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        Der Feldzug von 1813 bis zum Waffenstillstand; 81 Seiten, originale Broschur (18x11cm) gedruckt bei Pompejus Erben (Druckvermerk auf Seite 81) Glatz 1813 [Seiten etwas gebräunt, erste Seite mit kleinem Randeinriß, einige Eselohren, sonst gut.]

      . Äußerst seltene Publikation! Erste Ausgabe der einzigen Publikation, die bereits zu Lebzeiten des Autors erschien! Lange wurde vermutet, das Gneisenau der Urheber dieser Schrift war, tatsächlich jedoch ist Clausewitz der Verfasser (Titelblatt ohne Verfassernamen). Das vorliegende Bändchen enthält die authentischen Schilderungen über den Kriegsverlauf, dazu persönliche Anmerkungen und Analysen. Der Band ist in sieben Kapitel gegliedert: I. Ursache der veränderten Stellung Preußens am Ende des Feldzugs von 1812 II. Zustand der Armee nach der Schlacht von Auerstädt bis zum Feldzug von 1812 und 13 III. Aufrüstung Preußens IV. Eröffnung des Feldzugs bis zur Schlacht von Görschen V. Die Schlacht von Groß-Görschen. Rückzug bis Bautzen VI. Die Schlacht von Bautzen. Rückzug bis in die Gegend von Schweidnitz VII. Betrachtungen über die nahe Zukunft. Besonders die absolut zeitnahen Schilderungen der diversen Schlachten und Kämpfe bestechen Authentizität durch Details. So werden oftmals Truppenstärken, kommandierende Offiziere, Personen, Orte und viele andere Fakten minutiös erwähnt, die das Geschehen sehr anschaulich darstellen und für den heutigen Leser verständlich und leicht nachvollziehbar machen. Der Text erschöpft sich jedoch nicht nur in der Darstellung der Kämpfe und Schlachten, sondern analysiert intelligent und tiefsinnig Geschehen wie Protagonisten. So wird "das überlegene Feldherrntalent" Napoleons rückhaltlos anerkannt, aber auch die Schwächen der französischen Armee offen gelegt und die folgerichtigen Schlüsse daraus gezogen..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Niederbayern]
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        Autograph letter signed.

      N. p., 30 Dec. 1812.. 4to. 3 pp. on a single bifolium.. To Colonel Fullerton, complaining of her lack of rest from caring for her daughter's illness and having just completed her narrative (chronicling the diplomatic services of herself and her late lover, Horatio Nelson). "I have been so much occupied by writing my narrative of Services that I have had not any time to write or scarcely to sleep and my Dear Horatia having the Hooping Cough I have not had rest for many weeks--my narrative is gone to the printer I only Hope He will take my Case in to his Consideration[.] A very little bond [would] make me comfortable and to finish Horatia's education[.] according to my own mind she is delightful & amiable & very clever and I spare not any pains or expense for her[.] [...] I find a pleasure in your recollection of me that I Cannot describe & shall find Double Satisfaction when I can again tell you the story in person of my poor unfortunate friend the Q[ueen] of Naples [...] I have my drawing room of a morning and many per[sons] come in. I wish you was one [...]". - At the top of the address panel, she adds an apologetic postscript: "Pray excuse this scrawl written in a hurry and not worth the postage but as my prospects brighten so shall my letters be more entertaining". - Before his death, Nelson had left instructions providing for Emma and Horatia, a request that was ignored by the British Government. The "narrative of Services" she mentions was her attempt to obtain a 20,000 grant to compensate for her diplomatic services with the Neapolitan royal family (she was a close friend of Queen of Naples, Maria Carolina). The narrative was never published, but the original manuscript is now housed at the Houghton Library at Harvard. Emma's lavish spending soon depleted the small pension left to her by her late husband, Sir William, and within six months of the present letter Emma and her daughter would land in debtor's prison. In 1814 Emma fled to France to escape her creditors where she soon turned to drink and died the following year in poverty. - Folds; seal tears with some loss to text on third page repaired with paper; mounting remnants on terminal page along center vertical fold affecting some text.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        [Sammelband mit 17 sehr frühe Klavierbearbeitungen, überwiegend von Ouverturen, aber auch von Arien, Duetten, Terzetten aus Opern von Rossini, dabei 1 Bearbeitung ohne Text]

      . Firenze : Lorenzi (7x); Napoli : Girard (3x); Milan : Ricordi (8x), [ca. 1812-1825]. - [ca. 250 S.]. Quer-Fol. HLdr. d. Zt. Innengelenk teilweise lose. Einige Werke haben kl. Schaden-Randschaden. Mitgebunden: C. Soliva: Variazioni sopra la romanza e la preghiera nell'opera Otello (Milano "Ricordi, PN 820), letzte Seite mit ca. 6 Takte Notenverlust), Gaetano Gioja: Settimino ne ballo Gundeberga ridotto...dal D. Giuseppe Galluzzo (Napoli : Girard, PN 256).. Aus den Oper: La Gazza Ladra (Sinfonia (2x), Nume beneficio), Eduardo e Christina (Sinfonia), Maometto Secondo (Introduzione, Cavatina "non temer d'un basso..."), Mose in Egitto (Stretta dell'introduzione), Porgi la desta amata, ), Aureliano in Palmira (Sinfonia), L'Italiana in Algeri (Gran sinfonia), Bianca e Falliero (Sinfonia), La Pietra del Paragone (Sinfonia), Il Turco in Italia (Sinfonia), Tancredi (Sinfonia, Finale 1mo). Klavierbearbeitungen von Francesco Boile, Corigliano di Rignano, Bartolomeo Grassi, Giovanni Moro, P. Piazza und anonyme Bearbeiter. Genaue Auflistung auf Anfrage.

