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        Caroline de Lichtfield ou Mémoires d'une Famille Prussienne. Troisième édition originale, tevue et corrigée par l'auteur, ornée de jolies figures et de la musique des romances.

      Arthus Bertrand, Londres, Berthoud et Weatley,, Paris, 1815 - 3 vol. Paris, Arthus Bertrand, Londres, Berthoud et Weatley, 1815. 17,5x10,5 cm. Frontisp., Titelbl., XVI, 236 S.; Frontisp., Titelbl., 270 S.; Frontisp., Titelbl., 236 S., 1 gestoch. Tafel, 7 (recte 6) S. Noten HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentiteln. Die Lausannerin Elizabeth-Jeanne-Pauline Montolieur (1751-1832) widmete sich besonders nach dem Tod ihres zweiten Ehemanns dem literarischen Schaffen. Ihr Werk umfasst vor allem empfindsame Romane, deren Motive sie anderer Literatur entnahm, die aber auch auf lokalgeschichtlichen Ereignissen fussen. Sie war eine produktive Schriftstellerin, die mit 'Caroline de Lichtfield' (1786) und 'Les châteaux suisses' (1816) grosse Erfolge erzielte. Sie übertrug zahlreiche deutsche und englische Romane und schuf 1814 eine französische Version des 'Schweiz. Robinson' von Johann David Wyss. (HLS). - (Name auf Vorsätzen. Sehr vereinzelt schwach fleckig, schönes und dekoratives Exemplar). Sprache: Französisch HLdr.-Bde. der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentiteln. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat]
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        The Naval Chronology; or, an Historical Summary of Naval and Maritime Events, including Authentic Accounts of the Most Remarkable Engagements, in which the British Flag has ever been so eminently Distinguished, also Narratives of the most Dreadful of all Calamities, a Fire at Sea. From the time of the Romans, to the Treaty of Peace of Amiens, with a Copious Appendix. A New Edition Revised and Corrected

      London Egerton Bickerstaff and Richardson 1815 - 5 volumes. 8vo. engraved frontispiece to each volume. a very little browning and foxing, but generally a very clean crisp set. nicely bound in ca. late 19th-century half calf over marbled paper boards. from the library of the Cruising Association with gilt 'C.A.' initials at the foot of each spine, gilt lettering along the spine leather to the front board. book-plate to front paste-downs and small oval blind-stamp to each title-page. one of the corner-stone works for any serious naval history library 1306 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McLaren Books Ltd., ABA, PBFA, ILAB]
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        Goethe's Werke. 20 Bände. Stuttgart und Tübingen, Cotta 1815-1819. 8° (19 x 11,5 cm). Zusammen ca. 7.000 S. Mit einem Stammbaum (gefaltet) und einer Musikbeilage. Dunkelgrünes Halbleder d. Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und goldgeprägten Ornamentlinien auf dem Rücken und den Deckeln.

      Stuttgart, Tübingen: Cotta, 1815-1819. Goedeke IV/3, 8 ff.; Wilpert/Gühring (2) 99; Hagen 20 B. - Die Deckel teils stärker fleckig. Die vorderen fliegenden Vorsätze mit Besitzstempel. - Die beiden Tafeln finden sich in Band 13. - Die zweite bei Cotta erschienene Werkausgabe, die bis zu der Ausgabe letzter Hand (erschienen 1827-1830) die maßgebliche war. - Dekoratives Exemplar im Einband der Zeit und mit tadelloser Innenerhaltung..

      [Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
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        The Complete Angler, or, Contempative Man's Recreation.

      Samuel Bagster, London 1815 - Superbly bound by the renown bookbinder, publisher, painter and 'compleat angler,' Thomas Gosden (1780-1843) in full green straight grain morocco with elegant tooled design including fish, flies, lures and fish baskets on both covers, pine with more inticate and similar motif, al of which Gosden was celebrated; original rose endsheets. The rare Large Paper, Second Edition, with proofs of the many engraved plates and biographical notes inserted by the former owner, Henry Cunliffe (noted collector, 1826-1894, whose bookplate appears on front pastedown). Book also contains the bookplate of John Hely-Hutchinson, also a well-known collector of the period. Illustrated with 50 engravings, including eight full-page copperplate engravings by Audinet after Wale, six by George Greig afer John Linnell, plates of tackle, music, etc. AEG. Binding extremely well preserved with minor bumping and wear to corners, margins of spine. An important binding on a rare edition of Walton's 'Angler.' Gosden, only a few years later, published his own 'Complete Angler.'

      [Bookseller: Edward Nudelman Rare Books]
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        The New Professed Cook, Adapted to the Present Fashionable Varieties, calculated for the Families of Noblemen, Gentlemen, or Citizens; containing upwards of seven hundred French and English practical receipts either for large or small parties . To Which is Added a Short Account of Wines.

      J. Booth, London - Not Dated. Small 8vo. The British Library catalogue suggests that the title, which includes ‘To Which is Added a Short Account of Wines’ was omitted in later editions; and that as this edition not being dated , is the first edition, 1815. The British Library has two incomplete copies. Lacking half title page, if there were any.rebound with a leather spine and marble boards. There is some light foxing throughout, with the occasional pages with heaver foxing.Else in very good condition of a rare book.7 x 4.5 inches [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Roe and Moore]
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        An Illustrated Record Of Important Events In The Annals Of Europe, During The Years 1812, 1813, 1814, & 1815. Comprising A Series Of Views Of Paris, Moscow, The Kremlin, Dresden, Berlin, The Battles Of Leipsic, Etc. Etc. Etc. Together With A History Of Those Momentous Transactions [BOUND WITH] The Campaign Of Waterloo, Illustrated With Engravings Of Les Quatre Bras, La Belle Alliance Hougoumont, La Haye Saint,

      London: Robert Bowyer, 1815-1816. Hardcover. Modern leather reback, original red cloth. Near fine/No Dust Jacket. Folio, Vol. I: 76 pages, [28], [10], AND Vol.II: 34 pages. 48 x 35 cm. Two title pages, Vol. I contains 19 hand-colored aquatint plates, some are folding, and a map (retreat of the French Army) and two facsimiles (signatures and medallion portraits); latter three in black and white. Watermark: J. Whatman, 1811, 1814. Vol. II -- Engraved map, 4 hand-colored aquatints (1 double-page, 2 with 2 images each), and three uncolored plates: Plan of Battle of Waterloo, Portraits of the British and Their Allies, The Royal Family of France. Watermark 1814. With late 19th century related engraved map tipped-in, and related litho view mounted on back blank. There was a third part containing four plates ABBEY calls "of extreme rarity," and surmises Bowyer canceled them when Napoleon escaped Elba. These first two parts present stunning views -- Berlin, Moscow, Paris, Smolensk and Leipsig. ABBEY LIFE, 352 & 354. TOOLEY 97-98. Corners renewed.

