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        Ruhestätte der Mitglieder des Vereins Hanseatischer Kampfgenossen. Original-Aquarell + Mischtechnik um 1832.

       Bildgröße: 23,5 x 31,5 cm, mit untenstehendem Text sowie weitere Zeichnung. Blattgröße: 35,5 x 39,5 cm. Gezeigt wird die Grabanlage die ursprünglich auf dem Grabplatz der Maria-Magdalenen-Kirche stand. Mit Obelisk, Grablege, Pforte mit 2 aufgestecken Eisernen Kreuzen. . Am Obelisken 2 Männer, 2 Bronzetafeln des Obelisken lesbar ( *Ruhestätte der Mitglieder des Verein Hanseatischer Kampfgenossen von 1813 und 1814. - Geweiht auch denen die im heiligen Kampfe gefallen sind - süss ist`s und ehrenvoll für`s Vaterland zu sterben* ) die beiden anderen Bronzetafeln auf der dem Betrachter abgewandten Seite. Das Blatt stärker angestaubt, gebräunt, fleckig und stockfleckig, an der rechten oberen Seite ein kleines Loche, der Außenrand mit Randläsionen, Eckabriß und kleineren Einrissen. Verso von alter Hand als *Aquarell* bezeichnet. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Friedhof, Grabdenkmal, Grabstätte, Ruhestätte, Hanseatische Legion, Hanseatische Kampfgenossen, Obelisk, Ohlsdorf, Friedhof Ohlsdorf, Hamburg, Google, Befreiungskriege

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        Travels in Sweden, during the Autumn of 1812

      London: for Robert Baldwin, 1813. 4to. (10 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches). 13 engraved plates, plans and maps (comprising: 2 engraved portraits, 6 maps [4 folding], 5 plates and plans [1 plate printed in bistre]). (Occasional old repairs to folding maps, some light spotting to maps and plates. Contemporary half calf over marbled paper-covered boards, rebacked to style, recent endpapers First edition of a rare and important work: a scientific exploration, a description of the country at an important time in its history and a description of its people. The author intended this work as a compendium of available information about Sweden, mostly scientific. Thomas Thomson travelled 1200 miles in seven weeks, keeping a journal as he went. He was a well-regarded analytical chemist, a member of the Geological Society, the Wernerian Society, the Imperial Academy at St. Petersburg and a fellow of the Linnaean Society and the Royal Societies of London and Edinburgh, and a prolific author. He described his reasons for visiting Sweden in the first chapter: "My objects were not only to observe the manners and dispositions of the people, and the progress which they had made in the arts and civilization; but likewise to make a mineralogical survey of the country, as far as that could be done by hastily traversing it; to view as nearly as possible the state of chemistry in Sweden, and to make myself acquainted with the discoveries made in that science by the Swedes in the last ten years" (p.1). The interesting plates and maps include two stipple-engraved portraits of Swedish royalty, a large folding engraved general map of Sweden, a folding engraved map of Gothland, two folding engraved geognostic maps of Nerike and Sconia, a folding engraved plan of Stockholm, a full-page engraved plate showing the geognostic structure of the country, two views of the Hill Kinnekülle and the Mountain Taberg, two full-page engraved plans of the copper mine of Fahlun, and, printed in bistre, a fine full-page engraved plate of a falcon. Poggendorff II, 1098.

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        Catalogues of the birds, shells, and some of the more rare plants, of Dorsetshire. From the new and enlarged edition of Mr. Hutchins';s history of that county . With additions; and a brief memoir of the author

      Printed by and for J. Nichols, Son, and Bentley, London 1813 - (15 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches). Text in two columns. iv, 110pp. [errors in pagination to pp. 53-68 corrected with printed overslips at a contemporary date]. Engraved portrait, 24 engraved plates on 13 sheets. Contemporary half calf over marbled paper covered boards, flat spine tooled and lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers (expert repair at bottom of spine) Provenance: Dawson Turner (inscribed by Rackett on the title and with an additional inscription on the endpaper concerning publication) Inscribed copy of the first illustrated edition of a rare catalogue of British birds, plants and shells. Richard Pulteney received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Edinburgh in 1764, before serving as the personal physician to the Earl of Bath. Following the Earl's death, he resided and practiced in Blandford, Dorset. Besides membership in a host of medical societies, Pulteney was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, as well as a Fellow of the Linnean Society. Indeed, he was an early promoter of Linnaean taxonomy, and authored the first English biography of Linnaeus in 1781. His cabinet of specimens, noted particularly for its shells, was donated to the Linnean Society following his death in 1801. The first edition of 1799 was privately-published by Pulteney with few copies printed. An inscription in this copy by the editor of this new edition reveals that copies of the first edition were further destroyed by fire: "The first Impression of Dr. Pulteney's Catalogues was printed in 1801 [i.e. 1799], but never published, the whole having been destroyed by the fire, at Mr. Nichols's printing office [in 1808]. I have been enabled to make considerable additions in this second impression, from communication by various scientific friends, and from my own obervations." Rackett's revised edition was the first to be illustrated, containing a portrait of Pulteney, a plate depicting 17 shells titled Melbury Fossils (engraved by J. Cary after Mary Foster), and 23 engraved plates of shells on 12 sheets. The plates numbered I-XXIII are new engravings of those by De Costa in his Historia Naturalis Testaeorum Britanniae, with several additions, depicting over 200 species. This copy with important provenance to Dawson Turner (1775-1858), a noted botanist, antiquary and Fellow of the Royal Society. Turner's scientific studies centered on cryptogamic plants and he formed large botanical collections, mainly of algae, which are preserved at Kew within the herbarium of his son-in-law and fellow botanist Hooker. BM(NH) IV:p. 1622; Pritzel 7367; Nissen, ZBI 3250. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vues des Cordillères et Monumens des Peuples Indigènes de l'Amérique

