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        Philosophical Essays

      Edinburgh - Archibald Constable and Company, 1816. Edinburgh - Archibald Constable and Company, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An uncommon copy of this collection of philosophical essays by Scottish scholar Dugdale Stewart. In the essays in the first part of this volume, Stewart discusses such issues as some mistakes in the philosophy of mind, and critically reviews Lockes view of the sources of human knowledge and its influence on thought of Berkeley, Hume and Hutcheson, Berkeleys idealism and is misinterpretations, the influence of Locke on French philosophy, the theories of Hartley, Priestley and Erasmus Darwin, and recent philological speculations; in the second part he presents extensive essays on the nature of beauty, on the sublime, and on taste. Second edition. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (bookplate to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. Condition: Rebound in quarter-roan. Externally, generally smart, with just a few marks and some slight bumping. Internally, firmly bound. Ink signature to half-title. Pages are heavily foxed throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED with a GOOD ONLY interior..

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        Précis élémentaires des maladies réputées chirurgicales

      Méquignon-Marvis, Paris 1816 - 3 volumes in-8. Collation : (4), XVI, 695/(4), 611/(4), 763 pp. Demi-chagrin brun, dos orné. (Reliure moderne.). Première édition. Exemplaire de prix "descerné à Mr. Martin dans le concours de 1837 à la faculté de médecine de Montpellier." Signé de Ca. doyen de la faculté.

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        Memoirs of the Late Rev. Samuel

      London - Richard Edwards, 1816. London - Richard Edwards, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A volume of memoirs of religious figure Samel Bradburn, from the private library of renowned Theologian and Professor of Philosophy, David Arthur Pailin. Not in nice condition, frankly but very scarce and hence worthwhile. Hewas ordained in 1792 and was President of Conference for 1799-1800. In 1802-1803, however, he was suspended from the ministry, apparently for drunkenness and debt. He was a popular preacher and a favourite of John Wesley, although his sermons were sometimes criticised for being inappropriately witty and satirical. (David Arthur Pailin). The Memoirs were produced by his daughter, the only one of his children to survive him. (David Arthur Pailin). Condition: In a paper binding. Externally,very worn. There are chips to the boards and corners are worn and bumped. Front board is detached and back board is held by cords only. Internally, binding is loosening in places. Thefront few forty-six pages have come loose. Front hinge has failed and back hinge is very weak. Pages are browned, foxed and water-damaged throughout. There is some heavy damp staining to the rear few pages. There is an ink inscription to the front pastedown, dated 1978. Badly in need of repair. Overall: FAIR to POOR..

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        Researches Into the History Of Playing Cards; With Illustrations Of The Origin of Printing And Engraving On Wood

      London: By T. Bensley And Son For Robert Triphook, 1816. London: By T. Bensley And Son For Robert Triphook, 1816. First edition. leather_bound. Contemporary full straight grained black morocco. Aeg. Very good/No Dust Jacket. [XVI], 373 [3] pages. 27 x 22 cm. Limited edition, one of 250 copies. Eleven engraved, and eight color woodcuts, woodcuts within the text, some on india paper, plus two additional hand colored plates titled, "Origine des Cartes A Jourer," illustrating and describing the four face cards and the ten: the Kings noted as Alexandre, David, Cesar and Charlemagne: clubs, spades, diamonds and hearts respectively & "Notice Historique et rasionnee des Noms donnes aux Cartes," the latter plate highlighted in gold. Errata slip. Index. BIGMORE & WYMAN II, p. 362. "Only 150 copies printed......It is a thoroughly good book, Section ii. being of especial interest to the lover of early typography." Minor toning and offsetting, mostly marginal to non color illustrations, elegant binding: covers paneled with gilt rule, surrounding a single interlocking frame and lozenge, gilt floral corner pieces, interior dentelles, marbled endpapers, spine with raised bands, panels richly gilt, extremities rubbed.

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        The History Of The Colleges Of Winchester, Eton, And Westminster; With The Charter-House, The Schools Of St. Paul, Merchant Taylors, Harrow, And Rugby. And The Free-School of Christ Hospital

      London: R. Ackermann, 1816. London: R. Ackermann, 1816. First edition. leather_bound. Contemporary full red straight grained morocco. Aeg. Very good/No Dust Jacket. Pagination: 56 (Winchester), 72 (Eton). 27 (Westminster), 32 (Charter-House), 34 (St. Paul's), 22 (Merchant Taylors), 40 (Harrow), 34 (Rugby), 43 (Christ Hospital). 35 x 29 cm. [leaf size 34.1 x 26.7 cm]. Forty-eight hand-colored aquatint plates, [44 are views, and four being colored line engravings of costume]: engraved by D. Havell, J. Stadler, J. Black and W. Bennett from drawings by W. Westfall, J. Gendall, Pugin, and E. Mackenzie with most of the text by William Combe, W.H. Pyne for Winchester, Eton and Harrow. Second issue of Charterhouse plate, third issue of Westminster School Room plate, first state of Winchester College from the Meadow plate. TOOLEY 3. Interesting provenance from the collections of A. Edward Newton and Horatio N. Pym bookplates, the former's colored hobby rider -- both on front cover paste-down. Damp wrinkling to top third of Christ's Hospital text and plates, light toning to verso of frontispiece leaf, light dampstains to top third of back endpaper and blanks, light to moderate plate offsetting, all plates bright and crisp. Front cover rehinged, raised bands, spine panels richly gilt, cover border panels in gilt arabesques and in blind, modest extremity rubbing.&

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        Mémoire sur le sucre de betteraves ; Par M. le Comte CHAPTAL, Membre de la première classe de l'institut royal, chevalier de l'ordre du roi, grand-officier de la légion d'honneur, etc. Lu à la première Classe de l'Institut royal de France, le 23 octobre 1815.

