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        The Adventures of Doctor Comicus or the Frolicks of Fortune

      No 13, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, London: B Blake, 1815 A comic satirical poem for the squeamish & the queer. In twelve cantos, by a Modern Syntax. In contemporary green quarter cloth with brown boards, corners and edges a little bumped and worn. Spine has title in black ink on worn white paper label, edges bumped and worn. Internally, ink name to fpd, coloured frontis and additional engraved TP with hand coloured image, engraved title page, (2), 269 pp, + the 15 brightly hand coloured plates by Rowlandson, text block edges uncut, printed by J McGowan and Son, Great Windmill Street. A very nice copy of an important colour plate book, untouched! Abbey Life 254. Tooley 238. Prideaux 334) No matter how much Combe earned from his various publications, however, he always spent more. He died, still in debt, at his Lambeth Road address on 19 June 1823. The obituary in The Times the next day stated that: [h]e was a gentleman who, in the course of this protracted life, had suffered many fortunes, and had become known to so many people in every rank of society, that it hardly seems necessary to draw his character. There was hardly a person of any note in his time, with whose history he was not in some degree acquainted. ODNB.

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        MEMOIRES POUR SERVIR A L'HISTOIRE DE LA REVOLUTION D'ESPAGNE AEC DES PIECES JUSTIFICATIVES PAR M. NELLERTO TOME SECOND

      DE L'IMPRIMERIE DE PLASSAN. PARIS 1815 - BUEN ESTADO. ENCUADERNADO POR EL IMPESOR CON GRANDES MARGENES SIN GUILLOTINAR.403 PP.(REF-D-1529-18-2) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Principles of Practical Perspective; or Scenographic Projection: Containing Universal Rules for Delineating Designs on Various Surfaces and Taking Views from Nature, By the Most Simple and Expeditious Methods

      Samuel Leigh, London 1815 - [2], xviii, 96pp, plates. Later half roan, smooth back divided into six panels by single gilt rule, title label to second panel. Rebacked and recornered, original spine laid down with small amount of loss, bump to head of lower board, inner joints strengthened. Internally some light browning, plates with light foxing and browning to edges and often to images, but tolerably clean. With hand-coloured aquatint frontispiece and fifty uncoloured aquatint plates (as called for). Not in Abbey [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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. Leather Bound. Good. 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.<br><br>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.

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        J. B. Le Blond's Reise nach den Antillen und nach Südamerika, unternommen von dem Jahre 1767 bis zum Jahre 1802, enthaltend: eine historische Uebersicht der Empörungen, der Kriege und der merkwürdigen Thaten, wovon der Verfasser Zeuge geworden ist; ferner neue Aufschlüsse über die Sitten und die Gebräuche der von ihm besuchten wilden Nationen; Nachrichten von den, jedem Klima eigenthümlichen epidemischen Krankheiten, von dem Einfluß der verschiedenen Temperaturen auf Menschen, Pflanzen und Thiere, so wie eine Statistik von den Antillen und von Südamerika; nebst geologischen Untersuchungen über den Urzustand des Erdbodens, über die Veränderungen desselben u. s. f. Nach dem Französischen herausgegeben und begleitet von E. A. W. Zimmermann. Er

      Hamburg, Bohnsche Buchhandlung, 1815. - Reisebericht des französischen Arztes, Naturforschers und Entdeckers Jean-Baptiste Le Blond (1747 - 1815) über seine Reisen nach Südamerika, mit denen er 1767 im Alter von erst 19 Jahren begann. Im Mittelpunkt des ersten Bandes stehen die Inseln Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent und die Grenadinen sowie Grenada. Le Blond beschäftigt sich in seinem überaus anschaulichen Bericht unter anderem mit Fragen der Vegetation und Botanik des Klimas, der Gebräuche fremder Kulturen, der Sklaverei, der Hygiene und Gesundheitsfürsorge. Weitere Bände erschienen nicht. de 1200 Namenszug von alter Hand (Buchwaldt = Geschlecht von Buchwaldt) auf Titelblatt-Rückseite.Sehr gutes, nahezu tadelloses Exemplar des in der Original-Ausgabe sonst kaum noch erhältlichen Werkes, in schönem Handeinband; Seiten frisch und fleckenfrei. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). XXXX, 464 S. (Neuer) Roter Halbleinenband (Handeinband) nach historischen Vorbildern mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Buchdeckel in mehrfarbiger Marmorierung und mit Leinenecken.

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        Battle of New Orleans

      1815 - This 16 1/4" x 19 3/4" black and white engraving depicts Andrew Jackson's defeat of the British forces in the Battle of New Orleans. Mild foxing throughout. 4 1/16" tears in the bottom margin. evidence of erased writing in bottom right hand corner.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        GAZETTE OFFICIELLE - n°1 (14 juillet 1815) au n°81 (27 janvier 1816). (collection complète)

      de l'imprimerie de Mme veuve Agasse, Paris 1815 - Un volume in-4 (25 x 32cm), cartonnage à la Bradel d'époque, pièce de titre, pagination multiple. (frottements au cartonnage, cerne claire en marge d'une centaine de pages mais sans affecter le texte, rares annotations à l'encre). Collection complète des 81 numéros. Exemplaire non rogné. Cachet ancien répété en bas de page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PICTURES OF ENGLISH HISTORY, IN MINIATURE

