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        Fragments on the theory and practice of Landscape Gardening.

      London: printed by T. Bensley and Son; for J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library,, 1816. Including some remarks on Grecian and Gothic architecture, collected from various manuscripts, in the possession of the different noblemen and gentlemen, for whose use they were originally written; the whole tending to establish fixed principles in the respective arts. By H. Repton, Esq., assisted by his son, J. Adey Repton, F.A.S. Large quarto (345 × 276 mm). Full straight grain red morocco to style by Philip Dusel, elaborate gilt ornamentation framing both boards, spine richly gilt between raised bands, gilt-lettered direct in second compartment, gilt inner dentelles, original grey endpapers, all edges with original gilding. 43 aquatint plates from drawings by H. Repton, of which 21 are hand-coloured, 11 with overslips, 3 double-page; 5 are tinted, one with overslip; the remainder uncoloured, 3 with overslips; 9 aquatint vignettes in the text, 2 with overslips; numerous woodcuts in the text. Gift inscription to the front free endpaper: "From Mr & Mrs Flower to their friends Mr & Mrs J. Warder, As a token of grateful remembrance for their kind attention to themselves and family. June 18. 1818" Free endpapers neatly strengthened, discreet repairs to a few overslips; scattered light foxing; a very fine copy in a splendid binding. First edition of Repton's last treatise on landscape gardening, written together with his son. Fragments is illustrated in the familiar Repton manner, with overslips used to show the changed landscape before and after Repton's improvements. He was by now famous, mentioned for example in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park (1814) as the generic name of all landscape gardeners: "Repton, or any body of that sort".

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        Christabel: Kubla Khan, A Vision; The Pains of Sleep.

      London: printed for John Murray, by William Bulmer and Co.,, 1816. Octavo (222 × 139 mm). Later 19th-century polished tan calf by Tout (ink-stamp to front free endpaper verso), skilfully rebacked with the original spine laid down, raised bands, compartments richly gilt with floral sprays, twin red and green morocco letterpieces, date gilt to foot on similar red label, French fillet border and thistle corpernieces gilt to covers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, broad turn-ins with dotted, single fillet and floral rolls in gilt, marbled endpapers. Complete with the half-titles and 8 pages of publisher's advertisements dated March 1816 to the rear. Engraved bookplate of collector John Waugh dated 1896 to the front pastedown. Extremities minimally rubbed, effaced ownership inscription and a few small spots to title-page, advertisements toned (different paper stock), binder's blanks foxed. An excellent, wide-margined copy, the contents clean and well-preserved in a handsome binding. First edition, with the half-title and advertisements, notably untrimmed in a signed later 19th-century binding. This publication prints for the first time three of Coleridge's very best poems, the gothic Christabel (which was written 1797-1800 but excluded from the 1800 edition of Lyrical Ballads on Wordsworth's advice and left unpublished until here), the lysergic Kubla Khan (accompanied by Coleridge's notorious recount of its composition one night after an opium influenced dream having read a work describing Xanadu, the summer palace of the Mongol ruler and Emperor of China), and The Pains of Sleep (considered a description of opium withdrawal symptoms). The publisher's advertisements evince a good year for literature, with Murray publishing Byron's Siege of Corinth, Walter Scott's Field of Waterloo, Jane Austen's Emma, Leigh Hunt's Rimini, as well as John Malcolm's classic History of Persia.

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        Travels in Various Countries of Europe Asia and Africa. Part the Second: Greece, Egypt and the Holy Land. Sections One-Three

      T. Cadell and W. Davies, London 1816 - Part the Second Complete in Three volumes (constituting Vol. 2-4 of the 6 volume First Edition published between 1810 and 1823). 88 (of 89) plates and maps (some folding), xix, (13), 715, xv, (12), 20, 822, xx, [14], 735p. Rebound in later heavy red buckram backed in pebbled faux leather (with matching corners on Sections the Second and Third but not Section the First). 30cm. The bindings are sound but quite unattractive. Title label lacking Section the First but present on the other two volumes. Substantial damping and rippling of pages throughout all three volumes (but no adherence). Lacks folding Outline map at end of Section the Second. Almost all plates have at least some dampstaining but all are still usable. Among Clarke's many enthusiasms was mineralogy; Section the Third contains, as a supplement, Clarke's account of his journey from Constantinople to Vienna, including his account of the Gold Mines of Transylvania and Hungary (pp. 527-701). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. O. O. u. D.