      A Paris, de l'imprimerie de Madame Huzard 1816 - Livre ancien 60 pp. Un important mémoire du Comte Chaptal. Depuis le blocus anglais sur l'importation de la canne-à-sucre des colonies françaises, la production de sucre sur le territoire national devint un enjeu économique majeur sous l'Empire. Entre différentes options, dont celle de l'érable qui était perçue comme viable et rentable, l'Etat privilégie plutôt l'exploitation du sucre extrait de la culture de la betteraves. Chaptal comprit rapidement les bénéfices que l'Etat français pouvait tirer de cette nouvelle industrie, et en moins de dix ans (1811), la France put produire 100 000 tonnes de sucre sur le territoire nationale, la plaçant ainsi en tête des nations productrices en Europe. Cet important mémoire, publié après les Cent Jours, entérine cette découverte majeure et pérennise par l'autorité de son rédacteur cette nouvelle industrie française. Condition : Broché. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Lay of the Laureate

      London - Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1816. London - Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce edition of The Lay of the Laureate: Carmen nuptiale, written by Poet Laureate Robert Southey for the marriage of Princess Charlotte. First edition. In the publishers' original boards. Robert Southey (1774 - 1843) was an English poet of the Romantic school, one of the so-called Lake Poets, and Poet Laureate for thirty years from 1813 to his death in 1843. Although his fame has been long eclipsed by that of his contemporaries and friends William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Southey's verse still enjoys some popularity. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Condition: In a paper covered binding. Externally, sound but with some wear to extremities, in particular to backstrip affecting spine label, withslight rubbing and marks to boards. Front joint cracked. Internally, text block firmly bound. Bright but with occasional spotting, predominantly to endpapers and handling marks. Overall: GOOD.

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        A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, FROM 1806 TO 1812; IN WHICH JAPAN, KAMSCHATKA, THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, WERE VISITED. INCLUDING A NARRATIVE OF THE AUTHOR’S SHIPWRECK ON THE ISLAND OF SANNACK, AND HIS SUBSEQUENT WRECK IN THE SHIP’S LONG BOAT. WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, AND A VOCABULARY OF THEIR LANGUAGE

      Edinburgh, 1816. Edinburgh, 1816. b/w folding map. 288 pp. Campbell was a Scotsman who sailed to China on an East India Company ship, then joined an American vessel which took him to Japan, Kamchatka and Alaska. His ship was wrecked off the coast there and he wintered in a Russian settlement at Kodiak. In the course of these tribulations both his feet froze and were amputated. After his stay in Kodiak he sailed to Hawaii. There, he was befriended by King Kamehameha I, and became the Royal sailmaker. Campbell gives detailed accounts of all his ports and adventures, including his later career as an innkeeper and a butcher in Rio Janeiro. Various bibliographies testify to the importance of his narrative. “Of great value is his description of the Hawaiian Islands.” -- Hill 245. “Campbell’s description of Kodiak is particularly valuable.” -- Lada Mocarski 71. “He identifies some of the earliest foreign residents of the islands, a number of whom were Botany Bay men. His keen firsthand observations on the social structure and agricultural practices of Hawaiians are of great importance” -- Forbes, 461. See also Hunnewell p. 29. Judd 30. Private library stamp at bottom of title page. A very nice copy in contemporary calf binding rebacked to match, with red spine label.

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        TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF BRAZIL, PARTICULARLY IN THE GOLD AND DIAMOND DISTRICTS OF THAT COUNTRY

      Phil: M. Carey, No. 121 Chestnut Street, 1816, 376 pp.. John Mawe.  TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF BRAZIL, PARTICULARLY IN THE GOLD AND DIAMOND DISTRICTS OF THAT COUNTRY.  Phil:  M. Carey, No. 121 Chestnut Street, 1816, 376 pp. ***  A rare, early 19th. century book with accounts of travel into the interior of Brazil.  This copy is from the 1st. American edition.  The sub-title is as follows:  "Including a Voyage to the Rio De La Plata, and An Historical Sketch of the Revolution of Buenos Ayres."  The author, John Mawe, was granted permission for these travels by the Prince Regent of Portugal.  There is a frontis. folding engraved plate showing Negro slaves washing for diamonds under the watchful eyes of overseers.  Three (3) other folding, engraved plates and a folding, engraved map of the diamond and gold region. *** This book comes with a clear mylar protective cover. ***  Bound in full brown calf with gilt rule on spine, red leather spine label with gilt lettering half gone.  The joints are completely cracked with front cover attached by binding strings, rear cover attached to hinge with archival cloth tape.  Covers have moderate wear and soil.  Spine is worn with a chipping at spine ends.  The contents are complete and clean with light to moderate foxing overall.  The maps and plates are in good condition.  Ex-lib. with library bookplate on front end paper, small label on spine. *** 8.5 " tall by 5.25 "

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        Methode pour le Flute. Dediee a Monsieur Roslin d'Ivry par F. Devinne. Nouvelle Edition. Augmentee des Gammes pour la flute a Clefs, de quelques Exemples pour l'emploi de ces Clefs & de Seize petits Airs nouveaux.

      Paris, Janet et Cotelle, ohne Jahr (ca. 1816).. Ca. 33,5 x 26 cm. 1 Blatt, 113 Seiten. Moderner Halbpergamentband mit handgeschriebenem Rückentitel.. Platten-Nr. 406. Überarbeitete neue Ausgabe einer der bedeutendsten und berühmtesten Flötenschulen des 18. Jahrhunderts. RISM D 2108. Mit gestochenem Titelbild. Verleger- und Vorbesitzerstempel auf Titel.

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        Beiträge zur Biologie und Morphologie der Orchideen. Mit 6 lithogr. Tafeln. Leipzig, A. Abel, 1853. 4to. (28,5 x 22,5 cm). VIII, 82 S. Halbleinwandband d. Zt. mit handschriftl. Rückenschild.

