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        Gesamtans.

      . altkol. Aquatinta v. Baily b. Cadell & Davies, dat. 1814, 19,5 x 28.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        View of Port Jackson, taken from the South Head

      London: G and W. Nicol, 1814. Engraved plate measuring 270 x 344 mm. (sheet size), some marginal loss at one corner, else good. Sydney Harbour after Westall. Fine early view of Sydney Harbour by William Westall, official illustrator for the Investigator voyage. Westall produced about one hundred and forty sketches and watercolours during his time with Flinders, yet only a handful were selected to be engraved as plates for the 1814 publication, of which this is a pleasing example. Westall was recommended by Benjamin West, president of the Royal Academy, for appointment as landscape artist to Matthew Flinders's voyage in the Investigator. Accordingly, this engraving is one of the first published records of Australian landscape to be made by a Royal Academy artist.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Waldlandschaft mit Gruben, aus dem ein Bergmann mit Schubkarre heraustritt.

      1814. Radierung, 1814, auf Velin. 17,1:23,9 cm. Mit mehreren handschriftlichen Nummern im Unterrand, etwas fleckig. Literatur: Boetticher Bd. I, Teil II, S. 593, aus 4, Zwei Radierungen "Waldpartien": Österr. Kunstverein 1855.. Therese Holbein von Holbeinsberg war seit 1814 als Malerin und Radiererin in Wien tätig. Ihr Vater soll der letzte männliche Nachkomme der Malerfamilie Holbein gewesen sein.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Die Gipsmühle in Thalkirchen ("Mon Jardin ou Vue du Moulin a platre pres de Thalkirchen Environ de Munich").

      1814/15. Kreidelithographie, um 1814/15, auf Velin. 30,5:42 cm. Knickfalten entlang den beiden seitlichen Rändern geglättet, im ganzen nicht frisch. Literatur: Maillinger II, 2184; Boetticher 2 (Orig.-Lithographien u. Radierungen); Dussler II, 1; Winkler 833. 6; P. von Freyberg L5 und Abb.. Tochter des Landschaftsmalers, Kunsthändlers und Musikers J.B. Stuntz (1753-1836), der zusammen mit J.N. Strixner (1782-1855) und F. Piloty (1786-1844) in München eine Steindruckerei gegründet hatte. Ausgebildet bei ihrem Vater und seinen beiden Kompagnons, arbeitete sie erst in der lithographischen Anstalt. Hier hatte sie mit eigenen Folgen großen, auch finanziellen Erfolg, weshalb sie für die Familie einen Sommersitz in Thalkirchen bei München erwerben konnte. 1813 ging sie zum Studium der Historienmalerei an die Münchner Akademie und war Schülerin von J.P. von Langer (1756-1824) und dessen Sohn R. von Langer (1783-1846). Bereits 1815 sollte sie mit ihren ersten ausgestellten Ölgemälden große Anerkennung finden. 1818 folgte eine Reise nach Paris, wo sie die Werke der Alten Meister studierte und vor allem nach Raffael kopierte. Ein dreijähriges Reisestipendium ermöglichte ihr anschließend einen Aufenthalt in Italien. Hier begegnete sie Louise Seidler (1786-1866) und entdeckte, auch durch F. Overbeck angeregt, die religiöse Malerei. 1821 wurde sie Ehrenmitglied der Accademia di San Luca. Nach München 1822 zurückgekehrt, heiratete sie 1823 den ihr seit 1818 bekannten Kgl. Bayer. Vize-Oberstallmeister Wilhelm Frh. von Freyberg. Danach wechselnde Aufenthalte in München und Thalkirchen sowie Fortsetzung ihrer künstlerischen Tätigkeit. Sie schuf ein großes OEuvre an Landschaften, Porträts, Historien- und Genrebildern sowie religiösen Motiven. Von der in ihrer Zeit als eine der besten Zeichnerinnen und Malerinnen gerühmten Künstlerin besitzen zahlreiche Museum und Graphische Sammlungen Werke, so in München, Berlin und Wien.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        TA., Vendome Platz, "Herabnahme der Bildsäule Napoleons von der Sieges Collonne auf dem PLatz Vendome in Paris am 8 April 1814. - Descente de la Statue ..".

      . Kupferstich v. Opitz aus Magdalener, 1814, 42,5 x 55. Auf dem Platz zahlreiche Menschen, die dem Ereignis beiwohnen. Die Napoleonstatue wird mittels eines Kranes an Seilen zum Boden herabgelassen. Prachtvoller Kupferstich. Rechter Rand unten restauriert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Ã–tscher

      . Der Oetscher. Altkolorierte Umrißradierung v. Köpp v. Felsenthal aus "Historisch mahlerische Darstellungen von Oesterreich" Wien 1814-24, 27 x 38 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 309 / 66. - Sehr schönes Blatt!

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller]
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        Glances At Character

      London: Printed by Wittinham and Rowland for John Carr, , 1814. - The Country Physician, and the Hogs[CLARK, J., illustrator]. Glances at Character. London: Printed by Wittinham and Rowland for John Carr, 1814. First edition. Octavo (7 x 3 7/8 in; 173 x 98 mm). vi, 158, [2, adv.] pp. Hand-colored aquatint frontispiece and seven hand-colored aquatint plates. Original quarter cloth over drab boards. Uncut. Some spots to boards, otherwise an excellent copy.A rare volume, scarce in the marketplace, with text and caricatures satirizing human personality.Little is known about illustrator J[ohn] Clark aka I. Clark. Prideaux notes that he "aquatinted plates to some thirty volumes, chiefly of travels." Where Prideaux cites a title by J. Clark she is kind, noting that his work along with others she mentions was "so much appreciated in their time."The plates:1. "Glances at Character" (Frontispiece)2. "Most maculate thoughts, master, are mask'd under such colours."3. [London Cousins]4. [The Bounce]5. [Fashion]6. [The Hasty Marriage]7. [The Widow's Conquest]8. [The Country Physician, and the Hogs]Not in Tooley, Prideaux, Abbey.BMC 10 686 (857) [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Berner Neujahrsblätter der Bernischen Jugend gewidmet ... auf den Neujahrstag 1814 ... 1820. 7 Lieferungen in 1 Band.

