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        Musical, and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards:

      Edward Jones, London 1811 - Part the Second of the First Volume, containing the Music Only. 3rd ed, VG. In quarter new paper spine, with contemporary blue paper boards, corners and edges a little bumped and worn, 2 paper title labels to upper board, spine with printed paper label. Internally, frontis drawn by Louterbourg, figures engraved by HallLandscape by Middiman, [4], 124-185 pp, music scores, words and some historical notes, p 180/181 bound upside down, pencil note to tp. Uncommon. (Libri Walliae 2870). Jones, harpist and music antiquary, was a serious scholar who made a notable contribution to the antiquarianism which typified much of the scholarship of his period. His library was extensive, and his research into both primary and secondary sources, including the old Welsh laws and Welsh grammars, enabled him not only to present music, but also to write in some depth about it. See ODNB. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvel Atlas des Enfans et des Commerçans , ou les premiers élémens de la Géographie

      Paris: Chez Saintin, 1811. Octavo, two hand-coloured plates and seven hand-coloured maps (four double-page, three folding), some loss to a few pages (seemingly original defects in the paper, and not affecting text); half calf, a little rubbed, bumped at corners, a handsome copy. A wonderful children's Atlas, with delightful depictions of Tahiti, New Zealand and Hawaii. Although much reprinted and very popular, this work is now rare in any edition. This Atlas includes two exquisite plates, each with twelve small vignettes, detailing the peoples of the world. The first three main panels show images of European, Asian, and African scenes, while the fourth has 'American' images; there are not only charming images of Iroquois, Californians, and Peruvians, but incredibly, the three final scenes show New Zealanders, Tahitians and inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands (here accidentally called "Americans", almost a century before their formal annexation). Each of the vignettes is also vouchsafed a very brief note, with some unusual commentary: we learn that the New Zealanders love their children, that the lower-caste Hawaiians prostrate themselves on the ground before royalty, and that the only quadrupeds in Tahiti are dogs, cats, and rats. The series of maps is equally interesting, with good depictions of France, Europe, Africa and the Americas. There is also a large double-hemisphere map of the globe by Blondeau: New Holland is shown still attached to Van Diemens Land, and the Pacific Islands are represented in some detail, showing the Society Islands, the Marquesas, and the Friendly Isles. The Sandwich Islands are also clearly marked, with the familiar caption that 'here Captain Cook was killed'. Saintin was a publisher of popular editions of authors such as Moliere and Homer, and issued several such works of geographical instruction.

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        The History of the Kingdom of Ireland; Being an Account of All the Battles, Sieges, and Other Considerable Transactions, both Civil and Military; During the Late Wars There..

      London Machell Stace 1811. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover rubbed and faded. Some cracking to upper joint. Contents bright A New Edition Grey hardback cloth cover 230mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 145pp. Frontispiece woodcut portrait and portraits in the text. '..Till the entire reduction of that country, by the Victorious Arms of our most gracious Sovereign, King William. To which is prefixed a brief relation of the ancient inhabitants and first conquest of that nation by King Henry II, and of all the remarkable passages in the reign of every King to this time; particularly of the horrid rebellion and massacres in 1641; with the popish and arbitrary designs that were carried on there in the last reigns'.

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        Digtninger.

      . 2 bd. Orig. udgave. Kbhvn. 1811-13. 360 + 364 s. Eksemplar pa skrivepapir indbundet i samtidige halvlaederbind med farvede skindtitelfelter..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        A NEW MAP OF CHINESE AND INDEPENDENT TARTARY FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES.

      Cary's New Universal Atlas. 1811. - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 50 x 46 cm. (19½ x 18 inches) Good condition, slight offsetting. Clear and accurate map of the two states of Tartary. Three scales at lower right, title at top centre. 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.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Landschaft, "Vue du Pont de Crevola et de la Vallee de Domo D'ossola".

      . altkol. Aquatinta n. Gabriel Lory, 1811, 19 x 27,5. Sehr schönes Blatt ( Bella stampa)

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        TA., Brücke, "Vue du Pont de Crevola".

      . altkol. Aquatinta n. Gabriel Lory, 1811, 19 x 27,5. Sehr schönes Blatt ( Bella stampa)

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        Bollettino delle leggi della republica italiana. Dal 1 gennajo al 31 dicembre 1805 Anno II. Bollettino delle leggi del regno d`italia 1806 (parte I & III, Dal gennajo / 1. settembre al 30 aprile / 31 dicembre 1806); 1807 (part II & III, Dal 1 juglio / ottobre al 30 settembre / 31 decimbre 1807). 1808 (part I & II, Dal primo gennajo / primo giugno al 31 maggio /31 dicembre 1808). 1811 (part I & II, Dal I.° gennajo / lugluo al 30 giugno / 31 dicembre 1811), 9 Vol. (Codice Napoleonico),

      Milano Dalla reale stamperia 1803. 1806, 1807, 1808, 1811, - XV/440; VIII/391, IX/889-1151; VIII/361-968, XIV/969-1615+1; XIX/426, XVIII/429-1110); XVI/669, XVI/671-1299+1 S. Einheitlicher Halbledereinband mit zwei Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Einband leicht bestoßen, innen sauber, insgesamt noch guterhaltenes Exemplar. (9 volumes. Unit binding: Half leather, nice lable on the spine with gilt-print, red cut. 13,5 x 20,5 cm. Some pages with small vignettes. Condition: Binding: Here and there only a few rubbed, alltogether good/very good. Inside very good, very clean, no fox-marks etc.). Sprache: it Gewicht in Gramm: 3550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvel Atlas des Enfans et des Commerçans , ou les premiers élémens de la Géographie.

