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        Essai Politique sur le Royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne

      Paris - F. Schoell, 1811 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The octavo five volume first edition of Humboldt's extensive geographical, socialand economic study of 'New Spain'. In a fine uniform binding, and including the elegant fold-outCarte du Mexique. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and blindstamped decoration. Complete in Five Volumes. Includes a beautifully engraved Carte du Mexiquefold-out map in Volume I and fold-out Tableau physique de la Nouvelle-Espagnein Volume II. view. = of= point= science= political= and= historical-sociological= an= from= written= country= single= a= on= monographs= first= the= one= becomes= thereby= work= thiemer-sachse= ursula= as= system. = health= public= population= situation= social= structure= into= investigations= studies= statistical= agriculture= aspects= geographical= economic= contains= physical= besides=> Humboldt's works on Mexico by Ulrike Leitner. Includes the dedication to Charles IV. From the library at Newton Hall, the 18th century country house and estate in Northumberland. Newton Hall became the home of author Samuel Edward Widdrington, formerly Cook. With a pencilledprivate shelfmark to the front free-endpapers. With the armorial bookplate of S. E. Widdrington to the front pastedown. Samuel Edward Widdrington (formerly Cook), 1787 - 1856, was an English writer on Spain. Having served in the Royal Navy he lived for some years in Spain. He served as High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1854. He was a fellow of the Royal Society, and the Royal Geographical Society. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. There is only mild wear to the extremities,with justmild rubbing. Internally the pages have just very slight browning and only the occasional light foxing, prominent to the first and last few pages. With a small closed tear to the second leaf of the dedication only. The map has spotting andmarks, but do not affect legibility. Overall the condition is very good indeed..

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        An Account of the Empire of Marocco, and the Districts of Suse and Tafilelt; . to which is added an account of Shipwrecks on the Western Coast of Africa, and an interesting account of Timbuctoo, the Great Emporium of Central Africa

      London: W. Bulmer and Co, 1811. 4to., (10 2/8 x 8 2/8 inches). Engraved frontispiece portrait of author. Folding engraved map of ". West Barbary." routes with contemporary hand-color in outline, 6 folding plates, including one hand-colored of a chameleon, and 7 plates, including a map of the ". tract as followed by the Caravans from Fas to Timbuctoo." (some spotting and offsetting, one or two repairs to folds on verso). Modern brown cloth. Provenance: Near contemporary ownership inscription of Thomas Bacon, Ridland on original front free endpaper. Second edition, first published in 1809. "Corrected, newly arranged and considerably enlarged". The book contains a vast trove of information about Morocco of this time period. Rivers, mountains and climate are described in detail. Zoology is described as is metallic, mineral and vegetable productions. The author also gives an eye-witness account of the plague that ravaged west Barbary in 1799-1800. Chapter XI discusses Morocco as a trading power, its imports and exports and Britain's relationship with Morocco. Chapter XII describes the capture and enslavement of Europeans in Morocco, and gives suggestions of how to alleviate their suffering and win their freedom. He suggests Great Britain give the Vice Consul there the funds to buy the freedom of those captured. Abbey Travel 296. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department.

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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), 5-84, [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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        Autograph Letter, Signed ("Th Jefferson"), to James L. Edwards of Boston, 5 September 1811, refusing the demands of a newspaper publisher

      Monticello, sep. 5 11 [1811]. 4to. Pen and ink on paper. 1-1/2 pp. on a single leaf, with separate leaf folded as cover, addressed and franked with Jefferson's signature. Clean, partial split along one fold, old 1/16-inch archival repairs to three corners, else fine. Cover leaf with modest soiling, traces of seal. In blue half morocco slipcase. Writings of Thomas Jefferson (1907) XIII, pp. 82-4 . Jefferson Refuses a Demand "for certain services performed" An interesting Jefferson letter, in which he rebuffs a request for payment of a thousand dollars by the editor of the SAVANNAH REPUBLICAN newspaper. He stridently objects to the payment demand, and seeks to defend his honor and reputation in setting his correspondent straight. Jefferson subscribed to a number of newspapers while he was President, including the SAVANNAH REPUBLICAN. He cancelled almost all of these subscriptions, including that for the REPUBLICAN, when he left office at the beginning of 1809, taking care to pay all his outstanding bills. It appears from this letter that Norman McLean, one-time editor of the REPUBLICAN, promised his successor, James Edwards, that he would pay Edwards money he owed him once he collected $1000 owed McLean by Jefferson. Edwards wrote Jefferson on August 20, 1811, asking for the money that Jefferson owed McLean. In the present letter, Jefferson stridently objects to the request, and insists that his account with McLean is settled. A review of Jefferson's memorandum and account books corroborates Jefferson's claim. McLean was seemingly trying to forestall Edwards's requests for payments by claiming that Jefferson still owed him money, and that he would pay Edwards when he was paid by Jefferson. Jefferson writes: "Sir, "Your letter of August 20th has truly surprised me. In that it is said that, for certain services performed by Mr. James Lyon and Mr. Samuel Morse, formerly editors of the Savannah Republican, I promised them the sum of 1000 D. This, Sir, is totally unfounded. I never promised to any printer on earth the sum of 1000 D., nor any other sum, for certain services performed, or for any services which that expression would imply. I have had no accounts with printers but for their newspapers, for which I have paid always the ordinary price and no more. I have occasionally joined in moderate contributions to printers, as I have done to other descriptions of persons, distressed or persecuted, not by promise, but the actual payment of what I contributed. When Mr. Morse went to Savannah, he called on me and told me he meant to publish a paper there, for which I subscribed, and paid him the year in advance. I continued to take it from his successors, Everett & McLean, and Everett & Evans, and paid for it at different epochs up to December 31, 1808, when I withdrew my subscription. You say McLean informed you 'he had some expectation of getting the money, as he had received a letter from me on the subject.' If such a letter exists under my name, it is a forgery. I never wrote but a single letter to him; that was of the 28th of January, 1810, and was on the subject of the last payment made for his newspaper, and on no other subject; and I have two receipts of his, (the last dated March 9, 1809) of payments for his paper, both stating to be in full of all demands, and a letter of the 17th of April, 1810, in reply to mine, manifestly showing he had no demand against me of any other nature. The promise is said to have been made to Morse & Lyon. Were Mr. Morse living, I should appeal to him with confidence, as I believe him to have been a very honest man. Mr. Lyon I suppose to be living, and will, I am sure, acquit me of any such transaction as that alleged. The truth, then, being that I never made the promise suggested, nor any one of a like nature to any printer or other person whatever, every principle of justice and of self-respect requires that I should not listen to any such demand." Jefferson sent James Lyon a copy of the letter the same day: "You will perceive at once its swindling object. My confidence in your character leaves me without a doubt of your honest aid in repelling this base and bold attempt to fix on me practices to which no honors or powers in this world would ever have induced me to stoop. I have solicited none, intrigued for none." Jefferson died severely in debt, and he was plagued by money problems throughout his life. He was not doubt sensitive to the problem of his outstanding accounts and, as this letter shows, overly sensitive to demands for money which he did not owe. An evocative letter