      . . Einzige Ausgabe. - Der Band stammt aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach aus dem Nachlass von Irmisch (1816-1879) u. trägt den Besitzvermerk Else Hallensleben (wohl seine Tochter), außerdem enthält er auf 8 Seiten Anmerkungen wohl von Irmischs Hand. Tafel V mit 5 ergänzenden kleinen Bleistiftzeichnungen am Rand sowie ergänzender Textbemerkung. Ein beiliegendes Blatt mit dem Textbeginn "Calypso bulbosa, 28. Januar 1853" scheint auch von Irmisch zu stammen. Die Tafeln IV u. VI tragen außerdem monogrammierte Bemerkungen des Lithographen Emil Wilhelmi aus Leipzig u.a. zur Druckqualität u. zu Korrekturen. - Beiliegend: 2 Beiträge Irmischs aus "Flora" 1854, Nr. 33 bzw. 40. Mit 1 gefalt. lithogr. Tafel. Regensburg 1854. 12 S. bzw. S. 625-627. Pritzel 4491. - Stafleu/Cowan 3185. - NDB X, S. 183: "Insbesondere hat er die Kenntnis der heimischen Orchideen weiter gefördert...". - Zur Zeitschrift "Flora" vgl. Kat. Gelehrtes Regensburg 6.12 u. 6.13. - Berieben, 1 Gelenk angeplatzt. Vereinzelt etwas stockfleckig, einige unvollständige (Post)stempel. Durchweg mit leichter doppelter Knickfalte, 2 Tafeln mit kleinen alt hinterlegten Einrissen.

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        A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, FROM 1806 TO 1812; IN WHICH JAPAN, KAMSCHATKA, THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, WERE VISITED. INCLUDING A NARRATIVE OF THE AUTHOR’S SHIPWRECK ON THE ISLAND OF SANNACK, AND HIS SUBSEQUENT WRECK IN THE SHIP’S LONG BOAT. WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, AND A VOCABULARY OF THEIR LANGUAGE

      Edinburgh, 1816. b/w folding map. 288 pp. Campbell was a Scotsman who sailed to China on an East India Company ship, then joined an American vessel which took him to Japan, Kamchatka and Alaska. His ship was wrecked off the coast there and he wintered in a Russian settlement at Kodiak. In the course of these tribulations both his feet froze and were amputated. After his stay in Kodiak he sailed to Hawaii. There, he was befriended by King Kamehameha I, and became the Royal sailmaker. Campbell gives detailed accounts of all his ports and adventures, including his later career as an innkeeper and a butcher in Rio Janeiro. Various bibliographies testify to the importance of his narrative. “Of great value is his description of the Hawaiian Islands.” -- Hill 245. “Campbell’s description of Kodiak is particularly valuable.” -- Lada Mocarski 71. “He identifies some of the earliest foreign residents of the islands, a number of whom were Botany Bay men. His keen firsthand observations on the social structure and agricultural practices of Hawaiians are of great importance” -- Forbes, 461. See also Hunnewell p. 29. Judd 30. Private library stamp at bottom of title page. A very nice copy in contemporary calf binding rebacked to match, with red spine label.

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        Five autograph letters signed

      Woolwich 1816 - Gregory, Olinthus Gilbert (1774-1841). Five autograph letters signed, three to Robert Baldwin, of the publishing firm Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, and two to an unidentified officer of the Woolwich Institution for the Advancement of Literary, Scientific and Technical Knowledge. Woolwich, Sept. 28, 1816 - July 16, 1838. 11pp. total. Various sizes (the largest 251 x 203 mm.). One letter mounted with some fraying of the front edge (slightly affecting a few words), another with a small paper flaw, light soiling, but very good.From British mathematician and writer Olinthus Gregory, professor of mathematics at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, author of works on mathematics, astronomy, mechanics, etc., and editor of both the Gentleman's Diary and Ladies' Diary. Gregory played a role in the controversy surrounding the Trigonometrical Survey of Great Britain, later known as the Ordnance Survey. The survey, which had begun in 1791, was opposed for political reasons by Royal Society President Sir Joseph Banks, who in 1812 published in the Philosophical Transactions a memoir by Don José Rodriguez attacking the survey and its leader, Col. William Mudge. Gregory exposed Banks's machinations in a paper published in the Philosophical Magazine, which was later collected in Dissertations and Letters, by Don Joseph Rodriguez, the Chevalier Delambre, Baron de Zach, Dr. Thomas Thomson, Dr. Olinthus Gregory, and Others . . . Tending Either to Impugn or to Defend the Trigonometrical Survey of England and Wales (1815). Gregory's 1817 letter to Baldwin, one of the publishers of the Annals of Philosophy, discusses this controversy, noting that its effect had been to produce "a strong current in Col. Mudge's favour among all the men of science in Europe . . . the French Institute has made Col. Mudge a member, expressly on account of his survey: and immediately after this, the Royal Society, or I should rather say Sir Jos. Banks's party, who had for years been doing every thing to sink his reputation, change their conduct, flatter and fawn upon him, elect them into their councils . . ."Gregory's remaining letters to Baldwin discuss literary matters, including his "account of Biot's new work [Traité de physique (1816)] for the next no. of the British review." His later letters, written to an unnamed official at Woolwich Institution for the Advancement of Literary, Scientific and Technical Knowledge, include a long discussion as to why the Institution's reading room should not provide daily newspapers for its largely working-class clientele! [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Y Mesurydd Tir A Choed

      Dinbych - Thomas Gee, 1816. Dinbych - Thomas Gee, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Full mottled calf leather binding with gilt detailing to spine and front board. Y Mesurydd Tir A Choed,Yn dangos, Trwy Gyfrestr O Daflenau, Newyddion A Chywraint ,Gynnwysiad Un rhyw Ddarn O Bren, Yn ysgwar, neu yn grwn,Y'nghyd a Gwaith Maen, Byrddwaith, Gwydr, &c. &c. Sy'n Arferedig Wrth Godi, neu Adgyweirio, un Math o Adeilad. Hefyd, Cynnwysiad un Rhyw Ddarn o Dir,O Ddaa Ystang (Poles) hyd bedair ar hugain o Erwau, neu Acrau;A Chyfarwuddiadau Eglur a Rhwydd,Yn ddangosedig trwy Esiamplau a Chynlluniau. Argraphiad Newydd. Condition: The binding is tight and firm and both covers are attached. The front and rear inner hinges are strained but holding. There is some wear to the extremities, including some chips to the top and tail of the spine and bumping of the corners of the boards. There is also some mild damage to the leather on the front board. Internally the book is clean and bright apart from some isolated spotting. There is some ink marginalia to the front and rearblank end papers..