      London, England: Darton, Harvey, & Darton, 1815. red morocco, title, volume, and five bands gilt-stamped on spine. 101362|101882|101939|102816/PR. Miniature Books. miniature book (6.5 x 5.9 cm). red morocco, title, volume, and five bands gilt-stamped on spine. (ii), 96; (ii), 96 pages. 2 Volumes. (Darton G652 (3); Welsh 4995; Osborne I, 169; Bondy 63; Gumuchian 4110). First published in 1809, reprinted in 1811, 1815, and 1824. Darton notes that this edition, 1815, was published in red morocco and printed pink paper-covered boards. Frontispiece in both volumes, with 96 engraved plates. Darton and Harvey&#39;s "Copyright Book--Trade" attributes text to Priscilla Bell Wakefield (Darton G652(1)). Small puncture at top of spine of Volume I. Light scuffing at edges. Adhesive tape applied to pastedowns and endpapers of both volumes.

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        The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford

      27 - London - Nichols, Son and Bentley, 1815 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An important history of the county of Hertfordshire by Robert Clutterbuck. Complete in three volumes. &#39;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. &#39;Robert Clutterbuck (17721831) was an English antiquary and topographer. He went to Exeter College, Oxford as a gentleman commoner. After graduating B. A. in 1794 he entered Lincoln&#39;s Inn, intending to make the law his profession; but became more interested chemistry and painting (in which he took lessons from James Barry. In 1798 he married Marianne, eldest daughter of Colonel James Capper, and after a few years living at the seat of his father-in-law, Cathays, near Cardiff, Glamorganshire, he took possession of his paternal estate at Watford. He continued to live there until his death, on 25 May 1831. He was a county magistrate and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. Clutterbuck worked on this book for 18 years. The plates were in some cases from his own sketches, and he also had the assistance of Edward Blore and other prominent draughtsmen and engravers. He also published, in 1828, an Account of the Benefactions to the Parish of Watford in the County of Hertford, compiled from Authentic Documents. With a great number of maps and plates, some of them hand-coloured. Volumes I and III collated complete. Volume II is in a different binding and all original plates are missing. Bound in to the rear of volume II, however, are ten plates also found in volumes I and III, including the two hand-coloured plates. These duplicate plates originate from: volume I, pages 37 and 464, and volume III, pages 5, 20, 37, 149, 226, 228, 235 and 285. Page 36 of the appendix to volume I is misnumbered as usual. Pages 471-2 are present in volume I, but were cancelled in later issues according to Upcott (p263). Condition: Volumes I and III are uniformly bound in morocco. Volume II is in a half morocco binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, rather worn. Both boards of volumes I and III detached but present. Internally, firmly bound and brightwith occasional spots and marks. Volumes I and III collated complete. Volume II is in a different binding and all original plates are missing. Bound in to the rear of volume II, however, are ten plates also found in volumes I and III, including the two hand-coloured plates. These duplicate plates originate from: volume I, pages 37 and 464, and volume III, pages 5, 20, 37, 149, 226, 228, 235 and 285. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Naples and the Campagna Felice

      R. Ackermann 1815 - 3/4 leather binding over orange boards. Handsome spine, 6 compartments, raised bands, gilt trim. Front board partially split. In mylar cover. 12 hand color plates, including 2 maps. Clean, unmarked pages. 4, 400 p. 24 cm. Abbey Travel 166; Tooley 419; Rowlandson Grolier Catalogue 30. Thomas Rowlandson's illustrations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NEUE BIBLIOTHEK FUR DIE CHIRUGIE UND OPTHAMOLOGIE

      1815 - LANGENBECK, Conrad Johann Martin, hrsg. NEUE BIBLIOTHEK FUR DIE CHIRUGIE UND OPTHAMOLOGIE. Erster Band(-Dritter Band). Hanover: Bey den Brudern Hahn, 1815(-1822). Volumes 1-3 (only) of four. 19 plates, some folding. Three octavo volumes uniformly bound in contemporary bindings of paper boards, leather spine label, and all edges stained red. This is a collection of surgical and opthalmological essays, abstracts and reviews. the entire series was published in 4 volumes between 1815 and 1828. Ex library; no external marks but a bookplate at front pastedown and ink stamp on title leaf, recto and verso. Bindings show superficial wear at edges. A few plates have light foxing, and a few are starting at the folds. Text is clean. Some of the contributors included are J.F.D. Jones, James Wardrop, Ernst Alban, Thomas Copeland, William Goodlands, Astley Cooper, W.A.I. Schlagintweit, William Lawrence, John Hennen, and Tomaso Volpi. Langenbeck, the editor, who was professor of anatomy and surgery at Gottingen, also contibuted many articles. All articles are in German. Quite scarce.

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        AN ESSAY ON TREES IN LANDSCAPE; or, an Attempt to shew the Proriety and Importance of Characteristic Expression in this Branch of Art, and the Means of Producing it: With Examples

      London: T. Bensley, 1815, 1st edition.. Marbled boards show a little wear, the text is bright and clean - completely free from any foxing and browning. Small circular ink stamp at bottom of title page; overall, a bright, near fine copy.. Pp. (ii), x, 48, + 50 full page plates. Fine half calf with seven raised bands, over contemporary marbled boards with matching newer marbled endpapers, sm folio. The fine plates are superb aquatints and etchings made by the author.

