major attached to the 1st Brigade of Cavalry, Charles Stewart, August 1809.' Ron McGuigan: 'I have never come across the numbering of the cavalry brigades before, only by commanders's names. The following three officers were Brigade-Majors to the cavalry in 1809 including August: Captain John Mahony 14th Light Dragoons, B-M to S. Cotton (Challis lists as 2nd Brigade?), Captain George Holmes 3rd Dragoon Guards, B-M to H. Fane (Challis lists as 1st Brigade?), Captain William Serle 24th Foot, B-M to J. Erskine (no number)'. A special thank you to author Ron McGuigan, [co-author of 'Inside Wellington's Peninsular Army 1808-1814'], for supplying and helping with the above information. Member of the P.B.F.A. ENGLISH HISTORY [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member]
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        ALMANACH du Commerce de Paris, des départemens de l'Empire Français, et des principales villes du monde.

      Paris, chez J. de La Tynna 1811 - fort in-8, 1022 pp., demi-basane caramel, dos lisse orné de filets dorés (reliure postérieure). Cachet humide de la collection Debuisson.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre]
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        Stockdale's Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland Containing an Account of all the Peers of the United Kingdom. the Work Compiled and the Arms Engrave by Barak Longmate - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London : Printed For John Stockdale, Longman, Hurst, Rees Etc. 1811 - Illus. Subject: Nobility - Great Britain. Nobility - Ireland. Associated reference; References by: OCLC 17590418. Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 26629. Near fine set bound in later gilt-blocked navy buckram cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scane and additional detail on request. 1 Kg. 1 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Costume of the Empire of Russia

      T. Bensley, London 1811 - With 72 hand-coloured plates. Bound in full navy blue morocco with gilt border designs and ornate gilt spine. Slight scuffling to the boards and top of spine chipped, otherwise in a fine binding. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Pordes Books Ltd]
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        General View of the Agriculture of the Hebrides, or Western Isles of Scotland: etc.etc.

      Richard Phillips, London 1811 - 8vo. Pp vii, 824. Engraved silhouette portrait frontis., 1 engraved plate of agricultural implements (one being used by a kilted and bonneted Islander) and 5 folding engraved maps. Full diced calf, gilt, professionally rebacked retaining original spine and with corners restored. Scattered internal browning and foxing, sometimes moderate, occasionally severe. An acceptable copy of a book seldom seen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        Practical Observations in Surgery: more particularly as regards the Naval and Military Service. Illustrated by Cases, and various Official Documents [1826]. [Bound with:] A Letter, Respectfully Addressed to the Commissioners for Transports, Sick and Wounded Seamen, &c. &c. &c. on the Subject of the Operation for Popliteal Aneurism. Illustrated by Cases, and the Description of a New Instrument [1811]

      Printed for J. Callow 1811 - Original or very near contemporary half-leather and marble backed boards with six gilt ruled compartments along the spine and a black leather title piece lettered in gilt within second compartment; sound and firm, showing no snags or splits; contents equally firm, tight and clean; plates showing some scattered spotting, more so the second than the first; not from a library so no such stamps or labels; neat hand-written dedication at the front free endpaper states: "From the author / July 1839"; size: 8vo (220mm x 140mm). Two titles in 1 book, thus: Alex. Copland Hutchison, Esq. [Title:] Practical observations in surgery: more particularly as regards the naval and military service. Illustrated by cases, and various official documents. [Published:] London: Thomas and George Underwood, 1826. Second Edition, considerably enlarged. [Collation:] pp. xvi, 431, [i], and a folding plate. [Bound with:] Alex. Copland Hutchison, M. D. [Title:] A letter, respectfully addressed to the commissioners for transports, sick and wounded seamen, &c. &c. &c. on the subject of the operation for popliteal aneurism. Illustrated by cases, and the description of a new instrument. [Published:] London: Printed for J. Callow, 1811. First Edition. [Collation:] pp. [iii], 19, [i], and a folding plate. Both titles very scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Sir John Eardley Wilmot, Knt. Late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council: with some Original Letters [SIGNED]

      Nichols and Sons, London 1811 - Full calf leather binding, rebacked. Spine has five raised bands, gilt decoration and lettering. Decorative gilt border to boards. Marbled page edges, marbled endpapers. Engraved bookplate of John Walbanke Childers to front pastedown endpaper. Engraved frontis with heavy foxing, offsetting to title page. Page 189/190 has loss to the outside margin and page 191/192 torn to outside margin - text is not affected. Clean pages throughout. Inscribed by the author to his great nephew on the title page. Hardback. Printed pages: Portrait Frontis, [4], 241, [1] [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Handbuch zur Erkenntniss und Heilung der Frauenzimmerkrankheiten.

