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        Colección de los Decretos y Ordenes que han Expedido las Cortes Generales y Extraordinarias desde su instalación en 24 de Setiembre de 1810 . hasta igual fecha de 1811. / Desde 24 de septiembre de 1811 hasta 24 de mayo de 1812 / Desde 24 de mayo de 1812 hasta 24 de enero de 1813 / Desde 24 de Febrero de 1813 hasta 14 septiembre del mismo año, en que terminaron sus sesiones.

      Imprenta Nacional, Madrid 1813 - 14.5x20.5. 4 vols. de xvi + 241pp. (un estado desplegable); xv + 240pp.; xvi + 238pp.; xix + 304pp. Plena piel de época, encuadernación sencilla, con tejuelos de papel. 2 picaduras de polilla, ya tratada en el lomo del T, II; una picadura marginal en las primeras 19 hojas del T. III. Por lo demás, buenos ejemplares. Esta es la seguna edición de los Los decretos de la Cortes de Cádiz, la primera siendo de Cádiz (con re-impresión en Vich) 1811-1813. Curiosamente Palau no incluye esta importante edición, publicada al poco tiempo del re-establecimiento del gobierno en Madrid. Incluye (en su Decreto IX) 'Libertad política de la imprenta': "Todos los cuerpos y personas particulares, de qualquiera condición y estado que sean, tienen libertad de escribir, imprimir y publicar sus ideas políticas sin necesidad de licencia."; y en el T. II la Constitución Política de la Monarquía Española, la Pepa, en una de sus más tempranas ediciones. CCPB000115021-9. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        A Treatise on Courts Martial and Military Law: Containing an

      , 1813. 1813. Early American Military Law Treatise with Interesting Provenance Maltby, Isaac [1767-1819]. A Treatise on Courts Martial and Military Law: Containing an Explanation of the Principles Which Govern Courts Martial and Courts of Inquiry, Under the Authority of an Individual State, and of the United States, in War and Peace. The Powers and Duties of Individuals in the Army, Navy, and Militia; and the Punishments to Which They May be Liable, Respectively, for Violations of Duty. The Necessary Forms for Calling, Assembling, and Organizing Courts Martial, and All Other Proceedings of Said Courts. Boston: Printed by Thomas B. Wait and Co., 1813. [viii], 272 pp. Octavo (8-1/4" x 5"). Contemporary sheep, blind fillets to boards, lettering piece and blind fillets to spine. A few light scuffs to boards, some rubbing to extremities, light chipping to spine ends, crack in front joint near head repaired, front hinge cracked but secure, rear hinge starting. Toning, light foxing in places. Signature(s) of Garret D[orset] Wall to front pastedown and free endpaper, "No. 188" to front pastedown, interior otherwise clean. * Only edition of an early American work on military law and courts martial. Based principally on American legal and military sources, it includes a series of twenty-two appendices. The first (and most extensive) contains the American Articles of War adopted in 1806, which outline the procedures for a court martial. Maltby, a member of the Massachusetts legislature and a presidential elector, was a brigadier general of the state militia during the War of 1812. Wall [1783-1850] was a U.S. Senator from New Jersey. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 9026.

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        Lehre von den Augenkrankheiten als Leitfaden zu seinen öffentlichen Vorlesungen entworfen - 1.und 2.Band.

      Wien, Camesinaschen Buchhandlung, 1813/1817.. 2. Aufl. XX, 636; XVI, 680, LI Seiten mit ca. 79 Abb., davon 44 von Beer handcoloriert u. handsigniert, auf 9 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, Gr.8°, Softcover/Paperback. Einband berieben, Block je einmal geöffnet, unbeschnitten, etwas stockfleckig, einige alte handschriftlichen Anmerkungen am Vorsatz, ansonst guter und sauberer Zustand, -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ERSTE AUSGABE. Das klassische Lehrbuch der modernen Augenheilkunde und das Lebenswerk des berühmten Wiener Augenarztes! In idealer Weise verband Beer Praxis, Lehre und Forschung. Wien wurde zum Zentrum der Ophthalmologie. Zahlreiche Schüler verbreiteten die neuen Erkenntnisse in alle Welt. Sein vorliegendes Werk gibt genaue Krankheitsbeschreibungen und zeigt naturgetreue, künstlerisch vollendete Abbildungen des Auges. "Die kolorierten Tafeln zeigen insgesamt 93 Krankheitszustände der Augen in prägnanter Ausdrucksform und klassischer Schönheit, die diese beiden Bände zu einer medizinisch-bibliophilen Kostbarkeit machen. Beer hat wie die Signatur ... ausweist, mit bewährter Hand jede Abbildung nach der Natur gezeichnet und koloriert. Viele Lehrbücher der Augenheilkunde sind ... mit handkolorierten Kupferstichen ausgestattet worden, aber keines erreicht die meisterhafte Darstellung dieses zweibändigen Werkes." - Münchow, Geschichte d. Augenheilkunde. FIRST EDITION. Beer opend the first known eye-hospital, in Vienna, in 1786. He was a distinguished iredectomist and many of his pupils became famous ophthalmic surgeons. Beer described symptoms of glaucoma and noted the luminosity of the fundus in aniridia. Beer was considered the founder of the great Vienna school of opthalmology and he was the first Jew to graduate in Austria. His influential textbook dictated the techniques of opthalmological practice for several generations. He personally coloured the figures of abnormal eye conditions to ensure their accuracy; under these cirumstances the edition could not have been very large

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        Ordenanzas de S. M. para el régimen, disciplina, subordinación y servicio de sus exércitos.

      Oficina del Exacto Correo,, Coruña, 1813 - VI páginas inclusive portada, 1 hoja, 334 páginas; 12 estados plegados al final del texto. Encuadernación en pasta española de la época con tejuelo y filetes dorados en el lomo, con algunos desperfectos en este último y resto de exlibris en el plano delantero. Interior en muy buen estado. Sello de goma de antigua biblioteca y etiqueta en la base del lomo. Rara en comercio con este pie de imprenta. # Edición desconocida a Palau. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tour of Doctor Syntax, in Search of the Picturesque (Presentation copy)

      R. Ackermann, London 1813 - A presentation copy from William Combe inscribed: "To Miss Emily Gouldsmith, with the affectionate regards of the Author." Additionally, Combe has written and initialed a short sonnet for Miss Gouldsmith: "As Gilead's plant in ev'ry season gives | Its balmy fragrance to the ambient air; | And still continues while its foliage lives | To yield its inexhausted perfume there; | So may those charms which in life's early day, | Please the chaste eye and wake the feeling heart, | Continue still through Life's protracted day | From youth to age their virtues to impart. | And when you read, within the Muse's page, | O may My Memory soothe your gentle breast; | Whether I still tread Life's long, ling'ring stage; Or in the peaceful tomb my ashes rest." Given many years later by Emily Gouldsmith to Lady Helen Filmer. A modern full red morocco binding with raised bands, gilt titling and gilt inner dentelles. Complete with frontispiece, title page and 29 additional plates, all engraved by Rowlandson and hand colored. Binding in Fine condition with trivial bumps to the corners. Internal contents are generally excellent, but with the occasional spot or tanning to a page. The first book in the Dr. Syntax trilogy and the first work illustrated by Rowlandson to gain widespread recognition. Rowlandson's trademark caricature style blended perfectly with Combe's sarcastic wit. The author and illustrator worked in collaboration to create a biting mockery of the prevalent travelogue, in fashion among many of their contemporaries. Dr. Syntax, first published serially in Ackermann's "Poetical Magazine," would become immensely popular with English readers in the early 19th century. Extremely scarce presentation copy, surprisingly underrepresented in the auction record where we can trace only a few examples of Combe';s ink.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Intercepted Letters; Or, The Twopenny Post Bag and Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

