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        Versuch über den politischen Zustand des Königreichs Neu-Spanien, enthaltend Untersuchungen über die Geographie des Landes, über seinen Flächeninhalt und seine neue politischen Eintheilung, über seine allgemeine physische Beschaffenheit, über die Zahl und den sittlichen Zustand seiner Bewohner, über die Fortschritte des Ackerbaues, der Manufacturen und des Handels, über die vorgeschlagenen Canal-Verbindungen zwischen dem antillischen Meere und dem großen Ozean, über die militärische Vertheidigung der Küsten, über die Staatseinkünfte und die Masse edler Metalle, welche seit der Entdecklung von America, gegen Osten und Westen, nach dem alten Continent übergeströmt ist. 5 in 3 Bänden.

      Mit 4 gest. Faltkarten. Pappbde. d. Zt. Goed. VI, 261. 14; Sabin VIII, 33717; Löwenberg 114. - Erste Ausgabe von Humboldts Bericht über seine große Reise mit Bonpland nach Mexiko und Südamerika. Das Werk behandelt u. a. geographische, agrarökonomische, politische und kulturelle Gegebenheiten Amerikas. - Die Karten zeigen Mexiko (80 x 48 cm), die Landenge von Huasacualco, die Panamabucht und die Provinz Choco. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Titel alt gestempelt. Etwas braunfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Nouvelles Observation Sur Les Abeilles. (Adresses A.M. Charles Bonnet)

      Paris & Geneve: J.J. Paschoud Libraire 1814. 2 volumes. 2nd edition reviewed, corrected and improved. [4] + 362 + 2 engraved plates; [4] + 479 + [2] +12 engr. plates. Contemporary half leather with slight signs of use. Apart from a marginal cut in first volume final leaf and smudges of second volume final leaf, a remarkable fine copy of the best issue of this famous and rare bee book.. Den største og bedste udgave af 1700-tallets berømte bihåndbog, formet som breve antagelig til Charles Bonnet. Den blinde Sweitzer F. Huber gjorde mange bemærkelseværdige opdagelser vedrørende bihold og var et bemærkelsesværdigt eksempel på, hvordan man med mod og viljestyrke kan overvinde blindhed. Blandt andet beviste han, at bidronningen udvikles fra en arbejder larve. The, since his fifteen years, blind Swiss Huber was called "the father of modern bee science". He designed a famous beehive with movable "leaves" like pages in a book and proved that the bee-queen came from a worker larvae. Huber, who lost his sight in young age, exemplifies how a man of courage can triumph over blindness

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        Discipline. a Novel

      Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsey & Co. for Manners and Miller Edinburgh and Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown Londo Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsey & Co. for Manners and Miller, Edinburgh and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London, 1814. First edition. 3 vols., 12mo. [x], 290; [iv], 306; [iv], 292 pp. Original cloth backed boards. Condition: some minor spotting; light rubbing to edges and spines, occasional mild dampstaining, small wormhole in volume one. Provenance: several illegible ownership signatures to titles. Wolff 886 . The second of Mary Brunton's (1778-1818) three novels. "A great novel written in the first person which tells of a spoiled young woman's journey to maturity and love. Great details of the London season and Scottish city and country life. Novel covers great themes such as jealousy, pride, suicide, sexual harassment, the oppression of the poor, true friendship, and true love. The novel includes also a great ball scene, a fashionable auction scene, a wonderful masquerade scene, a scary madhouse scene, and some vivid depictions of the horror of poverty." - Cathy Decker

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        Federalists voice their opposition to the War of 1812

      The March 30, 1814 issue of the Columbian Centinel (Boston: William Burdick for Benjamin Russell), 4pp., 15" x 20.75". Marginal tears, folds and some toning. A terrific issue featuring an unusual and large front-page illustration of a sailing ship styled as, "The good STRONG Ship Massachusetts," advocating the gubernatorial candidacy of Governor Caleb Strong of Massachusetts and promoting the "Washington Policy" as well as the Federalist slogans "No War! No Embargo! No Conscription! [and] No Direct Taxes!" The top left corner features a ballot headed "PEACE NOMINATIONS" listing the Federalist candidates for state offices. The paper is filled with political pieces including the resolutions of the Worcester County Meeting that declared Democratic suspicions that Strong wanted to secede from the Union, as "a gross and unfounded calumny, and a libel upon the most enlightened and virtuous of our fellow citizensÃ?" Although Strong never openly advocated secession, he did open secret negotiations with the governor of Nova Scotia offering a separate peace in return for the return of British-occupied territory in the District of Maine. The Treaty of Ghent ended the conflict before these talks bore any fruit.

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        The History of the Valiant Knight Arthur of Little Britain

      London: Printed for White Cochrane and Co 1814 London: Printed for White, Cochrane, and Co, 1814. (ARTHURIAN LEGENDS) Large paper edition, one of 25 copies (of a total edition of 200). Thick 4to. 25 engraved plates in two states, hand-colored and signed by the colorist ("T Harris") on verso of frontispiece. Contemporary tan calf, bevelled edges, corners and center tooled in gilt with medallion device made up from smaller tools, spine with five false bands tooled and titled in gilt, a.e.g., rebacked, preserving original spine, some edgewear, sporadic foxing to uncolored plates . Large paper copy, with plates in two states, of this Authurian romance translated from the French. The hand-colored plates are so richly and precisely colored that they give the appearence of illuminated miniatures

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      Archibald Constable anc Co, Edinburgh/Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London, printed by George Ramsay and Co 1814, XXXI+282 + (4)+p283-639, with Preface by John Graham Dalyell. Later 19th century marbeled brown half calf, five raised bands, gilt red title label to spine, marbeled panel and end papers, edges dyed red and waxed; outer hinges weak with cracks at spine ends, panel papers and corners partly have marks of wear, mild staining of age p 160-176, totally some 20 very discrete marginal pencil notes, pencil written gift note on first blank (1952), p285-300 have marginal vertical folding due to book-binder's mishap.. The Cronicles cover the period 1435 to the beginning of 17th century. Robert Lindsay of Pitscottie (1532-1580) author of HISTORIE AND CRONICLES OF SCOTLAND (1436-1565), the later parts continued by the same (1565-75) and others from other sources

      [Bookseller: Antikvariatet i Norrköping]
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        Tindall's Yorkshire Farriery, being a treatise on the diseases of horses, with a statement of cases, and applicable recipes, never before published, whereby gentlemen, sportsmen, farmers, and others, having the management of horses, are enabled to apply remedies to the diseases incidental thereto.

      Huddersfield: Printed and Sold by J. Lancashire, 1814.. First edition, [4], vii, [4]-227, [15]pp., with half-title, errata, 12pp., list of subscribers and terminal advertisement leaf for the second edition of Tindall's "Observations on neat cattle", text age toned with some staining and foxing, orig. boards, recent quarter morocco, spine decorated in blind and gilt, contrasting morocco title label, uncut."Tindall was a country practitioner of the period, but considerably above the average... This work on the horse is merely an advertisement of Tindall's great skill."—Fussell. Quite a scarce title, with Copac locating the BL and Science Museum copies only. Fussell III, p.99; Smith III, p.133; Not in Perkins; Dingley, 630.

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        [respondenter]. Analecta ornithologica.

