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        A Voyage Round the World, 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804, in which the Author visited Madeira, the Brazils, Cape of Good Hope, the English Settlements of Botany Bay and Norfolk Island, and the Principal Islands in the Pacific Ocean.

      A. Maxwell., London 1813 - with Continuation of their History to the present period, Quarto, title, [iii] iv-vi, [ix] x-xv [1] 516pp. some spotting, small margin corner cut last 6 pages. contemporary calf [worn] over marbled boards. Second and 'Best' Edition, considerable additions and alterations. The party sailed from Portsmouth in 1800 "intent on taking advantage of the lucrative fur trade on the northwest coast of America. Turnbull was the business manager of the expedition. Though the voyage was a financial failure, it did obtain interesting information about various South Sea islands, such as Norfolk Island, Tahiti, Hawaii, and the Tonga Islands, and made the discovery of the Margaret, Phillips, and Holt islands in the Tuamotu Archipelago" - [Hill 1728]

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        [K 384]. Die Entführung aus dem Serail Oper in drey Ackten... L'enlevement du Serail. [Full score]

      Bonn: Simrock [PN] 949]. [ca. 1813]. Folio. 19th century quarter dark green leather with marbled boards, spine with titling in decorative compartments gilt. 1f. (title, verso blank), [1]-[2] (blank), 3-108., 2ff. (blank), 109-272, 2ff. (blank), [273]-350, 1f. (blank). Engraved. With text in German and French. & & Small sewing hole to upper blank inner margin. Previous owner's name and small handstamp to foot of title. A very good, well-margined copy, printed on high quality paper with strong impression. . First Edition. Rare. Hirsch II, 639. Sonneck Orchestral Music p. 117. RISM M4246, MM4246 (a total of 3 copies in the U.S.). Köchel 8 p. 384. Haberkamp I p. 180. Hoboken 11, 141. & & First performed in Vienna at the Burgtheater on July 16th 1782, with a libretto by Johann Gottlieb Stephanie the Younger after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner. & & "The most important composition of this period, [1780-1783] however, was Die Entführung aus dem Serail, the libretto of which was given to Mozart at the end of July 1781. Originally planned for September, the première was postponed until the following summer (Mozart had completed the first act in August 1781). The opera was a great success: Gluck requested an extra performance, Schikaneder's troupe mounted an independent production in September 1784 (although the aria ‘Martern aller Arten’ was replaced because the orchestra was incapable of performing the obbligato solos), and productions were soon mounted in cities throughout German-speaking Europe. The earliest lengthy obituary of Mozart, in the Musikalische Korrespondenz der Teutschen Filarmonischen Gesellschaft of 4 January 1792, described the work as ‘the pedestal upon which his fame was erected’." Cliff Eisen et al in Grove online& & "The composition of this opera coincided with Mozart's marriage to Constanze Weber and his permanent settling in Vienna as a freelance composer and performer. Despite the intrigues and complications which plagued the premiere, it proved to be Mozart's most popular opera in his lifetime, partly due to the fashion for plays and operas on oriental subjects. But it was of this piece that the Emperor, according to Niemetschek (1798), made his famous comment: 'Too beautiful for our ears, my dear Mozart, and vastly too many notes', to which Mozart replied 'Just as many as are necessary, your Majesty'." Robbins Landon: The Mozart Compendium, p. 249.

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        An Essay Towards A Theory of Apparitions

      London, Cadell and Davies. 1813, 1813. First Edition. Slim 8vo. Contemporary marbled boards with vellum corners, recent leather spine titled in silver gilt to green title label. Alastair Robb-Smith's bookplate to front pastedown. Some very light foxing. The first attempt to explain apparitions and phantoms as mental hallucinations on a physio-pathological basis. Fascinating reading.

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        Rural Sports (4 Volume Set)

      Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown . By Thomas Davison, London 1813 - Slight wear to extremities (chiefly to spine edges, foredges and corners; chiefly rubbing); slight sunning and fading to spines; slight stains, rubbing and browning to covers (leather over cloth; chiefly to midsections); previous owner's repairs and markings (chiefly to inner hinges of volumes 1 and 4; tape repair); slight internal browning and/or foxing (chiefly to edges and preliminaries; generally unaffecting engravings). [ca. 450] pages per volume. Title on spines: Daniel's Rural Sports. Later issue of the original compilation, with varying imprint dates on engraved title pages (from 1802 to 1812); includes coverage of virtually every outdoor sport in Great Britain (chiefly England and Scotland) -- angling, hunting (including fox hunting), riding and training of dogs and horses, etc, with various chapters on such topics as gamekeepers, poachers, various types of guns, formulas for the best gunpowder, etc. Particularly notable for the wealth of illustrative material, capturing the natural states of virtually every land mammal and bird in the British Isles (plus a few portraits, diagrams, and 1 double- page engraved insert chart in volume 2). Includes bibliographical references, plus 2 indexes (at rear of volumes 3 and 4) and a list of subscribers (preliminaries of volume 4). See BMC, volume 6, page 929, column 328 (originally published in 2 volumes, 1801-02; later issues published between 1807 and 1813). 4 volumes complete; bound uniformly in 3/4 maroon straight-grained morocco over red-brown linen cloth, spines stamped gilt and decorated in blind, with partly raised bands, plain endpapers, all edges trimmed. Additional relevant material (including an additional color illustration; but principally newspaper clippings) present. Daniel (ca. 1753-1833), English sporting writer and divine; graduate of Christ's College, Cambridge (M. A., 1790) and took orders. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("Mr. Shelley." in the third person) to Christopher John Pike.