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        Chronological Depiction of the Russian history].

      Universitet. tip. Kazan 1815 - Large engraved table (97 x 78.5 cm) cut into 16 sections and pasted on contemporary linen, red silk border; some light spotting, slight soiling of the linen backing. More than a thousand years of Russian history contained in one sheet - a rare and fragile Kazan imprint, which was composed by a professor of Russian history, geography and statistics at the University of Kazan, Ilya Yakovkin (1764-1836). A first version of this table was issued in 1798 in St. Petersburg by the Imperial Academy of Sciences, simultaneously with a small 42-pp. book under the same title. The present second edition of the table divides Russian history into 6 periods, starting with the description of the tribes spread across the territory of the future Russian state before its tablishment in 862. It integrates at the end the most recent eventful and important period up to the Vienna Congress, detailing Alexander I's reign and Napoleon's campaign. It is more updated than the second edition of the booklet issued in 1814. Cf. Sopikov 4481 and SK 8757 for the first edition of broadsheet, of smaller size 78 x 80 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        Rheinischer Merkur. - [1815]. -

      [Koblenz: Heriot] 1815,. rund 800 Seiten. Kart. (steife Broschur), Rückenschildchen mit Signatur von alter Hand, 30,5 x 18,5 cm. Der Band enthält den Jahrgang 1815 des Rheinischen Merkur (2. Januar 1815 bis 29. Dezember 1815) mit den Nummern 172 bis 351 (fehlend: Nummern 186, 200, 267, 268, 284, 292, 298 bis 301, 332 und 346). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, der Rücken an Kopf und Fuß und in den Gelenken etwas rissig; insgesamt etwas fleckig, insgesamt gering eselsohrig; sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn]
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        An Introduction to the Study of Conchology: including Observations on the Linnaean Genera and on the arrangement of M Lamarckk; a Glossary, and a Table of English Names

      LONDON : John and Arthur Arch, 1815 A good copy of the 1st edition of this extremely rare work, with 11 plates, 9 of which are hand coloured. Brookes set out to write for those who wanted to understand Conchology, but who might not have a grounding in natural history. He took care to use english rather than latin names where possible, and to give readers a clear framework for their study. This copy is in a later speckled calf binding with gilt lining and blind stamped decoration to the board edges. The spine has raised bands with gilt lining and gilt stamped decoration. There is a leather title. It is in near fine condition. Page edges are marbled. There is an inked owners name to a preliminary - J Reid Moir. 3rd November 1919 - possibly the Reid Moir who authored 'Antiquity of Man in East Anglia'. The title page has browning and some spotting and an ink mark. The text pages vary between very clean and bright (the majority) to occasional foxing and spotting, to quite heavy foxing in the margins (a section p 71- circa p 90 - affecting margin but not text itself). The plate paper is slightly brown toned but the plates are generally clean and the hand colouring is beautifully done. Each plate has a protective guard.

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        The History And Antiquities Of The County Of Hertford; Compiled From The Best Printed Authorities And Original Records, Preserved In Public Repositories And Private Collections: Embellished With Views Of The Most Curious Monuments Of ... (Truncated)

      Nichols, Son, And Bentley, 1815, Hardcover (Half Leather), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, 1st EditionFull Book Title: The History And Antiquities Of The County Of Hertford; Compiled From The Best Printed Authorities And Original Records, Preserved In Public Repositories And Private Collections: Embellished With Views Of The Most Curious Monuments Of Antiquity, And Illustrated With A Map Of The County, Complete In 3 VolumesAll Volumes Uniformly Bound In Black Half Leather And Marbled Boards. . All Volumes Tightly Bound Without Spine Lean.A Lovely And Important Set. One Of Only About 250 Subscribed Copies, Only A Minority Of Which Are This Large Paper Edition. It Is Not Clear Which Of The Subscribers This Was Printed For. All Volumes With Deckled Page Edges. Description For Volume 1. Publication Date 1815. Some Light Spotting To Prelims. Sl Damge To Front Hinge But Overall Very Solid. Some Leaves With Some Creasing, Probably Extant Since Printing.Two Page County Map With Fold Out To Rightmost Leaf After Subscriber List. 2 Smaller County Maps Within Preface. 32 Other Plates Including East Window Of Rickmersworth Church (Hand Coloured). Xxvii Preface + 526 Pp + 106 Pp Appendices And General Index. Includes Pp 471-2 Which According To Some Authorities Were Canceled. Page 36 In The Apendix Ismis-Printed As 32 (Called For)Volume 2. Some Tanned Leaves. Sl. Foxing To Prelims. 8 Plates. Inc. Hatfield House. 554 Pp + 73 Appendices And Index. Volume 3. Similar To Volume 2 In Condition. Except Pp 97 - 100 Missing. Not Torn Out, So Not Bound In At Outset. 11 Plates Including 2 Hand Coloured, Being Larksfield Roman Antiquities And A Portrait Of Sir Ralph Sadleir. 619 P + 52 Page Index. Extremely Large And Heavy Items At 6-8 Kg Packed Weight Per Volume. Therefore Subject To A Postage Uplift.Size: Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall. Item Type: Book. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Travel & Places; Inventory No: 021268.