      1816. 1 S. 8vo. auf gefalt. Doppelblatt. An den Musikkritiker Karl Eduard Schelle (1816-1882): "Je ne sais pas votre adresse. J'adresse donc ces mots à la 'Presse' espérant qu'on vos les expédiera - vous savez que notre amie adorée Mme Viardot a passé six semaines avec nous à Berlin - j'ai Mille choses à vous dire - de sa part, venez donc me voir, si vous pouvez le soir après le 'Barbier' je serai charmé de vous serrer la main et de vous raconter tout ce qui concerne notre amie [...]". - Etwas knittrig. - Die Schülerin von Pauline Viardot-Garcia (1821-1910) wurde 1858 an der Großen Oper zu Paris engagiert, anschließend am Teatro alla Scala in Mailand. Im Dezember 1859 kam Artôt de Padilla von dort nach Berlin und nahm ein Engagement bei der neu gegründeten Italienischen Oper am Victoria-Theater an. In den folgenden Jahren war sie in den führenden Opernhäusern ganz Europas zu Gast.

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        Friedrich Schillers sämtliche Werke

      Doll Wien, 1816. 25 Bände, 18 cm Softcover/Paperback Antiquarisch sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar, 25 Bände komplett, Band 14 fehlt, je Band 1 Titelkupfer, leicht stockfleckig, einfacher Buchdruckereinband. K5124 Philosophie; Darstellung; Methoden; Lebensweisen;

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        Neueste Geographie von Steiermark - mit ihren statistischen, physikalischen, industriellen und topographischen Merkwürdigkeiten. Nebst einem alphabetischen Verzeichniß aller in Steiermark befindlichen Städte, Märkte, merkwürdigen Dörfer, Schlösser, Klöster, Berge, Flüsse, Seen, Mineral-Quellen, Straßen, Posten, Wasserwege, historischen, physikalischen, industriösen und statistischen Eigenheiten.

      Graz, Franz Ferstl, 1816. Erstauflage, EA 235 Seiten 8°, Halbleder sehr schöne alte Privatbindung, Goldprägung am Buchrücken, aufklappbare Karte ( \"Das Herzogthum Steyermark nach Liesganigs Wahrnehmungen auch sonst merklich verbessert. Zu finden bey Joh. V. Kauperz k. k. Kupferstechern in Grätz\" ) im Anhang, Frontispiz ( \"Graetz von der Südseite\" ), oben am Rand fast durchgehend heller zarter Fleck ( Karte und Stich nicht betroffen), sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Journal of a Tour in Germany, Sweden, Russia, Poland, during the years 1813 and 1814.

      London, John Murray, 1816. 4to. VIII + (4) + 527 pp. 18 plates, including 12 aquatints by I. Clark. Contemporary half calf. Spine gilt. Occasional light brown spotting and offsetting.

      [Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat]
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        Méthode Lancastérienne, ou Systême d'éducation britannique: épitome complet des inventions et améliorations faites dans l'éducation de la jeunesse, et mises en pratique dans toutes les écoles publiques de la Grand-Bretagne . traduite par Th. F. A. Jouenne et J.R. Jones