      41 Skinner Street, Snow Hill, n.d., but probably August 1813 - One page, 12mo, with Shelley's red wax seal, red cloth portfolio. Provenance: A. Edward Newton (his sale Parke-Bernet, pt III, 30 October 1941, lot 247; bookplate in portfolio); Roger H. West (bookplate in portfolio). Excellent condition, the seal intact. Shelley writes in the third person: "Mr. Shelley requests that Mr. Pike would give the Bearer the copy of the Settlement in his possession. Mr. S. will return it in the course of the week." Kenneth Neill Cameron provides the most accurate dating for this letter in Shelley and His Circle, vol. III, pp. 244–48. This letter and one other (probably written to Shelley's lawyer, G. B. Ballachey) are the only ones to be known to have been written by Shelley from William Godwin's house, 41 Skinner Street, Snow Hill, in London. The probable date for both letters is 18–19 August 1813, the only two days when Shelley was at Godwin's house and was actively involved in procuring the 1791 settlement of the Shelley family estates as part of his efforts to raise post obit money for the financially strapped Godwin (see also James Bieri, Percy Bysshe Shelley, 2004, vol. I, pp. 300, 340). Shelley had just achieved his legal majority, having turned 21 on 4 August 1813. Christopher John Pike was a solicitor who Shelley and his wife later met at Ballachey's office on 14 September 1814 when another post obit sale was taking place. At this time, however, after Shelley's July 1814 elopement with Mary Godwin (he was married to Harriet Westbrook), both were banned by Godwin from entering his home. See De Ricci, A Bibliography of Shelley's Letters, 231.

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        Polynesia

      Cadell & Davies, Strand & Lonman Hurst, Reese, Orme & Brown, Patemoster Row, London 1813 - Engraved map with hand color. From Pinkerton's Modern Atlas. Drawn under the direction of Mr. Pinkerton by L. Hebert. Neele sculpt. 35r. Strand. Sheet size: 22 1/8 x 32 7/8". Inventory#: p698pmat.

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        East India Isles.

      1813 - London, Cadell & Davies, 1813. Original colour. 560 x 770mm. Engraved by Neele for 'Pinkerton's Modern Atlas', issued in parts between 1809-14 and as a whole in 1815. Drawn under the direction of Mr. Pinkerton by L. Hebert. Neele sculpt. 352 Strand. London: published April 15th. 1813, by Cadell & Davies, Strand & Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, Paternoster Row. Relief shown by hachures.

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        La Napoleonide, ou les Fastes Napoleon. (Ouvrage Italien de M. Petroni, traduit en Francais par M. Tercy [and M. ***]. Les notes numismatiques de M. Poggi; les notes litteraires de M. Biagioli; les medailles dessinees par M. Pecheux et gravees.

      Parigi : Didot 1813 - Physical desc.: xxiv, 550 p : ill. Illustrative medallions by Benoit Pécheux (b. 1779); notes by Antonio Pitaro (1774-1833?); preface and French explanations of medallions and odes by Joseph Lavallée (1747-1816). Subject: Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. Genre: Poetry. Language: French ; Italian ; Multiple languages. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt-cross bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 550 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vestiges of Antiquity; Or A Series of Etchings and Engravings of the Ancient Monastery of St Augustine with the Cathedral, Castle and Other Antiquities...in Canterbury

      London T. Hastings 1813. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Covers marked and edgeworn. Inner hinges cracked and weak but holding. Some browning and off-setting within but to a minor degree. Sellotape repairs to rear of preface page and to rear endpaper First Edition Papered boards 480mm x 300mm (19" x 12"). 12pp. + 12 plates. Twelve full page engravings, chiefly by T. hastings.

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        Developpements de Geometrie, avec des Applications a la stabilitie des Vaisseaux, aux Deblais et Remblais, au Defilement, a l'Optique, etc.; Ouvrage Approuve par L'Institut de France. Pour Faire Suite a la Geometrie Descriptive et a la Geometrie Analytique de M. Monge

      Mme Ve Courcier; Paris 1813 - Good+. Ex-library. Green buckram library binding. Library stamp localized to title page / copyright page only. Light foxing throughout. xx, 373pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Principal Rivers of Wales Illustrated

      T Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, London: John George Wood, 1813 1st ed, VG, 2 vols, 159 pls, 4 maps, subscribers copy?. In contemporary dark blue half calf, marbled boards, corners and edges a little bumped and worn, gilt and blind tooling. Spines, raised bands, title and decorative gilt tooling, edges bumped and worn. Internally, new end papers, text block edges marbled blue. Vol 1, South Wales, title page has the old ink name of one of the subscribers at head (Baillie), [5], (vi-viii), [4] subscribers list, [1], 2-137 pp. Volume 2, North Wales, front hinge weak, ink name to title page, [3], 140-284 pp, printed by T Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, London. An extra illustrated copy, possibly subscribers edition?, with no plate list, but a total of 159 plates of which 24 are double page, and 4 folding maps. A marvelous copy. (Allibone 2820. Lowndes v4,1981, + see article by John R Kenyon of Nat Museums & Galleries of Wales).