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        1815 New Spain - Mexico ~ document; SIGNED by KING FERDINAND VII 'YO EL REY'

      1815 - 1815 New Spain - Mexico ~ document; SIGNED by KING FERDINAND VII 'YO EL REY' For sale is a document written at the Royal Court in Madrid, Spain dated December 17, 1815. Four pages. 8 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches. This significant document has been signed by hand by the King of Spain Fernando VII. Translated summary of the document reads as follows; There is a Royal Seal. THE KING After having consulted with the Superintendent of Veracruz, Viceroyalty of New Mexico, I have decided that the posts currently vacated in the local office of the Royal Exchequer be filled with men qualified for the positions. The Superintendents should be responsible for these appointments, ensuring that the people who fill these positions have a good reputation. Signed: The Royal Court, 17/12/1815. THE KING. Witness: Esteban Varca. Royal Order to be disseminated among the Superintendents in the Americas and the Philippines for appointments of more than three months. There are three signatures that are not legible. There is a Royal Seal. The General Auditor of North America has been notified. Madrid, 3/1/1816. José Manuel de Guaría. Condition; document is in very good condition with some wear. Please see some of my other antique and highly collectible items currently listed for sale. All items are guaranteed to be 100% authentic. Full satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Please contact us with any questions you might have. Combined shipping available. 598/2

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        The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in Great Britain and Wales in a Collection of Select Views

      London: W. Angus, 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. Reprint. Half Calf and Boards. Good. Illus. by Angus, W.. 4to (Oblong).

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        Laws of the United States of America In Five Volumes

      Philadelphia: John Bioren and W. J. Duane, 1815. hardcover. Good+ . Good+. Ex-library leather bound hardcovers, some foxing within, edge and surface wear, one endpaper of one volume loose. All five volumes are bound in leather with black, red and green bands on the spines and gold lettering. The covers have some scuffing and the first volume has a loose endpaper and cracked front hinge. Interiors are good with the exception of some darkening and foxing. .

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        The London theatre : a collection of the most celebrated dramatic pieces / correctly given, from copies used in the theatre by Thomas Dibdin [complete 26 volumes bound in 13]

      London : Whittingham and Arliss, [1815] - Description: 26 v. : illus.; 12cm. Notes: General title pages dated 1815 throughout; special title pages of plays (with title vignettes) - dated 1814-1825. Most of the plays are preceded by a brief history of the play, dramatis personae, etc. Subjects: English literature -- Drama and theatre -- Great Britain -- 19th century. Very good copies bound in 1/2 vellum over marbled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spine, with gilt decorative tooling. Some surfaces scuffs to boards. Top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 10 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Calendar] Calendrier de touts les Saintes: Avril

      (Paris: Bref de Grégoire XIII, c. 1815). (16)ff. Each page is fully engraved with an illustration showing the designated saint for each day of the month, this one being April. Bondy noted that these calendars, originally produced in twelve-volume sets, are of such great rarity that in thirty years he had seen only one copy of one volume. Exquisitely bound in gilt-decorated green morocco with raised bands and a gilt circular design to the front cover. A fine copy. A.e.g. (MBN 8:4, Bondy 51; See Houghton sale 49, 50). (7/8 by 3/4; 23x20mm).

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        Commentaries on Some of the Most Important Diseases of Children. Part the First

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. G- : in Good condition minus without dust jacket. Damage to spine with some loss. Upper board detached. Title penned to front board. Foxing to prelims. Reps missing. Ex-library from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. 1815. First Edition. Brown half-leather cover over marbled boards. 198pp + ads :: 230mm x 150mm (9" x 6") :: The second part of this work was never produced due to the death of the author .

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        South Window of Tintern Abbey

      London: Burkitt & Hudson, 15 April 1815. Aquatint, coloured by hand. 16 3/8 x 21 1/4 inches. 20 1/4 x 24 3/8 inches. A highly picturesque scene from the interior of one of the most romantic ruins in Europe. Ecclesiastical ruins suited the Romantic Age very well: mysterious, evocative and melancholic, at the same time they suggested a new more natural religion in which the sky formed an infinite roof. Artists, poets and novelists found in these otherwise useless settings appropriate places for the kind of reflections Wordsworth described in "Lines Written a few Miles above Tintern Abbey" in 1798. Tintern Abbey, in Wales in the Wye valley, was founded as a Cistercian monastery in 1131 but the present remains date from the late 13th century. Once the richest Abbey in Wales, its decline began soon after 1536 and the dissolution of the monasteries by King Henry VIII. The wonder of the place is that so much survives after hundreds of years of neglect: this serves as a permanent tribute to the skill of the generations of anonymous designers and craftsmen who built the abbey. Now a national monument, its picturesque atmosphere can still be enjoyed today.