      A.a. I:1-2-II. Lund, litteris Berlingianis, (1814). 4:o. (2),16 + (2),17-30 + (2),31-42 s. Marmorerat pappbd med brandgul ryggtitel i skinn. Någon enstaka småfläck. Med Gunnar Brusewitz exlibris. Saknar 2 grav. plr som här bundits med i faksimil.. Marklin 2-4. Friesen s. 33 och 38. Gunnar Brusewitz har ägnat Nilsson ett kapitel i "Den nöjsamma nyttigheten" där han pekar på dennes betydelse som övergångsgestalt mellan två epoker: "Som yngling hade han studerat hos lärjungar till Linné och själv hade han undervisat och inspirerat unga vetenskapsmän, vilka skulle få betydelse för forskningen i vårt sekel." [...] "1814 publicerade Sven Nilsson - med Retzius' båda söner Anders Adolph och Carl Gustaf som respondenter - avhandlingen Analecta ornithologica. Den lilla skriften består av tre delar av vilka de två första behandlar Skånes 'motacillor' (vilket den tiden inte bara omfattade ärlorna utan också sångarna) samt 'brockfåglarna' - dvs vadarfåglarna. Här beskrivs den hökfärgade sångaren för första gången som svensk fågel. Det var Sven Nilssons första ornitologiska arbete och kanske bidrog det till att han fick ett treårigt privatstipendium på 200 riksdaler av den för naturvetenskapen ömmande greve H. G. Trolle Wachtmeister." Kontakten med Trolle Wachtmeister gav även Nilsson förmånen att kunna använda sig av dennes jägare för att kunna ta del av färskt studiematerial

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        An unusual Massachusetts paper denouncing the Hartford Convention: "Three States, whose recourses, and exports consist only of potatoes, mules and grindstones, to think of giving laws to the Union, is so truly ridiculous, that we can scarcely refrain from laughing when we think of the project

      The November 23, 1814 edition of the Boston Patriot, (Published by Davis C. Ballard), 4pp, 14.5" x 19.75". Light chipping and tears at margins, light toning from dampstains. An unusual issue in that the front page of this decidedly Democratic organ bears a complex engraving lampooning the recently-called Hartford Convention entitled, "COMPARATIVE VIEW, of the AMERICAN CONFEDERATION with the Hartford Convention States." At once side we find the "American Union!!!" topped by an eagle and listing the American states and territories (save for three). To the right we find Massahusetts, Connectciut, and Rhode Island under the banner of the "HARTFORD CONVENTION" which is topped by a crown emblazoned with the words, "DIGNITY" and not so subtlety styled as a "BRITISH UNION." The article reads, in very small part: "It is a painful task to be obliged to expose the weakness of our own native State. But when deluded men advance sentiments of resistance and rebellion to the Union, and talk of their means and power to carry their threats into execution, it is a duty we are compelled to perform—to expose their weakness and want of means to carry their purposes into effect. Three States, whose recourses, and exports consist only of potatoes, mules and grindstones, to think of giving laws to the Union, is so truly ridiculous, that we can scarcely refrain from laughing when we think of the project. We question very much if Don Quixotte ever set out on a more foolish exploit than the Don Quixottes of the Hartford Convention…" The War of 1812 was deeply unpopular in New England as they depended greatly on overseas trade with Great Britain. By 1814, talk of secession abounded, though at the actual convention, held in the fall of 1814, there was little action taken on that front—despite the suspicions of their opponents. In the end, the convention of 26 delegates from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Vermont, did not vote to secede, choosing instead to pass a series of resolutions to present in Washington designed to strengthen New England's position within the Union. When the Conventions' representatives arrived in Washington however, the news of Andrew Jackson's victory at New Orleans and the signing of the Treaty of Ghent had upstaged them and made their presence in the capital appear ridiculous and potentially subversive. The perceived subversion of the Hartford Convention coupled with the end of the War of 1812 marked the beginning of the end of the Federalist Party.

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        TOM THUMB'S PLAY-BOOK. Intended To Facilitate the Progress of the Rising Generation Science of A.B.C [sic].

      20 pages including wrappers. Woodcut frontispiece on verso of front wrapper; cut of 'apple-pie', and twenty-four cuts illustrating the letters of the alphabet. Original printed wrappers. Some cropping at head throughout; wrappers repaired at spine; little tired; else a very good copy of an extremely rare chapbook.WorldCat list only the British Library copy, which is a later edition of 1814, with a corrected title-page, reading, 'in the Science of the A.B.C.'

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        Some Account of London, Westminster, and Southwark: (4 Vols complete)

      London, 1814 Illustrated with Portraits, Views, Historical Prints, Medals, &c. Together with and Appendix and Index.243 plates, portraits and 4 maps. In uniform contemporary calf with decorative blind and gilt tooling, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spines, have been professionally relaid, decorative gilt tooling, titles in gilt. Internally, hinges have all been reinforced at some earlier stage, marbled endpapers, gilt tooling to turn-ins, some offsetting, light occasional foxing, on thick paper, with a water mark dated 1805, title pages in red and black inks within black ruled border, all edges in gilt, plates dated 1792-1815, occasional pencil notes.Vol 1, frontis, (vi), 68 pp, 2 maps, 68 pls, includes 29 portraits of which 5 are hand coloured. Vol 2, frontis, [2], 69-120 pp, 63 pls, of which 30 are portraits of which 7 are hand coloured.Vol 3, frontis, [2], 121-220 pp, 1 map, 62 pls, of which 18 are portraits with 3 hand coloured, of the 44 plates, 3 are hand coloured.Vol 4, frontis, [2], 221-381 pp, [1] advert, 1 map, 49 pls, of which 9 are portraits - 4 coloured and of the 40 other plates 1 is coloured. One of 175 copies with an appendix and enlarged index, reissued in quarto from the 5th edition of 1813, for the use of illustrators. Who bought the edition without any illustrations of prints whatsoever and then bought the illustrations individually from the publisher to install. With the usual 435/436 pagination error. (Lowndes 2459. Allibone 2183/960. Sabin 88563)

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        A Voyage Round Great Britain.. (Vol 1 & 2 only)

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1814 Undertaken in the Summer of the year 1813, and commencing from the Land's-End, Cornwall. With a series of Views, Illustrative of the Character and Prominent Features of the Coast, Drawn and Engraved by William Daniell. 2 volumes bound as one. In tan half leather and light brown cloth, with blind tooling, corners and edges faded slightly, some minor wear. Spine has raised bands, faded a little, gilt title. Internally, newish end papers, bookplate of the Earl of Sefton to fep, Title page, has the un-colored dedication page, Volume 1 plates complete, including the un-colored Kemaes Head plate, [2], (v), [2], 215 pp, [3], (errata page), 223 pp, (1), 26 plates (of 26). Vol 2 lacks frontis, + 21 plates (of 30), having blanks in place of missing plates, with the errata at base + list of plates overleaf. A lovely copy, of an uncommon item. Rarely do these come to market in any form or shape! From the Earl of Sefton collection. (Abbey 16)(4.1kg)

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        Waverley; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since. In Three Volumes. Vol. I. [Vol.II] [Vol. III]

      Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable.. 1814 Antique-style half calf, spines decorated in gilt, gilt burgundy and brown morocco labels. Three volumes, octavo. [iv], 358, [2]; [iv], 370, [2]; [iv], 371 pp., complete with all three half-titles and subtitles, and the imprint leaves in the first two volumes (not required in third volume which has the imprint at foot of final leaf of text). Preliminary leaves browned, and a few stains in various places, but a very good, attractive copy. The first of the forty or so 'Waverley Novels' was the progenitor and has become the archetype of the historical novel throughout the world. At one blow Scott had established a new literary form; and the basic principles on which Waverley and all his subsequent novels have been disregarded only at the peril of artistic failure. Scott recognized that the historical novel has to guard against lapsing into the improbabilities of the 'gothick' novel …. as well as competing with the history books proper. He therefore wisely decided that the historical novel must be set against a factual background … but not to overload it with documentary details which would only retard and probably obscure the imaginary narrative …. The success of all the 'Waverley Novels' was instantaneous, not only in England and Scotland, but also in the United States where pirated editions, and in Europe where German and French translations, swamped the market" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 273).