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        [K 384]. Die Entführung aus dem Serail Oper in drey Ackten... L'enlevement du Serail. [Full score]

      Bonn: Simrock [PN] 949]. [ca. 1813]. Folio. 19th century quarter dark green leather with marbled boards, spine with titling in decorative compartments gilt. 1f. (title, verso blank), [1]-[2] (blank), 3-108., 2ff. (blank), 109-272, 2ff. (blank), [273]-350, 1f. (blank). Engraved. With text in German and French. Small sewing hole to upper blank inner margin. Previous owner's name and small handstamp to foot of title. A very good, well-margined copy, printed on high quality paper with strong impression. . First Edition. Rare. Hirsch II, 639. Sonneck Orchestral Music p. 117. RISM M4246, MM4246 (a total of 3 copies in the U.S.). Köchel 8 p. 384. Haberkamp I p. 180. Hoboken 11, 141. First performed in Vienna at the Burgtheater on July 16th 1782, with a libretto by Johann Gottlieb Stephanie the Younger after Christoph Friedrich Bretzner. "The most important composition of this period, [1780-1783] however, was Die Entführung aus dem Serail, the libretto of which was given to Mozart at the end of July 1781. Originally planned for September, the première was postponed until the following summer (Mozart had completed the first act in August 1781). The opera was a great success: Gluck requested an extra performance, Schikaneder's troupe mounted an independent production in September 1784 (although the aria ‘Martern aller Arten’ was replaced because the orchestra was incapable of performing the obbligato solos), and productions were soon mounted in cities throughout German-speaking Europe. The earliest lengthy obituary of Mozart, in the Musikalische Korrespondenz der Teutschen Filarmonischen Gesellschaft of 4 January 1792, described the work as ‘the pedestal upon which his fame was erected’." Cliff Eisen et al in Grove online"The composition of this opera coincided with Mozart's marriage to Constanze Weber and his permanent settling in Vienna as a freelance composer and performer. Despite the intrigues and complications which plagued the premiere, it proved to be Mozart's most popular opera in his lifetime, partly due to the fashion for plays and operas on oriental subjects. But it was of this piece that the Emperor, according to Niemetschek (1798), made his famous comment: 'Too beautiful for our ears, my dear Mozart, and vastly too many notes', to which Mozart replied 'Just as many as are necessary, your Majesty'." Robbins Landon: The Mozart Compendium, p. 249.

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        La Voz de la Libertad Levantada por un Patriota con Ocasion de la Victoria Ganada por las Armas de la Patria contra las tropas del parricida Goyeneche en las cercanías de Salta.

      Imprenta de Niños Expòsitos, Buenos Ayres 1813 - 4 pp. 4to. Unbound. Signed and dated: ?El Ciudadano. Buenos-Ayres marzo 29 de 1813.? Though Zinny and others attributed this to the newspaper editor Funes, Furlong makes a reasonable case that someone else penned this cry of victory over Goyeneche near Salta: "Que podamos expirar los ultrajes de trescientos anos! Que podamos con una legislacion sabia hacer ver a nuestros antiguos duenos y a todos los pueblos de la tierra, el medio de perpetuar la felicidad individual, y la prosperidad constante del estado! Esto es que os desea, compatriotas." OCLC shows 4 copies: JCB, Berkeley, NYPL, BN Chile Furlong, IV: 2893; Zinny, Bibliografía histórica p.90, No. 8. Zinny: Efemeridografia argirometropolitana 423. Sabin 100848. Fors: Imprenta de los Niños p. 48. A very good untrimmed copy, ink spot on margin, minor edgewear, leaves browned. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Poland

      Debson, Philadelphia 1813 - Size : 510x700 (mm), 20.125x27.5 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Good; Moderate browning about the fold, small tear in the lower left hand corner, repaired, extending 1/2" into the plate.

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        Vestiges of Antiquity; Or A Series of Etchings and Engravings of the Ancient Monastery of St Augustine with the Cathedral, Castle and Other Antiquities.in Canterbury

      T. Hastings, London 1813 - 12pp. + 12 plates. Twelve full page engravings, chiefly by T. hastings. Language: eng G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Covers marked and edgeworn. Inner hinges cracked and weak but holding. Some browning and off-setting within but to a minor degree. Sellotape repairs to rear of preface page and to rear endpaper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Doctrine of Life-Annuities and Assurances, Analytically Investigated and Explained. In Two Volumes.