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        Journal of a Tour and Residence in Great Britain

      Edinburgh & London: George Ramsey, 1815 During the Years 1810 and 1811, By a French Traveller with Remarks on the Country, its Art, Literature, and Politics, and on the Manners and Customs of Its Inhabitants. Very Good + condition. 2 Volumes complete, in contemporary full light brown leather, refurbished, with decorative gilt tooling to cover edges. Spines, relaid keeping old, raised bands, gilt tooling, titles in gilt to green leather labels. Internally, marbled endpapers, hinges reinforced, text block edges marbled, plates are dated 1815, ink name to base margin of title pages (Cambermore?).Vol 1, half title present, (xiii), [3], 382 pp, 14 plates (including 2 large pull outs), 9 illustrations within text. Vol 2, half title present, [4], 360 pp, 6 pls, and 6 illustrations within text, printed by George Ramsey and Company, Edinburgh. (Allibone 2106)

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        Hebrew Melodies

      Published by John Murray, London 1815 - , [vi], 53 pages, publishers catalogue at the rear [2], first issue with Roger's Jacqueline advert at the rear, but lacks half title page First Edition, First Issue , spine faded, new endpapers, small piece removed from head of title page, internally clean, book in good++ condition , modern half brown morocco with marbled paper sides, gilt title to spine Octavo, 17 x 10.5 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Werke. 20 Bände.

      Cotta 1815-1819, Stuttgart und Tübingen - 8vo (18,5 x 12 cm). Mit 1 Notenbl., 1 Falttaf. u. 1 Stammtaf. Schlichte Pp. d. Zeit m. RSchild. Rotschnitt. Goedeke IV/3, 8ff. - WG 99.- Hagen 20 B (Bd. 9: B ). - Band 14, Wahlverwandschaften, aus seitengleicher Ausgabe Hagen 16,13 ergänzt, abweichend gebunden. - Mit dem Pränumerantenverzeichnis im Band 20. - Einband stark berieben, teils wurmstichig. Vorsätze teils wasser- u. schimmelfleckig. Text vorwiegend sauber. gr.

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        The London theatre : a collection of the most celebrated dramatic pieces / correctly given, from copies used in the theatre by Thomas Dibdin [complete 26 volumes bound in 13]

      London : Whittingham and Arliss, [1815] - Description: 26 v. : illus.; 12cm. Notes: General title pages dated 1815 throughout; special title pages of plays (with title vignettes) - dated 1814-1825. Most of the plays are preceded by a brief history of the play, dramatis personae, etc. Subjects: English literature -- Drama and theatre -- Great Britain -- 19th century. Very good copies bound in 1/2 vellum over marbled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spine, with gilt decorative tooling. Some surfaces scuffs to boards. Top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. 10 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VOYAGE PITTORESQUE AUX GLACIERS DE CHAMOUNI.

      PARIS, DIDOT L'AINÉ, 1815Eccellenti Cartone ITALIANO Legatura originale in cartone colore verde smeraldo. 14 pagine numerate, compresi occhiello, frontespizio, indice delle tavole e Tableau Général de la Vallée de Chamouni. 7 magnifiche tavole fuori testo incise all'acquatinta color seppia e 16 pagine non numerate di descrizione delle tavole, intercalate alla tavole stesse. Le bellissime vedute rappresentano: Vue de la Csscade de Nant d'Erpenas- Vue du Mont Blanc - Vue du Lac de Chêde - Vue du Glacier des Bois - Vue de la Mer de Glace - Vue du Mont Blanc prise du Couvercle - Vue prise de la Flégère. Le incisioni risultano opera, di Gabriel Lory (2) e di Mathias Lory (5)

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        Struggles through life, exemplified in the various travels and adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, of John Harriott, Esq

      London: Pr. for the author, 1815. 12mo (18 cm, 7.1"). 3 vols. I: Frontis., xvxv, [1], 443, [1] pp. II: xii, 428, [2] pp. III: vii, [1], 479, [1] pp. (lacking pp. 69&#150;72); 1 fold. plt., 1 plt. Autobiography of => one of the founders of the Thames police, a clever and independent mariner who went adventuring around the world before settling down to become an Essex justice of the peace and eventually Resident Magistrate of the Thames River Police (a.k.a. the Marine Police Force, sometimes called England&#39;s first official police force). Here he looks back on his remarkably varied youthful escapades, including travelling in the merchant-service, visiting "the Savages in North America," meeting the King of Denmark, serving in the East India Company&#39;s military service, and narrowly escaping such dangers as tigers, poisonous snakes, floods, fires, and scamming fathers-in-law. If the narrator is to be believed, the two issues that caused him the chiefest distress in life were pecuniary difficulties and other people&#39;s unchivalrous treatment of women. He also has much to say about law and business in the New World and the Old, slavery in America, forcible incarceration in private madhouses (with excerpts from a first-person account of such), and the nature of farming in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, as well as the state of affairs in Washington, DC, and, of course, the history of the creation of the Thames police. Vol. I opens with a steel-engraved portrait of the author, done by Henry Cook after Hervé; vol. III is illustrated with an => oversized, folding plate of a water-engine intended for millwork, devised by the author, and a plate of another of his inventions: the automated "chamber fire escape", which enables anyone to lower him- or herself from a high window. This is the third edition, following the first of 1807. NSTC H625; Sabin 30461. Contemporary speckled sheep, spines with gilt-stamped leather title-labels; vol. I with joints and extremities refurbished, vols. II and III with spines and edges rubbed, old strips of library tape reinforcing spine heads. Ex&#150;social club library: 19th-century bookplates, call number on endpapers, pressure-stamp on title-pages, vols. II and III with paper shelving labels at top of spines (vol. I showing signs of now-absent label). Vol. I title-page with offsetting from frontispiece; vol. III with pp. 69&#150;72 excised (two leaves of a rather long religious-themed letter from Harriott to his son) and with upper portion of one leaf crumpled, reinforced some time ago. Some light age-toning, intermittent small spots of foxing and ink-staining, pages generally clean. => Utterly absorbing.