      Paris: [de l'imprimerie de J.H. Stône] chez F. Schoell, 1813. 2 volumes in one, folio. (22 3/4 x 16 1/8 inches). Half title, 16pp. 'Introduction'. Engraved dedication leaf, 69 engraved plates on 68 leaves (27 hand coloured, printed in colours or printed in colours and finished by hand [1 of these double-page], 4 printed in sepia). Expertly bound to style in red half morocco over contemporary red paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by gilt double fillets, lettered in the second compartments, the others with simple repeat decoration in gilt A fine copy of one of the great monuments to scientific exploration, with superb colour-printed and hand-coloured aquatints: the most beautiful and interesting of all Humboldt's works. This work is one of the most important publications to result from the expedition to the Americas in 1799-1804 of the great German scientist and explorer, Alexander von Humboldt, and the botanist, Aimé Bonpland. During their extensive trip, the two gathered a mass of material relating to all aspects of the New World, and their work in the field and the subsequent publications set a new standard for scientific exploration and reporting. Humboldt and Bonpland set out to investigate the area's geography, natural history, archaeology, and native customs, supplementing their field explorations with extensive research in Europe. The series of publications resulting from the expedition began in 1805 and took decades to publish, the present volume being the first major work from the series to appear. Vue des Cordillères... is most notable for its remarkable aquatint plates of scenes in South and Central America, particularly the magnificent double-page plate of the great volcano of Chimborazo in the Andean highlands. Most of these were made from Humboldt's original sketches. His involvement in the publication was close, especially in checking the colouring, which was done under his personal supervision to insure accuracy. These plates beautifully illustrate views, native costumes, and antiquities. The work is equally important as the first extensive treatment of surviving pre-Columbian and immediately post-Columbian Indian codices. The first publication of any part of the famed Dresden Codex, the most extensive of surviving pre-Columbian codices, is found herein, again with superb colouring. There are also coloured prints of the Codex Mendoza and plates drawn from various other important codices. Humboldt's treatment of them is a landmark in the rediscovery of the pre-Columbian civilizations. "Every class of Mexican, Aztec, and Peruvian Antiquity receives in this work the clearest philosophical analysis" (Field). The present copy includes the sixteen-page introduction by Humboldt, dated 1813, as well as the last twenty plates: all of which are frequently lacking. Field 739; Hill 839; Lipperheide 1630; Palau 117026; Pilling Proof-Sheets 1871; Sabin 33754.

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        Schraubmedaille auf die Befreiungskämpfe mit zwölfteiliger altkolorierter Kupfersticheinlage. Auf den Innendeckeln 2 gestochene Textseiten.

       12 Seiten gestochener Text und 12 altkolorierte gestochene Schlachtendarstellungen im Rund, bei Johann Thomas Stettner, Nürnberg, 1813, Durchmesser 5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXII, S. 18. - Die feinen Kupferstiche zeigen die Schlachten bei Lützen, Bautzen, Vittoria, Hanau, Leipzig, die Übergabe von Dresden, die Belagerung von Würzburg usw. Die Medaille mit reicher Blindprägung und auf der Rückseite dem Motto \"Eintracht überwindet alles\". Die Medaille schließt nicht mehr ganz. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Befreiungskriege, Militaria, Schraubtaler

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        Itinéraire descriptif de la France

      1813 - 13 volumes Paris, Potey, Arthus Bertrand, J. Renouard, 1813-1839, in-8, 13 volumes, reliure de l'époque à dos lisse de basane fauve ornés de filets dorés et de motifs dorés, tranches jonquille, Ensemble de 13 volumes de cette topographie régionale qui avait commencé de paraitre en 1813 sous le titre "description routière et géographique de l'Empire Français", en six volumes; le succès décida l'auteur à lever l'anonymat de l'ouvrage, à en changer le titre et à en accroitre l'ambition. Chaque itinéraire, précédé d'une carte, décrit le paysage, les curiosités régionales, les industries, la littérature d'une région, et indique les communications entre les grandes routes et leurs embranchements. -Route de Paris à Lyon. Melun, Sens, Auxerre, Autun, Mâcon, ou Fontainebleau, Nevers, Roanne. 1813. Carte, 237 pp. -Route de Marseille à Gênes. Aix, Nice, Pignerole. 1813. Carte, 190 pp. -Route de Paris à Genève. Dijon, Chalon-sur-Saône, Beaune. 1817. 207 pp. -Route de Paris aux deux Bagnères. Bergerac, Périgueux, Agen, Auch- Tarbes, Lourdes, Gavarni, Pic du Midi, Cauterets. 1830. 2 vol. Carte, 287 pp. 286 pp. -Route de Paris à Toulouse. Châteauroux, Cahors, Montauban, Clermont, Rodez, Albi- Gien, Bourges, Mont-d'Or. 1830. 2 vol. Carte, 287 pp. 286 pp. -Route de Paris à Bordeaux. Orléans, Tours, Poitiers, Limoges. 1818. Carte, 308 pp. -Route de Paris à Nantes. la Flèche, Tours, Angers. 1821. Carte, 363 pp. -Route de Paris en Espagne. Bordeaux, Dax, Pau, Pampelune. 1823. Carte, 198 pp. -Route de Paris à Bordeaux. Saumur, Rochefort . 1831. Carte, 228 pp. -Route de Paris à Rennes. Versailles, Le Mans, Laval. 1822. Carte, 435 pp. -Route de Paris à Rouen. Havre, Honfleur, Dieppe. 1830. Carte, 348 pp. État moyen [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Practical Introduction to Spherics and Nautical Astronomy. 1813

      London: J Johnson. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed with 1" split at top of front hinge. Occasional light foxing. 1813. Fourth Edition. Brown leather cover. 240mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). pp. 232 + xvi + plates. 20 b/w plates - 8 fold-out. Dedicated to Nevil Maskelyne. Includes a section on time. .

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        Theorie des fonctions analytiques, contenant les principes du calcul differentiel, degages de toute consideration d\'infiniment petits, d\'evanouissants, de limites et de fluxions, et reduits a l\'analyse algebrique des quantites finies.

      Librairie de Mme Ve COURCIER, Paris 1813. Nouvelle Edition, revue et augmentée par l´Auteur. XI, 383 Seiten, 4°, Ganzleder der Zeit, Bibliotheks-Exemplar (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet), Stempel auf Vortiteltitel, Einband beschabt, berieben und bestoßen, Papier vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig, Namensstempel, Signatur und geringe Marginalien von alter Hand (aus der Feder von Prof. A. Schrader, Halle), ordentliches und insgesamt innen sauberes Exemplar, Zweite Auflage, im Todesjahr des Autors erschienene Ausgabe letzter Hand. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Mathematik, Funktionen

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      Havana, 1813. Folio. Old fold lines. Moderately chipped and worn at edges. Lightly and evenly toned. Contemporary manuscript notations. Good. A rare printed decree from Cuba at the beginning of the 19th century, as Spanish power in the world was waning but Spain's grip on Cuba was still quite firm. This decree, issued by the King on June 14, 1813 and printed on September 20, announces new laws regarding the rights to vote and to be elected to hold government positions for professors and scholars from certain universities, collegiums, and seminars. The decree forbade these rights to the Knights of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem as well as members of the four military orders of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcantara, and Montesa. It is endorsed in manuscript, with the imprint and header also written in by hand. Early Caribbean imprints are rare.

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        Carminum Rariorum Macaronicorum Delectus: In Usum Ludorum Apollonarium, Quae Solenniter Edinburgi Celebrantur, Apud Conventum Gymnasticum Filiorum Aesculapii

      Edinburgh: Ex Typographia G. Ramsay et. Sociorum, 1813 8vo, 144pp. Original blue paper wrappers, text in English and Latin. Backstrip fairly cracked and worn, but with elements of original paper label affixed, internally bright, with several pages unopened. Manuscript page transcription of an epitaph dated 1794 loosely inserted. Very good. First edition, the Cosmo Gordon copy in astonishing original condition. Not in Donovan & Jerris.Pages 138-140 contain one of the earliest known poems dedicated to ?Gowfing.? Very rare in original wrappers. The Murdoch copy rebound in modern cloth sold for $1500 in 1998.

