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        HYDROGRAPHICAL CHART OF THE WORLD According to Wrights or Mercators projection. Delineated by A. Arrowsmith.

      London, A. Arrowsmith (10 Soho Sq,), 1811. Bella carta nautica, inc. in rame e a colori, di cm. 77,5 x 73. E?' dedicata alla "Costa Occidentale del Nord America". Cfr. Tooley?'s Dictionary of Mapmakers, p. 24: ?"Aaron Arrowsmith (1750-1833), English cartographer, engraver and publisher. In 1790 he set up his own establishment in London and he became hydrographer to Prince of Wales ca. 1810 and to His Majesty 1820. In all he issued 200 maps, mostly large scale, and was easily the foremost cartographer of his time?". Ben conservata.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        A History of British Mollusca, and Their Shells, in 4 Volumes

      , 4 uniform volumes, with 203 black & white plates in volume 4, From the library of Hugh Edwin Strickland (1811-1853) - British geologist and naturalist, has his paper label on lower spine dated 1853

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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, anf the North-eastern Provinces of the New Spain

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811. First English Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9? - 12" tall. Attractive 20th century brown moroccan over marbled boards with gold gilt title. New endpapers. Trimmed edges with very clean interior and very light foxing, except for folding map and title page which are foxed as are the first several pages. Title page and last page have archival repair. Owners signature on title page plus library stamp, which is the only such library marking noted. Includes both maps, one of which is folding. Editor Thomas Rees was 'mortified' at the American edition, which "work has been repinted in very nearly as incorrect a state as it appeared in the present Editor's copy." Pike led the first exploratory expedition into the American southwest by an American, using government funds. The peak outside Colorado Springs bears his name among many other landmarks named by the expedition. Jenkins states "Spanish authorities learned of his presence and sent a force to arrest him and his men. They were taken to Santa Fe and then sent on to Chihuahua. Pike's maps and papers were confiscated. Apparently he was able to convince the Spaniards that he had entered New Spain by accident, as he was escorted by armed guard through Texas via San Antonio where he was released. He arrived at Natchioches in June, 1807, having thus had the opportunity to examine New Mexico and Texas in some detail, at the expense of the Spanish government." Jenkins Basic Texas Book 163A, Howes P-373, Wagner-Camp 9.2, Graff 3292.

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        Dunbarton [sic] Castle, Scotland [actually Linlithgow Palace]

      1811 - Hand-coloured aquatint, printed on wove paper. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling, minor foxing, and two small brown stains in the top left and bottom margins respectively. Trimmed to platemark on three sides. A picturesque view of the majestic facade Linlithgow Palace of one of Scotland's Royal castles. This doubly mis-titled aquatint view actually shows the east facade of Linlithgow Palace, the ruins of which stand about fifteen miles from Edinburgh. Linlithgow was the birthplace of James V and Mary Queen of Scots. The palace was vacant of royalty after James VI left to become James I of Great Britain. In 1746, the Duke of Cumberland left the building in ruins. Not much is known about the London-based landscape painter and engraver J. R. Humble other than that he occasionally exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1803 and 1824 and contributed several aquatints to John Heaviside Clark's A Practical Essay in Painting Landscapes. (1807) and R. Ackermann's The History of Westminster (1812). Cf. Benezit, Dictionnaire Des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs , Vol. 6, p. 703; cf. Thieme/Becker, Allgemeines Lexicon der bilden Künstler , Vol. 15/16, p. 542.

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        A Delineation of the Strata of Derbyshire, 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. One of the first English books to illustrate geological strata by the use of a section.“In 1811 and 1813 White Watson published two interesting little books describing Derbyshire strata, with a section across them. The section is nearly two feet long; the general broad anticlinal structure is well shown, but the vertical scale is so enormously exaggerated as to distort the natural arrangement. Ford (1960) [‘White Watson (1760â€"1835) and his geological sections’ in Proc. Geol. Ass., 71, 346â€"363] has recently thrown a flood of light on Watson and his work” (Challinor, p. 92).The section was originally made in 1794 as a tablet using specimens of the rocks themselves. “It was described briefly in an explanatory leaflet published at Bakewell in 1794, revised 1797, and much more fully in the [present] work of 1811, which is an interesting contribution to early stratigraphical literature” (Edwards, The early history of palaeontology, p. 54).This copy is bound with Rev. Samuel Pegge’s Sketch of the history of Bolsover and Peak Castles, in the county of Derby (1785), and Charles Sylvester’s The philosophy of domestic economy (1819), on the pioneering design of the Derbyshire Infirmary. This latter work is dedicated to William Strutt, who designed the heating and ventilating system for the Infirmary, and whose son Edward became Lord Belper. This is probably therefore the dedicatee’s own copy.4to, pp. viii, 1 leaf (dedication), pp. iii, 72, 1 leaf (”Advertisement”), folding frontispiece of the geological section, 1 engraved plate. Gathering E misbound after gathering F. Bound with two other works (see below) in near-contemporary purple calf, sides panelled in blind and gilt, spine gilt (surface slightly rubbed), marbled edges and endpapers, a lovely copy. Armorial Belper bookplate (see below).