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        Ansichten über den wechselseitigen Einfluß der Umwälzung des Staats und des Staatskredits, unter Vergleichung gleichzeitiger ähnlicher Ereignisse in Deutschland und Frankreich, dann über einige allgemeine Mittel, den so tief gesunkenen Staatskredit wieder zu heben.

      Bamberg, in Kommission bey C. Fr. Kunz, 1816.. (3), 116 S., kl.okt., Pp., vord. Ebd. etw. berieben, wen. stockfl.. | Kosch 1963, 570. Masui 925. Stammhammer; Finanzwissenschaft 214. - "... der Rechte und Weltweisheit Doktor, königl. Baierischem obersten Justizrathe."

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        [Works]; The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem as Connected with the Scripture Prophecies; A Brief Harmonized and Paraphrastic Exposition of the Gospel; A Course of Lectures in Refutation of Infidelity; Sermons

      Various, 1816. Various: Various, 1816. Three volumes - Volume One - 'The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem as Connected with the Scripture Prophecies', Nottingham, Second edition, 1816, [12], vi, [2], 187pp, [11]; Volume Two - 'A Brief Harmonized and Paraphrastic Exposition of the Gospel', Nottingham, 1819, 1st edition, xii, 275pp, [5] WITH 'A Sermon Preached upon the Occasion of Constituting and Consecrating the Lodge dedicated to Virtue and Silence of the Ancient and Honourable Order of Free and Accepted Masons in the Parish Church of St. Mary, Hadleigh, in the County of Suffolk', Ipswich, Second edition, 1814, 30pp WITH 'A Sermon Preached in the Church of St. Mary, Nottingham, July 16th, 1816, at the Assizes', Nottingham, First edition, 1818, 20pp, WITH 'A Sermon Preached at Newark, in the County of Nottingham, April 28th, 1820, at the Visitation of the Clergy', Nottingham, First edition, [1820], 24pp and Volume Three - 'A Course of Lectures in Refutation of Infidelity Delivered in the Church of St. Mary's, Nottingham, by the Vicar', [Nottingham], First edition, 1820, ix, [1], 299pp. Uniformly bound in slightly later full russian calf, raised bands, spine in six panels, running title to second panel, title to fifth, remaining panels with central rectangular volute device, all in gilt, gilt double fillet border to covers, edges of text blocks sprinkled. Some abrasions to covers, mainly towards edges with some loss of gilt, corners rubbed, outer joints rubbed with a couple of very small splits, but holding well. The first two volumes are generally quite bright and clean, the third has a water-stain to lower corner throughout, with some associated light damp-staining. Presentation copies, from Wilkins to Earl Eldon, who was Lord Chancellor, with his round book label to the reverse of the front endpaper in each volume. "Wilkins, George (1785-1865), Church of England clergyman ... The first Earl Manvers presented him to two Nottinghamshire vicarages: Laxton, on 1 December 1813, and Lowdham, on 19 January 1815. On 8 November 1817 the second earl presented him to the important parish of St Mary's, Nottingham; he continued to hold Lowdham in plurality until 1839. In 1823 he was collated by the archbishop of York to the prebendal stall of Normanton in Southwell collegiate church. Lord Eldon presented him to the rectory of Wing in 1827, mainly on the strength of his book Body and Soul (1822), though its publication provoked some controversy, especially with Revd J. H. Browne, archdeacon of Ely. An earlier publication, The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem as Connected with the Scripture Prophecies, appeared in 1816" (ODNB). He later became Archdeacon of Nottingham. All these works are uncommon, the first mentioned is found on COPAC in the BL, Oxford, Glasgow and Durham; the first work in the second volume is found at Glasgow only and the other works in this volume are not on COPAC and the third volume is found at Oxford and Nottingham only. Presentation Copy from the Author. First Edition. Full Calf. Good. 8vo.

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        The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets

      London - Nichols and Son, F.C. and J. Rivington, A. Strahan et al, 1816. London - Nichols and Son, F.C. and J. Rivington, A. Strahan et al, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An uncommon corrected edition of Samuel Johnson's ever impressive Lives of the Poets. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and decoration. A New Edition, Corrected. Complete in Three Volumes. Samuel Johnson's major lives were quickly recognized as setting a new standard for English literary biography. In particular, the surveys of Cowley, Milton, Dryden, Swift, and Pope exemplify Johnson's serious concern with the deepest springs of creativity, as well as his ability to explore with considerable insight some individuals whose character and work aroused profound antipathy in him. Even in an age of greater theoretical sophistication, his reading of mainstream poetry from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries remains canonical, by reason of its attention to verbal detail, its decisive judgments, and its robust expression. (DNB)Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. The boards are held by the cords only, and could possibly detach in the post even after careful packaging. There is wear to the extremities, including loss to the spine leather, with slight edge wear. The spine leather has been previously repaired. Internally the pageshave very slight browning with background foxing and the very occasional mark. Overall the condition isfair only, with a very good interior..

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        The Natural History And Antiquities of Selborne, In The County of Southampton & The Antiquities Of Selborne

      London: White, Cochrane, And Co., et al, 1816. London: White, Cochrane, And Co., et al, 1816. New Edition. Hardcover. Modern half navy spines and marbled boards. Fine in custom, very good solander case with leather spine label printed in gilt. 2 vols/No Dust Jacket. 586 pages. 30.5 x 25 cm. Mitford's large paper edition with wide text margins. Half title, engraved folding frontispiece, additional pictorial title, vignette to Vol. II, and nine plates, two hand colored [a hybrid bird, and the painting presented to the church]. White is regarded by many as England's first ecologist, and one of those who shaped the modern attitude of respect for nature.Interior contents clean and fresh, folding frontispiece and some additional engravings toned, mostly marginal, new endpapers.