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        The First Book of Poetry

      London - M. J. Godwin, 1811 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce, early first edition of this book of poetry for schools. By Charles and Mary Lamb, published under the pseudonym W. F. Mylius. With two engravings: a frontispiece and one further plate, both illustrative of the plate. The workcontains 22 items from Poetry for Children (1809), and selections from other authors as well as a new poem, A Birth-Day Thought. In the earlier editions such as this, A Birth-Day Thought is signed M. L. , changed to C. L. in later editions. It is rare to find this book in this conditions as copies are usually read to the point of disintegration. According to Thomson's Bibliography, Lamb, in a letter to Robert Lloyd from 1809,attributes the poem The Beggar Manto his brother, John. Charles Lamb (10 February 1775 27 December 1834) was an English essayist, best known for his Essays of Elia and for the children's book Tales from Shakespeare, which he produced with his sister, Mary Lamb (17641847). With two sets of publisher's catalogues to rear. Previous owner's ink inscriptions to recto and verso of front free endpaper. With two leaves missing: pages 131-134. Condition: In original sheep binding. Externally, worn, bumped and rubbed with front board tender and rear board held by cords only. Cracking and slight loss to leather of backstrip. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages 131-134 missing. Slight marks to front and rear pastedowns, otherwise generally bright with the odd spot and mark. Overall: GOOD.

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

      circa 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. 11 1/2 x 14 3/4 inches. 13 1/4 x 16 inches. 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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        Lachesis lapponica;: Or, A tour in Lapland, now first published from the original manuscript journal of ... Linnaeus;

      White and Cochrane, 1811-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 2 volumes bound as 1. Full contemporary calf. Cracked down spine hinges, in mylar. Clean, unmarked pages. Woodcut illustrations throughout. E. Bibl. Radcl. book plate on verso. 1st English ed. An important work by the famous botanist and taxonist. <br>McIlhenny 137.Catalogue of the Works of Linnaeus in British Museum (1933) #188. Soulsby 192. Hulth 160. Junk p. 59 <br>Account of travels of Carl von Linne in Lapland in 1732, translated from original Swedish manuscript. Includes descriptions of Lapps and of flora. No Swedish edition appeared until 1888.

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        The Dramatic Works of Beaumont and Fletcher. In three volumes

      London - John Stockdale, 1811 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A lovely well bound large format set of the famous works. The brilliant collaborative plays of Jacobean playwrights Beaumont and Fletcher, &#39;printed from the text, and with the notes of the late George Colman&#39;. Featuringtwo portrait frontispieces of Beaumont and Fletcher to volume I. Complete in three volumes. Armorial bookplates of William Congreve Russell to front pastedowns. William Congreve Russell (15 April 17781850) was an Whig politician in England. Russell was commissioned a captain when the North Worcestershire Volunteers were formed in September 1803. He was elected at the 1832 general election as one of the two Members of Parliament for East Worcestershire, and held the seat until he stood down at the 1835 general election. He was also High Sheriff of Worcestershire in 1839. Kings Heath Park was made for him. Francis Beaumont (1584/51616) and John Fletcher (15791625) were the English dramatists who collaborated in their writing during the reign of James I (he reigned in England 1603-1625). They became famous as a team early in their association, so much so that their joined names were applied to the total canon of Fletcher, including his solo works and the plays he composed with various other collaborators Philip Massinger, Nathan Field, and many more. The first Beaumont and Fletcher folio of 1647 contained 35 plays; 53 plays were included in the second folio in 1679. Other works bring the total plays in the canon to about 55. While scholars and critics will probably never render a unanimous verdict on the authorship of all these plays especially given the difficulties of some of the individual cases contemporary scholarship has arrived at a corpus of about 12 to 15 plays that are the work of both men. (See the individual pages on Beaumont and Fletcher for more details). Nothing is known about Fletcher&#39;s life between his proceeding MA in 1598 (though he was probably still living with his uncle Giles in 1601) and his first involvement in writing a play, The Woman Hater (1606), with Francis Beaumont. From this time until his death in August 1625, he wrote or had a hand in over fifty plays. There is no evidence that Fletcher, like Shakespeare and Jonson, began acting before writing plays. He and Beaumont both seem to have been part of Jonson&#39;s circle at the Mermaid by the time of The Woman Hater. At first Beaumont and Fletcher wrote for the private children&#39;s acting companies, then c. 16081610 they began their connection with the King&#39;s Men at the Globe Theatre. Even in the seventeenth century the notion of what Beaumont and Fletcher denoted was quite hazy. Their first folio of 1647, Comedies and Tragedies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Gentlemen, clearly designed to rival the impressive folios of Shakespeare and Jonson, contained thirty-four plays and a masque; eighteen more plays were added in the second folio (1679). DNBGeorge Colman the elder (bap. 1732, d. 1794), playwright and theatre manager. In 1760, he produced his first play, Polly Honeycomb, which met with great success. In 1761, The Jealous Wife, a comedy partly founded on Tom Jones, made Colman famous. The death of Lord Bath in 1764 placed him in possession of independent means. In 1765 appeared his metrical translation of the plays of Terence; and in 1766, he produced The Clandestine Marriage, jointly with Garrick, whose refusal to take the part of Lord Ogleby led to a quarrel between the two authors. In the next year he purchased a fourth share in the Covent Garden Theatre, a step which is said to have induced General Pulteney to revoke a will by which he had left Colman large estates. Colman was acting manager of Covent Garden for seven years. In 1778 Colman brought out a ten-volume edition of the dramatic works of Beaumont and Fletcher with critical and explanatory notes and that summer he staged his adaptation of Fletcher&#39;s Bonduca, using Henry Purcell&#39;s music. Condition: Rebacked in calf with original calf boards. Externally very good,.