      Chez Saintin, Paris 1811 - Octavo, two hand-coloured plates and seven hand-coloured maps (four double-page, three folding), some loss to a few pages (seemingly original defects in the paper, and not affecting text); half calf, a little rubbed, bumped at corners, a handsome copy. A wonderful children's Atlas, with delightful depictions of Tahiti, New Zealand and Hawaii. Although much reprinted and very popular, this work is now rare in any edition. This Atlas includes two exquisite plates, each with twelve small vignettes, detailing the peoples of the world. The first three main panels show images of European, Asian, and African scenes, while the fourth has 'American' images; there are not only charming images of Iroquois, Californians, and Peruvians, but incredibly, the three final scenes show New Zealanders, Tahitians and inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands (here accidentally called "Americans", almost a century before their formal annexation). Each of the vignettes is also vouchsafed a very brief note, with some unusual commentary: we learn that the New Zealanders love their children, that the lower-caste Hawaiians prostrate themselves on the ground before royalty, and that the only quadrupeds in Tahiti are dogs, cats, and rats. The series of maps is equally interesting, with good depictions of France, Europe, Africa and the Americas. There is also a large double-hemisphere map of the globe by Blondeau: New Holland is shown still attached to Van Diemens Land, and the Pacific Islands are represented in some detail, showing the Society Islands, the Marquesas, and the Friendly Isles. The Sandwich Islands are also clearly marked, with the familiar caption that 'here Captain Cook was killed'. Saintin was a publisher of popular editions of authors such as Moliere and Homer, and issued several such works of geographical instruction.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Wir Vorsteher und sämmtliche Meister des ehrsamen Handwerks der bürgerlichen Kupfer Schmied Meister in der k. k. Haupt= und Residenzstadt Wien [Handwerksurkunde mit Gesamtansicht von Wien von Süden]

      Wien, Bauersche Bücher und Verlagshandlung, 1811.. Anonymer Kupferstich, Bildausschnitt Ansicht 15 x 38 cm, gedruckte Bordüre 34,5 x 46 cm, Blattgr. 38 x 48,5 cm.. Stopp, Die Handwerkskundschaften mit Ortsansichten. Beschreibender Katalog der Arbeitsattestate wandernder Handwerksgesellen (1731-1830), A 119.4 (von dieser Variante nur dieses Exemplar bekannt!). Seltene Handwerkskundschaft mit einer Darstellung Wiens von Süden, oberhalb der Darstellung der Kaiserliche Adler mit den Farben Österreich und Lothringens als Brustschild, unterhalb das Wiener Stadtwappen; wie meist mehrfach gefaltet, an den ehemaligen Falzen mit geringem Bildverlust eingerissen, in Summe von sehr guter Erhaltung für eine Handwerkskundschaft.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher

      London: Stockdale, 1811. Four volumes, octavo; contemporary diced calf, gilt, fine set. Good set of the works of three of the great dramatists, with an engraved frontispiece of each author by Audinet.

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        War of 1812 medical supply broadside

      n.p. A scarce medical supply Broadside entitled "ESTIMATE OF MEDICINES, &c. FOR EIGHTY MEN FOR ONE YEAR", one page, 16.5" x 13.5", no place, [circa 1811]. An inventory of medicines and instruments necessary for a military surgeon. The list includes two sets of amounts, one for a "Northern Post" the other for "Southern Post" with the necessary variations for the differing climates. Items listed include trepaning equipment (used to drill holes in the skull); amputating sets; camphor and opium. Similar in content to a fold-out in the volume, "Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting Two Statements or Contracts made by the Secretary of War and by the Purveyor of Public Supplies, during the Year 1810"... (Washington: A. and G. Way, 1811), Shaw and Shoemaker, 24199. Extremely bright and clean, light creases, slightly irregular margins with a few very minor chips, else fine condition. A scarce and desirable early American medical imprint.

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        Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. Part the First. Russia Tartary and Turkey

      London T Cadell & W Davies 1811. Cover and spine worn with boards detached. Upper board detached at preface page. Text block firm. Scattered browning and some offsetting. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with minimal marking Second Edition Leather cover 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 800pp. Illustrated with many full page engravings, maps (some double page) and woodcuts within the text.

