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        The topography and Natural History of Hampstead

      . in the county of Middlesex with an appendix of original records. London, White and Cochrane, 1814. 4to. XXI, 359p., XXXIX, one folded engraved map, one partly handcoloured engraved frontisp. and 11 engravings. New cloth (soiled).* Cat. British Museum (Nat. Hist.) vol.4 p.1521 only quotes 2 plates. Contains a presentation inscription of an eightline poem to Joanna Baillie from E. Cox on verso of title dated 1814. A large paper copy but most plates are somewhat foxed. Contains a catalogue of rare plants. The map has one repaired tear..

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg BV]
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        Broadside Taufschein, begins: "Im Jahr Christi 1[blank space] dey [blank space]um [blank space] Vhr [blank space] wurde [large blank space] ehelich geboren.... " and completed by an anonymous scrivener

      [Reading, PA: C. F. Egelmann Folio (35 x 25.5 cm; 13.75" x 10.125") [1] p.. 1814 and later] The engraver Egelman (1782–1860) is credited by Stopp with producing => the first engraved Taufschein (birth/baptismal certificate), an example of which is offered here. The certificate is for Caroline Buchler, daughter of L.F. and Sara (Wagner) Buchler, born 8 August 1843 in Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. The minister is simply identified as Oberfeld. The cataloguer at the Penn State University library describes its uncolored example: "The form is generally dated ca. 1830, but could have been in use as early as 1814. The lower design depicts Jesus with the disciples, while the upper scene shows Jesus' baptism. The form stretches between two pillars, flanked by columns of smoke, all within line border. Distinctive mix of [stipple] engraving and etching, probably on copper plate, by Egelmann." => The present copy is handsomely hand-colored and the blanks for names, dates, and places accomplished nicely in red ink in a clear hand. Excellent repair to a lower area into the image; other repairs to the margins. Bug spotting in lower outer corner.

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        Picturesque Representations of The Dress and Manners of the English.

      John Murray, London, 1814 - Hardback. Illustrated in Fifty Coloured Engravings, with Descriptions. Contemporary green quarter leather with marbled boards, slight wear to spine, boards rubbed and corners bruised. Slight adhesive tape staining to endpapers, contents slightly edge-browned, otherwise very good indeed. Small, marginal chip to corner of one plate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picturesque Representations of the Dress and Manner of the Turks

      London: John Murray, Albemarle Street; Printed By W. W. Bulmer and Co., 1814. First. Hardcover. Very Good. Book. v pp (preface), followed by 59, of 60 hand-colored plates called for. Missing Plate 1, "The Kislar Aga". Each plates accompanied by English description on separate leaf. Plates measure 10 by 6.5 inches (book is large octavo). Plates include Sultana or Odalisk, ladle-bearer, musician, first dragoman, the mufti, a Jew, a dervise, a Tartar, and on and on. They are both entertaining, both to gaze at and to read about, and they bring alive the past of a radically different world from the present in a way that no dry historical tome or even a diverting historical novel can do alone. The red half leather is a crude morocco and has some chipping, cracks and wear. Gilt title on spine is likewise only functional, and while bright, is not appealing. Leather is over marbled boards which have some wear but are acceptable. Binding is tight. Plates and text pages with some light soilage scattered but for the most part they can be described as just acceptably age toned. Preliiminary pages have a bit more foxing. Other than missing plate, a very good copy.

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        [Mr. Kean in Richard the Third. Act IV. Scene 4]

      (Kean, Edmund). Mr. Kean in Richard the Third. Act IV. Scene 4 - "Well, as you guess?" This print is dedicated by permission to Samuel Whitbread Esq. M.P. by his very obed. Serv. J.J. Halls. London: Jenkins printseller, 48 Strand, 1814. Tall engraving/mezzotint on laid paper. 15" x 26" with large margins. This fine engraving, after a painting by John James Halls (1776-1834), was done by by Charles Turner (1774-1857), who was royal engraver to George III. Kean was at the height of his career in 1814. This portrait of Kean was often reproduced in smaller format. The original, large mezzotint is rare. References: Whitman, Charles Turner #283; NPG D21261.

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        Diptera Sveciae.