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        The Criminal Recorder, Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Characters: Including Murderers, Traitors, Pirates, Mutineers, Incendiaries, Defrauders, Rioters, Sharpers, Highwaymen, Footpads, Pickpockets, Swindlers, Housebreakers, Coiners, Receivers, Extortioners and Other Noted Persons Who Have Suffered the Sentence of the Law for Criminal Offences. Embracing a Variety of Curious and Singular Cases, Anecdotes, &c. With Occasional Notes, illustrated with elegant Engravings by the first Artists. In two volumes

      Nottingham: Printed and Sold by R. Dowson, Market-place, 1815. 2 vols., 8vo, iv, (5)-686; 641pp., including an index to each volume. With a frontispiece portrait to each volume, 7 portraits in vol. 1, and one portrait in vol. 2. Retrospective mottled calf, gilt-panelled backstrips, red and black labels, gilt edges, a fine copy in a sympathetic modern binding. First printed in four volumes in 1804, all early editions seem to be very uncommon although the printings were surely quite large as they were sensational gutter journalism produced for mass consumption. The indexes are very helpful as they define the crime and punishment for every case. One fascinating example is Òhalf-hangedÓ John Smith who survived the death penalty by hanging for 15 minutes alive before being cut down, and miraculously escaped conviction twice more for criminal acts by sheer luck.

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        AN AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF THE SECOND WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE, Comprising Details of the Military and Naval Operations, from the Commencement to the Close of the Recent War: Enriched with Numerous Geographical and Biographical Notes

      Auburn, [N.Y.]: J.G. Hathaway; Kellogg & Beardslee Printers, Manlius, 1815. Two volumes. 12mo (in sixes). [Leaf height: 16.4 cm.] 228, 94, [2] pages and 264, 129, [1 blank], [2] pages. Final leaf in each volume consists of an index and errata. Original sheep; vol. I rebacked in modern leather with new leather title label on spine. Spine of vol. II nears original leather label, gilt rules, and small gilt decorations in four compartments. New volume number labels on spines of both volumes. A good set. Spine of vol. II with some wear and endcaps professionally rebuilt. Corners worn, a few scratches and small spots to boards. Upper 1.5 cm of title page of vol. I excised (evidently to remove previous owner&#39;s name), with loss of the initial article ("An") of the printed title. The end of the owner&#39;s inscription remains and it was evidently written by Henry Shriver, Jun., of Bath, whose similar inscription appears at the head of the title page of vol. II. The inscriptions are dated April 29 and May 1, 1816, respectively. Slightly later name of Edward Townsend on front free endpaper and first page of text in each volume. Marginal chipping to the leaf comprising pp. 13-14 in vol. I, affecting a few letters in three to four words on each page, all of which are easily inferred from context. Light foxing and toning as expected. Preceded by several editions of 1814-1815, which were issued under two variant titles: "Views on Lake Erie ... " and "Views of the Campaigns of the Northwestern Army ..." However, this is the FIRST AUBURN EDITION, the FIRST WITH THIS TITLE, and, according to Howes, "THE BEST EDITION." Samuel R. Brown (1775-1817) served as a private in the Ohio militia. He "partook of the pursuit of British forces following the battle of Lake Erie ... Brown fought at the Thames, but felt sympathy for the Native Americans.... Includes topographical observations." --Fredriksen, "War of 1812 Eyewitness Accounts," 236. "Strongly pro-American, anti-British, narration of the War of 1812. Appendix includes treaties with Britain and with the Indians and assorted other documents." --Smith 38. Howes (2nd ed.) B866. Sabin 8556. AI 34233.

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        The Adventures of Captain Gulliver, In a Voyage to Lilliput.

      Glasgow: Published by J. Lumsden and Son 1815 - 16mo, 105 x 62 mms., pp. [3] - 47, woodcut frontispiece and eleven woodcut illustrations in text, original light purple printed wrappers, with page 47 being the recto of the rear cover, with a humorous dual face - anger/laughter - depending on which way up it is; spine a little worn, but a very good copy. The title-page does not attribute the work to Swift nor assert that it is abridged from his works, and it bears some relation to the first book of Gulliver's Travels. Part of Ross's Juvenile Library. Another edition with a similar title was published in Glasgow by J. and M. Robertson in 1799. This might be a reprint. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Aus einer unter diesem Titel bei Carl Delén in Stockholm 1815 in Schwedischer Sprache erschienenen Druckschrift frei übersetzt, und mit einer Beilage, bis seine Lebensgeschichte erscheint, vermehrt.