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        Anfangsgrunde der Gymnastik oder Turnkunst.

      Bern, J. J. Bugdorfer, 1816,. in-8vo, gestoch. Frontispiz + VI + IV + 167 S. + 11 Kupfer-Tafeln, mit 90 Gymnastikübungen, leicht fleckig, goldgepr. Leder d. Zt. Schönes Exemplar.. Der Vater von Phokion Heinrich Clias, ein Käslin aus Beckenried, war um 1770 nach Amerika ausgewandert. Als Waise wurde Clias in Holland erzogen. Erste Turnlektionen gab er in Holland und Deutschland. Von 1810 an wirkte er als Turnlehrer in Gottstatt bei Biel (BE), dann am Gymnasium und am Waisenhaus in Bern sowie am Institut Fellenberg in Hofwil. 1821 gründete er im Berner Marzili eine Schwimm- und Badeanstalt und wurde noch im gleichen Jahr an die königl. Militär- und Seemannsschule nach England berufen. 1824 kehrte er in die Schweiz zurück, 1832-35 sass er im Berner Grossrat. In den 1840er Jahren war Clias in Frankreich tätig, ab 1848 lebte er wieder in der Schweiz. Clias zählt zusammen mit Johannes Niggeler und Adolf Spiess zu den Begründern des Turnunterrichts in der Schweiz.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Diplomatische Geschichte Dresdens von seiner Entstehung bis auf unsere Tage, 5 Bände, Halbleder-Ausgabe.

      Dresden, Selbstverlag des Verfassers, 1816 - 1820.. Vollständiges Werk in 5 Bänden (Urkunden in den Bänden mit eingebunden). Urkundenteil mit eigener Paginierung, die sich über mehrere Bände erstreckt. Darstellungsteil: Bd. 1: XVI, 431 S; Bd. 2: XVI, 376 S; Bd. 3: 388 S.; Bd. 4: VIII, 344 S.; Bd. 5: VII, 156 S. Urkundenteil (Zusätze): Bd. 3: S. 161 - 256; Bd. 4: S. 257 - 400; Bd. 5: S. 401 - 496 (nicht mit eingebunden: Zusätze S. 1 - 160). Braune Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und goldgeprägter Ornamentik, Gestaltung der Rückenschilder variierend; Buchdeckel mit mehrfarbig marmorierten Bezügen und mit Lederecken; dreiseitiger Grünschnitt. Hauptwerk des Dresdner Theologen, bedeutenden Chronisten und Heimatforschers Johann Christian Hasche (1744 - 1827). Hasche unterrichtete nach dem Theologiestudium in Leipzig zunächst als Hauslehrer bei dem kursächsischen Kriegsrat und Historiker Johann August von Ponickau, dessen umfangreiche Bibliothek auch ihn selbst zu historischen Studien anregte. Hasches erstes Buch über Dresden erschien 1781 unter dem Titel "Umständliche Beschreibung Dresdens mit allen seinen äußern und innern Merkwürdigkeiten". Es folgte 1784 eine achtbändige Reihe im "Magazin der Sächsischen Geschichte". Seine "Diplomatische Geschichte Dresdens" erschien von 1816 an in fünf Bänden sowie einem Urkundenband. Hasche war von 1789 an als kurfürstlicher Festungsbauprediger tätig und übte dieses Amt bis zu seiner Pensionierung 1822 aus.. Kapital des vierten Bandes mit kleiner Reparatur, ein Gelenk des fünften Bandes ebenfalls repariert. Sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar dieses überaus seltenen frühen Werkes zur Dresdener Stadtgeschichte. Auch innen guter Zustand, Seiten überwiegend sauber, kaum fleckig oder gebräunt. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

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        Private Thoughts upon Religion and A Christian Life

      Oxford -W. Baxter for Law and Whittaker; and Ogles, Duncan, and Cochran, London; and J. Parker, 1816. Oxford -W. Baxter for Law and Whittaker; and Ogles, Duncan, and Cochran, London; and J. Parker, 1816 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce work, being the author's thoughts upon Christianity and religion in its entirety. New edition. In two parts; The first part is described as being written in his younger Years, for the settling of his Principles, and Conduct while the second part comes from his Riper Years. According to Beveridge, while the number of men chosen and saved, will be very great, considered absolutely, in themselves, nevertheless they are but very few in comparison of the vast multitude of souls that flock after the world and sin. As in the richest mines there is far more dross than gold and silver: so it is in the church of Christ (p. 360). (Cited from the catalogue to The Antiquarian Library Of Emeritus Professor David A. Pailin. )Rebound in a contemporary calf binding, althoughleaves have been misbound so that the pages run i-xxiv, 1-144, 177-192, 145-176, 179-398. From the private library of theologian and professor of philosophy, David A. Pailin. Condition: Rebound in a contemporary calf binding with gilt detailing to the spine. Externally, lightly rubbed, and with some small marks to the rear board. Cracking to the front joint. Internally, firmly bound and bright, with some instances of scattered spotting. Intermittent marginal tide marks which do not encroach upon the text. David Pailin's bookplate neatly pasted to the front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        The Origin of Pagan Idolatry Acertained from Historical Testimony and Circumstantial Evidence ( Complete in 3 Volumes )

      London: Printed by A. J. Valpy , 1816. London: Printed by A. J. Valpy , 1816. Complete in 3 volumes. xlli[1]496pp, xxi[1]504pp, xxviii[1]682pp, frontis illustration to each volume, plus 1 map. Bound in original period paper boards. Boards and spines rubbed and worn, 2 boards detached. Internally, some light spotting. Pages in good clean condition. A nice copy, in period bindings. A25. Boards. Good Plus. Quarto.