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        Spanien. Nach eigener Ansicht im Jahr 1808 und nach unbekannten Quellen bis auf die neueste Zeit. 4 Bände (komplett).

      Frankfurt am Main, Varrentrapp und Sohn, 1813. 8°. 19 cm. IV, 1392 Seiten. Neuere Halblederbände mit einfachen Papier-Rückenschildchen. 1. Auflage. Blätter durchgehend mit schwachem Wasserrand, meist im unteren Bereich außerhalb des Textes. Gute Exemplare. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Spanien / Spain; spanische Geschichte / spanish history

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        \"General Post und Straßen Charte des Oesterreichischen Kaiser Staates\" usw.

       Grenzkol. Kupferstich von F.Th. Müller nach J.A. Peter bei L. Maisch, Wien, dat. 1813, 63 x 91 cm. Die Karte zeigt vier Arten von Poststraßen sowie sog. Comercial- und Verbindungsstraßen des damaligen Österreich-Ungarn, \"nebst dem grösten Theil der vor dem Wiener und vor dem Presburger Frieden dazugehörigen Länder\", d.h. ohne Westtirol und Vorarlberg. Das Gebiet reicht im Osten bis Tschernowitz und Kronstadt, im Süden bis Ragusa (Nebenkarte), im Westen bis Padua, Bozen, Innsbruck, München und Eger, im Norden bis Zittau und Sandomir. - Längs- und Querfalte. Selten! Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Landkarten, Landkarten 19. Jhrh., Österreich, Post

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        Poetical Sketches of Scarborough: Illustrated by Twenty-One Engravings of Humorous Subjects?

      London: Printed for R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, by J.Diggins, Saint Ann's Lane, 1813. First edition. Twenty-one hand-colored engraved plates after J. Green, by Thomas Rowlandson. 215 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in contemporary boards, with contemporary brown blindstamped calf spine, gilt stamped title and drab boards, uncut. Minor loss to calf at bottom of spine. In full crimson morocco pull off case, by Riviere. Rowlandson, Thomas. First edition. Twenty-one hand-colored engraved plates after J. Green, by Thomas Rowlandson. 215 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. UNCUT. According to the Advertisement, "The originals of the plates...were sketches made as souvenirs of the place during a visit to Scarborough, 1812. They were not intended for publication, but being found to interest many persons of taste, several of whom expressed a desire to possess engravings of them, and some gentlemen having offered to add metrical illustrations to each the present for of publication has been adopted..." The poems are by Combe, Papworth, et. al. This edition contains all the plates of the first, with a Dedication, Contents, and the initials of the authors added. Tooley 423; Abbey Scenery 297

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        A Select Collection of English Songs, with their original airs: and A historical essay on the origin and progress of national song, by the late Joseph Ritson. The second edn, with additional songs and occasional notes. By Thomas Park. 3 vols.

      Printed for F.C. & J. Rivington, &c. 1813 - Sl. spotting. Later (1931) half dark brown calf. Vol.III contains printed music for the songs.

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        Geographisch - Statistisches Zeitungs- Post- und Comptoir - Lexicon nach den neuesten Bestimmungen fur Studierende, Zeitungsleser, Reisende und Geschäftsleute aller Art.

      Leipzig, I. C. Hinrichs, o. J. (1813). Neue durch Nachtrag berichtigte und vermehrte Ausgabe. Zwei Teile in einem Band. Zwei mehrfach gefaltete kolorierte Karten, gestochenes Titelblatt, S. III - VI, 1080 Spalten, 964 Spalten. Kl.-8°, Halblederbd. der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf zwei Rückenschildern, Rückenvergoldung, Lederecken, Deckel mit Marmorpapier, Lesebändchen. Engelmann, S.43 (diese Ausgabe); Zischka, S. 96 (4. Ausgabe); Seemann / Peche 552 (4. Ausgabe), die hier vorliegende Ausgabe nicht in der Sammlung Seemann. Die erste, zweibändige Ausgabe erschien 1811, die vierte Ausgabe, 4 Bde. in 7 Abt. und 2 Nachträge, 1818 -24. Die beiden mehrfach gefalteten (21,5 x 37 cm & 32 x 41 cm) und kolorierten Karten zeigen:\"Hydrographische Carte der ganzen Welt\" und \"Neue Carte von Deutschland und den angränzenden Staaten nebst den Postrouten\" (die zweite Karte auf wesentlich stärkerem Papier). Ecken leicht bestoßen, Deckel min. berieben, Rückenschilder stärker berieben, Vorsätze etwas leimschattig, Inhalt sauber u. frisch. Vorderer Spiegel mit gestochenem Wappenexlibris aus Adelbibliothek. Gutes Exemplar. Von großer Seltenheit, diese Ausgabe ist laut KVK weltweit in keiner Bibliothek nachweisbar, laut Taschenbuch und Jahrbuch der Auktionpreise kein Exemplar auf Auktionen seit 1950. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Lexicon, Lexikon, Geographie, Statistik, Zeitungs Lexikon, Post Lexikon, Comptoir Lexikon, Deutschland Karte, Welt Karte, Postrouten,

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        Leipzig. - Völkerschlacht. - "Völcker Schlacht bey Leipzig d. 19. October 1813".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Aquatintaradierung, getönt, 1813. Von Johann Lorenz Rugendas d. J., nach Johann Jacob Wagner. 38,2 x 54,4 cm (Darstellung) / 45,2 x 56,2 cm (Blatt). Unterhalb der Darstellung deutsch und russisch betitelt. Darunter in der jeweiligen Sprache Erläuterungstext. Ganz unten mittig "Gezeichnet u. gestochen von J. Lorenz Rugendas in Augsburg". - Die Darstellung zeigt die Erstürmung des inneren Grimmaischen Tores in Leipzig am 19. Oktober 1813, nachdem der Rückzug der französischen Truppen erkannt worden war. Während die russische Streitmacht unter Lageron und Sacken die Hallesche und Bülow die Grimmaische Vorstadt eroberten, konnte sich die französische Armee nur noch überstürzt in Richtung des Ranstädter Tores zurückziehen. - Blatt beschnitten und aufgezogen. Kleine Fehlstellen im unteren Randbereich, Einriss am oberen Blattrand und Läsuren im Darstellungsbreich (kaum sichtbar) restauriert. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit kräftigem Druckbild. Johann Lorenz Rugendas d. J. (1775 Augsburg - 1826 ebenda). Deutscher Historienmaler, Stecher und Kunstverleger. Absolvierte seine Lehre bei seinem Vater und 1784-1793 an der reichsstädtischen Kunstakademie in Augsburg. 1799 übernahm er aufgrund des Todes seines Vaters den familiären Kunstverlag. Ab 1804 war er als Lehrer, ab 1811 als Direktor an der Augsburger Kunst- und Zeichenschule tätig. Johann Jacob Wagner (1766 Leipzig - 1834 Leipzig). Deutscher Zeichner, Kupferstecher und Radierer. Schüler von Adam Friedrich Oeser und Johann Friedrich Bause. Stach nach fremden Vorlagen zahlreiche Landschaften, Ereignisblätter und Vignetten. Nach eigener Idee von ihm die "Siegesplätze der Völkerschlacht oder Ansichten der Dörfer bei Leipzig" 1814/15.