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        Reise um die Welt in den Jahren 1803, 1804, 1805 und 1806 auf Befehl Seiner Kaiserl. Majestat Alesxanders des Ersten auf den Schiffen Nadeshda und Newa

      Berlin: Haude und Spener, 1811-, 1812. Two parts in three volumes, duodecimo, stipple-engraved portrait of Krusenstern and two other frontispieces both finely coloured by hand, folding engraved map and 11 double-page engraved views and a large folding map; several small private library stamps; a fine set in original papered boards with slight edgewear, orange labels, red edges, preserved in a cloth slipcase. Original boards. The first Russian circumnavigation: its captain, Krusenstern, was accompanied by a brilliant corps of officers, which included men like Lisiansky, Langsdorff, and Kotzebue. This Russian voyage was of great importance to Pacific history for the attempt to open Japan to commerce, and for the observations made on the Russian-Chinese trade. The Nadeshda and the Neva were together at the Marquesas and Hawaii; there they separated and from this point on Krusenstern's narrative concerns the western Pacific. The book includes a view of Nagasaki Harbour, one of the earliest views of Japan published in the west, as well as views of Nukahiva (three), Japan (three), Macao, Canton, St Helena and St Catherine, Brazil. This was the first popular account of this important voyage to be made available to the public, and the first edition to have been printed in Germany, published at the same time as the more costly St Petersburg quarto edition. No English edition appeared until 1813. This is an excellent copy of this scarce edition, in which an extra piece was added (at the start of volume 3) by the publisher in the form of the Nachricht by Langsdorff on the practice of tattooing in Nuku Hiva and the Washington islands, including a small woodcut showing the instruments used. There is also a Prospectus by Langsdorff and his publisher Wilmans for the German publication of his Bemerkungen.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. F. Chr. L. Sickler, "Plan Topographique de la Campane de Rome .. 1811".

      . dat. 1811, 56 x 87. Sehr seltene 1. Ausgabe dieser Karte. Siehe Tooley, Dictionary of Mapmakers, Bd. 4, S. 160. Sickler (1773-1836 ) became Director of the first high school in Hildburghausen 1812. Sickler gilt als einer der letzten Universalgelehrten seiner Zeit. 1812 gründete er die 1. Oberschule von Hildburghausen. - Unten links die Titelkartusche, oben rechts Erklärungen. Die Karte zeigt die Umgebung von Rom. Mittig der Lago Albano. Im Nordwesten der Lago di Bracciano, im Norden Tivoli, im Süden die Küste zwischen Alsium, Tibermündung und dem Golf v. Terracina. - Restaurierte Einrisse.

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        Die Schlachten der Alten vom ersten messenischen Kriege angefangen bis auf die Schlacht bey Actium. Erster Theil. (Nur 1. Teil, alles was erschienen).

      Tübingen, Cotta, 1811 - 4°, 1 Bl., VIII S., 46 S., 28 Tafeln mit 40 handkolorierten gestochenen Abb., Priv.-Kart. d. Zt., Rückenkanten geplatzt, Kanten beschabt, Name von alter Hand auf Vs., tlw. etw. stockl., Blätter randseitig etw. wellig. Erstausgabe. Insgesamt 47 Schlachtenpläne. 800 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Gesamtans., "Lisabon".

      . Kupferstich aus der Zittauer monatliche Neuigkeitsträger, 1811, 17 x 26. Extrem seltenes Blatt.

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        Beschreibung des medizinischen Blutigels dessen Kennzeichen, Sitten, Anatomie und Fortpflanzung, dessen Nutzen als Heilmittel sowohl als besonderen Vortheil für die Küche, nebst verschiedenen Manieren, selbe aufzufinden, aufzubewahren und anzusetzen.

      Hadamar. Gelehrten-Buchhandlung.1811.. 17 x 11 cm. 71 Seiten. 2. Buch 166 Seiten. Einfacher Pappband der Zeit.. Mit zwei gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Beigebunden; Deutschlands eryptogamische Gewächse nach ihren natürlichen Standorten geordnet von Phil. Maxim Opiz. Ein Anhang zur Flora Deutschlands von Joh. Christ. Röhling. Leipzig, 1817 bei Ambrosius Barth. In Band 1 Wasserfleck auf Vorsatzpapier und kleiner Wurm Gang in beiden Teilen. Exbibliotheca C. Honsell.

      [Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG]
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        An Analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England

      London: Cadell and Davies, 1811. Octavo; an excellent copy in contemporary half calf (spine renewed) and marbled boards, new endpapers. First edition of a rare piece by of one of Australia's first civilian judges, one of our first poets (and warm friend of Charles Lamb), and a man often unfairly remembered by the young Disraeli's dismissive description, "a noisy, obtrusive, jargonic judge". The nature of Field's book is made clear by the full title: "An Analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries… in a series of questions to which the student is to frame his own answers, by reading that work". This copy has neat marginal annotations by John De Mole, who has signed the title-page in London in 1816. Unknown to Ferguson and to the 1986 Addenda, this is one of Field's earliest publications, written at a time when he was supporting himself by his literary endeavours.

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        Handgeschriebene Memorabilien ab 9. Juni 1811 aus dem Umfeld am Hofe von Großherzog Friedrich August I. im Großherzogtum Oldenburg.