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        Christna Lärans förkunnande af Ansgarius. [Och:] Olof Skötkonungs dop vid Husaby källa.

      Två teckningar i bläck på tunt brunt papper. Båda signerade och daterade: »Westin 1814». 30 × 24 resp. 39 × 28,8 cm. Den sistnämnda bilden lagad i marginalen med obetydlig inverkan på den tecknade ramlinjen. Proveniens: Westins kusin, konstnärskollegan Olof Johan Södermark (1790-1848), därefter i arv. Litteratur: Bo Vahlne, Nyinredningen av Rosersbergs slott 1797-1818 (1988), s. 226-27 (jfr illustr.). En av bilderna (Christna Lärans förkunnande af Ansgarius) i ny ram, förgylld med bladguld. Syrafri passepartout. Den andra oinramad.. Teckningar till kormålningar för Rosersbergs slottskapell i samband med Karl XIII:s nyinredning av slottet 1797-1818. Väggmålningarna blev aldrig utförda men var tänkta att placeras över två igensatta sidofönster. Dessa teckningar utgör två olika alternativ för det ena fältet; under planeringen byttes nämligen Ansgarsbilden ut mot Olof Skötkonungs dop vid Husaby källa. Det andra fältet skulle föreställa Protestantiska Evangeliska Lutherska lärans antagande under Konung Gustaf I:s regering. Förklaringen till förändringen är troligen att Karl XIII önskade att två företrädare i den svenska regentlängden skulle spegla hans egna insatser för den andliga förnyelsen i landet (Vahlne s. 227). Att målningarna inte kom till utförande berodde antagligen på att Westin inte hann leverera dem till Karl XIII i tid, och att beställningen inte förnyades av den nye slottsherren, Karl XIV Johan. I Nationalmuseum resp. privat ägo har två teckningar till de slutligt valda motiven bevarats. De avbildas av Vahlne på s. 226-27 och kan vara de som ställdes ut på Konstakademien i Stockholm 1816. Föreliggande teckning av Olof Skötkonungs dop är uppenbarligen kalkerad på bilden som återges av Vahlne, men Ansgarsteckningen kan möjligen vara unik. På Rosersberg utförde hovmålaren Westin bl. a. Dagens stunder, fyra dörröverstycken med antikiserande figurer i Stora sängkammaren (1812-13)

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        Ueber den thierischen Magnetismus

      Hannover, Hahn 1814.. XVI, 671 S. Dekorativer HLdr. d. Zt.

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        Travels to the Source of the Missouri River and Across the American Continent to the Pacific Ocean. performed by order of the Government of the United States, in the years 1804, 1805, and 1806. By Captains Lewis and Clarke [sic]. Published from the official report

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1814. Quarto. (10 5/8 x 8 1/2 inches). Half-title, 1p. publisher's advertisement at end. 1 folding engraved map by Neele, five engraved plans on 3 plates. (Worm track to outer blank margins of leaves from 4E1 to the end, light marginal browning to the plan facing p.191). Contemporary marbled calf, carefully rebacked, the original gilt spine laid down, marbled edges. The first British edition of the great landmark of western exploration. First British (and first quarto) edition of the "definitive account of the most important exploration of the North American continent" (Wagner-Camp). The book describes the U.S. government-backed expedition to explore the newly- acquired Louisiana Purchase undertaken from 1804 to 1806 by ascending the Missouri to its source, crossing the Rocky Mountains, and reaching the Pacific Ocean. In total, the expedition covered some eight thousand miles in slightly more than twenty-eight months. They brought back the first reliable information about much of the area they traversed, made contact with the Indian inhabitants as a prelude to the expansion of the fur trade, and advanced by a quantum leap the geographical knowledge of the continent. The narrative was first published in Philadelphia in two octavo volumes in the same year as the present edition, and it has been reprinted many times since and indeed remains a perennial American bestseller. The large folding map of the West (by Neele after the Philadelphia edition map) recalls an extraordinary feat of cartography, accurately revealing much of the trans-Mississippi for the first time. Wheat notes that the map is almost identical to the Philadelphia version "except for a few minor variations." The observations in the text make it an essential work of American natural history, ethnography, and science, and it forms a worthy record of the first great U.S. government expedition. Copies of Lewis and Clark's work have become increasingly difficult to find, especially as Stephen Ambrose's excellent book, the Ken Burns documentary, and the expedition's bicentennial have further widened the already broad appeal of the book. Field 929; Graff 2480; Hill 1018; Howes L317, "b."; Literature of Lewis & Clark 5A.2; Sabin 40829; Streeter Sale 3128; Wagner-Camp 13:2; Wheat, Transmississippi 317.

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        Unterhaltungen aus der naturgeschichte. des pflanzenreichs dritter-sechster theil: mehlgebende pflanzen, kuechengewaechse und obst; kuechengewaechse und obst; obst, gewuerze, oehle und zucker, graeser und futterkraeuter; pflanzen deren fruechte und saefte zu getraenken wie auch solche, die zur bekleidung angewendet werden.

      Wien, gedruckt auf Kosten des Herausgebers, 1814-1817. 4 volumes. 8vo (180 x 113mm). pp. (4), 732; (4), 767; (8), 730; (8), 736, (38 index to vols. 3-6), with 4 engraved titles and 258 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary boards, spines with label and contemporary half calf (vol. 6). The botanical section of the 'Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte' consists of 10 volumes. The present volumes 3-6 form a unity, with an index to the vols. 3-6. Treated are a.o. fruit, vegetables, herbs, cereals, oil and sugar, grasses. Most of the fine plates depict pomology, fruit and vegetables. Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm (1758-1811) was a Bavarian clergyman and naturalist in Augsburg, where the first edition was published. This popular and beautifully illustrated work is a fine example of the enlightened encyclopaedic science of the period, with an emphasis on education. Nissen BBI, 2152; Stafleu and Cowan 17.638.

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        L'egypte et la syrie ou moeurs, usages, costumes et monumens des egyptiens, des arabes et des syriens. precede' d'un precis historique... paris, nepveu, 1814.

      Sei volumi di cm. 13,5, pp. (4) xvi, 202 (2); (4) 226 (2); (4) 254 (2); (4) 206 (2); (4) 249 (3); (4) 272. Con 83 tavole fuori testo incise in rame e finemente colorate, di cui 28 a doppia pagina. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle rossa, dorsi lisci con filetti, fregi e titoli in oro, piatti inquadrati da triplice filetto dorato. Esemplare genuino, a carte candide ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Confrontando l'elenco delle tavole presente al primo volume mancherebbe (dall'origine) una tavola singola al terzo volume (p. 111 - bain egyptien).