      Varrentrapp und Sohn,, Frankfurt a.M., 1811 - 2 Bände in 3 Bänden. Frankfurt a.M., Varrentrapp und Sohn, 1811-1826. 8°. XVIV, 594 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Verbesserungen; VI, 566 S.; XXXVIII, 752 S. Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und einfacher Rüchenvergoldung. Hirsch V, 391f. - Seltene erste Ausgabe. Siebold (1775-1828) studierte bei F.B. Osiander und bei Boer in Wien die Geburtshilfe und wurde zuerst in Würzburg und nach 1816 in Berlin Professor. Seine Verdienste liegen hauptsächlich in der Sensibilisierung der gynäkologischen und geburtshelferischen Methoden und Anwendungen. - Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig. handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf den Vorsätzen. Einbände leicht beschabt. Rückenschild des dritten Bandes farbig leicht abweichend. - Dekoratives Exemplar. Alle drei Bände in erster Auflage selten. Sprache: Deutsch Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und einfacher Rüchenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        "Pfarrkirche zum heil. Peter in München, erbaut 1327, der Thurm 1607". Ansicht der Peterskirche mit dem Nordende des Rindermarktes.

      . Radierung von Dom. Quaglio, München, 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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        Élémens de fortifications. A l'usage des officiers des etats-majors des armées, et mis a la portée des jeunes éleves des écoles militaires. I: Text; II: Plates. [TWO VOLUMES]

      Paris, l'Ainé, 1811-12.. Three volumes bound in two. Crown octavo. I-II. Text Volume: two books, paginated consecutively, pp. vii, (i blank), 544; 545-806. With title-page to each book. Footnotes, side references to illustrations, tables. III. Plate Volume: 377 finely engraved illustrations, plans, and maps on 71 fold-out copperplates. Hardcover, uniformly bound in contemporary half polished calf and marbled paper over boards, spines gilt-ruled, one restored, each with a crimson morocco label lettered and decorated in gilt. Red sprinkled edges. In a very good condition (sporadic spotting in text volume). A lovely set with all copperplates in excellent condition. ~ First edition. A remarkably detailed study of field fortification and engineering manual in one. While also dealing with history of fortification, mechanics, and construction, it is indeed a wonderfully illustrated manual on order of battle, field planning, siege, and defence, a ?hochgeschätztes Lehrbuch? in Jähns words (III, 2812). Exceedingly scarce; OCLC records a single copy only, that in the US Military Academy at West Point. Another copy is in the library of the Koninklijke Militaire Academie in Breda.

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        Traité de mécanique

      Paris: Chez Mme veuve de Courcier, 1811. First Edition. Quarter calf. Very good. Two vols., 8vo (215 × 135 mm), pp. xxviii, [2, corrections], 507, [1, blank]; xxviii, [2, corrections], 500; 4 folding plates in vol. 1 and 4 folding plates in vol. 2 (the last the fifth plate of vol. 1); occasional spotting and toning to text; vol. 1, small stain to lower edge of pp. 478-481, light dampstaining to edges of the first and final three leaves, occasional chipping to page edges; bookplate of the Duc et Duchesse de Padoue (Padua) to the front paste-down of both volumes, with the signature of the Ernest, second Duc de Padoue to the half-title of the first volume; otherwise very good in contemporary gilt decorative calf-backed marbled boards. First edition.Poisson was appointed professor of 'rational mechanics' (professeur de mécanique rationelle) at the École Polytechnique's newly founded Faculté de Sciences in 1809, having also been appointed astronomer to the Bureau des Longitudes the previous year. Two years later he produced the present work, his most complete exposition of the totality of classical mechanics. The work, written in the style of Laplace and Lagrange, was for a long time a standard work on the subject. In addition to presenting what was then known of mechanics, Poisson also introduced a number of novelties, including the explicit use of momenta, an innovation which influenced later work by Hamilton and Jacobi. The following year he was elected a member of the Académie des sciences.In his preface to the English translation (1842) Henry Hickman Harte (1790-1848) commented that 'the Mechanique of Poisson is the work now in the hands of all who propose to acquire such a knowledge of the principles of mechanics as may qualify and enable them to extend their reading to the more abstruse works of Laplace, LaGrange, and also of Poisson himself.' While the work is in effect an introductory textbook, 'as several analytic operations and integrations are taken for granted by the author', Harte felt it necessary to add detailed notes 'appended to the end of each volume.' (A treatise of mechanics by S. D. Poisson, London, Longman and Co., 1842, p. iii)'This work on mechanics is organized on the pattern of the course taught at the École Polytechnique. However, though it would serve as a textbook, Poisson notes in the Advertisement that it was intended as the introduction to his Traité de Physique mathématique. At the end of volume II is an addition concerning the use of kinetic energy in calculating the movement of machines.' Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 259) Timoshenko cites the second edition, 1833. Dugas discusses Poisson's contributions to mechanics by closely reading a paper from 1809 that was later incorporated into the present work.See: Dugas, René, A history of mechanics, Dover, 1988, pp. 384-389; Timoshenko, Stephen P., History of strength of materials, Dover, 1983, pp. 111-112.Provenance: Ernest Louis Henry Hyacinthe Arrighi de Casanova (1814-1888) was, from 1853, the second Duc de Padoue (Padua), his father having been ennobled by Napoleon I on 19 March 1808.