      17 - London - J. Carr and Gale and Fenner, 1813. 17 - London - J. Carr and Gale and Fenner, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of two humorous early nineteenth-century works. Two volumes in one. Intercepted Letters; Or, The Twopenny Post Bag is dated 1813, twelfth edition. Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum is dated 1817, sixteenth edition. Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum is the title of an 1812 book of parodies by the brothers James and Horace Smith. It is generally considered one of the most successful humorous books of the early nineteenth century, and 'brought the craft of parody to maturity'. Condition: Rebacked in calf with the original boards laid down. Externally, generally smart, some rubbing to the extremities and marks to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Some light foxing to the endpapers but otherwise generally clean with just a few scattered spots. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Communicant's Companion

      London - William Baynes, 1813. London - William Baynes, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A bright copy of this uncommon Presbyterian work by Matthew Henry. Bound in half leather and marbled paper-covered boards, with gilt lettering and spine decoration. A chip to the head of the spine but a bright and useable copy. Henry's reputation as a leading minister of his generation was founded on extraordinarily active evangelical ministry both in the pulpit and in the study. His talent for preaching was matched by willingness to preach whenever requested. In addition to his work with his own congregation, both public and private,The Towns and Villages that lay near to Chester enjoyed a great share of his Labours, there was scarce a Week but he was at one or more of these Places preaching the Gospel (besides his constant Work at home). (Tong, 1845)He also used to take an annual preaching excursion into Staffordshire and latterly into Lancashire as well. He was a strong supporter of the Cheshire classis founded at Macclesfield in March 1691, and a major influence on its affairs after the death of his father. He was much called upon to take part in ordinations. Nevertheless, he was subject to a considerable amount of intimidation and abuse from those hostile to dissent. An attempt was made to burn down his meeting-place in October 1692, and he and his congregation were publicly abused by high-churchmen and subject to petty slanders, particularly in Queen Anne's reign. (DNB)Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The hinges are just starting, and the front inner hinge isstrained. There is mild wear to the extremities, including mildrubbing, with loss to the top of the spine. Internally the pages are generally bright with the occasional spot or handling mark. With nameplates to the frontpastedown and free-endpaper. Overall the condition is good..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Carte itineraire et politique d'Europe d'apres les derniers traites de paix avec les plans des principales villes d'Europe. Teils grenzkolor. Stahlstich-Karte von N. Maire, Paris, 1813-15. 77 x 112 cm. In 32 Segmenten auf Leinwand aufgezogen. Gefaltet.

      1813. . Große figurale Titelkartusche links oben, mit 12 Randansichten von Städten wie Rom, London, Paris, Berlin, Kopenhagen u.a.- Wenige schwache Stockfleckchen.

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        Christian Morals

      London - Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1813. London - Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Christian Morals by Hannah More (1745 - 1833) an English religious writer and philanthropist. In two volumes complete. Seventh edition. Morecan be said to have made three reputations in the course of her long life: as a poet and playwright in the circle of Johnson, Reynolds and Garrick, as a writer on moral and religious subjects, and as a practical philanthropist. 'Although unwell in her later years, she continued to write religious and moral treatises. These sold in great numbers. [from the catalogue of D. A. Pailin]From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David Arthur Pailin, with bookplates to front pastedown inscribed May 1984 in ink. Condition: Rebound in cloth. Externally, in excellent condition with only minor wear and very slight odd marks to extremities. Internally, firmly bound but with front hinge strained to first volume. Bright but with occasional slight scattered foxing and spots and handling marks. Overall: VERY GOOD.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Rokeby: A Poem

      Edinburgh - John Ballantyne, 1813. Edinburgh - John Ballantyne, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A first edition of Scott's epic poem Rokeby. The poem is set just after the Parliamentarian victory at Marston Moor (1644). Prior to the outbreak of war, the Royalist Lord Rokeby has favoured the marriage of his daughter Matilda (in whom some have seen a portrait of Williamina Belsches) with Wilfrid Wycliffe. When Wilfrid's father Oswald, however, joins the rebels, he withdraws his consent. At Marston Moor, Rokeby is consigned as a prisoner to Oswald. Oswald, meanwhile, plans to murder a fellow Parliamentarian Philip, of Mortham, whose vengeance he fears. Critical opinion was broadly favourable, with particularly positive reviews appearing in the Antijacobin Review, British Critic, and Monthly Review. The British Critic's reviewer called it 'pure poetry' and predicted that 'the name of Scott will descend to the latest posterity with those of the most established poets'. There was particular praise for the vigour and variety of Scott's characterizations, though reservations were expressed regarding the coherence of the plot. (WS)With notes on each canto placed after the main poem. Also with six plates (collated complete)and a vignette title page. With half-title. There is a three-page list of Scott's works to the rear, but eight-page publisher's catalogue to the front is not bound in as usual. Watermark of '1810 J. Whatman'. Page 39 is correctly numbered. Page 81 has capital 'L' as signature, with press figure '7'. Page 329 shows the signature mark '2T'. Condition: In a quarter-calf binding with marbled boards. Externally sound, with some wear to the extremities and marks to the boards. Internally, firmly bound. Small clipping detailing the book tipped in to front pastedown. Pages have some foxing(particularly tothe endpapers), with some offsetting from the vignette title illustration and plates, and some scattered spotting throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD with a good interior..

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        Reflections for Every Day in the Year on the Works of God, in Nature and Providence

      Bungay - Brightly and Childs, 1813. Bungay - Brightly and Childs, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce copy of this early ninteenth-century religious work, illustrated with engravings. New Edition. Two volumes in one. 'Embellished with 12 beautiful engravings, emblematical of the twelve months'. 'From the German of Christopher Christian Sturm'. Condition: In a full calf binding. Externally, generally smart, some rubbing to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound although the frontispiece is working slightly loose. Scattered light foxing prominent to the plates. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688. In two volumes

      n two volumes, 1813. n two volumes, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Agood copy of Hume's comprehensive and influential study of English History. Featuring frontispieces in both books and numerous further plates. With an illustrated title to volume I. A previous owner has loosely inserted pencil sketches of some of the illustrations alongside the plates. An additional volume containing 'a further continuation to the period of peace in 1814 in by Hewson Clarke' is missing, however, Hume's History of England is here complete in two volumes. David Hume, (17111776), philosopher and historian, is regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of Western Philosophy and the Scottish Enlightenment. Hume's great historical work, The History of England, a work of immense sweep, took fifteen years to write and ran to over a million words. Between Hume's death and 1894, there were at least 50 editions of the 6-volume version of this work. Many consider it the standard history of England. Condition: In full mottled calf bindings. Externally very smart with some shelfwear only. A small piece of one backstrip is detached but preserved within volume I should you wish to repair it. The joints are cracked but the hinges are still holding strong. Internally, firmly bound. Remarkably bright and clean for its age withjust a fewinstances of mildage-toning and theoddspot. In fantastic condition for its age. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Excursion Down the Wye from Ross to Monmouth: with Kymin Pavilion. With Tintern Abbey. With Chepstow.. With Ragland Castle

      Monmouth and London: Charles Heath. Monmouth and London: Charles Heath Including memoirs and anecdotes of John Kyrle esq rendered immortal by the muse of Pope under the character of the Man of Ross. In maroon half leather with decorative boards, corners and edges a little bumped and worn, small circular label at head. Spine has gilt tooling and title, edges a little worn. Internally, marbled endpapers, lacking ffep, ink name of Rev AB Brereton and his ink drawn bookplate to ffep, titlepage, [24], 136 pp,c1813/15, followed by various tours - excursions, most unpaginated and undated. Titles are: Descriptive Account of the Kymin Pavilion and Beaulieu Grove, with their various views: also, the Naval Temple, with new notices of Buckstone, a supposed Druidical Relique, near it to which is added Lord Nelson's visit to Monmouth.... by Charles Heath, not dated but per the introduction 1813, 92 pp, (A-L4), complete. Historical and descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of Tintern Abbey. Ninth edition, not dated but per the preface 1816, A-K3, complete. Historical and descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of the town and castle of Chepstow.... by Charles Heath, sixth edition, A-R, complete. Historical and Descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of Ragland Castle.., by Charles Heath, sixth edition, Monmouth, 1813, A-R3, complete. The endpapers have some childish pencil drawings.Heath, topographical printer, who in 1791 he set up his own press at Monmouth, where he wrote and printed topographical works on Monmouthshire, among other ‘jobbing’ work. The first of these publications was A Descriptive Account of Raglan Castle (1792); descriptions of Tintern Abbey (1793), the scenery of the Wye valley (1795), and Monmouth (1804), among others, went into many editions.