      Bern, Wittwe Stampfli (für Chr. Albr. Jenni), 1814,. in-8vo, Text etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, 7 sehr schöne handkolorierte Kupfertafeln, 1 hs. Exlibris 'Karl Reiners 1876', Halbleinenband, hs. Titel-Etikette auf dem Rücken.. Die erste sieben Lieferungen der "Berner Neujahrsblätter", illustriert mit Vignette auf den Titelblättern, und mit 7 hübschen handkolorierten Kupfertafeln aus der Geschichte Berns, gezeichnet und gestochen von Martin Esslinger, H. Lips, G. Volmar, F.N. König.1) Die Erbauung der Stadt Bern, im Jahr 1191. (Von E. Stierlin). Kupfer: Herzog Berchtold hält bey seinem Schlosse Nijndeen auf dem Plaze wo die Stadt erbaut werden soll, die letzte Jagd. / 2) Die Erbauung der Brücke bey dem untern Thore zu Bern. Von E. Stierlin, Lehrer an der Klassenschule in Bern. Kupfer: die Zusammenkunft der Grafen von Kyburg & von Savoyen in der Burg Bolligen, eine Stunde von Bern. / 3) Die Belagerung der Stadt Bern, durch Rudolf von Habsburg, König der Teutschen. Kupfer: Rudolf von Habsburg belagert Bern. / 4) Die Schlacht in der Schosshalde im Jahr 1289. Kupfer: Gefecht in der Schlosshalde bey Bern. / 5) Die Schlacht im Jammerthal im Jahr 1298. Kupfer: die Berner kehren siegreich von der Schlacht am Donnenbühl in die Stadt zurück. / 6) Kaiser Heinrich VII zu Bern, im Hahr 1310. Kupfer: Kaiser Heinrich VII kommt nach Bern. / 7) Die Belagerung von Landeron im Jahr 1324. Kupfer: Venner Regenhut wird gefangen 1324.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Barth 449, ff. Barth III, S. 868 gibt eine vollständige Liste mit auffolgenden, alle von Stierlin verfassten Berner Neujahrsblätter, 1814-1855; HBLS VI/552, Nr. 1.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD LIVING; or, a literary and historical essay on the European kitchen: beginning with Cadmus the cook and king, and concluding with the union of cookery and chymistry.

      London: printed by J. Gillet for H. Colburn; sold also by G. Goldie, Edinburgh; and J. Cumming, Dublin, 1814.FIRST EDITION 1814, 12mo, approximately 170 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: 19, 24 - 232, jump in pagination in all copies, nothing is missing, bound in the original publisher's drab boards, modern printed paper label to spine. Boards slightly worn at corners, armorial bookplate of William Middleton of Crowfield Hall Suffolk on front pastedown, front endpaper partly cracked, endpapers and title page slightly foxed and slightly spotted, pronounced horizontal wrinkle to last few pages, otherwise a very good clean tight copy. The work is a brief history of the pleasures of dining and drinking beginning with classical times to the 18th century, dwelling particularly on France and then England but also reviewing customs in Russia, Italy and Germany. He names many writers on cookery throughout the period covered. Oxford, English Cookery Books, page 142; Bitting, Gastronomic Bibliography, page 555, listing only the second edition which was entitled: Gastronomy: or, the School for Good Living (1822); not in Cagle. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST. Sometimes

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Ãœber die Erkenntnis und Behandlung des Typhus in seinem regulären und anomalen Verlaufe.,

      Büreau Für Literatur Und Kunst, Halberstadt 1814 - Solide Interim-Broschur mit montiertem Rückenschildchen, Buchblock unverletzt, sehr gut erhalten, Papier kaum stockfleckig, Vorwort vom Verfasser Dezember 1813, XXIII, 263 Seiten, klare lateinische Schrift. "Noch niemals ist mir ein Typhus-Kranker gestorben, und ein gleiches Glück glaube ich mit der festesten Gewissheit einem Jeden der die Krankheit wie ich behandelt, versprechen zu können, wenn nicht etwas sehr ungünstige Umstände die Genesung verhindern, (z.B. in überfüllten, schlechten bedingten Lazarethen, bei sehr alten oder höchst schwächlichen Subjekten). - Hierauf gründen sich meine Behauptungen, hierauf meine Behandlungsart." +++ Wedemeyer: Georg Ludwig Heinrich Karl W., Arzt und tüchtiger Physiolog, wurde um 1790 in Elbingerode geboren. Er studierte in Göttingen und erlangte daselbst 1812 die Doctorwürde mit der Inauguraldissertation "De febre petechiali". Darauf ließ er sich als Arzt in Hannover nieder, wurde kgl. Leib- und Oberstabschirurgus, dirigirte 1815 die hannoverischen Hospitäler in den Niederlanden und leistete in dieser Stellung, besonders nach der Schlacht von Waterloo. den Verwundeten aufopferungsvolle Hülfe. W., der am 15. December 1829 starb, hat sich in der Geschichte der Physiologie durch eine Reihe von experimentellen Arbeiten ein Andenken gesichert. Sie betreffen besonders die Lehre vom Nervensystem, von der Respiration und Circulation. Außer verschiedenen in Rust's Magazin und Meckel's Archiv publicirten Aufsätzen sind erwähnenswerth: "Commentatio historica pathologiam pilorum corporis humani sistens" (Göttingen 1813); "Ueber die Erkenntniß und Behandlung des Typhus in seinem regulären und anomalen Verlaufe" (Halberstadt 1813); "Physiologische Untersuchungen über das Nervensystem und die Respiration und deren Einfluß auf den Organismus" (Hannover 1817); "Untersuchungen über den Kreislauf des Bluts und insbesondere über die Bewegung desselben in den Arterien und Capillargefäßen" (ebd. 1828). (NDB, ADB, Deutsche Biographie). +++ 12 x 20 Cm. 0,25 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 250 Erstausgabe Interim-Broschur Sehr gut [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement]
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        The hieroglyhick [sic] Bible, or, Select passages in the Old and New Testaments

      Boston: Isaiah Thomas, Jun., J.T. Buckingham, printer, 1814. 12mo (15 cm; 5.75"). 144 pp. As per its title-page, the "Second Edition" (only) of this popular and long-reprinted production. "Hieroglyphic" is the term that was originally and is still applied to Bibles of the sort offered here, but, in fact, the stories are in the form of rebuses, with the accurate readings supplied at the base of each page. These abridged Bibles are laden with many "cuts" or illustration — this one having 500, according to the title-page — and were designed for use by children. They had the dual purpose of being a fun way of learning to read and of learning the Bible. Children are, unfortunately, notorious as "enemies of books," to use the term made current by Mr. Blades in his book of that title, and so, hieroglyphic Bibles are often severely damaged or incomplete. Binding: Contemporary brown calf, perimeter of boards tooled in gilt with a triple fillet; inside that is a gilt-tooled roll of a rope design, and inside that is the blind-tooled roll of a repeating flower motif. Turn-ins with a gilt-roll of dots, stone pattern endpapers. Provenance: Gift inscription on p. 5: "Sarah Fessenden to her cousin Elizabeth Ford. New Year's gift, Jan. 1817." Ownership inscription on front fly-leaf, "Elizabeth Ford's Book. Not in Rosenbach, Early American Children's Books; Welch, Bibliography of American Children's Books Printed Prior to 1821, 512.1; Shaw & Shoemaker 30861. Binding as above, rebacked in calf with cloth-reinforced hinges (inside) and small spine label reading "H-Bible." Pages 43/44 and 47/48 torn with loss of paper and some text and small portion of one image; paper repaired and text replaced in pen and ink. Age-toning, some light spotting and an ink-blot or two; a good+ copy of => a delightful little Bible, children's book, and Americanum.

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        THE COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE OF JERRY AND KITTY.