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        LO SPETTATORE, ossia varietà istoriche e letterarie del signor MALTE-BRUN (1814-1818), Milano, Stella A. Fortunato e figli, 1814

      Eccezionale raccolta di scritti su letteratura, spettacolo, storia italiana e straniera dei primi anni ottocenteschi., I primi due anni (DUE TOMI GRANDI ED UNO PICCOLO) sono di cm.15 x 24, rilegatura d'epoca cartonata, con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. ANNO PRIMO 1814 (unico volume- sul dorso TOMO PRIMO) Parte prima - fasc. I-V pp. 240, Parte seconda - fasc. VI-X pp. 240 ANNO PRIMO 1814 (unico volume sul dorso TOMO SECONDO) Dal Fasc.XI al fasc. XV tot pagine 240 unite appendice Italiana allo "spettatore francese" del signor Malte-Brun Fasc. I, II, III, IV tot pagine 1-16 poi 241-480. ANNO SECONDO 1815 (unico piccolo volume) fasc. XXI-XXII pp. 96 + appendice VI allo "spettatore francese" pp. 32 Le annate successive sono a fascicoli sciolti, stesse dimensioni 15 x 24 ANNO TERZO 1816 Il titolo cambia parzialmente in "Lo spettatore ovvero Mescolanze..." abbiamo soltanto il quaderno L (aprile 1816) e l'indice del tomo quinto 1816. ANNO QUARTO - 1817 - tutti fascicoli sciolti CAMBIA LA TESTATA LO SPETTATORE STRANIERO, ovvero MESCOLANZE di Viaggi. di statistica, di storia, di politica, di letteratura, di belle arti e di filosofia quaderno II - 15 apr. 1817 - (serie generale n. LXIIIV) pp. 61-136 quaderno III - 15 mag.1817 - (serie generale n. LXXVI pp. 129-163 quaderno IV - 15 giu 1817 - (serie generale n. LXXVIII pp. 201-252) quaderno VI - 15 ago 1817 - (serie generale n. LXXXII pp. 309-420) quaderno VII - 15 sett 1817 - (serie generale n. LXXXIV pp. 349-404) quaderno IX - 15 nov 1817 - (serie generale n. LXXXVII pp. 489-536 + sup. quaderno X - 15 dic 1817 - (serie generale n. XC pp. 437-588 aggiunto indice del tomo X 1817. ANNO QUINTO - 1818 - RILEGATO MZ. PERGAMENA titolo LO SPETTATORE ITALIANO, ovverto mescolanze ecc. tomo decimo . dal fasc, XI (serie generale n. XCI al fasc. XVII (serie generale c, CV) totale pp. 716

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        The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commercè, Manufactures, fashions and Politics. By R. Ackerman. Vol. II and XII 1814. Not complete.

      Vol. II; Engraved title-page. 23 plates (18 hand-coloured). (pp.7-16, 19-26, 41-44, 53-56, 67-74. 79-83, 86-90, 113-118, 131-138, 147-147, 215-220, 273. 297-300, 345-350). Vol. XII. 16 plates (14 hand-coloured). (pp. 51, 54-56, 351-354, 17-24, 81-92, 99-100, 109-114, 137-160, 175-197, 224, 241-242, 255-282, 299-304, 315-326, 333-344. Bound in cont. boards. Defect label on spine.. *Together 39 plates, mostly hand-coloured aquatint views and numerous fashion-plates

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        General View of the Island of Elba, as seen from the coast, of Tuscany / View of the Village of Rio, in the Island of Elba / View of the Chapel of Santa Catarina, in the Island of Elba / View of the Fortress of Volterrajo, in the Island of Elba / View of the Entrance to The Irones Mines, in the Island of Elba / View of Porto Longone, in the Island of Elba /View of Porto Ferrajo, in the Island of Elba / View of Hermitage of Monserrato, in the Island of Elba.

      London, 1814 circa. Serie completa di otto incisioni in rame all'acquaforte tratte dal ®A Tour through the Island of Elba by sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart. Illustrated with views drawn from nature by sir Richard Colt Hoare; and The village of Poggio¯, cm 16 x 23 circa (la parte figurata al filetto di riquadro), pi? margini bianchi, didascalia in inglese al margine inferiore. Gli Autori : Hoare (1758 - 1838) Smith (1749 - 1831). Disegnate da I. Smith e incise da Letitia Byrne, I. Powell e I. Linell. The watercolour of Elba is after a drawing executed by Sir Richard Colt Hoare Bart., when he visited Elba on the extended tour that he took to distract himself from the death of his wife in 1789. When the allies took the decision to exile Napoleon to Elba in 1814, Hoare gave his drawings of Elba to his former teacher 'Warwick' Smith, who worked these up into finished watercolours, which he then had engraved and published in order to capitalize on the sudden newsworthiness of the little-known island. The illustrated watercolour was engraved in the same direction, with minor differences of detail by Letitia Byrne, with a publication date of 24 June 1814, and used as the frontispiece to Hoare & Smith's ®A Tour through the Island of Elba¯. La veduta ®The Village of Poggio¯ was not used in the publication. Piacevoli vedutine animate dell'Isola d'Elba, ampiamente descrittive, con architetture, velieri e panorami. Un lieve ingiallimento al margine di alcuni fogli, buono lo stato di conservazione dell'insieme.

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        A Compendium of Easy Rules of Whist, with Maxims, and the Laws of the Game, Dedicated to the Duke of Wellington

      London: Collins. G : in Good condition. Boards rubbed with loss to spine. With pictorial bookplate of Robert Maxtone Graham on fep. 1814. 10th edition. Brown hardback board cover. 40pp :: Frontis portrait :: 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4") .

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        The Abolition of the Slave Trade,

      London: Printed by T. Bensley, 1814. Engraved frontispiece + 53 large pp + 11 engraved plates. 4to. 1st ed., fine in old quarter calf binding with new spine and original marbled boards. Some toning to a few plates. Poem written in honour of the abolition of the African slave trade by the British Legislature in 1807. Includes engravings of Thomas Clarkson, Granville Sharpe and William Wilberforce plus images of slavery.

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        LITTERATURBLADE. Første Hefte, indeholdende skuddagens første Qvartal, og Lille Søndag-Aftens-Nummerne fra 1 til 13. 1814.

      Kiøbenhavn, Forfatterens Forlag, 1814. Diverse Pag. Indb. samlet i halvlæder.. Ingen rygtitsl. Bindet med stærkt slid på permer og hjørner. Titelbladet med lidt hjørneslid. Ormehuller igennem 7 blade. Let gulnede sider, men rene og pæne.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        De l'esprit de conquête et de l'ursupation, dans leurs rapports avec la civilisation européenne.

      (Hannover, Hahn), (January), 1814. 8vo. Bound in a simple near cont. brown hcalf w. some wear. Some brownspotting. Old owner's name to title-page ("Hardÿ"). (2), VIII, 208 pp, 1 f. (errata). The very rare first edition of one of Constant's main political-philosophical works. Three other editions appeared later the same year (London, March and Paris, April and July). The work constitutes an exceedingly important work againt modern dictatorship, and a warm praise of liberalism. As one of the leading members of the liberal opposition to Napoleon and thereafter to the restored Bourbon monarchy, Constant caused great sensation with his political works. His "Spirit of Conquest and Usurpation" is one of his most famous and most important political works, and with the publication of it he becomes one of the first to view Bonapartism as a modern dictatorship. In this sensational and thought-provoking anti-Napoleon work Constant sets out to criticize the "spirit of conquest" (as a modern phenomenon), which has led to the formation of the "grand empire". According to Constant, this "spirit" destroys man's moral essence and contradicts modern liberal thought. The work is often yielded as being prophetic and nearly describing the Germany of Hitler. It bears a great resemblance to the dystopian world of Orwell's "1984", and it describes in detail what is wrong with modern man and the modern world.For Constant "Ursurpation" comes to mean the new, modern, manipulative Napoleonic dictatorship with its personalized and centralized power.In this work Constant warns man against conformity, outwardly as well as inwardly, and he speaks warmly in favor of liberal variety and diversity as opposed to totalitarian conformity.Constant also warns us against the anachronism of certain types of war. A useless was is the worst thing a government can expose the people to. With such a war everything will be jeopardized, -every sort of social guarantee, every form of liberty, every security, every fortune. It creates hatred and spite within the people and it corrupts the young generations. It only leads to destruction

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        The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. ...Norwich. ...Winchester. ...the Metropolitical Church of York. Illustrated by a Series of Engravings of Views, Elevations, Plans...