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        Broadside, begins: Sabed: que ha llegado ? nuestras manos un proclama del rebelde Cura de Dolores que se titula: 'Manifiesto, que el Se?or Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla::::,, [sic] haze al Pueblo

      Mexico: no publisher/printer Folio (43.4 cm; 17.125"). [1] p.. 26 January 1811 Approximately two months prior to Father Hidalgo's capture by the Royal Forces, the Holy Office issued this decree condemning a publication of the Father of Mexican Independence as seditious, Lutheran, and anti-Catholic. Other writings circulating in manuscript are also condemned: One beginning, "Hemos llegado a la epoca" and ending, "De una Patriota de Lagos" and another beginning, "Es posible. Americanos!" and ending, "ser? gratificado con quinientos pesos." Copies of each were burned by the public executioner and all citizens are warned of the penalties — excommunication and fines — for owning or reading these writings, or failing to denounce those who do.Printed on two sheets precisely glued together to form a seamless whole, in double-column format and with the woodcut seal of the Inquisition in the lower right corner of the lower edge.Garritz located only the copy in the Biblioteca Nacional and WorldCat locates only seven U.S. institutions holding copies. Old folds; a few small wormholes touching or costing a very few letters and one larger hole costing five letters, but not impeding reading sense. Slight discoloration along the area where the two sheets are pasted together and at points on vertical fold.

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        Nachrichten betreffend das königliche Taubstummen-Institut zu Schleswig.

      . Schleswig 1811. 7 pages. Some dampstains..

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        Gesamtansicht von Greenwich gesehen ('London, from Greenwich').

      . Aquatinta in Brauntönen v. Charles Turner n. William Turner, dat. 1811, 19 x 27. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        THE ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS:

      . Or, The Thousand and One Nights. Accurately Describing the Manners, Customs, Laws, and Religion, of The Eastern Nations. Translated from the French of M. Galland, By G.S. Beaumont. 4 vols. London: Mathews and Leigh, Strand 1811. With 8 copperengraved plates. Contp. worn full calf with coloured labels on spines. Browning. One leaf with tear..

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        Holy Bible

      Manchester: Oswald Syers 1811-1813, 1811. Hardcover. Very Good. The complete Bible in the Douay Version as revised by Challoner. Not completely paginated but appears to be complete, please see pictures (I have more if needed). Spine still attached but torn. Occasional light staining commensurate with age.

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        Ephemeriden der Heilkunde

      Bamberg u. Würzburg, Goebhardt 1811-1813.. 1., 2., 4., 5. Bd. mit je drei Heften (5. Bd. mit 4 Heften). gr.-8°. X, 131, 124, 115 (3); 126, 127-238, 239-344; 80, 81-168,169-336; VIII, 86, 86-166, 167-264, 265-356 S. Mit zahlr. gef. Tabellen. HLdr. d. Zt. m. Rückensch, Berieb. u. bestoßen. Adalbert Friedrich Marcus (1753-1816) war ein deutsch-jüdischer Arzt und Förderer der Kunst und Wohlfahrt der Stadt Bamberg.

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        Notices Respecting Jamaica, in 1808-1809-1810.

      London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1811 - vii + 117pp. 1st ed., occasional light foxing, title page and prelims with worm damage in margin in worn quarter calf. Bound with Robert Townsend Farquhar, 'Suggestions, Arising from the Abolition of the African Slave Trade for Supplying the Demands of the West India Colonies with Agricultural Labourers.' 66pp + publisher's ads. Mathison was a retired estate owner who supported abolition and discusses inefficient agricultural methods used by the planters. Farquhar in his work was the first to suggest the use of free labourers from China and the East Indies. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Pennymead Books PBFA]
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        Covering Letter from Dalhousie: 15th Sept. 1819 Lt General Earl of Dalhousie. and 21 Oct.

      Foolscap bifolium (Gater 1811 - Britannia watermark) Secretarial, marginal browning; signed by George Ramsay as 'Dalhousie'. Dated Halifax 15. September 1819 and addressed to the Judge Advocate General, presumably Sir John Beckett. Letter referring to lost papers re court martial of ensign 'Alain [?] Hutchinson of the 60 regiment' noting that the prisoner 'appears to be an unfit person to hold a commission in His Majesty's Forces'. Docket title to verso of second sheet.

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        Philipp Hackert.

      . Biographische Skizze, meist nach dessen eigenen Aufsätzen entworfen. 1st edition. Tübingen : Cottaischen Buchhandlung 1811. XII + [1] + 346 pp. Weakly browning copy bound in late 19th century halfleather with gold on spine. Free endpaper a little torn. Name on titlepage. * Hackert (1737-1807) was an important landscape artist and friend of Gothe.<br>Goed. Iv.3.398.202. WG2,83. Hagen 357..