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        Letters on Sporting. Part 1 [Angling] & 2 [Shooting]: [Angling: Being the First Part of a Series of Familiar Letters on Sporting; Shooting: Being the Second part of a Series of Familiar Letters on Sporting]

      London J Cornes [1813]. G : in Good condition. Cracked joints. Slightly rubbed and scuffed leather. Beautifully tooled spine with five sporting motifs in gilt with title plaque. No title pages Some foxing throughout. Small tear on page 235. Both plates have impinged onto opposite pages. Scarce First Edition Half-leather cover with marbled boards 240mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). pp1-121; pp122- 235. 2 wood cut engravings as frontis to part 1[ A Hare - Chalon/Cook] & 2 [A Fisherman - Hilton/Cook]. Bookplate on ep. Inscribed by Arthur Hepburn 1862; B W Powlett 1928.

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        Réflexions et observations anatomico-chirurgicales sur l\'anévrisme. Planches. Traduites de l\'Italien, et augmentées de deux mémoires par J. Delpech

      Paris, Chez Méquignon-Marvis de l\'Imprimerie de Crapelet, 1813. 41,5 x 28cm, zeitgenöss. Pappband, 1 Bl., 24 S. (Explication des planches), 18 Tafeln mit Seidenhemdchen, 4 Tafeln mit Umrissskizzen Atlasband mit den hervorragenden Stichen von Anderloni (hier kopiert von Adam \"unter den Augen des Übersetzers\"), zusätzlich im Vergleich zur italienischen Ausgabe von 1804 drei neue Abbildungen eines beginnenden Aneurysmas. - Der Atlasband im Vergleich zum Textband von 1809 wesentlich seltener. Zur ital. EA s. GARRISON/M. 2975 Versand D: 5,00 EUR Anatomie, Medizingeschichte

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        Description of the Retreat, an Institution Near York for Insane Persons of the Society of Friends. Containing an Account of Its Origin and Progress, the Modes of Treatment, and a Statement of Cases. With an elevation and plan of the building.

      York, W. Alexander, 1813. 27,8 x 21,9cm, graubrauner OPappband, kleines Rückenschild, Namenszug (Emile de Fellenberg, Hofwyl) und Stempel auf Vorsatz, Frontispiez (Anlage des Retreat), XX, 227 S. mit zwei Stichen, sehr breitrandig gedruckt, hervorragendes Exemplar, sehr selten in dieser Größe, die Karten sind sonst gefaltet! Die Quäker von York (\"Society of Friends\") beschlossen 1792 die Gründung einer eigenen Irrenanstalt für ihre Gemeindemitglieder mit einem milderen Regime, nachdem ein weibliches Mitglied in der Anstalt von York unter zweifelhaften Umständen gestorben war. William Tuke - Großvater des Autors - betrieb die Gründung maßgeblich, und 1796 konnten die ersten Patientinnen einziehen. Im Gegensatz zu den klassischen Anstalten stand das Haus der interessierten Öffentlichkeit zur Inspektion stets offen. - GARRISON/MORTON 4925.1: \"Tuke set out in this work the successful results of his experience with the ‘mild system of treatment‘ which had been instituted at The Retreat since its foundation. More than a multitude of learned tomes, this unpretentious work of a layman convinced both professionals and public alike of the value of humane treatment in psychiatric care\". Maximilian Jacobi, der berühmte deutsche Psychiater und Leiter der Anstalt in Siegburg, übersetzte das Buch und nahm es in seine \"Sammlungen für die Heilkunde der Gemüthskrankheiten\" (Elberfeld 1822, Band I) auf. - Dieses Exemplar stammt aus dem Besitz der Familie von Fellenberg in Hofwyl! Philipp Emanuel von Fellenberg (1771-1844) war neben Pestalozzi (den er seit seiner Kindheit kannte) wichtigster Aufklärungspädagoge der Schweiz und gründete in Hofwyl nahe Bern ein Bildungsinstitut, zu dem Schüler aus ganz Europa kamen. \"Emile de Fellenberg\" (s. Namenszug) war sein Sohn (1807-1886). - NORMAN 2109 Versand D: 5,00 EUR Psychiatriegeschichte, Psychiatrie

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        The Works of Robert Burns with an account of his life, and a criticism of his writings... Seventh edition

      London: Cadell and Davies, 1813. Frontispiece and preliminary leaves of the first volume foxed; leather bindings a little mottled but most attractive.. Five volumes, with an arresting portrait frontispiece; uniformly bound in contemporary full green polished calf with gilt ornament including a lyre in gilt on front and back covers; a most endearing set. A beautifully bound set of the complete works. The editor, Dr. James Currie, was primarily motivated by a desire to raise funds for Burns' struggling widow and children. Currie writes powerfully on Burns' powerful eloquence: 'having occasion to make an excursion to the county of Dumfries, in the summer of 1792, I had there an opportunity of seeing and conversing with Burns. It has been my fortune to know some men of high reputation in literature, as well as in public life; but never to meet any one who, in the course of a single interview, communicated to me so strong an impression of the force and versatility of his talents. After this I read the poems then published with greater interest and attention, and with a full conviction that, extraordinary as they are, they afford but an inadequate proof of the powers of their unfortunate author.'This set is composed of the seventh edition of the Works of Robert Burns (first four volumes) with as the extra fifth volume the Reliques of Robert Burns; Consisting chiefly of original letters, poems, and critical observations on Scottish Songs (collected by R.H. Cromek, second edition, London 1813).

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        Charte von Nordamerica. Entworfen und gezeichnet von C. G. Reichard. Ergänzt und nach den neuern Entdeckungen der Hrn. Lewis, Clarke u. Pike vervollständigt.