      London 1814, 16, 17, 19.. Four works in one volume, first editions, 4to. 121 plates, including woodcut titles to the first two works and engraved ones for the last two, slight cracking of upper hinge. Later 19th century black half morocco, some minor rubbing, else a very good collection. Britton published 16 volumes of cathedral history between 1814 and 1836.

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        Here Begyneth a Littel Tome and Hathe to Name The Lincolne Nosegay: beynge a Brefe Table of Certaine Bokes in the Posession of Maister Thomas Frognall Dibdin Clerk. Which Bookes be to be sold to Him who shal gyve the moste for ye Same

      16 pp. 8vo, cont. panelled blind-stamped calf in an early 16th-cent. English binding style (carefully rebacked with the orig. spine laid-down), a.e.g. [London: printed by W. Bulmer, [1814].] First edition, limited to 36 copies only; one of the great Dibdin rarities. Here we find Dibdin in the guise of bookseller. In October 1814 Dibdin managed to purchase for 500 guineas from the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral six volumes containing 19 titles, mostly black-letter rarities including four Caxtons. Within a month, Dibdin produced the present catalogue. "The well-turned archness of the title and the enthusiasm of the descriptions, the use of the best printer in England and the small limitation, the quality and the rarity of the books...and the standing in the book world of the celebrated author of Bibliomania, were carefully chosen ingredients which made The Lincolne Nosegay the most exclusive bookseller's catalogue ever issued. It may perhaps be more aptly termed a private auction catalogue, for it is unpriced, but the distinction is not important. More important is the limitation of edition as the measure of Dibdin's influenceable circle of friends and maximum targeted sales audience: thirty-one in the Roxburghe Club, including himself, and five spare copies...It is therefore not surprising that the Nosegay became a highly-prized collector's bijou -- a joy to possess and a frustration not to possess...The Nosegay has remained a rare and attractive relic of its age."-Rabaiotti, "Beckford's A Dialogue in the Shades and Dibdin's The Lincolne Nosegay" in The Book Collector, Summer 1989, pp. 212-13. Fine copy preserved in a black morocco-backed box. Bookplates of Peter Hall (house or name?) and A.N.L. Munby. From the library of Theodore Yonge. ❧ Jackson 34. Windle & Pippin A 24a. .

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      Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme And Brown, 1814. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Almost very good condition. 2 volumes. Very large format. Full brown leather, gilt titles and decorations to spine. Elaborate gilt borders to covers. All edges gilt. 94 b/w plates plus engraved title page. Cxxvii+209+cii+Index. Contents very good. Corners bumped and rubbed. Top and tail of spines rubbed. Rear board of both volumes scraped with slight loss of leather.

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        The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland; Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and Other Vestiges of Former Ages, accompanied by descriptions. Together with Illustrations of Remarkable Incidents in Border History and Tradition…

      London.: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown.. 1814.. Two volumes. Volume 1 with engraved title page and 47 full page engravings; volume 2, engraved title and 46 full page engravings; cxxvii+209+ci pp, appendices, index, folio, 3/4 leather (paper covered boards with leather spine and corners), cover title labels. Extremities very worn and rubbed with spines chipped at head and tail, cover labels very rubbed; internally scattered foxing, but generally clean and tight, book plate on front paste down. The India Paper edition (according to the cover label originally sold at 26 pounds, 15 shillings). The finely detailed engravings were printed on India paper and tipped in. The cover title label states "Forty-eight engravings" on each volume, but there is no list of plates and no plates appear to be missing. .

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        The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland; Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture and Other Vestiges of Former Ages, Accompanied by Descriptions, Together with Illustrations of Remarkable Incidents in Border History and Tradition

      London; Printed For Longman, Hurst, Rees, And Brown & C. , 1814. 1st Edition. 94 plates on India paper [steel] engraved by John Grieg (1803-1853) and illustrated by Luke Clennell (1781-1840) . Minor scattered marginal foxing to the plate margins. Text remarkably bright and clean. - [Complete in Two Volumes]. Finely and uniformly bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title directly gilt-blocked. Spine compartments attractively tooled in gilt. An exceptional set - scans on request.

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        The Border Antiquities Of England And Scotland

      London, 1814. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. (Art & Architecture) SCOTT, Walter. The Border Antiquities Of England And Scotland. London, 1814. First Printing. Quarto. Full leather. Comprising Specimens Of Architecture And Sculpture, And Other Vestiges of Former Ages, Accompanied By Descriptions. Together with illustrations of remarkable incidents in border history and tradition, and original poetry. 2 Volumes. Tooled and decorated red leather bindings, rubbed, worn, all edges gilt, marbled end pages. Very clean. Illustrated with engraved plates, engraved title pages....volume one missing printed title page. Contemporary engraved armorial bookplate of 'Hugh Percy.' Very Good. $950.00

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        History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark to the Sources of the Missouri, Thence Across the Rocky Mountains and Down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean Performed During the Years 1804-5-6, Volumes I-II

      Bradford and Inskeep; J. Maxwell Printer. Collectible - Very Good. Octavo 22cm. Leather Hardcover First Edition, 1814. xxviii, 470, ix, 522 With 5 engraved maps throughout the text; lacking the rare large fold-out map.. . . Both volumes are uniformly bound in brown calfskin leather on the boards; spines neatly rebacked in light brown leatherette. Panels are scuffed and worn, with peeling at the extremities. Hinges are reinforced and very sturdy; textblocks are tight. Top edges darkened, with a few minor spots of soiling along others. Pages are toned, with foxing throughout, but intact. Previous owner names and bookplates on front endpapers. The first official account of Lewis and Clark's historic transcontinental expedition. Lewis did not live to see its publication. The most famous of all expeditions in North American History, this account of their trek to the Pacific coast is an absolutely crucial piece of Americana. [Sabin 855] . Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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        MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, in France, Italy, Germany, Egypt, Syria, Spain, Poland, Portugal, and Russia. With a Complete History of Recent Events in Silesia, Prussia, Bohemia, and in the Territories bordering on the Rhine

      London: Printed by and for J. and J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane, Paternoster-Row, 1814. UNIQUE COPY -- LAVISHLY EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and INCLUDES A PLATE WITH MOUNTED "BONAPARTE" SIGNATURE OF NAPOLEON; two large octovo volumes (9" x 6"), BOUND IN FULL STRAIGHT-GRAINED MOROCCO BY WALLIS OF LONDON. _______ Full straight grained brown morocco with RICHLY TOOLED SPINES (including crowns, bees and eagles), gilt lines on covers, top page edges gilt; other edges untrimmed; gilt inner dentelles; marbled endpapers. Original labels for boards inlaid to size and bound in the front of each volume. Housed in a cloth slipcase. ________ This copy has been extra illustrated: in addition to the regular 20 colored plates and two maps, this copy has an additional 76 portraits and views (21 of which are colored). Eight of the colored views are by George Cruikshank, some of them from the famous Life of Napoleon by Ireland--these plates are folding and are views of the battles and indeed are some of the most famous of the Cruikshank illustrations. ________ This fine, tall copy bears a neatly calligraphed presentation page "To H. W. Prentis, Jr. in appreciation. The Philadelphia Carpet and Upholstery Club. 10 May 1946." Prentis was the president of Armstrong Cork Company in America. ________ Housed in a cloth slipcase. Images can be supplied. Simply said.... A MAGNIFICENT SET in fine condition and which would be an invaluable addition to any Napoleonic collection.