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        The Royal Military Chronicle of British Officers Monthly Register, and Mirror

      (London): J. Davis 1811- (1814). A broken run of 8 of 9 volumes, lacking volume three. Contemporary half calf rubbed. Some foxing and off-setting. Vol. One, 7 portrait plates, 3 folding maps [one torn w.o. loss], 3 plates of fortifications [one torn w.o. loss]. Vol. Two, 6 portrait plates, 1 folding map, 1 plan, 4 plates of fortifications. - Vol. Four, 6 plates. Vol. Five, 6 portrait plates, 3 folding maps [one torn w.o.loss]. Vol. Six, 6 portrait plates, 2 plates, folding map. Vol. Seven, 6 portrait plates, folding map of Germany. Vol. 8, 6 portrait plates. Vol. Nine, 5 plates. Complete with all plates as called for with the addition of the map of Germany. A scarce and invaluable periodcal for the student of military history of the period.. Very Good. 8vo.

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        Practical Observations on the Treatment of the Diseases of the Prostate Gland. Illustrated with copper plates

      London: G and W Nicol. G- : in good (minus) condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Later repair to spine now cracked and worn. Inside hinges cracked. Marks and browning throughout. Fep missing. Contents readable. Pages uncut. All plates have browning and foxing but are in good order. 1811. First Edition. Grey hardback cover. 240mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 280pp + 80 pages of appendices [test results]. 13 copper plates. Previous owners inscription dated 1812. There are 10 chapters and 3 appendices: Middle Lobe, enlargement, stages, effects, on the secretion of the gland, effects on the bladder, disposition of the disease, effects on the secretion of urine, suppression, mode of treatment, enlargement of the middle lobe of the prostrate gland, cases on treatment, cases on degrees of enlargement, effect of injections, enlargement of the lateral lobes, inflammation of the verumontanum, abcess in the prostrate gland and ulcers. Everard Home (1756-1832) was Serjeant Surgeon to the King and surgeon at St Georges Hospital. This book may have been written to co-incide with lectures he did in 1810. .

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        AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE PERUVIAN SHEEP CALLED CARNEROS de la TIERRA; and of the experiments made by the Spaniards to improve the respective breeds

      London, printed for John Harding, 1811.. To which is added, An Account of a successful Attempt to domesticate the Vicuna in England, and a Recommendation of this Species to cross with our native Flocks. FIRST EDITION, 1811. 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8¼ x 5¼ inches, 5 hand coloured plates, including frontispiece, pages: vi, [7]-184, last page blank, bound in contemporary full tan calf, dark maroon gilt lettered label, extra gilt spine, double gilt rule to borders of covers, narrow gilt dentelles and gilt decoration to edges of covers, marbled endpapers and edges. Binding slightly rubbed with a few small marks and light scratches, plates have pale offset from text, some light patchy browning to plates and text, mostly to the first part of the book, occasional spot, endpapers age-browned, shelf label of Kimbolton Castle library, otherwise a very attractive copy. See: Joseph Sabin, A Dictionary of Books relating to America, 101223. Kimbolton Castle in Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire, is best known as the final home of King Henry VIII's first queen, Catherine of Aragon. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Old Farmer's Almanac (56 individual Copies)

      VARIOUS PUBLISHERS - Copies housed in a three ring folder; metal and plastic fasteners; copies inserted between the clear Mylar sleeves. Fair to poor condition (taking the age into consideration); foxing; browning; some tattered. Years: 1811. 1819. 1860. 1862. 1863. 1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1869. 1870. 1871. 1872. 1873. 1874. 1876. 1877. 1878. 1880. 1881. 1882. 1883. 1890. 1895. 1896. 1909. 1917. 1918. 1919. 1921. 1922. 1923. 1924. 1925. 1927. 1928. 1930. 1931. 1932. 1933. 1934. 1935. 1936. 1938. 1940. 1944. 1946. 1947. 1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952. 1953. 1964. 1968 . DATE PUBLISHED: EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Petralogy. ATreatise on Rocks.

      Printed for White, Cochrane & Co., LONDON 1811 - Two Volumes, 8vo. lv, [1] 599pp [1], xx, 656pp. engraved title-pages, three engraved plates and nineteen engraved vignettes. internally excellent with some spotting. Bound half green morocco, raised bands gilt ruled and titles.marbled endpapers, A.E.G. [John Pinkerton, Scottish Antiquarian and Historian] Excellent Copy Scarce Work. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Petralogy. A Treatise on Rocks

      London: Printed for White, Cochrane & Co., 1811.. Sole edition. Two volumes. 8vo. lvi, 599, (1); xx, 656 pp. Contemporary dark blue half morocco over matching cloth sides, spines with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, a modern bookplate to the front pastedown of each volume. Some minor rubbing, intermittent foxing to volume II and some staining to the plates at the rear, the margins of the second title page sometime neatly restored, an attractive set overall. Two engraved title pages, 3 plates and 19 vignette illustrations.