      Lundae, Berlingianis, 1814-1825 (-1826). 2 volumes (bound in one). 8vo (204 x 165mm). 45 dissertations. Recent red half morocco, richly gilt ornamented spine. Complete set of dissertations written by Fallén and published between 1814 and 1826. Apart from the 45 dissertations there are 2 printed titles for vol. 1 and 2 with dedications. Two dissertations 'Supplementum Dipterorum I & II' are dated 1826./Evenhuis in his 'Litterature Taxonomica Diptorum' pp. 253-262 gives an exact collation of the dissertations with the following note: 'The works listed below constitute the complete works collectively referred to as Fallen's 'Diptera Sveciae'. They are essentially works written by Fallén and defended by students (much the same as Linnaeus' and Thunberg's dissertations). Authorship of new taxa found in these works is attributed to Fallén alone. The entire series was subsequently bound as a separate edition in 2 volumes..." The present dissertations contain all their original printed titles. Our set contains an extra printed title of the first volume with a wrong date (1814-1827). Carl Fredrik Fallén (1764-1830) was a Swedish entomologist and professor of natural history in Lund. A rare complete set.//Evenhuis pp. 253-262.

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        The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland - 2 volume set

      London Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown 1814. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Modern rebind with new endpapers. Some browning and scattered foxing Reprint Black hardback cloth covers on marbled boards 410mm x 290mm (16" x 11"). 209pp, xiii + index. Ninety-eight engraved plates. Scarce Large Paper Edition with hand pressed plates.

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        Lexicon Islandico-Latino-Danicum Biörnonis Haldorsonii. Bjørn Haldorsens islandske Lexicon. Ex manuscriptis legati Arna-Magnæani cura R. K. Raskii editum. Præfatus est P. E. Müller.

      Vol. I-II. Havniæ (København) 1814. Liten 4to. XXXIV,488+(1),520 s. Sammenbundet i ett samt. litt slitt skinnbd. med falmet gulldekor på ryggen Tittelblad i Vol. I med større rift og øvre, fremre hjørne avrevet. Noen få blader brettet i nedre hjørne. Navnetrekk på forsatsbl

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        [K620]. Clavier Auszug von Mozarts ZauberflÂœte fürs Clavier eingerichtet von Fridrich[!] Eunike Churfürstl: Cölnischen Hof-und Opern Sænger... Priz 18 Francs. Preis fl. 7 1/2. [Piano-vocal score]

      Bonn: Gestochen und herausgegeben von N: Simmrock Churfürstl: Cölnischen Hof- und Kammer Musikus [PN] 4. [ca. 1814]. Oblong folio. Early teal blue marbled boards with oval cut paper label to upper with titling in manuscript. 1f. (title with elaborate oval vignette by I. G. Pflugfelder depicting two disconsolate muses over Mozart's grave), 1f. (cast list, table of contents, with footnote advertising full scores of Die Zauberflöte, Idomeneo, and Die Entführung aus dem Serail), 3- 145, [i] pp. Engraved. Text in German. Signature of former owner "Pauline Grasemann" in brown ink to free front endpaper with biographical annotations below in a different hand in blue-black ink; signature "Auerbach" in pencil to upper right corner of title. Boards quite worn, rubbed and bumped; rebacked in beige linen. Slight dampstaining to lower inner corner; lower outer corners soiled and occasionally slightly frayed; several upper outer corners creased; some small tears and stains. . A later issue of Simrock's 1793 edition, with numerous pages re-engraved. Köchel 6 p. 712. Hoboken 12, 558 (with older version of p. 120, lacking plate number). RISM M4780 (three copies in the U.S., not distinguishing among issues). The leaf between the title and first page of music, present in this issue, was not part of the 1793 edition. Its footnote, advertising full scores of Die Zauberflöte, Idomeneo, and Die Entführung aus dem Serail, allows for the dating of the present copy. Simrock published the first edition of the full score of Die Zauberflöte in 1814. Most plates used in this issue are from the 1793 printing of the work (with occasional corrections). These plates are characterized by the combination of an old-style, semicircular bass clef, an inclined violin (G) clef, and the long s in text underlay. Five pages (3, 7, 18, 19, 124) have been re-engraved using the old bass clef but a modern, upright violin clef; however, while page 124 dispenses with the long s, the other four pages retain it. Two more re-engraved pages (22 and 126) have a modern, spiral-shaped bass clef and a modern violin clef but still the long s; one more page (108) combines an inversed old-style bass clef with a modern violin clef and the short s. Finally, 22 pages (5, 6, 11, 20-21, 40-41, 56, 75, 86-87, 104-6, 112, 120, 125, 128, 130, 141, and 143-44) have the two modern clefs and also the short s, probably representing the most recent stage. In the course of these replacements, the text underlay of the 1793 edition, which follows Mozart's autograph, has been supplanted with that of the edition of the full score of 1814 in three numbers: Tamino's aria, "Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön" (now "So reizend hold, so zaubrisch schön"); the duet of Pamina and Papageno, "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen" (now "Der Liebe holdes Glück empfinden"); and Sarastro's aria "In diesen heil'gen Hallen" (first line identical to both versions). It may be assumed that the respective pages, all representing the "most recent stage" described above, were engraved only after the full score had been issued. It has been argued that Simrock obtained a copy of this version of the libretto from Constanze Mozart and that it represents the original one ( Freyhan: The Authentic Magic Flute Libretto: Mozart's Autograph or the First Full-Score Edition?). The table of contents, however, presents the text incipits of the autograph only. A peculiar detail of the Simrock vocal score, present in the first issue, is the replacement of the famous high Fs in the aria of the Queen of the Night, "Der Hölle Rache," with Ds, causing awkward dissonances. It would seem that this was originally a transcription error, but it was never corrected. The arranger of this score, Friedrich Eunike (1764-1844), was a tenor who had performed the role of Tamino.

