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      London: Wilkie and Robinson, J. Walker, Cadell and Davies, et al., 1811. n. Hardcover. 191 x 121 mm (7 1/2 x 4 3/4"). 1 p.l., lii, 236 pp. Includes a "Life of the Author" by P. Murdoch and "An Essay on the Plan and Character of the Poem" by J. Aiken, M.D. VERY PLEASING CONTEMPORARY CRIMSON STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, ELABORATELY DECORATED IN GILT AND BLIND, covers with broad gilt fillet perimeter bordering a frame of gilt palmettes and then (closer in) fillets and palmettes in blind; raised bands with gilt dash-roll, spine compartments with symmetrically clustered arabesques, roses, open dots, stars, and foliate tools, gilt-rolled turn-ins, all edges gilt. With four engraved allegorical plates designed by T. Uwins. Inscribed on the verso to front free endpaper: "L. E. / from the library of her brother / Henry Duncombe / The gift of Lucy Duncombe / 1832," and signed on the first preliminary leaf, "H. Dumcombe E[x] dono A. Curzon." Lowndes IV, 2671 (citing editions through 1848). A little foxing to the plates, but AN EXTRAORDINARILY FINE COPY, the text clean and fresh, and the lovely binding very lustrous and virtually unworn. This is an elegantly bound copy of "The Seasons," the most influential poem in blank verse from Milton to the Romantics. Incredibly popular, it was found almost universally in English homes, whether cottages or castles. Born in Scotland, James Thomson (1700-48), who is also famous for his song "Rule Britannia," is credited with challenging the artificiality of English poetry and beginning a new era of sentiment for nature. "Seasons" was originally published as four separate poems from 1726-30, and as a first collected edition in 1730. Thomson continually revised and enlarged it, his final version appearing in 1744. The work itself, of course, is hardly rare, but the present binding is both unusually pretty and exceptionally well preserved.

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        Arabia: a Poem

      Leeds: Printed att he Intelligence-Office by Griffith Wright, and sold by J. Hatchard, Piccadilly, London; Robinson, Leeds and other Booksellers,, 1811. Octavo. Sewn in original marbled wraps with letterpress label with price to the front panel. Wraps a little rubbed, light toning of the text, else very good. First edition, extremely uncommon, Copac with just three locations - BL, Oxford and Cambridge - OCLC adds UNiversirty of Victoria, BC, and Library of Congress. A graduate of St. John's, Oxford, Grant (1773?-1844), was an evangelical, and "a hard-working clergyman" with several livings in Leicestershire and London, "his considerable literary output included A Summary of the History of the English Church, a memoir of a girl parishioner, and occasional poetry, notably Arabia inspired by travels to the Holy Land". (ODNB). The author's footnotes include descriptions of Mecca, Medina, and Socotra, and a summary of the life of Muhammad; and his final note Grant directs readers to Waring's A Tour of Sheeraz for an account of the Wahhabis, and stresses that "in the descriptions of the trade of Moorish Spain, the productions of Arabia Felix - the Caravanseras [sic.] of the Desart, and in other parts of the Poem, I have adhered to approved authorities", noting in particular Shaw, Pococke and Niebuhr. A second edition was published in 1815.

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        Mémoires sur la formule barométrique de la mécanique céleste et les dispos

      A Clermont-Ferrand: de l'imprimerie de Landriot, 1811. Fine. de l'imprimerie de Landriot, A Clermont-Ferrand 1811, in 4 (26x20,5cm), xij, 275pp., Un Vol. relié. - First collected edition of these four papers read at the National Institute between 1804 and 1809 Full Vellum twentieth, smooth back. Part of title in red morocco. Marbled contemporary. These four papers are intended to use the barometer to measure the altitude and geographic and meteorological applications. Ramon had established the relationship between altitude, temperature and air pressure working on the proposals contained Laplace in his exposure of the world system. He was the first to apply his own method during his trips to Pyrrénées and in the Massif Central, this method was immediately followed by Arago, Humboldt and Biot. The book is also intended as a guide for specific measures based on the barometer. The submissions were reviewed and completed for this edition and the author has added a basic education. An index contains many pl. calculations (with some handwritten in pen annotations). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition collective de ces 4 mémoires lus à l'Institut National entre 1804 et 1809. Plein Vélin Xxe , dos lisse. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Tranches marbrées d'époque. Ces quatre mémoires ont pour objet l'utilisation du baromètre pour la mesure de l'altitude et dans des applications géographiques et météorologiques. Ramon avait établi le rapport entre l'altitude, la température et la pression de l'air en travaillant sur les propositions de Laplace contenues dans son Système d'exposition du monde. Il fut le premier à appliquer sa propre méthode durant ses voyages aux Pyrrénées et dans le Massif central , cette méthode fut aussitôt suivie par Arago, Humbold et Biot. L'ouvrage se veut également un guide précis pour les mesures basées sur le baromètre. Les mémoires ont été révisés et complétés pour cette édition et l'auteur a ajouté une instruction élémentaire. Un index contient de nombreuses pl. de calculs (avec quelques annotations manuscrites à la plume).

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        Vue d'un paysage avec lac (Leman ?).

      XIXe s.,. 17x27.5 cm (la vue), aquarelle originale, montee sur papier, avec support en carton. au dos timbre rouge en rond 'Eveche de Lausanne Geneve Fribourg'. 1 feuille / 1 Blatt.. Francois Bonnet, ne a St-Marcellin (Isere) en 1811, mort a Fribourg, en Suisse, en 1894. Artiste, peintre et dessinateur. Son parcours a travers l'Europe (Rome, Lausanne, Paris) se termine a Fribourg comme maitre de dessin au college St-Michel de 1862 a 1890. Au dos du carton de support un envoi a 'Louis Ritter - amoureux des oeuvres de Bonnet' signe 'Fribourg 1953, Louis Plancherel'. Un grand nombre des oeuvres originales de Francois Bonnet ont ete vendus par l'Eveche a Fribourg, dans les annees 1960.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        The Chronicles of the Kings of Britain; WITH Some Specimens of the Poetry of the Antient Welsh Bards

      London: 11, Strand and London: Pall-Mall: E Williams. and R and J Dodsley., 1811 4to, 1st ed, G, 1811 + 1st ed, VG, 1764. In half dark cal with brown cloth, some blind tooling, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine, some loss, gilt tooling, raised bands, titles to black calf labels. Internally, red marbled endpapers, [4], [1], (ii-lxxiv), [1], 2-377 pp, [1]. Specimens of the Poetry, Rev Evan Evans, 1764, 1st ed, [3], (iv-viii), [1], (ii-v), [2], 8-162 pp, [1] addenda, text block edges marbled red, hinges weak, bookplate to fpd (Huw Edwards), ink inscription to poetry TP (Edw Harries 1840 Llandisilio), light browning, offsetting. Chronicle printed by G Smeeton, 17, St Martin's. Lane, London. Poetry printed by William Bowyer; his records show 500 copies printed Uncommon. (Lowndes 2104/2735. Allibnone 1819. Brunet 2687700) (ESTC T145881. Lowndes 765). Title continues: translated from the Welsh copy attributed to Tysilio ; collated with several other copies, and illustrated with copious notes ; to which are added, original dissertations on the following subjects, viz.Evans, [pseud. Ieuan Fardd; called Ieuan Brydydd Hir], scholar and poet See ODNB.