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        ALS to Princess de Salm-Dyck... ALS to Princess de Salm-Dyck regarding his continuing work on the Malay dictionary and articles relating to the Baudin voyage

      Paris: June, 1811. 4 pp. autograph letter signed Leschenault, 22 x 17.5 cm., neat and legible; very good. Why won't the French Ministry give me a Merino? A second letter from Leschenault to his friend the Princess Constance de Salm-Dyck, discussing in more detail his scientific projects and giving a real insight into his social environment, not least for his joking ambition to become a professor because the French Ministry persist in denying him the Merino sheep he is keen to study.The letter begins with Leschenault's gracious compliments on Salm-Dyck's poetry, commenting that he had rushed around to his bookseller Contraba to get a review by one Puguiet in the Courrier de l'Europe, but had been disappointed to find it sold out. He goes on to indulge his taste for a bit of enigmatic gossip about another lady, before giving a more substantial account of his work on the Malay dictionary, warmly mentioning the support he has received from his good friend, the famous orientalist Louis-Mathieu Langlès (interestingly, in the French national archives are some letters from Langlès also to Salm-Dyck, where he confirms the aid given and how absorbed Leschenault was by his Malay language project). Leschenault also mentions that the project has had some help from the important Parisian publisher Didot.Leschenault also mentions and recommends some articles of his own that had appeared in the Annals of the Museum of Natural History, and the equally important Annales des Voyages (Leschenault published several articles on the scientific results of the Baudin voyage in these periodicals in 1810 and 1811, and was evidently rather pleased with them). He goes on to make another comment on his continued hope of acquiring a Merino sheep, but that he is rebuffed by the Minister in his hopes of being a shepherd, perhaps he will have to become a teacher instead... The letter ends with Leschenault boasting of the way in which he had got one of his nephews into the Marine academy in Brest at a much reduced fee - no doubt by using his current status as a famous voyager.

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        Plan hydrographique de la Baie de Cadiz levé en 1807, sous la direction du Vice-Amiral Rosily... Plan hydrographique de la Baie de Cadiz levé en 1807, sous la direction du Vice-Amiral Rosily

      Paris: Dépôt Général de la Marine, 1811. Engraved map measuring 700 x 1023 mm., blank margin slightly chipped, otherwise excellent condition. Peninsular War map of Cadiz. Fine map of the city and harbour of Cadiz, prepared by the French navy during the Peninsular WarAn island naval fortress, Cadiz was a crucial British bastion during the Peninsular War. Joseph Bonaparte, whilst in overall command of French forces in Spain, overlooked its capture when the French were still winning victories against Spanish armies. This proved a major oversight because Cadiz made an admirable base and resupply point for British forces under Wellington. British supply ships could come and go at will.When the French belatedly realised its strategic importance, they attempted to besiege the site with some 20,000 men but the British garrison held out without much difficulty against the French attackers who were under supplied and short of food. British reinforcements continued to arrive at Cadiz unimpeded by the French navy. In March 1811, the British under General Sir Thomas Graham actually sallied out from Cadiz and inflicted a heavy defeat on the French under Marshal Victor at Barrosa (hence the Barrosa Valley in South Australia). Cadiz never fell to the French despite a solid blockade and continued its valuable role as a resupply base until the end of hostilities in 1814.

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        Theater. 2 Bände.

      Rudolstadt, Hof-Buch- und Kunsthandlung, 1811-, 1812.. circa 20,5 x 13 cm. VI, 418; 328 SS., 1 Bl. Rote Lederbände d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägten Deckelfileten und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Wurzbach IX, 222; ADB XII, 726; Goed. VI, 465, 5: "Als Dramatiker ist er keiner der schlechtesten von den schreibfertigen Theaterpraktikern, wenigstens läßt sich seinen Lustspielen Situationskomik nicht absprechen." Nach einem abenteuerlichen Leben als Musiker, Schauspieler, Sänger und Dichter war Franz Ignaz Holbein, Edler von Holbeinsberg (1779-1855), als Theaterdichter, Regisseur und Direktor an zahlreichen städtischen Bühnen tätig, 1841 folgte er schließlich einem Ruf ans Wiener Hofburgtheater, wo er bis zum seinem Tode im Amt blieb. Aus seiner Zeit als Bühnendirektor in Bamberg, wo er sich das Wohlwollen des dort residierenden Herzogs Wilhelm in Bayern erwarb, stammen wohl diese beiden Prachtbände, die er dem Herzog vermutlich zum Geschenk gemacht hat. - Der erste Band mit verspieltem Rückendekor: Blütenketten, gehalten von einem Widderkopf, darüber der Titel schräg in einer Raute; der zweite mit geometrischer Rückengestaltung: die Felder mit kleinen Blütenköpfen im Rund sowie Titel- und Bandschild auf farbigem Grund. Beide innen wenig gebräunt oder fleckig, Band 1 fleckig und Rückenbezug leicht gewellt, Band 2 Gelenk mit geringem Wurmfraß, Deckel mit minimalen Wurmspuren. Dennoch beide sehr schön und dekorativ. Erste Ausgabe.