      London - John Richardson 1813 - A scarce and early edition of Francis Baily's extended Doctrine of Life-Annuities with two interesting provenances, Henry Bickersteth and the Equitable Life Assurance Society. Recently rebacked, withthe bookplateof Henry Bickersteth, Baron Langdale, to the front pastedowns. Complete in Two Volumes. Title continued- Together with Several Useful Tables connected with the Subject; to which is now added an Appendix, containing a New Method of Calculating and Arranging such Tables. With a separate title page for the Appendix in Volume II. With a handwrittenletter from the Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1918, stating 'This book. . . given to the society by Miss I. E. Dell. They belonged to her father who was for many years a Clerk in the office. Henry Bickersteth, Baron Langdale, 1783-1851, was a British law reformer, and master of the rolls. Witha RileyDunn & Wilson,Conservators &Bookbinders, label to each rearpastedowns. Francis Baily, 1774-1844, was an English stockbroker and astronomer. His work on life annuities and insurances attempted systematically to algebraize the subject and represent various cases of annuities and assurances by symbols. He was also one of the first not to rely on Price's Northampton mortality tables. . . In 1808 he published his highly successful and authoritative Doctrine of Interest and Annuities Analytically Investigated and Explained. This was followed in 1810 by his sequel, Doctrine of Life-Annuities and Assurances Analytically Investigated and Practically Explained. The latter also contained a critical guide to the several life-assurance companies in London, which later that year was published separately as a very popular pamphlet DNB. Condition: In a full calf binding. Recently rebacked, with contemporary boards. With new endpapers. Externally, some rubbing to the boards. Internally, firmly bound, bright, with the occasional spot or mark, with foxingto the first and last pages as usual. Page 11/12 of the appendix has been close-cropped to the edge of the text, with just minor loss to several letters. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poetical Works of Edward Young, D.D. In Four Volumes. Collated with the Best Editions: By Thomas Park F.S.A.

      London Stanhope Press 1813 - Complete With a Fore-Edge Painting on Each Volume FORE-EDGE PAINTING. YOUNG, Edward. The Poetical Works of Edward Young, D.D. In Four Volumes. Collated with the Best Editions: By Thomas Park F.S.A. London: Stanhope Press, 1813 [1818]. Complete in four sixteenmo volumes bound in two. (5 1/4" x 3 5/16"). Full red straight-grain morocco. Decoratively gilt stamped on boards and spine. Gilt lettering on spines. All edges gilt. Joints of spine lightly rubbed. Top of spine in Vol 3 & 4 with very small crack. Very good. Each volume with a fore-edge paintings depicting a street scene. Volumes XVII and XVIII from the set of The Works of the British Poets. Including the Most Esteemed Translations from The Greek and Roman Authors Collated with the Best Editions: By Thomas Park, F.S.A. Vol. XVII. Containing the First and Second Volumes of Young. Vol. XVIII Containing the Third and Fourth Volumes of Young HBS 64332. $1,500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rokeby; A Poem.,

      John Ballantyne and Co, Edinburgh 1813 - First edition. 4to. Large paper copy (9 by 11 inches). Original drab boards, cloth spine, printed paper label. (x),330cxvi pp. plus 3pp. of publisher's ads. Half-title is present. Sometime rebacked with the original spine laid-on. Occasional light foxing; wear to the edges and spine; printed label nearly perished else very good. Later endpapers with the bookseller sticker of Heffer and Sons, Cambridge. Ownership name of C. J. Thrupp, 1814, on a preliminary blank, and a later bookplate of 'E.M.L' on the front pastedown. Rare; only 25 copies of the large paper edition were reportedly printed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Historical Sketch of the Art of Caricaturing. With Graphic Illustrations.

      London for Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown 1813 - First edition, 4to., engraved plates, iv, 158, (2)pp., 20th Century half red morocco, gilt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NOSOGRAPHIE PHILOSOPHIQUE ou La Méthode de l?Analyse appliquée à la Médecine. Cinquième édition revue, corrigée et augmentée. 3 volumes complets.

      J.A.Brosson, Paris, 1813 - 1706pages, frontispice (portrait de l?auteur), demi veau, étiquette de titre,dos orné, rousseurs sur la page de titre, cachet noir sur la page de titre, reliures de l?époque, ? back smoothes decorated, with labels of title and volume number.

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        Wegweiser für Fremde und Einheimische durch die königl. Residenzstädte Berlin und Potsdam und die umliegende Gegend, enthaltend eine kurze Nachricht von allen daselbst befindlichen Merkwürdigkeiten. 3., verm. u. gänzl. umgearb. Aufl.

      Berlin, Nicolai, 1813.. XXVIII, 288 SS. und einem gefalteten Plan, kl.- 8°, Ppbd. d. Zt. ( l. fl., ber. u. best.).. Holzmann-Bohatta I, 11918; vgl. Engelmann, S. 340 ( 6. Aufl. ) - Der gefaltete Stadtplan nach Oesfeld ( berichtigt und neu gestochen von Duchstein 1811). Diese Bearbeitung nicht in der Berlin Bibliographie. Zu dieser Ausgabe erschienen die 15 gestochenen Ansichten separat und waren nicht mit eingebunden. Im Textspiegel minimal gebräunt. - Gutes Exemplar.

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        Remorse. A Tragedy, in Five Acts

      Printed for W. Pople, London 1813 - Bound into one half brown leather with marbled paper over boards. Raised bands and gilt decoration to the spine. This is the second edition, with revised text from the first including a different ending. There is some usual wear to the leather at the outer corners and to the spine; some faint foxing and a little browning to the endpages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Théorie des fonctions analytiques, contenant les Principes du Calcul différentiel, dégagés de toute considération d'infiniment petits, dìévanouissans, de limites et de fluxions, et réduits à l'analyse algébrique des quantités finies. Nouvelle édition.