      1811.. Schöner alter Ganzleder Maroquin-Einband mit ornamentaler Goldprägung auf beiden Buchdeckeln und Buchrücken. Allseitiger Goldschnitt. Einband etwas berieben und Goldprägung verblasst. Auf dem Titelschild des Vorderdeckels ist ein Zitat von Friedrich Schiller geprägt: "Was wir als Schönheit hier empfunden wird einst als Wahrheit uns entgegen gehn". Auf dem hinteren Deckel befindet sich Schillers Zitat "Das Herz ist Gottes Stimme; Menschenwerk ist aller Klugheit künstliche Berechnung". Vorsatzblätter aus Marmorpapier. 396 Seiten (eine Seite mit Textverlust). Fast alle Seiten mit schöner Handschrift beschrieben (von einer gebildeten Dame; eventuell eine der Hofdamen).. Für jede Seite ist oben rechts der Tag und der Monat handschriftlich vorbereitet worden. Vom 1. Januar bis 31. Dezember 1811. Das Blatt 27./28. April wurde von der Verfasserin entfernt und handschriftlich berichtigt. Die Blätter 21.-24. Mai und 24./25. Juli fehlen ohne Berichtigung. Zu fast jedem Tag sind teils mehrseitige Wiedergaben damaliger Literatur und Lyrik geschrieben worden. Es finden sich Zitate aus den Werken von Goethe, Lenz, Novalis, Körner, Schiller, Herder, Tieck, von Hutten, Heinrich von Collin, Ludwig Uhland, Lessing, Klopstock, Eckermann, Lenau und vielen anderen. Neben diesen schönen handschriftlichen Wiedergaben sind spätere, nachträgliche Notizen zu aktuellen Anlässen von Interesse. Diese nicht chronologisch vorgenommenen Notizen befinden sich meist im Kopf der Seiten mit einem Strich von den 1811 geschriebenen Texten getrennt. Auf einer Seite befindet sich beispielsweise der Vermerk "14. d. M. 1835 Tauftag unserer Cecilie, unserer Großherzogin (geb. Prinzessin von Schweden)..." (d. i. Cecilie von Oldenburg). / Unter dem Tag "29. Januar" die Notiz "Alexanders Geburtstag". "In ein Stammbuchblatt im März 1810 Alexander von Rennenkampf" (Anm.: jener war großherzoglicher holstein-oldenburgischer Oberkammerherr bei Paul Friedrich August von Oldenburg und befreundet mit Alexander von Humboldt) / Im März 1824 "zum Todestag unserer geliebten Herzogin Antoinette..." (d. i. Antoinette von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld, Herzogin von Württemberg) / unter dem 14. März: "Luises Geburtstag in Oldenburg 1824" (d. i. vermutlich Prinzessin Luise von Preußen) und zahlreiche weitere Vermerke zu Geburtstagen (z. B. in Kopenhagen), Termine der Rückkehr aus Dänemark, Ankünfte in Oldenburg, Alexanders Rückkehr nach Oldenburg. Notizen aus unterschiedlichen Jahren bis 1841. Besonders die Ankunftzeiten geben Informationen über die Besuche im Großherzogtum Oldenburg.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Elke Rehder]
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        Observations on the Natural History, Climate, and Diseases of Madeira, During a Period of Eighteen Years.

      London: Printed for J. Callow Medical Bookseller 1811 - First Edition, viii,[ii],158,[2]pp., with the errata leaf and final publishers advert leaf, text lightly browned, new endpapers, modern boards, spine printed paper label. William Gourlay is described on the title page as being a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh; and Physician to the British Factory at Madeira. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A TREATISE ON AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS (TWO VOLUMES)

      Edinurgh / London: Oliphant, Waugh & Innes / Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, 1811 First Edition. 8vo. (2), 6-9, xii-xix, 473 pp; viii, 459, (1), 6 engraved plates. Full calf, respined, with old spine laid down and signs of expert repairs mainly at head and tail on both vols. Raised bands. New end-papers throughout. A few light spots of foxing to title-page and first few leaves in Vol 1. A tight and handsome set of this important work on the history and development of Agriculture.. 1st Edition.

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        A System of Anatomy for the Use of Students of Medicine (2 Volume Set)

      Thomas Dobson 1811 - 2 volume set. 24 cm. Contemporary leather binding. Red leather spine labels. Internally very good. xii, 422 pp, folding table; viii, 453 pp. Clean, unmarked pages. Vol 1 front board detached. Hinges cracked. Hardcover. Discrete library stamps and markings. Dr. F.S. Hopkin's signature on verso. Austin 2082. Kaufman II: 814. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Analysis of Blackstone's commentaries on the laws of England , in a Series of Questions, to Which the Student is to Frame His Own Answers, by Reading that Work

      London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1811. Octavo; a very good copy in contemporary half calf, some wear to sides and extremities. First edition of a rare piece by of one of Australia's first poets and a famous judge. Better known to the book-collector as a poet (his First Fruits is a famous rarity) Field, who was in New South Wales from 1817 to 1824, was one of the colony's first civilian judges, one of our first poets (and warm friend of Charles Lamb), and a man often unfairly remembered by the young Disraeli's dismissive description, "a noisy, obtrusive, jargonic judge". Unknown to Ferguson and to the 1986 Addenda, this is one of Field's earliest publications, written at a time when he was supporting himself by his literary endeavours.

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        The History of Sumatra, Containing An Account of the Government, Laws, Customs and Manners Of the Native Inhabitants, With A Description of the Natural Productions, And A Relation of the Ancient Political State Of that Island

      Printed for the Author.. 3rd ed. with corrections, additions.. 1811.. Text only (does not include separately issued volume of plates). Folding map of Sumatra, full page plate Sumatran Alphabets, viii + 479pp + [8]pp index, small quarto, rebound in cloth, title label on spine, 1 x 5cm section clipped from upper corner of the title page, lacks prelims prior to frontis folding map, some foxing and browning on map and occasional in text, closed 8.5cm text from margin on map. .