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        Distillers Looking Into Their Own Business.

      Thos. Tegg. October 10, 1811 Hand-coloured engraving; small tear to upper left margin not affecting image, sl. dusted otherwise a nice copy. Image 32.5 x 22.5 on 41 x 27cm sheet.George 11813. Three old men with grotesque and hideously carbuncled faces look into a cask of 'Double Rectified Spirits', streaming copiously from nose and mouth. Their heads and shoulders almost fill the design. On the left is a still with a pipe leading into the cask. Plate numbered 100 in top right corner.

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        Vue de la Galerie des Glaciers.

      . altkol. Aquatinta n. Gabriel Lory, 1811, 28 x 19,5 (H). Sehr schönes Blatt ( Bella stampa)

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        VIAGGIO A POMPEI, A PESTO E DI RITORNO AD ERCOLANO Colla illustrazione di tutti i monumenti finora scoverti, e colle piante delle tre distrutte città.

      Napoli, presso Perger, 1811. In-8 p. (mm. 218x132), bross. muta coeva (picc. manc.), pp. (8),248, con 1 tav. più volte ripieg. che raffigura la ?"topografia di Ercolano, Pesto e Pompei?". Dedicato a S.M. la Regina delle Due Sicilie. "Prima edizione" Cfr. Furchheim ?"Bibl. di Pompei, Ercolano..?", p. 84 - Fera / Morlicchio,II, p. 212: ?"Rara ottocentina?". Prime e ultime 2 carte bianche con manc. margin.; uniformi arross. o fiorit. o aloni margin. interc. nel t., peraltro discreto esempl. con barbe.

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        Traité des partages faits en justice, utile à toutes sortes de personnes, et nécessaire aux avoués, notaires, experts et gens d'affaires des villes et des campagnes ; avec les formules de tous les actes qui ont rapport à cette procédure.

      Valence, Marc Aurel, 1811, - in-8, VIII-343 pp., maroquin cerise à long grain, dos lisse orné de filets et fleurons dorés, encadrement de double filet enserrant un pointillé doré sur les plats, pointillé doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées, hachures intérieures dorées, gardes de papier azur (reliure de l'époque). Ex-libris armorié.Unique édition, dans une condition rare pour ce genre de livres. L'ouvrage, dédié à Cambacérès, concerne essentiellement les partages successoraux. Absent de Dupin. Seulement 3 exemplaires au CCF. Très bel exemplaire.

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        The Crown Calendar for the Lincolnshire Lammas Assizes. the Twenty-Seventh of July, 1811.

      Drury and Son, Lincoln 1811 - Printed bill, 365 x 230 mm., stained and creased, on very thin paper chipping at the edges; very good. For the Term of her natural life. A rare and early Macquarie-era bill for the City of Lincoln, printing the results of the Lammas Assizes held on 27 July 1811 before Sir Nash Grose and Sir Alexander Thomson. A remarkable eight prisoners are listed as under sentence of transportation, two for the terms of their natural lives.The two major sentences for transportation were handed down against Elizabeth Barton for forging a promissory note, and Edward Robinson for burglary. Barton may have married as there does not seem to be a woman of her name listed among the convict records of that date, but Robinson was certainly sent out as one of those listed on the combined manifest for the Indefatigable and Minstrel.Of the six transported for the minimum seven years, five were convicted of felony (Robert Shearing, Susanna Rogers, Clipsham Allen, Jane Hurst and Sarah Ellis), and the last, Robert Milner, for horse stealing. The fate of Shearing is a mystery, as is that of the unusually named Clipsham Allen. Robert Milner may be the man of that name transported on the Admiral Gambier and Friends but said to have been convicted at York, but the fate of the three women is clearly recorded, with Susannah (with an "h") Rogers, Hurst and Ellis joining Robinson.

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        THE LONDON CABINET-MAKERS' UNION BOOK OF PRICES

      Published by Potts And Collinson, 1811. Hardback. Good. Good condition with no wrapper. Full brown suede leather binding, raise bands and red title label to spine. Large format. 11 x 9 inches. 19 b/w plates + b/w frontis. Title page + 3 pages Preface + 3 pages General Observations + 3 pages General Index + 2 pages Index to the Table + 2 pages Errata and Deductions Omitted + 474 pages. How to price up and build furniture. Covers grubby with chipped corners. Some page edges a little grubby. Title page browned with repaired tear. Preface has repaired tear. Frontis browned. [S]

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

      Amsterdam: Chez E. Maaskamp, 1811. Second Edition. Full Calf. Near Fine. 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&#39;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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        Insectes de l'Amérique Équinoxiale, recueillis pendant le voyage de MM. De Humboldt et Bonpland.