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        Allgemeines ökonomisches Lexikon, oder Erklärung der Worte und Belehrung über alle Gegenstände, welche bey einer vollständigen Landwirthschaft im Allgemeinen, nämlich beym Acker-, Garten-, Obst-, Holz-, Wein- und Wiesenbau, bey der Rindvieh - Pferde - Schaf - Schweine - Geflügel - Fisch und Bienenzucht, bey der Jägerey und dem Forstwesen bey der Bierbrauerey und der Essigsiedery, bey Küchen- und häuslichen Frauenzimmergeschäften, bey der Branntwein - Kalk - und Ziegelbrennerey, bey der Anlegung wirthschaftlicher Gebäude, bey der Thierheilkunde, und bey allen landwirthschaftlichen Verrichtungen überhaupt vorkommen..... Für Gutsbesitzer, Oekonomen, Arendatoren.

      Pesth, Konrad Adolph Hartleben, 1812.. 2 Bde. 8°. VIII, 454, 432 S. mit insgesamt 14 Kupfern, davon 2 farbig. Grüne Ppbde. der Zeit mit RSchildchen, Kanten leicht berieben, Besitzeintrag aVuT., Einbanddecke von Bd. 2 etwas verfärbt (Tinte?), Papier sauber und wohlerhalten. (s. Foto). ger/deu; 1. Aufl..

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        Dissertations on the History of Ireland, in Which an Account is Given of the Origin, Government, Letters, Sciences, Religion, manners and Customs, of the Ancient Irish Inhabitants.

      Printed By J.Christie, 16, Ross Lane, Dublin 1812 - To which are added, a dissertation on the Irish Colonies established in Britain, with some remarks on Mr. Mac Pherson's translations of Fingal and Temora. Third edition. Pages, Subscribers, xlv, 1, 344, index. Corners and spine ends bumped & rubbed. Partial light split to front edge along spine. Small worm hole early pages on edge of margins. Else good. Scarce. 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels in the Island of Iceland During the Summer of the Year MDCCCX

      Second Edition. Leather cover with gilt-decorated raised bands and gilt emblem of the Northern Light Board to spine. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Boards rubbed and with minor edge-wear. Inner hinges cracked. Some foxing and offsetting. Northern Light Board stamp to rear of title page. 270mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). xv, 492pp. Fifteen full page plates including eight hand-coloured aquatints; four folding tables and numerous engraved vignettes. From the collection of the Northern Heritage Light house Trust.

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        The History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's Westminster, Its Antiquities and Monuments. Deluxe Binding. Two Volume Set

      First Edition. Three quarter-leather cover marbled boards. G+: in Good plus condition without dust jacket as issued. Sympathetic rebind with brown leather and gilt. Red & black title pieces. Marbled boards. Some light rubbing and scuffing to boards and leather. New eps. Previous owner's inscriptions and book plates to ffep. Plan and frontis in volume I with new tissue guards. Some browning to frontis and dedication page. Some minor marking, browning and occasional chips within both volumes. Some tissue guards creased with some plates lacking tissue guards. All text readable and all plates complete. 350mm x 290mm (14" x 11"). xviii, 330pp; 275pp + plates.

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        Iliade di Omero [Homer's Iliad]. Two volume set

      Second Edition. Vellum cover with gilt classical decorated spines and borders of covers. G : in Good condition. Covers rubbed and lightly marked with wear to leather title panels and spine ends. Heraldic bookplates to fep and front pastedown. Previous owner's insc. to fep. 230mm x 170mm (9" x 7"). 366pp 386pp.

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        THE PLANTER'S KALENDAR

      Archibald Constable And Company 1812 - 1812. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Or the Nurseryman's & Forester's Guide, in the Operations of the Nursery, the Forest, and the Grove. Three-quarter brown leather binding, blue marbled boards. Red title block to spine with gilt title. Two colour plus one b/w plate. Leather worn/split to spine edges but binding still tight. Bookplate to front pastedown. Scattered foxing throughout, heavy in places but still perfectly readable. All plates present. A decent copy of an antiquarian title. [S] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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        Biographical and literary anecdotes of William Bowyer, printer, F.S.A. and of many of his learned friends. Containing an incidental view of the progress and advancement of literature in this kingdom from the beginning of the present century to the end of the year MDCCLXXVII.

      printed for the author, London 1812 - First edition, 4to, pp. viii, 666 [i.e. 660 - note errors in paging: 513- 520 omitted in numbering and extra numbered pages 231*-*232 inserted]; copper-engraved frontis portrait of Bowyer by and after Jacob Basire; full contemporary calf, neatly rebacked to match, preserving the original red morocco label; very good, sound copy. On p. 535ff. is a "List of all the printing-houses in and about the cities of London and Westminster, together with the printers names, what news-papers they print . also an account of the printing-houses in the several corporation towns of England [to about the year 1724]." Nichols was Bowyer's apprentice, partner, and successor, and with this book he made valuable contributions to the literary history of the 18th century by gathering and publishing numerous anecdotes of the literary world of the day. He also edited the Gentleman's Magazine 1788-1826. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        "Biographical and literary anecdotes of William Bowyer, printer, F.S.A. and of many of his learned friends. Containing an incidental view of the progress and advancement of literature in this kingdom from the beginning of the present century to the end of the year MDCCLXXVII."

      London: printed for the author, 1812. London: printed for the author. 1812. "First edition, 4to, pp. viii, 666 [i.e. 660 - note errors in paging: 513- 520 omitted in numbering and extra numbered pages 231*-*232 inserted]; copper-engraved frontis portrait of Bowyer by and after Jacob Basire; full contemporary calf, neatly rebacked to match, preserving the original red morocco label; very good, sound copy. On p. 535ff. is a ""List of all the printing-houses in and about the cities of London and Westminster, together with the printers names, what news-papers they print ... also an account of the printing-houses in the several corporation towns of England [to about the year 1724]."" Nichols was Bowyer's apprentice, partner, and successor, and with this book he made valuable contributions to the literary history of the 18th century by gathering and publishing numerous anecdotes of the literary world of the day. He also edited the Gentleman's Magazine 1788-1826."

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        Works of The Rev. George Crabbe. Tales. Two volumes in one. [Fore Edge Painting]

      VG : in very good condition with fine gold tooled binding and yellow gilt edged watered silk endpapers. Light edge rubbing. Bound without half title and preliminary leaves to volume II. Aeg. Fore edge painting [First Edition] Contemporary Green Morocco gilt 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). xxx, 226pp;257pp. Fore-edge painting of a full-rigged sailing ship near coast of Yorkshire with ruined castle on headland and flock of birds in flight.