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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 text, mostly to the first part of the book, 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 HISTORY OF LITTLE FANNY Exemplified in a Series of Figures.

      London, S. & J. Fuller, 1811.Seventh edition, 12mo, 125 x 100 mm, 5 x 4 inches, printed grey thin card covers, 15 pages of text including title page, 7 of 7 hand coloured paper doll figures, a movable head and 4 hats as required. Story in verse about little girl who has adventures after running away from home when she is not allowed to wear her new winter outfit. Tiny slit next to spine where ribbon was originally threaded, neat early inscription on front pastedown, pages clean, 6 figures have had some neat strengthening on reverse including the head and the doll's head held by the first figure, the movable head slightly darkened from handling. Original printed slipcase present but split at side and bottom, at some time repaired with gummed paper but no longer effective. Inscription dated 1815 at top of slipcase. Acceptable copy. First published in 1810 it was to prove a very popular item but fragile and rarely found complete. Osborne Volume I page 418 (4th edition) and II page 1052 (2nd edition). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        An Analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England?

      Cadell and Davies, London 1811 - Octavo; an excellent copy in contemporary half calf (spine renewed) and marbled boards, new endpapers. First edition of a rare piece by of one of Australia's first civilian judges, one of our first poets (and warm friend of Charles Lamb), and a man often unfairly remembered by the young Disraeli's dismissive description, "a noisy, obtrusive, jargonic judge". The nature of Field's book is made clear by the full title: "An Analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries? in a series of questions to which the student is to frame his own answers, by reading that work". This copy has neat marginal annotations by John De Mole, who has signed the title-page in London in 1816. Unknown to Ferguson and to the 1986 Addenda, this is one of Field's earliest publications, written at a time when he was supporting himself by his literary endeavours. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher

      Stockdale, London 1811 - Four volumes, octavo; contemporary diced calf, gilt, fine set. Good set of the works of three of the great dramatists, with an engraved frontispiece of each author by Audinet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of...Joseph Addison. With Notes by Richard Hurd

      London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1811 London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1811. â??New Edition.â? Six volumes; bound (Sotheranâ??s) in green full straight grain morocco; all edges gilt; covers decorated in blind with gilt borders; raised bands with gilt lettering and decoration in gilt and blind. The spines are very slightly faded; near fine.

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        A NEW MAP OF NOVA SCOTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND &c. FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES.

      London. 1811 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 52 x 46 cm. Very good condition, some offset, a little browning to centrefold. A fine map of Nova Scotia showing Prince Edward Island, part of New Brunswick and New Foundland. 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. Cary's New Universal Atlas.

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        Poems by William Cowper of the Inner Temple. In two volumes

      London - J. Johnson, 1811. London - J. Johnson, 1811 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A wonderful collection of Cowper's evocative poetry. A New Edition. Complete in two volumes. Printer's ink stamp of T. Bensley, London, to title verso. The stages of William Cowper's life: forced into a career in the law that he did not want, forbidden from marrying the woman he loved, and insensed by certain religious and political views of his cousin, can be found within the lines of his verse. His words very much encapsulate the zeitgeist of the late 1700s. The religious tone of The Task, its domesticity, and its treatment of such topics as slavery and consideration for animals, areall anticipated themes associated with the evangelical revival which began in the late 1780s. The clash between Cowper's horror at his cousin's theories and his sense of family and personal obligations unleashed a great burst of creative energy. In the four months from December 1780 to March 1781 Cowper composed 2700 lines of verse, moral satires, in pentameter couplets. This portrait of a man divided particularly demonstrates the conflicting nature of the era. DNBCondition: In decorative full calf bindings. Externallysmart with only mild wear to extremities. The front joints are starting. Internally, firmly bound. Generally bright and clean with just occasional light spotting to first and last few pages as usual. There is a previous owner's label with copperplate signature to front free-endpaper. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        POEMS

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

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        The Christian's Best Companion

      nbsp;Bungay - C. Brightly and Co., 1811. nbsp;Bungay - C. Brightly and Co., 1811 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches. Ornamented with 6 engravingsA religiousbook of prayer that also includes a table of the movable feasts, sections on evenings prayer and holy communion. Featuring a beautifully illustrated frontispiece and half titlepage. Condition: Expertly rebacked in a full calf binding. Externally, nice colour with just some wear to the edges. Internally, firmly bound, foxing to endpapers but otherwise generally bright. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Ueber den altdeutschen Meistergesang. [Von Jacob Grimm].,

      Göttingen: Heinrich Dieterich 1811 - 194, (2) Seiten. Frakturdruck. Mit einem Kupferstich (Dreiblättriges Kleeblatt) auf dem Titel. Erste Buchveröffentlichung Jacob Grimms in Erstausgabe, seinen beiden Brüdern Wilhelm und Ferdinand gewidmet. - Wilpert/Gühring 1; Goedeke I, 308; - Borst 1132. - Jacob Grimms Abhandlung 'Über den altdeutschen Meistergesang' setzte den wohl wichtigsten Markstein der neuzeitlichen Meistersangforschung. Es war seine einzige umfangreichere literarhistorische Studie; noch in frischem jugendlichen Schwung geschrieben, zeigt sie exemplarisch seinen Umgang mit Dichtung. - Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Signaturschild auf dem Rücken sowie Stempel auf der Titelseite und unterem Schnitt. Einband minimal berieben und an den Kanten leicht bestoßen. Schnitt leicht angestaubt. Innen gleichmäßig nur leicht gebräunt; einige kleinere zeitgenössische Marginalien in Tinte. - Sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar der bedeutenden Erstausgabe in einem schönen, steinmarmorierten Einband der Zeit. - Very good ex-library copy in marbled contemporary binding, first edition of Jacob Grimm's first publication. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 490 8° (19,5 x 12,5 cm). Marmorierter Pappband mit gelbgefärbtem Schnitt. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. 3 Bände (komplett). With a life of the author.