      London, J. Harris, Nov. 20 1814.FIRST EDITION 1814, 12mo, 130 x 107 mm, 5 x 4¼ inches, original drab thin card wraps, printed paper label on upper cover: "Harris's Cabinet " at top, "One Shilling Coloured" below with space between to handwrite the title, the original ink had faded and a later owner has re - written the title over it, engraved title page and 14 of 15 engraved numbered leaves, each printed 1 side only, LACKING IS THE FINAL LEAF 15 AND THE LOWER COVER. The final leaf has been supplied in coloured facsimile and the lower cover neatly replaced at some time by a pink cover of the same period and weight. Each leaf has a large very nicely hand coloured copper engraving with an 8 line verse below telling the story. Jerry and Kitty court, get married and have a baby, then they tire of each other and decide to go travelling. Leaf 15 shows them on a boat and Jerry pushing his wife overboard to drown. This was probably considered not quite suitable for children by some parents, who thoughtfully removed and destroyed the leaf, although no doubt most children would have enjoyed the grim ending to the tale. Spine missing, label lightly browned, early name and date on upper cover, some early writing on inside of cover and blank side of title page (title is on verso of first leaf), last line of verse on page 4 is trimmed off, contents clean and bright. A defective copy of a scarce pretty hand coloured book (1 leaf in facsimile, lower cover replaced). Moon No. 169; Osborne Volume I, page 58. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        LEY AGRARIA, INFORME DE LA SOCIEDAD ECONOMICA DE ESTA CORTE; REAL CONSEJO DE CASTILLA, G. M. J. 1795

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Palma. 192Pag. 20x15. Pasta espanola. 1814. Informe de la Sociedad Economica de Madrid al Real y Supremo Consejo de Castilla en el Expediente de Ley Agraria, extendido por su individuo de numero el Sr. D. Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos, a nombre de la Junta encargada de su formacion, y con arreglo a sus opiniones. Rarissima Obra. Ref 7.4 Biblioteca A.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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        MITIGATION OF SLAVERY, In Two Parts. Part I: Letters and Papers of the Late Hon. Joshua Steele. Part II: Letters to Thomas Clarkson, Esq. M.A.

      London, printed by R. and A. Taylor and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1814.FIRST EDITION 1814, 8vo, approximately 215 x 135 mm, 8½ x 5 ¼ inches, pages: xxxii, 192; 193 - 528 including index and errata, bound in full calf, double gilt ruled border to covers, rebacked to style with gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, dark red gilt lettered morocco label, faint old marbling to edges, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), original marbled endpapers retained. Endpapers faintly foxed, neat inscription dated 1846 on second blank front endpaper, a few pages unopened, small chip to 1 lower margin, due to paper flaw. A very good clean sturdy copy of the scarce first edition of a work on the evils of slavery. William Dickson (1751 - 1823) of Moffat in Scotland drove the Abolitionist campaign there. He had been in Barbados as the secretary to the Governor for 13 years and saw slaves being overworked, brutally punished and executed without a proper trial. When he came back to London he offered his services to the Abolitionist Society. He was sent to Scotland, which he turned into a powerhouse for the movement. Sabin Volume 1, 20095. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Gesamtans, "Iseo" , rückseitig "Iseo am Iseoersee".

      . gouachierte Umrißradierung n. u. v. Bleuler ( Joh. Heinrich der Ältere ), dat. 1814, 45 x 62. Sehr schönes Blatt in wunderbaren Farben. Blick von einem Waldweg über den See zum Ort

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Edinburgh. A View of the Old Town, taken from Princes Street

      published by Daniel McIntosh, sold in London by Boydell & Co., and Colnaghi & Co, Edinburgh 1814 - A lively view of Georgian Edinburgh. A fine view of a windy day on one of the most fashionable streets of the period: in the foreground a stagecoach is leaving, laden with passengers and apparently pursued by a late-comer who gestures in an attempt to attract the attention of anyone on the coach. More serenely, the coach is flanked by fashionable Edinburgh going about its daily business. This view may be seen as a precursor to John Clark's own Views in Scotland published in London between 1824 and 1825 with a total of 35 plates. A 19th century gazetteer notes that 'Edinburgh presents, from almost every point of view whence it can be viewed such scenic and architectural groupings as are perhaps unrivalled in any existing city in the world. It possesses attractions peculiarly its own, and fixes the gaze and challenges the admiration of a spectator by displays of general excellence, unaided by the sumptuousness of any one object, and undergraded by the deteriorations from its prevailing style of magnificence.' (Fullarton [publisher's] A Gazetteer of the World 1856, III, p.140). Aquatint, printed in brown ink, coloured by hand, by John Clark.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        John Boydell, Esq

      London: Cadell & Davies, 21 June, 1814. Soft ground etching, plate size 380 x 325 mm. on a larger sheet; a very good impression, ex-library stamp to verso, together with the relevant letterpress. A fine portrait of the great publisher John Boydell (1720-1804), the most important print publisher of his day, and together with his daughter Mary and her husband George Nicol, the initial impetus behind the publication of John Webber's magnificent Views in the South Seas. Webber's colour-plate book of the Pacific, the only colour-plate book relating to Cook's voyages and the last of the great Cook publications, contained sixteen coloured aquatints, after Webber's drawings, and engraved by the artist himself. The portrait was done by Henry Meyer (1782-1847) after an original portrait by Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828). In the Georgian era Webber was perhaps most famous for a Shakespeare project that included the establishment of a Shakespeare Gallery and the publication of an illustrated edition of Shakespeare's plays. He also became Lord Mayor of London.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Märchenfrau aus Niederzwehrn in Kurhessen, Frau Dorothea Viehmann, geb. Pierson. Bezeichnet und datiert: 30. August 1814 in Cassel. A. Stoll: Werkverzeichnis der Radierungen Nr. 18.

      Kassel 1814.. 12,4 x 15,9 cm. Hinter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt. Ausgezeichneter Druck. Die Märchenfrau Dorothea Viehmann war Zuträgerin zahlreicher Märchen an die Brüder Grimm..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friedrich Piesk]
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        Vom Beruf unsrer Zeit für Gesetzgebung und Rechtswissenschaft.

      Heidelberg, Mohr und Zimmer 1814. 2 Bl., 162 S., 19 cm, Pappeinband der Zeit, Rückenschild, etwas berieben und bestoßen, stellenweise etwas stockfl . und vereinzelt wasserrandig, einige Bleistianstreichungen... Erstausgabe.

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln]
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        Foreign Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes , &c. &c. from drawings by Messrs. Howitt, Atkinson, Clark, Manskirch, &c...with a supplement of New South Wales