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        Fragmente aus der Geschichte der Klöster und Stiftungen Schlesiens von ihrer Entstehung bis zur Zeit ihrer Aufhebung im November 1810.

      Titel, (6), 656 Seiten. Mit 41 colorierten Kupferstichtafeln von Friedrich Gottlob Endler, zum Teil auf bläulich getöntem, starkem Papier, 8° (18,5 x 11,5 cm). Pappband der Zeit mit grauem geädertem Kleisterpapierbezug, goldgeprägtem rotem Rückenschild und rot gefärbtem Schnitt. Ausnehmend gutes Exemplar des schönen Bandes zur katholischen Kirchengeschichte Schlesiens; in diesem Zustand nicht häufig. - Motto auf dem Titelblatt: "Sine ira et studio". - Der Verfasser war Professor der Philosophie in Breslau (vgl. Hamberger/Meusel XIX, 248). - Das Werk ist nach Ordenszugehörigkeit der aufgelösten Klöster systematisch geordnet und enthält auch einen umfangreichen Teil zu den nicht aufgehobenen Klöstern und kirchlichen Stiften. - Die sehr schönen farbigen Tafeln -hier in der kompletten Folge und in guten, sauberen Abdrücken- zeigen verschiedene Geistliche und Ordensmitglieder, Benediktiner, Cistercienser, Prämonstratenser, Dominikaner, Carmeliter, Franziskaner, einen Augustiner-Eremiten, den Bischof, Domprobst, Prälaten und Canonicus, einen Jesuiten, Malteser-Ritter, einen Tempelherren, einen Römischen Alumnus etc., zum Teil vor in den Bildlegenden namentlich bezeichneten Kirchen oder Stadtlandschaften. - Zum Kupferstecher Endler (1763-1822), dem herausragenden Illustrator der schlesischen Landschaft der Goethezeit, vgl. Thieme/Becker X, 520. Endler entwickelte zwar ein Farbdruckverfahren, vorliegende Kupfer wurden aber eindeutig von Hand coloriert. - Aus der Rezension des Werks in der Allgemeinen Literatur-Zeitung vom Februar 1813, 393ff.: "Die Aufhebung der Stifter und Klöster war für Schlesien eine zu wichtige Operation, als dass sie nicht ein allgemeines Aufsehen, eine allgemeine Theilnahme hätte bewirken sollen, da die Verhältnisse so vieler Familien an diese geistlichen Stiftungen mehr oder minder geknüpft waren. Es war daher eine dankenswerthe Unternehmung, alles dasjenige zusammen zu stellen, was man von diesen Klöstern wusste". - Beschrieben werden über 80 aufgehobene Klöster und Stifte. - Kanten und Außengelenke etwas beschabt, Ecken bestoßen. Rücken mit oberflächlicher, lektürebedingter Längsfalte. - Titel und Vorsatz mit kleinem Braunfleck, einige wenige Blätter mit kleinem Braunfleck am Vordersteg. - Nahezu fleckenfrei und sehr sauber. - Die Kupfer teilweise deutlich größer als der Satzspiegel und daher unvermeidlich bis auf den Plattenrand beschnitten. - Holzmann/Bohatta 3813. - Lipperheide Oc 35. - Loewe, Bibliographie der schlesischen Geschichte 2912.

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        The History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's Westminster, Its Antiquities and Monuments ( 2 Volumes. 81 Coloured Plates )

      London: Ackermann , 1812. Complete in 2 volumes. Collation, xviii,330,[6]pp, 275,[4]pp, list of subscribers, engraved plan and portrait, 81 hand coloured plates. Books measure 13 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches, ( 35x28.5mm ). Recently rebacked, retaining the original period boards, raised bands, leather title labels. Original boards rubbed, worn on edges and corners, some fading of marble pattern. Both bindings in good clean firm condition. Internally, some light offsetting, spotting. Pages and plates in good clean condition. A good sold 2 volume work, with very nice hand coloured plates. A45. First Edition. Half Calf. Very Good. Large Quarto.

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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        STATE OF THE PRISONS IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES, Extending to Various Places Therein Assigned, But for the Debtor Only, But For Felons Also and Other Less Criminal Offenders. Together With Some Useful Documents, Observations, and Remarks, Adapted to Explain and Improve the Condition of Prisoners in General

      London: Printed by John Nichols and Son ... 1812. . 1st Ed. 4to. lxiv + 643pp. + [i]. Port. frontis., folding plan. Light sporadic browning, rebound in modern half calf with marbled boards, dec. gilt filleted raised bands with gilt lettered label to spine sl. marked. James Neild (1744–1814), penal reformer and philanthropist. ODNB ‘... In 1812, with the help of Weeden Butler, he published [the above] in which he reiterated his long-running campaign against imprisonment for debt ...’ Additional postage may be necessary US$1046

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        TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF BRAZIL, particularly in the gold and diamond districts of that country, by authority of the Prince Regent of Portugal; including a voyage to Rio de la Plata, and an historical sketch of the revolution of Buenos Ayres.