      M.me V.e Courcier,, Paris, 1813 - In-4° (265x206mm), pp. XI, (1) di errata, 383, legatura coeva m. pelle marmorizzata. Titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso. Esemplare assai bello, salvo qualche lieve fioritura. Seconda edizione, riveduta e aumentata, del grande trattato di Lagrange sulle funzioni analitiche, stampato per la prima volta nel 1797 e destinato ad avere larghissima influenza in tutta la ricerca matematica ottocentesca e a condizionare in profondo le analisi di matematici come Cauchy, Jacobi, Weierstrass. "Cette seconde edition a plusieurs avantages sur la premiere. Elle est plus correcte ; on a mis plus d"ordre dans les matieres. Enfin on y a fait differentes additions dont les principales se trouvent dans le chapitre XIV de la seconde partie et dans le chapitre V de la troisieme". (Avertissement). "In this book, Lagrange intended to show that power series expansions are sufficient to provide differential calculus with a solid foundation. Today mathematicians are partially returning to this conception in treating the formal calculus of series. As early as 1812, however J.M.H. Wronski objected to Lagrange's claims. The subsequent opposition of Cauchy was more effective. Nevertheless, Lagrange's point of view could not be totally neglected. Completed by convergence considerations, it dominated the study of the functions of a complex variable throughout the nineteenth century". (DSB, VII, p. 570) Il Lagrange (Torino, 1736-Parigi, 1813), fra i matematici più insigni del suo tempo, Professore prima alla Scuola d'Artiglieria di Torino, poi, dal 1766, Direttore dell'Accademia delle Scienze di Berlino. In seguito insegnò a Parigi, alla Sorbona e alla Scuola Politecnica e fu membro dell'Institut de France e del Bureau des Longitudes, venendo anche insignito della Légion d'Honneur. Le sue spoglie riposano nel Pantheon, massimo riconoscimento riservato agli uomini illustri dalla nazione francese. Riccardi, I, col. 3. Sotheran, 2381. D.S.B., VII, 559 e sgg. Krafft, S. 208. Lexicon bedeut. Math., S. 267. Brunet, III, 769. Loria, Storia d. matematiche, p. 747 e sgg. e passim. Bell, I grandi matematici, pp. 154 e sgg. e passim. Honeyman Collection, 1881-82. Poggendorff, I, 1343-46. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Réflexions et observations anatomico-chirurgicales sur l'anévrisme. Traduites de l'italien par J. Delpech.

      Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1809-1813. - Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1809-1813 ; 1 vol. de texte in-8 et 1 atlas in-folio. Texte : VI, 470, (4) pp. et iij, 40 pp. (Additions au traité de l'anévrysme). Atlas : (2), 24 pp., 18 planches. Volume de texte en demi-basane verte du temps, dos lisse orné, dos légèrement insolé, notes manuscrites de l'époque (à l'encre) sur la page de faux-titre et au verso de la page de titre des "Additions au traité ." (encre ayant traversé le papier par endroits), sinon très bon état. Atlas en toile grise moderne, couverture bleue d'origine conservée (avec étiquette de titre au centre du plat supérieur), bel exemplaire non rogné. Première édition de la traduction française, augmentée d'un supplément. Antonio Scarpa (1752-1832), élève de Morgagni et titulaire de la chaire d'anatomie et de chirurgie de Pavie, rapporte ici les résultats de ses importantes recherches sur les anévrysmes. Il démontre, pour la première fois, que l'anévrysme n'est pas une simple dilatation d'une artère, mais qu'il est le résultat de modifications des tuniques vasculaires. Il est le premier à décrire de façon détaillée, avec dessins à l'appui, les lésions athéromateuses et évoque "une origine interne à évolution lente". Scarpa décrit ses procédés opératoires, après avoir rappelé ceux de ses prédécesseurs. Notre exemplaire renferme bien in fine, avec une page de titre propre, les "Additions au traité de l¿anévrysme . traduit par C.P. Ollivier" (Paris, Béchet jeune, 1822, 40 pp.). Le volume de texte et latlas paru quatre années plus tard sont devenus très rares, surtout réunis. Waller (8545) possédait l'atlas seul, tandis que Bedford (703) ne possédait que le volume de texte. L'atlas, dont il n'existe pas d'édition en langue anglaise, comporte de magnifiques planches gravées par Adam. Ces 18 planches sont numérotées de I à X (les planches 1, 3, 4, 5 et 7 sont en double état et il existe des planches 8 bis, 8 ter et 9 bis). cf. pour l'édition originale en italien : Garrison & Morton, 2975 : "Scarpa distinguished true from false aneurysms. He introduced the concept of arteriosclerosis." ; Heirs of Hippocrates 1109 : " plates exquisitely executed" ; Leibowitz, History of coronary heart disease, 106-109 : "We feel that it is the first anatomo-pathological description of arterial wall degeneration presented in full detail and well-illustrated . detailed and almost modern approach to the problem of areteriosclerosis .Scarpa's book is basically a surgical treatise and deals with ligature of the principal arteries of the extremities. Only one chapter is relevant to the theory of arteriosclerosis" ; Loria, Antonio Scarpa, 62 : "Scarpa's large and excellent monograph on aneurisms, written on the detailed and comparative studies of the normal and pathologic tissues involved, established for the first time that an aneurism is not a simple dilatation of an artery, but actually the result of profound and significant changes in the arterial vascular tunics. In order to provide a safe pattern for operative procedures on the large arteries he showed them with well-defined illustrations on his topographical sketches. These magnificent anatomical drawings are still considered tremendously important in the study of this well-determined subject today." ; Acierno, The history of cardiology, p. 101. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Grave: A Poem