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        THE COSTUME OF THE ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS

      R. Havell 1815 - 1st 1815. Very good condition with no wrapper. From the Earliest Periods to the Sixth Century to Which is Added that of the Gothic Nations on the Western Coasts of the Baltic, the Ancestors of the Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Danes. Very large format. 16 x 12". 24 hand-coloured plates. Blue cloth, gilt titles. Library binding. ALthough ex-library there is just one small library stamp to verso of title page and shelf number to base of spine. Inner edge of colour title page is creased. Overall a bright copy. A few foxspots to contents. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA]
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        Wien von seiner übelsten Seite betrachtet. Oder: Welche sind die den Bewohnern Wiens für Gesundheit und Leben vorzüglich gefährlichen, aus den Ortsverhältnissen entspringenden Einflüße; und wie kann denselben vorgebeugt werden? Ein Beytrag zur ärztlichen Erhaltungs- und Sicherheitspflege dieser Hauptstadt. Vielen zur Warnung; andern zur prüfenden Würdigung; allen zum Wohle.

      Vienna, Camesina, 1815. - 8vo. (2), VI, 156 pp. Attractive contemporary Viennese half calf binding with two giltstamped spine labels in red and blue. All edges red. Only edition. - In this rare volume, the biographically elusive Austrian practical physician N. T. Mühlibach describes the dangers to one's health entailed by a Vienna residence: he treats not only illnesses and sanitary issues, but also mentions aspects of public safety such as speed limits, black ice, etc. His treatment of air pollution and noise emissions is remarkably modern. - Slight browning due to paper; altogether a well-preserved, attractively bound copy. From the Viennensia collection of Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Engel. Gugitz II, 8874. Not in Lesky, Wellcome, Waller etc.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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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. Published from the Official Report, and Illustrated by a Map of the Route, and Other Maps. A New Edition, in Three Volumes.

      Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London 1815 - xxvi, 411pp; xii, 434pp; xii, 394pp. Half green morocco over marbled boards, spines with raised bands, decorated and lettered in gold, top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Three maps in volume one (one large folding), three maps in volume two. Previous owners' names on the verso of the front free endpapers and flyleaves, some scattered foxing, short, closed tear to one of the full page maps. A nice, very good+ set. Howes L317. Sabin 40830. ; Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad Bookstore ABAA/ILAB]
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        Die eiserne Hand des Götz von Berlichingen sowohl von Außen als von Innen dargestellt, nebst der Erklärung ihres Mechanismus; ferner einer kurzen Lebensgeschichte des Ritters

      Berlin, Decker 1815.. Mit 2 Kupfertafeln und 2 doppelblattgr. Aquatinta-Radierungen in Sepia. 10 S. Bedruckte Orig.-Broschur. Groß-Folio. Lipperheide Ra 12; Wüthrich 163; Slg. Kippenberg 1636. - Seltenes mechanisch-orthopädisches Werk, von Mechel den gekrönten Häuptern des Wiener Kongresses zugeeignet. - Die Tafeln zeigen das Porträt des Götz von Berlichingen und die Burg Jagsthausen, die Aquatinten die eiserne Hand und ihre Einzelteile. - Wie meist ohne das Widmungsblatt. - Umschlag ohne den Hinterdeckel, Ränder lädiert, etw. fleckig. Die Aquatinten leicht wasserrandig und mit Randläsuren; gebräunt und fleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Select Tracts Relating to the Civil Wars in England, in the Reign of King Charles the First By Writers Who Lived in the Time of Those Wars, and Were Winesses of the Events Which They Describe (2 Volume Set)

      London: R. Wilks 1815 - London; R. Wilks, R. Bickerstaff. 1815. [lxxxii] (815) Small 4to. Fully bound in contemporary brown leather. Gilt decorative bordering and seals on boards. Modern black title stamps affixed to spines with gilt lettering. Marbled endpapers and page ends. Personal library stickers of one, "Frederick William Barry" inside of front boards. tight binding and solid boards. Clean, unmarked pages. Minimal shelf wear. Slight blackening to front board of volume one and top of board on volume two. Minor sunning to spines. Chipping to board edges. Minimal bumping to corners. A sturdy set in good, readable condition.This two volume set provides a comprehensive account of the events of the English Civil Wars, collecting first-hand accounts in the form of letters, editorials and historical documents. Beginning with the causes of conflict, both volumes include a wealth of information on key political figures and significant events. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        SHOKUMON ZUE

      1815 - [DESIGN] Matsuoka Tokikata; Honma Hyakuri. SHOKUMON ZUE. 7 vols., privately published by Hyakuri, apparently from 1815-25, as a completion of work begun by Tokikata in the late 18th, very early 19th century. 19.3 x 26.9 cm, string-bound Japanese-style fukuro toji with printed paper title labels - all bindings match. Hundreds of beautiful color textile designs, reproduced in color woodcut. Nobleman, Ladies, Ceremonial dress, Brocades, Imperial costumes, all are covered. Important and quite scarce, as few sets were produced. Some worming, otherwise the overall condition is very good.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in Great Britain and Wales in a Collection of Select Views

      W. Angus, London 1815 - Sixty-three engraved plates with sixty-four leaves of text (complete). Half calf, smooth spine divided into six panels by gilt triple rules, gilt title to second panel, remaining panels with central gilt device. Front hinge strip-repaired, chipped to spine ends, especially head, gilt rubbed and largely indistinct, corners bumped and worn. Internally some very light browning and off-setting, occasional very light foxing, but generally both plates and text are fairly bright and clean. Two plates bound out of order, but complete. Engraved title (dated 1787), previous owners armorial bookplate (Radstock) to front pastedown. First issued in 1787 in parts, this is the 1815 reissue with the 15 extra engravings. Cox III:178, Brunet I:296 Size: 4to (Oblong) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Veldslag van het Schoon Verbond, op den 18 junij 1815: uit officieele berigten en aanteekeningen van ooggetuigen met kaarten, plans en afbeeldingen

      Amsterdam: Maaskamp, 1815 - sewn card covers (cover title "de Bataille vas det Schoon Verbond met de Marsch en Aval der Franschen etc.") 1p (explanation of the plan) +61pp+3pp+11pp. 2 hand-colored fold-out maps of the battlefield with another fold-out engraving ("Afbeelding van het huis, gezegt het Schoon Verbond ") small portrait engraving of Wellington on the title page; at some early stage tissue was affixed to card covers, tissue now browned and chipped at edges, but card covers remain very good with minimal edgewear; uncut pages. 'Schoon Verbond' is the earliest Dutch translation of the Prussian term 'Belle Alliance,' used for the Battle of Waterloo. It is also the name of the small farm in the Province of Brabant, Belgium (the subject of the engraving) which was at the center of the French position in the battle and Napoleon's headquarters (The British designated the battle 'Waterloo' after the small town where Wellington had his headquarters, thinking that a name calling to mind the enemy command post was unsuitable.) This is an exceptionally clean and stable copy, with virtually no foxing, marks or staining; the maps and engraving are very clean and bright; an exceptionally scarce and desirable piece of Napoleonic history; very few copies are left in private hands, and only a small number in libraries this copy is from the collection of Edward Lathem, longtime director of the Dartmouth College Libraries photos and provenance on request [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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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. Published from the Official Report, and Illustrated by a Map of the Route, and Other Maps. A New Edition, in Three Volumes