      P. J. De Mat,, Brussels 1816 - A very rare French translation of Lancaster's The British System of Education (1810). In French it is apparently preceded only by Système anglais dinstruction (1815) a translation by the duc de La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, also rare. Lancaster's 'monitorial system', in which huge groups of 100 pupils were educated in factory-inspired classes was widely adopted in Britain and the United State; with Dickens its most effective detractor via the Coketown schoolrooms of Hard Times. The plates of this Brussels edition reproduce those of the English editions, with plans of the schoolroom workstations and plate illustrating group reading from a board (saving the purchase of books).Born in London in 1778 the Quaker Joseph Lancaster founded several schools there, before introducing the system to North and South America. He died in New York in 1838 afer being run over by a carriage. 8vo (192 × 115 mm), pp. vi, [2], 110, including half-title, plus engraved frontispiece and 5 plates (one folding), verso of half-title signed by the publisher (against counterfeits). Uncut in original blue publisher's boards with printed spine label. Rubbed, foot of spine rather worn, label chipped, but an excellent copy. [OCLC locates the Lyon and Amsterdam University Library copies only worldwide. COPAC adds no UK copies.] [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Justin Croft Antiquarian Books Ltd ABA]
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        Autograph book order signed. Brighton

      1816. 1 p. on bifolium. 8vo. "Lady Noel Byron requests Mr Hailes to send Nos. 1 & 2 of the Library of Entertaining Knowledge & Dr Brown's work on the 'Nervous Disease of the Spine" to Mrs Noel, Bullock's Hotel, Windsor, to be placed to Lady Noel Byron's account." With Byron's poem "Fare thee well!" (in letterpress) pasted to the second leaf; traces of mounting on reverse. - A highly educated and strictly religious woman, Anna Isabella seemed an unlikely match for the amoral and agnostic poet Byron. Indeed, the marriage lasted but a year, as Byron was given to fits of anger and maintained an incestuous relationship with his older half-sister Augusta Leigh. The couple separated in March 1816. Their only child, Augusta Ada Byron (Countess of Lovelace), was a gifted mathematician and is credited with creating the first computer program.

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        DElla Zecca e Delle Monete Perugine. Memorie e Documenti Inediti

      Dalla Tipografia Di Francesco Baduel, Perugia 1816 - In 4to, contemporary half calf with label to spine, pp. XI, (1), 171- 74 ( Appendice di documenti inediti) with three copper plates and one vignette of coins on title-page. First edition, scarce. Worn to the marbled boards, corners bumped. Some worming not affecting text. Good copy otherwise Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Pordes Books Ltd]
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        The Idler, by the author of "The Rambler.

      London: for Cadell and Davies; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [& 7 others in London],, 1816. A new edition. Octavo (213 x 132 mm). Contemporary red straight-grain morocco, spine with three wide, low raised bands gilt, gilt-lettered in two panels, richly gilt at head and tail, sides with thick-and-thin gilt outer rule enclosing gilt decorative roll, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Front cover darkened a little in two places, extremities very lightly rubbed; an excellent copy. An attractive copy, handsomely bound, with double fore-edge paintings showing Temple fountain in London about 1760 and Lichfield, birthplace of Dr Johnson. The Idler is a series of 103 essays, all but 12 of them by Samuel Johnson, published in the Universal Chronicle between 1758 and 1760 and first collected in book form in 1761. The authors besides Johnson were Thomas Warton, Bennet Langton, and Joshua Reynolds.

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        Naturhistorische Bilder-Gallerie aus dem Thierreiche.