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        A Delineation of the Strata of Derbyshire, Forming the Surface from Bolsover in the East to Buxton in the West, by a plate, designed from a tablet, composed of the specimens of each stratum within the above line, With an Explanatory Account of the same; Together with a Description of the Fossils found in these Strata; and also of the Nature and Quality of the respective Soils

      Sheffield: Printed by W. Todd, 1811. First edition, 4to, [2], viii, [2], iii, [1], 76, [2, advert]pp., folding engraved plate of strata with with key leaf, old signature of G. A. Garton [?], one plate of the first vase made of Blue John, orig. printed boards, rebacked. White Watson (1760-1835), sculptor, marble-worker, and mineral-dealer. Lived at Bakewell, Derbyshire, where travellers visited his museum-shop. Here, in this rare publication, Watson here describes "Derbyshire strata, with a section across them. The section is nearly two feet long; the general broad anticlinal structure is well shown, but the vertical scale is so enormously exaggerated as to distort the natural arrangement."—Challinor. Challinor, 25.

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        La scienza della scherma esposta dai due amici il barone Rosaroll Scorza. e Pietro Grisetti

      Dal torchio di Agnello Nobile libraio-stampatore, Napoli 1811 - Abrasioni e screpolature alla coperta naturali fioriture sparse (8) + 402 con 10 tavv grandi ripiegate f.t. p. - in-8

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      M[oskau?], 20. VII. 1811.. 1 S. 4to.. An einen Kollegen in St. Petersburg: "Ihren Brief vom 29. Mai, hochgeschätzter Herr Hofrath, habe ich erst vor drey Tagen erhalten. Herr Hofrath Rehmann hat ihn unterm 8. Jun. durch einen Reisenden abgeschickt, der erst vor einigen Tagen hier angekommen seyn soll und mir ihn durch die dritte Hand zugestellt hat. So geht es gewöhnlich mit den Reisenden! Ich gebe alle meine Briefe, an deren baldiger Bestellung mir etwas liegt, gerade auf die Post. Hätte ich Ihren Brief zu Anfang des Junis erhalten, so würden Sie den verlangten Schädel schon vielleicht in Ihren Händen haben. Vielleicht läßt es sich doch noch damit machen. Schreiben Sie mir mit umgehender Post, ob Sie ihn noch zum Krusensternschen Atlas brauchen können, wenn Sie ihn am Ende des Septembers oder in den ersten Tagen des Oktobers erhalten können? Ich will in diesem Fall sogleich nach Berlin schreiben, und ihn von da mit der Post auf meine Kosten nach Königsberg oder Memel kommen lassen, von wo aus er Ihnen nach St. Petersburg direct geschickt werden soll. Am sichersten würde es wol seyn, wenn er in Memel an die Akademie der Wissenschaften zu St. Pt. adressirt werden könnte. Sprechen Sie darüber mit dem Herrn EtatsRath von Schubert, und geben Sie mir in dem Fall, daß mein Vorschlag ausführbar ist, genau die Adresse an, welche auf das Päckchen zu setzen ist. - Die Einlage empfehle ich Ihnen zu baldiger Beförderung. Ich weiß die Wohnung d. H. HR. Rehmann nicht; sonst hätte ich Sie nicht damit beschwert [...]"

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Auszüge aus den Tagebüchern und Papieren eines Reisenden. - Reise in Italien. Ersten Bandes erstes (-drittes) Heft. (Alles Erschienene!). I, 1: Neapel. - I, 2: Florenz. - I, 3: Milano, Parma usw

      Dorpat, auf Kosten der Verfassers und Leipzig, In Commission bey P. G. Kummer, 1811 - 1813.. 3 Bde. Mit 1 gefalt. Kupfertafel. XXII, 200 S.; SS. (201)-520; 4 Bll., SS. (521)-806. Marmorierte Pappbde. d. Zt. mit grünem Rückenschild. ADB XXII, 231; Goed. VII, 423, 22. - Johann Karl Simon Morgenstern (1770-1852) wirkte seit 1802 als Professor für Ästhetik, Eloquenz und Altklassische Philologie an der Universität von Dorpat; gleichzeitig war er bis 1839 der erste Direktor der Dorpater Universitätsbibliothek. Er prägte den Begriff "Bildungsroman" in einem seiner Festvorträge. Seine Mutter Johanna Morgenstern ist bekannt als Autorin des seinerzeit sehr beliebten "Magdeburger Kochbuchs". - 1808/09 unternahm Morgenstern eine ausgedehnte Reise durch Deutschland, Frankreich, die Schweiz und Italien, die ihn auch in sein heimatliches Magdeburg führte. Später veröffentlichte er den hier vorliegenden Teil, der die Reise durch Italien vollständig beschreibt; die weiteren geplanten Bände zu den anderen Ländern wurden nicht veröffentlicht. - Gering berieben. Tls. etwas braunfleckig. Schönes, dekorativ gebundenes Exemplar!

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        Allen's English Atlas, being a set of County Maps on Cards, shewing the whole of the Turnpike Roads, Great Rivers, Navigable Canals &c. adapted for the Instruction of Youth, in English Geography.