      Paris, Schoell/ Smith, 1811-1833. Folio (345 x 260mm). pp. 127-252, with 8 fine handcoloured engraved plates; pp. 9-64 (of 138), with 4 (of 13) fine handcoloured plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt lettered spine. The present work was published as part of the zoology section of Humboldt's great survey of Central and South America, 'Voyage aux régions équinoxiales du Nouveau Continent fait en 1799-1804'. This massive work, published in 34 volumes over 25 years, covered natural history, economy, ethnography, and archaeology. The copy lacks pp. 65-138 of the second part and 9 plates. It contains all the plates concerning pages 9-64. Foxing to first title.//./Horn & Schenkling 10952; Fiedler & Leitner 4.5.

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        A GENERAL HISTORY AND COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS Arranged in systematic order: forming a complete history of the origin and progress of navigation, discovery, and commerce, by sea and land, from the earliest ages to the present.

      Edinburgh, for William Blackwood, 1811-1816. In-8 p. (211x128), primi 17 (su 18) voll., p. vitellino coevo, decoraz. con tit. oro su tassello al dorso, ca. 500 pp. cad. vol., illustrati da 16 (su 23) carte geografiche e carte nautiche. Manca il vol. XVIII di W. Stevenson: "Historical Sketch of the Progress and Discovery, Navigation, and Commerce: from the earliest records to the beginning of the XIX century", pubblicato (anche separatamente) nel 1824: è un catalogo biografico dei viaggi per terra e per mare con gli Indici di tutta l'opera. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Brunet,III,655 - Graesse,IV,13. Celebre raccolta di letteratura di viaggi e scoperte a partire dal Medio Evo fino alla fine del '700, durante il regno di Giorgio III. Una parte importante è dedicata a specifici viaggi per terra e per mare, ordinati per ordine geografico e cronologico (in Europa, Asia, Africa, America, Australia e Poloinesia, oltre alla moltitudine di isole nel Pacifico). I difetti di questa raccolta sono nelle legature: le cerniere esterne sono abrase e con spacchi o picc. manc.; 9 voll. hanno i piatti staccati e a un vol. manca anche il piatto anter. I testi presentano solo lievi e uniformi arross. o ingialliture per la qualità della carta, altrimenti ben conservati.

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        The History of New South Wales, from its First Discovery to the Present Time... ; comprising an accurate and interesting Description of that Vast and Remarkable Country; and of the Persons, Manners, and Customs, of the Natives

      Newcastle: Mackenzie and Dent, 1811. Octavo, two maps and three plates, a little toning and offsetting; very good in recent full polished calf. Rum Rebellion court-martial. A very scarce book. This is the first issue: a later version gave the author's name on the title-page. Although appearing to be an early history of New South Wales, the earlier part is largely cribbed from Collins; the three engravings are all straight copies. Other sections are taken from Tuckey, Mann, and others.Of particular note is the substantial appendix, which deals with the court-martial of George Johnston for his part in the Rum Rebellion; the evidence presented at the court-martial, and included here, was the 'fullest, clearest and best substantiated account of the present state of the colony'.The four copies located by Ferguson were those in the prime Australian collections: Mitchell, Dixson, National Library of Australia, and Ferguson's own collection.

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        An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern : from the birth of Christ to the beginning of the eighteenth century ... / By the late learned John Laurence Mosheim ... ; Translated from the Original Latin ... [complete in 6 volumes]

      London : Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies ..., 1811, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, New EditionFinely bound copies in modern aniline calf-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spine, with raised bands and gilt-decorated spine compartments. Some tanning evident to page margins. Remains particularly well-preserved overall. Provenance: From the library of Eric George Hatfield Moody with his bookplate facing the title page of each volume. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical description: 6 v. ; 22 cm. Contents: v. 1. From the birth of Christ to Constantine the Great. -- v. 2. [From 400 A. D. To 1100 A. D. ] -- v. 3. [From 1100 A. D. To 1500 A. D. ] -- v.4. From the beginning of the Reformation by Luther to the present times [i. E. , 1615]. -- v. 5. [From 1600 A. D. To 1700 A. D. ] -- v. 6. [From 1700 A. D. To 1800 A. D. ]. Subjects: Mennonites - History. Society of Friends - History. Community of True Inspiration - History. Church history - Early works to 1800. Missions - Early works to 1800. Bibliography - Early printed books - 1811. Full edition statement: A new edition in six volumes, continued, to the end of the eighteenth century, By Charles Coote ... And furnished with an additional appendix to the first book, by the Right Rev. Dr. George Gleig of Stirling.