      London: Printed for Maynard; an F. Zinke; 1811.. 22,5 cm. lxxi, 360; vi, 512; vi, 448 S., Index. Ohldr. Kanten bestossen und beschabt. Rückengelenke etw. angeplatzt. Vorsätze schwach stockfleckig. Sehr vereinzelt etw. stock- bzw. braunfleckig und mit angerandetem Schnitt. Sonst keine Mängel.. Die erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden ökonomischen Werkes, an dem Smith zehn Jahre lang schrieb, erschien 1776 in zwei Bänden. - In einem Aufsatz in dem Buch "Printing and the Mind of Man" (1967; deutscher Titel: Bücher die die Welt verändern, 1968 bei Prestel) heißt es dazu: "Die Geschichte der Nationalökonomie bis zum Ende des 19.Jahrhunderts besteht aus zwei Abschnitten: der merkantilistischen Phase, die weniger auf einer Doktrin beruht als auf einem System der Praxis, das sich aus den sozialen Verhältnissen ergab, und der zweiten Phase, welche die Lehre sich entwickeln sah, daß der Einzelmensch das Recht habe, in der Ausübung seiner wirtschaftlichen Tätigkeit nicht behindert zu werden. Man kann zwar nicht sagen, Smith habe diese Lehre erfunden - die Physiokraten hatten bereits darauf hingewiesen und Turgot im besonderen hatte eine durchgearbeitete Studie des gesellschaftlichen Wohlstandes entworfen -, doch ist sein Werk die erste wirkliche Ausführung dieser Theorie. Er beginnt mit dem Gedanken, daß die Arbeit die Quelle ist, aus der das Volk das bezieht, was es braucht. Die Verbesserung der Arbeitsteilung ist das Maß der Produktivität, und in ihr wurzelt der Hang des Menschen zum Tauschhandel: 'Arbeit ist das wirkliche Maß des Tauschwerts aller Waren ... sie ist ihr wirklicher Preis; das Geld ist nur ihr nomineller Preis'. Die drei wesentlichen Elemente der Arbeit und so auch des Preises sind Lohn, Unternehmergewinn und Grundrente, und diese drei schaffen auch die Einkommen. Vom Wirken der Wirtschaft wendet sich Smith ihrem Ergebnis zu, dem 'Stock' oder Warenbestand, der alles umfaßt, was der Mensch entweder für seinen Eigengebrauch oder um des Ertrags willen besitzt, den es ihm bringt. 'Der Wohlstand der Nationen' schließt mit einer Geschichte der Wirtschaftsentwickklung, einem scharfen Angriff auf das Merkantilsystem und einigen prophetischen Überlegungen über die Grenzen der Wirtschaftskontrolle. Während die Erforschung der politischen Aspekte der Menschenrechte zwei Jahrhunderte in Anspruch genommen hatte, bestand Smiths Leistung darin, daß er die Untersuchung der wirtschaftlichen Aspekte in einem einzigen Werk bis zum gleichen Punkte vortrieb. Sein 'Wohlstand der Nationen' stellt kein System dar, aber als vorläufige Analyse ist das Werk völlig überzeugend. Die Sicherheit seiner Kritik und sein Verständnis der menschlichen Natur haben es zum ersten und zum bedeutendsten unter den klassischen Werken der modernen Volkswirtschaftslehre gemacht." - Als Beilage dazu: Horst Claus Recktenwald: Adam Smith - Sein Leben und sein Werk. München: C.H. Beck, 1976. 1. Aufl. XIV, 311 S. Oln. - OS. Sehr guter Zustand. Mit halbseitiger Widmung des Autors. = Zum 200. Geburtstag des Klassikers 'Der Wohlstand der Nationen'. Die geistige Grundlage der modernen Marktwirtschaft 1776-1976.

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        Observations on the Expediency of Shipbuilding at Bombay, from the Service of his Majesty, and of the East India Company

      London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Browne, 1811. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Browne, 1811. First edition, iv, [1], 73, [1, blank], 14 [appendices]pp., engraved portrait frontispiece (lightly offset), presentation copy from the author, ownership signature of "J. D. Thomson[?] July 1812", final leaf a little creased and frayed, recent boards. William Taylor Money, Superintendent of the Marine at Bombay, here champions the properties of teak as the ideal wood to use in shipbuilding due to its resistance to attack from worm.