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        New Hampshire by Recent Survey Made under the Supreme Authority and Published According to Law

      Concord, N.H.: Carrigain, Philip., 1816. Concord, N.H.: Carrigain, Philip., 1816. ... 52" x 48" (132 cm x 121 cm)... Wall map mounted on linen with rollers. Scale. 1: 190,080. Very Good Condition. Map's edges show some faint staining. Colors remain vibrant. First official map of the state of New Hampshire. Carrigain compiled this map while serving as New Hampshire's Secretary of State. The state legislature later reported that the Carrigain "completed the map of New Hampshire with great accuracy, and in a style of superior elegance" (Ristow's American Maps and Mapmakers, page 96). Original hand-coloring by region. Elaborately decorated title cartouche with state seal. Includes inset maps of New England and Canada's maritime provinces and another of the East Coast. Vignettes show White Mountains as well as the Great Boar's Head and Hampton Beach.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

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        A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE OF PETER LUNG, WHO IS SENTENCED TO BE EXECUTED IN JUNE NEXT, AND IS NOW CONFINED IN A GLOOMY DUNGEON, LOADED WITH CHAINS, AWAITING THE AWFUL EXECUTION OF THE LAW

      Hartford: William S. Marsh, 1816.. Hartford: William S. Marsh, 1816.. 22pp. Early crude stitching. Rear cover detached, small tears at fore edge, sheets untrimmed. Contemporary manuscript notations. A good copy. Written as a series of letters to his mother and children, together with his dying address. Lung was tried and executed for the murder of his wife. The tone of the letters is reproachful, with the author citing several false and injurious statements made by his mother. Alcohol is to blame for most of the trouble with his wife: "We were now both of us, very angry, and conducted most imprudently and wickedly. We should not have done so had we not both been in a state of intoxication. And whenever we abused each other, as we often did, in a brutal and shocking manner, it was in consequence of drinking too much spirits; but when we got over it, we were always sorry for it." Scarce, with only five copies located in OCLC - New York Historical Society, Connecticut State Library, American Antiquarian Society, University of Michigan, and Colby College in Maine. McDADE 637. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 38112.

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        Lettres sur le Caucase et la Géorgie suivies d’une relation d’un Voyage en Perse en 1812. Relation d’un Voyage a Tauris en 1812

      Hamburg: Chez Perthes & Besser ("Se vend ?t. Petersbourg chez Pluchart, ?ondres chez T. Boosey, ?aris, 1816. Hamburg: Chez Perthes & Besser ("Se vend à St. Petersbourg chez Pluchart, à Londres chez T. Boosey, à Paris chez Treuttel & Wurtz."), 1816. Octavo (20.5 x 13 cm). Later quarter imitation leather binding; [3], 4-230, [3], 234-353, [2] pp. [1] map and 4 engraved vignettes in the text (signed S. D. Bendixen and F. A. de la Belle); errata page. Inventory stamp of the Gatchina Palace Library (Gatchinskii dvorets); half title signed "Casimir". Edges of boards lightly rubbed, light stains to front endpapers, p. 163 with neat tape repair, a few light stains/foxing throughout, two pages with tiny hole, one marginal annotation in pencil. This account of Frederika Afanas'eva von Freygang’s (nee Kudriavskaia) journey to the Caucasus in the years 1811-1812 is one of the earliest such accounts by a Russian woman writer. The correspondence sent by Frederika to her husband (then head of a military command to the Transcaucasus region during the latter stages of the Russo-Persian War of 1804-1813) chronicles her arduous journey through the Russian steppe and the main range of the Caucasus Mountains with her three children. The descriptive passages of the people, customs, and geography encountered along the way are rendered in the flowing French idiom of the Russian aristocracy and represent a valuable record of the early era of Russian colonial expansion in the region. Freygang’s impressions and descriptions were of undoubted importance to the military administration of the time and to the aristocratic readership, as the provenance of this copy illustrates (it stems from the Imperial collection of the Gatchina Palace Library). An important work from an early nineteenth-century female author. The second part of the book, by Frederika Freygang’s husband Wilhelm, is a historico-political account of the Transcaucasus region compiled from notes taken in the field. Freygang’s military sorties took him to the territories of the present day nations of Georgia, Armenia, Iran, and Azerbaijan, and his account of these lands, then mostly under the administration of the Persian Empire, is an early exemplar of the colonial and orientalist works that would come into vogue with the reading public in the following decades. Together an early and important work with broad anthropological and historical interest. Only one other copy attested in the trade.

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        BYRON, LORD. The Prisoner of Chillon

      John Murray, London 1816 - Original drab brown wrappers. 8vo., [vi], 60, [ii]pp with "List of Poems" as called for at end. The first issue with half-title and E8 blank. A superb copy with minimal wear, sligh crinkling to portion of front wrapper, on very small tear. Scarce. Housed in custom made folding thre-quarter blue morocco case with paper label on spine. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Edward Nudelman Rare Books]
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        Demonstratio nova altera theorematis omnem functionem algebraicam rationalem integram unius variabilis in factores reales primi vel secundi gradus resolvi posse.