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        POEMS

      Gilbert And Hodges 1811 - 1st 1811. Very good condition with no wrapper. Full burgundy morocco binding. Gilt title, decorations and raised bands to spine. Gilt borders to covers. Marbled endpapers. Portrait frontis. Front joint cracked. Light page-edge browning. Corners rubbed. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Curtis's Botanical Magazine, or Flower-Garten displayed. In which the most Ornamental foreign Plants, cultivated in the Open Ground, the Green House, and the Stove, are accurately represented in their natural Colours. To which are added their Names, Class, Order, Generic aand Specific Characters, according to the celebrated Linnaeus; their Places of Growth, and Times of Flowering; Together with the most approved Methods of Culture. A Work Intended for the Use of such Ladies, Gentlemen, and Gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the Plants they cultivate. Continued by John Sims, Fellow of the Royal and Linnean Societies.

      London: Sherwood, Neely & Jones 1811.. Volume 33. Mit 45 (3 gefalteten) altkolorierten Kupfertafeln (num. 1329-1373). 48 ungez. Bll. Halbleinenband. - Vorsatz stockfleckig, sonst kaum stockfleckig, insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar.. Mit hervorragenden Blumendarstellungen inaltkolorierten Kupferstichen. Das "Botanical Magazine", begründet 1787 von dem Apotheker und Botaniker William Curtis ist die bedeutendste englische Gartenzeitschrift ihrer Zeit und erscheint noch heute. - Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu-Cowan 1290 (ausführlich).

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        The Crown Calendar for the Lincolnshire Lammas Assizes... the Twenty-Seventh of July, 1811

      Lincoln: Drury and Son, 1811. Printed bill, 365 x 230 mm., stained and creased, on very thin paper chipping at the edges; very good. For the Term of her natural life. A rare and early Macquarie-era bill for the City of Lincoln, printing the results of the Lammas Assizes held on 27 July 1811 before Sir Nash Grose and Sir Alexander Thomson. A remarkable eight prisoners are listed as under sentence of transportation, two for the terms of their natural lives.The two major sentences for transportation were handed down against Elizabeth Barton for forging a promissory note, and Edward Robinson for burglary. Barton may have married as there does not seem to be a woman of her name listed among the convict records of that date, but Robinson was certainly sent out as one of those listed on the combined manifest for the Indefatigable and Minstrel.Of the six transported for the minimum seven years, five were convicted of felony (Robert Shearing, Susanna Rogers, Clipsham Allen, Jane Hurst and Sarah Ellis), and the last, Robert Milner, for horse stealing. The fate of Shearing is a mystery, as is that of the unusually named Clipsham Allen. Robert Milner may be the man of that name transported on the Admiral Gambier and Friends but said to have been convicted at York, but the fate of the three women is clearly recorded, with Susannah (with an "h") Rogers, Hurst and Ellis joining Robinson.

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        Diccionario crítico-burlesco del que se titula "Diccionario razonado manual para inteligencia de ciertos escritores que por equivocación han nacido en España" [1ª EDICIÓN]

      Cádiz, Imprenta del Estado-Mayor General, 1811 - 8º, [2]+XVI+138 p, holandesa tela, al parecer reutilizada, algo rozada. Puntos de óxido en primeras y últimas hojas. Palau: "La obra que ataca Gallardo se atribuye a los diputados Freile Castrillón y Pastor Pérez". Del Burgo: "Gallardo escribió esta oba en defensa de las Cortes, a pesar de lo cual estuvo una temporada encerrado en el castillo de Santa Catalina en Cádiz. El libro ataca todo lo atacable, incluso la religión, y al regresar Fernando VII en 1814 el autor emigró a Inglaterra temeroso del nuevo régimen". La obra se editó varias veces en los años siguientes. Liberalismo

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        Nach rechts liegender Hund.

      1811. Radierung, 1811, auf aufgewalztem China. 12,5::15,2 cm. Aus der Serie von 12 Blättern "Die Hunde". Literatur: Goedl-Roth 32. Vollrandiger Abdruck..

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        KANGA SHINAN, NIHEN

      1811 - (EHON) KAWAMURA Bumpo. KANGA SHINAN NIHEN. Kyoto: Hishiya Magobei, n.d. 3 vols. Though the afterword is dated 1810, this copy does not have the 1811 colophon listing several other booksellers besides the principal publisher, Hishiya Magobei. Rather the colophon lists Hishiya Magobei, alone. Our assumption from the colors and the colophon is that this is a somewhat later edition. A very clean and plesant copy. 26 x 17.5 cm. String-bound, Japanese style in yellow covers with paper labels. This "second series" of the KANGA SHINAN [Manual of Chinese-style Painting] was the only one illustrated by Bumpo and was published over thirty years after the first series, so it obviously stands on its own as an independent work. The simple designs are in sumi and light colors. The condition of the three volumes is very good (one title slip missing) in fair to good impression. One of the scarcer of Bumpo's works. [Mitchell p.335, Ryerson 385, Brown 104] Complete, as issued:

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        ALS to Princess de Salm-Dyck regarding his work on a Malay dictionary and articles relating to the Baudin voyage

      Paris: October, 1811. 3 pp. autograph letter signed Léschenault, 24.5 x 18 cm., neat and legible; very good. Chasing sheep in the wilds of France. The third substantial letter in this group from Leschenault, continuing his correspondence with the Princess. Leschenault comments at length on his travails in his continuing pursuit of some Merino sheeps, which had seen him travel into the wilds of France, where the roads and villages are more horrid than those in the Indies (no doubt a reference to his time in Timor).The letter opens with his rather scathing assessment of a place called Murat in the Mountains of the department of Cantal (where it is foggy most of the time). Well he has travelled into this place, worse than anything he has seen in the Indies, all in the hope of finding out more about the best kinds of pasturage for sheep. Thank goodness he was able to retreat to a pleasant chateaux run - God save him - by a Parisian woman, where he ate well and enjoyed a walk to see the waterfall at St. Priest (near St. Etienne). At the waterfall he had the leisure to be able to inspect the rocks with some care, and found them to be composed chiefly of quartz and granite, and probably with some other elements of which he is ignorant (a rather grand conceit on his behalf, as he goes on to list in even more detail the geologic formation of the region).A significant section of the letter deals with a discussion they had obviously had about the folly of requiring dogs to protect flocks of sheep, but in his travels Leschenault has had a long conversion with a gentleman from Limousin who has shown up the error in his thinking, because of the very real - and dramatic - danger they face from wolves, and Leschenault tells an involved anecdote regarding one particular incident.He does not know where he will travel next, but he still plans to visit several more regions on his fact-finding tour, notwithstanding the constant fog and the cold très vifs. The letter concludes with his regards to her husband and daughter Clémentine.Taken together, the three letters give an immediate and often humourous insight into the social expectations of one of the more important Baudin voyage scientists, and see him continuing work that can be seen to relate to his time in the Southern Hemisphere: the Malay dictionary, his articles on the science of the voyage, and his new fascination with the Merino, which has taken him far from the comforts of his beloved Paris.

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        ALS to Princess de Salm-Dyck regarding his work on a Malay dictionary

      Paris: May, 1811. 4 pp. autograph letter (the fourth page an address panel with postal stamp), signed Leschenault, 23 x 18.5 cm., neat and legible, small tear at original seal; very good. A Baudin voyage botanist to one of his most influential patrons. Fine letter by the botanist and Baudin veteran Leschenault de la Tour regarding his scientific work in the years after his eventual return to France in 1807. This letter, part of a small archive of three to the same correspondent, is a notable contribution to our understanding of the career of Leschenault, and shows him working on projects that he had begun during his sojourn in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.Jean-Baptiste Leschenault de la Tour was chief Botanist and ornithologist of the Baudin expedition to Australia (1800-1803). Although he remained on board the Géographe during the entire Australian exploration, by the time the vessel reached Timor he was so ill that he had to be put ashore. Over the next three years he explored the botany of Java and also learned the Malay language. He returned to France in 1807, and spent the next decade working on his scientific papers, before voyaging to India in 1816.This letter and the two succeeding items were written to the femmes de lettres Princess Constance de Salm-Dyck (1767-1845). A friend of Dumas and Stendhal, she and her husband Joseph were also intimates ot Alexander von Humboldt. In 1809 the Salm-Dycks established a salon in Paris at the Hotel de Segur, and as the the present letters attest, Leschenault was a friend and frequent visitor.Leschenault writes that he has received the letter she did him the honour of writing, and discusses some work being published in the Magazin Encyclopédique and the Journal de l'Empire (the latter an anti-Napoleon newspaper that had earlier been titled the Journal des Débats); evidently the articles were quite controversial, as he refers to a "petit guerre" taking place. Leschenault goes on to complement Salm-Dyck on her book (given the date of the letter, probably her Poésies). Leschenault then continues with an account of finally seeing the first proofs of his dictionary of Malay, and noting that he hopes to improve it. He also wonders whether Salm-Dyck knows of the small 32 pp. attack on the geographical work of Malte-Brun that has recently been published, a work so polemical that it makes both parties look ridiculous, and which has not taken advantage of Salm-Dyck's own thoughts on the subject of arguments in the world of letters. There is also an engimatic comment that he no longer hears anything regarding the decree relating to the Merinos; it is not clear why Leschenault is interested in the sheep, but this must seemingly refer to the famous flock at the Royal Farm at Rambouillet. The letter finishes with his polite addresses to the Comte and their daughter Clémentine, as well as a few comment on the fish at Gregy (a property just outside Paris belonging to a friend he had recently visited).

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