      Weimar, Geographisches Institut, 1813. Ca. 55 x 61 cm. Siehe Foto. Kupferstich, grenz- und flächenkoloriert. Zweimal gefaltet. Dekoratives Blatt in gutem Zustand. Am rechten oberen Kartenrand winzige Einstichstellen. Nur leicht fleckig, vor allem am Rand und auf der Rückseite. [ENGLISH] Copper engraving. Hand colored in outline and wash. Folded twice. Map is decorative and in good condition. On the right upper frame of the map tiny punctures. Only slightly stained, mainly on the frame and on the back of the map. Maßstabslegenden für geographische Meilen, Spanische oder Castil. Meilen sowie Englische Meilen. Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        Die Botanik der Geschichte und Literatur oder die Pflanzen in ihren mythologischen, religiösen, bürgerlichen, sinnbildlichen, abergläubischen, sprüchwörtlichen, literarischen, ästhetischen, und geschichtlichen Beziehungen. Erster Theil: [.].

      Goebhardt,, Bamberg und Würzburg, 1813 - Übersetzt und vermehrt von Dr. K. J. Stang. 2 Teile in einem Band. Bamberg und Würzburg, Goebhardt, 1813. 18 cm. XVI, 388, (6), 342 (1) S. Original Pappband (Hardcover) m. ggpr. RS., Vollgrünschnitt. Gut. Einband etwas bestoßen und beschabt. Rücken am Fuß mit kurzen Einrissen, Bezugspapier hier mit kl. Fehlteilen. Schnitt angefleckt. Vorsatzblatt mit alt überklebtem Namenszug. Aus der Bibliothek von Robert Zander (Namenszug auf Titel). Mit wenigen Anmerkungen von Zander in zartem Blei. Im Vorsatz Notiz (in zartem Blei) von Zander:" Vorsicht beim Auswerten. Dr. Stang war noch weniger kritisch (als Übersetzer) als Mmme. Genlis." Sprache: deu Gut. Einband etwas bestoßen und beschabt. Rücken am Fuß mit kurzen Einrissen, Bezugspapier hier mit kl. Fehlteilen. Schnitt angefleckt. Vorsatzblatt mit alt überklebtem Namenszug. Aus der Bibliothek von Robert Zander (Namenszug auf Titel). Mit wenigen Anmerkungen von Zander in zartem Blei. Original Pappband (Hardcover) m. ggpr. RS., Vollgrünschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Five Years' Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam, in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777: Elucidating the history of that country, and describing its productions, viz. quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, trees, shrubs, fruits, & roots; with an account of the Indians of Guiana, & negroes of Guinea. Illustrated with 80 elegant engravings from drawings made by the author.

      London: J. Johnson & Th. Payne, 1813. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. xviii, 423, [blank], [4]; iv,419, [3] pages; plus and engraved frontispiece, 2 folding maps, 78 plates, sixteen by William Blake. The most famous account of slavery in the Americas in the 18th century. Stedman spent four years as a soldier in Dutch Suriname, beginning in 1773, working to put down a slave rebellion. Stedman was a keen observer of culture and natural history, but he was no abolitionist and owned at least one slave himself. His account of his affair with a slave named Joanna became the stuff of romance (and was reprinted separately in the 19th century), yet he did not buy her freedom. Stedman did, however, ransom their son, who became a British naval officer. His participation in the peculiar institution and his decisive military action against escaped slaves gave his accounts of the barbarity of the institution the ring of unassailable truth. In its review of the first edition, the London Review and Literary Journal (January 1797), wrote: “The horrible instances of cruelty, which he narrates with dreadful minuteness, would dispose every real friend to mankind to reprobate, in the most decided manner, both the Slave-trade and its votaries…Most of his readers will probably be disgusted with a picture, too frequently exhibited, of shocking, inconceivable, and gratuitous barbarity.” (Modern scholarship based on Stedman's original manuscript and journals has shown that the publisher revised the book to downplay the anti-slavery elements). In the four decades after its original publication, Stedman's Narrative went through at least 18 editions in five languages, and is often credited with influencing Europe's abolition of slavery. According to VS Naipaul, in The Middle Passage, Stedman's 'nauseous catalogue of atrocities resembles accounts of German concentration camps during the last war.' Today, however, the books influence has been given over to the engravings of slave conditions made by Stedman's friend, William Blake. 'Within [Blake’s] sixteen engravings are some of the most terrifying images that would ever come before the eyes of the British public. Some of them have permanently lodged themselves in the collective consciousness, showing up in today’s academic marketplace with assertive rapidity, as book covers, illustrations, and exhibits in scholarly arguments. “Europe Supported by Africa & America”, which has been reproduced more than almost any other image from the romantic period, has ensured that slavery remains as intimate as a glance' (Debbie Lee, Slavery in the Romantic Imagination, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002, p. 66). Second edition, second issue (identical to 1806 edition but with a re-dated title page). All the plates and maps have full, original handcolor. Probably a large-paper copy, with leaves measuring 9 by 11 inches (these dimensions match the last two handcolored copies sold at auction. According to Richard and Sally Price, editors of the 1992 critical edition, tedman's Suriname, the large-paper copies were the only ones issued with handcoloring. The binding on this copy is a rather pedestrian 20th century half blue-green cloth over gray paper boards; with leather spine labels, possibly original.

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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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Franconia. Beiträge zur Geschichte, Topographie und Literatur von Franken. 2 in 1 Band.

      Ansbach: Gassert 1813 - VI 260 S., 3 Bl. Anzeigen; XIV 218 S. Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild, leicht fleckig und berieben, Deckelbezug etwas wellig und hinten und am Rücken mit kleineren Einrissen, Buchblock ebenfalls etwas wellig und im Schnitt etwas angestaubt. 1. Ausgabe, sehr selten. - Von dem Ansbacher Justizrat Büttner herausgegebene Sammlung zur Geschichte und Topographie Frankens mit Beiträgen über Absberg, Altenberg bei Zirndorf, Ansbach, Bodenlaube, Dornberg, Feuchtwangen, Gnodstadt, Kissingen, Königshofen, Steinbach, die Klöster Birkenfeld bei Neustadt an der Aisch, Hasenried, Pillenreuth und Sulz, über den Weinbau in Franken u.v.m. - Mit einem Subskribentenverzeichnis in Band 2. - Alter kleiner Wappenstempel auf dem ersten Titel, innen sehr sauber. - Pfeiffer 14796; Goedeke VII 169, 14, 2e; Kirchner 1415. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sämmtliche Werke. Hrsg. v. J.G. Müller (24 Teile in 20 Bände)

      Wien Haas 1813 - Die Bände, nummeriert am Deckel 1-20, enthalten 12 Teile Zur schönen Literatur und Kunst, und 12 Teile Zur Philosophie und Geschichte; einheitliche Ganz Leder Einbände mit reicher Goldprägung am Rücken und mit dem Namen Carl in Gold; Ebd. fest, minimal betrieben, aber einige haben einen kleinen oberflächlichen Schind am Deckel; (Aus dem Nachlass von Abbé George Adolphe Carl (1804-1873), Mediziner und Pädagoge, Direktor des Katholischen Seminars in Strassburg, später des Juilly Gymnasiums) Kleine Bibliothek Etikette mit Eintragung auf Vorsätze; Innen der 20 Bücher sehr frisch, aber die ersten haben am oberen Rande einen Wasserfleck der hauptsächlich auf den ersten Seiten sichtbar ist; gestochener Frontispiz in jedem der 24 Teile; [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CUTIS' BOTANICAL MAGAZINE; OR, Flower-Garden Displayed. vols 37- 40 & 43-47 [xxxvii - xl & xliii - xlvii] Together 9 Volumes bound in 7. [c. 600 Hand-Coloured plates]