      London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1815. Hardcover. xxvi, 411pp; xii, 434pp; xii, 394pp. Half green morocco over marbled boards, spines with raised bands, decorated and lettered in gold, top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Three maps in volume one (one large folding), three maps in volume two. Previous owners' names on the verso of the front free endpapers and flyleaves, some scattered foxing, short, closed tear to one of the full page maps. A nice, very good+ set. Howes L317. Sabin 40830. ; Octavo .

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        Die eiserne Hand des Götz von Berlichingen sowohl von Außen als von Innen dargestellt, nebst der Erklärung ihres Mechanismus; ferner einer kurzen Lebensgeschichte des Ritters.

      Berlin, Decker 1815.. Mit 2 Kupfertafeln und 2 doppelblattgr. Aquatinta-Radierungen in Sepia. 10 S. Bedruckte Orig.-Broschur. Groß-Folio.. Lipperheide Ra 12; Wüthrich 163; Slg. Kippenberg 1636. - Seltenes mechanisch-orthopädisches Werk, von Mechel den gekrönten Häuptern des Wiener Kongresses zugeeignet. - Die Tafeln zeigen das Porträt des Götz von Berlichingen und die Burg Jagsthausen, die Aquatinten die eiserne Hand und ihre Einzelteile. - Wie meist ohne das Widmungsblatt. - Umschlag ohne den Hinterdeckel, Ränder lädiert, etw. fleckig. Die Aquatinten leicht wasserrandig und mit Randläsuren; gebräunt und fleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        [Sammelband mit 51 Stücke für Singstimme und Gitarre und 3 Stücke für Gitarre-Solo]

      . Paris : Meissonnier, Frere, Lemoine, Petibon, Frey, Petit u.a, [ca. 1815-1830]. - ca. 110 S. Gr. 8vo. Mod. Ln. Einige kl. Einrisse.. Enthält Stücke von Meissonnier jeune (27x), Caruli (3x), Pauline Duchambge (4x), Romagnesi (9x), Bruguiere (6x), Brand (1x), Jacques Stunz u.a. Viele Stücke mit attraktiver Titelillustration.

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        Histoire de la Médecine, depuis son origine jusqu'au 19ème siècle. COMPLET EN 9 TOMES.

      DETERVILLE - DESOER Th. / BECHET - GABON 1815 - RO80140608: XXXVI + 501 + 519 + 426 + 455 + 638 + 585 + 362 + 498 + 485 pages. Titre, tomaison, fleurons et roulettes dorés sur dos lisses. Tranches marbrées. Quelques épidermures sur le cuir. Petits manque de cuir sur les plats, du 3e tome. Traduite de l'allemand sur la 2nde édition, par A.J.L. JOURDAN (1ère traduction française) In-12 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        General Nap turned Methodist Preacher, A New Attempt to Gull the Credulous; Dedicated to Mr. Whitbread.

      London c.May 1815 - Broadside, tall folio, hand-coloured engraving by George Cruickshank, letter press text beneath, printed one side as issued. A Satire on Napoleon's promises made after his flight and return from Elba. His Proclamations and Promises were made in an attempt to conciliate the Republicans, but in particular to appease the English by promising to abolish the Slave Trade- hence the dedication to Whitbread. He also promised that France should have a Constitution.BM.No. 12546 Cohn 1150 Reid 177

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        Circular. Desde que D. José Artigas vió recompensados pródigamente sus primeros trabajos y apenas llego al ultimo grado con que podia ser distinguido.

      Imprenta de Niños Expòsitos, Buenos Ayres 1815 - 2 pp. 4to. 1 leaf. Signed in ink by the author, with his rubric; dated Marzo 30 de 1815. Furlong provides an image of the second page. Buenos Ayres was worried as respect for Artigas and his ideas grew and desertion and discontent were speading. OCLC shows two copies: JCB and BN Chile. Furlong IV, 3166. Zinny: Bibliografía histórica p.127, No. 12. Faint marginal stain in one corner else a very good copy with a horizontal crease, light edgewear. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Fortepiano-Schule [Subtitle]: oder Anweisung zur richtigen und geschmachvollen Spielart dieses Instruments nebst vielen praktischen Beyspielen und einem Anhange vom Generalbass Siebente sehr verbesserte Auflage... Mit einer Kupfertafel

      Leipzig Carl Friedrich Peters [1815]. Oblong quarto. 19th century dark tan mottled calf-backed marbled boards. 1f. (title), [iii]-iv (preface), [v]-[vi] (introduction), 359, [i] (blank) pp. With fine engraved frontispiece illustrating various views of the pianoforte, including the hammer action mechanism and musical examples throughout. Binding quite worn, rubbed, bumped, scuffed and shaken; hinges tender; spine chipped at head and foot with minor loss. Slightly browned abnd foxed; annotations in pencil to pp. 18-67; some leaves trimmed at upper margin just affecting running head; last leaf creased; minor imperfections. A very good copy overall.. OCLC (one copy only, at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich). Müller was a German conductor, flautist, keyboard player and composer. "In 1800 he became assistant at the Thomaskirche to the aging Kantor J.A. Hiller, whom he succeeded in 1804. He continued the concerts begun by Hiller at the Thomasschule and the church, and in them he conducted several of Bach's cantatas, probably for the first time since the composer's death. In 1810 he left Leipzig to become musical director of the Weimar court orchestra and court opera..." "[He] was a capable organist and keyboard player as well as a proficient flautist. Goethe, who always had difficulties with the opera in Weimar, valued him as an energetic Kapellmeister... The starting-point for his compositions was Mozart, whose influence is predominant in the early works... Müller did much to propagate the works of Mozart and Haydn: in addition to performing their works he prepared piano arrangements for Breitkopf & Härtel and assisted that firm as an adviser and co-worker in the publication of their first complete editions. Beethoven wrote to Breitkopf (3 September 1806) that he held Müller in high esteem as an artist. Müller's pedagogic works had a great influence in his lifetime. Besides a guide to Mozart's keyboard concertos and tutors for the flute and keyboard, he published a Klavier- und Fortepiano-Schule (1804) as a revised, much enlarged sixth edition of Löhlein's Clavierschule..." Gunter Hempel in Grove online

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        Le Censeur,ou Examen Des Actes et Des Ouvrages Qui Tendent a Detruire Ou a Consolider La Constitution De l'etat.