      London: Edward Orme, 1814. Quarto, 160 pages letterpress without pagination, 100 handcoloured aquatints with the 1813 New South Wales supplement bound at rear (this comprising separate title-page, dedication leaf, 10 handcoloured aquatints and 14 letterpress pages); a fine copy of the early issue with watermarks dated 1811 in a handsome contemporary binding of half green russia (joints and extremities a bit worn), spine in compartments with gilt lettering and ornament. Famous colourplate book including a section on the Aborigines of NSW. Beautifully preserved copy of one of the outstanding aquatint books of the early nineteenth century containing a remarkable suite of ten plates depicting Aboriginal life and customs with detailed letterpress descriptions. This is the first edition of Foreign Field Sports, a collection of 100 hunting scenes from cultures across the globe, including Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. This complete edition includes the 'Field Sports, &c. &c. Of the Native Inhabitants of New South Wales' separately published by Edward Orme the previous year. It comprises ten plates of Aboriginal hunting and ceremonial scenes with descriptive letterpress, separate title-page and a dedication leaf to Governor Bligh. The ten scenes are remarkable in the history of early colonial Australian art, offering good-natured and unprejudiced depictions of Aboriginal life in an era when pejorative representation was the norm. The scenes include smoking out possums, a kangaroo hunt, spearing birds on the wing, fishing from canoes, a native dance, painted warriors, men in single combat and an idyllic night scene. Delicately hand-coloured and expertly printed, the ten plates 'are without question the most attractive and sympathetic of the early European depictions of the native inhabitants' (Australian Rare Books p.280). Although the dedication leaf and plates are signed by John Heaviside Clarke, there is little doubt he is not the artist responsible for the Aboriginal plates and their accompanying text. Clarke was a commercial artist working in London, turning original sketches into finished drawings ready for the engraving process. For decades controversy has surrounded the true identity of the artist of the Aboriginal studies. In Australian Rare Books, Wantrup argues convincingly for the natural history illustrator John Lewin, and explains the stylistic differences between Lewin's known work and the plates in this volume to the conventions and discretionary modifications made by Clark and his engraver. Wantrup maintains the artist must have experienced prolonged contact with the Aboriginal peoples of the Sydney region to produce studies of such detail, and through a process of elimination leaves Lewin as the only reasonable candidate. Nonetheless, Richard Neville, in his recently published monograph on Lewin, disagrees with this attribution on the basis of stylistic and aesthetic considerations. While the identity of the artist remains contentious, these depictions of Aboriginal life stand apart from contemporary work and remarkable for their sensitivity: 'other artists working in the colony at the time portrayed the Aborigines with grotesque sarcasm… But the drawings in Field Sports demonstrate respect for their dignity and exuberantly innocent humanity' (Australian Rare Books, p.281). Aside from its relevance to Australian colonial history, Foreign Field Sports is a testament to the quality of English colour plate book publishing during the early decades of the nineteenth-century, an era that saw other magnificent books such as Ackermann's Microcosm of London. Competition between publishers produced unprecedented technical and artistic excellence, especially in the perfection of professional handcolouring techniques (of which Foreign Field Sports is a paradigm example). These volumes were expensive in their own time, often priced at several guineas a volume, and took pride of place in private book collections.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        STATUTS DE LA RESPECTABLE LOGE LIBRE LA CONSTANCE REGULIERMENT CONSTITUEE A L'ORIENT DE TOULOUSE

      Edition : PARIS, LIBRAIRIE ACTION FRANÇAISE, 1814 - 45 feuillets manuscrits cotés et paraphés en l'an 5814, 19 feuillets utilisés et contenant le texte des 8 titres des statuts et les signatures en date du 24 mars 1814 - Le brochage est cassé, mais l'ensemble est complet et très bien conservé - Franc-Maçonnerie 90 pages, 22 cm, broché. Bon état [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Livres 113]
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        Manuel du Libraire et de l'Amateur de Livres , contenant 1. Un nouveau Dictionnaire bibliographique... 2. Une Table en forme de Catalogue raisonne

      Paris: chez Brunet, 1814. Four volumes, octavo; some light foxing throughout, joints wearing, but a very good set in contemporary half calf. Best and last of the general rare book bibliographies. "Brunet's annotations… are often still unsurpassed. There is hardly any other bibliography in which the wide range of its author's knowledge is more favourably displayed" (Grolier, 118, noting the first edition). This is the second edition, greatly expanded from the first.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Océanie ou Cinquième Partie du Monde Comprenant l'Archipel d'Asie, l'Australasie et la Polynésie (ou le Continent de la Nouvelle-Hollande et les Îles du Grand Océan.) en outre Une Grande Partie de l'America et des Côtes de l'Asie.

      1814 - Paris: Desray & Goujon, 1814-17. Four sheets with original hand colour. Each 520 x 770mm, total map area 1040 x 1540mm. Very fine condition, wide margins A detailed French wall map of the Pacific, although not quite reaching the Bering Strait, with parts of North American and the West Indies, and the coasts of Asia to Burma. Unusually Brué has listed his sources, which include Freycinet & Flinders in Australia, Arrowsmith, Dalrymple and D'Anville. Published in the 'Atlas Universel', it is one of the earliest detailed maps of the Pacific. First published in 1814 this example has been updated to 1817.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
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        "Specialkarte von der Altemark und den angrenzenden Provinzen".

      . Grenzkol. Kupferstich nach D.F. Sotzmann bei Simon Schropp, dat. 1814, 55 x 71 cm.. Die Karte mit Stendal und Tangermünde im Zentrum zeigt das Gebiet von Salzwedel bis Rathenau und von Wittenberge bis Wollmirstadt. Mit Kopftitel, links oben Farbangaben zu den verzeichneten Kreisen und rechts oben Erklärung der Zeichen. Die Karte wurde 1813 von dem Militärgeographen D.F. Sotzmann entworfen und 1814 bei Simon Schropp in Berlin verlegt. Hier liegt die 1816 von C.F. Klöden revidierte Fassung vor. Sehr gut erhalten.

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        Chart of Terra Australis by M.Flinders Commr. of H.M.Sloop Investigator 1799-1803. East Coast, Sheet III

      London: G. and W. Nicol, 1814. Large engraved map measuring 645 x 933 mm., backed on linen and folded at centre, some browning and offsetting with wear to extremities and slight loss at the central fold. The Queensland coast, and Wreck Reef. Attractive engraved chart from Flinders' survey detailing part of the eastern seaboard of Australia, including Hervey and Keppel Bays and the lower reaches of the Great Barrier Reef. This chart is also notable because at upper right it shows the dangerous waters of Wreck Reef, where Flinders was briefly stranded after the wreck of the Porpoise and Cato in 1803. As with the preceding map of Carpentaria, this chart is an example of the first state prepared for A Voyage to Terra Australis, and has only a single central fold, suggesting it has not been taken from one of the smaller format atlases. This copy, backed on old linen, appears to have been used at sea in the early nineteenth-century - a few feint pencil markings, including one clearly dated '17th September 1827', and the vestiges of a voyage track can be discerned. Flinders' charts were the bedrock of Australian coastal navigation for generations, and this is an appealing survival.

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        An Address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland on the subject of Catholic Emancipation, presenting Facts and Documents illustrative of the Real Object of the Irish Roman Catholic Leaders

      L.B. Seeley - 1814. 62pp. Disbound. Some pages are stained. Keywords: Church in Ireland, Catholic Church, 19th Century Ireland, Reports, Rare and Antiquarian Books. . . . . Free Shipping Worldwide. Books ship from the US and Ireland .

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        An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations

      Edinburgh: Printed for Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, 1814-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Three volume set of the Edinburgh editionof Adam Smith's magnum opus. Edinburgh: Oliphant, Waugh and Innes, 1814. 525 (with Advertisements to the 3rd and 4th editions at front) + 542 + 482 pp. (with index at rear). Three volume set with complete text. Does not include fourth volume of notes by David Buchanan, which was published later. Good condition overall. Sporadic light foxing. Gilt spine labels chipped. Corners bumped, tips exposed. Back board of first volume binding detached but present, nice shape internally with a bit of wrinkling. Volume two front cover has a chip in the front cover, pg, 271 has heavy foxing. Dampstaining, light wrinkling and spots of prounounced foxing to upper edges of some pages in third volume. Front hinges of all volumes reinforced. A solid set.First published in 1776, Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations is widely regarded as one of the most important economics texts in history.