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        Tales

      London - J. Hatchard, 1813. London - J. Hatchard, 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of stories in verse from the Reverend George Crabbe. Third edition. George Crabbe (24 December 1754 3 February 1832) was an English poet and naturalist. The two works for which Crabbe became best known were The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810), both lengthy poems dealing with the way of life he had experienced. In 1783, he also married Sarah. In 1814, he became Rector of Trowbridge in Wiltshire, where he remained. By the time of his death, he was well regarded and a friend of William Wordsworth, Sir Walter Scott and other major literary figures of the time. Complete in two volumes. Condition: In quarter diced bindings with marbled boards. Externally sound, though rubbed. Some slight loss to paper on front board of volume II. Front joint of volume I starting, but firm. Internally, firmly bound. Armorial bookplate of Nathaniel Preston to front pastedowns of both volumes. Ink signatures to title pages. Pages are bright, with just the odd spot (heavier to endpapers of volume II). Overall: GOOD..

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM ELBRIDGE GERRY TO COLONEL AUSTIN, DISCUSSING THE IMMINENT ATTACK ON WASHINGTON DURING THE WAR OF 1812]

      Washington. March 19, 1813.. Washington. March 19, 1813.. 3pp. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Silked on one side. In a half morocco box. A fascinating letter written by Vice President Elbridge Gerry to his son-in-law, Col. James T. Austin, in which he discusses the looming threat of British attack upon the capital during the War of 1812. In March 1813 the British navy blockaded Chesapeake Bay - an ideal target, with access to the nation's capital and points all along the eastern seaboard. Gerry tells Austin that an express has been received from Warburton "with information that the enemy's force below was increasing." He recounts the details of the communiqué: "The express stated, that after he left General Armstrong...he heard about 300 cannon down the river. Whether the object of the enemy is to water, or to alarm, or to land & commit depredations according to circumstances, or to attack this place, must be determined by events. General Van Ness the commanding officer of the District militia has returned, as I am informed, for the purpose of fortifying the river nearer to the navy yard. The city appears to be alarmed, but if I had property here I would not give 1 pr. ct. to insure it." He continues, writing that it will be improper for him and his son to flee the city under the current conditions, "lest it may be construed into apprehensions of danger if we should depart before Congress adjourns." In the postscript he notes that the defense of the City was discussed in a closed-door session of the Senate, providing his correspondent with some Senate humor: "Genl. Varnum stated, that in case of an attack, he would aid in defence, if even as a private. Mr. Dana of Connecticut, a humourist, in answer said, he was also ready, but expected to serve under his proper officer, the President. After the Senate rose, I informed Mr. Dana that I would accept with pleasure the command; & would be careful to place my corps on a most honourable ground. They should not be a corps de reserve." In response to the British blockade, the Americans built a flotilla to defend the Bay; despite the bold statements about defense and honor, however, the defense of Washington was a complete failure. In retaliation for the burning of York (Toronto) by the Americans in April 1813, the British burned Washington in August 1814. The American flotilla was powerless to stop the British marching through the capital, burning as they went, before moving on to attack Baltimore. Elbridge Gerry served in the Continental Congress and was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was an early and vigorous advocate of American Independence, and played a crucial role in the formation of the new United States government, insisting on a bill of rights being added to the new constitution. "Gerry warned that the Constitution would not be ratified without a bill of rights, and he proved to be right. Massachusetts accepted the document, but only with the strong recommendation that a bill of rights be added. Several other states followed suit, and the Constitution was ratified but only with these provisos. Gerry staunchly supported the new government, helped to frame the Bill of Rights, and served as congressman from 1789 to 1793" - ANB. His name is perhaps most remembered, however ignominiously, in connection with the term "gerrymandering." In his second term as governor of Massachusetts, Gerry redrew district lines to consolidate his party's control in the state senate. "The shape of one electoral district on the map resembled a salamander, and one wit promptly dubbed it a 'Gerrymander.' Hence, the term used today when redistricting results in a concentration of the strength of one political party and a weakening of its opponent's strength" - ANB. Though this was not necessarily a new practice, the name stuck. Gerry ran on the ticket with President Madison in 1812, for Madison's second term as president, and died in office in November 1814, mere months after the capital was burnt to the ground.

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        signaes que se mandao obervar pelo navios mercantes, que vao debaixo de comboyo dos navios de guerra

      n.p, n.d. Hand colored ills. 16 pp. This pamphlet gives thirty-seven configurations of pennants, positions, and significations for signals among merchant ships under armed convoy. Twelve hand colored flags appear on the first nine pages. Also a section on using cannon, trumpets and other noismakers in fog, and one on night signals using lanterns. Signed in type by Martin from the Sectretaria do Quartel General de Marhina... 1813. Rare and important as an addition to our understanding of signaling methods during the War of 1812 era. Worldcat shows no libraries holding copies. Bound in plain wrappers. VG

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        Orationes Quaedam Selectae

      London - F. C. and J. Rivington et al., 1813. London - F. C. and J. Rivington et al., 1813 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Selected speeches written by Cicero on behalf of certain important figures, and expressing his opinions on affairs of state during his life. Of his speeches, eighty-eight were recorded, of which fifty-two survive. Including biography of Cicero. In Latin. Fifteenth edition with additions. Monastic bookplate to front pastedown. Condition: In a mottled calf binding. Externally rubbed, with some wear to the spine and extremities. Marks to the boards. Front joint cracked, with rear joint starting but firm. Internally, firmly bound. Library label to front pastedown. Pages have some scattered spotting throughout. Overall: GOOD..

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        LIFE OF NELSON

      London, John Murray, bookseller to the Admiralty and to the Board of Longitude, 1813.. London, John Murray, bookseller to the Admiralty and to the Board of Longitude, 1813.. FIRST EDITION 1813, 2 volumes, LARGE PAPER COPY. 8vo, 185 x 115 mm, 7¼ x 4½ inches, engraved frontispiece portrait of Nelson to Volume I, and engraved frontispiece with 5 examples of Nelson's signature to Volume II, pages: viii, 253; viii, 276, verso of last page in each volume is an advert (the advert page in Volume II is numbered 276), both half-titles present, but LACKING 1 PAGE OF PRELIMS IN VOLUME II (Dedication leaf?), bound in half dark green roan, gilt lettering, decoration and rules to spines, marbled boards, speckled edges. Bindings rubbed, small chip with loss of leather to head of Volume II, small crack to foot of lower hinge, shelf wear to edges and corners, both frontispieces have uneven age-browning, title pages have pale age-browning, 3 pages in Volume I have foxing to lower margins not affecting text, occasional pale fox spot to margins, engraved armorial bookplate to first pastedown of each volume (Bernard Stevens Walker), otherwise a very good set. See: National Maritime Museum Catalogue of the Libarary Volume 2 part 1, page 306, No. 927 which has the same advert count as our set. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Voyage round the World in the years 1803, 1804, 1805, & 1806, by order of his Imperial Majesty Alexander the First, on board the Ships Nadeshda and Neva, under the command of Captain A.J. von Krusenstern, of the Imperial Navy. In two volumes. Translated from the original German By Richard Belgrave Hoppner, Esq.