      1811 - Somers Town, London: Joseph Allen & Robert Rowe, 1811. 42 playing card maps (of 43), in original hand colour, with original box with title & rules on front, contents on back. England & Wales map lightly toned, nick in margin, other cards fine. Box worn. A rare first edition of this pack of playing card maps, each 93 x 63mm, with foliate borders containing the title of each map. According to the box label the game is played by taking tricks by playing a county adjoining the card on the deck. The England & Wales map is included as an aid, with a different coloured back. In this first edition each card has the publishers inscription 'Pub. by J. Allen, 3 Hampden Str. Sommers's Town 1811' under the title at top, and 'Also by R. Rowe, No. 19 Bedford Str. Bedford Row London' in the bottom border. In the second edition, later the same year, Rowe's inscription had been replaced by a panel of topographical information; apparently the partnership of Allen & Rowe had been dissolved. The maps next appeared in J. Thomson's 'New English Atlas' in 1823, and finally in Orlando Hodgson's 'The Pocket tourist & English atlas, being a new and complete set of county maps', 1827, by which time the maps were hardly 'new'. Surprisingly it was Hodson's edition that was the most familiar to the map world: it was not until 1985 that London map and playing card dealer Yasha Beresiner discovered this playing-card format and recognised the connection. MAP COLLECTOR: 30, p.40-1; KING: Miniature Antique Maps, p192 + Addenda. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Havana: Don Esteban Joseph Boloña, 1811. - [6],28pp. Quarto. Quarter modern polished calf over linen-covered boards, spine gilt. Minor instances of light foxing at edges of first and last printed leaves. Lower corner of rear fly leaf torn. A very good copy. An extremely rare early 19th-century Havana imprint defending the monarchy and Spanish sovereignty on the Peninsula and in the New World against Napoleon and the negative influences of other contemporary philosophies. Issued during the Peninsular War, Figuera de Vargas' pamphlet was intended to promote the continued union of the Spanish realm in both hemispheres and to serve as a warning against the "seductive" elements of the French invasion and other pernicious influences. Due to a combination of climate and often poor paper quality, colonial-era Cuban imprints are rare. Not recorded in OCLC or Palau.

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        Specimens of the Early English Poets

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1811. Fourth edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Bookplate of Sir Thomas Baring (Probitate Et Labore -By honesty and toil) son of the founder of Baring's Bank (In 1802, Barings and Hope were called on to facilitate the largest land purchase in history - the Louisiana Purchase. Technically, the United States purchased Louisiana from Barings and Hope, not from Napoleon-Wikipedia) Three volumes in a contemporary dark tan leather binding with five gilt bands, maroon and brown title labels with gilt date (1811) and tooling to spines and gilt border to covers. Headbands and corners worn. Vol. II hinge tender, but holding.

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        Exploratory Travels through the Western Territories of North America ... Performed in the years 1805, 1806, 1807

      London: Longman Hurst [et al.], 1811. First British edition. . Quarto, pp. xx, 436. Two maps, one of which is folding. Pike made the first American exploration of the Southwest, under US government auspices: it is consequently the foundation of any collection on that area. Most of this region was Spanish territory at the time,which led to Pike's arrest, with his entire party, above Santa Fe; he was sent to Chihuahua for trial. After considerable delay, and the confiscation of all his notes, maps, etc., he was escorted through Texas back to Louisiana. Pike called attention to the weakness of the Spanish defenses and the importance of the Santa Fe trade. The American first edition came out in 1810 in a very confused textual state; the British edition is much clearer due to the editor, Rees, who, "undertook to brink something like cosmos out of this chaos ... by weaving as much as he could of the matter of the Appendixes into the main text, or into the footnotes thereto, thereby greatly reducing the bulk of the appendicial texts." (Coues quoted in Wagner-Camp). The folding map shows some minor foxing, common with this map; otherwise the text is quite clean and fresh. The binding is 19th century 3/4 calf over marbled boards. There is a bookplate on the inside front board, otherwise no markings. Very nice copy.

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        Oeuvres de Gresset

      New edition. Chez Ant. Aug. Renouard Paris 1811 13x21cm 2 volumes reliés

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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,(2) s. Med ett stort antal träsnitt i texten. Två ngt nötta samtida ljusbruna skinnbd med upphöjda bind, guldornerad och blindpressad ryggdekor i form av snöflingor och svarta titel- och deltiteletiketter samt marmorerade snitt och guldpräglade pärmbårder. Pärmsidorna har mönsterpressade rutmönster och pärmkanterna med nötta guldpräglade dekorationer. Ryggarna ngt blekta och skrapade. Främre falsarna spruckna och förstärkta. Bakre pärmen till del II med en lång repa. Bra inlagor med några enstaka obetydliga fläckar. I del II har läsbandet lämnat några spår på s. 44-45. Med sir Henry Pottingers och Joseph Boultbees exlibris, den senares endast i del I.. 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. Varianten med bokhandelsreklam på sista bladet i del II. 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 fortfarande förvaras. Smith utgav efter att ha förvärvat Linnés samlingar flera olika tidigare opublicerade arbeten av denne. Gunnar Brusewitz skrev om resan i artikeln "Naturskildraren Linné": "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." Henry Pottinger var Hongkongs första guvernör

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        Specimens of the Early English Poets, to which is prefixed an Historical Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the English Poetry and Language, in 3 volumes. Together with: Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances, chiefly written during the early part of the Fourteenth Century; to which is prefixed an Historical Introduction, intended to Illustrate the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England

      London: Published for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811., 1811. 6 volumes, 8vo., in a lovely contemporary full speckled calf with gilt raised bands, green and brown title labels and gilt tooling to spines, decorative gilt border to boards, grey end papers. Internally sound and clean. Binding a little rubbed, upper joints tender with a couple starting. A very attractive set in a lovely contemporary georgian calf binding.

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        Traité de mécanique. Tome premier (Tome second)

      Chez veuve Courcier, Paris 1811 - Belle legature coeve in mz. pelle rossa con nervi, ricchi fregi in nero e oro, titolo e numerazione su doppio tassello in pelle verde al ds. (minimi segni di usura ai margini dei piatti e leggera scoloritura della carta). Carte di guardia e tagli marmorizzati (legatura firmata Wynants). Interni ottimi. Prima edizione. 8vo (cm. 20,4), 2 Voll., XXVIII pp., 1 c.nn., 507 pp. con 5 tavv. più volte rip.; XXVIII pp., 1 c.nn., 499 (1) pp. con 3 tavv. rip. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le Nouveau Testament de notre seigneur Jésus-Christ. Imprimé sur l'édition de Paris, de l'année, 1805. Revue et corrigée avec soin d'après le texte Grec

      Boston: Les Libraires Associés 12mo (18 cm, 7"). 379, [1] pp., [2 (advertisements)] ff.. 1811 1810 was the year that saw the first printing of a complete Testament in French in the U.S.— a Catholic one was then issued in Boston for use among French Canadians and French émigrés. This edition came out the following year, and is both the second French N.T. to have been printed in the U.S. and the first Protestant one. Provenance: 19th-century ownership stamp of "Hiram Bell" at top of title-page. Evidence of Readership: A few lines from Gray's "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard" are pencilled in English on a front blank ("Full many a flower is born to blush unseen . . ."); and "pour passer le temps" is pencilled in under the list showing the testament's order of books on the title-page verso! Acid-stained sheep, flat spine with gilt rules and a burgundy leather title label, gilt-lettered; lightly rubbed, dry with some cracking. Inside, scattered spots of light browning. Inkstain(?) to advertisement and rear blank leaves, not hindering reading. A nice copy.