      Pyrmont, 1815. 8:o. 124 s. Något solkigt titelblad, enstaka småfläckar. Grönt hkbd från slutet av 1800-talet. Från Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Översättning av "Handlingar rörande hof-sekreteraren Carl Adolf Bohemanns i sitt fädernesland Swerige åren 1803 och 1814 inträffade missöden", utgiven 1815. Carl Adolf Boheman (1764-1831) från Jönköping var en ledande frimurare, aktiv inom Illuminatiorden. Han var huvudsakligen verksam i Hamburg och i Danmark. Under förmyndartiden hade han kontakt med Reuterholm och under åren 1802-03 var han verksam i Stockholm, med stort inflytande över hertig Karl. Han blev utnämnd till hovsekreterare, erhöll svenska frimureriets högsta grad och inrättade en filial av Illuminatiorden i Stockholm. Då denna orden även sysslade med politik blev den dock snart föremål för Gustav IV Adolfs misstroende, och Boheman häktades och utvisades. Han blev även utvisad från Danmark och bosatte sig hos fursten av Waldeck. År 1814 kom han tillbaka till Sverige och krävde upprättelse och skadestånd, men blev åter utvisad. Han hade i samtiden stort rykte om insikter i frimureriets visdomar

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        On the Relation between the Specific Gravities of Bodies in their Gaseous State and the Weights of their Atoms. In: Annals of Philosophy, Vol. VI, July to December 1815

      London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1815. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine. Entire Volume included: vii, [1], 479, [1] pp. Nicely rebound in 3/4 leather over marbled boards with new endpapers. The paper by Prout is unsigned and appears on pages 321-330 (Prout&#39;s authorship was later revealed by Thomas Thomson). In this paper he "calculated that the atomic weights of all elements were integral when the atomic weight of hydrogen was taken as unity. In a correction (1816) he added that hydrogen might be the primary matter from which all other &#39;elements&#39; were formed...the two hypotheses, of integral atomic weights and of the unity of matter, became known ambiguously and singularly as Prout&#39;s hypothesis. It was a continuous source of inspiration to chemists and physicists until the work of F. W. Aston on isotopes in the 1920s." (DSB 11&12, p173).

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        THE PRINCIPLES OF PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVE; OR SCENOGRAPHIC PROJECTION: Containing Universal Rules for Delineating Designs on Various Surfaces, and Taking Views from Nature, by the Most Simple and Expeditious Methods. To Which Are Added, Rules for Shadowing and the Elements of painting. Illustrated with Fifty-One Plates.

      Printed for Samuel Leigh., London 1815 - Brown was an architect and "professor of perspective." Folio. xviii,96pp. Uncut. Plus a color aquatint frontispiece and 50 lithographic plates. Rebound in tan calf, red morocco spine label, over boards. Frontispiece & title lightly soiled. Ownership signature dated 1830 on a preliminary bank. Old private library blindstamp at top of title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pandectae Justinianeae, in novum ordinem digestae, cum legibus Codicis et Novellisquae jus Pandectarum confirmant, explicant, aut abrogant, Auctore Roberto-Josepho Pothier,aurelianensi, juris utriusque Doctore, aureliae antecessore, ibidemque consiliariorum inpraesidiali judicum concessu decano . Editio quarta, quamplurimis, quae in priores editionesirrepserant, mendis expurgata, et, quoad textus Digestorum, ex Gregorii Haloandri, FrancisciTaurellii, Dionysii Gothofredi, Georgii-Christiani Gebaueri, Georgiique-Augusti Spangenbergiilectionibus ; quoad textus vero juris ante-Justinianei, ex optima . Gustavi Hugonis editione,Berolini publicata anno Ch. 1815, accuratissime recognita, curis et vigiliis Nicolai?Latruffe, Barro-Sequani, in Curiis

      - TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE COMPLET DES TROIS VOLUMES ORNED' UN SUPERB PORTRAIT DE POTHIER AUTEUR: Robert Joseph POTHIER; Justinien, empereur de Byzance); NicolasLatruffe-Montmeylian, avocat aÌ? la Cour de cassation Paris); Belin-Leprieur; Rene?Nouzou, imprimeur-libraire); TITRE:.Pandectae Justinianeae, in novum ordinem digestae, cum legibus Codicis et Novellisquae jus Pandectarum confirmant, explicant, aut abrogant, Auctore Roberto-Josepho Pothier,aurelianensi, juris utriusque Doctore, aureliae antecessore, ibidemque consiliariorum inpraesidiali judicum concessu decano . Editio quarta, quamplurimis, quae in priores editionesirrepserant, mendis expurgata, et, quoad textus Digestorum, ex Gregorii Haloandri, FrancisciTaurellii, Dionysii Gothofredi, Georgii-Christiani Gebaueri, Georgiique-Augusti Spangenbergiilectionibus ; quoad textus vero juris ante-Justinianei, ex optima . Gustavi Hugonis editione,Berolini publicata anno Ch. 1815, accuratissime recognita, curis et vigiliis Nicolai?Latruffe, Barro-Sequani, in Curiis Parisiensibus caussarum patroni LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE:Parisiis : Apud Belin-Leprieur ; E? typis Nouzou [puis] e?typis Chanson, 1818-1821., 1818-1821. COLLATION: 3 volumes([4], 24, CLXXVI, 676 p. ; XXVIII, 951, [1] p. ; [4], XXVI, 893, [1] p.); FORMAT: In- Folio ( 41 x 28 cm ) RELIURE: Reliure en plein veau glacé prune, lisse orné de jolis fers dorés décoratifs etdes filets à froid. Triple filets d'encadrement des plats, roulettes sur les coupes et toutestranches jaspées. ILLUSTRATIONS: Un superbe portrait lithographié en frontispice. Un planche dépliante d'unfac-simie. ETAT: Reliures solides et de bon aspect. Les dos insolés de façon uniforme. Le cuir présentequelques frottements d'usage sans gravité, coins en très bon état. Intérieur frais , quelquesrousseurs n'empêchent pas la lecture. POIDS: 13 kg NOUVEAU ! Indiquez-nous vos desiderata pourêtre averti par email de la mise en vente de nouveaux ouvrages qui vous interessent ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Disionari piemontèis, italian, latin e fransèis