      London: printed by C. Roworth (I) and T. Davison (II); for John, Murray, bookseller to the Admiralty, and the Board of Longitude, 50 Albermarle-Street, 1813 1813 - 2 vol. in-4° (278 x 212 mm.) : de xxxii, [4], 314 pp. ; [10], 404 pp. 2 planches gravés et aquarellés, 1 carte dépliante. Plein veau blond, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin rouge, double filet doré d'encadrement des plats, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches jaspées, gardes de papier marbré. (Dos et coupes refaits, gardes modernes). Première édition de la traduction anglaise de la première circumnavigation russe. L’édition originale fut publiée en allemand à Saint Petersburg en 1812 sous le titre « Reise um die Welt. » Cette expédition fut conduite par le capitaine Ivan Féodorovitch Krusenstern (1770-1846) de 1803 à 1806. Ordonnée par le Tsar Alexandre Ier, elle avait pour mission l’exploration de l’Amérique russe (principalement l’Alaska) et de la partie septentrionale de l’Asie, ainsi que le rétablissement des relations diplomatiques et commerciales avec le Japon. Avec cette campagne, la Russie s’inscrit pour la première fois dans l’Histoire des Grandes Explorations, utilisant sa Marin et ses officiers comme l’instrument déterminant pour réaliser des progrès scientifiques et asseoir sa position diplomatique et commerciale à l’échelle mondiale. Ivan Féodorovitch Krusenstern servit dans la Marine anglaise de 1793 à 1799, participant à des campagnes commerciales en Orient et Extrême-Orient. Il rédigea un mémoire sur les avantages que la Russie pourrait tirer d’une navigation de l’Alaska à la Chine pour le commerce des peaux. Ce texte passa inaperçu sous Paul Ier, mais attira l’attention des ministres d’Alexandre Ier sensibilisés à la question par Nikolaï Rezanov (1764-1807) qui occupait une place importante dans la Compagnie Russe-Américaine des fourrures. Souhaitant créer une structure similaire et qui jouirait des mêmes privilèges que la Compagnie des Indes britannique, Rezanov avait obtenu de Catherine II qu’elle négocie l’exclusivité du commerce des fourrures pour la Russie à Canton, et fit ratifier à Paul Ier la charte qui garantissait à la Compagnie pour 20 ans, le monopole du commerce sur les côtes du Nord-ouest américain, du Kamtchatka et des îles de la Mer de Béring. Krusenstern fut nommé capitaine de la Marine impériale pour diriger cette expédition scientifique et commerciale, composée de l’élite des marins et des scientifiques russes. Participent notamment à cette circumnavigation le capitaine Lissianski, Tilesius von Tilenau et Langsdorff (naturalistes), Horner (astronome), et Kotzebue. Rezanov, qui voyagea sur la Nadejda, était le premier ambassadeur russe pour le Japon. Tous ces officiers et ces savants avaient été bercés par les relations des grands explorateurs européens et comptaient bien inscrire la Russie dans cette histoire. Les deux bateaux qui composaient l’expédition la Neva et Nadejda étaient d’anciens bâtiments anglais. Partie de Cronstadt, l’expédition s’arrêta en Angleterre avant de gagner le Brésil via les Canaries, et après avoir passé le Cap Horn, les deux bateaux gagnèrent les Marquises (où ils installèrent un port à Nuku Hiva) puis les îles Sandwich où ils se séparèrent. Lissianski partit explorer les côtes américaines, tandis que Krusenstern se rendait au Japon en passant par le Kamtchatka. L’Ambassade japonaise fut un échec complet. L’équipage et l’ambassadeur furent retenus à bord pendant six mois, les armes et la poudre ayant été confisquées et Rezanov reçut de l’Empereur du Japon un refus significatif de renouer toute relation avec la Russie. Krusenstern prit alors la route du Nord, il gagna le Détroit de La Pérouse, et explora Sakhaline, les Kouriles et le Kamtchatka, le nord de la Tartarie et l’embouchure du fleuve Amour, rapportant sur ces zones mal connues des informations importantes sur l’hydrographie, l’histoire naturelle, l’ethnographie, linguistique et la géographie. La Nadejda retourna à Petropavlovsk où était descendu Rezanov qui y avait trouvé des ordres lui demandant de rester dans les colonies russes comme inspecteur général et plénipotenti

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        Sistema, ó Curso Completo de Cirugía. Traducido del inglés al castellano de la última edicion, corregida por el autor, por Don Santiago García, Académico de número de la Real Academia médica de Madrid, individuo de la Real Academia de Medicina práctica de Barcelona, Médico de la Real Familia é Inclusa, etc. Etc. Con cien Laminas o estampas. Adicionada con varias memorias y reflexiones importantes sobre algunos puntos muy intrincados de la Cirugía; y de otros ad elantamientos modernos, por Don Agustin Frutos, profesor de Cirugía en esta Corte, uno de los del número de los Reales Hospitales, Demostrador público de Anatomía, y Cirujano de la Real Casa de Caballeros Pages.

      Madrid, imprenta de Repullés, 1813. - 6 tomes en 5 volumes in-8. 4ff. 307pp. + 2ff. 280pp. + 3ff. 290pp. + 3ff. 261pp. + 2ff. 181pp. 1f. 136pp. 1f. 100 planches hors-texte (deux d'entre elles montées sur un même feuillet dépliant). Plein veau porphyre, dos lisses ornés, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque, défauts aux coins). Traduction espagnole du fameux traité de chirurgie de l'Ecossais, Benjamin Bell, initialement paru entre 1783 et 1787. Il est illustré de 100 belles planches hors-texte représentant toutes sortes d'instruments de chirurgie (prothèses, bandages, bistouris, etc.). Ex-libris manuscrit gratté. Palau, 26800. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biblia, Das Ist: Die Ganze Gottliche Heilige Schrifft, Alten and Neuen Testaments, Nach Der Deutschen Uebersetzung Dr. Martin Luthers, Mit Jedes Capitels Kurzen Summarien, Auch Beygefugten Vielen Und Richtigen Paralellen

      Friedrich Goeb, Somerset [pa. ] 1813 - Folio 13" - 23" tall; Folio, 33cm. 2 p. L. [1]-527[1] [1]-66 p. , 1l. , 1-169[1]p. A handsome and well preserved copy of this rarity of early American Bible printing. Goeb’s Bible was printed in 1813 in "frontier" America, on a press carried in pieces by mule over the Allegheny Mountains. It is bound in original full calf over wooden boards; spine in six panels with five raised bands. Remnants only of original clasps and straps present. All endpages are present and intact. Text in two columns. Includes Old and New Testaments with separate title pages. Apocraphya is between Testaments and is separately paged. Not often found in such well preserved condition, this copy has had only minimal restoration to the front hinge. A professional and sympathetic mend was effected using archival material. The intact cords were strengthened. Original leather rubbed at edges and corners, with light surface scarring - but much less so than in copies usually seen. Front several pages have a vertical crease near the gutter. Scattered foxing and toning. First several leaves with furred edges and several minor margin tears. A last leaf of recommended readings, Anweisung der . Episteln und Evangelien, is not present – though there is no evidence of any missing page. Perhaps this copy in a state bound without this final leaf. An impressive feat of printing accomplished at the edge of settled early North America - in a handsome example. An important American Bible. Uncommon in any condition but scarce in such a well preserved example. A VG copy. Shaw & Shoemaker, 27883. . Oversize book will require additional charges for expedited or international shipping. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        John Adams Champions the U.S. Navy During the War of 1812