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        A TREATISE OF FAMILY WINE MAKING: Calculated for Making Excellent Wines from the Various Fruits of This United Country; in Relation to Strength, Brilliancy, Health, and Economy Explanatory of the Whole Process

      London, Published by Sherwood, Neely & Jones; sold by T. Hookham, Jun. and Co., Gossling, Hatchard, J. and G. Todd, York, and by all booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1814.and Every Other Requisite Guide after the wine is made and in the cellar: composed from practical knowledge and written expressly and exclusively for domestic use, containing sixty different sorts of wine. To which is also subjoined the description of part of a recent British Vintage inclusive of an interesting experimental lecture. FIRST EDITION 1814, 8vo, pages: xv, (1), 17 - 158, ii (Contents table), lacking A1 the half - title, bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides, gilt lettering and gilt rules to spine, new endpapers. One or two pale fox spots to a few margins, no inscriptions. A very good clean tight copy. Instructions for making and preserving all kinds of wines from domestic fruits, including preparing the fruit, fermentation, racking and fining, bottling. Pages 45 - 104 contain recipes for different wines, pages 105 - 126 observations on various aspects of wine making, pages 127 - 158 contain the literary lecture on the British Vintage mentioned in the title. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 53, G15510. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        RESEARCHES CONCERNING THE INSTITUTIONS & MONUMENTS of the Ancient Inhabitants of America, with Descriptions & Views of Some of the Most Striking Scenes in the Cordilleras! TWO VOLUMES.

      Longman, Hurst,, London: 1814 - 441 pp.; 324 pp. First English edition; later, 3/4 polished, black calf with marble boards; gilt stamped spine; double lettering pieces, red and green; untrimmed; endpapers; illustrated. Vol. I: nine engraved plates (two hand-colored); vol. II: ten engraved plates (three hand-colored). Binding tight; boards fine; internally fine text but for title page repair to Vol. I, and blue ink fingerprints (the artist?) not affecting image opposite the bottom p. 34 vol. II. See additional images provided. This two volume octavo is a scaled down version of the folio atlas (sixty-nine engravings) and octavo edition. Quoting the title page: "Written in French by Alexander von Humboldt & translated into English by Maria Williams." ?Humboldt's travels in the Americas, 1799-1804, although they did not include Brazil, came quite close in his exploration of the Upper Orinoco and Casiquiare Canal in Venezuela. This edition is concerned mostly with his travels and discoveries in the Andes of Ecuador and the Aztec antiquities of Mexico. Quoting the text, p. 9: "I have endeavoured to copy, with the greatest exactness, the objects exhibited in these engravings. Those who are employed in the practical profession of the arts are aware, how difficult it is to attend minutely to the great number of plates, which compose a Picturesque Atlas. If some be less perfect than connoisseurs might wish, this imperfection ought not to be attributed to the artists employed, under my inspection, in the execution of my work, but to the sketches which I drew on the spot, and often in very difficult circumstances. Several landscapes have been coloured, because in this sort of engraving, the snow detaches itself more strikingly from the azure of the sky, and the imitation of the Mexican paintings rendered the mixture of coloured plates with engravings indispensable. I have felt how difficult it is to give the former that vigorous tone of colouring, which we admire in the Oriental Scenery of Mr. Daniel." ? Quoting MB 1280: This is the translation of the text of the large folio Vues des Cordilleres. The reader is recommended to by this folio, but for those not able to do so 19 of the most important plates have been reduced for this edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoire sur l’Organisation des Plantes ou Réponse à la Question Physique Proposée par la Société Teylérienne.

      J.J. Beets, Haarlem: 1814 - . PIONEER OF CELLULAR BOTANY. This is the author’s prize-winning essay for the Teylerian Society in Haarlem in 1812. The work is both a review of earlier botanical literature, but it also puts forth an early form of cell theory. " Dietrich Georg Kieser (who published after the award of the Gottingen prize), is of interest for three reasons: first, because although he was a German and a professor at Jena, the definitive statement of his position, the Mémoire sur l’Organisation des Plantes was written in French; second, because he wrote a widely read textbook, in German, in 1815, the Elemente der Phytotomie, and third, because he is mentioned by Dumortier, the discoverer of binary fission, as one of the principal proponents of the view that cells arise from subcellular granules. The Mémoire sur l’Organisation des Plantes was submitted as a prize essay for a competition organized by the Teylerian Society on the subject of plant fine structure, and especially on the tubes and vessels to be found in plants. Kieser’s essay won the prize and became very well known. It begins with a detailed review of the work of [Robert Hook, Marcello Malpighi, Nehemiah Grew (1641-1712), Leeuwenhoek, Henri-Louis Du Hamel du Monceau, Sir John Hill, Martin Van Marum, Mustel, Johann Hedwig, Jean Senebier, Christian Sprengel, Ludolph Christian Treviranus, Heinrich Friedrich Link (1767-1850), Karl Asmund Rudolphi (1771-1832) (the "father of helminthology") and Mirbel], and it is, in this respect, one of the most useful of nineteenth century compendiums of botanical history. As for Kieser’s own ideas on the organization of plants, he takes the view that ‘Les plantes sont composées en grande partie de cellules, qui forment un tissue cellulaire.’ (‘Plants are composed in large part [that is, not entirely] of cells, which form a cellular tissue.’) He believed that these cells arose from an infinity of tiny, transparent globules to be found in the sap. These globules were through to enlarge, cohere and, as a result of external pressures, assume their final shape. He regarded the cells of lower plants, which retailed their ellipsoidal shape, as the most primitive forms. In higher plants, however, the cells were forced by reciprocal pressures into a shape that he now defined more specifically as a dodecahedral rhombus. There pressures were said to obey strict mathematical laws, but how the forces were exerted and what mathematical laws they obeyed are not stated [referring to his later work, Elemente der Phytotomie] " Henry Harris, The Birth of the Cell, 2000, - page 45. Stevens cites Kieser’s work as a model of the post-Linnean treatises that sought to organize and categorize major fields of the natural sciences. "The various shades of meaning it encompassed prefigure many of the questions — evolutionary, genetic, developmental, mechanistic, functional, anatomical, and physiological – that would be addressed in biology later in the nineteenth century." Kierser links Lamarck and Treviranus to using terms that organize biology, as with Kieser, but they also do not address "organization" specifically. Dieterich Georg KIESER (also Dietrich Georg von Kieser, 1779 - 1862), born in Harburg, Germany, studied medicine at the Universities of Würzburg and Göttingen, receiving his doctorate in 1801. He was appointed director of a Jena mental hospital in 1816. The following year he began teaching psychiatry at the university and opened a private sanatorium. For most of his career he was a professor at the University of Jena, where from 1824 to 1862. Kieser was also a learned scholar of natural sciences. While working as a professor at the University of Jena, Kieser operated a private ophthalmology clinic from 1831 to 1847, and from 1847 until 1858 he was director of the Grand Ducal Mental Hospital. He was an advocate of balneology, and beginning in 1813 was a physician at the therapeutic spas at Heilbad Berka. With Adam von Eschenmayer (1768-1852) he published the 12-vol [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuel du Libraire et de l'Amateur de Livres , contenant 1. Un nouveau Dictionnaire bibliographique? 2. Une Table en forme de Catalogue raisonne?