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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.

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        Napoleons Proclamation an die Völker Europa`s vor seinem Abzug auf die Insel Elba

      O. O., 1814.. 28 S. Rückenbroschur. Über KVK nur ein Exemplar in der Straßburger Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire nachweisbar (ohne Nennung des Autors). - Sehr seltene Separatausgabe der satirischen Schrift, die Görres zuvor im Rheinischen Merkur 3.-23. Mai 1814 publiziert hatte. Der rhetorisch brillante Text, in dem sich Napoleon fortschreitend als machiavellistischer Dämon demaskiert, wurde von den Zeitgenossen oft als tatsächlich von Napoleon verfasst angesehen. Heute zählt der Text zu immer wieder zitierten Perlen des klassischen Journalismus. - Oben etwas knapp und leicht schief beschnitten.

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        Mangrove Tree

      0 - This watercolor on paper is from a collection of watercolors and drawings that depicts the natural history (flora and fauna) of Guiana, dating to the early 19th century. The collection appears to pre-date the expeditions of Sir Robert Hermann Schomburgk, a German-born explorer for Great Britain who executed geographical, ethnological and botanical studies in various parts of the world in the 1830s and 40s. He traveled to South America, the West Indies, the Dominican Republic and Thailand. Fragments of a manuscript text accompanied these unsigned works of art, suggesting an English author with Guyanese subject matter. Important to note, the colonies of Berbice and the United Colony of Demerara and Essquibo were ceded to Britain in 1814, and unified as British Guiana in 1831. 6.5 x 7.5 in

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        Kurzgefaßte Geschichte der königl. baierischen Stadt Wasserburg. Aus Urkunden und andern guten Quellen verfaßt und nach der Sachen- und Zeitfolge geordnet.

      Wasserburg, Selbstvlg., 1814 - Kl.8°, 80 S., Kart. d. Zeit, handschriftl. Rückenschild, Deckel min. fleckig, etwas berieben, innen 1 Bl m. kleinen Flecken sinst sauber Seltene Stadtgeschichte dieser als Wasserburg angelegten Kleinstadt strategisch günstig in einer Schlaufe des Inn angelegt, die seit dem 11. Jahrhundert in Traditionsbüchern, wie 1085-1088 als Wazzerburch, 1091-1098 als Wazirpurch erwähnt wird. Erste archäologische Funde zeigen bereits eine Besiedlung im 9. Jahrhundert. 600 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The History of Greece / by William Mitford. [ Mitford's History of Greece ]. [Complete in 10 Volumes]

      London : Printed By Luke Hansard & Sons, Near Lincoln's-Inn Fields, For T. Cadell And W. Davies, In The Strand, 1814, Hardback, 1st Edition in this formVery good copies in the original, blind and gilt-bordered aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with contrasting gilt-blocked labels; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 1 pages; Physical desc. : 10 v. ; 23 cm. Subject: Greece - History - Early works. Language: English. Bookplate of Belper to each front paste-down.

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        The History of Greece: 8 volumes

      T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1814, Hardcover, Book Condition: GoodEarly complete set of Mitford's great history of Ancient Greece. A slightly later half leather binding with an interesting colour scheme. Polished blue calf with olive green and maroon compartments. Raised bands with blind-stamped vine motif. Marbled page edges. 8vo. Occasional minor spotting, predominantly to frontis. One or two chips and tears but no loss to text. Small nicks and markings to covers. Overall contents are clean and prim. Binding is sound. A very pleasing set in tight condition, Book

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        An Impartial and Authentic Life of Alexander, Emperor of Russia; From his earliest Age to his departure from England Particularly during the Invasion of his Dominions by Buonaparte A Narrative of his Campaigns: The Sufferings of the French in Russia During Their Retreat An Accurate Description of Moscow; The Invasion of France and Capture of Paris; His Arrival in this Country, Manner he was Received, Places he visited in London and Elsewhere and his final Departure

      London: Printed and Sold by Dean and Munday. [1814?]. First. First edition. Stitched self-wrappers, untrimmed. 60pp. Slight foxing to the wrappers, light wear at the extremities, a pleasing and untrimmed, near fine copy. A review of Emperor Alexander I's career, apparently stimulated by his visit to London after the fall of Napoleon. OCLC locates no copies; COPAC a single copy at the British Library. .