      London Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown 1812 - FIRST EDITION 1812, 4to, approximately 265 x 215 mm, 10½ x 8½ inches, engraved frontispiece and 8 engraved plates, including 1 hand coloured and 1 map, all with tissue guards except frontispiece, pages: vii, 366, (2) - Directions to Binder and advert for Mawe's precious stones, handsomely bound in modern full calf, narrow ornate gilt border enclosing blind stamped border to covers, raised bands and gilt decoration in compartments to spine, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, new endpapers. Very small pale stain to of frontispiece, light damp staining to inner edge of margin of frontispiece, 5 plates lightly foxed in the margins, plate at page 364 lightly foxed over part of the image, no foxing to hand coloured plate of minerals, very small hole to margin of plate page 163, neatly repaired, slight pale brown offsetting opposite plates, and with light brown damp stain to lower outer corner including a small area of the image, this stain is repeated on all the plates except the coloured one, diminishing in size and affecting the corner of the image on 4 plates, some plate margins and final plate lightly foxed, a few light fingermarks to margins at the beginning otherwise contents clean, some offsetting opposite plates. Binding tight and firm. A very good clean complete copy. John Mawe (1764 ? 1829) was a British mineralogist. He spent 15 years at sea, was then apprenticed to a stone-mason, and developed a passion for minerals, touring British mines, collecting minerals for the cabinet of the King of Spain. In 1804 he was commissioned by the Prince Regent of Portugal to go to Rio de la Plata to assess the value of the gold and diamond industries that might revitalise Brazil's ailing economy. After various setbacks and adventures including imprisonment and accompanying General Whitelocke's unsuccessful expedition against Buenos Ayres, he reached Brazil where he visited the diamond mines of Minas Geraes and other parts of the interior during 1809?10. He was given access to government archives and allowed to make copies of charts and other documents. He returned to England in 1811 and opened a shop in London selling minerals to collectors and he made a reputation for himself as practical mineralogist, writing several books on the subject. There is an advert for his commercial activities on the last page of the book. The first 3 chapters are concerned with Montevideo and Buenos Ayres, the remaining 17 are on the mining, agriculture, the cities, culture, customs etc of Brazil. The plates show views of washing for diamonds at Mandango, gold washing at Jaragua near Sao Paulo, a topaz mine at Capon, machinery, River Jigitonbonha, and a plate of crystals of diamonds, topaz and tourmaline, 1 hand coloured and heightened with gold of minerals collected by the author on his tour and 1 of shells. Sabin 46991; Borba de Moraes, Bibliographia Brasiliana, II, p. 541-2. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1813

      St Christopher: Printed by Thomas R. Howe, at his Office in Basseterre and sold by his Correpondents in the several islands., 1812 - [15] + 32pp, partially interleaved. 1st ed., some manuscript notes on blank pages otherwise very clean in contemporary marbled card covers. First 13pp and cover have been clipped at top right corner. Includes information on Length of Roads around St Christopher, Courts in the Leeward Islands, List of Officers in the Leewards, the Council and Assembly in St Christopher, Justices of the Peace, Windward and Leeward Regimental Officers and Officers of the Forts, accounts of sugar shipped from Basseterre and Nevis. Very rare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        "A complete and universal dictionary of the English language comprehending the explanation, pronunciation, origin & synonymies of each word ... with a variety of other useful information."

      Brightly & Childs Bungay: Brightly & Childs. 1812. "First Bungay edition, 4to, engraved title-p. (verso blank) + [v]-xxxiii, [3], 928; 20 engraved hand-colored maps (4 folding), 26 engraved plates; full contemporary calf scuffed and rubbed, but sound; good copy. Includes a number of miscellaneous articles, including those on the origin of alphabets, by the Abbot Anselm, a short essay on the origin and antiquity of the English tongue, an English grammar, and sections on the constitution, government and trade of England. Vancil, p. 18."

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        The Country Gentleman's Lawyer; and the Complete Law Library Containing All the Laws Now in Force Which Particularly Relate to Country Gentlemen, Farmers, Clergymen, Graziers, Millers, Carriers... Down to the Present Tim

      London Gale, Curtis, and Fenner 1812. VG : in very good condition. Rebound The Sixth Edition, with Considerable Additions Blue cloth spine over grey board cover 220mm x 130mm (9" x 5"). 146pp.

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        Hymns for Little Children

      New-York: Printed and Sold by S. Wood at the Juvenile Book-store, 1812. First edition.. Wraps. Very good. 16mo. (2½ x 4 inches.) 26,(2)pp. The final 2pp are publisher's advertisements. Printed wraps, string binding. Illustrated with woodcuts. our alphabets printed inside front cover: Roman capitals and lower case; Italic capitals and lower case. Cover with a vignette of a plant, title page almost the same but the vignette is a palm tree. Pagination agrees with Welch: [1], [2-3], 4-26. [27-28], adv. list of books]. Cover soiled and rubbed, light age soiling to the text block but overall a very good copy. Contemporary ownership name of Bringhurst on the title page. Rare. Welch 439.1.

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        The History of England

      London: Cadell et al., 1812 - 5 volume set, 8.5 inches tall. A splendid regency binding with inked raised bands and fine gilt tooling to the panels, typical of the period. The diced boards are framed within a gilt roll. Slight rubbing and off setting to the title page. A previous owners name has been clipped from top of each title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CURSE OF KEHAMA

      London Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1812 - 2 volumes. A very early printing, only two years after the original. A copy with fine provenance, being that of Anne MacKenzie Gladstone, sister of William Ewart Gladstone, four times British Prime Minister. With further family ownership inscription to the free-fly. 12mo, in lovely antique polished calf of the period, the covers decorated with a gilt ruled rolled frame in a fan and flower motif, the spines with gilt stippled raised bands gilt ruled, the compartments with elaborate gilt tooled frames surrounding a central gilt tooled floral device, each volume with two navy morocco labels gilt lettered and rolled in blind, gilt tooled board edges and turn-ins, page edges marbled. Each volume with dated 1818 autograph signature of Anne MacKenzie Gladstone and 1852 signature of T. Gladstone (likely her brother, Thomas Gladstone) on the front blanks. xi, [2], 252; [2], 213 pp. A very fine set, in a wonderful state of preservation, the paper fresh and clean, the bindings solid, handsome and in fully original state with just a light bit of wear to the extremities and very minor chipping at the spine tips. A BEAUTIFUL SET WITH FINE PROVENANCE, OF THIS CLASSIC BY ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THE LAKE COUNTRY POETS. A FINE PRINTING OF THE POEM AND WITH EXTENSIVE NOTES ON INDIAN RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. Southey was a contemporary of Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats and a highly important poet in his own right. "Courses are like young chickens, they always come home to roost." This is an uncommonly fresh and fine set of Southey’s epic poem. ‘KEHAMA’ was based on Hindu mythology, but even more so on Southey’s own memories of his school days when he suffered terrible insomnia. It was one of his school mates, "a dark and mysterious boy", who formed the basis for one of the poem’s villains. Although the poem describes Hindu myth, it is heavily influenced by Zoroastrian theology and the ideal of a dualistic moral system. Part of Southey's focus on India stems from the recent British colonial expansion into India and rising interest by British citizens for Indian culture. Critics praised the quality of the poem's language. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A complete and universal dictionary of the English language comprehending the explanation, pronunciation, origin & synonymies of each word . with a variety of other useful information.