      1813 - Autograph Letter Signed, to William Jones, Quincy, [Mass.], April 24, 1813. 1 1/4 pp. 9 7/8" x 7 3/4" The "Father of the American Navy" congratulates the Secretary of the Navy on his recent appointment, recommends a future rear admiral, and encourages publication of an American naval history as "beneficial to the Interest, the Safety, the Independence the Honour Power and Glory of [the]Country." Though Adams disclaims "any Pride or Vanity" in his role in the creation of the Navy, he was still actively promoting the often neglected branch of the service. Transcript Quincy April 24. 1813Dear Sir As it ever has been, and forever ought to be, a general Rule of The Presidents and Heads of Departments not to answer Letters soliciting or recommending Appointments to Office: the Exception to the general Rule by your kind Letter of the 13th of this month,[1] lays me under a particular obligation.The Reason you assign is perfectly satisfactory to me: and I rejoice in it, as it proves the good sense and generous Feelings of our American young Men, which have animated such Numbers, to sollicit the Post of dangerCommodore Rodgers has accepted young Marston as a volunteer, and he is now on Board the President below the Castle, ready I presume for Sea as soon as Winds and Circumstances will permitFar be from me, any Pride or Vanity, in the recollection of any share I have taken in the Institution of Our American Navy: I am ashamed when I look back and recollect how little I have done said or written in favour of this Essential Arm for the defence of our Country. I know it to be the astonishment of every Man of Sense in Europe that we have neglected it so long. In my opinion a compleat History of our military Marine ought to be written, from the Law of Congress in October 1775 and the Law of Massachusetts in November 1775 to the present hour. Congress could not appropriate Money, to a purpose more beneficial to the Interest, the Safety, the Independence the Honour Power and Glory of their Country, if they should devote to a Man of Letters, who would undertake the Work, four times as large a sum as the Dutchess of Marlborough bequeathes for the [2] Biography of her Husband.I rejoice in the appointment to the Head of the naval Department, of a Gentleman who is represented to me, to be so well qualified and so well disposed to promote the Service. With much respect, I am Sir your Sincere and obliged Servant John AdamsThe Honourable William JonesSecretary of the Naval Department.Historical BackgroundJohn Adams's statement that he could not take "any Pride or Vanity . in the Institution of Our American Navy," having done too little for "this Essential Arm for the defence of our Country" reflects an uncharacteristic bit of modesty. For good reason, Adams has often been called the "Father of the American Navy." At the outset of the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress hoped that a small naval force could help offset the uncontested exercise of British sea power. The founding legislation, championed by Adams, was passed in October of 1775. It called for fitting out armed vessels for national service, as well as the creation of a Marine Committee to oversee naval affairs. Adams was one of the three original committee members. Before the year was out, again in large part due to Adams's lobbying, Congress authorized the construction of a small fleet. Adams then drafted the first regulations for the American Navy, adopted on November 28, 1775. (The other measure he mentions here, passed by Massachusetts in early November of 1775, authorized the issuance of letters of marque and created a board of admiralty to adjudicate the disposition of captured prizes.)As president, Adams went on to strengthen the American fleet during the Quasi-War with France, establish a Department of the Navy, and push through an act authorizing a peacetime naval force. His actions stood in marked contrast to those of his successor. T. (See website for full description)

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM GEORGE K. TAYLOR TO BUSHROD WASHINGTON, CONCERNING A DISPUTE WITH THE GUARDIAN OF WASHINGTON'S BROTHER'S CHILDREN OVER THE DISPOSITION OF A PIECE OF LAND].

      Petersburg. Sept. 19, 1813. - [2]pp. plus integral address leaf. Docketed on the verso in Bushrod Washington's hand. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Minor wear and soiling. Very good. Part of the ongoing settlement of George Washington's estate, of which his favorite nephew, Bushrod Washington, was executor. At this time Bushrod Washington was a sitting justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, having been appointed in 1798. Taylor writes to him offering his services as counsel. A prominent Virginia jurist, George K. Taylor (1769- 1815) attended the College of William and Mary, entered private practice in 1795, and served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1795 until 1801 when he was appointed U.S. Circuit Judge for the 4th Circuit. And, almost certainly it was Taylor - rather than Henry Lee - who co-authored the Federalist Minority Report with John Marshall on the Alien and Sedition Acts in the Virginia House of Delegates in 1799. According to the "Commissioner's Report on the Estate of George Washington, 1 July 1811," Bushrod Washington sold land from his uncle's estate to "the late Col. Thomas Lee," guardian of his late brother Corbin Washington's children, for the sum of $15,125, "which purchase their present guardian did not think himself at liberty to confirm." In the absence of payment, Bushrod Washington, believing himself the rightful owner, apparently intended to sell the land or had already done so. Taylor expresses here that he think that the court will order the profits to be turned over to Col. Lee's successor, against whom Washington had filed suit, but that Washington will be allowed to retain the full amount of the original selling price. Taylor apologizes for being so slow to reply, and agrees to represent Washington if he has not already retained the services of someone else. "I have no doubt the chancellor will grant an argument in your behalf." However, he also has no doubt that "you must experience in court the usual treatment of trustees acting lawfully and bona fide; and that consequently while we will be liable for the net profits of the land.it would be an outrage on all the principles hitherto entertained by the courts of equity, to subject you to anything more." While attending the circuit court of appeals, Taylor anticipates he will have "ample leisure" to review the case.

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        [AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, FROM GEORGE K. TAYLOR TO BUSHROD WASHINGTON, CONCERNING A DISPUTE WITH THE GUARDIAN OF WASHINGTON'S BROTHER'S CHILDREN OVER THE DISPOSITION OF A PIECE OF LAND]

      Petersburg. Sept. 19, 1813.. Petersburg. Sept. 19, 1813.. [2]pp. plus integral address leaf. Docketed on the verso in Bushrod Washington's hand. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Minor wear and soiling. Very good. Part of the ongoing settlement of George Washington's estate, of which his favorite nephew, Bushrod Washington, was executor. At this time Bushrod Washington was a sitting justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, having been appointed in 1798. Taylor writes to him offering his services as counsel. A prominent Virginia jurist, George K. Taylor (1769- 1815) attended the College of William and Mary, entered private practice in 1795, and served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1795 until 1801 when he was appointed U.S. Circuit Judge for the 4th Circuit. And, almost certainly it was Taylor - rather than Henry Lee - who co-authored the Federalist Minority Report with John Marshall on the Alien and Sedition Acts in the Virginia House of Delegates in 1799. According to the "Commissioner's Report on the Estate of George Washington, 1 July 1811," Bushrod Washington sold land from his uncle's estate to "the late Col. Thomas Lee," guardian of his late brother Corbin Washington's children, for the sum of $15,125, "which purchase their present guardian did not think himself at liberty to confirm." In the absence of payment, Bushrod Washington, believing himself the rightful owner, apparently intended to sell the land or had already done so. Taylor expresses here that he think that the court will order the profits to be turned over to Col. Lee's successor, against whom Washington had filed suit, but that Washington will be allowed to retain the full amount of the original selling price. Taylor apologizes for being so slow to reply, and agrees to represent Washington if he has not already retained the services of someone else. "I have no doubt the chancellor will grant an argument in your behalf." However, he also has no doubt that "you must experience in court the usual treatment of trustees acting lawfully and bona fide; and that consequently while we will be liable for the net profits of the land...it would be an outrage on all the principles hitherto entertained by the courts of equity, to subject you to anything more." While attending the circuit court of appeals, Taylor anticipates he will have "ample leisure" to review the case.

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        Essay on the Military Policy and Institutions of the British Empire

      Printed for T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall, 1813. Printed for T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall, 1813. Hardcover. Fourth Edition. Octavo. 5"x8". Re-bound in polished calfskin with raised bands on the spine and elegant gold gilt stamping of the spine, front, and back boards. SIGNED by the author on the presentation bookplate of the United Service Club, which has been removed from the original front paste down and placed neatly on the modern front paste down. The rare signature has been substantiated. Both front and back boards are disattached. Shows wear commensurate with age including some cracking and chipping of the leather, some ink markings, otherwise the text is very clean and bright and is soundly attached to the spine. As pictured.