      chez Brunet, Paris 1814 - Four volumes, octavo; some light foxing throughout, joints wearing, but a very good set in contemporary half calf. Best and last of the general rare book bibliographies. "Brunet's annotations? are often still unsurpassed. There is hardly any other bibliography in which the wide range of its author's knowledge is more favourably displayed" (Grolier, 118, noting the first edition). This is the second edition, greatly expanded from the first. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Three Poems of Lord Byron

      London- John Murray 1814 - %0D%0AThree of the poems of Lord Byron, bound in one volume. %0D%0AContaining:%0D%0AThe Giaour: A Fragment of A Turkish Tale (1814, tenth edition)%0D%0AThe Bride of Abydos (1814, seventh edition)%0D%0AThe Corsair, A Tale (1814, fifth edition). %0D%0ABookseller's label of W. Withey's to front pastedown. %0D%0ACondition: %0D%0AIn a blindstamped straight-grained morocco binding. Externally, sound, though with some rubbing to the extremities, and a few marks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some scattered instances of foxing throughout. Overall: GOOD. %0D%0A%0D%0A [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Tatler, with Notes and Illustrations, in Three Volumes

      A. Wilson. Hardcover. 1814 , Stereotyped and Printed by and for A. Wilson, Camden Town, St. Pancras. The complete three volume set. Each hardcover volume, bound in decorative gold leather boards with marbled outer edges, has the previous owner's bookplate affixed to the front paste down endpapers, with an additional name written on the front free endpapers. The texts are unmarked, albeit slightly foxed, and the bindings are sturdy. The Tatler was founded in 1709 by Richard Steele, who intended to publish the news and gossip heard in London coffeehouses. Additional contributors included Jonathan Swift and Joseph Addison. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. . Very Good.

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        Beschreibung der Haupt= und Residenzstadt München und ihrer Umgebungen, in topographischer, geschichtlicher und statistischer Hinsicht.

      München, Ernst August Fleischmann, 1814.. 2. verbesserte und sehr vermehrte Aufl. 18 x 11 cm. XVI, 236 S., 1 Bl. Mit 8 (davon 2 mehrf. gefalt.) Kupfertafeln, 7 Textkupfern und 1 mehrf. gefalt. Plan. Pappband der Zeit.. Maillinger I, 3055; Pfister I, 4495; Lentner 13513: "Sehr selten". - Unter den schönen Kupfern die Ansichten von München von der Südostseite, Nymphenburg, Schleißheim und Starnberg (von Bollinger nach Wagenbauer), die Michaelskirche (von Quaglio) sowie drei hübsche Szenen aus dem Englischen Garten. - Einband bestoßen und Rücken lädiert. Das gefaltete Frontispiz wasserrandig. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar dieses raren Werkes.

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        Foreign Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes , &c. &c. from drawings by Messrs. Howitt, Atkinson, Clark, Manskirch, &c?with a supplement of New South Wales

      Edward Orme, London 1814 - Quarto, 160 pages letterpress without pagination, 100 handcoloured aquatints with the 1813 New South Wales supplement bound at rear (this comprising separate title-page, dedication leaf, 10 handcoloured aquatints and 14 letterpress pages); a fine copy of the early issue with watermarks dated 1811 in a handsome contemporary binding of half green russia (joints and extremities a bit worn), spine in compartments with gilt lettering and ornament. Famous colourplate book including a section on the Aborigines of NSW. Beautifully preserved copy of one of the outstanding aquatint books of the early nineteenth century containing a remarkable suite of ten plates depicting Aboriginal life and customs with detailed letterpress descriptions. This is the first edition of Foreign Field Sports, a collection of 100 hunting scenes from cultures across the globe, including Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. This complete edition includes the 'Field Sports, &c. &c. Of the Native Inhabitants of New South Wales' separately published by Edward Orme the previous year. It comprises ten plates of Aboriginal hunting and ceremonial scenes with descriptive letterpress, separate title-page and a dedication leaf to Governor Bligh. The ten scenes are remarkable in the history of early colonial Australian art, offering good-natured and unprejudiced depictions of Aboriginal life in an era when pejorative representation was the norm. The scenes include smoking out possums, a kangaroo hunt, spearing birds on the wing, fishing from canoes, a native dance, painted warriors, men in single combat and an idyllic night scene. Delicately hand-coloured and expertly printed, the ten plates 'are without question the most attractive and sympathetic of the early European depictions of the native inhabitants' (Australian Rare Books p.280). Although the dedication leaf and plates are signed by John Heaviside Clarke, there is little doubt he is not the artist responsible for the Aboriginal plates and their accompanying text. Clarke was a commercial artist working in London, turning original sketches into finished drawings ready for the engraving process. For decades controversy has surrounded the true identity of the artist of the Aboriginal studies. In Australian Rare Books, Wantrup argues convincingly for the natural history illustrator John Lewin, and explains the stylistic differences between Lewin's known work and the plates in this volume to the conventions and discretionary modifications made by Clark and his engraver. Wantrup maintains the artist must have experienced prolonged contact with the Aboriginal peoples of the Sydney region to produce studies of such detail, and through a process of elimination leaves Lewin as the only reasonable candidate. Nonetheless, Richard Neville, in his recently published monograph on Lewin, disagrees with this attribution on the basis of stylistic and aesthetic considerations. While the identity of the artist remains contentious, these depictions of Aboriginal life stand apart from contemporary work and remarkable for their sensitivity: 'other artists working in the colony at the time portrayed the Aborigines with grotesque sarcasm? But the drawings in Field Sports demonstrate respect for their dignity and exuberantly innocent humanity' (Australian Rare Books, p.281). Aside from its relevance to Australian colonial history, Foreign Field Sports is a testament to the quality of English colour plate book publishing during the early decades of the nineteenth-century, an era that saw other magnificent books such as Ackermann's Microcosm of London. Competition between publishers produced unprecedented technical and artistic excellence, especially in the perfection of professional handcolouring techniques (of which Foreign Field Sports is a paradigm example). These volumes were expensive in their own time, often priced at several guineas a volume, and took pride of place in private book collections. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poems

      London -J.Johnson and Co, 1814. London -J.Johnson and Co, 1814 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A rhythmical collectionfrom the prolific poet William Cowper. Featuring a vinaigrette title page and frontispiece. Includes The Modern Patriot, On the Burning of Lord Mansfield's Library, The Lily and the Rose, and a translation of Prior's Chloe and Euphelia. Condition: In calf binding with gilt boarders to the boards and spine. Externally, sound with slight rubbing to joints and extremities. Front hinge is strained but firm. Internally, firmly bound with bright and clean pages aside from the occasional spot. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        A TREATISE OF FAMILY WINE MAKING: Calculated for Making Excellent Wines from the Various Fruits of This United Country; in Relation to Strength, Brilliancy, Health, and Economy Explanatory of the Whole Process,

      London, Published by Sherwood, Neely & Jones; sold by T. Hookham, Jun. and Co., Gossling, Hatchard, J. and G. Todd, York, an. London, Published by Sherwood, Neely & Jones; sold by T. Hookham, Jun. and Co., Gossling, Hatchard, J. and G. Todd, York, and by all booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1814.. and Every Other Requisite Guide after the wine is made and in the cellar: composed from practical knowledge and written expressly and exclusively for domestic use, containing sixty different sorts of wine. To which is also subjoined the description of part of a recent British Vintage inclusive of an interesting experimental lecture. FIRST EDITION 1814, 8vo, pages: xv, (1), 17-158, ii (Contents table), lacking A1 the half-title, bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides, gilt lettering and gilt rules to spine, new endpapers. One or two pale fox spots to a few margins, no inscriptions. A very good clean tight copy. Instructions for making and preserving all kinds of wines from domestic fruits, including preparing the fruit, fermentation, racking and fining, bottling. Pages 45-104 contain recipes for different wines, pages 105-126 observations on various aspects of wine making, pages 127-158 contain the literary lecture on the British Vintage mentioned in the title. Gabler, Wine into Words, page 53, G15510. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Kriegsschiff und Segler im befestigtem Hafen mit Matrosen und Soldaten.