      Bureau De L'administration, Paris 1815 - Nouvelle edition revue et corigee.Plein cartonnage dos lisse.A partir du T2 les auteurs sont MM. Comte et Dunoyer et l'edition "chez Mme Marchand a Paris"L'ensemble de 6 vol. numerotes de 1 a 7 est bien complet; le T6 fut saisi et detruit par Fouche.Pieces de titre en maroquin rouge. Size: 14x22 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Paris, 6. Januar 1815.. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Briefkopf "Conservatoire Royal de Musique". Kleine Einrisse.. An den Innenminister Herzog von Montesquiou-Fezensac (1759-1832) wegen des Gehalts des Sekretärs Vinit vom Konservatorium: "[ ] Depuis l'origine du conservatoire tous les artistes ont ete temoins du zele de M. Vinit pour le bien de l'Etablissement, aucun ne peut avoir a se plaindre de lui, tous attesteront son Exactitude au travail et sa probite, enfin sa conduite dans sa famille est la plus incontestable garantie de l'interet qu'il doit inspirer aux honnetes gens [ ]". - Mitunterschrieben von den "administrateurs" des Konservatoriums Berton, Catel, Mehul und Saint-Prix.

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        The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of The British Islands, from the Earliest Periods to the Sixth Century; To which is added, that of the Gothic Nations on the Western Coasts of the Baltic, the Ancestors of the Anglo-Saxons and Anglo Danes.

      ondon: Printed by William Bulmer and Co Shakspeare Press Published by R Havell : First edition 1815 - folio, (36 x 27cm), [x], 59pp., fine colour frontispiece and 24 finely engraved aquatint plates, all edges blocked in gilt, some old staining to blank endpapers mainly affecting the outer edges with some occasional very light old stains to extreme outer margins of final two leaves (unaffecting text in anyway), bound in handsome full dark green straight-grained morocco, with thick gilt decorative roll tool window and offset with blind embossed roll tooling together with inner gilt floral borders, fine gilt decorated spine in compartments with 5 slightly raised bands. A most handsome binding with some occasional rubbing on extremities. A generally VG copy with the text and plates in clean condition of this classic English colour plate book covering the history of British and Irish costume from the earliest period to the sixteenth century. Abbey Life (First edition) 427 ‘All plates have at the bottom a small coloured engraving of an archaeological object.’Tooley pp.266-6; Prideaux 321, 344; Colas No. 2051; Brunet III 1692; Prideaux, pp. 321-3. 'So far as our own country is concerned, the most important and in their way epoch-making books on costume were those of Charles Hamilton Smith and Samuel Rush Meyrick, written as they were from the point of view of the antiquary and scholar'. Depicting amongst other things, Bardic Scholars, a Judicial Druid, the Grand Conventional Festival of the Britains at Stonehenge, Costume of the Pagan Irish, Costume of a Pagan Saxon Chief, etc. This was one of a number of books that had been inspired by William Stukeley's work on Stonehenge, which had brought Druids and ancient Britons to the forefront of the romantic imagination. The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the British Islands and other works developed Stukeley's ideas within a strongly patriotic framework. The pictures of ancient Britons in these publications show a mixture of influences. In part they resemble the images of native Americans that appeared in early travel literature, but the figures are in poses like those of the classical gods that travellers saw in Greek and Roman sculptures while on the Grand Tour. In addition, they are shown wearing the ornaments and weapons that antiquaries were discovering and publishing in the Society of Antiquaries' journal Archaeologia and elsewhere. Bronze swords and rapiers, as well as torcs, socketed axes, and gold lunulae and brooches all appear in these imagined recreations of life in ancient Britain.The speculation about the clothing of the early Britons and how they used the various objects is typical of these works. Smith's fanciful images include 'A Briton of the Interior' standing before an earthwork fort, tattooed Maaeatae and Caledonians from North Briton in front of a cromlech, and various Druid priests and bards. His speculations were based on earlier research by Meyrick. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Breton's Praise of Virtuous Ladies. Edited by Egerton Brydges

      Kent: Private Press of Lee Priory by Johnson and Warwick, 1815 - A lovely Hayday binding housing a regular copy and then another copy of the text, unique on India paper. An earlier cataloguer has conjectured that this was possibly Egerton Brygdes' own copy (LEE PRIORY PRESS) First edition. ONLY COPY ON INDIA PAPER; and the other copy one of an edition of 80 copies. 2 copies in one volume vols., 12mo. [x],38; [x], 38 pp. Second copy printed on india paper (one side of leaf only). Contemporary pebbled green morocco, boards with double leafy borders within gilt rules, a.e.g., by Hayday. Fine. Ransom p. 337, #21 (citing 1 copy on India) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Archaica. Containing a Reprint of Scarce Old English Prose Tracts. With Prefaces, Critical and Biographical.

      London: From the Private Press of Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Browne. 1815 - FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. 2 volumes. 4to, 280 x 214 mms., pp. [viii], x [xi text, xii blank], 68, [iii - xvii [xviii blank], [iii], x - xxiii [xxiv lbank], 78, [viii], [iii] - viii, 24, [vii], iv - vii [viii contents], 16, v [vi blank], [7] - 37 [38 blank], xi [xii blank], 168; [xi], vi ,2, [8], 69 [70 colophon], [vi], 234 [235 blank, 236 colophon], 29 [30 blank], xxiii [xxiv blank], vi, [7] - 110, including half-title in volume 1, engraved vignette on title-pages, recently rebound in half dark plum morocco, title in gilt on spines, marbled boards; ex-library with the library stamp in blind of Wigan Public Library on title-pages, but barely visible. A fine set. As the erratic pagination suggests, these reprints were issued serially, and Brydges (1762–1837) was assisted in his antiquarian endeavours by other scholars, e. g., Thomas Park and Joseph Haslewood. Dibdin in The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature claims that only 200 copies were printed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire de la vie privée des françois depuis l'origine de la nation jusqu'à nos jours.