      Brightly & Childs, Bungay 1812 - First Bungay edition, 4to, engraved title-p. (verso blank) + [v]-xxxiii, [3], 928; 20 engraved hand-colored maps (4 folding), 26 engraved plates; full contemporary calf scuffed and rubbed, but sound; good copy. Includes a number of miscellaneous articles, including those on the origin of alphabets, by the Abbot Anselm, a short essay on the origin and antiquity of the English tongue, an English grammar, and sections on the constitution, government and trade of England. Vancil, p. 18. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Geogenische und geognostische Studien auf einer Reise durch Russland und den Ural. Darmstadt, G. Jonghaus 1862. 8°. IV, 266 S., 1 Bl., mit 3 Textholzschnitten u. 15 (1 gef.) farblithogr. Tafeln, OBrosch.

      - ADB XIX, 612 ff. - Poggendorff III, 840 - Reichardt II, 56. - Erste Ausgabe. - R. Ludwig (1812-1880), u.a. hessischer Salinen- u. Badeinspektor, war "ein eifriger Forscher und fruchtbarer Schriftsteller auf geologischem Gebiete." (ADB).- Vorliegend das Ergebniss seiner 1860 unternommenen Reise in die Kohlendistrikte Russlands, eine "größere, anziehend geschriebene und mit reichen bildlichen Darstellungen geschmückte Schrift". (ADB). - Enthält Kapitel: Über Eisenstein- und Kupfererzbildung im Ural und in andern Gegenden Europas. Die Kohledeformation am Ural. Über Holzanschwemmungen und Torfmoore an der Wolga.- Die Tafeln zeigen Profile, geologische Formationen u. Karten (z.B. ?Die Steinkohlenformation an der Lunja, Koswa und Uswa im Gouvernement Perm.?).- Tls. leicht braunfleckig, Umschl. mit kl. ergänzter Randfehlstelle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE MILITARY COSTUME OF EUROPE; exhibited in a series of highly-finished military figures, in the uniform of their several corps; with a concise description, and historical anecdotes; forming memoirs of the various armies of the present time

      London, T. Goddard, Military Library, and J. Booth, 1812.. FIRST EDITION 1812 and 1822, 2 volumes in one, folio, approximately 360 x 250 mm, 14¼ x 9¾ inches, 89 of 96 hand coloured etched plates, 90 leaves of text (printed 1 side only), Volume I: 2 leaves of prelims, 41 text leaves, 40 of 48 plates (plate 9 was repeated, only 1 present, but text for both present); Volume II, TITLE PAGE MISSING (John Booth, 1822), 49 leaves of text, 49 plates. Bound in contemporary blue half calf over marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, gilt decorated bands to spine and gilt motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, edges speckled red. Extremities rubbed, 2 ink initials on front endpaper, 3 in top margin of title page, some light offsetting and very occasional water-staining, occasional spotting, minute hole in 1 lower margin, small closed tear to 1 lower plate margin with old paper repair on reverse, pale foxing to a few text pages and a few plates. A very good sturdy tight copy (lacking 7 plates and 1 repeat plate as noted). Well-executed plates representing the military uniforms of the British, Prussian, Austrian, French, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish and Danish Armies in the early years of the 19th century. See: Rene Colas, Costume et de la Mode , 2058; Hilaire and Meyer Hiler, Bibliography of Costume, page 614; R. V. Tooley, English Books with Coloured Plates 1790-1860, page 197, No. 236. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Über einige Italiänische Gelehrte und Künstler welche Matthias Corvinus König von Ungarn beschäftigte

      Göttingen 1812.. Oktav. Zeitgenössische Lackpapierbroschur. 32 S., Titel mit den die Provenienz bekundenden Stempeln (Bibliothek der KKönigl. Sternwarte Göttingen, Gauss-Bibliothek, Ausscheidungsstempel der Nieders. Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek. Schwach gebräunt, wohlerhalten. Erste Ausgabe. - Goedeke VI, 283, 5. Nicht bei Petrik. - Graf Clemens von Metternich, dem Curator der k.u.k. Academie der vereinigten bildenden Künste ob der Aufnahme des Verfassers in die Akademie gewidmete Dankesschrift. Der Verfasser gilt als der Begründer der Kunstgeschichte als eigenständiger Disziplin in Deutschland und war zunächst Aufseher der Kupferstichsammlung der Göttinger Universität, später auch ihrer Gemäldesammlung. 1799 erhielt er die außerordentliche, ein Jahr nach Erscheinen vorliegender Schrift die ordentliche Professur. Vgl. auch NDB V, S. 168.

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        Travels in the Island of Iceland During the Summer of the Year MDCCCX

      G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Boards rubbed and with minor edge-wear. Inner hinges cracked. Some foxing and offsetting. Northern Light Board stamp to rear of title page Second Edition Leather cover with gilt-decorated raised bands and gilt emblem of the Northern Light Board to spine 270mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). xv, 492pp. Fifteen full page plates including eight hand-coloured aquatints; four folding tables and numerous engraved vignettes. From the collection of the Northern Heritage Light house Trust.

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        Writ of Recovery for real property in Somersetshire

      n.p.: n.p., 1812. Loose leaf vellum. Very Good +. 24 3/4 x 32 inches; Charles Mayo (clerk, demander) and Charles Millett (Gentleman, tenant). Writ of Recovery for real property in Somersetshire issued by James Mansfield Knight after trial at Westminster. Fine George III portrait and stamps. Neat manuscript in contemporary scribe's hand. A few dampstains. An excellent Georgian indenture.

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        Isabel la Católica en Orihuela. Leyenda de un códice de familia

      - Biografías. Isabel España. I (929 Isabel (460) I ) Literatura española. Poesía lírica. Siglo XIX. (821.134.2-14"18") 187? 25 cm. 389 p. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial. Molíns, Mariano Roca de Togores, 1812-1889. Por el Marqués de Molins. Imp. y Estereotipia de M. Rivadeneyra. Isabel. Reina de España. Poesías . Falto de la hoja de año e imprenta . 37E [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "The history of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's Westminster, its antiquities and monuments."