      London: Printed by Stephen Couchman, 1813. An excellent run with particularly generous margins and bright plates. 1813-1814 & 1816-1820; vols. 37-40 (bound in 2 vols.) & vols. 43-47, together 9 vols. bound in 7. 598 hand-coloured engraved plates of which some folding, plts. 1502-1680 & 1771-2188 [inc. plt. 1888A & 1888B] and one uncoloured plate. Each volume with title page and index. As stated wide margins - leaf size 155 x 250mm, for instance instruction for cancelled leafs printed in the upper margin are retained e.g. page 1912. All plates are bound with the original pale blue tissue guards. Contemporary, green half morocco bindings, lightly rubbed, spines faded to tan-green, a few corners bumped and edges rubbed. Contents clean and tight, plates generally very clean and bright, occasional spotting and light offsetting, mostly to tissue guards. Original end-papers, no inscriptions. An excellent early run of this most famous of all botanical periodicals. [Nissen BBI 2350] . First Edition. Half Leather. Very Good. 8vo (15 x 24cm).

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        C. TOBEY'S PATENT BARK MILL [caption title]

      New York, 1813. Light fold lines. Minor edge wear and foxing. Expertly matted, and protected with mylar sheet. A broadside announcement advertising Luther Gale's purchase of Cornelius Tobey's patent for an improved bark mill. The bark was used by tanners and so was vital to the leather industry. Tobey's patent had been granted by James Madison as president. It was Madison, along with Charles Pinckney, who introduced the first U.S. patent law during the 1787 Constitutional Convention. The broadside is decorated with a woodcut of the Great Seal of the United States. OCLC locates only microfilm copies, though Rink locates one copy, at Eleutherian Mills.

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      Baltimore, 1813. Modern half calf and marbled boards, leather label. Tanning and foxing throughout. Some minor paper loss (repaired) to three of the four plates. Still, about very good. In a half calf clamshell box, leather label. A slightly later printing of the so-called "Apocrypha edition" of Lewis and Clark, bearing the name of compiler William Fisher on the titlepage. In response to the growing curiosity of the public regarding the findings of Lewis and Clark, and the delay in publication of the "authorized account" of their expedition, this compilation of bits and pieces from already published works appeared (culled from Gass, Clark, Mackenzie, Carver, and Jefferson's MESSAGE... of 1806), misleading the reader into believing it was the account sanctioned by the government and containing all the information gathered during the journey. Howes calls this the "spurious" edition, while Sabin states it contains material not published in any other edition.

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        A Map of the Western Pyrenees Mountains and Adjacent Country

      J. Luffman, Geographer, 1813, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First Edition. Size: 200 x 390 mm. 1 pages. Item Type: Book. in Very Good condition, by which we mean it bears only minor signs of wear/handling. Item constitutes a beautifully preserved original John Luffman map of the Western Pyrenees and the surrounding region, following the first phase of the Peninsular War. The image is largely free from notable damage or wear, but shows some very light discolouration commensurate with the item's age, along with some very small holes in the corners of the seams. Item includes the original slipcase, into which the map folds at 110 x 110 mm. Slipcase is lightly worn and browned but remains intact and well-preserved. Why do most sellers not describe their actual item on Amazon? Buy with confidence, support a genuine Independent Bricks & Mortar Real Bookshop and help to preserve our High Streets as interesting places to shop. We are Maynard & Bradley CAMBO & PBFA (now lapsed) members here in Leicester City Centre, UK. +44 116 253 2712 . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Geography & Maps; UK; 19th century; Genealogy & Local History. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 01276.

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        Vente aux enchères. Paris. 1813]. Vente après le décès de Mme. Heudeline-Lamancelière, Marchande Modes, Rue du Lycée, N°2, Près l'Athénée, le Mardi 27 avril 1813, dix heures du matin. Savoir : quelques menues Poteries et Ustensiles de cuisine, Fourneau, Fontaine, Buffet, Fauteuils et Chaises de paille, trois petites Gravures? Peu de linge de ménage et de corps, et Garderobe à usage de femme. Plusieurs chapeaux tout faits, Rubans et Débris de marchandises de modes. Expressément au comptant.

      De l'Imprimerie de Ballard, A Paris 1813 - Affiche imprimée (30,5 x 38,5 cm). Cachet ancien Préfecture de la Seine

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        Description routière et géographique de l'empire français. SUIVI DE Itinéraire descriptif, ou description routière géographique, historique et pittoresque de la France et de l'Italie. Complet

      Paris, chez Potey 1813 et Arthus Bertrand 1823. 14 tomes reliés en 7 volumes in - 8. Reliure pleine basane de l'époque. Dos lisses très ornés à motifs dorés. Pièces de titre maroquin rouge. Pièces de tomaisons maroquin vert. Forte épidermures, manque en bas du dos du tome 6, coins émoussés Volume 1: tome premier : 1ere partie, région du sud. Section 1ere Sud - est : Faux - titre, titre, XXVII + 234 pages et tome second : 1ere partie, région du sud. Section 1ere, sud - est : faux - itre, titre, 198 pages. 2 cartes couleurs dépliantes (1 pour chaque tome). Volume 2 : Tome troisième : 1ere partie, région du sud, section 1ere, sud est. Faux - titre, titre, 224 pages et tome quatrième : 1ere partie, région du sud, section 1ere, sud - est, faux - titer, titre, 322 pages. 2 cartes dépliantes en couleurs (1 pour chaque tome). Volume 3 : Tome cinquième : 1ere partie, région du sud, section 1ere, sud - est : faux - titre, titre 231 pages et tome sixième : 1ere partie, région du sud, section &ere, sud - est : faux - titre, titre, 190 pages. 2 cartes dépliantes couleurs (1 pour chaque tome). Les volumes suivants intitulé : Itinéraire descriptif ou desciption routière, géographique, historique et pittoresque de la France et de l'Italie. Volume 4 : 2eme partie - région sud - ouest (1816) : faux titre, titre, 326 pages, 1 feuillet d'errata, relié avec : 3ème partie - région du nord (1816) : faux - titre, titre, 165 pages. 2 cartes dépliantes en couleurs (1 pour chaque tome) Volume 5 : 1ere partie - région du sud est (1817). Fauc - titre, titre, 207 pages RELIE AVEC : Région du sud - ouest (1818) : Faux - titre, titre, 308 pages, 2 planches couleurs dépliantes (1 pour chaque tome). Volume 6 : Région du sud - est (1819) : titre, 257 pages. RELIE AVEC : Routes de Paris à Nantes : faux - titre, titre, 363 pages, 2 cartes couleurs dépliantes (1 pour chaque tome). Volume 7 : Région du sud. Route de Paris en Espagne. Paris, Arthus Bertrand 1823. Faux - titre, titre, 198 pages. RELIE AVEC : Région de l'ouest, Route de Paris à Rennes. Potey 1822. Faux - titre, titre, 435 pages, 2cartes dépliantes en couleurs (1 pour chaque tome). Exemplaire complet. Malgré les reliures abimées, l'intérieur est en bon état.