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        PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR MILITARY OFFICERS

      1811. HOYT, E[paphras]. PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR MILITARY OFFICERS: Comprehending a Concise System of Military Geometry, Field Fortification and Tactics of Riflemen and Light Infantry. Also The Scheme for Forming a Corps of a Partisan, and Carrying on the Petite Guerre, by Roger Stevenson, Esq., Revised, Corrected and Enlarged. To Which is Annexed, A New Military Dictionary; Containing the French Words, and Other Technical Terms, now used in the Art of War; with other Matter Connected with Military Operations. Greenfield (MA): John Denio, 1811. First thus. viii, 479 pp. + 1 pp. errata. 8vo., full calf. Both boards and front flyleaf detached. Moderate foxing to text and plates. 14 engraved plates, some folding. Spine split, bookblock still intact. As is. Sabin 33403.

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        TRAITE DE MECANIQUE, 2 TOMES

      Chez Mme Veuve Courcier, Paris 1811 - RO40144796: 507 pages pour le tome I et 500 pages pour le tome II. Illustrés de gravures en noir et blanc sur planches dépliables hors texte. Auteur, titre, tomaison et filets dorés sur les dos. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en pages de titre. Fortes épidermures sur les dos. Signatures et taches en pages de garde. S.D. Poisson. Prof. à l'Ecole Polytechnique et à la Faculté des Sciences de Paris, et Membre-adjoint du Bureau des Longitudes. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos très frotté. Rousseurs Classification Dewey : 510-Mathématiques [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of The Rev Joseph Bellamy, DD late of Bethlem, Connecticut

      New York: Stephen Dodge. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1811-1812. 1st Ed 1st Pr. Hardcover. Sp edge tears, edgewear, cover rub. Solid copies. Three of three volumes, complete set. First edition of collected Works in original boards with paper labels; untrimmed text. Sabin 4497; Bowden p45; DAB 2 p 165. Contents: Vol I: Noah Benedict, A Sermon at the Funeral; True Religion Delineated, and Distinguished from all Counterfeits - in two discourses; A Treatise on the Divinity of Christ;The Millennium; An Election Sermon; Vol II: The Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin; A Vindication of the Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin; A Dialogue between A the author of "Attempt" and B the author of the Sermons on the Wisdom of God; Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio; An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ; Vol III: The Law of our Schoolmaster; A Blow at the Root of the refined Antinomianism of the present Age; A careful and strict Examination of the external Covenant; A Letter to Scripturists; The Half-Way Covenant; Early Piety recommended; The Great Evil of Sin; Index to the whole work.; 540+544+546 3v pages .

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        Allgemeines bürgerliches GESETZBUCH für die gesammten Deutschen Erbländer der Österreichischen Monarchie. I. Theil. II. Theil und III. Theil (in einem Band).

      Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, Wien, 1811 - 110 + 395 + 56Seiten, mit einem Alphabetischen Register (CLXXVI-), Handschriftliche Rückenetikett. Besitzername und Bibliothekstempel. Stockflecken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Divinität oder das Princip der einzig wahren Menschenerziehung mit besonderer Anwendung auf eine neue daraus hervorgehende Elementar - Unterrichts - Methode.