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        Anatomia Per Uso Dei Pittori e Scultori Di Giuseppe Del Medico Professore Di Chirurgia , 1811

      Presso Vincenzo Poggioli, Roma 1811 - Usual ex-library features. The pages are darkened and have age spotting and water stains. All pages are tight. A few pages have edge tears that have been skillfully repaired. Hinges have been repaired, but still weak. Marbled boards are rubbed and badly edge worn. Spine and corners have been reinforced with library tape. Tape is split along edge of spine and front cover is beginning to come loose. 84 pages of text plus 38 plates. The text is in Italian. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Rome/ Roma: Vincenzo poggioli, 1811. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 11 1/4 x 16 1/2 inches. 84 pages of text and 38 full-page illustrations. In most copies of this edition some illustrations are either printed in color or are hand-colored, in this copy all the illustrations are all in black and white with no colors anywhere. Condition of the book is Very Good; Covers lightly soiled, front hinge cracked, but holding,front joinr torn at top and bottom, top one inch of title page and page after it missing (cut off), small oval stamp reading "Christ. Kammerer Geschaft fur Zimmermaler - Stuttgart" on front cover and title page, written in ink at bottom of front cover " Con 38 tavola Roma 1811", Text pages are very clean with no yellowing, markings, or foxing, illustrations mostly have a few spots of foxing with 4 or 5 having light overall foxing. RGR

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        A General History of Quadrupeds

      Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London, 1811. A General History of Quadrupeds by Thomas Bewick. 1811 edition in full decorative leather with raised spines. Publisher: Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London, 1811. Book binder is Zaehnsdorf. Contains the bookplate of bibliophile Dean Sage of Albany, New York. Solidly bound, contents clean with occasionally light foxing. All fore edges gilded in gold. 5 ¼ x 8 ½ inches. 525 pages, followed by an ad for Bewick&#146;s A History of British Birds. Black and White illustrations throughout. Wonderful copy. Protected by Mylar. Inventory #11-486.. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

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        Conchology, or The Natural History of Shells

      London,: William Miller, 1811.. Folio, 61 handcoloured engraved plates, a few marks, bookplate of A.S. Marsden-Smedley; contemporary morocco, richly gilt, a little wear to the spine; an unusually fine copy with almost no offsetting of the plates. A superb copy of this classic shell-book, with shells from all of the great eighteenth-century collectors, including the collection of William and Elizabeth Bligh.Thomas Martyn's Universal Conchologist, published in London in 1784, was the finest eighteenth-century shell-book. Not until the next century was there another work to succeed in producing a scientific and artistic record of shells of the same calibre - George Perry's Conchology of 1810-11. Many of its new generic and specific names are now firmly entrenched in the scientific literature. It is acknowledged as one of the greatest and most handsome of English shell-books, and it is the only one with aquatint plates.The sixty-one plates are finely handcoloured and record the latest discoveries, including many from the Pacific Ocean and a number 'lately brought back from New Holland', or Van Diemen's Land; one is named Pyrula hunteria by Perry 'in honour of the Governor of that colony, whose exertions in the prosecution and encouragement of its natural history have been so particularly eminent...', and several examples from the collection of Colonel Patterson. Most of the specimens illustrated came from private collections or museums - highly fashionable at the time - among them Elizabeth Bligh's outstanding shell collection which contained many beautiful and rare examples obtained from the South Seas by her husband, William Bligh of the Bounty: shells known to have been in the Bligh collection and pictured here are the Triplex rosaria and the Hexaplex tenuis, the latter with the note that this 'curious shell is a native of the South Seas, and is from a specimen in the collection of Mrs. Bligh'.The preface states that the engravings are based on original drawings by "Mr. John Clarke" and it is entirely possible that this is the same John Clarke (1770-1863) who worked on John Eyre's famous four-part panorama of Sydney published in London in 1810. This may also have been the John Heaviside Clark who was responsible for the preparation of the finished drawings used as coloured aquatints in Foreign Field Sports (London, 1813-14); he is recorded by Benezit as a commercial artist working in London, who exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1801 and 1832.Nissen, ZBI 3134. See also S.P. Dance: 'A History of Shell Collecting', Leiden, 1986.