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

      London: Nichols and Sons, 1811. 2nd Edition . Very Good. 5.5 x 8.75 inches (14 x 22.5 cm). Signed by Author. Full calf leather binding, rebacked. Spine has five raised bands, gilt decoration and lettering. Decorative gilt border to boards. Marbled page edges, marbled endpapers. Engraved bookplate of John Walbanke Childers to front pastedown endpaper. Engraved frontis with heavy foxing, offsetting to title page. Page 189/190 has loss to the outside margin and page 191/192 torn to outside margin - text is not affected. Clean pages throughout. Inscribed by the author to his great nephew on the title page. Hardback. Printed pages: Portrait Frontis, [4], 241, [1]

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        Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem et de Jérusalem à Paris en allant par la Gr

      Paris: Le Normant, 1811. Fine. Le Normant, Paris 1811, 12,5x21cm, 3 volumes reliés. - Second edition. Half calf bindings cherry, back smooth decorated with nets and typographical gilded motifs, golden head and tail, slight traces of abrasion on the joints, flat cardboard cherry, guards and contreplats paper bowl, sliced marble friezes, binders romantic time. Our copy is complete its folding map and facsimile of a contract signed between Arab Chateaubriand and the owner of the boat that took Jaffa in Saint Jean d'Acre. Beautiful copy pleasantly set in a charming romantic contemporary binding. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Deuxième édition. Reliures en demi veau cerise, dos lisses ornés de filets et motifs typographiques dorés, frises dorées en tête et en queue, légères traces de frottements sur les mors, plats de cartonnage cerise, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches marbrées, reliures romantiques de l'époque. Notre exemplaire est complet de sa carte dépliante et du fac-similé d'un contrat en arabe passé entre Chateaubriand et le patron du bateau qui l'emmena de Jaffa à Saint-Jean-d'Acre. Bel exemplaire agréablement établi dans une charmante reliure romantique de l'époque.

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        La scienza della scherma esposta dai due amici il Barone Rosaroll Scorza cavaliere dell'ordine Reale delle due Sicilie, e colonnello del Reggimento principe Reale e Pietro Grisetti capo di battaglione dell'artiglieria italiana

      Nobile, Napoli 1811 - In 8, pp. (8) + 400 + (2) con 10 tavv. f.t. piu' volte rip. Usuali fioriture. M. pl con tit. e fregi oro al d. Seconda edizione di questo noto trattato di scherma con ricco ed interessante corredo iconografico delle diverse posizioni del duellante. I due autori, con quest'opera,Âtentarono di dare nuovaÂlinfa alla 'scuola napoletana' dell'arte della scherma.Giuseppe Maria Rosaroll-Scorza (Napoli, 1775 - Nauplia, 1825), generale dell'esercito delle due Sicilie, cadde in combattimento mentre lottava per la liberta' della Grecia.ÂPietro Grisetti, capo d'artiglieria, e colonnello napoleonico. Gelli, 170. ITA

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

      Mackenzie and Dent, Newcastle 1811 - Octavo, two maps and three plates, printed on rather cheap paper which is consequently a little browned and with some offsetting; very good in polished brown morocco by Bayntun/Riviere. A very scarce book. This is the first issue: a later version gave the author's name on the title-page. Although appearing to be an early history of New South Wales, the earlier part is largely cribbed from Collins, and in fact the three engravings are all straight copies from that work. Other sections are taken from famous Australian works such as Tuckey, Mann, and other authors.The fact that the book was published in 1811 also means that the work was able to include some of the latest news and reports from the infamous "Rum Rebellion" trial of George Johnston, printed in a substantial appendix. The evidence presented at the court-martial, and included here, was the 'fullest, clearest and best substantiated account of the present state of the colony'.The four copies located by Ferguson were those in the prime Australian collections: Mitchell, Dixson, National Library of Australia, and his own collection. Ferguson, 522.

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        Holy Bible

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

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        Elémens de fortifications. -

      Chez Barrois l'Ainé 1811 -, Paris - 2 tomes. In-8 Pagination continue. Reliure d'époque demi-basane. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre rouge et pièces de tomaison noire. Intérieur très propre. En bon état. Tome 1: planche I à LIII Tome 2: planche LIV à LXXI Soit 71 planches dépliantes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Merkwürdige Kriminalgeschichten und Rechtsfälle. 4 Bände Ein Beytrag zur Geschichte der Menschheit. Nach Pitaval `s Französischem Werk durch mehrere Verfasser ausgearbeitet und mit einer Vorrede begleitet herausgegeben von Friedrich Schiller

      ohne Verlagsangabe 1811 - kl.8°, OHLdr. 339 + 320 + 312 + 338 Seiten. Jeder Band mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz. Hier eine komplette Ausgabe mit Original Lederrücken, Rückenschildchen und reichlich goldener Verzierung und Bandbezeichnungen. Kleine Lederecken. Marmorierte Deckel. Am Deckel innen oben mit alter Tusche Nummer und Name, am Titelblatt kleiner runder Stempel mit Wappen. Bei Band 2 ein kleines Papiermärkchen am Buchdeckel außen. Sehr homogene und autentische Ausgabe 0 S. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Appenzell. - Osterschrift.- Prob- oder Examensschrift des Mathias Mayer im Nageldach, (Appenzeller Vorderland - Appenzell a/Rd.).