      Hof, in Commission bei Grau, 1811. - 4 Tabellen auf 3 lithographierten gefalteten Tafeln, XIV S., (1 Bl.), 446 S. 8°. Prächtiger roter Saffianband der Zeit mit reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägte florale Deckelbordüre, zwei verschiedenfarbige Rückenschilder und gepunzter Goldschnitt. Seltene erste Ausgabe in einem sehr schönen Exemplar. - Das Hauptwerk Grasers (1766-1841), "einer der eigenwilligsten Denker innerhalb der pädgogischen Bewegung nach Pestalozzi. Sein Ausgang vom konkreten schulischen Leben unterscheidet ihn bereits von den zeitgenössischen Pädagogen, wie Fichte, Herbart, Pestlozzi und nähert ihn den Fragestellungen der Gegenwart" (Herder, Lexikon der Pädagogik II, 490). - Die Divinität, die Gottesebenbildlichkeit des Menschen, galt ihm als oberstes Ziel der Erziehung, "der Zögling muß darauf vorbereitet werden, sein Leben in freier Gesinnung und Tat selbst zu gestalten" (NDB VI, 746). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Hannah More & Sarah Martha Holroyd 1811 ALS

      - 2 letters, but related. Both letters are extensive 3pp 4to with address panels on the fourth side. More and Holroyd were known to correspond by letters; thus it is presumed that these letters accompany one another . At least one red wax seal partially remaining.

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        LES VIES DES HOMMES ILLUSTRES DE PLUTARQUE, traduites du grec par Amyot ; avec les notes et les meilleurs éclaircissemens donnés par MM. Brotier, Dacier et Vauvilliers : T. I [-XI]. - Supplément aux Vies des hommes illustres. T. XII [-XV]. - Table analytique et raisonnée des matières contenues dans les quinze volumes de Plutarque, rédigée par F. Bancarel. T. XVI

      1811 - 16 volumes, reliure plein veau havane moucheté (vert et rouge) in-douze (binding full calfskin duodecimo) (17,5 x 10,3 cm), dos long (spine without raised bands) - pièce de titre avec filet or sur fond vert foncé ( piece of title with gilt lines) et pièce de tomaison sur fond rouge avec filet or (label of volume numbering with gilt line), entre-nerfs à fleuron central au fer évidé entouré de par et d'autre d'un filet et d'une roulette or "rideaux de théatre" , double filets or en place des nerfs et en tête et en pied, filet or sur les coupes (gilt fillets on the cuts) - manque de dorure (lack of gilt), toutes tranches peignées rouge et bleu (all red and blue edges), marque-page en tissu rose ( bookmark in tissue), orné de 89 gravures en médaillon in-texte gravés sur bois en noir, (4), IV, 407, (1) pp. ; 392 pp. ; 442 pp. ; 405, (1) pp. ; 479, (1) pp. ; 439, (1) pp ; 408 pp. ; 376 pp. ; 396 pp. ; 398 pp. ; 460 pp. ; 448 pp. ; 406 pp. ; 399, (1) pp. ; 399 pp. ; 347, (1) pages, 1811-1812 à Paris : P.-F.-E. Dufart fils Editeur, Tome 1 : Plutarque ; Theseus ; Romulus ; Lycurgus ; Numa Pompilius. Tome 2 : Solon ; Publicola ; Themistocles ; Furius Camillus ; Pericles. Tome 3 : Fabius Maximus ; Alcibiades ; Coriolanus ; Paulus Aemilius ; Timoleon. Tome 4 : Pelopidas ; Marcellus ; Aristides ; Marcus Cato le Censeur ; Philopoelen. Tome 5 : T. Q. Flaminius ; Pyrrhus ; Caïus Marius ; Lysander ; Sylla. Tome 6 : Cimon ; Lucullus ; Nicias ; Marcus Crassus ; Sertorius. Tome 7 : Eumenes ; Agesilaus ; Pompeius ; Phocion. Tome 8 : Caton d’Utique ; Alexandre le Grand ; Alexandre comparé avec César. Tome 9 : Julius Caesar ; Agis et Cleomenes ; Tiberius et Caïus Gracchus ; Demosthenes. Tome 10 : Cicero ; Demetrius ; Antonius. Tome 11 : Artoxerxes ; Dion ; Marcus Brutus ; Aratus ; Galba ; Othon. Tome 12 : Hannibal ; Scipion l’ Africain ; Trajan ; Adrien ; Antonin le Pieux ; Commode ; Pertinax. Tome 13 : Didius Julianus ; Sévère ; Bassianus, surnommé Caracalla ; Héliogabale ; Alexandre sévère ; Enée ; Tullus Hostilius. Tome 14 : Aristomène ; Tarquin l’Ancien ; L. Junius Brutus ; Gélon ; Cyrus ; Jason ; Miltiade ; Pausanias ; Thrasybule ; Conon ; Iphicrate ; Chabrias ; Timothée ; Epaminondas ; Datame ; Amilcar. Tome 15 : Philippe ; Denys l’Ancien ; Auguste ; Sénèque ; Socrate ; Aristippe ; Amyot. Tome 16 : Table des matières des précédents volumes.RARE.SUPERBE RELIURE.en parfait état (as new condition). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FORMS OF CONVEYANCING; AND OF PRACTICE, IN VARIOUS COURTS, AND PUBLIC OFFICES. Volume II (only) of two volumes