      (Lindau 1816 - 33 Hefte + 3 Supplementhefte in 1 Band. (Lindau, 1816). 43x35 cm. Lithographiertes Titelbl., (2) S. Verzeichnis, 72 S. Text. Mit 144 lithographierten Tafeln. Späterer, schlichter Halbleinwandband. Nicht bei Nissen. - Komplett, jedoch ohne die Lieferungsumschläge mit den Druckvermerken. - Der Zeichner und Lithograph Carl Joseph Brodtmann (1787-1862) kam 1817 von Lindau am Bodensee nach Zürich, wo er als Zeichenlehrer tätig war und 1820 eine Steindruckerei mit Verlagsbuchhandlung eröffnete, die er später an Johann Jakob Honegger verkaufte. Er eröffnete eine lithographische Anstalt in Schaffhausen, die ab 1838 unter dem Namen "Verlag der Brodtmann'schen Buchhandlung" auch Buch- und Kunsthandlung war. U.a. verlegte er ab 1840 das "Tageblatt für den Kanton Schaffhausen", eigene Stiche und betätigte sich für andere Verlage als Illustrator. (Vgl. HLS). - Heft 1-18 mit 36 S. Text und 72 Tafeln (12 Menschen und 60 Säugetiere). - Heft 19-21 mit 6 S. Text und 12 Tafeln (Amphibien). - Heft 22-25 mit 10 S. Text und 16 Tafeln (Insekten). - Heft 26-33 mit 16 S. Text und 32 Tafeln (Vögel). - Supplemenheft 1-3 mit 4 S. Text und 12 Tafeln. - Einband etwas berieben. Titelblatt gebräunt und etwas fleckig. Text praktisch durchgehend stockfleckig und wasserrandig. Nur wenige Tafel etwas gebräunt oder fleckig. - Vollständig selten. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Pantheon denkwürdiger Wunderthaten volksthümlicher Heroen und furchtbarer Empörer des österreichischen Gesammt-Reiches. [komplett in 3 Bänden]

      Wien Verlag der Haas\'schen Buchhandlung / Verlag Has 1816 3 Halblederbände der Zeit mit rundum Farbschitt und Lesebändchen goldene Rückenprägung, kl.-8°. 1. Band: 1. Blatt, 371 Seiten; 2. Band: 398 Seiten 1 Blatt, 3. Band: 391 Seiten, mit 3 gestochenen Titeln und 11 Porträtkupferstichen, komplettes Exemplar, altersgemäß etwas berieben guter Zustand Goedeke VI, S. 640 No. 12 / Sammlung Eckl, III No 493 dort bebenfalls mit 11 Tafeln; Inhalt: Erasmus Lueger / Andreas Hofer / Joaeph Speckbacher / Paul Kray / Stephan Fadinger / Ziska und Procop / Friedrich Stubenberg / Marcellin Ortner / Benyovsky / Die Familie Eggenberg / Ulrich Eyzinger / Hunyady / Die Wiener-Neustadt und Andreas Baumkircher / Wallenstein / Oswald von Wolkenstein / Jacob Sieberer / Wolfgang Holzer / Peter Haider / Andreas Jelky / Martinuzi / Zapolya / Kohary Versand D: 9,00 EUR Austriaca

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        Pharmacopoeia Collegii regalis medicorum Londinensis (1809). Editio Altera.

      Leipzig Georg Fleischer 1816 - 8° [= 22 x 13,1 cm]. XL, 128 S. Pappband der Zeit. Im Handel sehr selten. - *** Garrison & Morton 1821 [zur Erstausgabe von 1618]: "The first London pharmacopoeia, issued by the (Royal) College of Physicians."** Waller 7386 [zur Ausg. von 1746]. *** Nicht bei Engelmann verzeichnet. *** Unbeschnittene Seitenränder, Text etwas gebräunt bzw. leicht fleckig, Pappeinband etwas abgegriffen, ansonsten ordentliches Ex. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Dresden Geschichte Stadtgeschichte

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        Staatsarchiv des teutschen Bundes. Heft 1 - 6 (Alles!).

      Erlangen Palm und Enke / 1817 1816 - 602 (Heft 1-4), 278 (H. 5-6) S. Bedruckte Broschur d. Zt. - 1 Vorderdeckel lose, alter Stempel auf Deckel u. Titel. Johann Ludwig Klüber (* 10. November 1762 in Tann (Rhön) bei Fulda; † 16. Februar 1837 in Frankfurt am Main), Staatsrechtslehrer und Publizist. In den zwei Folgejahren erschienen noch ein 7. u. 8. Bd. 1.100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Klaus Schöneborn]
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        Swiss Family Robinson.] The Family Robinson Crusoe: or, Journal of a father shipwrecked, with his wife and children, on an uninhabited island. Translated from the German of M. Wiss.