      . Radierung, auf Bütten. 11,9:17,9 cm. Aus der Folge "Vue d'Italie". Literatur: Bartsch (pieces citees dans le dictionnaire de Fuessli. Edition von 1814), aus 1 ; Nagler 9 ; Andresen 5.. Bartsch kannte die Radierung nicht aus eigener Anschauung. Abdrucke mit der Signatur unten links, die dieses Exemplar besitzt, sind sehr selten. Im Illustrated Bartsch konnte nur das Exemplar aus dem Bestand des British Museum in London abgebildet werden, das unter Verlust der Signatur beschnitten ist. - Ganz vorzüglicher, toniger Abdruck. Links und unten ein winziges Rändchen um die Plattenkanten. Rechts oben teilweise auf die Einfassungslinie geschnitten. Mit drei kleinen Löchlein links im Himmel. Vereinzelte Stockfleckchen, sonst vorzüglich erhalten. Selten!

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        Anacreon in Dublin

      London - J. J. Stockdale, 1814. London - J. J. Stockdale, 1814 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce example of the first published work of Edmund Lewes Lenthal Swift. Fourth edition. With notes, critical, historical and explanatory. Dedicated to Lord Byron. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. Condition: In a decorative morocco binding. Externally, sound with shelfwear. Internally, generally firmly bound though front blank is starting. Bright and generally clean with the odd small mark. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        The Tatler, with Notes and Illustrations, in Three Volumes

      A. Wilson. Hardcover. 1814 , Stereotyped and Printed by and for A. Wilson, Camden Town, St. Pancras. The complete three volume set. Each hardcover volume, bound in decorative gold leather boards with marbled outer edges, has the previous owner's bookplate affixed to the front paste down endpapers, with an additional name written on the front free endpapers. The texts are unmarked, albeit slightly foxed, and the bindings are sturdy. The Tatler was founded in 1709 by Richard Steele, who intended to publish the news and gossip heard in London coffeehouses. Additional contributors included Jonathan Swift and Joseph Addison. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. . Very Good.

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        Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers. Volumes III-V

      15 - London - John Martin, 1814. 15 - London - John Martin, 1814 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of this collection of early English plays, dating from the Regency period. With bookbinder's stamps for J. Davies to the front pastedowns of each volume. Volume III (1814)contains 'The Wonder of a Kingdom: A Comedy' and 'The Pleasant Comedy of Old Fortunatus', both by Thomas Dekker, and 'Bussy d'Ambois: A Tragedy' and 'Monsieur d'Olive: A Comedy', both by George Chapman. Volume IV (1815) contains 'May Day: A Comedy' by George Chapman, 'The Spanish Gipsy: A Comedy' and 'The Changeling: A Tragedy', both byT. Middleton and W. Rowley, and'More Dissemblers besides Women: A Comedy' by T. Middleton. Volume V (1815) contains 'Women Beware Women: A Tragedy' and 'A Trick to Catch the Old One: A Comedy', both by T. Middleton, 'A New Wonder, a Woman Never Vext: A Comedy' by W. Rowley, and 'Appius and Virginia: A Tragedy' by J. Webster. Volumes III, IV and V of six volumes. Rarely found as a set as they were published individually. Condition: In half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, worn, with twoboards detached but present, threeboards held by the cords only, and one board held by one cord only. Internally, the textblocks are generally firmly bound, although strained in places, with some of the endpapers attached to the loose boards. Bright and generally clean, with occasional spotting prominent to first and last few pages. There is a small tidemark to the fore-edge of Volume III. Overall: FAIR with good interiors..

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        Über die Erkenntnis und Behandlung des Typhus in seinem regulären und anomalen Verlaufe.

      Büreau Für Literatur Und Kunst, Halberstadt 1814. Erstausgabe Interim-Broschur Sehr gut. Solide Interim-Broschur mit montiertem Rückenschildchen, Buchblock unverletzt, sehr gut erhalten, Papier kaum stockfleckig, Vorwort vom Verfasser Dezember 1813, XXIII, 263 Seiten, klare lateinische Schrift. "Noch niemals ist mir ein Typhus-Kranker gestorben, und ein gleiches Glück glaube ich mit der festesten Gewissheit einem Jeden der die Krankheit wie ich behandelt, versprechen zu können, wenn nicht etwas sehr ungünstige Umstände die Genesung verhindern, (z.B. in überfüllten, schlechten bedingten Lazarethen, bei sehr alten oder höchst schwächlichen Subjekten). - Hierauf gründen sich meine Behauptungen, hierauf meine Behandlungsart." +++ Wedemeyer: Georg Ludwig Heinrich Karl W., Arzt und tüchtiger Physiolog, wurde um 1790 in Elbingerode geboren. Er studierte in Göttingen und erlangte daselbst 1812 die Doctorwürde mit der Inauguraldissertation "De febre petechiali". Darauf ließ er sich als Arzt in Hannover nieder, wurde kgl. Leib- und Oberstabschirurgus, dirigirte 1815 die hannoverischen Hospitäler in den Niederlanden und leistete in dieser Stellung, besonders nach der Schlacht von Waterloo. den Verwundeten aufopferungsvolle Hülfe. W., der am 15. December 1829 starb, hat sich in der Geschichte der Physiologie durch eine Reihe von experimentellen Arbeiten ein Andenken gesichert. Sie betreffen besonders die Lehre vom Nervensystem, von der Respiration und Circulation. Außer verschiedenen in Rust's Magazin und Meckel's Archiv publicirten Aufsätzen sind erwähnenswerth: "Commentatio historica pathologiam pilorum corporis humani sistens" (Göttingen 1813); "Ueber die Erkenntniß und Behandlung des Typhus in seinem regulären und anomalen Verlaufe" (Halberstadt 1813); "Physiologische Untersuchungen über das Nervensystem und die Respiration und deren Einfluß auf den Organismus" (Hannover 1817); "Untersuchungen über den Kreislauf des Bluts und insbesondere über die Bewegung desselben in den Arterien und Capillargefäßen" (ebd. 1828). (NDB, ADB, Deutsche Biographie). +++ 12 x 20 Cm. 0,25 Kg.