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        Russland

      . Nowaja potschtowaja karta rossiiskoi imperii, soinennaja i grawirowannaja 1813 goda. Alt grenzkolorierte Kupferstichkarte in 15 Segmenten auf Lwd. aufgezogen. Rußland 1813. 56 x 90 cm (Blattgr.: 63 x 96,5 cm) - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Sehr seltene Postkarte von Rußland nach dem Napoleonischen Feldzug.- Kaum fleckig.-# Very rare post-map of Russia after the Napoleonic campaign.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Ansicht von der Kaiserlichen Residens Stadt St. Petersburg in Russland nebst den Kaiserlichen Palast von der Seide des Newa Flusses').

      . Kupferstich b. Gottfried Müller in Zittau, 1813, 18 x 25,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). (sehr selten!)

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        Carte generale d'Allemagne..

      Paris 1813. Karte zeigt gesamt Deutschland mit Dänemark, Ungarn, Polen und Litauen, auf Teilkarte Stadtplan von St. Petersburg, Auf 32 Platten gedruckt und auf Leinen aufgezogen, gefaltet im Schuber, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 90 x 112,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Costumes de la Normandie.

      o. Angaben, o. Vlg., um 1813. 2°, (2), 33 handkolorierte ganzs. Kupferstiche., HLdr. d. Zeit, m. floraler Gold- u Blindprägung, m. eingelassenem Ldr.-Deckelschildchen, marmor. Schnitt., Berieben, die ersten 2 Vakatbl. m. Randeinriss (sauber hinterlegt), 3 Tafeln m. kl. Randriss (Nr. 13, 27, 31) min. stock- u. min. fingerfleckig, gutes Exemplar. Preis in CHF: 990. Text frz. Die Tafeln zeigen: Cauchoise; Costume dessine a la foire de St. Gorgon, pres de Rouen; Costume de Bayeux, dessine a Rouen; Costume de Coutances; Costume de Saint Lo; Costume de Rouen; Costume de Lisieux; Costume du Val de la haye, pres de Rouen etc. Mit zwei Besitzvermerken von alter Hand: "S. Dumergue 1819" auf fliegendem Vorsatzbl. verso; "Julie de Merie Sampson, Presented by her husband, May 16th 1813" auf erstem Vakatbl. - Benoit Pecheux (1779-1831), artist, Georges-Jacques Gatine (1773-1824), graveur francais. Gatine a travaille en particulier, avec le dessinateur Louis-Marie Lante et collabore au Journal des dames et des modes de La Mesangere.

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        THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON WITH CURIOUS ANECDOTES, EQUALLY HONORABLE TO HIMSELF, AND EXEMPLARY TO HIS YOUNG COUNTRYMEN

      Philadelphia, PA: Matthew Carey, 1813. Philadelphia, PA: Matthew Carey, 1813. Leather_bound. GOOD PLUS. Scarce early printing of Weems's classic biography, best known as the source of the Cherry Tree anecdote and of the story of Washington being discovered in prayer in the snows at Valley Forge. First published in 1800. Howes W218.228 pages. Engraved folding map. Portrait. 6 engraved plates. (12mo), 7" 4", period full calf, red morocco (goatskin) label: "Tenth Edition. Greatly Improved". Some foxing and staining to endpapers. Quite scarce, particularly in original full calf binding.

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        [Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte. Des Pflanzenreichs achter Theil.]

      [Wien, -, 1813.]. LIX Tafeln. Priv. Pp. der Zeit.. Nissen BBI 2152. Altkolorierter Tafelband ohne den Text. Durchschossenes Exemplar. - Ebd. leicht berieben. - Sehr schöne leuchtende Kupfer. Band Acht des zehnbändigen Werkes.

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        Votivtafel Errettung durch den Heiland beim Abwurf vom Pferd.

      1813.. Detailreiche Votivtafel einen Pferdeabwurf und Mitschleifen des Unglücklichen darstellend, im Bildhintergrund der Gekreuzigte, rechts oben ein Dorf. Öl auf Holztafel. Mit beschreibendem Text im Unterrand: * O-Gott - o- Not. Corbinian Fellner, Bauer von hier wurde vom Pferdt abgeworfen und hörtigklich geschleift und geschlagen, durch Anrufung des gekreuzigten Heiland ist er aber frei gekommen und errettet worden, 1813.* Bildgröße: 28 x 23 cm, etwas wurmstichig im Außenrand, sonst aber von guter Erhaltung. ( Gewicht 350 Gramm )>>>Votivtafeln sind Dankbilder für die Erhörung eines Gebetes <<< ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Botanical Magazine or Flower-Garden Displayed. 5 volumes. Continued by John Sims. Volumes 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 in 5 books / Büchern

      London, Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1813-1815.. Format 15,5 x 24 cm. All together 212 coloured plates (kolorierte Kupfertafeln). Halfleather of the time. Bindings rubbed and slightely bumped. Some setting on the text pages, not on the plates otherwise very good copies. / Halbleder der Zeit. Textblätter gegenüber den Tafeln meist mit Abklatsch, nicht auf den Tafeln. Erste Blätter teils gelockert. Einbände gering beschabt u. leicht bestoßen. 2 Außengelenke etwas angeplatzt, sonst innen saubere, gute Exemplare mit den schönen kolorierten Kupfertafeln.. Nissen 2350. Sitwell/Blunt 156. Coll. A. Plesch 164. Erste Ausgabe der botanischen Zeitschrift mit sehr dekorativen Blumentafeln.

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        Pedestrianism; or an Account of the Celebrated Performances of Celebrated Pedestrians During the Last and Present Century; with a Full Narrative of Captain Barclay?s Public and Private Marches; and an Essay on Training

      Aberdeen: Printed by D. Chambers & Co. , 1813. Copper engraved frontispiece, 8vo 8 ¼ x 5 ¼ 286 pp. 19th century ¾ gilt-ruled straight-grained morocco & marbled boards, spine ruled & lettered in gilt, raised bands. Some rubbing to joints and extremities; top hinge weak, light offset to title from frontispiece, partially eradicated ink signature at top of frontispiece and some light foxing, else very good. The first and probably only edition of this work. Lovesey and Macnab assert this is probably the first book on competitive athletics. ?Barclay?s training methods were to influence athletics training for over a century? L&M. While L&M could be correct about this work?s role in the evolution of competitive athletics, a couple of earlier works on boxing should probably be considered. Nevertheless, this is quite a unique book. Includes accounts of his various walking matches and wagers, including 1000 miles in 1000 hours for 1000 guineas. There appears to be much competitive activity at this time, as there are a ranking list of walking races of the 18th and 19th centuries (see chapter three). His advice on training includes diet and dress and there are reports of shorter running races as well as walking. Walter Thom (1770-1824), who also wrote a history of Aberdeen, was the father of Alexander Thom, founder of Thom?s Almanac.

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        A GEOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF THE PERSIAN EMPIRE

      London, John Murray, 1813.. London, John Murray, 1813.. FIRST EDITION 1813. 4to, approximately 310 x 240 mm, 12¼ x 9½ inches, pages: (8), 486 including index, (2) - errata and adverts, LACKING THE MAP which was on 2 sheets, and were issued separately, handsomely rebound in modern full calf, 2 green gilt lettered labels, extra gilt spine, gilt and blind decoration to borders, marbled endpapers. Slight foxing to title page and occasionally within, mainly at the beginning. Text block tight and firm. A good attractive clean copy of a scarce work on Persia (lacking the maps as noted). The Bibliographer&#39;s Manual by William Lowndes, states that some copies have a large folding map; not listed in the Sotheby&#39;s catalogues on Persia, The Library of Robert Michael Burrell (books on the Middle East) or The Library of Peter Hopkirk (Books on Central Asia, the Balkans and the Middle East). John MacDonald Kinneir (1782-1830) was a Scottish traveller and diplomat. A captain in the Indian army, he was seconded to the East India Company&#39;s political department and in 1808-1809 he was attached to the mission of Sir John Malcolm to the court of Persia. He returned to England in 1810 where he prepared this work from his own observations and largely from a mass of information supplied to him by Sir John Malcolm to whom the book is dedicated. Later he was appointed by the East India Company as their official envoy to Persia (1824&#150;30), and his mediation brought to an end the Russo-Persian War 1827&#150;28. Howgego, Encyclopedia of Exploration 1800-1850, No. K14. The work describes the general geography and a brief history of the Empire plus government, trade, military, population, revenue, education, produce, architecture etc and then gives a detailed description of 23 provinces including Irak, Azerbijan, Laristan, Khorassan, Cabul, Armenia, Georgia, Daghestan etc. In the Appendix (page 363) the author lists a large number of detailed routes, many supplied by other travellers. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Geschichtliche Denkwürdigkeiten und Seltenheiten der Natur, durch Kupferblätter anschaulich gemacht und für alle Stände zum Nutzen und Vergnügen faßlich beschrieben. Erster Band: Mit 24 Kupfertafeln.