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        The Abolition of the Slave Trade, - a poem, in four parts. Embellished with engravings by the first artists, from pictures painted by R. Smirke, Esq. R.A.

      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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Patronage

      London: for J. Johnson and Co.,, 1814. 4 volumes, duodecimo (168 × 105 mm). Contemporary half calf, smooth spines, red morocco labels, gilt acorn motifs in compartments, marbled sides. Contemporary "Ingleborough" inscriptions (Ingleborough Hall, North Yorkshire) to front pastedowns. Rather worn in places, two headbands visible, spines with some vertical creases, that of vol. I with crack towards foot, still a good tight set. First edition of Maria Edgeworth's longest and most complex novel, which draws on a wide range of sources, including 17th-century English political intrigue and the philosophical quest for a universal language. A rough draft was complete by early 1791, and a revision of the whole accomplished between November 1793 and the following May. As the ultimate dénouement of the published novel (set almost entirely in England) involves a repercussion of the Irish rising of 1798, this dimension of the work may be assigned to Edgeworth's taking the manuscript with her to England in 1799.

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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, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Tales of La Fontaine (two vols.)

      C. Chapple, 66 Pall Mall 1814 - The first English verse translation.Full red leather with gold trim and gold edges all around. Marbleized boards and fly. 16vo.The full compliment of prints seem to be taken from the French Edition as they have French titles.Plates are Black and white. Very slight wear. Tiny spots on one board. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CARTA PRIMERA DEL FILÓSOFO RANCIO EN QUE IMPUGNA a la Española Antigua y no a la Francesa el Discurso del Señor Diputado Argüelles sobre Contribución de Diezmos y Dictámenes de otros varios Señores Diputados que distraen a las Cortes de su principal objeto.

      Imprenta de Padrino, Sevilla 1814 - 14.5x19.5. 5 vols. Retrato en el T. V. Plena piel de época. CARTA PRIMERA (4ª ed. 47pp.)/ Segunda Carta Crítica del. en que a lo Christiano Viejo, hace la apologia del Santo Tribunal de la Inquisición. (Oficina de la Viuda de Comes, Cádiz 1811. 1ª ed. 84pp.) / Tercera Carta Crítica del. en que presenta al Conciso un justo y noble desafío para que impugne sus cartas con razones, y no con injurias, como lo ha hecho en el núm. de 22 de Agosto, título Hipócritas. (Imprenta de la Junta Superior, Cádiz 1811. 1ª ed. 8pp. / Carta Quarta del. Impugnación del dictamen del señor Gordillo, Diputado de Cortes: en que establece las bases del pacto social al gusto de los filósofos de moda. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1813. 2ª ed. 30pp.) / Quinta Carta Crítica del., en que continúa la impugnación del dictamen del Señor Gordillo. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1811. 1ª ed. 26pp. - tanto la BNE como el CCPB citan 38pp.; nuestro ejem. está completo y tiene 26pp.) / Carta Sexta del. en que continuando la impugnación del Sr. Gordillo. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1811. 1ª ed. 22pp.) / Carta Séptima del. en que concluyendo la impugnación. (Carrera y Compañía, Sevilla 1820.) / carta Octava del. en que como catequista enseña al Conciso ciertos puntos de Doctrina Cristiana sobre el título Hipócrita de su artículo de 22 de agosto, e impugna el del impreso La Inquisición sin Máscara (Imp. de los Dos Amigos, Santiago 1813. 2ª? ed. 31pp.) / Carta Nona del ., el Filosofismo presentado sin máscara: o impugnación del seductor e impío escrito titulado La Inquisición sin Másacara. (Imp. de los Dos Amigos, Santiago 1813. 2ª ed. 36pp.) / Carta Décima del. Continúa la impugnación. (Imp. de los Dos Amigos, Santiago 1813. 2ª ed. 30pp.) / Carta Undécima del. La Caridad Cristiana contra El Conciso y Natanael Jomtob. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 54pp.) / Carta Duodécima del. y primera al Jansenismo en la persona de su Procurador General Irenéo Nistáctes. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1813. 2ª ed. 52pp.) / Carta Segunda del. Al Jansenismo. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 46pp. 1h.) / Carta Décima Quarta del., tercera que dirige al Jansensimo. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 28pp.)/ Carta Décima Quinta del., quarta al Jansensimo. (Imprenta de la Viuda de Comes, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 28pp.) / Carta Décima Sexta del., quinta a Irenéo Nistáctes, Procurador General del Jansenismo.(Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 32pp.) / Carta Décima-Séptima del., sexta a Irenéo Nistáctes, Procurador General del Jansenismo.(Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 39pp.) / Carta Décimaoctava del., septima y última a Irenéo Nistáctes, Procurador General del Jansenismo.(Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 35pp.) / Carta Décimanona del. Apologia por los Ilustrísimos Señores Obispos, sacrilegamente injuriados, e impiamente calumniados en varios impresos de Cádiz, por haber pedido al Congreso de Cortes el restablecimiento del Santo Tribunal de la Fé al exercicio de sus funciones. .(Imprenta de la Junta de Provinica (sic), Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 37pp.) / Carta XX del. Prólogo a la impugnación que ha de hacer en las siguientes al impreso titulado Las Angélicas Fuentes o El Tomista en las Cortes. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 32pp.) / Carta XXI del. en que comienza la impugnación del Diccionario Crítico Burlesco. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 31pp.) / Carta XXII del. Contínúa la impugnación. .(Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1812. 1ª ed. 37pp.) / Carta XXIII del . reflexiones sobre la refornma que se intenta hacer de los regulares, y restablecimineto a sus conventos. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1813. 2ª ed. 34pp.) / Carta XXIV del. Continúan las reflexiones. (Imprenta de la Junta de Provincia, Cádiz 1813. 2ª ed. 38pp.) / Carta XXV del. Continúan las reflexiones.