      London: T. Bensley, 1813. Bound in blind decorated black cloth with gilt title to spine. Etchings executed by Louis Schiavonetti from the Inventions of William Blake. Full page portrait of Blake and separate title page noting his Etchings precede full title. Corners very slightly bumped with restoration and some professional restoration (not obvious) at head and heel of spine; top darkened; former owner's signature and date to full title page; endpapers cracking very slightly along hinges, but binding still firm; circle of damp (3'' wide) effecting first two pages with faint ring, and wrinkling several; damp to rear endpapers at bottom gutter (4 1/2'' inches up in triangle) and final few pages faintly; some offset to tissue gaurds following prints.. Cloth. Very Good +/No Jacket. Illus. by William Blake. Folio.

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        LECCIONES DE NAVEGACION O PRINCIPIOS NECESARIOS A LA CIENCIA DEL PILOTO. CONTINUA: COLECCION DE VARIAS TABLAS AUXILIARES PARA EL USO DE LA NAVEGACION. CONTINUA: DERROTAS UTILISIMAS PARA DIRIGIRSE A VARIOS PUERTOS DEL LEVANTE EN EL MAR MEDITERRANEO

      D. Manuel Gallardo y Compañia Palma. 1813. 4h+568Pág+XXIII Láminas +41 Láminas*+XXX+3h+19 Láminas+27Pág+3h. 22x15. *Laminas 42 y 43 (Banderas) es la lámina 41 (indice). Las guardas son hechas a mano. Suntuosa Obra de Navegación de principios del Siglo XIX. Contiene tambien al final un derrotero que parte de la Bahia de Palma, Isla de Mallorca . Raríssimo ejemplar y difícil en comercio. ligeras manchas de humedad al finalizar la Obra. Ref 3.1 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Poetical Sketches of Scarborough: Illustrated by twenty-one engravings of homorous subjects coloured from original designs.

      London Ackermann 1813 - Second Edition. 215 S., handcolor.Aquatinta-Radierungen von Rowlandson. Halbleder, Lederanteile leicht berieb., sonst guter Zust. Porto +Verpackung(Deutschl.) bis 500g = 1.--EUR., bis 1000g = 2.--EUR, Päckchen(bis 2000g = 4,50 EUR, Paket bis 4000g =6,50 EUR. 1,024 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America, and Other Parts of the World. by David Benedict .[Complete in 2 Volumes]

      Boston: Printed By Lincoln & Edmands, No. 53, Cornhill, For The Author 1813 - Description: 2 v. 23 cm. Subjects: Baptists--History. Baptists--United States. Minor institutional marks to the title. Finely bound both in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 2 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PRIDE AND PREJUDICE A Novel. In Three Volumes. By the Author of "Sense and Sensibility"

      Printed for T. Egerton 1813 - First edition. Three volumes, bound in contemporary brown speckled calf. Green morocco title labels and gilt rules to the spine. "Charleton" embossed in gilt to upper board of each volume. Half titles present in each volume. A tall copy with each volume neatly rebacked, retaining most of the original spines with repairs to the joints and corners. Internally clean with occasional minor marks or foxing and a couple of marginal closed tears to leaves in volume III. Bookplate to the verso of each front endpaper. A very good example of of Austen's most popular novel, now rarely encountered in a contemporary binding. The author's second and most famous novel, which has become one of the most prominent literary works to come from the nineteenth century. The first draft of the novel was written under the working title of 'First Impressions' in 1796. In 1797 Jane Austen's father wrote to the publisher Cadell to ask if he would publish the novel. The offer was rejected by return of post. In 1800 The Minerva Press published a novel by Margaret Holford entitled First Impressions, which probably led to Austen changing the title of the work. In the following years, Pride and Prejudice was heavily rewritten and the copyright eventually sold to Egerton in 1812. There is no record of the number of copies of the first edition, but Keynes suggests 1500 as the probable print run. The book was well received and the first edition sold out within the year and one contemporary reader wrote, "I have finished the Novel called Pride and Prejudice, which I think is a very superior work. I really think it is the most probable fiction I have ever read." The association with Susan Carnegie is intriguing. Born in Edinburgh, she lived at Charleton from her marriage to George Carnegie in 1769 until her death in 1821. She was one of the most prominent early femists who ". learned to challenge the idea that women were intellectually less able than men, choosing instead to explain discrepancies in terms of women's educational opportunities and their general treatment in a patriarchal society. Certainly in her correspondence Susan was fearless in drawing attention to a lack of respect or of rudeness on the part of male writers." (Oxford DNB) As a rule Regency binders removed the half titles so copies in contemporary bindings retaining them are rare; the copies in such prominent collections as Sir Geoffrey Keynes's and R.W.Chapman's all had no half titles, nor do the Bodleian or Cambridge University library copies. Gilson A3; Keynes 8; Sadleir 62b [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, WRITTEN TO JOSHUA HATHEWAY AT ROME, N.Y. BY GENERAL JACOB BROWN DESCRIBING THE ATTACK ON SACKETS HARBOR].