      Nürnberg, 1813.. IV + 368 S. Priv. Pp. der Zeit.. Mit insges. 45 altkolorierten Kupferstichen auf 24 Tafeln (I. C. Bock). Einer von drei Bänden. Apart. - Stockfleckig, Gbrsp., Ebd. berieben vorallem die Kapitale, kl. hds. Kugelschreiber-Anm. a. S. 75. - Mit den Ansichten von Marseille, Volcano auf den Liparische Inseln, Peter Libertat, Boissels Wasserfahrt auf der Rhone, der Kasuar aus Neuholland (Australien), der brüllende Frosch, die Gegend von Hyeres, La Tour Rotland, Tharand bei Dresden, Zanannah, König von Gingiro, der brennende Barigazzo, Diemens-Land, gestreiftes Kängaruh der Insel Bernier, Insel Timor, Arsenal und Seehafen von Toulon, Rigiberg und Maria zum Schnee u. a. - Diese Reihe erschien zwischen 1813 und 1815 in drei Bänden.

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        IAMBLICHU CHALKIDEOS LOGOS PROTREPTIKOS EIS PHILOSOPHIAN / IAMBLICHI CHALCIDENSIS EX COELE-SYRIA: ADHORTATIO AD PHILOSOPHORIAM

      Lipsiae (Leipzig): F.C.G. Vogelii, 1813. Lipsiae (Leipzig): F.C.G. Vogelii, 1813. First Edition. Quarter-Leather & Original Boards. Fine. First Edition. Octavo, finely rebound in quarter mottled calf over the original paste paper boards, the spine with raised bands and decorations within the compartments, gilt tooled title label, all done in period style by The Byzantium Bindery. xvi, 388pp, [4] pp publisher&#39;s catalogue at rear. Facing Greek and Latin texts with commentary. Old number in ink on title leaf; a nearly fine copy in a pleasing binding. ¶ Iamblichus (ca. 245 - ca. 325,) was known as a magician and a Neoplatonist philosopher. He studied under Porphyry, a pupil of Plotinus, the founder of Neoplatonism. It was with Porphyry that Iamblichus had a falling-out over his ideas on the practice of Thuergy, or what we would today call Ceremonial Magic; in his book &#39;De Mysteriis Aegyptiorum&#39; he makes his defense and explanation of his theories of Thuergy and Magic. In his &#39;Exhortation to Philosophy&#39; a compelling, didactic work, we find elements of a subtle Hellenistic program of evangelization aimed at winning souls over to the cause of Philosophy. The result is an elegant compendium of Pythagorean and Platonic dogmas, which together provide the basis for a set of practical and moral instructions that purport to purify the soul / intellect and prepare it for the divine and theoretical sciences, which alone form the medium for the soul&#39;s unification with the highest Good at the summit of Being. It was commonplace in Iamblichus&#39; day for ecclesiastics to compose large, scathing pedagogical works, which execrated and condemned the pagan tradition he loved, so Iamblichus promptly followed suit with his &#39;Exhortation&#39;; although wisely without making an overt assault upon the Christian faith. The &#39;Exhortation&#39; is animated with the impassioned convictions of a visionary, a sage, and philosophic doctrinaire, whose magnanimity and concern for the individual soul is utterly noble and unselfish. (Excerpted from a review of the Phanes Press edition).

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        The Peerage of Scotland: Containing An Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of That Kingdom, From Their Origin to the Present Generation. 2 Volume set

      Constable & Co, Edinburgh 1813 - 759pp, xiv, + plates;752pp, xiii, + plates. Heraldic engravings. Heraldic book-plate of William John Lee 'Fide et Constantia.'. G : in Good condition with marbled eps. Some outer joint cracking and upper board of volume II a little weak. Neat signature of a previous owner on title page of Volume I. Heraldic book-plate on paste-downs. Some occasional pencil annotation and some age browning to a number of pages otherwise contents G+ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lehre von den Augenkrankheiten, als Leitfaden zu seinen öffentlichen Vorlesungen entworfen, 2 Bde., Halbleder-Ausgabe, 1813 - 1817.

      Wien, Buchhandlung Camesina, 1813 - 1817.. Vollständiges Werk in zwei Bänden. Braune Original-Halblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf rotem und grünem Rückenschild sowie goldgeprägten Ornamentbändern und Stempelverzierungen. Buchdeckel in hellbrauner Marmorierung und mit Lederecken. Grün eingefärbter Buchschnitt. XX, 636, XVI, LI, 680 S. Mit 9 ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln, davon 7 handkoloriert und vom Autor handsigniert. With 9 (7 handcolored) engraved plates, each signed by the autor. Wissenschaftliches Hauptwerk des Wiener Augenarztes und Begründers der Ophthalmologie als Wissenschaftsdisziplin. Beer erwarb sich schon als im jugendlichen Alter als Zeichner und Demonstrator am Institut des Augenarztes und Anatomen Joseph Barth erste wissenschaftliche Meriten. Nach Studium und Habilitation (1802) avancierte er rasch zum führenden wissenschaftlichen Lehrer auf dem noch jungen Gebiet der Augenheilkunde. 1812 erhielt er den ersten Wiener Lehrstuhl für Ophthalmologie. Unter Beers Einfluß entwickelte sich dieses Fach von einem Teilgebiet der Chirurgie zu einer eigenständigen medizinischen Wissenschaft. Dabei verband Beer wissenschaftliche Virtuosität mit einem ausgeprägten zeichnerisch-gestalterischen Talent; die von ihm gefertigten Schaubilder und Illustrationen schmücken zahlreiche augenheilkundliche Lehrbücher des 19. Jahrhunderts (vgl. D. v. Engehardt: Biographische Enzyklopädie deutschsprachiger Mediziner, München 2002, Bd. 1, S. 40 f.).. Sehr gutes vollständiges Exemplar des überaus seltenen Werkes. Die Bände entstammen ursprünglich der Bibliothek des Universitätshospitals Zürich. Bibliotheksstempel auf ersten Seiten partiell geschwärzt. Bei Bd. 1 Gelenke fachmännisch instandgesetzt (Buchrücken hier etwas dunkler). Beide Bände ansonsten in sehr gutem, unversehrtem Zustand. Auch innen sehr gutes Exemplar; Seiten frisch wirkend und lediglich partiell leicht fleckig. Die Kupfertafeln in erstklassigem Zustand. In toto sehr gutes Exemplar des wissenschaftshistorisch bedeutenden, im Besonderen auch für seine Illustrationen berühmten Werkes. Als Original-Halbleder-Ausgabe sonst nirgends mehr erhältlich. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (Rubrik: Medizin und Pharmazie).