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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, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Narrative Of Captain O'Brien, R.N. Containing An Account Of His Shipwreck, Captivity, And Escape From France, After Undergoing A Series Of Sufferings Which Lasted For Nearly Five Years. Re-printed From The Naval Chronicle, With ... (Truncated)

      Printed By And For Joyce Gold, At The Naval Chronicle Office, London, 1814, Hardcover (Quarter Leather), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First EditionFull Book Title: Narrative Of Captain O'Brien, R.N. Containing An Account Of His Shipwreck, Captivity, And Escape From France, After Undergoing A Series Of Sufferings Which Lasted For Nearly Five Years. Re-printed From The Naval Chronicle, With Additions By Captain O'Brien [FIRST EDITION PUBLISHED 1814]Book - in Good quarter leather and marble paper boards with paper label to the spine - some surface rubbing to the marble paper and a small piece missing to the edge of the back board and slight rubbing to the extreme edges, slight marking to the leather spine. Contents, Slight loss also some staining and a partial number to extreme top corner of title page. Though conventionally bound at some time before 1851 when the inscription says it was presented to the 'Florence (?) Church Library thethree holes from original 'stab' binding are visible at gutter, not effecting text, also some light age toning and a couple of pages have lost the very extreme top corner, 1cm approximately. Being part of a modest -this being book number 318 apparently- private library probably explains the numbers on the front free endpaper, and the reason for the figure '318' ? to the top corner of the title page. There is also a stamp to the rear free end paper stating 'Cancelled & Catalogued' there are no other signs that this book had ever been in an, albeit private, library as it is otherwise clean and tightly bound. An interesting and not unattractive copy of this scarce Naval memoir from the Napoleonic era. Size: 8.25 inches tall by 5.25 inches. iv, 212 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Ships & the Sea. Inventory No: 8393.

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        Ueber teutsche Freiheit und Vertretung teutscher Völker durch Landstände.

      Leipzig, Baumgärtner, 1814. - 8vo. (2), 46 pp. Appealing contemp. red boards with gilstamped cover borders and label to gilt spine. All edges gilt. Turquoise endpapers. First edition. - Occasional insignificant brownstains. Back cover shows slight sun-fading. From the library of Duke Max in Bavaria (1808-88), father of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Holzmann/Bohatta VI, 309, 7928. Goedeke VI, 231, 17. ADB VI, 736. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hog Hunters Meeting by Surprise a Tiger and Her Cubs

      - A detailed hand-colored aquatint engraving by Edward Orme from his series “Foreign Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes” published in London in 1814. The dimensions of this print are 16 ½” x 23”. William Orme was a talented landscape painter, who exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1797 and 1819. Aquatint with hand coloring by watercolor was the most popular technique for works showing the colors and the varied landscapes and architectural sites of India. Orme issued this beautifully produced group of sporting prints issued in 1814. These vivid prints are based on drawings by popular English artists, such as Samuel Howitt and J.A. Atkinson. The series depict various sporting and hunting scenes from around the world, the Orme sporting prints depicted here are of India. The work gave the British public a first-view of one of the most exotic, mysterious and beautiful places within the Empire. In addition to “Foreign Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes “ and his celebrated “Views of Hindostan”, Orme was involved in several other publications including J. Walker’s “The Itinerant” (1799), Francis William Blagdon’s “A Brief History of Ancient and Modern India” (1806) and F.B. Solvyn’s “The Costumes of Hindostan” (1805). This print is in very good condition overall with some foxing/staining in margins and a small tear to the bottom margin.