      Barbiè,, Carmagnola, 1815 - Tre volumi di cm. 20, pp. (4), 508; 496; 627. Solida legatura coeva in mezza pergamena con punte, dorsi lisci con fregi a secco e titoli in oro su doppi taselli. Qualche leggera brunitura, ma esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Completo delle pp. 607-627 dell'ultimo volume, spesso mancanti. Alla p. 245 del terzo volume inizia la lunga appendice all'opera. Edizione originale, non comune di uno dei più celebri dizionari del dialetto piemontese. Cfr. Prati, 692. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Changing Horses to the Mail Coach

      [N.p., but London: n.d., but 1815]. Aquatint printed in brown, coloured by hand, by R. Havell. (Trimmed to the image and mounted).12 1/2 x 17 5/8 inches. A classic Pollard image from the great age of coaching. James Pollard was the youngest son of the London engraver and print-seller Robert Pollard. He began work at the age of fifteen as a painter but quickly turned to engraving as well. In the 1820s his coaching scenes became both fashionable and lucrative. From 1821 he exhibited a small number of pictures at the Royal Academy and the British Institution which brought him more patrons. Between 1830 and 1840, Pollard also painted a number of racing pictures and some of the earliest scenes of steeplechasing. In all his work he took great pains over accuracy. "Changing Horses to the Mail Coach is the first of four prints after James Pollard illustrating this familiar scene on the road" (Selway, The Regency Road, p. 50). Mail was transported in Great Britain via Royal Mail coaches beginning in 1784. They traveled over ever improving roads, thanks to "macadamized" roads, until 1838 when the task was given to the railways. The changing of the mail horses is said to have been accomplished in later years in as little as 45 seconds. Selway James Pollard , p. 40; Selway, Regency Road I.

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        Discipline. a Novel. By the Author of &#39;Self-Control.&#39;

      Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815. First American edition (First London edition was 1814). 2 vols., 12mo. Vol. I: pp. [iii]-viii; [1]-314; vol. II: pp. [1]-314. Contemporary quarter morocco and boards (worn and scuffed but sound); first leaf of "Notes" (signature 22 in vol. II) bound after title leaf. Shaw & Shoemaker 34239; OCLC 6572776 (4 locations) . The rare American edition of the second of Mary Brunton&#39;s (1778-1818) three novels. "A great novel written in the first person which tells of a spoiled young woman&#39;s journey to maturity and love. Great details of the London season and Scottish city and country life. Novel covers great themes such as jealousy, pride, suicide, sexual harassment, the oppression of the poor, true friendship, and true love. The novel includes also a great ball scene, a fashionable auction scene, a wonderful masquerade scene, a scary madhouse scene, and some vivid depictions of the horror of poverty." - Cathy Decker

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        Discipline. a Novel. By the Author of 'Self-Control.'

      Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815 - The rare American edition of the second of Mary Brunton's (1778-1818) three novels. "A great novel written in the first person which tells of a spoiled young woman's journey to maturity and love. Great details of the London season and Scottish city and country life. Novel covers great themes such as jealousy, pride, suicide, sexual harassment, the oppression of the poor, true friendship, and true love. The novel includes also a great ball scene, a fashionable auction scene, a wonderful masquerade scene, a scary madhouse scene, and some vivid depictions of the horror of poverty." - Cathy Decker First American edition (First London edition was 1814). 2 vols., 12mo. Vol. I: pp. [iii]-viii; [1]-314; vol. II: pp. [1]-314. Contemporary quarter morocco and boards (worn and scuffed but sound); first leaf of "Notes" (signature 22 in vol. II) bound after title leaf. Shaw & Shoemaker 34239; OCLC 6572776 (4 locations) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels in South Africa, Undertaken at the Request of the Missionary Society. Third Edition, Corrected

      Black, Parry, & Co. / T. Hamilton, London 1815 - The corrected third edition .xvi, folding map, 400 pp + 8 plates, complete. Newly rebacked, original boards, original spine and red morocco spine label laid down over new backing leather. Circa 1920's bookplate of Charles M Crouse, with motto "knowledge is power" shown on a tape being pulled by a bear from a glass-topped stock ticker. Front hinge cracked but newly backed binding quite solid. No other names or marks. Pages clean, large folding map at front with a single 3/4" tear extending from the gutter into some unprinted space at the edge of the map. Some offsetting from plates onto facing pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A new and complete system of Universal Geography;