      Sackets Harbor, N.Y. May 29, 1813. - 1pp. Folio. Old fold lines. Some separation at folds; one tear closed with archival tape. Lightly soiled. Docketed on verso. Good. An eyewitness account of the second battle of Sackets Harbor, on the shores of Lake Ontario, written by the commander of the American forces there, Gen. Jacob Brown, to his friend Joshua Hatheway, Quartermaster General and formerly the commander of the defenses at Sackets Harbor. The town, situated near the entrance to the St. Lawrence River at the far eastern end of Lake Ontario and opposite the Canadian town of Kingston, was a vital defensive point for the Americans, challenging British control of the St. Lawrence and the lake, and preventing a British thrust into New York State. If either side could control both sides of the entrance to the St. Lawrence, they could control the Upper Great Lakes. Taking advantage of the American action against York, which drew troops away to the western end of the Lake, the British decided to strike. On the 28th of May, 1813, the British Great Lakes squadron under the command of James Yeo appeared off Sackets Harbor, carrying troops under the command of the Governor-General, Lieut. General George Prevost. Having been forewarned by several men who escaped the Battle of Henderson Bay the previous day, the Americans had some time to reinforce their defenses before the British could attack. The British landed on the 28th, but launched their main attack the next morning. They easily routed the American militia, but the regulars under Brown were able to fight off repeated attacks on their fortifications. Prevost, fearing the arrival of more American troops, ordered a retreat which nearly became a rout. Brown was the hero of the day, and was later rewarded with a commission as brigadier general. He must have immediately written this letter describing the action: "Dr. Sir, I received an order some days since from Genl Dearborn to take comm. at this Post. Comd. Chauncey is up the lake. We were this morning attacked as day dawned by Sir George Prevost in person who made good his landing with at least a thousand picked men. Sir James Yeo commanded the fleet after loosing some distinguished officers and of course some gallant men. Our loss is very severe as to the quality of those who have fallen. The enemy left many of their wounded on the Field - but I have no doubt carried off many more. We shall probably be again attacked as Sir George must feel very sore. All I can say is, whatever may be the result we will not be disgraced." A superb battlefield letter reporting on one of the most significant military actions of the War of 1812.

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        Historia del Famoso Predicador Fray Gerundio de Campazas por el Padra Isla

      Madrid - Fuentenebro 1813 - An early nineteenth century Spanish edition of Jose Francisco's important satirical novel, originally banned by the Inquisition, in a fine binding. Direct from thelibrary at Newton Hall, Northumberland. With the armorial bookplates in Volumes I - III of author Samuel Edward Widdrington. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and decoration. Complete in Four Volumes. Written in the original Spanish. Jose Francisco de Isla de la Torre y Rojo, 1703 - 1781, was a Spanish novelist and Jesuit. The first volume of his important work, Historia del Famoso Predicador Fray Gerundio de Campazas, was banned within a month of publication in 1758by the Inquisition; the second part was published in 1768 and de Isla was exiled. The novel is a blend of two elements, narrative satire and the burlesque. This work is often seen as a insight into the life and customs of particular Spanish cities, as the descriptions and details given by de Isla are considered authentic. Samuel Edward Widdrington (formerly Cook), 1787 - 1856, was an English writer on Spain. Having served in the Royal Navy he lived for some years in Spain. He served as High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1854. He was a fellow of the Royal Society, and the Royal Geographical Society. He inherited the estates of Newton Hall, Northumberland, and the Widdrington name. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. There is only very mild wear to the extremities, with just very mild rubbing, prominent to the spine. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright. Overall the condition is very good indeed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia del famoso predicador Fray Gerundio de Campazas

      - Literatura española. Novela. Siglo XVIII. (860-31"17") Fuentenebro Madrid . 1813. 18 cm. 4 v. : 7 láminas de grabado. Encuadernación en tapa dura artesanal con lomo estampado. Imprenta Fuentenebro . Cubierta deslucida. HJ13 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wellington und Massena, oder die Befreyung Portugals

      London: Vogel und Schulze. 1813. First. First edition. Stitched printed self-wrappers. 110pp. Untrimmed, and partially unopened. Chip at the upper corner of front wrap, probably later paper spine, and wrappers soiled, a very good copy. Pamphlet about Portugal in 1810 and 1811 during and after the Battle of Bussaco during the Napoleonic Wars; Wellington, with a smaller force repulsed Massena and Ney. Curiously, OCLC finds five copies, all in Germany of the Netherlands, but none in Great Britain; Copac adds no other copies. .

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        Wellington und Massena die Befreyung Portugals - Zeichen der Zeit - So sprach Napoleon Bonaparte vor zwey, - vor acht, - und vor vierzehn Jahren. Merkwürdige Aktenstücke, und interessante Fragmente, um die Geschichte des Tages und den Charakter Bonapartes's zu würdigen - erbauliche Geschichten und Randglossen zur Würdigung der unerhörten Geschichte des Tages, 1. Buch und 3. Hefte in einem Buch.