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        Pl. No.2. Soldats de l'Armee Russe. [and] Plate No.5 Discipline Militaire du Nord [in duplicate].

      Aaron Martinet Paris -6 1814 - Three etchings with engraving, with fine original publisher's watercolour; #2 cropped along the platemark, one #5 with small creases and one closed tear repaired. From 'Armee des Souverains Allies, annee 1814 [and] 1815', a series "consisting of 13 numbered plates, plus an unnumbered plate of the four allied sovereigns, all designed and etched by Godefroy. They are primarily costume plates, and, although done in Godefroy's semi-caricatural manner, are not caricatures. Most of the plates were announced by Godefroy (rather than Martinet) in the 'Bibliographie de France'. The first five were listed in 1814 (this first plate being in the issue for 2 July 1814), and the first edition gives the year 1814 in the title. [One of the present plates #5 and the plate #2 belong to the first edition, the other plate #5 to the second issue, for 1815.] The final plate, although dated 1815, was issued in January 1816" (British Museum). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Über die angeborenen Fettgeschwülste und andere Bildungsfehler.

      . Landshut, Ph. Krüll, 1814, Folio, IV, 35 pp., mit 2 ganzseitigen Kupferstichen, Pappband der Zeit mit rotem Schild; Titelbnaltt minimal fleckig, schönes, breitrandiges Exemplar.. Erste und einzige Ausgabe! - Phillipp Franz von Walther (1782-1849) begann sein Medizinstudium mit 15 Jahren in Heidelberg. Er wurde später Doktor der Philosophie, Medizin und Chirurgie. Er lehrte Physiologie, Chirurgie und Augenheilkunde an Ludwig Maximilians-Universität in Landshut, die bekanntlich ja später nach München verlegt wurde. - In dem Buch wird die Kranheits und Operationsgeschichte von "Anna Reinerin, von Unterbergkirchen in Baiern, im Jahre 1791 gebohren" einer angeborenen Mißbildung eines Teiles der Haut geschildert. Eltern, Geschwister und fünf schon verstorbene Geschwister waren ohne Mißgestaltung. Die Patientin wurde erfolgreich operiert. Der Arzt gibt ihren Namen und die genaue Adresse an, damit sich jeder Naturforscher und Arzt von dem Erfolg überzeugen könne. Auch der Pfarrer des Ortes, Matthias Sagerer, sei dabei behilflich, sie zu finden. - Im ersten Teil des Buches wird die Krankengeschichte und der Operationsmodus hergestellt. Im zweiten Teil werden ähnliche Veröffentlichungen dieser Art referiert. Das dritte Kapitel heißt: "Über die Entstehung des fettgeschwülstigen Muttermahles". - Die beiden Bilder sind sehr sorgfältig nach der Natur gezeichnet von Dr.Mart. Mynz., gestochen von J.S.Palwert in Nürnberg. - Die Tabula II läßt an einen Naevus naevocellularis giganteus denken. -cf. Franz Ehring, p.121f.

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        A New Edition of Toland's History of the Druids,

      James Watt, Montrose 1814 - 8vo. 434pp. Contemporary faded and stained plain green cloth rebacked in a deeper green cloth with gilt spine titles and rules. A few stains and marginal notes; three bookplates; notes on rear endpapers; repaired tear on C3; else a very good copy. The History of the Druids is followed by Huddleston's copious notes, critical, philological and explanatory. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        View of Sydney in New South Wales (Taken from Bell Mount)

      London: James Whittle & Richard Holmes Laurie, 1814. Engraving on paper, 290 x 430 mm., in fine condition, framed. This fine engraving is by Laurie and Whittle, who were well-known London publishers of maps and charts. In 1814 they published a 'Catalogue of Perspective Views Coloured for the Shew Glass or Diagonal Mirror'. This catalogue comprised topographical views from around the world and included just three engravings of the new settlement in New South Wales - two of Sydney and one of Parramatta. All three prints were based on original watercolours prepared by John Eyre.Although an exact location cannot be pinpointed, this view was probably not as frequently presumed present-day Bellevue - Hill, but taken from the Vaucluse area, looking down the Harbour to the city.The engraving was based on a drawing Eyre originally prepared for colonial entrepreneur Absalom West, who published a series of views of the colony in 1813-14. In all West issued 24 views, of which 14 were after Eyre's original drawings.John Eyre arrrived in the colony as a convict in 1801 and, following his pardon in 1804, received various artistic commissions from Governors King, Bligh and Macquarie. However it is for the views of the east and west sides of Sydney Cove which were published as aquatints in David Mann's, 'The Present Picture of New South Wales in 1811, that Eyre is best known.