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        Conchology, or The Natural History of Shells: Containing a new arrangement of the genera and species, illustrated by coloured engravings executed from the natural specimens, and including the latest discoveries

      London: W. Bulmer and Co. for William Miller, 1811. First edition. . Occasional faint off-setting to text from some plates, due to a binder&#39;s error plate 12 is upside down, endpapers with faint foxing, all color plates and text bright and clean; a very good copy in a fine period binding.. Pp. (iv), 4, (122), (2), 61 fine aquatint engraved plates, printed in bistre and finished by hand-coloring. Contemporary paneled brown straight grain morocco, boards are bordered in gilt, spine is gilt and blind-stamped and divided into seven richly gilt compartments, lettered in the second, all page edges are gilt, folio (17 x 11.5 inches). This is clearly one of the finest of all nineteenth-century shell-books illustrated with exquisite plates. It is also the only shell book illustrated with aquatint plates. The fine plates are engraved, and colored after the original drawings by John Clarke. Many new generic and specific names are published here for the first time. The shells illustrated come for various private museums brought back from the South Pacific and New Zealand among others regions. Perhaps the most famous collection was put together by Elizabeth Bligh, wife of William Bligh of the H.M.S. Bounty; Captain Bligh collected these shells during many of his voyages. See also Nissen ZBI, 3134.

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        Scenery of China, Turkey, Etc. A Series of Views

      London,: Longmans,, 1811.. Oblong quarto, with 25 copper-engraved plates; original buff wrappers, lettered on the front cover within a decorative border, cloth spine; covers slightly browned and rubbed, some plates with light spots and marginal tears, generally a good copy. First edition: a selection of engravings including views of Nankin, Pekin, the Great Wall of China, the Plain of Troy, Siphanto, the mountains of Caucasus and various Turkish scenes ultimately used to illustrate Pinkerton's General Collection of the Best & Most Interesting Voyages & Travels (1808-1814). This is an early work by Cooke, a prominent line-engraver in the early-nineteenth century, best known for his engraved views of London and England. Cooke engraved many of Turner's drawings for the Picturesque Views on the Southern Coast of England. In 1826 he began his favourite work, Views in London and its Vicinity, which ended with the twelfth number before his death; and in 1833 produced Views of the Old and New London Bridges after drawings by his son Edward William Cooke. He was one of the original members of the Society of Associated Engravers.This separate issue of the engravings, predating the completion of Pinkerton's publication, is surprisingly rare: it is not recorded in the Blackmer catalogue despite its obvious interest, while NUC locates a single copy.Not recorded by L?wendahl, 'China Illustrata Nova'.

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        Erste Besteigung des Jungfrau. Gletschers in der Schweiz. [First Ascent of Jungfrau Glacier in Switzerland.]

      Weimar: Industrie-Comptoirs, 1811. ..... Reise auf den Jungfrau-Gletscher und Ersteigung seines Gipfels, durch die Herrn Rudolf Meyer und Hieron. [Travel to Jungfrau Glacier and Climbing its Summit, by Mr. Rudolf Meyer and Hieron.] Weitere Nachricht über die Reise der Gebrüder Meyer auf den Jungfrau-Gletscher. [More News about the Journey of the Meyer Brothers to the Jungfrau Glacier.] Three seperate reports in 37 pages. Text is in German. A scarce primary source account of the first ascent of the Jungfrau Glacier. This is a complete monthly issue, containing 383 pages, from which 37 pages are related to the above mentioned account. Attractively bound in period style brown cloth over blue marbled boards, titled in gilt to spine. This issue contains three separate contemporary reports on the first successful ascent of Jungfrau, a well-known Swiss mountain dominating the Lauterbrunnen valley, by two Swiss brothers, Rudolf and Hieronymus Meyer, who were accompanied by two chamois hunters from the Valais. The summit was first reached on the eastern or Valais side, on August 3, 1811, almost 100 years prior to the construction of the remarkable Jungfraujoch railway in 1912. They first had to reach the Aletschfirn, or the west branch of the Aletsch Glacier, and established a base camp north of the Aletschhorn. After 3 days climbing they successfully reached the summit. Their ascent was disputed, motivating them to repeat it the following September. Used the same route to demonstrate their inital and continued success, this time they carried a flag with them. These are the original pages printed in 1811, and NOT a reprint. This narrative is from a rare multi-volume geographical and scientific journal titled "Allgemeine Geographische Ephemeriden", which issued fifty volumes from 1798-1816 and which encompassed critical contemporary topics of geography and astronomy. Adam Christian Gaspari and Franz Xaver von Zach were editors of this important scientific journal. .

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        The Holy Bible, translated from the Latin Vulgate ... the Old Testament, first published by the English College at Doway, A.D. 1609, and the New Testament, first published by the English College at Rhemes, A.D. 1582; with annotations, references, and an historical and chronological index

      Manchester: Oswald Syers, 1811&#150;13. Folio (36.2 cm, 14.4"). [approx. 702] ff., lacking title&#150;page, but having both cancel and cancelland of N.T. L2 present; (several signatures incorrectly signed); 19 plts. (1 excised & laid in). Scarce sole edition. Sold without direct episcopal sanction, this folio edition of the Douai&#150; Rheims version was issued in rivalry with the better-known Haydock rendition and is the artefact of a sad story: The Catholic priests of Manchester, who mistakenly believed that Haydock&#39;s effort to print a Douai&#150;Rheims Bible had been abandoned after his move from that city to Dublin, therefore encouraged local printer Syers to produce his own edition &#151; only to restore their patronage to Haydock following the discovery of their error, leaving poor Syers in the lurch. The text generally follows the Challoner&#150;Rheims revision, although the notes are collected from various sources. The volume is illustrated with two frontispieces and 17 plates engraved by J. Bottomley, Symns and Mitchell, and others after paintings by Westall, Raphael, Reynolds, et al. Issued in parts in a small print run, this Bible is now uncommon, and => its plates are lovely. WorldCat locates only five copies in U.S. libraries. Darlow & Moule 1034. Contemporary acid-stained calf rebacked with mottled calf, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label, gilt-ruled raised bands, and blind-tooled compartment decorations; sides rubbed/scraped with leather worn over corners/edges, this not disfiguring/disturbing. Hinges (inside) reinforced with cloth tape, and the large volume now strong. Lacking title-page. Plate from Genesis I:4 removed, and laid back in with margins cut away. First few leaves with edges ragged. Pages with offsetting around plates; occasional light spots of staining, mostly confined to outer margins.