      John Wyeth, Harrisburgh, PA 1811 - Octavo (5" x 8-1/4") bound in contemporary calf leather recently rebacked retaining the original spine and gilt-stamped burgundy morocco spine label. The second volume of two, but this copy belonged to President James Buchanan and is SIGNED by him, clearly and darkly, on top of the title page. Books signed by Buchanan are hard to come by. Buchanan is the only president from Pennsylvania and the only president who remained a lifelong bachelor. Much speculation has been made about Buchanan's sexual orientation based largely on his close and intimate relationship with William Rufus King (who became Vice President under Franklin Pierce). The two men lived together for 13 years from 1840 until King's death in 1853. They attended events together and were both said to have "effeminate" manners. Contemporaries noted their close connection. Andrew Jackson dubbed them "Miss Nancy" and "Aunt Fancy." The two men's nieces destroyed most of their uncles' correspondence after their deaths. Light to moderate foxing throughout. Very Good [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Letters of Madame De Sevigne to Her Daughter and Her Friends. An Enlarged Edition, Translated From The Paris Edition of 1806

      London: for many, 1811. 9 volumes, 7" x 4-5/8", engraved frontis in volumes 1 & 2. Bound in contemporary 1/2 brown morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spines, all edges tinted red, hinges fine, overall a VERY GOOD set. Mme de Sevigne's letters play an important role in the novel In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust where they figure as the favorite reading of the narrator's grandmother, and, following her death, his mother.

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        Engravings of the arteries. 3rd and best ed

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1811. <p>Engravings of the arteries; illustrating the second volume of the Anatomy of the Human Body, and serving as an introduction to the Surgery of the Arteries. 8vo. [8], viii, 55pp. 14 hand-colored plates, 13 of these either engraved or drawn by Bell. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1811. 233 x 145 mm. 19th century half morocco, marbled boards, light wear, hand-lettered label on front cover. Minor foxing, small inkstain on lower edge, but very good. Bookplate. </p><p>Third and Best Edition, the first with the plates both engraved or drawn by Charles Bell. In his preface Bell disavowed the earlier editions, stating that the engraver of the plates for those editions had misinterpreted his ideas. The third edition&#146;s plates are much more realistic and accurate in anatomical detail than those in the earlier editions. There are two &#147;third editions&#148; of this work, one dated 1810 containing 33 pages and 11 plates, and the present 1811 edition containing 55 pages and 14 plates is the best of all the editions. The additional text in this edition includes Bell&#146;s &#147;introduction of some rules for cutting down upon the arteries, in cases of dangerous bleedings&#148; (Preface to 3rd edition). </p>

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        Sense and Sensibility

      London, printed for the Author by C. Roworth...Published by T. Egerton. 1811, 1811. First edition. Three volumes. 12mo. Bound in an attractive old Riviere binding of full brown crushed morocco with gilt titles and extra gilt decoration to spine, slim gilt ruling to boards and gilt inner dentelles. All edges gilt. Minor wear and rubbing to extremities, very good indeed. Marbled endpapers, internally clean and bright with some light isolated toning and spotting. Half titles to all volumes supplied in elegant facsimile at the time of binding. Volume I with short tear to outer blank margin of page 17, neatly repaired. Expert and almost invisible paper repair to blank margin of page 47 and page 50. Expertly repaired tear to margin of page 287. Volume II has the author&#39;s name in pencil removed from the title page. A small paper repair to the lower margin of page 21. Pinhole to pages 57, 169 and 251. Expertly repaired short closed tear to blank margin of page 225. Volume IIIwith tiny pinhole to page 151, closed tear to page 157 running into text, repaired. Tiny pinhole to page 253. Some minor paper faults and spotting, a few leaves have discreet pencil &#39;corrections&#39; in a contemporary hand. A most attractive and handsomely bound first copy of one of the most important and influential novels in English literature.

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        The Plays of William Shakspeare Accurately Printed from the Text of the Corrected Copy Left By the Late George Steevens Esq.