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        Mesmerismus. Oder System der Wechselwirkungen, Theorie und Anwendung des thierischen Magnetismus als die allgemeine Heilkunde zur Erhaltung des Menschen. Herausgegeben von Karl Christian Wolfart

      Berlin, Nikolai 1814.. Mit gestoch. Aquatinta-Frontispiz und 6 (2 teilkolor.) gefalt. Kupfertafeln. LXXIV, 356 S. HLdr. d. Zt. Erste Ausgabe. - Hirsch-H. IV, 180; Waller 6506; Tischner, Mesmer 31; Graesse BMP 43. - Wolfart hatte Mesmer im Auftrag der preußischen Komission (unter Vorsitz Hufelands) 1812 in der Schweiz besucht und dabei die Manuskripte in deutscher und französischer Sprache erhalten (und übersetzt). Mesmer fasst "nochmals seine ganze Theorie zusammen und bringt auch noch in mehrfacher Hinsicht Neues ... Der erste Teil handelt von der Physik, worunter auch die Physiologie und sogar die Psychologie abgehandelt wird, der zweite Teil behandelt die Moral. Das Hauptstreben des Buches ist, alles möglichst mechanistisch zu erklären ..." (Tischner). - Ohne den 1815 erschienenen Erläuterungsband von Wolfart. - 5 der 6 Blatt Tafel-Trägerpapier beidseitig mit Marginalien von alter Hand in sauberer, gut leserlicher Schrift. - Gering berieben, insgesamt schönes Exemplar.

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        Culpeper's complete Herbal, to which is now added, upwards of one hundred additional herbs, with a display of their medicinal and occult qualities...

      London, Richard Evans, 1814. 4to (258 x 210 mm). pp. vi, 398, (4), with an engraved frontispiece portrait of Culpeper and 40 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary calf, richly gilt ornamented spine with red label, sides with gilt borders. A very popular herbal of which the first edition was published in 1652 in 12mo.. "Of the astrological herbalists, Nicolas Culpeper stands eminently forward. His 'Herbal', first printed in 1652, which continued for more than a century, to be the manual of good ladies in the country, is well known; and, to do the auhtor justice, his descriprions of common plants were drawn up with a clearness and distinction that would not have disgraced a better pen" (Hunt 711). A well coloured and fine copy of the attractive quarto edition.//B.M.(N.H.) I, p. 405.

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        Southern Provinces of the United States

      London 1814 - Size : 525x630 (mm), 20.625x24.75 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton ; with a Supplement of Interesting Letters, by Distinguished Characters

      Printed by Macdonald and Son, for Thomas Lovewell & Co., London 1814 - TWO VOLUMES BOUND AS ONE 8vo, 273pp.; 264pp., Rebacked preserving period three-quarter leather with marbled boards and end papers. Very Good+ Scarce collection of letters from Lord Nelson to his mistress Lady Emma Hamilton. , The greater part of this edition is said to have been bought up and destroyed., Scarce collection of letters from Lord Nelson to his mistress Lady Emma Hamilton.ìThe publisher, Thomas Lovewell, went bankrupt in 1817 and was forced to put the letters up for sale. They were purchased by Croker acting on behalf of the Admiralty and Government who were anxious that they were kept out of public circulation. Harrison is often cited as the editor but my own research years ago suggests that Oliver (a servant with whom Emma had quarrelled} was the culprit - although Harrison may have been involved too.î quoted from Michael Nash, UK.The supplement in volume II, running from page 107 on, contains letters from Lord Nelson to Miss Horatia Nelson Thomson, Miss Charlotte Nelson, letters from Alexander Davison, Esq. to Lady Hamilton, a letter from Lady Hamilton to Alexander Davison, Esq., a letter from Lady Hamilton to Viscount Sidmouth, letters from Sir William Hamilton to Lady Hamilton, and numerous letters from Sir William Hamilton to Lord Nelson, and finally a number of letters from Lord Nelson to Sir William Hamilton. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Zoological Miscellany, being descriptions of new and interesting animals.