      Göttingen, Dieterich, 1816.. (22 x 19 cm). 38 S. Moderner Pappband. (Sonderdruck aus: Commentationes Scientiarum Göttingensis).. Erste Ausgabe im seltenen Sonderdruck, mit eigener Paginierung. - Gauß hat den Fundamentalsatz der Algebra erstmals in seiner Dissertation bewiesen; im Laufe seines Lebens aber mehrfach, jeweils mit anderem Ansatz. Der vorliegende Beweis "verwendet algebraische Eigenschaften der symmetrischen Funktionen und eine Differentialgleichung zwischen dem Ausgangspolynom und seiner Diskriminante. Dieser Ansatz führt zu dem abstrakten modernen Beweis der Existenz eines Zerfällungskörpers und der Tatsache, daß dieser Körper der komplexen Zahlen enthalten ist" (Bühler, Gauß). - Titel verso gestempelt und angefalzt, sonst wohlerhalten. - DSB 5, 307; Poggendorff I, 855; Merzbach 1816b Rare first edition, offprint issue. - Proof about the fundamental theorem of algebra. - Stamp verso to title. Minor browning. Modern boards. Fine copy

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        DAS WESTLICHE AFRIKA,

      . oder Sitten, Gebräuche und Gewohnheiten der Afrikaner zwischen dem Senegal und Zambia und der Mohrenstämme in der grossen Wüste; nebst naturhistorischen Bemerkungen und der Geschichte der afrikanischen Colonien. Aus dem Französischen des R. B. V. 4 dele. Pesth: Konrad Ad. Hartleben 1816. Med 44 kobbertavler, nogle foldede, 2 kort samt et nodeblad. VIII + 123 + 156 s. Indb. i to samt. hlvlaederbd. St.p.fbl.<br>With 44 engraved plates, some folding, two maps and one leaf of music. 4 parts in two contp. half leather bindings. Stamp on flyleaf. * Miniaturgemälde aus der Länder- und Völkerkunde...der verschiedenen Völkerschaften aller Welttheile. Hrsg. von Ausust Ehrenstein. Vol. 9-12..

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        Veduta della facciata e fianco destro del Duomo di Milano

      Milano 1816 - Veduta della facciata e del fianco destro del Duomo, caratterizzata da una vivacissima animazione che rende vivo e pulsante il primo piano, donandoci uno spaccato di vita quotidiana del primo ottocento milanese. La veduta è impreziosita dalla rifinitura ad acquerello monocromo, che nel contrasto tra luci ed ombre definisce il volume degli edifici e dà corpo e vita ai personaggi. Riferimenti: Arrigoni, Milano nelle vecchie stampe, vol. I, pag. 114, n°467 mm 315x415

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        Voyage d&#39;un Français en Angleterre, pendant les années 1810 et 1811; avec des obversations sut l&#39;état politique et moral, les arts et la littérature de ce pays, et sur les moeurs et les usages des ses jhabitants

      Paris, Treuttel et W? 1816.. Paris, Treuttel et Würtz 1816.. 2 vols. 8°. XI (1) 525 pp.; 1 f., 450 pp. avec 13 vignettes et 15 planches (dont 13 sont a l&#39;aquatinte) et 2 tables plisées. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Rückengoldpräg. u. goldgeprägt. Rückensch. Bd. 2 anfangs leicht wasserrand. Querard IX, 169; Lipperheide Gca 26 - Première édition. Mit 13 Aquatintatafeln von Piringer nach Simond. Mit Landschaftsdarstellungen von Wye, Dunbar, Schloss Ragland, Schloss Acre, der Kirche in Stourhead sowie unterschiedlichen Trachten.

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        "Capture of the Badere Zaffer, July 6th. 1808".

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins. - Gerahmt.

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        Capture of La Minerve, June 24th. 1795.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26,5 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Capture of La Pomone, L'Engageante, & La Babet, April 23rd. 1794.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26,5 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Capture of the Castor, May 29th. 1794.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17,5 x 26,5 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Capture of La Pique Jany. 5th. 1795.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        "Capture of La Prevoyante and La Raison, May 17th. 1795".

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Capture of the Mahonesa, Oct. 13th. 1796.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17,5 x 26 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Lord Hotham's Action, March 14th. 1795.

      . Altkolorierte Aquatintaradierung von Thomas Sutherland nach Thomas Whitcombe, London 1816, 17 x 26 cm.. Thieme/Becker XXXII, 319 und XXXV, 495; Tooley 153. - Aus dem prachtvollen Tafelwerk über die Seeschlachten der napoleonischen Kriege "The Naval Achievements of Great Britain" von J. Jenkins.

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        Naturgeschichte des Succins, oder des sogenannten Bernsteins; nebst Theorie der Bildung aller fossilen, bituminösen Inflammabilien des organischen Reichs und den Analysen derselben. 2 Teile in einem Band

      Th. F. Thiriart, K?1816.. Th. F. Thiriart, Köln 1816.. Oktav. Pappband der Zeit mit marmorierten Bezügen und goldgepr. Rückentitelschild. Kollation: XVIII, 438 S.; VI, 125 (+1) S., 11 Bll., Titel mit kleiner Feuchtigkeitsspur im oberen Rand, vorderer fliegender Vorsatz mit altem, handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Einband an den Kanten etwas berieben, insgesamt wohlerhalten. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Sinkankas 3236. - Poggendorff I, 1197. - Bolton I, 556. - Ferchl, p. 259. - Teil I: Naturgeschichte des Succins oder Bernsteins. - Teil II.1: Von den bituminösen Körpern im Allgemeinen . - Teil II.2: Von einigen Pflanzensäften heutiger Vegetationen. Im ersten Teil ( S. 169-176) eine ausführliche Bibliographie der bis dahin erschienenen Literatur über Bernstein, sofern sie nicht im Text genannt wurde. - "By far the best work written on amber in the 19th century, marking the transition from a period of fable and speculation about the true nature of amber and its origin to its modern scientific clarification and explanation. John&#39;s work is extremely thorough and neglects scarcely any aspect of the subject ... This book, aside from its wealth of information on the cultural and technical aspects of amber also became virtually an annotated bibliography of everything worth reading up to the time of its publication." (Sinkankans) - Johann Friedrich John (1782-1847) war Professor der Chemie und Pharmazie in Frankfurt a. d. Oder, zuletzt Privatgelehrter in Berlin.

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        Über den Hospitalbrand - Aus dem Holländischen und Französischen übersetzt, und mit Anmerkungen und einem Anhange, diese Krankheit und die Errichtung von Zelten und Baracken bei überfüllten und angesteckten Lazarethen betreffend.