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        Letter, signed ("Le Gnl. Cmt. Dupont") as Minister of War under the provisional government, to MarEchal Claude Victor-Perrin, duc de Bellune, acknowledging the latter's acceptance of Napoleon's abdication and the restoration of the Bourbons

      N.p. [Paris], 13 april, 1814. (NAPOLEON) Folio. 1 p., on letterhead of "MinistËre de la Guerre". Some very slight waterstaining affecting a few letters, otherwise very good, handsomely mounted and framed . An extraordinary letter of historic significance, written a mere two days after the Treaty of Fontainebleau of April 11, 1814, which set the terms of Napoleon's abdication, and ended an era. Dupont had been one of Napoleon's most distinguished generals, but his surrender in the disastrous Spanish campaign led to disgrace and imprisonment. After the fall of NapolEon, Dupont became Minister of War for Louis XVIII, and, in just such letters as this to Marshal Victor - one of Napoleon's most trusted generals - negotiated the acquiescence of NapolEon's military leaders: [in translation] "Monsieur le MarEchal; - The provisional government has read with intense interest the declaration in which your Excellency has announced his adherence to the act of the Senate pronouncing the abdication of Napoleon Buonaparte and the restoration of the Bourbons on the throne on their ancestors. By this declaration, taken in the interest of the country, your Excellency has established anew a claim to the gratitude of the French people as well as the respect and good will of His Majesty, Louis XVIII. Such is the opinion, sir, of the provisional government - and I am more than happy to be its messenger on this memorable occasion"

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        A History of the University of Oxford, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings

      London: Rudolf Ackermann, 1814. First edition. 2 vols., 13-3/8 x 11-1/4 inches. Stipple engraved portrait of the Chancellor, Lord Grenville, 64 hand-colored aquatints engraved by Bluck, Hill, Stadler and others after Pugin, Mackenzie, Westall, et al, and 17 colored line and stipple engraved costume plates of university figures in their academic garb by Aagar after Uwins; I: xxv, [1], 275, [7] pp.: II: [4], 262, [6] pp. Bound in full antiqued brown calf, gilt spines, marbled endpapers, some offsetting of plates, foxing to Grenville plate, but a fine, otherwise unfoxed, handsome copy. Tooley 5; Abbey Scenery 280 . An early copy. The list of plates in vol. I is the first state (it does not list the portraits of Founders; this copy does not include the Founders). Plate 1, vol.1, is mislabeled "History of Cambridge" and plate 50 bears the May 1, 1814 date - both are Abbey's first states. Plates 15, 39, 74, 78, 84 and 94 are Abbey's second state. There are 6 watermarked plates, each bearing the date 1812, and the half-title is present in both volumes. A fine, early copy of Ackermann's monumental survey of the great university

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        A History of the University of Oxford

      1814. first edition. Plates of Unequaled Merit"Includes the Founders PlatesACKERMANN, Rudolph. A History of the University of Oxford. Its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings. In Two Volumes. London: R. Ackermann, 1814. First edition, early state of plates. Two large quarto volumes (13 1/4 x 10 3/4 in; 338 x 274 mm). xxv, [1, blank], 275, [1, blank], [6, index]; [2], 300, [6, index] pp. With the list of subscribers, the dedication to Lord Grenville and the uncolored engraved portrait of Lord Grenville. 114 plates including the thirty-three portraits of Founders and seventeen costume plates, all hand-colored aquatints or stipple-engravings by Bluck, Stadler, Hill and others after Pugin, Westall, Mackenzie and others. Bound without the half-titles and Arrangement of Plates leaf. All plates, excepting the Founders (issued April 1, 1815), watermarked no later than 1814.Contemporary three-quarter hard-grain maroon morocco over pebbled cloth boards, ruled in gilt. Spines with five raised bands, lettered and decoratively tooled in gilt in compartments. Marbled edges and end-papers. Bookplate of Charles Cobb Walker to front paste-downs. Embossed stamp of New England Conservatory of Music to lower corner of each title page. Some offsetting from plates to text. An occasional margin smudge or spot. A very nice copy in an extremely attractive contemporary binding."These two books [Ackermann's History of Oxford and History of Cambridge] are among the finest ever executed. A. Pugin, F. Nach, F. Mackenzie, and W. Westall were associated in the drawings, which are worthy even of the splendid architectural monuments they commemorate, while the engraving was carried out by such masters of aquatint as J. Bluck, J.C. Stadler, F.C. Lewis, D. Havell and others of like reputation. The result was the production of plates of unequaled merit in their particular line" (Prideaux, pp. 125-6).Abbey, Scenery, 278; Tooley 5; Prideaux pp. 125-6.

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      London. 1814.. Two volumes. xxxiv,[1],544pp. plus fourteen plates (six colored, the rest tinted), single- page map, and folding frontispiece map (partially colored); viii,532pp. plus two tinted plates. Modern three quarter mottled calf and marbled boards, red gilt morocco labels, ornate gilt spine in six compartments. Internally clean. Color on plates bright and fresh. Very good. The enlarged second edition (after the first of 1810), with corrections, and with all the plates in varying degrees of color. Lambert was a sympathetic observer of society and institutions in America, and he predicted great success for the nations. "The sketches of society in Quebec and Montreal are written with much humor; the descriptive portions are well done, and much important information is given on trade, ship- building and manufactures" - Larned. Lambert also offers an account of his visit to Charleston and Savannah in 1808. The views include Plymouth (Massachusetts), Quebec, Gen. Burgoyne's camp at Saratoga, Indians, etc. The folding map shows the eastern seaboard and Canada. LARNED 3732. HOWES L40. SABIN 38734. CLARK II:157. ABBEY 613.

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        The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland; Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture

      London: Longman, Hurst, 1814. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Yes. 2 volumes. Extraordinarily large paper copy, uncut in original merbelled paper boards, leather spine and corners. 94 engravings on India paper, plus engraved title pages. Leather spines restored with original backstrips laid-on. Paper labels slightly rubbed. Plates offset to facing text pages, but plates are fine and fresh. A beautiful set and scarce in this fine condition. Illustrations of remarkable incidents in border history and tradition, and original poetry by Scott.

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      Ediinburgh: Archibald Constable, 1814. Complete set in 19 Volumes; 1/2 calf with marbled boards; 5 raised bands with gilt decorations and maroon spine labels; some archival repairs to spines with have a minor impact on some of the gilt rules. Overall, a nice attractive set; digital photos available upon request. Very Good binding.