      J. Nichols and Son, London 1811 - 10 vols with spines relaid over original brown leather boards with raised bands to spine. Titles on paper labels to spine. Bookplate to front pastedown of each vol. Bookplate of William Griffith, naturalist and botanist (The botanical abbreviation Griffii is applied to species he described). Some rubbing to boards and wear to corners. Some foxing to page edges but otherwise bright and tight. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHRISTUS AM OELBERGE ORATORIUM IN MUSIK GESETZT VON L. v. BEETHOVEN. PARTITUR 85 Werk.

      - Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel, non daté (1811). 27x36,5 cm. 132 pages. Partition gravée ! Papier non ébarbé. Reliure en demi-maroquin bleu à coins. Plats recouverts de toile beige. Dos lisse orné de clés de sol et portant le titre en lettres dorées. Première de couverture de la brochure d'origine conservée en fin de volume. Couleur du dos légèrement passée. Quelques traces de frottement et d'usage et marge des premiers feuillets restaurée, sinon ouvrage en bon état général et rare. Unique oratorium de Beethoven et première partition de Beethoven imprimée en Allemagne. Kinsky - Halm pp. 235-236. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A NEW MAP OF THE WEST INDIA ISLES, FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES.

      London. 1811 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 59 x 51 cm. Very good condition; slightly darkened at centrefold; some stains to the margins not affecting the engraved surface. Clear and accurate map of the West Indies. The map includes much of the southern states of the US and the north of South America. John Cary was considered 'the most representative, able and prolific of English cartographers'. Tooley says, 'As an engraver he was elegant and exact with fine clear lettering and great delicacy of touch'. Published in Cary's New Universal Atlas, Containing Distinct Maps of All the Principal States and Kingdoms Throughout the World.

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        DIARIO DE VALENCIA. 1811.

      - 40 números: del nº 1 martes 1 octubre de 1811 al nº 18 viernes 18 de octubre 1811, y del nº 29 martes 29 octubre 1811 al nº 51, 20 noviembre 1811 (falta el nº 31). 1 suplemento. Llevan la paginación continuada pero cada diario tiene 4 págs. Con Real Privilegio, en la Imprenta del Diario, 15x21. Encuadernados en holandesa actual lomo piel con nervios y tejuelos. (Se trata de un diario muy interesante ya que da noticias prácticamente en cada número de la Guerra de la Independencia que se libraba entonces en España contra los Franceses. Incluye una sección de noticias particulares de Valencia). (39816).

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        Afbeeldingen van de Kleedingen, Zeden en Gewoonten in Holland, Met Den Aanvang Der Negentiende Eeuw.

      Chez E. Maaskamp, Amsterdam 1811 - With 21 hand-colored plates watermarked from 1803 and 1811 (mostly the latter) with the names of Maaskamp and Colnaghi & Co. of London. Plates engraved by Portman after paintings of J. Kuyper. Colas 1681. Hiler 557. The plates stand out among so many others of the same era for their depiction of people doing things. These are truly genre scenes, as opposed to static costume poses, and they thus deliver visual information about aspects of the livelihood,custom and culture of the Dutch, as intended by the book's title, which translates as "Representations of the Costume, Morals and Customs of Holland in the Early 19th Century". While there is some scattered light foxing in the book, the plates themselves are for the most part exceptionally bright and clean. A few leaves have a tight crease now flattened -- the one plate that this affects it does so de minimus-ly and is scarcely worth comment. The full calf has shelfwear evident in the corners and some other scuff marks, with a small strip of surface leather lifted on the rear board. The front gutter shows past separation which now remedied but the crack visually remains apparent the whole way down, with some spots of raw leather showing along this line. Nonetheless the leather remains quite attractive and the defect remaining worth tolerating. But for this flaw the book might be described as fine.

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        A Chronological Abridgement of the History of Great Britain, From the First Invasion of the Romans to the Present Reign. 4 Volume Set

      London : A.F. Bertrand de Molleville 1811 - Octavo. First edition, Vol I. printed by the author in 1811, the later 3 vols in 1812. Bound in contemporary 3.4 leather. Marbled boards. Gilt lettering on black leather spine labels. Good binding and cover. Front board starting on Vol. I. Armorial bookplate on inside boards of Hardess-Lloyd, from Gloster, Kings Co. Clean, unmarked pages. Foxing occurring to prelims and first few pages. Slight toning. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The plays of William Shakspeare : accurately printed from the text of the corrected copy left by the late George Steevens, esq. With a series of engravings, from original designs of H. Fuseli . [complete in 9 volumes]