      1811,. 41.5x51.5 cm (Blatt) / 55x 68 (Rahmen), Aquarell, Tuschfeder mit brauner Tinte auf Papier, der Text verziert mit goldgehöhten kalligraph. Initialen u. Titelzeilen in Zierschrift, reich ausgemalt mit floralen Ornamenten, urspr. gefaltet, im breiten Goldrahmen unter Glas,. Diese Schreibprobe zeigt die schönste Handschrift des Schülers Mathias Mayer "auf das osterliche Examen 1811". Die frommen Zeilen sind teilweise in deutscher Kurrentschrift und teilweise in lateinischer Schrift geschrieben und mit schönen Initialen sowie Blumenranken verziert. In der Mittelgirlande prangt die Nummer 1, welche Mathias als den besten Schüler seiner Klasse auszeichnet. An der Schlussfeier am Ostermontag trugen die Schüler meist ihre Proben in einer Prozession zur Kirche mit den besten Schülern an der Spitze. Die sogenannten Prob- oder Examensschriften, später auch Osterschriften genannt, waren v.a. im Kanton Appenzell der Gradmesser für die schulische Leistung der Schüler. Dieses wichtige Zeugnis der Volksbildung war das ganze 18. Jh. und noch bis in die 1830er Jahre der wichtigste Moment im ganzen Schuljahr für die Schüler und ihren Lehrer. Denn auf Ostern mussten die Schüler unter Anleitung des Lehrers eine möglichst schöne Probe ihres Schreibkönnens ablegen. Danach ergänzte ein vom Lehrer beauftragter Maler die kalligraphischen Initialen. Der Pfarrer, Schulvorsteher, Gemeinderäte etc. begutachteten am Freitag vor Palmsonntag die Proben im Rathaus und vergaben eine Rangnummer. Der Schüler mit der letzten Nummer sah sich dem Spott und Hohn seiner Mitschüler ausgesetzt und wurde als "die Sau" bezeichnet. Diese Schreibprobe war so wichtig, dass Eltern ihre Kinder mit Vorteil zu dem Lehrer schickten, dessen Schüler die schönsten Probschriften hervorbrachten. Zur Zeit der Privatschulen und der freien Lehrerwahl, war dies natürlich auch für die Lehrer bedeutsam und so manch einer richtete den ganzen Lehrplan auf diese Schreibübung aus. Mit Beginn der modernen Pädagogik und der Schulreformen um 1830 verschwand der Brauch allmählich.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. T. Fuchs, Ostern als Höhepunkt im Schuljahr, in: Appenzeller Zeitung, 9.4.2009.

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      FIRST MAP IN JAPAN TO USE & SHOW LONGITUDAL LINES [Japan] Bunka 8 [1811] - , Suharaya. Folded map, wooden coverswoodblock printed in color, with-hand coloring, 88.5 x 133cm., folded, minor closed tears and a bit old restored foldsand old worming now solid, very good contition. R A R E ! Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Pont sur la Cherasca. Gouache originale.

      s.d., XIXe s.,. 36 x 53 cm, encadrement en bois dore (63 x 78 cm).. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Cf. Lory le pere, Voyage pittoresque de Geneve a Milan par le Simplon, 1811, planche 25. Pont sur la Cherasca (Mandach 196).

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        Traité élémentaire d’ornithologie - suivi de l’art d’empailler les oiseaux

      1811. relié. Bon état. Yvernault et Cabin, Lyon, 1811. In/8 reliure plein veau marbré havane, dos lisse à caissons décorés et pièce de titre rouge, première partie : 159 p. 5 planches en taille douce dépliantes - seconde partie : 496 p. - l?'art d?'empailler les oiseaux : 171 p., 5 planches en taille douce dépliantes. Marie Jacques Philippe (Montpellier 1769 - Lyon 1837), naturaliste, pris le nom de Mouton Fontenille de la Clotte. Querard tome 4 et 6.

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        ANECDOTES OF THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF LONDON From the Roman Invasion to the Year 1700; including the Origin of British Society, Customs, and Manners, With a General Sketch of the State of Religion, Superstition, Dresses,

      London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811.. and Amusements of the citizens of London, during that Period. To which are added, Illustrations of the changes in our Language, Literary Customs, and Gradual Improvement in Style and Versification, and Various Particulars Concerning Public and Private Libraries. SECOND EDITION 1811, 4to, approximately 270 x 210 mm, 10 x 8½ inches, 18 engraved plates, including 12 hand-coloured costume plates, 6 black and white engravings including one of conjuring, another of chiromancy, pages: iv, 576, including index, bound in full burgundy calf, gilt and blind patterned border to covers, expertly rebacked with original backstrip laid on, gilt raised bands and richly gilt in compartments, gilt title, new leather showing on hinges, narrow gilt inner dentelles (turn ins) new endpapers. A little rubbing to corners, original armorial bookplate retained on new front pastedown (Norton Priory), minute piece missing from lower corner of title page, slight foxing to margins of first few leaves, very occasionally further in, 4 minute holes in the outer margin of one plate, 3 minute holes and 1 tiny chip to same margin of another plate, very small pale brown stain to upper margin edge of another plate, 2 very small closed tears to top margin of 1 text page, neatly repaired. A very good sturdy tight clean copy. Toole Stott, Bibliography of English Conjuring, Volume II, No.1379, second edition, 8vo version. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Stargard, 4. VIII. 1811.. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to (Wasserzeichen: Posthorn "Van Der Ley").. Freundschaftlicher Brief des wegen seiner offensiven Truppenführung als "Marschall Vorwärts" bezeichneten, populären Generals an eine "Gnädigste Frau": "Sie haben uns eine unbeschreiblig frohe Stunde gemagt, fahren si doch doch ia fohrt den Paltz Grafen Angst und Bange zu machen [...] Hatzfelld seine Sendung ist einzig, aber es geschehen heutte zu Tage lauhter Dinge, die die Vernunft nicht einmahl ahndet [...]". - Mit einer 6-zeiligen Nachschrift von Blüchers Sohn Franz: "Auch der Sohn theilt die Gesinnungen des Vaters, und empfiehlt sich Ewr. Gnaden hierdurch auf das unterthanigste [...]." - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig; Papierdurchbrüche im Bug. Am Gegenblatt montierter Zeitungsausschnitt über Blücher. - Provienienz: bis 1913 in der Sammlung Buhrig, Leipzig; anschließend versteigert bei Hiersemann, Auktion 1 (13./14. Okt. 1913: "Napoleon I. und seine Zeit"), Nr. 3 (mit Abb.; Katalogausschnitt beiliegend).