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        Analectic Magazine Vol. IV (inc. "The Star Spangled Banner")

      [Francis Scott Key].  Collection. Analectic Magazine Vol IV, New Series, published by Moses Thomas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July-December 1814. # 20035     $1,750 Containing one of the earliest printings of Francis Scott Key's poem, "The Defense of Fort McHenry" prior to its adoption as our national anthem. Key's poem appears in the November issue, on pages 433-434, credited to ?A gentleman [who] had left Baltimore, in a flag of truce for the purpose of getting released from the British fleet a friend of his who had been captured at Marlborough.? On March 3, 1931, President Herbert Hoover signed a bill making the Star Spangled Banner our national anthem. Transcript [Copied from the magazine:]?Defence of Fort Mc Henry?[These lines have been already published in several of our newspapers; they may still, however, be new to many of our readers.  Besides, we think that their merit entitles them to preservation in some more permanent form than the columns of a daily paper.  The annexed song was composed under the following circumstances.­­¾ A gentleman had left Baltimore, in a flag of truce for the purpose of getting released from the British fleet a friend of his who had been captured at Marlborough.  He went as far as the mouth of the Patuxent, and was not permitted to return lest the intended attack on Baltimore should be disclosed.  He was, therefore, brought up the bay to the mouth of the Patapsco, where the flag vessel was kept under the guns of a frigate, and he was compelled to witness the bombardment of Fort McHenry, which the Admiral had boasted that he would carry in a few hours, and that the city must fall.  He watched the flag at the fort through the whole day with an anxiety that can be better felt than described, until the night prevented him from seeing it.  In the night he watched the bombshells, and at early dawn his eye was again greeted by the proudly-waving flag of his country]. Tune¾Anacreon in Heaven.O! say can you see, by the dawn's early light,What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming,Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,O'er the ramparts we watch'd, were so gallantly streaming?And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there¾O! say, does that star-spangled banner yet waveO'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave? On the shore dimly seen through the mists of the deepWhere the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze o'er the towering steep, As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In full glory reflected now shines on the stream¾'Tis the star-spangled banner, O! long may it waveO'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. And where is that band who so vauntingly sworeThat the havock of war and the battle's confusionA home and a country should leave us no more?Their blood has wash'd out their foul foot-steps' pollution.No refuge could save the hireling and slave,From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave;And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth waveO'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. O! thus be it ever when freemen shall standBetween their lov'd home, and the war's desolation,Blest with vict'ry and peace, may the heav'n-rescued landPraise the power that hath made and preserv'd us a nation!Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just, And this be our motto¾"In God is our trust!"And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall waveO'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave.?  Condition: The Star Spangled banner pages are fine, but the volume has issues. Foxing, tears particularly in margins of pasted-in illustrations before each monthly title page, tear on page 40, etc. 

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        MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, in France, Italy, Germany, Egypt, Syria, Spain, Poland, Portugal, and Russia. With a Complete History of Recent Events in Silesia, Prussia, Bohemia, and in the Territories bordering on the Rhine

      London: Printed by and for J. and J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane, Paternoster-Row, 1814. UNIQUE COPY -- LAVISHLY EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and INCLUDES A PLATE WITH MOUNTED "BONAPARTE" SIGNATURE OF NAPOLEON; two large octovo volumes (9" x 6"), BOUND IN FULL STRAIGHT-GRAINED MOROCCO BY WALLIS OF LONDON. _______ Full straight grained brown morocco with RICHLY TOOLED SPINES (including crowns, bees and eagles), gilt lines on covers, top page edges gilt; other edges untrimmed; gilt inner dentelles; marbled endpapers. Original labels for boards inlaid to size and bound in the front of each volume. Housed in a cloth slipcase. ________ This copy has been extra illustrated: in addition to the regular 20 colored plates and two maps, this copy has an additional 76 portraits and views (21 of which are colored). Eight of the colored views are by George Cruikshank, some of them from the famous Life of Napoleon by Ireland--these plates are folding and are views of the battles and indeed are some of the most famous of the Cruikshank illustrations. ________ This fine, tall copy bears a neatly calligraphed presentation page "To H. W. Prentis, Jr. in appreciation. The Philadelphia Carpet and Upholstery Club. 10 May 1946." Prentis was the president of Armstrong Cork Company in America. ________ Housed in a cloth slipcase. Images can be supplied. Simply said.... A MAGNIFICENT SET in fine condition and which would be an invaluable addition to any Napoleonic collection.

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        Traditioner af swenska folk-dansar.

      I-IV. Sthlm, Kongl. privilegierade not-tryckeriet, 1814-15. 4:o. 20 + 20 + 20 + 20 grav. s. Hfrbd från 1900-talets första hälft med rikt guldornerad rygg, röd titeletikett och vinröda stänkta snitt. Ryggskinnet lackat och ngt nött. Inlagan genomgående med bruksspår, småfläckig här och där och med gamla bockar både i bläck och blyerts i marginalerna. Första häftets titelblad i delvis ganska svagt avdrag. Tråkiga bläckfläckar på s. 17 i det andra häftet och på s. 13 i det tredje häftet, som också har några större solkfläckar på titelbladet. Med Dan. Holms namnteckning och en oidentifierad svart oval stpl på titelbladet till det första häftet.. Allt som utkom. Enligt svärsonen Johannes Sundblad var Sven Magnus Liedzén upptecknare och utgivare av detta arbete. Detta är felaktigt, men möjligen var han en viktig bidragsgivare. I första häftet har hälften av folkdansarna västgötskt ursprung. Liedzén var född i Berg och blev kyrkoherde i Larv och det är inte omöjligt att han och västgöten A. A. Afzelius, som båda var födda på 1780-talet, umgåtts med varandra sedan barnsben eller i annat fall träffats i Uppsala där de studerade samtidigt. Olof Åhlström förestod nottryckeriet och ansvarade för musikarrangemangen

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        L'afrique, ou histoire, moeurs, usages et coutumes des africains. le senegal. paris, nepveu, 1814.

      Quattro volumi di cm. 13,5, pp. (2) viii, 174, 25 (4); (4) 176 (2); (4) 222; (4) 218. Con 47 tavole fuori testo incise in rame e finemente colorate, di cui 44 scene e vedute (4 a doppia pagina) 2 carte geografiche ripiegate ed una tavola di partitura musicale. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle rossa, dorsi lisci con filetti, fregi e titoli in oro, piatti inquadrati da triplice filetto dorato. Una leggera ed uniforme brunitura alle tavole, qualche fioritura peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. L'appendice di 25 pagine al primo volume contiene: ""Vocabulaire de la langue ouolofe""; le ultime 4 pagine contengono inoltre l'utile avviso al legatore per il collocamento di tutte le tavole.

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        Lettre de M. Ampere à M. le comte Berthollet, sur la détermination des proportions dans lesquelles les corps se combinent d'apres le nombre et la disposition respective des molécules dont leurs particules intégrantes sont composées.