      London: R. Ackermann. 1812. "First edition, first issue (i.e. first plate in second volume signed F. Mackenzie), 2 vols., 4to, pp. [iii]-xvi, [2], 330, [6]; [2], 275, [5]; complete with engraved frontispiece portrait, engraved plan, hand-colored lithograph half-title in vol. II, 78 hand-colored aquatints and 2 uncolored lithographs; bound without the half-titles in contemporary full calf with double gilt rules on covers enclosing a large central gilt lozenge, neatly and sympathetically rebacked in tan calf to match, red and black morocco labels and gilt design in the panels matching that on covers; some rubbing at extremities, many of the plates offset, several pages with some spotting, but in all a very good, sound set. Tooley, 2. Abbey, Scenery, 213. Prideaux p. 331."

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        CONSTITUCION POLITICA DE LA MONARQUIA ESPAÑOLA, promulgada en Cádiz 1812. Edición facsímile.

      - Edición Conmemorativa Bicentenario 1812-2012. Se trata de un facsímile de la Reimpresa en Madrid: en la Imprenta Nacional, 1814, 120+ 2 págs. Se trata de una edición simbólica pues es la primera reimpresión de la Constitución con el Rey español desde la vuelta del Estado a Madrid, a principios de 1814, y la última del primer ciclo constitucional español. La Constitución mide 11x16 cm y está encuadernada en piel, estampada en planos y lomo y con los cantos dorados. Se trata de una edición de 373 ejemplares numerados y autenticada con acta notarial. Está muy bien realizada con el papel envejecido. Se adjunta un estudio independiente de 75 págs. Va dentro de un estuche de 24x30 cm en madera forrada de terciopelo rojo y letras doradas impresas en plano anterior. Perfecto estado. Ha sido editada por Taberna Libraria. (54794).

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        A dictionary of the Malayan language in two parts, Malayan and English and English and Malayan.

      Printed for the author by Cox and Baylis, London 1812 - First edition, 4to, pp. [4], xv, [1], 589 [1]; rebound in green buckram, spine gilt, new endpapers, ex-library with withdrawn stamps on front and back of title page, library numbers and residue from removed label at base of spine, else very good and sound. Well represented in institutions, but scarce in the trade. Marsden (1754-1836), orientalist and numismatist, "during an eight years' residence in Sumatra, did good official service as sub-secretary, and afterwards as principal secretary, to the government. He amused his leisure hours by writing verses and by acting female parts in a theatre at Bencoolen built and chiefly managed by his brother. He also mastered the vernacular tongue, a study which bore fruit later," in the present volume (DNB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Life of Merlin, Sirnamed Ambrosius. His Prophecies, and Predictions Interpreted; and Their Truth Made Good by Our English Annals:

      Carmarthen: Printed and sold by J. Evans, 1812. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. viii,324pp Contemporary half leather, marbled paper boards. Spine tooled in gilt; black leather lettering label, gilt. List of subscribers, index. Edges and corners worn else this is a very good copy. Reprint of the first edition of 1641 and scarce in its own right. Lowndes, p. 1064. With the armorial bookplate of Sir William Grace.

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        Hymns for Little Children

      New York: Printed and sold by S. Wood at the Juvenile Book-store. No. 357 Pearl-street. 1812. First. First edition. 16mo. String-tied buff printed wrappers. 24pp (2pp) ads for Juvenile books sold by Wood. Several wood cuts, inside front wrap with four printed alphabets. Wrappers darkened and rubbed, and with a light splash mark, but still a sound and tight, very good copy. This pamphlet had many subsequent printings, this is the first edition, and additionally, while Wood was in business for several decades, this appears to be the first book he issued specifically from the "Juvenile Book-store" which seems to have been operated between 1812-1822. Very scarce, OCLC lists but three copies. .

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        Wissenschaft der Logik (The Science of Logic).

      Johann Leonhard Schrag 1812, 1813 & 1816, Nürnberg - Three Books in Two Volumes. Volume 1: Erster Band. Die objective Logik: TP + [III]-X = Vorrede + [XI]-XIV = Inhalt + [I]-XXVIII = Einleitung + 334 [plis] Zweytes Buch. Die Lehre vom Wesen): TP + [III]-VI = Inhalt + [1]-282. Volume 2: Zweiter Band. Wissenschaft der subjectiven Logik oder die Lehre vom Begriff: Series TP on verso [facing] TP + [III]-VI = Vorbericht + VII-X = Inhalt + [1]-403. Octavo. All Three in First Edition. Hegel's Science of Logic in a Gorgeous Matched Contemporary SetAll Three Books bound in Two Volumes - Each in First Edition (1812, 1813 & 1816)Hegel's The Science of Logic provided a complete outline for his vision of logic; an ontology that incorporates the traditional Aristotelian syllogism not as a foundational element, but rather as a sub-component of his system. For Hegel, the most important achievement of German Idealism (starting with Kant and culminating in his own philosophy), was the demonstration that Reality is shaped through and through by mind and, when properly understood, actually is nothing other than Mind. Thus ultimately the structures of thought and reality, subject and object, are identical. This means that, for Hegel, the underlying structure of all Reality is ultimately rational so logic is not merely about reasoning or argument but rather is also the rational, structural core of all of Reality and every dimension of it. The Science of Logic thus includes (among other things) analyses of being, nothingness, becoming, existence, reality, essence, reflection, concept, and method. As developed, it includes the fullest description of his dialectic. These three books together are sometimes referred to as the Greater Logic to distinguish it from the condensed version of his thoughts on logic presented in what is called the Lesser Logic, namely the Logic section of his Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences.Hegel wrote 'The Science of Logic' after he had completed his Phenomenology of Spirit and while he was in Nuremberg working at a secondary school and courting his fiancée. It was published in a number of volumes. The first, 'The Objective Logic', has two parts (the Doctrines of Being and Essence) and each part was published in 1812 and 1813 respectively. The second volume, 'The Subjective Logic' was published in 1816 the same year he became a professor of philosophy at Heidelberg. The Science of Logic was found to be too advanced for undergraduate students so Hegel wrote his Lesser Logig for the Encyclopedia which was published in 1817.Hegel considered his Logik to be one of his major works and therefore kept it up to date through constant revision. In 1826, when the book went out of stock, instead of reprinting as requested, he undertook to revise it. By 1831, Hegel had completed a greatly revised and expanded version of the 'Doctrine of Being', but had no time to revise the rest of the book. The Preface to the second edition is dated 7 November 1831, just before his death on 14 November 1831. That edition appeared in 1832, and again in 1834-5 in the posthumous Works. The only English translation has been based on this second edition. matching contemporary ¾ leather with dark green marbled boards. The spines have gilt decorations and the title in gilt on a red field. There is some light wear to the exterior (most especially to the bumped corners), but otherwise the bindings present themselves beautifully. The text is generally clean and bright which comes with a beautiful custom clamshell box with ½ leather over marbled boards and red morocco spine labels. Overall a truly exceptional copy of one of the more important works in Western Philosophy. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