      London : printed for J. Nichols and Son; F.C. and J. Rivington; J. Stockdale . [and 36 others] 1811 - Physical description: 9 v. : ill. ; 23 cm. Subjects: Shakespeare, William (1564-1616) -- Plays -- Collections. Notes: ". and a selection of explanatory and historical notes from the most eminent commentators; A history of the stage, a life of Shakespeare, &c. by Alexander Chalmers." --title page. Contents: v. 1. [Historical and critical matter] The tempest. Two gentlemen of Verona. Merry wives of Windsor. --v. 2 Twelfth-night. Measure for measure. Much ado about nothing. Midsummer-night's dream. Love's labour's [sic] lost. --v. 3. Merchant of Venice. As you like it. All's well that ends well. Taming of the Shrew. Winter's tale. --v. 4. Comedy of errors. Macbeth. King John. King Richard II. King Henry IV., part I. --v. 5. King Henry IV., part II. King Henry V. King Henry VI., part I. King Henry VI., part II. --v. 6. King Henry VI., part III. King Richard III. King Henry VIII. Troilus and Cressida. --v. 7. Timon of Athens. Coriolanus. Julius Ceasar. Antony and Cleopatra. --v. 8. Cymbeline. Titus Andronicus. Pericles. King Lear. --v. 9. Romeo and Juliet. Hamlet. Othello. Glossarial index. Good to very good copies bound in contemporary full aniline calf. Gilt titles to spines, with gilt and blind tooling to compartments. Gilt and blind-tooled borders to panels. Spine bands and panel edges slightly worn and rubbed as with age. Minor surface marks to boards. Some hinges starting (vols., 2, 3, 4, & 9). Bumped corners. Marbled endpapers. Scattered foxing, mainly to intro. and end-pages of vols. Remains quite well-preserved overall. 5 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ã…ddÃ¥ testament tate Ailes tialogest, same kiälei puokterum

      Half-calf binding.. Publisher: Härnösand | 1811 | Half-calf binding. | 687 p. | | Some wear, typical antiquarian condition.

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        Adda Testament. Tate Ailes Tialogest, Same Kialei Puoktetum. -

      Härnösand: Nordinen 1811,. 1 Bl., 687 (1) Seiten, goldgeprägter Ldrbd. der Zeit, farbiger Blattschnitt, 17,5 x 11 cm. Samische Übersetzung des Neuen Testaments von Erik Grönlund. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, der Rücken im Gelenk gerissen und fixiert, die Vorsätze und Nachbarseiten etwas fleckig, handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem vorderen Spiegel, Ausschnitt aus einem modernen Antiquariatskatalog auf dem hinteren Spiegel montiert; das vordere fliegende Vorsatzblatt etwas angerändert und mit blassem Namenszug von alter Hand, das Titelblatt mit älterem primitivem Besitzstempel (Kreuz auf schwarzem Grund, Monogramm). Einige Seiten mit Anmerkungen von alter Hand. Sonst ordentliches Exemplar von guter Substanz..

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        Ã…ddÃ¥ testament Tate Ailes Tjalogest, Same Kiälei Puoktetum

      Hernösandesne, Carolen G. Nordinen Trykkeriast, 1811. [2],687,[1] sidor. Samtida skinnryggband med stänkt pärmpapper och röda stänktamarmorerade snitt. Ytterst liten skada pÃ¥ ryggens övre del. [18,5x12 cm]. Fint skick. [Qvigstad / Wiklund S49]. Läs vidare i Just Qvigstad och Karl Bernhard Wiklund. Bibliographie der Lappischen Litteratur. Helsingfors 1899, sidan 43. Översättare, medarbetare: Pehr Fjellström (1697-1764) och Erik Johan Grönlund (1787-1819). Härnösands-tryckeriet startades i samband med denna bibelutgÃ¥va. Nya testamentet pÃ¥ det sydsamiska skriftsprÃ¥ket.

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        Elements of Geometry, Geometrical Analysis, and Plane Trigonometry, with an Appendix, and Copious Notes and Illustrations.