      Jena, Mauke & Sohn, 1816.. 1. Aufl. xx, 280 Seiten, 8°, Hardcover/Pappeinband. Einband etwas berieben, etwas fleckig, ansonst guter und sauberer Zustand. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inhalt: Brugmans: Über die Beschaffenheit und die Bestandtheile der Atmosphäre, in welcher der sogenannte Hospitalbrand entsteht. Delpech: Über die Complicationen der Wunden und Geschwüre, welche unter dem Namen Hospitalfäulniß bekannt ist. Kiefer: Monographie des Hospitalbrandes.

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        THE HISTORY OF THE RENOWNED PRINCE ARTHUR, King of Britain, with his life and death, and all his glorious battles. Likewise, the noble acts and heroic deeds of his valiant knights of the round table

      London, Walker and Edwards, et al., 1816.. London, Walker and Edwards, et al., 1816.. Two volumes, complete set, 1816. 12 mo, approximnately 130 x 70 mm, 5 x 2¾ inches, frontispieces and vignettes on extra engraved title pages, pages: xxxii, 468; xvi, 488, both half-titles present, rebound in full green morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spine, single gilt rule and single blind decoration to edges of covers, marbled endpapers, edges stained green to match, marbled endpapers and housed in a plain green slip case. Pale age-browning to frontispieces and engraved titles, Volume 1 has a long closed tear neatly repaired to preliminary leaf viii, no loss of text, some pages between 98 and 120 bound out of order, but all present, occasional very small pale spot, otherwise a very clean attractive set. This edition is the first publication of Malory&#39;s Morte d&#39;Arthur since the Stansby edition of 1634. See: Barry Gaines, Sir Thomas Malory, An Anecdotal Bibliography of Editions 1485-1985, page 13-16. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Negro&#39;s Visit to the Cottage; Being The Third Part of The History of The Negro Servant: Shewing how he was received among Christian Society, and at length Baptized by the Clergyman of the Parish

      London: Printed and Sold by J. Evans & Son, 1816. London: Printed and Sold by J. Evans & Son, 1816. First Edition. Wraps. Very good. First Edition. Wraps. English chapbook. 12mo (19cm). 8pp wraps with title and vignette on page 1. Small pin holes on left edge where pamphlet was once stitched. Light wear. Old ink name written on page 1. Scarce. OCLC locates 2 copies in U.S. libraries and 1 in Wales.

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        Carl Grandisson oder Grossjean, der berüchtigte Postwagendieb und Betrüger. Eine criminalistische Novelle

      Heidelberg, J. Engelmann, 1816.. Heidelberg, J. Engelmann, 1816.. Mit lithograph. Portrait. 2 Bl., 254 S. Neuere HLwd. Huelke-Etzler 1649; Hayn-Got. IX, 221. - Das Frontispiz ist eine Inkunabel der Lithographie (nicht bei Dussler und Winkler). - Separatausgabe aus dem fünfbändigen Werks Pfisters, "Merkwürdige Criminalfälle". - Eingehende Schilderung des Lebens und der Verbrechen des Räubers; laut Vorwort als "Warnungstafel für gar manchen Reisenden, für Postofficianten und Gastwirthe" gedacht. - Unbeschnitten. Gebräunt u. stockfleckig, Titel mit Bibl.-Marke und durchschlagendem Leimfleck.

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        Werke.

      Wien, Bey Chr. Kaulfuss und C. Armbruster, Stuttgart. In der J.G. Cotta0schen Buchhandlung. Gedruckt bey Anton Strauss 1816 - 1820.. 20 (von 26) Bänden. 8°. Jeder Band mit einem gestochenen Titel mit gestochenen Titelvignetten meist nach L. Schnorr von Karolsfeld. Halblederbände der Zeit mit schwarzen goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung mit Lyra- und Kranzmotiven. Blauschnitt.. Hagen 22. - Goedeke IV/3, 10(B1). - Von Cotta in Absprache mit Goethe autorisierter Nachdruck für den österreichischen Markt. In identischer Bandzusammenstellung wie die Ausgabe von Cotta von 1815 - 1819, jedoch, auf Grund der Wiener Zensurbestimmungen neu gesetzt, und offenbar in Orthographie und Interpunktion stärker abweichend zur Stuttgarter Ausgabe und entgegen dieser mit je einem gestochenen Titel. - Auf gutem Papier gedruckt. Exemplar in hübschen dekorativen Einbänden. Die fehlenden 6 Bände mit dem "West-östlichen Diwan", "Winkelmann", dem 2. Teil von "Aus meinem Leben" und "Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre" - Vorsätze mit Leimschatten, Ecken leicht bestossen und Rücken beschabt. Titelblatt von Band 20 lose.

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        Denkwürdigkeiten für die Kriegskunst und Kriegsgeschichte (6 Hefte in 3).

      Berlin, Reimer, 1816/20.. Herausgegeben von einigen Officieren des Königl. Preussischen Generalstabs. Mit 6 gefalteten Plänen, 2, 206 Seiten; 260 Seiten; 250 Seiten; 261 Seiten; 190 Seiten; 190 Seiten, etwas spätere Halblederbände mit eingebundenem hinteren Einbanddeckel (Register) der Originalbroschur, 19,5 x 12 cm,. 3 Titelblätter mit je 3 Stempeln und stockfleckig, innen teils etwas stockfleckig. Enthält Abhandlungen zu Ereignissen der französischen Revolutionskriege und der Befreiungskriege sowie einige Abhandlungen über den Siebenjährigen Krieg, den Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg, Korsica und Indien.

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        Ferraria Undulata. Ferraria Ondulee. Plate 28.

      Les Liliacees. 1802-1816 - Stipple engraving. Original colour. Mounted size 53.5 x 72cm. Size: 34 x 52 cm. (13½ x 20½ inches). In fine condition. Pierre Joseph Redoute was born in Belgium, he became a favored artist at the court of France, patronized by kings from Louis XVI to Louis-Philippe. His delicate illustrations were not only framed as pictures but also applied to china. Engraved by Lemercier.

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