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        Théorie Analytique des Probabilités.Paris: Courcier, 1812.

      First edition of "the most influential book on probability and statistics ever written." (Anders Hald). <br/><br/> "Laplace's great treatise on probability appeared in 1812, with later editions in 1814 and 1820. Its picture of probability theory was entirely different from the picture in 1750. On the philosophical side was Laplace's interpretation of probability as rational belief, with inverse probability as its underpinning. On the mathematical side was the method of generating functions, the central limit theorem, and Laplace's technique for evaluating posterior probabilities. On the applied side, games of chance were still evidence, but they were dominated by problems of data analysis and Bayesian methods for combining probabilities of judgments, which replaced the earlier non-Bayesian methods of Hooper and Bernoulli." (Grattan-Guiness: History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences, p.1301). <br/><br/> "In the Théorie Laplace gave a new level of mathematical foundation and development both to probability theory and to mathematical statistics. ... [It] emerged from a long series of slow processes and once established, loomed over the landscape for a century or more." (Stephen Stigler: Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, p.329-30). <br/><br/> "It was the first full-scale study completely devoted to a new specialty, ... [and came] to have the same sort of relation to the later development of probability that, for example, Newton's Principia Mathematica had to the later science of mechanics." (DSB). <br/><br/> Evans, First Editions of Epochal Achievements 12; Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 24; Honeyman 1923.. 4to, fine contemporary half calf with vellum corners, pp [vi] 464, [3: errata], pages 149/150 with a crease (from before it was bound and pressed), one leaf has a closed tear in the margin (no loss), and one gathering is lightly browned and some very light spotting to a few leaves. In all a very fine copy of this rare work which is usually found in poor condition

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        Neues Magazin aller neuen Erfindungen, Entdeckungen und Verbesserungen, für Fabrikanten, Manufakturisten, Künstler, Handwerker und Ökonomen, .

      Leipzig, Baumgärtnersche Buchhandlung, [um 1812]. - Zweiter Band, 1. bis 6. Stück. 36 z.T. gef. Kupfertaf., 375 S., (4 Bl. Register). Halblederband der Zeit m. umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Rückenvergoldung u. goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (berieben/bestoßen/unteres Kapital m. kl. Fehlstelle). Diese Zusammenstellung gibt Auskunft über neue Entwicklungen und Entdeckungen aus verschiedensten Bereichen, u.a. Maschinenbau, Bautechnik, Landwirtschaft, Farbenherstellung. Enthalten ist auch die Tauchmaschine "Triton", die erste von zahlreichen kuriosen Erfindungen des Komponisten und Schriftstellers Friedrich Johann von Drieberg (vgl. Wikipedia-Artikel zu Drieberg, 25.01.2012). Die Tafeln zeigen u.a. Rieffelsens Kraft- oder Hebemaschine, Lavocat's Gartendiebs-Falle, Moellerups Brauofen, eine Orientalische Wasserschoepfmaschine und Lemberts Maschine zum Kneten des Brotteigs. - Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf innerem Einbanddeckel, Titelblatt und 1. Seite. Frei von Anstreichungen und Stempeln. Nur stellenweise geringfügig fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bill of Demurrer Submitted to the New York Court of Chancery, 1812

      1812. Bill of Demurrer Submitted To Chancellor Kent by a Young Martin Van Buren [Manuscript]. Van Buren, Martin [1782-1862]. [Bill of Demurrer Submitted to the New York Court of Chancery]. Kinderhook, NY, 1812. 8 leaves, 8" x 13." Content to rectos and versos of first seven, endorsement to verso of final leaf, items held together with contemporary straight pin. Three horizontal fold lines, light browning and minor edgewear, some wear along a fold line of final leaf. An interesting item. * This bill was submitted to Chancellor Kent on behalf of James J. Van Alen, his half-brother and law partner, and James Vanderpool, who were seeking to recover debts from the estate of Cornelius Master, a Kinderhook attorney. Van Buren was admitted to the New York Bar in 1803. An excellent attorney, he was admitted as a counselor of the Supreme Court in 1807 and was Surrogate of Columbia County in 1808. He was a state senator in 1812 and President from 1837 to 1841.

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        The LIFE Of The MOST NOBLE ARTHUR MARQUIS And EARL Of WELLINGTON ... With Copius Details and Delineations, Historical, Political, and Military ... Including Numerous Interesting Professional Anecdotes, ... Forming a Complete and General View of his Services ... In Two [Three] Volumes

      London:: Printed by and for J. and J. Cundee,. (n. d.).. 8vo. Ca. 1812-1814. 3 volumes (xix, [20] - 568, vi; viii, [9] - 567, [7]; xiv, [15] - 570, [6] pp). Index concludes each volume. Set complete through publication date; a 15-page "Appendix" dealing with the battle of Waterloo was issued separately in 1817 and is not present here.. 19th C tan polished half-calf with blue marbled paper boards. Maroon leather title labels; green leather volume labels to spine. TEG. Marbled eps.. Modest wear. Small chip to &#39;Volume&#39; label of Volume I, which has had. its front joint professionally strengthened at some point in the. past. A portrait of Lafayette sometimes reported in Volume I, which. is not present here. Withal, a handsome VG+ set.. Frontis & engraved title leaf each volume. 3 folding maps. 29 plates (Vol I - 8; Vol II - 9; Vol III - 11). Head- tailpieces.