      Paris, J. Klostermann, 1814. Contemp. hcalf. Spine gilt. Slightly rubbed. A few scratches to binding. Small stamps on verso of titlepage.In: "Annales de Chimie, ou Recueil de Mémoires concernant la Chemie" Tome 90. - 336 pp. a. 4 engraved plates, the large double-page plate divided in two parts. (The entire volume offered). Ampere's paper: pp. 43-87 a. plates. Some scattred brownspots.. First printing of Ampere's main paper in chemical theory, combining his kantian philosophy with his empirical investigations on how molecules and particles combine and independently arrives at Avogadro's Hypothesis that all gases at a given temperature contain the same number of particles per unit volume."In 1818 ay-Lussac discovered that all gases combine in simple ratios, and thus was able to announce his law of combining volumes...In 1814 Ampère published his "Lettre de M. Ampére a. M. le Comte Berthollet...." (the paper offered).It was an attempt to provide the noumenal, and therefore deeper, explanation of the phenomenal relations. From the theory of universal attraction used to account for the cohesion of bodies and the fact that light easely passes through transparent bodies, Ampère concluded that the attractive and repulsive forces associated with each molecule hold the ultimate molecules of bodies at distances from one another that are, as Ampère put it, "infinitely great in comparison to the dimensions of these molecules". This is knowledge of the noumena. It explains certain basic qualities of the observable world in terms of theoretical entities whose properties can be hypothesized from phenomena......Ampéres molecules now were assumed to group themselves in various ways to form particles that had specific geometrical forms. Thus there would be particles composed of four molecules that formed tetrahedrons (oxygen, nitrogen abd hydrogen), of eight molecules that formed an octahedron (chlorine), etc. These geometrical forms were of the greatest importence in Amperès theory, for they allowed him to deal with the problem of elective affinity and also to deduce Avogadro's law.....Ampères philosophy and its influence on his science are obvious here..."(DSB I, p.141). - Parkinson "Breakthrough" 1814 C.The volume contains other importent papers in the history of chemistry, Lavoisier et A. Seguin "Sur la Transpiration, Seconde Memoire", Doebereiner "Experiences sur l'amidon, Guyton-Morveau "Suite de la Pyrometrie" (2 papers), Vauquelin "Experiences sur l'iode" + "Suite de...", Séguin "Memoire sur le cinabre" (2 parts) etc

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        Synopsis methodica lichenum, sistens omnes hujus ordinis naturalis detectas plantas, quas, secundum genera, species et varietates disposuit, characteribus et differentiis emendatis definivit, nec non synonymis et observationibus selectis: illustravit auctor Erik Acharius.

      Lundæ. Litteris et sumtibus Svanborg et soc. 1814. [6],XIII,[1],392 sidor. Samtida halvfranskt band med mönsterpressad rygg, marmorerat pärmpapper och förgylld trevlig pärmdekor och ryggtitel samt stänkmarmorerade snitt. [19x11,5 cm]. Med handskrivna ägarnoteringar från de fyra senaste ägarna J. A. Rolén?, Erik Lundgren Nyköping, Carl Th. Mörner [se Krok sidan 518] och framlidne professor i ekologisk botanik vid Umeå Universitet 1967-81, Bengt Pettersson. Bra exemplar.. Krok Svensk botanisk litteratur 19. Erik Acharius var lichenologiens vetenskaplige grundare och den siste av Carl von Linnés lärjungar

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        Synopsis methodica lichenum, sistens omnes hujus ordinis naturalis detectas plantas, quas, secundum genera, species et varietates disposuit, characteribus et differentiis emendatis definivit, nec non synonymis et observationibus selectis. Lundæ. Litteris et sumtibus Svanborg et soc. 1814.

      Lund, Litteris et sumtibus Svanborg et soc. 1814. Graverad frontespis + (4) + XIII + 1 blank + 392 s. Samtida nött halvskinnband. 19 X 11 cm, Gamla namnteckningar på förtitelbladet (Johan Ehrenborg)

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        Philippus Theophrastus Paracelsis, welche in vieler Hinsicht eingetroffen ist.

      Köln, Königl. Felddruckerey [=P. Sohm], 1814. 8:o. 8 s. Häftad i samtida gråpappersomslag. Med J. A. Almquists respektive Thore Virgins stplr. Fint ex

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        On the Affections of Light Transmitted through Crystallized Bodies,

      First Edition, extracted from The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, disbound, quarto, vol.104, pp. 187-218, WITH: BREWSTER (David) On the Polarisation of Light by Oblique Transmission through All Bodies, Whether Crystallized or Uncrystallized, ibid, p.187-218, WITH: BREWSTER (David) On New Properties of Light Exhibited in the Optical Phenomena of Mother of Pearl, and Other Bodies to Which the Superficial Structure of That Substance can be Communicated, ibid pp.397-418, together three papers, with 4 engraved plates (these with small and neat embossed uninked library name), one with small diminishing stain at foot of blank lower margin, good copies, London, [The Royal Society], 1814. * "Brewster created new fields of optical mineralogy and photo-elasticity. In 1813, while studying the "depolarising" action of Topaz, he observed two sets of elliptical rings (interference patterns) centred on axes in the Topaz that were apparently inclined at 65 degrees. He interpreted this to mean that Topaz must have two axes, not one, of double refraction, an entirely unexpected result. After many laborious experiments he was able in 1819 to group all but a few of hundreds of minerals and crystals into mutually consistent optical and mineralogical categories: the primitive form determined the number of axes of double refraction."(DSB). "Since Brewster had found that light was partially polarized by oblique refraction in mica, he attempted to determine the law of this polarization in he simpler case of successive refractions by a pile of thin glass plates. By the end of 1813 he had concluded that "the number of plates in any parcel, multiplied by the tangent of the angle, at which it (completely) polarises light, is a constant quantity" More important, since "the pencil of light polarised by transmission (comports) itself, in every respect like one of the pencils former by double refracting crystals" the study of the physical optics of transparent ought to enable philosophers "to unfold the secrets of double refraction, to explain the forms and structure of crystallised bodies...."(DSB)

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      Samlade skrifter. I-III. Andra upplagan, öfversedd och tillökt. Sthlm, Elméns & Granbergs tryckeri, 1814-16. 8:o. Grav. porträtt,(30),515 + (14),518 + (8),511,(1 blank,2) s. Med grav. titelvinjetter. Tre samtida välbevarade röda saffianbd med guldornerade ryggar och vacker ramdekor i guld på pärmarna. Gula snitt. Lite svart solk på pärmarna och på ryggen till tredje delen. Delvis bruntonad med spridda lager- och småfläckar. Litet hål med en bokstavs förlust på s. 92 i del I. Några fläckar på 304, 502 och 518 i del II. Smutstitelbladet med reva i del III. Fint ex. med namnteckning "Thomas Baker" daterad 1823 och sannolikt denne Thomas Bakers exlibris samt George Warde Normans och Einar Josefsons exlibris.. Med företalet i den förändrade versionen där det står "Skandinaviens förening, och samma spira hyllad af tvenne brödra-riken" i stället för det ursprungliga "ett nytt rikes lydbarhet under svensk spira", syftande på Norge. Det graverade porträttet är signerat J. F. Martin och utfört efter Sergels medaljong från 1800. En fristående fortsättning om tre delar utkom 1831-33 efter Leopolds död. George Warde Norman (1793-1882) var en av de den brittiska ekonomins centralgestalter under 1800-talet. Han började sin karriär i den norska timmerhandeln innan han blev chef för Bank of England 1821, en tjänst han sedan innehade i över 50 år. Han var också en av grundarna, tillsammans med bl.a. Thomas Malthus, James Mill och huvudpersonen Ricardo, av "The political economy club" i London. Klubben sammanträdde en gång i månaden och är kanske den viktigaste sammanslutningen i framväxten av den moderna nationalekonomin. Som medlemmar upptogs tidigt bl.a. John Stuart Mill och Nassau William. Klubben fick under 1800-talet många efterföljare runt om i världen. I Stockholm bildades "Nationalekonomiska klubben" först 1917, på initiativ av Eli Heckscher. Normans exlibris täcker delvis ett exlibris med mottot "Vive ut vivas" och en vapensköld med inslag av nycklar, torn och månskäror, vilket stämmer väl in på vapenskölden tillhörande släkten Baker i Sussex

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