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        Jérusalem délivrée poëme traduit de l'italien nouvelle édition précédée d

      Paris: Imprimerie de Bossange et Masson, 1811. Fine. Imprimerie de Bossange et Masson, Paris 1811, In Folio (28x45cm), (2) ff.-L pp.-(1) ff.-176 pp.,, relié. - Folio edition printed in small numbers on large vellum. Translation of Le Brun and preface by the 1774 edition of The illustration shows for its Italian edition published in 1784 Didot. Illustrated book with a frontispiece and 40 figures Cochin engraved by St. Aubin, Tilliard, Delignon, Dambrun, etc. Life of Tasso by Suard.Demi red morocco long grain Empire, flat spine decorated with gilt, paper boards maroquiné rouge.spine-ends slightly rubbed, corners bumped, some foxing, otherwise fine copy with beautiful engravings. Here's what Cohen said about the artwork in the Italian edition: "Book made with luxury, thanks to the support of the Count of Provence who paid drawings Cochin 40,000 pounds." --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition in-folio imprimée à petit nombre sur grand papier vélin. Traduction de Le Brun et préface d'après l'édition de 1774. L'illustration reprend quant à elle l'édition italienne de 1784 parue chez Didot. Ouvrage illustré d'un frontispice et de 40 figures de Cochin gravés par Saint-Aubin, Tilliard, Delignon, Dambrun, etc. La Vie du Tasse par Suard. Reliure en demi-maroquin rouge à grain long Empire, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, plats de papier maroquiné rouge. Coiffes légèrement frottées, coins émoussés, quelques rousseurs, sinon bel exemplaire aux magnifiques gravures. Voici ce que dit Cohen à propos de l'illustration dans l'édition italienne : "Livre établi avec grand luxe, grâce à l'appui du Comte de Provence qui paya les dessins à Cochin 40000 livres. "

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        Account of the Writings, Religion, and Manners, of the Hindoos:

      Serampore: At the Mission Press,, 1811. including Translations from their Principal Works. 4 volumes quarto (237 × 183 mm). Near contemporary half calf, green pimple-grained cloth, titles gilt direct to spines, low narrow bands with gilt dotted roll, enclosed between double gilt rolls, dog-tooth roll to spine and corner edges, edges sprinkled red, marbled endpapers. Perhaps a "native" binding. All errata leaves present. Somewhat rubbed, particularly at the extremities, errata leaf to volume I lacking the top corner, no loss, now repaired, foxing front and back, and typical browning throughout, but remains a very good set indeed. The first volume was first published in 1806, but no copies traced, this full edition being issued in 1811 from the Mission Press that Ward laboured so hard to establish. Extremely uncommon, just one set traced at auction, maybe 20 locations institutionally. Trained as a printer, and working in that capacity on various newspapers in the Midlands, and then in Hull at the Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette, Ward had suffered from severe spiritual crises - 'fierce volcano fires not to be quenched by a mere sprinkling of words' - before he was baptised at Hull in 1796. He subsequently attended "the theological academy of John Fawcett at Halifax, where he studied for a year and a half. In the autumn of 1798 a member of the committee of the newly founded Baptist Missionary Society visited and Ward offered himself as a missionary, influenced perhaps by a remark made to him in 1793 by William Carey concerning the need of a printer in the Indian mission field. He sailed from England in the Criterion in May 1799, in company with Joshua Marshman, Daniel Brunsdon, William Grant, and their families. On arriving at Calcutta the party was prevented from joining Carey by an order from the East India Company government, and was obliged to proceed to the Danish settlement of Serampore, where they were joined by Carey" (ODNB). While in India Ward was mainly concerned with the establishment and running of the press, "by means of which the Bible, translated into Bengali, Marathi, Hindi, and more than twenty other languages, was disseminated throughout India. Numerous philological works were also issued". The press burnt down just a year after the printing of the present work, "the moulds for casting fresh type, however, were recovered from the debris, and by the liberality of friends in Great Britain the loss was soon repaired". In 1819 ill-health forced Ward to return to England, where he spent his time in fund-raising for a new college to instruct "Bengalis in European literature and science". Tours of Scotland, Germany, Holland and the United States followed, and in 1821 he returned to India "bearing £3000 for the new college, which had been founded during his absence and which still survives". Ward died of cholera at Serampore in 1823 and was buried in the mission burial-ground there. Despite his onerous duties in connection with the press, and his missionary work Ward was also the author of a number of publications, of which the present is "much the most important … Although Ward did not mince his words in his condemnation of 'Hindoo idolatry', he did comment favourably on the literary and philological achievements of Hindu scholars, and in later versions modified somewhat the harshness of his strictures on Hinduism. Despite some serious inaccuracies, Ward's work remains without parallel as a detailed account by a European observer of Hindu society and religion in early nineteenth-century Bengal". An appealing set of this important and uncommon early work of South Asian anthropology.

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        Gehörnte Landziege. Gehörnter Landziegenbock.

      - Zwei Radierungen in Braun mit zusätzlicher Staffage in eigenhändiger Aquarellmalerei. Beide rechts unten monogr. "WK" (in Bleistift ergänzt zu Kobell), 1811, ca. 6,9 x 8,2 cm. Goedl-Roth 33 und 34. - Zwei Gegenstücke, die in ihrer qualitätvollen eigenhändigen Aquarellmalerei durch den Künstler bestechen. Bereits im Jahr 1963 kosteten zwei ähnliche Gegenstücke auf einer Auktion von Karl & Faber in München DM 3.220,- und werden als „Kabinettstücke allerersten Ranges von der Schönheit eines Aquarells aus der besten Zeit Kobells" beschrieben. Die zarten Radierungen in Braun bilden nur den Hintergrund: sie sind vollständig aquarelliert und mit zusätzlicher Staffage bereichert. Bei den hier vorliegenden Blättern hat Kobell zusätzlich einen Hüterbub im Hintergrund der Ziege hinzugefügt, die Bäume und Bauernhäuser leicht verändert und stärker akzentuiert sowie die Ziegen im Vordergrund in ihrer charakteristischen Färbung herausgearbeitet. Das Kolorit des Bodens ist bei den Gegenstücken durchgehend und betont so ihre Zusammengehörigkeit. Eigenhändige Arbeiten von Wilhelm von Kobell zählen heute zu den großen Seltenheiten des Marktes und sind begehrte Sammlerstücke. Offensichtlich hat der Künstler eine kleine Anzahl von Radierungen aquarelliert und nach Lust und Laune zusätzliche Figuren dazugemalt. Er verwendete dazu die in Braun gedruckten und dadurch weicher wirkenden Radierungen. Die Ergänzungen von seiner Hand sind so kongenial, dass die "normale" Radierung im Vergleich geradezu "leer" wirkt. - In blütenfrischer, tadelloser Erhaltung. In zwei alten Rahmen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        LE BOTANISTE CULTIVATEUR, Ou Description, Culture Et Usages De La Plus Grande Partie Des Plantes Étrangeres, Naturalisées et Indigènes, Cultivées En France, En Autriche, En Italie Et En Angleterre, Rangées Suivant La Méthode De Jussieu.