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        Repertoire Universel et Raisonne de Jurisprudence. Quatrième édition Corrigee?

      Paris, Garnery 1812/1815 15 volumi In-4, bella legatura in mezza pelle con fregi e titolo in oro. Il tomo quindicesimo contiene le Addition A - Z.

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        Histoire de Louis Mandrin, Depuis sa naissance jusqu'a sa mort; Avec un detail de ses curantes, de ses brigandages et de ses supplices.

      A Avignon Chez Jean-Albet Joly. 1812 - Small 8vo, 119 x 72 mms., pp. 134 including woodcut frontispiece, original wrappers, uncut; extremities frayed, early reenforcement of spine with cloth. Mandrin (1725 - 1755) is often called the "Robin Hood of France," and there are numerous accounts of his revolt against the tax authorities and his successful career as a smuggler. After numerous escapades and brief encounters with the French militia, he was captured, tried, and put to death by having his arms and legs broken and then tied to a wheel. The first account of his life and adventures was published in the year of his death. The only copy of this edition that I have been able to trace is in the Bibliotheque Nationale. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        "A dictionary of the Malayan language in two parts, Malayan and English and English and Malayan."

      London: Printed for the author by Cox and Baylis. 1812. "First edition, 4to, pp. [4], xv, [1], 589 [1]; rebound in green buckram, spine gilt, new endpapers, ex-library with withdrawn stamps on front and back of title page, library numbers and residue from removed label at base of spine, else very good and sound. Well represented in institutions, but scarce in the trade. Marsden (1754-1836), orientalist and numismatist, ""during an eight years&#39; residence in Sumatra, did good official service as sub-secretary, and afterwards as principal secretary, to the government. He amused his leisure hours by writing verses and by acting female parts in a theatre at Bencoolen built and chiefly managed by his brother. He also mastered the vernacular tongue, a study which bore fruit later,"" in the present volume (DNB)."

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        Journal des dames et des modes *

      Paris, 10.1.-25.12.1812. - Ravissante reliure brodée 21 x 14, gardes de papier fantaisie. Une cinquantaine de gravures colorées d'époques, pleine de fraîcheur. Charmant album qui témoigne des moeurs de jadis, ô accessoires & chapeaux, à des lieues de nos propres vêtements. tout passe !Quelques lacunes sans doute, je ne pas eu le courage de contrôler.

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        Works of The Rev. George Crabbe. Tales. Two volumes in one. [Fore Edge Painting]

      London Thomas Davison Printer 1812. VG : in very good condition with fine gold tooled binding and yellow gilt edged watered silk endpapers. Light edge rubbing. Bound without half title and preliminary leaves to volume II. Aeg. Fore edge painting [First Edition] Contemporary Green Morocco gilt 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). xxx, 226pp;257pp. Fore-edge painting of a full-rigged sailing ship near coast of Yorkshire with ruined castle on headland and flock of birds in flight.

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        Pisa illustrata nelle arti del disegno da Alessandro da Morrona. Seconda edizione? - 3 Volumi

      Giovanni Marenigh, Livorno 1812 - 3 tomi in 16°, piena pergamena coeva, tit. e fregi in oro su tass. al dorso, tagli sup. rossi, segnalibri tricolore, pp.XXIV-507, XXIII-560, XVI-589, molto ben conservati. Seconda edizione molto rara contenente un maggior numero di tavole rispetto alla prima ediz. edita a Pisa nel 1787-1793. Bellissima e importante l&#146;inc. a bulino eseguita da Baccio Baldini e raffigurante L&#146;inferno del Camposanto di Pisa [il rame originale si sostiene che sia stato portato in Francia], come pure quella di S. Girolamo penitente di anonimo quattrocentesco (forse lo stesso Baccio Baldini). Le altre tavole sono di Fambrini, Canacci e dello stesso Morrona, complessivamente 33 anche più volte ripieg. e così distribuite: 8 nel I vol. compreso l&#146;antip. raffigurante il ritratto del Da Morrona, 17 nel II e 8 nel III. - nell&#146;immagine, particolare de L&#146;Inferno s 097

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        THE NEW BOTANIC GARDEN. Illustrated with one hundred and thirty-three plants, engraved by Sansom, from original pictures, and coloured with the greatest exactness from drawings by Sydenham Edwards

      J. Stockdale. London. 1812. FIRST EDITION. Two volumes bound in one. Both title pages present. Large 4to. (11.8 x 9.7 inches). vi, 503pp. Beautifully illustrated with 61 fine hand coloured engraved plates. A clean and wide margined copy in a fine early leather binding. Contemporary full black straight grained morocco. Spine with wide raised bands, double ruled in gilt. Compartments fully decorated and lettered in gilt. Boards with wide gilt decorative borders. Gilt just a bit dulled but still very readable. All edges gilt. Decorative gilt roll to inner boards. Grey/blue endpapers. The hinges have been expertly, and almost invisibly, repaired by Trevor Lloyd and the book looks and feels wonderful. Extremities just a little rubbed. Overall a very attractive copy of this beautiful work in a lovely early leather binding. -- The plates were featured in the earlier work, A Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardening, by R. W. Dickson between 1805 and 1807. This is the first appearance of this title.

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        Gravées au trait et Publiees par Moisy. Moisy, GraveurmRue des Postes...

      A Paris, (1812). Folio. Fine Later hcalf in old style with raised bands. - Consisting of 42 engr.plates, of which 30 are in fine handcolouring (Numb. 1-42). Some plates dampstained in upper part, mostly effecting upper margins

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        Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London

      London: W. Bulmer & Co., 1812. 1812 to 1835. First Series, volumes 1-7, Second Series volume 1 only (of 3). Engraved titles and headpiece to vol 1, 155 engraved or lithographed plates of which 81 are hand-coloured including a few folding. Original full green morocco with gilt lettering, marbled paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed, spine of volume 3 relaid, spines slightly faded. Contents clean and bright with only occasional light spotting.. 1st Ed. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by W.Hooker and Others. 28.0 x 21.5 Cms..

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