      - Paris, Simonet, 1815, 3 volumes in-8° ( 12.5 x 21 cm. ), VI+448 pp., 431 pp. et 481 pp. + 1 p. d'errata, plein veau glacé d'époque, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, roulette sur les coupes, monogramme à froid sur les plats "DO" surmonté d'une couronne comtale, ( Aimée Carvillon des Tillières, comtesse puis marquise d'Osmond ? ), ex-libris Ponchartrain sur les contre-plats, reliures frottées surtout aux mords, quelques rares rousseurs éparses. L'édition originale date de 1782, cette nouvelle édition comporte des notes, corrections et additions par J.B.B. de Roquefort. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        New Jersey Merchant's Original Ledger 1815 - 1823: Mark Thomson's Ledger. (Sussex County vicinity)

      Sussex, NJ, 1815, Hard, Book Condition: Good, 1stSize: Folio, Original folio manuscript ledger book, bound in leather of a Sussex County vicinity merchant. 8 ½" x 13", several hundred handwritten pages, with the bulk of entries on multiple pages from 1815-1818. Cash, flour, corn, whiskey, sundries, mill, beef, clams, flannel, wood, pork, mutton, grain, grinding, brass kettle, hogs, carting, buckwheat, salt, hay, oats, bricks, shingles, shoes, pine tub, leather. Accounts listed for Moses Snover, Jacob Kishpaugh, Moses Ball, Isaac Coursen. George Wildrick. Fully named idividuals listed of the following surnames: Atlec, Anderson, Armstrong, Ayers, Bonham, Bowlby, Buntin, Butts, Cammel, Cook, Dangler, Dudder, Edwards, Emmons, Green, Hankinson, Hawk, Hull, Hunt, Johnson, Koker, Kunckle, Lanning, Mann, Middleswarth, Moot, Mushback, Osborn, Robins, Ryman, Sears, Sharrah, Simmons, Stout, Swarts, Swisher, Vananken, Vancampen, Wass, Wildrick, Willson, Wintersteen, Wood, Woodruff, many others. Covers have trapezoid cutouts through the boards, few pages removed and are lacking, creasing to first 8 leaves. Good.

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        Reports of the Missionary Society from its Formation, in the Year 1795, to 1814, inclusive. Reprinted from the Original Reports. Volume the first.

      London, Printed for the Society. By J. Dennet, Leather Lane, o. J. (um 1815). - Erste gedruckter Erfahrungs- und Tätigkeitsbericht der 1795 gegründeten Missionary Society (später: London Missionary Society). Das interkonfessionelle Missionswerk der „Society", dem vorwiegend Presbyterianer und Anglikaner angehörten, begann seine Arbeit 1797 zunächst im Südpazifik mit der Errichtung von Missionsstationen in Tahiti, Tonga und Marquesas. 1799 wurde die Missionstätigkeit auf Afrika und hier im besonderen auf die Kapregion sowie das heutige Botswana und Simbabwe ausgeweitet. Weitere Missionsschwerpunkte wurden im Verlaufe des 19. Jahrhunderts die Karibik sowie insbesondere China. de 1500 Der Band in vorzüglichem Zustand, Leder nicht berieben, noch frisch wirkend, Ecken kaum bestoßen. Lediglich Bezugspapier des Hinterdeckels mit kleiner Abriebstelle. Seiten sauber und nahezu fleckenfrei. In toto sehr gutes, frisches Exemplar dieses ersten Tätigkeitsberichtes der Missionary Society, in dem sich die Gründungsphase und ersten Missionsschwerpunkte der Society widerspiegeln. Sonst, soweit feststellbar, nirgends erhältlich. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (Rubrik: Fachliteratur: Kirchengeschichte) 6 Bl., 529 S. 1 Bl. Original-Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Buchdeckel in weiß-blauer Marmorierung und mit Lederecken. Unterer Buchrücken mit Bibliothekssignatur der Landessuperintendentur des Fürstentums Lauenburg.

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        Original Watercolour Portrait of Lovelace by Tayler After the Painting by Alfred Edward Chalon

      [no date]. () Fine. A three-quarter length watercolour portrait of Lovelace, approx. 230 X 190mm, showing her as a young lady, facing half left, her hair in large ringlets either side of her face and adorned with ribbon and flowers, wearing a blue decolleté dress and diaphanous shawl, white gloves, and carrying a closed fan; signed to lower right “Edward Tayler”; velvet mounted, in a contemporary ormelu frame, glazed. Ada, Countess of Lovelace, was the world’s first computer programmer. Born Augusta Ada Byron on 10 December 1815, she was the only legitimate child of the poet Lord Byron and his wife, Anne Isabella Milbanke, Baroness Wentworth. Lord Byron departed England for good a few months after her birth, and Ada was raised entirely by her mother, who encouraged her in the study of mathematics. Her remarkable mathematical abilities were soon recognised by her tutors and she was introduced to, and able to hold her own with, many eminent scientists of her day. In 1833, aged seventeen she met Charles Babbage, who referred to her as “The Enchantress of Numbers”. Babbage introduced Ada to his first calculating machine, the difference engine, and her interest in mathematics was transformed from a duty to a joy. She attended lectures about the engine, examined the plans, studied and taught mathematics, and became part of the same social circle as Babbage. In 1842 Babbage lectured in Turin on his second, and programmable, machine, the Analytical Engine, which could be instructed to perform operations in any sequence. The lecture was written up in French by Luigi Menabrea, a young Italian engineer, and Babbage asked Ada to translate this paper into English with annotations - her notes exceeeded the translation in length! Babbage’s engine is today regarded as an early computer model, and Ada’s notes as “a clear description of the programming and the theoretical possibilities of the machine” (Randell). In one note she describes an algorithm for the analytical engine to compute Bernoulli numbers, a suggestion now considered to be the first algorithm ever specifically tailored for implementation on a computer. In 1980 the US Defense Department named a computer language Ada in her honour. Since 1998, the British Computer Society has awarded a medal in her name. In 2011, October 7th was proclaimed ‘Ada Lovelace Day’. This portrait of Ada, by the society painter Edward Tayler, derives from the celebrated painting by Alfred Edward Chalon, made from life when Ada was twenty-three. The original by Chalon is in private ownership; engravings based on his portrait come onto the market from time to time. Tayler’s accomplished and ‘worked-up’ version of the painting probably derives from the mid- to late nineteenth century, and its location was unknown until it came onto the market only recently. Tayler’s portrait has since its discovery been displayed at last year’s Grolier Club exhibition 'Extraordinary Women in Science & Medicine: Four Centuries of Achievement'.References: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography s.v. ‘Byron, (Augusta) Ada’; Brian Randell (editor), the Origins of Digital Computers (1982, p. 14 et passim); Ronald K. Smelzer et al. Extraordinary Women in Science & Medicine (The Grolier Club, 2013, pp. 121ff.).