      Edinburgh, Printed for J. Ballantyne and Co. 1811 - Octavo. ix, 500 pages diagrams 22 cm. Bound in modern quarter leather. Gilt lettering on spine. Marbled boards. Tight binding and cover. Bookplate on inside board. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning. Slight toning. Ships daily. Sir John Leslie was a Scottish mathematician and physicist best remembered for his research into heat. This publication was published while he was chair of mathematics in Edinburgh. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bollettino Delle Leggi Del Regno D Italia. Dal. I.Luglio 1811 al 31. Dícembre 1813. 4 Volumes: Parte II./1811. Parte I.,II./1812. Parte I.II./1813 (on one book) (Codice napoleonico)

      Stamperia Reale, Milano 1811 - 4 volumes. 3 volums in publishers full-leather-binding, nice lable on the spine with gilt-print, red cut.One volume half-leather-cloth. 12x21. Pp. 671-1299, 454, 455-579, 534. Condition: Binding: Here and there only a few rubbed, small library-stamp on the bottom of the spine, all together good/very good. Inside very clean and very good condition (no fox-marks etc.). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Autograph testimonial, signed as part of a folio document recommending a soldier

      Paris, 1811. </p>Larrey, Dominique Jean (1766-1842). Autograph note signed, written in the margin of a manuscript petition signed by Jacques Rajade and addressed to M. Bergon, Conseiller d&#39;État, Directeur-général des Forêts. August 28, 1811. 1 page, plus integral blank. 325 x 197 mm. Light toning, creased where previously folded, upper edge frayed, one corner chipped, small pinhole not affecting text.</p><p>Larrey&#39;s note was written to strengthen the petition of Jacques Rajade, who had served as a dragoon in Napoleon&#39;s army during the Egyptian campaign; having been mustered out of the army, Rajade was asking the French government for a position as a forester. The note reads:</p><p>Je soussigné en Chirurgien et Chef de l&#39;Armée d&#39;Egypte, l&#39;un des [&#133;] généraux de service de Santé [&#133;] prend la liberté de recom[mander] à la bienveillance de Monsieur le comte de Bergon, Conseiller d&#39;État et Directeur général des Eaux et Forêts, l&#39;objet de la [&#133;] du pétitionnaire. D. J. Larrey.</p><p>Larrey was the greatest military surgeon in history. He invented the "flying ambulance" for removing wounded soldiers from the battlefield, performed some of the first amputations at the hip-joint, gave the first descriptions of trench-foot and the therapeutic effects of maggots on wounds, and invented several surgical operations. He was also the first to observe the contagiousness of trachoma, a disease encountered by Napoleon&#39;s army shortly after its successful invasion of Egypt in 1798. </p>

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        MEMOIRS OF GENERAL WILKINSON. VOLUME II [all published]

      Washington: Printed for the Author, 1811.. [6],[3]-18,[3]-99,[1],136pp. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Two titlepages and advertisement leaf supplied from another copy and washed. Contemporary gift inscription and ownership signature on front fly leaves. Evenly tanned. A very good copy, untrimmed. Second issue of this very rare pre-issue of Wilkinson&#39;s MEMOIRS..., with the added titlepage, "Burr&#39;s conspiracy exposed...." Only this "Volume II" was ever issued in this format. According to the Advertisement for the book, Wilkinson was compelled to print this single volume of his MEMOIRS... "to meet the torrent of vilification" against him as a result of his involvement in the Burr conspiracy. "This book was issued by Wilkinson in his own vindication, and also as a reply to Daniel Clark, who had endeavored to prove that Wilkinson was corrupt, and had been concerned with Burr" - Tompkins. This is Wilkinson&#39;s first public statement on the Burr Conspiracy, and is an entirely different book from what eventually appeared as the second volume of his MEMOIRS... in 1816. It is also exceedingly rare. STREETER SALE 1700. TOMPKINS 107. SABIN 104028. HOWES W428.

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        MEMOIRS OF GENERAL WILKINSON. Volume II [all published].

      Washington: Printed for the Author, . 1811 - [6],[3]-18,[3]-99,[1],136pp. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Two titlepages and advertisement leaf supplied from another copy and washed. Contemporary gift inscription and ownership signature on front fly leaves. Evenly tanned. A very good copy, untrimmed. Second issue of this very rare pre-issue of Wilkinson's MEMOIRS., with the added titlepage, "Burr's conspiracy exposed." Only this "Volume II" was ever issued in this format. According to the Advertisement for the book, Wilkinson was compelled to print this single volume of his MEMOIRS. "to meet the torrent of vilification" against him as a result of his involvement in the Burr conspiracy. "This book was issued by Wilkinson in his own vindication, and also as a reply to Daniel Clark, who had endeavored to prove that Wilkinson was corrupt, and had been concerned with Burr" - Tompkins. This is Wilkinson's first public statement on the Burr Conspiracy, and is an entirely different book from what eventually appeared as the second volume of his MEMOIRS. in 1816. It is also exceedingly rare. STREETER SALE 1700. TOMPKINS 107. SABIN 104028. HOWES W428.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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