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        Millots Allgemeine Weltgeschichte alter, mittler und neuer Zeiten, 19 Bände (komplett), 1813

      Verlag Kath. Gräffer & Härter, Wien, 1813-1818. Des Herrn Abts Millot Allgemeine Weltgeschichte alter, mittler und neuer Zeiten ... Mit Zusätzen und Berichtigungen von Wilhelm Ernst Christiani ... Fortgesetzt von Joseph Freyherrn von Hormayr. 19 Bände (komplett). Original-Pappeinbände mit Goldprägungen & zwei Rückenschildern. Format ca. 21 x 13 cm. Alle Bände jeweils mit einem hübschen Kupferstich als Frontispiz (außer Registerband; diesem wurde verlagsseitig keiner beigebunden). Somit alles hier vollständig & mit allen 19 Kupferstichen vorliegend. Wie auch den 17 Originalbildern zu entnehmen, sind die Bücher in überdurchschnittlicher Erhaltung. Sehr harmonische Rückenansicht; zudem keinerlei Fehlstellen oder dgl. Buchecken bestoßen, Kanten kaum berieben. Buchschnitt fantastisch erhalten; ebenso die wunderschönen Deckel, lediglich bei zwei Bänden gibt es dort einen kleinen Abrieb. Rückenkanten mit Bereibung, bei einem Band ganz kleiner Einriß. Innen tadellos. Die vorderen & hinteren Seiten etwas blass-fleckig; sonst nur vereinzelt mal ein blasser Fleck. Die Bücher sind vollzählig, ohne Anstreichungen, nichts lose. Feste Bindungen & Blöcke. Gelegentlich eine Seite mit typischem Büttenpapier-Abschluß am Rand. Vollständig, alle Frontispize beinhaltend & in ansprechender Erhaltung heute nicht mehr allzu häufig erhältliche Geschichtsausgabe.. Zusätzliche Bilder & ausführlichere Informationen zu dieser Ausgabe finden Sie auf unserem eigenen Internetauftritt - Kategorie: Früheste Ausgaben bis 1880 > Weltgeschichte

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        Des Herrn Abts Millot ... allgemeine Weltgeschichte alter, mittlerer und neuer Zeiten / aus dem Franz. mit Zusätzen und Berichtigungen von Wilhelm Ernst Christiani 8.-19. Band

      Wien Gräffer & Härter 1813-1818. 12 Leinenbände der Zeit, 8°, Bände 8-19 von 19. Bd 17 - 18 hrsg. v. Joseph Freyherrn von Hormayr. Bd 17. 18 im Verl. Härter erschienen

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        Vorläufiger aus der Erfahrung geschöpfter Unterricht den innerlichen und äußerlichen Gebrauch des Tazmannsdorfer Mineralwassers betreffend, zum Nutzen derjenigen, die Hülfe und Heil an diesem Kurort suchen wollen. Steinamanger, Selbstverlag d. Verfassers 1813. 8°. 11 Bll., 138 S., OBroschur.

      . . Sehr seltenes Werk über Bad Tatzmannsdorf im Burgenland (über KVK u. Worldcat nur 2 Exemplare nachweisbar [Stabi Berlin u. NB in Wien].- Der Verfasser war "Arzt, Wundarzt, und Geburtshelfer, Bade- und Brunnenarzt zu Tazmannsdorf".- Titel recto u. verso gestempelt, leicht braunfleckig, sonst gutes Exemplar.

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        THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON WITH CURIOUS ANECDOTES, EQUALLY HONORABLE TO HIMSELF, AND EXEMPLARY TO HIS YOUNG COUNTRYMEN

      Philadelphia, PA: Matthew Carey, 1813. Leather_bound. GOOD PLUS. Scarce early printing of Weems&#39;s classic biography, best known as the source of the Cherry Tree anecdote and of the story of Washington being discovered in prayer in the snows at Valley Forge. First published in 1800. Howes W218.228 pages. Engraved folding map. Portrait. 6 engraved plates. (12mo), 7" 4", period full calf, red morocco (goatskin) label: "Tenth Edition. Greatly Improved". Some foxing and staining to endpapers. Quite scarce, particularly in original full calf binding.

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        BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES LAWRENCE, ESQ. LATE A CAPTAIN IN THE NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES: TOGETHER WITH A COLLECTION OF THE MOST INTERESTING PAPERS, RELATIVE TO THE ACTION BETWEEN THE CHESAPEAKE AND SHANNON, AND THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN LAWRENCE, &c., &c. EMBELLISHED WITH A LIKENESS

      New Brunswick (NJ), 1813. b/w frontis. 12mo. (5), 6-244 pp. First book edition of Washington Irving&#146;s biography of one of our early Naval heroes. (Lawrence&#146;s dying words, as quoted by Irving were, &#147;Don&#146;t surrender the ship!&#148;) This is an interesting variant of a scarce naval (and Washington Irving) item. The bibliographies call for the book to have 244 pages, the final four of which are two poems by Francis Arden memorializing Lawrence. However, at the beginning of the poems there is a notice from the publisher stating that the printing and binding were well along when the Arden poems were received so the presses were stopped until the poems could be added. This is a copy that was bound and released before the poems arrived, making it even more unusual. Howes I-82 (an &#147;aa&#148; rating). See BAL 10101 for the Irving attribution. Bound in old calf, rebacked, with red spine label.

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        Kleine Geschichten zur Verbesserung und Veredlung jugendlicher Herzen. Mit 6 Kupfern.

      Nürnberg, Friedrich Campe, 1813.. VI, 255 S. Grüner Original-Pbd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; Buchdeckel in mehrfarbiger bräunlicher Marmorierung, Format: 14 x 12 cm. Sehr originelle Geschichtensammlung mit volkspädagogischem Hintergrund. Inhalt: Isabelle - Vatersegen - Das Armenhaus - Franziska - Wilhelm Müller - Der Pflegesohn - Jakob Moser - Belohnte Gastfreihet - Fanny, eine Feengeschichte - Der künftige Gelioebte - Genügsamkeit - Der gefährliche Vertraute - Der Namenstag - Die verlorenen Aeltern - Ulrike - Die Schwestern - Die Schulfreunde - Die Habsüchtige - Die Verschwenderin - Das Testament - Der unnatürliche Sohn - Die drei Brüder - Wilhelmine - Das gelehrte Frauenzimmer - Der Korbbinder - Kindliche Liebe, eine afrikanische Geschichte. Die sechs zugehörigen altkolorierten Kupfer wurden separat gerahmt (stilvolle Altrahmung in dunklerm lackierten Holz mit Passepartout; Rahmenformat: 21 x 16 cm).. Der Band etwas berieben, eine Ecke etwas angeknickt. Eintrag von alter Hand (1817) auf Vorsatz; Seiten leicht fleckig. Gerahmte Kupferstiche in tadellosem Zustand. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

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        Manifiesto del Gobierno de Chile a las naciones de America y Europa. @[text begins:] El honor y dignidad del Gobierno: las respetuosas consideraciones .

      [Colophon] Santiago de Chile, En la Imprenta de Gobierno P.D.J.G. Gallardo, dated 30 May 1813. - Caption title. (1), 9 pp. 4°, disbound. Light soiling on final leaf. Good to very good condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this substantial and fascinating explanation of why it was proper for the Chilean patriots to commandeer, arm, and use in battle the Portuguese ship @Fama, which was carrying wheat to the British. The seizure is justified (with legal precedents) on the grounds that it was "indispensable para salvar la existencia politica del Estado." On pp. 1-3 the authors list the offenses committed by José Fernando Abascal, viceroy of Peru, who had invaded southern Peru in early 1813 and was aided by Chileans who favored royal rule over independence.The @Manifiesto is addressed to the prince regent of Portugal, the king of Great Britain, and Lord Strangford. It is signed in print by Francisco Antonio Perez as president, and by José Miguel Infante, Agustin de Eyzaguirre, and Jayme Zudaña, secretary of Internal Affairs.---- Medina, @Santiago de Chile 40. Briseño I, 190. OCLC: 54158268 (Biblioteca Nacional de Chile, John Carter Brown Library, Yale University). Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition]

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