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        [Op. 72]. Fidelio Eine Grosse Oper [Subtitle]: In 2 Aufzugen im vollstandigen, einzig-rechtmassigen Clavierauszug Fur die jetzigen Auffuhrungen des kais. kon. Hoftheaters neu vermehrt und verandert... [Op. 72]. [Piano-vocal score]

      Wien: Artaria und Comp.ie [PNs 2327-23-43]. [1814]. 2 volumes. Oblong folio. Contemporary red paper boards with dark green oval leather labels with decorative floral ornaments and titling gilt to uppers, dark green leather title labels to spines. Volume I: 2ff. (title, dedication to Prince Rudolph of Austria), 8, 10, 5 + [i] (blank), 5 + [i] (blank), 5 + [i] (blank), 15 + [i] (blank), 1 + [i] (blank), 8, 8, 8, 1f. (blank), 35; Volume II: 1f. (title to second act), 8, 8, 9 + [i] (blank), 13 + [i] (blank), 7 + [i] (blank), 36 pp. Engraved throughout. Somewhat worn, rubbed and bumped; heads and tails of spines worn with some paper loss. Some minor foxing, staining and offsetting; minor worming to several leaves of Volume II; small stitching holes to inner blank margins. Without blank leaves; presentation inscription to front free endpaper dated Winter 1912/1913; some early annotations to endpapers. A good, wide-margined copy. . First Edition, first issue of the third and final version. Rare. Kinsky/Halm pp. 183-184. Dorfmüller p. 322. Hirsch IV, 318. Fuld p. 326. Hoboken 2, 319. Title without price, "Aufzugen" in second line without umlaut, "Comp.ie" in imprint, and the letter "E" to lower left corner of title. With additional title-page to second act. This version of the opera Fidelio/Leonore, with revised libretto by Treitschke, was first performed on May 23rd 1814 at the K.K. Theater in Vienna. "Fidelio slumbered till the beginning of 1814, when Beethoven, to his evident surprise, learned that three singers wished to revive it at the Kärntnertor for their benefit. He agreed on condition that he was permitted to make changes. This time the revision of the libretto was entrusted (with Sonnleithner's permission) to Treitschke, an experienced man of the theatre. Beethoven worked at the score from March until 15 May. He found it an arduous task: 'I could compose something new far more quickly than patch up the old... I have to think out the entire work again... this opera will win for me a martyr's crown' (to Treitschke, April). The new overture was not ready in time for the first performance (23 May) [at the Kärntnertor Theatre in Vienna], when that to The Ruins of Athens was substituted. It made its début on the second night (26 May)... The conductor was Ignaz Umlauf. The seventh performance on 18 July was for Beethoven's benefit; his advertisement stated that 'two new pieces have been added'. From this revival, followed on 21 November by Weber's production in Prague, the success of the opera was assured." Dean: Beethoven and Opera in The Beethoven Reader, p. 340.

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        Rusher's Banbury Chap Books. Complete Set of Sixteen

      Banbury, England: J. G. Rusher, (c. 1814-1840). Banbury, England: J. G. Rusher, (c. 1814-1840). 32mo. A rare set of sixteen nineteenth-century chapbooks published by J. G. Rusher, bound together in one volume. The set has its own title page listing the contents: Adventures of a Half-penny, Anecdotes for Good Children, Children in the Wood, Children in the Wood restored, Dick Whittington and his Cat, Dr. Watts' Divine Songs, Dr. Watts' Moral Songs, Galloping Guide to the A.B.C., Good Farmer, History of a Banbury Cake, House that Jack Built, John Gilpin, Poetic Trifles, Riddler's Riddle Book, Short Stories, and Trial of an Ox. Each story is extensively illustrated with a large frontispiece and wood engravings throughout. According to Edwin Pearson's Banbury Chap Books, the "quaint old Oxfordshire town" of Banbury was famed for its production of toy books, children's histories, and other books for juvenile readers. Pearson also notes that Rusher "had some ingenuity and originality of his own, and was not such a plagiarist and imitator as some of his contemporaries." He cleverly adapted many of the classic children's tales and verses to his town, and advertised his own shop and publications in poems on the versos of many of the frontispieces. The original colored paper wrappers are bound in with each title. From the collection of the British publisher, writer, and printer Andrew White Tuer, with a manuscript note by him describing this copy tipped in. The note states: "Volume of Banbury Chap-Books, a very scarce & complete set of 16 which have the coloured covers & a specially printed title page. The binding, as you will see from the stamp in gold on the inside cover, is by the celebrated Zaehnsdorf. I have a duplicate set bound in the same way." Bound in mottled calf with a gilt roll bordering the covers, and a red morocco lettering piece and gilt decoration to spine. With the large armorial bookplate of G. H. Hammersley. The book has been neatly rebacked, with the original spine replaced. Covers slightly rubbed, one page cropped to fore-edge, cutting off a few letters of the text and margin of woodcut, else a fine copy of this rare set.

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        A VOYAGE TO ABYSSINIA and Travels into the Interior of that Country, Executed under the Orders of the British Government, in the years 1809 and 1810; in which are included an account of the Portuguese settlements on the east coast of Africa. and some particulars respecting the Aboriginal African Tribes, extending from Mosambique to the borders of Egypt.

      Rivington, London 1814 - First Edition; E.O. Un volume in 4to (25x33 cm) di XI-(4)-506-LXXV pagine. In barbe, quindi a larghi margini. 7 carte geografiche di cui 5 ripiegate (1 colorata a mano); 27 pagine ft di incisioni (con 28 tavole); 2 vignette incise. Completa quindi di tutte le carte e le incisioni. Bella legatura in mezza pelle moderna con dorso ornato e tassello di titolo. Sontuoso esemplare di questa prima edizione del più famoso libro illustrato di viaggi nel Corno d'Africa dell'Ottocento. (Extra postage cost is required for international shipping. Please email us for the new shipping cost).

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        Estado que manifiesta la Entrada y Gatos @[sic] que ha tenido la Tesoreria General de Santiago en el mes de Junio de 1814.

      (Santiago de Chile), n.pr., dated 1 July 1814. - Caption title. Two columns. Broadside. Oblong folio (17 x 26.2 cm), unbound. Light browning. 8.2 x 2.4 cm. rectangular piece cut from blank left margin. Overall in good to very good condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION: an overview of Chilean finances near the end of the Patria Vieja, while the patriots based in Santiago were struggling against the royalists, who were supported by troops from Peru. Among the expenses are salaries for soldiers, costs of waging war, and payments to disabled veterans. The funds are noted as being partly in charge of "ntro. Teniente de Valparaiso."The account is signed in print by Hipolito de Villegas and Rafael Correa de Sa.---- Briseño I, 140 (without mention of the misspelling of "Gastos" in the title). Medina @Santiago de Chile 81 (giving dimensions as 14 x 22 cm.). OCLC: 55284195? (Biblioteca Nacional de Chile). Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Junius: Including Letters by the Same

      London - F. C. and J. Rivington, 1814. London - F. C. and J. Rivington, 1814 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of the letters of the mysterious 'Junius', a contributor of many socially influential letters to the Public Advertiser in the eighteenth century. Junius was the pseudonym of a writer who contributed a series of letters to the Public Advertiser, from 21 January 1769 to 21 January 1772. The signature had been already used, apparently by him, in a letter of 21 November 1768. These and numerous other personal letters were not included in his Letters of Junius collection, published in 1772. Including three folding facsimiles. Two volumes of a three-volume set. Condition: In half-calf bindings. Externally, generally smart, though a little rubbed, with some wears to the heads and tails of the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages have some instances of spotting, but are bright. Overall: GOOD..

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