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        Metodo pel Clavicembalo... a Sua Altezza Imperiale Il Principe Eugenio Napoleone di Francia Vice Re d'Italia dedicato dall' Autore

      Milano: Ricordi [PN 100]. [1811 or 1812]. Oblong folio. Full vellum boards. [1] (title), [2] (blank), [3] (dedication), [4] (privilege), [5-6] (preface), 7-84, [iv] (index and list of subscribers) pp. Engraved. With musical examples throughout. Subscribers include Bonifazio and Giovanni Asioli, Simone Mayr, Alessandro Rolla and Carlo Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's eldest son). Binding worn, rubbed, bumped, slightly stained and quite warped. Slightly worn and foxed; light marginal staining throughout; lower outer corners of several leaves frayed with slight paper loss. . First Edition. Very scarce. OCLC (one copy only in the U.S.). "... when the [Milan] conservatory was founded [Pollini] was made an Honorary Member...This was the first Italian piano method and it remained in use for many years, achieving wide circulation. It stands out from other treatises of the period (by Clementi, Adam, Dussek and Pleyel) for the particular attention Pollini pays to the relationship between technique and sound-quality." Elena Biggi Parodi in Grove online

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        Indispensable Accomplishments

      London: H. Humphreys, 1811. - Six Humorous Hand-Colored Engraved Hunting Scenes FRANKLAND, Sir Robert. COPLOW, Billesdon (pseudonym). Indispensable Accomplishments London: Published by H. Humphrey, 1811.First edition. Oblong folio (10 5/8 x 14 5/8 inches; 270 x 370 mm.). Engraved title and six numbered hand-colored engraved plates with interleaves. Seventeen blank leaves at rear.Bound by Morrell (stamp-signed) in later full green crushed morocco with gilt frame and equine-themed gilt corner-pieces. Gilt-ruled raised bands. Gilt ornamented and decorated compartments. Broad gilt dentelles. Top edge gilt. With the leather bookplate of Joseph Widener and armorial bookplate of Clarence S. Bemens. An excellent copy of this rare series of hunting scenes. OCLC locates only one copy (at Harvard). "Ev’ry species of ground ev’ry Horse does not suit;/What’s a good Country Hunter may here prove a Brute;/And, unless for all sorts of strange fences prepar’d,/A Man and his Horse are sure to be scar’d" (engraved title)."As every Country Gentleman may not comprehend the force of this expression, he ought to know, that the Meltonians hold every Horse cheap, which cannot Go along a slapping pace, Stay at that pace, Skim ridge & furrow, Catch his Horses, Top a flight of Rails, Come well into the next field, Charge an Ox fence, Go in and out clever, Face a Brook, Swish at a Rasper, and in short, Do all that kind of thing, phrases so plain & intelligible, that it’s impossible to mistake their meaning. That Horse is held in the same contempt in Leicestershire, as a Coxcomb holds a Country Bumpkin. In vulgar Countries, (i.e. all others) where these Accomplishments are not Indispensable, he may be a Hunter." Signed: Billesdon Coplow (engraved title).Sir Robert Frankland (1784-1849), Seventh Baron of Thirkelby, was an MP and artist, a talented amateur who later succeeded to the baronetcy as Sir Robert Frankland-Russell. He was the almost exact contemporary of Henry Alken Senior and this set of engravings was the inspiration for Alken’s Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders.In 1815, Henry Alken published a rejoinder to Indispensable Accomplishments: Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders, or The Reverse of Sporting Phrases Taken from the Work Entitled Indispensable Accomplishments: "In looking over that very amusing work call’d Indispensable Accomplishments sign’d Billesdon Coplow with which I was very much delighted but could not forbear remarking that he consider’d it only necessary that the horse should come well into the next field, charge an ox fence, go in and out clever, face a brook & swish at a rasper he does not mention that to do all that kind of thing it is necessary he should be mounted by a rider of judgment and courage. I have undertaken beging [sic] his pardon to mount well qualified horses with unqualified riders and to shew the figure those horses are likely to cut during the day" (Tooley 44: "The first of Alken’s coloured books").The Plates:1. Going along a slapping pace.2. Topping a flight of Rails, and coming well into the next Field.3. Charging an Ox-fence.4. Going in and out clever.5. Facing a Brook6. Swishing at a Rasper."The London bindery of W. T. Morrell was established c. 1861 as successor to the firm begun by Francis Bedford, who, in turn, had assumed control of the esteemed bindery of Charles Lewis. Sarah T. Prideaux, in "Modern Bookbindings," states that Morrell had a very large business that supplied "all the booksellers with bindings designed by his men," bindings that were "remarkable for their variety and merit." Schwerdt I, pp. 186-187. Silzer, p. 122. Tooley 158 (under Billesdon Coplow). Not in Abbey. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The historie of Cambria, now called Wales: A part of the most famous Yland of Brytaine, written in the Brytish language aboue two hundred yeares past [1584]

      Reprinted for John Harding, London, 1811. Reprint of original 1584 ed. xxxvi+355pp. Rebacked, spine with 7 raised bands, decorative tooling in between and gilt letters giving the title as Lhoyd's Cambria by Powel. Each account of a specific ruler is preceded by a small engraving purporting to represent the person concerned. Marbled endpapers, front board has some marks and scuffing, inside clean and bright. Started as a translation with amendments of Brut y Tywysogion, a Welsh version of 12th century texts originally in Latin, but probably representing the work of several contributors, making the attribution to Caradoc alone unsafe. Nevertheless an important historical source, beginning with Cadwaladr in the 7th and ending with Llywelyn ap Gruffydd in the 13th century, followed by English-born princes of Wales up to 1564. This book also contains the first printed account in English of how the son of one of the Princes, Madoc ap Owen Gwynedd, discovered America in 1170, over 300 years before Columbus.