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      London: printed for J. Johnson and Co., 1811 Third edition. 3 vols. Presentation copy from the author&#39;s brother, Charles Sneyd Edgeworth. Each volume is signed and inscribed on the front endpaper to Florence Henrietta St. John Hough. Bound in contemporary dark blue morocco with gilt spines, boards and page edges. Some rubbing to spines, some wear to extremities, a few scuffs, and some light foxing to endpapers. An otherwise clean and tight set.. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        Sense and Sensibility [First Issue in Contemporary Boards]

      London: T. Egerton, 1811. First Edition with all three half-titles. Contemporary boards, expertly rebacked matching style brown leather in gilt ruling and lettering. Highly desirable copy with no textual repairs, all pages firm and tight in the binding. There is occasional foxing and browntoning as is almost always seen with this title. Overall a near fine set of Jane Austen&#39;s first novel and one of the greatest and most sought after novels ever written. In attractive folding linen clamshell box with morocco labels in gilt by Carolina Veenstra.

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        Historical Inquiries, Concerning Forests and Forest Laws, with Topographical Remarks, upon the Ancient and Modern State of the New Forest, in the County of Southampton

      London: T. Payne, 1811. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Recent antique style quarter-leather and marbled boards with a gilt lettered red leather title-piece within a gilt ruled spine compartment; binding and contents very firm, clean and bright with no inscriptions, no damp-stains and no splits; also, this copy not from a library and so no such stamps or labels. Size: Folio: 310mm x 255mm; collation: [4], iii, [3], vi, 227, [1, Errata], frontispiece engraved by C. Sheringham and a hand-coloured fold-out map; half-title present. Very scarce.

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      co? Tipi Bodoniani 1811 In-16 p. (mm. 160x112), 3 voll., bross. orig. (dorsi rifatti con tit. ms.), cc.nn. 2 (la prima bianca), pp. L, occhietto, pp. 113, c.nn. 1; pp. 130, c.nn. 1; cc.nn. 2 (la prima bianca), pp. 156, cc.nn. 2 (l?ultima bianca). L?edizione è introdotta dalle ?Memorie intorno alla persona e agli studj del Conte Aurelio Bernieri? (1706-1795), scritte da Giuseppe Adorni. Cfr. Brooks,1093. Solo qualche lieviss. fiorit. altrim. esemplare con barbe, ben conservato e parzialm. intonso.

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        Vue de Sion prise du coté du Levant

      stampata a colori tratta dalla famosa opera " Voyage Pittoresque de Genève à Milan par le Simplon " edita a Parigi da Firmin Didot nel 1811 mm 190x275

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      Molinari 1811 Tomi 12 in 6 volumi

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        Eclogae Plantarum Rariorum aut minus cognitarum quas ad vivum descripsit et iconibus coloratis illustravit...

      Vienna, Anton Strauss for the author, 1811-16. 2 volumes (text & atlas). Folio (485 x 345mm). pp. viii, 155, with 101 hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary boards. First edition, large uncut copy, of the major publication of Joseph Franz, son of and botanical successor to Nikolaus Joseph. Like his father's publications, this work features rare exotics recently introduced into cultivation in the Imperial gardens, including many South African species. Joseph Franz (1766-1839) had succeeded his father as director of the Schönbrunn gardens, and employed many of the same plant collectors that had worked for his father. A second volume, containing a further 67 plates, was published posthumously in 1844 by Eduard Fenzl and the author's daughter Isabella Schreibers, and is often missing (as for example in the Austrian National Library). This work is exceptionally rare, the Plesch-de Belder copy being the only one on the market in the last 50 years. All original wrappers to parts 1-10 bound in. Nissen BBI, 969; Great Flower Books p. 61; Stafleu and Cowan 3236; GV 66 215 (vol 1 only); Sammlungen der vereinten Familien- und Privat-Bibliotheken Sr. M. des Kaisers, vol. II 260 (vol 1 only); Wurzbach IX 25 (vol 1 only); Österreichs National-Encyklopädie III 5 (vol 1 only).

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        An Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul in 1793 [Nepal]

      G - in Good condition. Damage to mid spine with some loss to leather - cover otherwise rubbed with light marking. Occasional spotting & marginal light water stains sometimes impinging. Small repaired closed edge tears at hinge of fold-out map Reprint Leather cover 300mm x 240mm (12" x 9"). 386pp. Sotheby's invoice enclosed (1984). Complete with 16 plates including vignette on title page & extending map & colour plate. Bound without half-title or advertisements.

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        Voyages du Chevalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres lieux de l?Orient, enrichis d?un grand nombre de belles figures en taille-douce, représentant les Antiquités et les choses remarquables du pays. Nouvelle édition, soigneusement conférée sur les trois éditions originales, augmentée d?une Notice de la Perse, depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu?à ce jour, de Notes, etc. Par L. Langlès..