      London, Vogel und Schulze - Brünn und Olmütz, Gastl, 1813 - 1842.. Auflage ohne Angabe 110, 48, 64, 78 Seiten 8°, Pappband. Rückenschildchen mit Goldprägung, Kanten berieben, sonst guter Zustand

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        Raccolta di vodici motivi di Costumi Pittoreschi di Roma.

      Rome 1813 - Engraved title and 11 of 12 engraved plates, modern 1/4 green morocco binding with skillful paper restoration to lower corners of margins. Size: 14-5/8 x 10-15/16 inches; page size: 14 x 10-13/16 inches; plate size: 10- 1/8 x 7-3/8 inches. The artist engraved the plates and they are charming indeed with titles such as "La Vendemmia" and "Gioncataro in riposo." Rare: NUC lists only one copy of this work (Avery Library at Columbia). See an Image.

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        The Mice, and Their Picnic. A Good Moral Tale, &c.

      Printed by William Darton, for the author, London 1813 - , 30 pages, 6 black and white plates including frontispiece First Edition , covers rubbed and lightly creased, previous owner's notes in pencil and ink at front and rear inside covers, some light spots to pages, in good condition , original illustrated card wraps 13 x 10.5 cm Paperback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The New art of Memory, founded upon the principles taught by M. Gregor von Feinaigle: and applied to chronology, history, geography, languages, systematic tables, poetry, prose, and arithmetic

      Sherwood, Neely and Jones 1813 - Second edition hardcover published by Sherwood, Neely and Jones in 1813. The book is generally good, with its age taken in consideration. There is some light moisture damage, with foxing, pages just a bit wavy and a slight musty smell; shelfwear with rubbing to the boards at the bottom of the spine and bottom corners, damage to the front hinge, and the foldouts extend beyond the page block. A nice example of a very scarce book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Naval Poems. Pleasures of the Naval Life, and the Battle of Trafalgar.

      London: by T. C. Hansard for C. Cradock and W.Joy, and J. Hatchard, 1813 - Quarto (350 × 260 mm). Original drab boards, paper label to the spine. Modern bookplate to the front free endpaper, which has stained through to the verso slightly, joints a little cracked, spine chipping, boards a touch rubbed, but an excellently preserved, uncut copy. First edition. Downey explains that he has written "The Pleasures of Naval Life" as a corrective to the "tone of querulous despondence" that underlies so much naval literature; "The Naval Life is NOT a series of privations, distresses, and affliction. It presents a variety of situations, the delights of which are heightened by contrast." The poem takes the form of an account of a voyage from Falmouth to India, returning to London via St. Helena. In the second part he essays a blow-by-blow account of Nelson's climactic victory in rhyming couplets. The impressive four-page subscribers list includes Dr. William Beatty, who attended the dying Nelson on board Victory, Admirals Northesk and Durham, Vice Admiral Harvey and Captains Bayntun and Pellew, all of whom served in the battle, together with Cochrane, Admiral Duckworth, Admiral Keith, and John Wilson Croker, secretary to the Board of Admiralty, to whom the book is dedicated. An extremely handsome copy of an uncommon title, four copies only on COPAC, copy in NMM. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Almanach Impérial, pour l'année m. dccc. xiii, présente a s. m. l'Empereur et Roi

      Paris: Chez Testu et Cie, 1813 - Testu acquired (by marriage and payment) the rights to publish this annual Almanac from the heirs of Francois-J.-N. Debure in 1797, but over the following two decades, brought the enterprise to a precarious state, requiring financial participation by others. Founded in 1700 as the ALMANACH ROYAL, it appeared under the title ALMANACH IMPÉRIAL from 1804 - 1813, preserving a substantial record of political and social information, lists of officials and titled individuals (both secular and religious), information on organizations and institutions, as well as more traditional almanac features First edition. 8vo. 778 [i.e., 978] pp. Full contemporary crimson straight grain morocco, elaborately gilt extra, spine decorated with bee and predator bird devices, boards stamped with gilt crest device (including Papal cross and a coat of arms), gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Two bookplates on front pastedown, scattered foxing, early ink memoranda on recto of rear free endsheet, early repair to what appears to have been a surface snag to lower board; still, very good, in a handsome binding [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travelling Sketches in Russia and Sweden, during the years 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808.

      London: John Stockdale, 1813 - 2 volumes quarto (287 × 229 mm). Contemporary half diced russia, drab boards, title gilt direct to spine, gilt rules forming compartments which are blind-tooled. A little rubbed at the extremities, some offsetting from the plates as often, but an attractive copy. Folding tinted aquatint frontispiece to volume I, and 10 other tinted aquatints, 28 hand-coloured aquatint costume plates, 2 of them folding, etched portrait of Gustavus Vasa. Second edition, first published 1809. An artistic prodigy, admitted to the Academy at the age of fifteen, Porter made his reputation as a painter of spectacular battle scenes and panoramas. In 1804 he was invited to Russia to join the tsar's court as historical painter, being employed in decorating Admiralty Hall, St Petersburg with vast historical paintings. Between 1806 and 1811 he travelled Europe visiting Finland, Sweden and Germany before joining Sir John Moore for the campaign in the Peninsula. Abbey, Travel 13; Colas 2407; Howgego, II, p.41; Lipperheide 11346; Tooley 383

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