      Paris: Chez Deterville/Goujon: , 1811. Seconde Edition, "Entièrement Refondue Et Considerablement Augmentée." A massive catalogue resulting from the author's ambitious objective of compiling a complete list of all plants currently cultivated in France, Austria, Italy and England. In addition to its considerable enlargement, this edition also includes a folding plan of de Courset's own extensive botanical gardens near Boulogne. Extensive general observations take up most of the first volume, and the entries for each specific species and variety also include notes on cultivation and remarks on the best and most popular varieties for different purposes. A supplement volume (not present here) was also issued in 1814.Six volumes, 8vo (20.2 x 12.7 cm); viii + 562 (+ 1), 636 (+ 2), (iv) + 552, (iv) + 632, (iv) + 567, iv + 631 pp. + 1 folding plan, 1 engraved plate and 2 folding tables. Contemporary quarter sheep with marbled boards, lightly scuffed; occasional browning and foxing of text.

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        PARIS. Das Pantheon in Paris.

      - Aquarell über Bleistift von Johann Baptist Metivier, 21 x 29,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXIV, S. 439. - Dieses sehr feine, qualitätvolle Architektur-Aquarell besticht auch durch die reizende, zierliche Staffage im Vordergrund: bürgerliche Passanten die die Ankunft einer Kutsche vor dem repräsentativen Bauwerk beobachten sowie Landleute mit Eselkarren, die ihre Waren in der Stadt feilbieten. Metivier entstammte einer Künstlerfamilie aus der Bretagne, die nach Paris ging, wo er unter mehreren ausgezeichneten Architekten studierte. Im Jahre 1811 kam er nach München, wo er für zahlreiche hochrangige Persönlichkeiten wie Graf Montgelas als Architekt und Innenausstatter tätig war. Er wurde Inspektor der k.b. Baukommission und Hofbaudekorateur, seit 1824 königlicher Baurat. Zu seinen Münchner Bauten zählt auch die 1824/25 errichtete Synagoge. - Alt auf Unterlage montiert. Abgesehen von wenigen, unauffälligen Flecken im Himmel tadellos erhalten. In schönem zeitgenössischem Rahmen.

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        General View of the Agriculture and Minerals of Derbyshire; With observations on the means of their improvement, drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and internal improvement

      London: Printed by B. McMillan, 1811. First edition, 3 vols., xlvii, 532, [4, adverts], five hand-coloured maps, and sections of strata (4 of which are fold-out); xx, 28, 522, [6, adverts], 4 engraved plates (one of which is a fold-out), one large folding table of poor rates; xxvii, [1], 725, [3, adverts]pp., one engraved folding map, 2 plates, 2 folding tables, from the library of the Royal Agricultural Society of England with their bookplate, cont. half calf, rebacked with the orig. spine laid-down, labels chipped. The full title of volume one (which deals with the geology of Derbyshire) is as follows: Containing a full account of the surface, hills, valleys, rivers, rocks, caverns, strata, soils, minerals, mines, collieries, mining processes, &c. &c. Together with some account of the recent discoveries respecting the stratification of England; and a theory of faults and denudated strata, applicable to mineral surveying and mining. "One of the classics of British geology. The title does not promise much in the way of general geological interest which is perhaps why it has been largely overlooked. The main contributions to geological knowledge contained in the volume may be summarised as follows: A fundamental principle of structural geology, that of faulting with subsequent denudation, is established and worked out with great thoroughness and illustrated with coloured block-diagams, and the factors governing outcrop are clearly explained. The succession of the Carboniferous rocks in Derbyshire, particularly the middle portion, is described in detail. In describing the rocks of Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire, Farey gives a very early account, perhaps the first, of a British region now known to be largely composed of Pre-Cumbrian rocks. Probably the most important part of the whole book is his 'Map of Derbyshire and parts of the seven adjacent counties showing the principal strata and soils' (scale, 6¼ miles to the inch). It is one of the earliest of the truly geological maps of any part of Britain to be published and appears to be entirely original. It is only necessary to compare this map with the modern quarter-inch map of the Geological Survey to realise its quality."—Challinor. Challinor, 25.

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        Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne, ou histoire, par ordre alphabéhique, de la vie publique et privée de tous les hommes qui se sont distingués par leurs écrits, leurs actions, leurs talent, leurs vertus ou leurs crimes (Tome 1 - 52 cpl./ 52 reguläre Bände KOMPLETT) mit den dazugehörigen Ergänzungsbänden/ avec les Suppléments (Tome 53 - 72 cpl./ 20 Bände KOMPLETT); insgesamt 72 Bände.,

      Michaud Frères; 1811 - 1843. - Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Der Zustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; Papier altersbedingt leicht stockfleckig/ staubschmutzig; Kapital leicht beschädigt; Orig.Halbleder; Seiten teilweise ungeschnitten; Komplettpreis für 72 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten! Das Bild zeigt nur eine Auswahl der hier angebotenen Bände! FRANZÖSISCH! Sprache: fr [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne, ou histoire, par ordre alphabehique, de la vie publique et privee de tous les hommes qui se sont distingues par leurs ecrits, leurs actions, leurs talent, leurs vertus ou leurs crimes (Tome 1 - 52 cpl./ 52 reguläre Bände KOMPLETT) mit den dazugehörigen Ergänzungsbänden/ avec les Supplements (Tome 53 - 72 cpl./ 20 Bände KOMPLETT); insgesamt 72 Bände.

      Michaud Freres; 1811 - 1843.. Gebundene Ausgabe;. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Der Zustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; Papier altersbedingt leicht stockfleckig/ staubschmutzig; Kapital leicht beschädigt; Orig.Halbleder; Seiten teilweise ungeschnitten; Komplettpreis für 72 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten! Das Bild zeigt nur eine Auswahl der hier angebotenen Bände! FRANZÖSISCH!

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        Königlich-Baierisches Allgemeines Intelligenzblatt des Illerkreises [ab Jahrgang IV ohne "Allgemeines"]. Jahrgänge 1811 bis Verwaltungsjahr 1816/17 (alles unter diesem Titel Erschienene). 7 Bände.