      Paris, Le Normant Imprimeur-Libraire, 1811. 1811 10 vol. in-8 e un atlante in-folio, pp. (4) XLVIII - 452; (4) 463; (4) 464; (4) 464; (4) 500; (4) 496; (4) 492; (4) 519; (4) 573, (4) 430. Atlante: 1 pagina di occhietto, frontespizio, ritratto di Chardin [disegnato e inciso da C. Macret], 1 grade carta geografica ripiegata con i confini colorati [P. Lapie] e 83 tra vedute, figure, esempi di alfabeti e costumi persiani. Con 6 graziose vignette incise all?inizio del testo alcuni volumi. Vol. di testo leg. in piena pelle dell?epoca, piatti inquadrati da filetto oro a motivo vegetale. Dorsi lisci con titoli su tassello, qualche cerniera accomodata ma ottime condizioni. Atlante leg. in mezza pelle recente, piatti carta marmorizzata (qualche strappo riparato, legg. aloni ad alcune tavole). La migliore edizione del resoconto dei viaggi in Persia di Chardin. Derivata dalle precedenti edizioni e curata dal grande orientalista francese Louis-Mathieu Langlès (1763 - 1824), fondatore e primo direttore della Scuola speciale di Lingue Orientali, dove insegnava persiano, uno dei fondatori della Società Geografica Parigi.Cfr. Brunet, I, 1802.

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        A new map of the county of Tyrol, and the republic of Venice; duchy of Mantva & c. &. c.

      Londra. 1811 Incisione di dimensioni 43x48,5 cm. Lievissimi segni di foxing. Pianta raffigurante la contea del Tirolo, la repubblica di Venezia e il ducato di Mantova. Non presenta alcuna originalità cartografica e figurativa, ma c?è una certa attenzione rivolta alla viabilità anche secondaria. Scheda bibliografica tratta da ?Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell?antica cartografia? di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 92.

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

      London, W. Miller, 1811. Folio. (iv), 4, (122), (2), with 61 handcoloured engraved plates. Later red half calf, spine with 5 raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering. Perry's remarkable book has been a subject of adverse criticism, especially of J.E. Gray, G.B. Sowerby and L.A. Reeve. This with regard to the generic and specific names and the sometimes fantastic shell forms with a bold application of improbable colours. Nonetheless many of its new generic and specific names are now firmly entranched in the literature to-day. It is one of the most enjoyable colourful shell books and the only one with aquatint plates. Most of the specimens illustrated came from various private museums, among them Elizabeth Bligh's outstanding shell collection, which contained many beautiful and rare examples obtained from the South Seas by her husband, William Bligh of the Bounty. "An important work on bivalves and univalves. A great many of the specimens are noted as coming from various parts of the Pacific, though there are none identified as having been collected from Hawaii. Twenty-three specimens are from New Holland and Van Diemen's Land, 10 from New Zealand, 15 from the 'South Seas', two from the Pacific Ocean, and one from 'Otaheite'" (Forbes, Hawaiian National Bibliography 1780-1900, no. 425). Some off-setting to plates as usual, a few leaves with small marginal tear. Nissen ZBI, 3134; Dance 243; Forbes 425.

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      MARTINIEdito nel 1811 a Venezia , in 8°, legatura in piena pergamena, tassello al dorso con titoli in oro, tagli spruzzati, pagg. 304 con 3 tavole fuori testo, ripiegate, al fine. Edizione veneziana, di questo famoso trattato del celebre anatomista e docente presso l'Università di Pavia per la Corte di Vienna. Buon esemplare.

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        L'art de conserver, pendant plusieurs années, toutes les substances animales et végétales; ouvrage soumis au Bureau consultatif des Arts et Manufactures, revêtu de son approbation, et publié sur l'invitation de S. Exc. le Ministre de l'Interieur [...]. Deuxième édition revue et augmentée de plusieurs observations et de nouvelles experiences.

      A Paris, chez Patris et Cie, Imprimeurs-Libraires, 1811, in-8, brossura muta originale, pp. 225, [1]. Con una tav. incisa in rame ripiegata f.t. Seconda edizione, ampiamente aumentata, d'un anno successiva alla prima. Appert descrive qui il suo metodo di conservare gli alimenti in lattina che rivoluzionò l'alimentazione del mondo occidentale. Bell'esemplare, a pieni margini. Firma autografa dell'autore sotto la rivendicazione di proprietà letteraria.

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        LINNÉ, CARL von.

      Lachesis lapponica, or a tour in Lapland, now first published from the original manuscript journal of the celebrated Linnæus; by James Edward Smith. I-II. London, R. Taylor and co., 1811. 8:o. XVI,366,(2 blanka) + (2),306 s. Med ett stort antal träsnitt i texten. Två häftade volymer i samtida gråbruna nötta och fläckiga pappomslag med knappt skönjbara handskrivna titeltexter i bläck och samtida blindtryckta delbeteckningar. Ryggen till del II defekt upptill och omslagen till bägge volymerna sköra i häftningen. Inlagda i moderna styva grå skyddomslag med gula titeletiketter och förgyllda nummerbeteckningar. Oskurna och rena inlagor. En del smärre bruksspår, t.ex på s. 179 i nedre marginalen och några småfläckar i yttermarginalen på s. 191-93 i del I. Del II har några sotfläckar på s. 177. Med Lucy Hardcastles namnteckning från mars 1829 och H. M. Stockdales namnteckning daterad den 12 mars 1853, en liten etikett från Thulin och Ohlsons antikvariat i Göteborg samt Conrad Carlesons exlibris.. Soulsby A catalogue of the works of Linnæus 192. Bring Itineraria svecana 136. Schiötz Utlendigers reiser i Norge 608a*. Marklund Övre Norrland i litteraturen 3591. Första upplagan av Linnés "Lappländska resa", översatt av Carl Troilius. Resan företogs 1732 men kom ut på svenska först 1888. Träsnitten är utförda av R. T. Austin efter Linnés teckningar och föreställer djurarter, hantverksföremål, landskap m.m. I ett appendix till del II återges ett extrakt ur Wahlenbergs "berättelse om mätningar och observationer" i översättning av J. Dryander. Smith presenteras på titelbladet som "president of the Linnæan society", där manuskriptet till resan förvaras. Smith utgav efter att ha förvärvat Linnés samlingar flera olika tidigare opublicerade arbeten av denne. Gunnar Brusewitz har skrivit: "Lapplandsresan har med rätta ställts i främsta rummet ur litterär synpunkt, därför att vi där hundraprocentigt kan lita på att det är Linnés egna ord vi läser. Han reste till största delen ensam och var sin egen sekreterare. [---] Naiv i betydelsen oerfaren, oskuldsfull var aldrig Linné, men han visste tillräckligt mycket för att våga visa häpenhet även inför de mest vardagsnära företeelser. Den moderne journalisten har mycket att lära av Linné."