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        ELLEN, or The Naughty Girl Reclaimed, A Story, exemplified in a series of figures.

      Second edition. Comprising a printed slipcase containing a 19 page book, containing loosely laid in, nine shaped figures, a movable head and 2 hats, loosely laid inside; all the figures and accessories being hand-coloured aquatints. Lacking three hats, slipcase restored at one side; else an excellent copy.

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        Altdänische Heldenlieder, Balladen und Märchen. Übersetzt von Wilhelm Carl Grimm.

      Heidelberg, Mohr und Zimmer 1811.. Gestochener, teils kolorierter Titel. XL, 545 Seiten. Schwarzes Leinen um 1870, Rückenprägung in Gold.. WG 1; Kayser III,93; Borst 1133. 1. Ausgabe seines Erstlingswerks. Ursprünglich als vierter Band von 'Des Knaben Wunderhorn' gedacht, mit der gedruckten Widmung an Arnim und Brentano. Zeichnung und Stich des Titels von Ludwig Emil Grimm nach Dürerschen Vorlagen. Neufforge 410: "Von bekannter Seltenheit".- Titel angefalzt und etwas beschnitten, durchgehend stockfleckig.

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        Voyage de Humboldt et Bonpland. Troiseieme Partie. Essai Politique sur le Royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne. Atlas Geographique et Physique du Royaume de Nouvelle-Espagne

      Paris F Schoell 1811. G- : in Good (minus) condition without dust jacket. Ex lib (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) with stamps. Volume II lacking backstrip of spine. Occasional closed running tears to pages within (with no loss to text) Scattered foxing throughout. Lacks plates [First French Edition] Brown cloth spine on brown boards 370mm x 280mm (15" x 11"). xcii, 867pp. [The Voyage of Humboldt and Bonpland. Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain. Geographical and Physical Atlas of the Kingdom of New Spain]. On their many expeditions, Humboldt and Bonpland collected plant, animal, and mineral specimens, studied electricity (including discovering the first animal that produced electricity, Electrophorus electricus, the electric eel), did extensive mapping of northern South America, climbed mountains (and set altitude records), observed astronomical phenomena, and performed many scientific observations. The scientist Carlos Montufar (who later became a revolutionary in Ecuador) acconpanied them on part of the trip. Humboldt discovered what is now called the Humboldt Current off the west coast of South America, while he was investigating why the interior of Peru was so dry. It is a cold ocean current that runs along much of the western coast of South America, and is also known as the Peru Current. Humboldt was the first European to witness native South Americans preparing curare arrow poison from a vine. He was also the first person to recognize the need to preserve the cinchona plant (its bark contains quinine, which is used to cure malaria, and it was terribly over-harvested at the time). Humboldt was the first person to make accurate drawings of Inca ruins in South America (he visited the ruins at Canar, Peru). Humboldt and Bonpland discovered and mapped the Casiquiare Canal, the only natural canal in the world that connects two major rivers (the Orinoco River and the Negro River, a tributary of the Amazon). Humboldt was also the first person to discover the importance of guano (the dried droppings from fish-eating birds); it is an excellent fertilizer. Heavy set. Shipping Supplement may apply.

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        Allgemeines Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch für die gesammten deutschen Erbländer der Österreichischen Monarchie.

      Wien, Aus der k. k. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1811.. I. Theil (...III.Theil) Alphabetisches Register über den Inhalt der drey Theile. Oktav. (I:) XV, 110 S.; (II:) 395 S.; (III:) 56 S.; (Register:) Ttlbl., CLXXVI S. Gesetzbuch angereichert mit handschriftlichen Anmerkungen. Drei Teile in drei zeitgenössischen Halblederband. Erste Ausgabe der österreichischen Kodifikation, mindestens aus dem Jahr des Erstdruckes. Klarer kräftiger gut leserlicher Druck auf etwas fleckigem , aber festem Papier. Tatsächliche ERSTAUSGABE der bis 1909 in Titelauflage erschienenen ersten Auflage!; Tatsächliche ERSTAUSGABE der bis 1909 in Titelauflage erschienenen ersten Auflage!. Die wichtigste Kodifikation nach dem Allgemeinen Preußischen Landrecht und dem Code Napoleon war das Allgemeine Bürgerliche Gesetzbuch von Österreich. Die Zivilrechtskodifikation von Österreich war das gesetzgeberische Werk des großen österreichischen Juristen Franz von ZEILLER (1753-1828). Zeiller, der an der Universität Wien im Jahre 1783 der Lehrstuhlnachfolger des Naturrechtlers Martini wurde, war besonders von Immanuel Kant beeinflußt. Die systematische Ordnung des ABGB von 1811 läßt zudem den Einfluß des großen preußischen Rechtsphilosophen Christian Wolff erkennen. Die Kodifikation ist in drei Bücher unterteilt, die in 1.502 Paragraphen aufgeschlüsselt sind: 1: Von dem Personenrechte 2: Vond em Sachenrechte 3: Von den gemeinschaftlichen Bestimmungen der Personen- und Sachenrechte.

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