      Kempten Joseph Kösel (der letzte Jahrgang: Kempten Tobias Dannheimer) -17 1811 - Ca. 800-1000 Spalten je Band, der Schlußband nur 598 Spalten. Mit 2 Faltkarten (eine gestochen, eine lithographisch), lithographischer Falttafel, lithographischer Verlagsanzeige und 14 Falttabellen. 4° (ca. 24 x 21,5 cm). Blaue Pappe der Zeit mit Bindebändern. Geschlossene Reihe des amtlichen Wochenblattes für den Iller-Kreis um Kempten, reicht vom 1. Januar 1811 bis zum 28. März 1817. Mit der Neueinteilung der bayerischen Kreise ging der Iller-Kreis im Oberdonaukreis auf, mit April 1817 wurden die Amtsblätter in Augsburg herausgegeben. - Enthält Bekanntmachungen, amtliche Verordnungen, Polizeinachrichten (dabei zahlreiche Steckbriefe), Versteigerungsankündigungen, Getreidepreise und Ähnliches sowie zunehmend auch Rezensionen und lokalhistorische Nachrichten. Reiches Fundmaterial zur Regionalgeschichte. - In Jahrgang 1814 eine einfach gehaltene große "Karte über die Güter-Arrondirungen in den Gemeinden des Iller-Kreises" (gestochen von P. M. Herman), in Jahrgang 1815 eine Karte der "Gaue des Mittelalters in dem dermaligen Iller-Kreise" und eine Falttafel mit "Abrissen" von Befestigungen, darunter die Burghalde (beides "Inkunabeln der Lithographie"). Beigebunden sind auch Verlagsanzeigen von Kösel (unter anderem eine lithographische Werbung für die neue Steindruckerei) und Dannheimer. - In Jahrgang 1814 fehlen vier Blatt (Spalten 827-834 und 859-866) sonst im Textbestand komplett, die Vollständigkeit der Beilagen kann mangels bibliographischer Hilfsmittel nicht sicher geklärt werden. - Stellenweise leicht fleckig, vereinzelt auch mit minimalem Wasserrand, einige kleinere Wurmspuren meist im Bund. Die schlichten Einbände etwas angestaubt, beschabt und bestoßen. Insgesamt gut erhaltene Reihe. *Kirchmair, Kösel, 100 (nur 1814 und 1815). 6500 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel (VDA/ILAB)]
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        Journal of a tour in Iceland in the summer of 1809.

      Yarmouth, J. Keymer,1811. LXII + 496 + (8) s. Fint priv. håndb. grønt helskinnbd. med fire opph. bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Bordyre i gull på for- og bakperm. Topp gullsnitt. Håndkolorert kobberstukket draktplansje samt 3 kobberstukne plansjer (hvorav 2 er foldet). Ex libris på forsats.. Et rent og fint eks. Bound in green full calf with 4 raised bands. Spine richly gilt. Gilt filets on panels. Top edge gilt. 1 engraved costume-plate coloured by hand. 3 engraved plates (2 folding)

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        Ansicht vom Leopolds und Kahlenberg" bei Wien. Blick über die Donau auf die beiden Berge mit den Kirchen, vorne links unter einem Baum Staffage, rechts über der Donau eine Fischerhütte, unten Inschrift.

      - Altkol. Radierung von J.A. Klein, 1811, 11,5 x 16,5 cm. Jahn 61, II (von II). - Bei der Staffage u.a. ein sitzender Zeichner. - Bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten, alt montiert auf Karton mit grauer Tuschlinie, diese eingefaßt von weißen und schwarzen Linien, die ausgeschnittene Originalinschrift unten aufgeklebt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        El Reyno De Espana Dividido en Dos grandes Estados De Aragon Y De Castilla . Rey De Espana Y De Las Indias & a por su mui humilde y mui ob ediente servidor I.B. Nolin Geografo ordinario de su Mag. Christianissima En Madrid. En Casa de Thomas Lopez Pensionista de S M. C.a 1811':.

      - Kupferstich v. Jean Baptiste Nolin Junior b. Tomás López in Madrid, dat. 1811, 48 x 63,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 329f. - Zeigt die Iberische Halbinsel mit Spanien, Portugal u. den Balearen. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Wappen und Allegorien. - Unten links weitere Kartusche mit Datierung 1809 und der Adresse: "A Paris Chez le Sr. Julien a l'Hotel de Soubise. Avec Privilege du Roy du 25 Janvier 1809". - Sehr seltener Zustand dieser Karte im original Umschlag. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Modern Geography A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Colonies; with the Oceans, Seas, and Isles; in all parts of the World: including the most Recent Discoveries, and Political Alterations

      London: Cadell, Davies, Longman and Rees, 1811. Two volumes, quarto, 45 maps (including one double-page and two folding), double-hemisphere double-page world map as frontispiece, very good; nineteenth-century full calf, gilt. A handsome set, and an important work with much on Australasia and Polynesia.This thorough introduction to geography is designed, as Pinkerton comments in his preface, to "shew the progress of geography, in every part of the world, to the beginning of the nineteenth century." There is an introduction with interesting details of telescopes and other astronomical instruments, which includes a good account of the vicissitudes of measuring longitude.The "Australasia" section of this book occurs in volume II, and includes Pinkerton's influential delineation of this region (designed, in part, to resist some contemporary German scholars who tended to conflate Australia with Polynesia). This section includes New Holland (pp. 464-467), Papua New Guinea (pp. 478-483), New Britain and the Solomons (pp. 484-485), New Caledonia and the New Hebrides (pp. 485-486), New Zealand (pp. 487-491), and Van Diemen's Land (pp. 491-492).Here, Pinkerton also gives an interesting account of conditions in New Holland, with a note that he believes the land mass to be a continent, and not a group of islands. His comments on early discovery include a digression on the "ancient" map in the Harleian collection of the British Museum, which purports to show a land mass similar to Australia (that is, the now famous image of 'Java la Grande' on the Harleian or Dauphin map, BM 5413). As if concerned with the amount of space he devotes to discussing New Holland, Pinkerton concludes the section with the comment: "If this account should seem rather too extensive, let it be considered that it describes a new continent, a real Terra Australis, now little known, but which in the years 1900, or 2000, may be found to present such great and singular topics, that a learned and precise pen may dedicate a large volume of geography to this one portion of the globe."The same volume also has a good overview of "Polynesia, or small Isles in the Pacific" with sections on Pelew, Guam, the Carolines, the Marquesas, and the Friendly Isles, as well as two good sections on the Sandwich Islands (pp. 499-501) and the Society Isles (pp. 504-511).There were several editions of this work, this is the third published in 1811. Pinkerton followed up the success of the work with his perhaps better known General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in all parts of the World (17 volumes, 1808-1814).

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