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        A Spelling Book, formed upon an easy, systematical plan, and designed for small children and beginners

      Windsor[, Vermont]: Printed by Oliver Farnsworth, 1815 - In referring to Bradley's "An Improved Spelling Book," similar in format to this one and published the same year, Nietz informs us that "this book was different from many others in several respects. First, Bradley frankly acknowledged that 'the extracts have been taken from Webster, Wood, Picket, Alden, Bingham, Flint, Murray, Hubbard, Fordyce, Walker, the American Gentleman's Pronouncing Dictionary, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Morse, and Dr. Blair [all authors of spellers].' A second different feature was that all of the content, other than the spelling words, was presented in catechetical form" (Nietz) First Edition. Small Square 8vo. . Wonderful original printed steel blue paper over wooden boards. Spine nearly gone, wear to boards, but internally good with some darkening and mostly marginal dampstaining. In pale blue-green cloth case with black spine label, gilt. McCorison, Vermont Imprints, #1717; American Imprints 34198; Not in Welch; Nietz, Old Textbooks, p. 20 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hebrew Melodies

      T. & J. Swords, New York 1815 - First New York edition. Edges browned and some leaves separated, thus good or better in good, stained early wrappers. Byron's "She Walks in Beauty" made its first appearance in this collection, of which early American issues are uncommon. *Shaw & Shoemaker* 34265. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Works of the Right Hon. Lord Byron (4 volumes)

      John Murray, London, 1815, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, various4 volumes in matching red leather bindings with gilt decoration. Volume 1: Spine of Vol. 1 reads Byron's Works, Vol I, Childe Harold Canto 1,2, & 3, first title-page reads The Works of the Right Hon. Lord Byron in Two Volumes, Volume I, 1815, the second title-page of this volume reads Childe Harold's Pilgimage, A Romaunt and Other Poems by Lord Byron, Tenth Edition, 1815, contents are: Childe Harolde's Pilgrinage Canto I; Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto II; Notes to Canto I; Notes to Canto II, Poems - I Written in an Album, II To ***, III & IV Stanzas, V Written at Athens, VI Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos, VII Song, VIII Translation of a Greek War Song, IX Translation of a Romaic Song, X Written beneath a Picture, XI On Parting, XII To Thyrza, XIII Stanzas, XIV To Thyrza, XV Euthanasia, XVI & XVII Stanzas, XVIII On a Cornealian Heart which was Broken, XIX To a youthful Friend, XX To ******, XXI From the Portuguese, XXII Impromptu in Reply to a Friend, XXIII Address on the opening of a Drury-lane Theatre, XXIV To Time, XXV Translation of a Romaic Love Song, XXVI A Song, XXVII Origin of Love, XXVIII Remember Him, XXIX Lines Inscribed upon a cup formed from a skull, XXX On the Death of Sir Peter Parker (pages 1-265), Childe Harold's Pilgrimage Canto III (Pages 1-64), Appendix, Romaic Books and Authors, Specimens of the Romaic (pages 267-302), notes to Canto III (pages 67-79) (includes 3 plates). Volume II: Spine reads: Byron's Works Vol II, Childe Harold Canto 4, first title page reads The Works of the Right Hon. Lord Byron in two volumes, Vol II 1815, second title-page reads Childe Harold's Pilgimage, Canto the Fourth by Lord Byron 1818 (no edition given), Contents are: Childe Harold's Pilgrimage - Canto IV, Notes; Poems - Romance muy doloros del sitio y toma de Alhama, el qual dezia en Aravigo assi, Translation, Per Monica - Sonetto di Vittorelli, Translation. Volume III Spine reads: Byron's Works Vol III Giaour Bride Corsair Lara, First titlepage read the Works of the Right Hon. Lord Byron in Two Volumes Vol II (added by hand to show III) 1815, 2nd titlepage reads The Giaour a fragment of a Turkish Tale by Lord Byron, the fourteenth edition 1815, poem on pages 1-75 includes 2 plates and notes), 3rd titlepage reads The Bride of Abydos, a Turkish Tale by Lord Byron, eleventh edition 1815, poem on pages 1-71 Iincl. 2 plates and notes), 4th titlepage reads The Corsair, a tale, by Lord Byron, ninth edition, 1815, dedication to Thomas Moore Esq pages v-xi, poem and notes pages 1-104 (2 plates), Poems pages 105-112, 5th titlepage reads Lara, a tale by Lord Byron, fifth edition, 1817, poem and notes pages 1-76, two plates. Volume 4, spine reads Byrons Works Vol IV Seige Parisina, Prisoner Ode, Melodies, Monody, Manfred, Tasso, Beppo, 1st titlepage reads the Works of the Right Hon. Lord Byron in Two Volumes, Vol I (amended by hand to IV), 1815, 2nd titlepage reads The Seige of Corinth, a Poem, Parisina, a Poem, third edition 1816 (pages 7-89) plus notes, 3rd titlepage reads The Prisoner of Chillon and other Poems by Lord Byron, 1816 (no edition given), contents are: Sonnet on Chillon, the Prisoner of Chillon, Sonnet, Stanzas to--, Darkness, Churchill's Grave, The Dream, the Incantation, Prometheus, Notes, (pages 1-60), 4th titlepage reads Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte by Lord Byron thirteenth edition 1818 (pages 9-17), 5th titlepage reads Hebrew Melodies by Lord Byron 1815 (no edition given) (pages 3-53), 6th titlepage reads Monody on the Death of the Right Honourable R B Sheridan Spoken at Drury Lane Theatre by Lord Byron, New Edition, 1818 (pages 5-11), 7th titlepage reads Manfred, a dramatic poem by Lord Byron, 2nd Edition, 1817 (pages 7-80), 8th titlepage reads The Lament of Tasso by Lord Byron sixth edition 1818 (pages 7-18), 9th titlepage reads Beppo, a Venetian Story by Lord Byron, sixth edition 1818 (pages 1-51) (blank pages are not listed above).Covers are clean and bright, edges are a little rubbed, binding is sound, pages are a little darkened but clean, plates have protective darkened tissue. heavy set of volumes, may incur additional delivery charges. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Inventory No: 7053-8499.