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        Description Routière et Géographique de L'Empire Français Divisé en Quatre Régions + Itinéraire Descriptif ou Description Routière Géographique Historique et Pittoresque de La France et de L'Italie

      Chez Potey 1813-1823, Paris - 1402pp; 2094pp. 11 engraved fold out coloured maps. Six Volume Set. Bound together by previous owner under uniform title of Description Routière de La France . Language: eng G: in Good condition without dust jackets as issued. Boards rubbed and bumped. Outer joint of upper board of volume 2 partly cracked. Water staining to top part of the contents of volume 4 and fore edge of volume 3. Heraldic bookplate of John Markham on paste-downs. Scattered light browning but the bulk of text and plates predominately clean and in G+ condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Guide de Berlin, de Potsdam et des environs.

      Nicolai, Berlin, 1813 - Troisième édition. Berlin, Nicolai 1813. XXII, 340 S., 2 Bl. Mit 13 Ansichten auf 9 Kupfertafeln und 1 gest. Faltplan. Ppbd. d. Zt. mit RSch. (etw. beschabt u. lichtrandig). Vgl. Berlin-Bibl. S. 58 (Ausg. 1794); Engelmann 338 (1828).- Die Ansichten zeigen das Brandenburger Tor, Schloßplatz, Opernhaus u. d. Linden, Schloß u. Lustgarten, Schauspielhaus, Schloß u. Marmorpalais in Potsdam etc.- Der Plan "Grundriß der königl. Residenzstädte Berlin" von C. L. v. Oesfeld, im Jahr 1820 berichtigt u. neu gest. von Duchstein (vgl. Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin 1652 bis 1920, Nr. 255).- Vors. mit Wappenexlibris u. hs. Eintrag.- Schönes, sauberes Exempar. Sprache: deu Ppbd. d. Zt. mit RSch. (etw. beschabt u. lichtrandig). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Rural Minstrel: a miscellany of descriptive poems. FIRST EDITION. 12mo.

      Halifax: printed & sold by P. K. Holden, for the Author. 1813 Half title. Uncut in later full crimson calf, triple ruled gilt borders with floral corner pieces, gilt spine, green & brown morocco labels. t.e.g. Booklabel of George John Armytage. v.g.Four copies only on Copac; no copies recorded at auction.

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        MILITARIA. - Befreiungskriege von 1814. Schraubmedaille auf die Befreiungskämpfe mit zwölfteiliger altkolorierter Kupfersticheinlage. Auf den Innendeckeln 2 gestochene Textseiten.

      - 12 Seiten gestochener Text und 12 altkolorierte gestochene Schlachtendarstellungen im Rund, bei Johann Thomas Stettner, Nürnberg, 1813, Durchmesser 5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXII, S. 18. - Die feinen Kupferstiche zeigen die Schlachten bei Lützen, Bautzen, Vittoria, Hanau, Leipzig, die Übergabe von Dresden, die Belagerung von Würzburg usw. Die Medaille mit reicher Blindprägung und auf der Rückseite dem Motto "Eintracht überwindet alles". Die Medaille schließt nicht mehr ganz.

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        Northern Campaigns,

      London: Patrick Martin and Co... and J. Ballantyne and Co. Edinburgh; and J. Cumming, Dublin,, 1813. from the Commencement of the War in 1812, to the Armistice Signed and Ratified June 4, 1813; with an Appendix, containing all the Bulletins issued by the French Ruler during this Contest. 2 volumes, octavo. Original drab brown paper spines with labels, blue-grey covers, uncut. Engraved portrait frontispieces of Napoleon (by Cook after Toffanelli) and Tsar Alexander I (by Charles Heath after Kugelgen), 5 coloured engraved folding maps (seat of war in Russia, seat of war in northern Poland and Prussia, 3 campaign maps). A couple of joints split but sound. a few nicks and marks to bindings. An excellent set in the original boards, as issued. First edition, uncommon, of one of the chief works of the military writer John Philippart (c.1784 - 1875), "a prolific compiler of pamphlets and books of reference relating to the British army" (ODNB). This copy has an attractive Napoleonic era provenance: with the bookplates of Thomas Buchanan, Powis House (Perthshire). Buchanan (d. 1842), was a captain in the East India Company (commanding the company ship Perseverance) and Superintendent of the Bombay Marine (later the Royal Indian Navy), who married Catherine, youngest daughter of Sir Ralph Abercromby ("a popular, well-known commander who became something of a father figure within the British army" ODNB). Each copy is inscribed on the front free endpaper: "Thomas Buchanan Island of Bombay [present day Mumbai], care of John Fraser Esq., No. 50 Lothbury London". Fraser was an Official Assignee based in the City of London, in other words he was an officer in the law court who distributed a bankrupt's assets to the creditors; but who may also assist the bankrupt to relieve of his obligations to the creditors. This may relate to the fact that in December 1827 Buchanan was removed from his office as Superintendent of the Bombay Marine, as that post was to come under the direct control of the Royal Navy, and a pension of £800 per annum was granted by the East India Company.

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        The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke

      Boston: Published by John West and O. C. Greenleaf [vols I-IV]; New York: Published by Eastburn, Kirk and Co., and West and Richardson, and Oliver C. Greenleaf, Boston [C. S. Van Winkle, Printer, New York] [vols V-VI], 1813. First American edition from the last London edition. Expanded with the two later volumes. 6 vols. 8vo. Contemporary sheep, morocco labels, slight variation in bindings on last two volumes. Rubbed, some chipping, some light browning and spotting of text, endpapers and adjacent leaves browned. A very nice copy with the signature of J. Abbot in the fourth volume. In brown cloth open end cases. First American edition from the last London edition. Expanded with the two later volumes. 6 vols. 8vo. Volumes V and VI with additional titles for Volumes IX and X, according to Todd "apparently in anticipation of an expanded edition" Todd 79i; check S&S

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        Gesamtans., "Stadt und Residenz des Fürsten von Sigmaringen an der Donau".