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        A Map Of The State Of Pennsylvania By Reading Howell MDCCCXI

      Philadelphia, 1811. No Binding. Very Good. 21 3/8 x 33 ½ inches.. Deckled edges; centerfold reinforced, else excellent. Separately published-very scarce. In 1792 Reading Howell published the first map of Pennsylvania to show the full extent of the state with accurate boundary lines. The present work is an amplified version of this work and the first edition of it published in the 19th century. Moreover, this edition was elegantly engraved by John Vallance, who also produced the first official plan of Washington, DC and the Griffith map of Maryland. Howell's excellent map was not superseded until 1822 when Melish's map of the state appeared. Ristow, pp. 108-109; cf. Rumsey 4181.

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        Programma. Regno d'Italia. Dipartimento del Reno. Distretto d'Imola. Il podesta della citta d'Imola.

      [Imola]: tipografia comunale per Gianbenedetto Filippini, 1811.. 1 sheet Broadside. First edition. Announcing a series of celebrations of the baptism of Napolon II (1811-1832), known from birth as the King of Rome, son of Napoleon and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. Issued in Imola, the original seat of the provisional government of the Cispandane Republic, later merged with the Transpadane Republic, forming the Cisalpine Republic, in turn merged into the new Italian Republic, and then 1805, following Bonaparte's assumption of the title of Emperor of the French, transformed into the Kingdom of Italy, Regno d'Italia, as it is here. After declaring that the people of Imola are second to none in their loyalty to Napoleon, the proclamation notes a series of activities: poems to be read, canon shots and the pealing of bells at dawn, cash prizes to those being married and those who gave birth on the King of Rome's birthday, food for the poor and for those imprisoned, and at night, the town is to be illuminated, and there will be presentations at the theater, a symphony concert, and a ball. One copy at Biblioteca comunale, Imola. No other copies shown at any North American or other European Libraries. A few tiny tears at folds else a fine, untrimmed copy.

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        Conchology, or the Natural History of Shells:

      London Printed for William Miller by W. Bulmer and Co 1811. VG: in very good condition without dust jacket. Rebound. Occasional spotting. Cracked at page/illustration 36. Complete with a catalogue of books published by William Millar First Edition Blue hardback cloth cover 68pp + plates :: Illustrated with 61 full-page coloured engravings by John Clarke :: 440mm x 300mm (17" x 12")

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        The Modern Angler, In A Series Of Letters

      Second Edition. Engraved frontispiece. Bound in half brown leather and marbled boards with red leather spine labels stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Previous owner's leather bookplate on the front pastedown endpaper. Book condition: Fine Condition

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

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

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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 1811. 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 First Edition Grey hardback cover 280pp + 80 pages of appendices [test results] :: 13 copper plates :: 240mm x 140mm (9" x 6") :: 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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        Lachesis Lapponica or a Tour in Lapland, now first published from the Original Manuscript Journal of the celebrated Linnaeus; by James Edward Smith.

      White and Cochrane 1811 2 volume in one: xvi, 366; [ii], 306 pp. 8vo (14 x 21,5 cm.). Half recent maroon morocco, spine with 5 raised bands, marbled boards & new end-papers; original morocco title-label preserved. Nicely illustrated with over 60 wood engravings by R. T. Austin. ¶ First edition of Linnaeus' fascinating journey to Lapland and a part of Sweden and Norway. Although Linnaeus's Lapland tour took place in 1732, the manuscript of the "Lachesis Lappinica" was first published in 1811, the first Swedish edition not until 1888. Soulsby 192; Hulth 160; Junk, Rara, p. 59: "wichtig und selten". -- A clean inner copy with ample margins.

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        Message from the President of the U. States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the Execution of the Act Providing for the Survey of the Coast of the U. States. February 4th, 1811.

      58 pp. + 2 leaves of plates. 8vo. Removed. First edition. Illus. with 2 b/w plates. Shaw & Shoemaker 24220. Rink 2406. The report consists of a covering letter from the Secretary, explaining that the original planning, begun in 1807, under the presidency of Thomas Jefferson, was suspended due to foreign relations concerns, but that F. R. Hassler, Professor of Mathematics, was still ready to begin; Gallatin's letter of March 25th, 1807, explaining the survey and asking for advice; detailed responses to that letter from the seven addressees, including a rather technical response by James Madison, then a Committee member, suggesting that the triangulation method might not work, and proposing that a "stasimetric" mode be used; and further correspondence with the chief of the group, Robert Patterson, which included a list of instruments that were required, provided by F. R. Hassler. Hassler finally sailed for Europe in late August of 1811 to purchase the needed instruments but the ensuing War of 1812 left him stranded for the next three years. Though he did finally begin work in 1816, Congress transferred the project to the military which did little, and the project was not fully resumed until 1833 when Hassler was reappointed superintentant of the survey. The two plates, which contain three figures, relate to Patterson's explication of the methods to be used. Rink lists only three copies: Brown, LOC, AAS; OCLC shows two more UVA, LCP. Removed from a larger volume else a very good copy with offsetting on a few leaves, shallow marginal chip to top edge of 2nd plate.

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        Travels in the Island of Iceland, during the Summer of the Year MDCCX.