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        Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (Berlin 14. 09. 1769 - 06. 05. 1859 Berlin). Dt. Naturforscher mit weit über die Grenzen Europas hinausreichendem Wirkungsfeld. Brustbild im schraffierten Rahemn, als junger Mann,.

      . Lithographie v. B. van Hove, um 1815, 20,3 x 17,3 (H) - Blattgr. 38,5 x 27cm. Inkunabel der Lithographie, Winkler 357, 14. - Sehr schönes Porträt, wohl auf dem vollen Bogen. - Selten. Humboldt wurde zum Mitbegründer der Geographie als empirischer Wissenschaft. Seine Forschungsreisen führten ihn nach Lateinamerika, in die USA sowie nach Zentralasien. Wissenschaftliche Feldforschung betrieb er u.a. in den Bereichen Physik, Chemie, Geologie, Mineralogie, Vulkanologie (Überwindung des Neptunismus), Botanik (Geobotanik), Vegetationsgeographie, Zoologie, Klimatologie (Isothermen), Ozeanographie und Astronomie, aber auch zu Fragen der Wirtschaftsgeographie, der Ethnologie und der Demographie.

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        A New Universal Dictionary of the Marine : Being, a Copious Explanation of the Technical Terms and Phrases Usually Employed in the Construction, Equipment, Machinery, Movements, and Military, As Well As Naval Operations of Ships

      T. Cadell 1815 - 4to, modern buckram cloth binding. Good binding. Collated. xv, 707, 87 pages. With 25 plates (7 double-page). Generally very good internally. Scattered light foxing. Stamps on title page. Illustrated with a variety of modern designs of shipping, &c., together with separate views of the masts, yards, sails, and rigging ; to which is annexed, a vocabulary of French sea-phrases and terms of art, collected from the best authorities ; originally compiled by William Falconer ; now modernized and much enlarged by William Burney. Handsome seahorse book plate of Arnold on front paste down. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lives of Edward and John Philips, Nephews and Pupils of Milton

      London - Longman et al. 1815 - Cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. First edition and a scarce book, which is illustrated with two lovelyengraved portraits. This rarebook is an ex library copy and is therefore priced accordingly. Lives of Edward and John Philips,Nephews and Pupils of Milton. Including various particulars of the literary and political history of their times. By William Godwin. To which are addedI. Collections for the life of Milton. By John Aubrey, printed from the manuscript copy in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford. II. The life of Milton. By Edward Philips. Printed in the year 1694. William Godwin (3 March 1756 7 April 1836) was an English journalist, political philosopher and novelist. He is considered one of the first exponents of utilitarianism, and one of the first modern proponents of anarchist, or at least minarchist, philosophy. Godwin is most famous for two books that he published within the space of a year: An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, an attack on political institutions, and Things as They Are: The Adventures of Caleb Williams, which attacks aristocratic privilege, but is also virtually the first mystery novel. Condition: The binding is firm, but both covers are detached though present. There is some wear to all the extremities. The spine is chipped with loss, and the boards are also chipped and sunned. There is a library reference number to the spine. Internally the book is bright apart from some occasional spotting and some offsetting from the plates. There is a library stamp to the first front blank end paper, to the rear of the frontispiece,and to the title page only. There is a small closed tear to the edge of page 257 that does not affect the text, and a pencil reference numberto the rear of the title page. The first front blank end paper is also chipped and becoming detached at the bottom of the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Harry Graf zu Solms Baruth.

      - Gouache auf Papier, ca 1815, 22,5 x 28,5 cm Wunderschönes Portrait von Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig, Graf zu Solms-Baruth (1795-1879) als Dandy des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts. Friedrich Heinrich war ein Sohn von Friedrich Carl Leopold zu Solms-Baruth und Georgina von Wallwitz. Er war ein preußischer Standesherr und Politiker und Kommendator des Johanniterordens. Auf altem Papier aufgezogen, Papier unten mit kleinen Einrissen, unten Schrift, insgesamt gut erhalten.

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        FUERO JUZGO EN LATIN Y CASTELLANO COTEJADO CON LOS MAS ANTIGUOS Y PRECIOSOS CODICES

      Impressor de Camara S. M. - Madrid. Real Academia Española. 1815. XLIV+231Pág+ 1 bello grabado de época. Levemente fatigado. 35X23. Rústica con cubiertas originales. Precioso ejemplar. Ref A 6. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Grounds of an opinion on the policy and restricting the importation of foreign corn : intended as an appendix to "Observations on the Corn Laws" / by the Rev. T. R. Malthus

      London : Printed for John Murray, Albemarle Street; and J. Johnson and Co. St. Paul's Church Yard, 1815, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionGood copy in the original wrappers bound in later (19th century) aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt-blocked black leather label to the spine. Spine bands and panels edges somewhat dust-dulled and rubbed as with age. Previous owner's notes/annotations attached to back of title page. Scattered marginal foxing. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 48 pages; Description: 48p. 23cm. Subjects: Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834. - Observations on the corn laws. Corn laws (Great Britain). Grain trade - Great Britain. Corn - Prices - Great Britain. Agriculture - Economic aspects - Great Britain. Publisher's 8 page catalogue to the rear and dated February, 1815. Spine title reads: Malthus - Import of Corn - 1815.

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