      London, R.P. Nodder & Son, 1814-1817. 3 volumes. 8vo (250 x 155mm). pp. 144; 154, (8); (6), 152, with 150 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary boards (rubbed and a bit worn) A scarce work published as a continuation of Shaw and Nodder's "Naturalists' Miscellany". The beautiful plates are all engraved by Nodder and depict a great number of new species. William Elford Leach (1790-1836) was an English zoologist and marine biologist and assistant keeper of the Zoological Department at the British Museum. "In 1813, when Konig was appointed Keeper of the Natural History Departments, he was given an assistant, William Elford Leach (1790-1836), perhaps one of the more brilliant minds to enter the Museum. In every generation English science has been fortunate in attracting men with intuitive feel for nature who by their gift and enthusiasm infect others and leave their inspiration planted in those who follow. Anyone, who knew Leach and even the greater number who did not, came to revere his memory and example. After over a century and half, in spite of the shortness of his service, he stands out from his contemporaries as a 'profound naturalist'" (Gunther, The Founders of Science at the British Museum p. 49). Many of the plates concern insects, shells and birds. Some foxing and dampstaining mostly affecting the text.//Nissen IVB, 535; Fine Bird Books 87.

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        Some Account of London, Westminster, and Southwark:

      London, for the illustrator,, [1814]. illustrated with portraits, views, historical prints, medals, &c. together with An Appendix and Index. 4 volumes, quarto (296 × 237 mm). Contemporary blue straight-grain morocco, sides with wide borders in gilt and in blind, spine lettered and decorated gilt in compartments, brown endpapers, gilt edges. With 226 engraved plates, maps, plans, views and portraits, of which 21 portraits are hand-tinted soft-ground etchings on thick paper, and 3 engravings are printed in bistre and black. Title-pages printed in red and black. Rubbed, spine bands a little worn, a touch of sporadic foxing to some plates, an excellent set. Limited Extra-Illustrated Edition. First published in 1790 as a single quarto volume with 12 plates, this lavish edition was published in an edition of 175 copies in quarto (and 25 in folio), with the illustrations available separately. To judge from surviving sets, it seems that most purchasers chose sets with the plates inserted, as here. Pennant, being Welsh, had an outsider's eye, but travelled often enough to London to have acquired first-hand knowledge, and his account of the city is written with his characteristic dry wit.

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        Illustrations De L'Afrique Ou Histoire, Moeurs, Usages Et Coutumes Des Africains. Le Senegal. 3 Volumes.

      Paris : Nepveu 1814 - 3 Volume set. 18mo. French. Tomes, 1, 2 et 3. viii, 174p.; 176p; 222p; 29 hand colored plates, 2 folding maps. Bound in contemporary quarter green Moroccan leather over ornate tooled green cloth. Gilt spine. Page ends washed yellow. Good bindings and covers. Wear to extremities. Scattered foxing. Bookplate of Marcellus Schlimovich on inside boards. Stamp of the "Sociedad Hebraica Argentina/Colecolon M. Schlimovich at last leaf. Brunet I, 1226; Gay 233; Colas 1219; Lipperheide 1579; Barbier I. The Engravings of Africans and scenes from Africa in this edition were later used in Shoberl's Africa volumes of Acherman's The World in Miniature series, published in 1821. Additional provenance: "Marcelo ? "Marcellus" ? Schlimovich arrived in Argentina before World War II. He was a bookseller and an antique dealer who was well known in Buenos Aires in the 1940s and 1950s." - Glenn Horowitz. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Charlemagne ou l' Eglise délivrée. Poème épique en vingt-quatre chants. Tome II. Chant Treizieme du cinquantieme au soixante-huitieme jour.,

      Londres, 1814 - 419 Seiten mit einer Karte Buch mit altersbedingten Gebrauchsspuren, Ecken und Kanten deutlich berieben und bestoßen, zwei Ecken zudem nach innen gebogen, Kapitalband fehlt, an Buchrücken fehlt oben und unten stellenweise das Leder, Leder des Buchrückens zudem rissig und an Faltkante offen, Fadenbindung deshalb sichtbar, Bindung am Buchdeckel gerissen, Buchdeckel liegt lose auf, hinterer Buchdeckel fast vom Buchblock gelößt, Papier etwas gebräunt und wellig, die Karte des Frontispiz hat auf fliegendes Blatt und Titelblatt abgefärbt, sonst innen sauber und ordentlich. Das Buch riecht. Sprache: Französisch. W13 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1700 4°, Halbleder mit goldener Deckel- und Rückendekoration, zwei rote Rückenschildchen mit golden geprägtem Rückentitel. Band II. Chant Treizieme du cinquantieme au soixante-huitieme jour. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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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, Hardback, First EditionFinely and uniformly bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title directly gilt-blocked. Spine compartments attractively tooled in gilt. Scattered foxing around the title page and prelim. pages in vol. 1. Some foxing is also evident around some of the plate margins. There is a damp stain on the engraved title page of vol. 2, which is not evident on any following pages. An exceptional set in this condition - scans on request. ; 0 pages; 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].

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