      London, for Thomas Kelly, by Rider and Weed,, 1815&#150;17. Or, an authentic history and interesting description of the Whole World, and its inhabitants &#133; With faithful Accounts of all the New Discoveries &#133; Embellished with numerous Engravings &#133; forming an Ornamental and Complete Atlas. 2 volumes, quarto (261 × 213 mm). Handsomely bound in contemporary tree calf, spines richly gilt in compartments, wide raised bands gilt on stained black grounds, red morocco labels, sides with gilt Greek key panel border rolls, marbled endpapers. Engraved frontispiece, extra engraved title-page in each volume, 32 engraved maps (of which 14 are folding) and 40 engraved plates. Spines lightly rubbed, joints tender, small scratches to sides, corners just worn, a little faint browning or offsetting internally, still an excellent copy. First Edition. The firm of Thomas Kelly, famous for Kelly&#39;s Directory, was founded in 1799 and carried on the Paternoster Row tradition of publishing this and similar compendia of useful information, copiously illustrated, for the growing middle class readership.

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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

      Buenos Ayres: Imprenta de Niños Expòsitos, 1815. First edition. 1 leaf. Faint marginal stain in one corner else a very good copy with a horizontal crease, light edgewear. 4to. 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 was speading. OCLC shows two copies: JCB and BN Chile. Furlong IV, 3166. Zinny: Bibliografía histórica p.127, No. 12.

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        FIRST LINES OF THE PRACTICE OF SURGERY

      1815. ISAIAH THOMAS&#39;S COPY COOPER, SAMUEL. THE FIRST LINES OF THE PRACTICE OF SURGERY: BEING AN ELEMENTARY WORK FOR STUDENTS, AND A CONCISE BOOK OF REFERENCE FOR PRACTITIONERS. Hanover: Published by Justin Hinds, 1815. Second American Edition from the third London Edition. In two parts with nine listed plates, all present. xx. 463 pp. This is Isaiah Thomas&#39;s copy given to the American Antiquarian Society with his inscription to that effect. The book was purchased from a local Boston institution which had received the book many years before. Ex-Library. The book is quite worn and the hinges weak, enclosed in a custom clamshell box.

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        Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders,

      1815. Alken&#39;s First Published WorkThe Comic Foibles of Amateur Horsemen[ALKEN, Henry]. Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders, or the reverse of Sporting Phrases taken from the Work entitled Indispensable Accomplishments... [by] Ben Tally Ho, an occasional Visitor in Leicestershire. London: S. & J. Fuller, 1st Septr, 1815.First edition, watermarked J. Whatman 1815. Oblong folio (10 3/4 x 14 1/2 in; 270 x 362 mm). Engraved title and seven hand-colored engraved plates. uncut.Late nineteenth century crushed crimson morocco over marbled boards ruled in gilt. Spine with four raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt. Original printed gray wrappers bound-in. Occasional light smudges to margins, damp-stain to lower right corner of last plate, not affecting image, otherwise an excellent copy of Alken&#39;s first published work. A second edition appeared in 1821. Though Siltzer notes an earlier edition of 1811, no other bibliographer has noted such and there are no records of an 1811 edition found in international institutional libraries, nor in auction records within the last thirty-five years. The issue under notice is found in only six libraries worldwide. Alken&#39;s satiric reposte to Frankland&#39;s Indispensable Accomplishments, taking the Frankland ("Billesdon Coplow") scenes and captions and turning them on their ear, specifically on the rider&#39;s behind as he&#39;s tossed hither and yon by a horse clearly more in control of things than the rider, who is finally carried off the field of comic disaster by his friends.The Plates:1. Going along a slapping pace...2. Topping a Flight of Rails...3. Charging an Ox-fence...with good Success.4. Got in and getting out...very clever.5. Facing a Brook. Verifying the old Adage, look before you leap.6. Swishing at a Rasper...7. Returning home in Triumph. He disdain&#39;d a Slothful Easy Life, so took to hunting.Schwerdt I, p. 20. Siltzer, p. 69. Tooley 44.

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        Fabrique à Vicenza

      Parigi, Debucourt, 1815 - Splendida veduta panoramica animata. Acquatinta seppiata mm. 190x250 relativi alla sola parte inc. + ampi marg. bianchi ancora in barbe. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Debucourt (1755-1832), fu pittore e incisore; abbandonò definitivamente la pittura nel 1875 dedicandosi esclusivamente all'incisione di riproduzione (acquatinta, bulino, maniera nera) riprendendo disegni propri e di C. Verne. (Per notizie sull'a. e sulla seguente opera cfr. Benezit III, pp.409-411)

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        LETTERS FROM FRANCE Written By A Modern Tourist in that Country and Descriptive of Some of the Most Amusing Manners and Customs of the French With Characteristic Illustrations from Drawings Taken on the Spot

      London: T. Sotheran, 1815.. 1st edn. 8vo. Rebound in gilt lettered half green morocco on marbled paper-laid boards (VG). Pp. 43 (no inscriptions), illus with 10 engraved plates. .

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