      29x32 cm. XVII S., 1 Bl., 491 S,., (1) S. Mit 15 Kupfertafeln (davon 1 gefaltet, 8 koloriert), 2 (davon 1 mehfach gefaltet und teilkoloriert) Karten, 4 gefalteten Tabellen und Textabbildungen. Halblederband der Zeit mit Rückenschild und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe. - Mit einer gefalteten Ansicht von Rejkavik, Ansichten von Landschaften, Dörfern, Trachten, Geysirausbrüchen, Musiknoten. u.a. - Appendix mit einer Beschreibung der Krankheiten, der Flora, Mineralien, Geschichte und Literatur und Musik Islands. - Einband etwas berieben. Vorsätze gebräunt und etwas leimschattig. Sehr wenige Seiten unten mit einem Wasserand und sehr wenige Seiten schwach fleckig. [5 Warenabbildungen bei]

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        An Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul in 1793 [Nepal]

      London: William Miller, 1811.. Reprint. Leather cover. G - in Good condition. Damage to mid spine with some loss to leather - cover otherwise rubbed with light marking. Occasional spotting & marginal light water stains sometimes impinging. Small repaired closed edge tears at hinge of fold-out map. 386pp :: 300mm x 240mm (12" x 9") :: Sotheby's invoice enclosed (1984). Complete with 16 plates including vignette on title page & extending map & colour plate. Bound without half-title or advertisements

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        Wallis's tour of Europe. A new geographical pastime. [With booklet] Wallis's tour through Europe. A new geographical game.

      London: Published March 13th 1811 by John Wallis at his Map Warehouse...[the map]; London:Published by E. Wallis..., [n.d.] [the booklet].. Engr. map, 480 X 525mm., in 12 sections, hand-coloured, mounted on linen, the booklet is small 8vo, pp. 12, in orig. grey wrappers, the map fldg. into the original green cloth slip-case, blocked in blind decoration with decor. gilt title on upper cover. The booklet contains the rules of the game and a guide to the various places. [COPAC lists 3 copies of the first edition of 1794, but only 1 for the 1811 issue].

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        The Works

      London: Printed for William Miller and James Carpenter,, 1811. 19 volumes, octavo (180 × 118 mm).Contemporary diced calf, red and black morocco labels, decoration to spines gilt and in blind in compartments separated by raised bands, twin rule to boards, plain endpapers, marbled endpapers. Frontispiece portrait to first volume. Bookplate to pastedown of volume 1, some browning to leaves and some occasional light foxing, spines rubbed and boards a little marked, an excellent set. First Mangin edition. An excellent set of one of the 18th century&#39;s key novelists.

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        The Works of Samuel Richardson with a Sketch of His Life and Writings by The Reverend Edward Mangin in Nineteen Volumes Comprising: Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded [4 Volumes] The History of Clarissa Harlowe [8 Volumes] The History of Sir Charles Grandison [7 Volumes]

      Printed for William Miller, Albemarle Street; and James Carpenter, Old Bond Street, London First Collected Edition 1811. 19 Volumes. London 1811. Contemporary diced polished full calf covers with five compartments to the spines, two with the author, title, and volume number, the other three with gilt designs, each compartment framed with three gilt cross lines, gilt details to the spine ends, twin parallel gilt lines to the perimeter of both boards, gilt line knurled around the edges of the boards, marble page edges, olive green end papers. 8vo. 7½&#39;&#39; x 5&#39;&#39;. From the library and private estate of Sir John Gladstone [1764-1851] Father of William Gladstone [1809-1898], British Liberal Statesman and Prime Minister, with the Fasque House [a derivative of a Gaelic word simply meaning shelter] book plate to the front of each paste down. Very light occasional spotting to some end papers, volume xvi with neatly repaired small bump to the head of the spine, spines not faded and a Very Good example of the First Collected Edition from the library of a famous British Statesman. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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

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

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        Sketches towards a Hortus Botanicus Americanus; or,. New and Valuable Plants of the West Indies and North and South America

      London: Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1811 - [1812]. 6 parts bound in 1 volume, 4to (12 x 9 2/8 inches). 4-page list of Subscribers at end (small repair to title-page margin). Hand-coloured aquatint frontispiece and 17 numbered hand-coloured endgraved plates, hand-coloured engraved vignette dedication leaf (some spotting, heavier on plate 8, plate 17 with short marginal tear not affecting the image). Modern scarlet straight-grained morocco gilt, all edges gilt, antique by Bernard Middleton, and signed by him on the recto of the rear free endpaper. First edition, bound from the six original parts issued between 1811 and 1812. Originally born in Jamaica, Titford travelled extensively North America between 1807 and 1810, collecting botanical specimens, which he sent to the Society of Arts with over fifty drawings and a description of each type, classified under the system of Linnaeus, which he intended to publish in a book. On returning to England he ".began preparations for the publication of his Sketches towards a "Hortus Botanicus Americanus". It was issued in six parts in 1811 and 1812 in London by George Stower; the list of subscribers included the prince regent, Louis XVIII of France, the Royal Institution, the Royal Society of Arts, and many eminent botanists in England, Jamaica, and North America. The Critical Review of November 1811 described the first parts of the Hortus as &#39;a most excellent work for persons learning botany and all things pertaining to natural history and associated sciences&#39; (Critical Review, 333)" (DNB). Nissen, Botany 1968; Pritzel 9370; Plesch, page 436; Sitwell, Great Flower Books, page 144. Catalogue description prepared for and on behalf of Arader Galleries by Kate Hunter..

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      Vigiani 1811 in-4, pp. VII, 191, leg. m. pelle coeva con angoli, tass. e fregi al d. Front. a due colori con gr. vignetta xilogr. Segnalibro in seta cons. Gamba 1649: ?Bella e nitida edizione curata da Giuseppe Sarchiani?. Manca a Re e Lastri. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini su carta forte e in barbe.

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