      - gouachierter Umrißkupferstich v. J. H. Bleuler, Sohn, dat. 1813, 42 x 64 Johann Heinrich Bleuler der Jüngere ( 1787 - 1857 ) war der älteste Sohn von Johann Heinrich Bleuler (1758-1823 ), dem Begründer der Feuerthaler Malerschule. - Prachtvolle Gesamtansicht von Sigmaringen. Halbrechts das Schloß, links die Donau,

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        Autograph letter signed in full to Hugo Balzer

      - "Along with his teacher Arnold Schoenberg and fellow pupil Anton Webern in the years before and immediately after World War I, [Berg] moved away from tonality to write free atonal and then 12-note music. At once a modernist and a Romantic, a formalist and a sensualist, he produced one of the richest bodies of music in the 20th century, and in opera, especially, he had few equals." Douglas Jarman in Grove onlineThe present letter was part of Berg's campaign to have his opera Wozzeck staged in Darmstadt, then capital of the German state of Hesse and hometown of Georg Büchner (1813-1837), author of the play the opera is based. Berg's campaign was successful: the opera was produced in Darmstadt in 1931.It was not, however, conducted by Hugo Balzer (1894-1987), who at the time was music director at the opera in Freiburg, but by Karl Böhm (1894-1981). Balzer is also noted as the founder of the Robert-Schumann-Konservatorium in Düsseldorf in 1935. 2 pp. Octavo. Dated June 10, 1931. With Berg's handstamp in blue-black ink to upper left corner: "Alban Berg / Gut Berghof / post: Sattendorf / am Ossiacher-See / Kärnten, Austria / Tel. Villach [1]395"). Together with autograph envelope addressed to Balzer at the Stadttheater in Freiburg with Berg's handstamp to verso with his address on Trauttmausdorffgasse 27 in Vienna. In German (with translation). Berg thanks Balzer for a long- delayed letter and tells him that he has also written to [Ferdinand] Kirnberger, the Finance Minister of the state of Hesse. He expresses his hope for Balzer's appointment as music director in Darmstadt."Your kind letter reached me in a roundabout way. You probably have my letter of June 5 by now. In the same mail I wrote to Fin[ance] Min[ister] Kirnberger. Hopefully success! . Please keep me in the loop."Creased at central fold and very slightly at margins; upper right corner of envelope lacking where stamp has been removed; Berg's name in another hand to address panel.

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      Petersburg, 1813. 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 & 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. 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 the children of his late brother, Corbin Washington, 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 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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      Quincy [Ma.], 1813. Quarto. Old fold lines. A few small spots of foxing, faint stain from wax seal. Very good. In a folio-sized half morocco and cloth clamshell box, leather labels. A warm letter from former President John Adams to his dear friend and writer, Mercy Otis Warren, with whom he had been recently reconciled after their long falling out. Throughout the Revolutionary period, historian, poet, and dramatist Mercy Otis Warren actively corresponded on political matters with numerous leaders, including Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and especially John Adams, who became her literary mentor in those early years of unrest. In 1805 her literary career culminated with the publication of THE HISTORY OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND TERMINATION OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. The book's sharp criticisms of Adams - that his passions and prejudices often debilitated his judgment and that he had demonstrated a distinct leaning toward monarchy during his sojourn in England - led to a heated correspondence and a breach in their friendship in 1807. After nearly five years Elbridge Gerry managed to effect a reconciliation between Mercy and Abigail and John. It was Mrs. Adams who sent word to Mercy on Sept. 15, 1813 that her daughter, Nabby, had died of breast cancer a month earlier. Adams' opening salutation in this letter likely refers to condolences sent by Warren, and suggests that Nabby's death prompted an invitation to visit her: "I am very much obliged to you for your civilities to my wife, my son, Coll Smith and my granddaughters. My girls have long expressed an earnest desire to see Madam Warren, and have been highly gratified by their visit and very grateful for the kind hospitality, the social enjoyments and instructive conversations they experienced. I congratulate you Madam on the happy marriage of a granddaughter who once obliged us with a very short visit. I was delighted with her manners and accomplishments, and found her visit much too short. May every blessing attend her and all your family, in whose prosperity I take a constant interest." Adams moves beyond the opening exchange of family pleasantries to discuss Thomas McKean's comments on Mrs. Warren's late brother, the brilliant but erratic James Otis, Jr., at the 1765 Stamp Act Congress. "Governor M.Keans notice of your brother I thought worth preserving in your family. The oddity of the dialogue and the particular moment of its composition were the circumstances that made it rather an object of curiosity than use. I think however the traits of character are correct." In a letter from McKean to Adams dated Aug. 20, 1813, McKean reminisces about the Stamp Act Congress that convened in New York on Oct. 7 to elect a president of that body: "In the Congress of 1765, there were several conspicuous characters. Mr. James Otis appeared to be the boldest and best speaker. I voted for him as our President, but Brigadier Ruggles succeeded by one vote, owing to the number of the committee from New York, as we voted individually" (THE WORKS OF JOHN ADAMS, X, pp.60-62). Adams then moves on to further reflection on the rest of her family of ardent patriots: "I know not madam what your father [James Otis, Sr.], your husband [James Warren] or your brother would think of these times." Adams, however, is reluctant to conjecture about what the future might hold for America. "A mighty effort of nature is in operation that no understanding below that Providence which superintends and directs it, can comprehend. An entire separation, in government at least, between America and Europe seems to be commencing: but what will be its course when and how it will terminate; and what influence it will have upon Asia and Africa, no living man, I believe will pretend to foresee." Nevertheless, Adams believes that he, Mercy, and their fellow patriots had long since laid the necessary groundwork for the political sanguinity of America, but whose fate no longer lay in their hands, due to advanced age. "We have acted our parts. The curtain will soon be drawn upon us. We must leave the future to that Providence which has protected us in the past. This sentiment of duty and interest I doubt not, Madam, will be approved by you; as I hope it is reallized [sic] with gratitude, and entire confidence and submission by your old friend and respectful humble servant." A cordial letter to an old friend, showing a more mature and philosophical John Adams. Warren was eighty-five at the time - she was older than Adams - and she died less than a year later.

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      Sackets Harbor, N.Y., 1813. Folio. Old fold lines. Some separation at folds; one tear closed with archival tape. Lightly soiled. 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 May 28, 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. Gen. 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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      Philadelphia, 1813. Contemporary three-quarter calf and marbled boards, gilt. Minor edge wear, boards rubbed, remnants of string ties. Mild tanning to text, some expert repairs to maps along folds. A handsome copy in very good to near fine condition, certainly one of the best copies we have seen. In a cloth slipcase. This superb and very rare American atlas contains maps by H.S. Tanner and was prepared for the War of 1812. The five maps are: "Seat of War in North America"; "...the Southern Section of the United States including the Floridas & Bahama Islands Shewing the Seat of War..."; "Detroit"; "...the American coast from Lynhaven Bay to Narraganset Bay"; and "...Quebec and Adjacent Country...." The text which accompanies the maps includes interesting commentary on why the maps are pertinent, where the cartographic information came from, and other useful information. The Siebert copy fetched $12,650 in 1999 (the present copy is in superior condition).

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