      London: printed for M. J. Godwin and Co, and Hailes, Piccadilly, 1816 - 3 volumes in two, duodecimo (168 x 104 mm). Contemporary brown half calf, dark green morocco labels, smooth spines ruled in gilt and with blind tools, marbled boards, all edges speckled red. Extremities worn, some minor soiling and spotting, neatly repaired small tear in lower margin of frontispiece and first seven leaves, also affecting the following eight leaves, but to a much lesser extent, occasional sporadic foxing. An excellent set with fresh contents. Engraved frontispieces, including folding map in second volume, 5 engraved plates by Springsguth or J. Dadley after H. Courbold, printed note promising the continuation at end of first volume. First complete edition in English of the "Swiss Family Robinson," the first two volumes consisting of a re-issue of Godwin's 1814 edition with a cancel title page, along with the first appearance of Wyss' continuation, as announced at the end of the first volume. Translated from Baroness Montolieu's 1813 French adaptation, although the titles states it was translated from the German. The Swiss Family Robinson was originally published in German under the title Der Schweizerische Robinson in 1812. Darton, p. 115 note; Gumuchian 4907 note.

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      London: Darton, Harvey & Darton, 1816. Paperback. Good. Published by Darton, Harvey & Darton 55 Gracechurch-Street circa 1816 (48) pages, title page shows boy on horse being led by a man. Illustrated with 21 half page wood engravings and 3 full page, with ex libris plate of Lawrence Darton on verso of front wrapper with the reference no. G224 (11). On the back wrapper are adverts for Darton, Harvey & Darton publications. The title page has the top right missing with no loss to text; there is a 3cm (1.5 inch) tear on page ?B?; stitching is loose therefore pages are loose; there are some dirty mark, fox marks & off setting throughout. Not pristine but it is a rare book. First published in 1798 with different illustrations. The Dartons, G224(11);

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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.. 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's Morte d'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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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. Halle, 8. X. 1816.

      1816. 1½ SS. 4to. An einen Medizinalrat: "[...] Erlauben Sie mir, Ihnen beikommend den 2ten Band meiner Anatomie u. meiner pathologischen Anatomie mit der Bitte um gütige Nachsicht zu übersenden [...]". - Der Sohn Philipp Friedrich Theodor Meckels und Bruder August Albrecht Meckels studierte Medizin in Göttingen, Würzburg und Wien, wurde 1802 in Halle promoviert und unternahm Studienreisen nach Italien, Frankreich, England, Holland und Paris, wo er u. a. mit Georges Cuvier Kontakt aufnahm. Nach Halle zurückgekehrt, wurde er Professor der Anatomie, Chirurgie und Geburtshilfe, "baute die von seinem Großvater Johann Friedrich Meckel d. Ä. begonnene Anatomische Sammlung aus und gab 1815-32 das 'Deutsche Archiv für Physiologie' (seit 1826 'Archiv für Anatomie und Physiologie') heraus. Nach Meckel benannt sind u. a. die Meckel-Divertikel und die Meckel-Knorpel. Er veröffentlichte u. a. 'Beyträge zur vergleichenden Anatomie' (2 Bde., 1808-12), 'Handbuch der menschlichen Anatomie' (4 Bde., 1815-20) und 'System der vergleichenden Anatomie' (6 Bde., 1821-31)" (DBE).

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        Panorama prise au Sommet du Mont Rigi. Zurich, Keller & Füssli, (1816).

      1816. 8vo. Fan-folded, hand-coloured aquatint (with 9 folding double leaves, c. 195 x 1980 mm) in contemp. blindstamped blue boards with floral design and mounted border. In slipcase with mounted title. The finest and rarest of Keller's panoramas in contemporary colour, depicting the view from Mount Rigi from Risch on Lake Zug to Kuessnacht on Lake Lucerne. Not to be confused with Keller's much more common like-titled panoramas of merely half size, published from 1820 onwards (cf. Harteveld Cat. 206, no. 123: their copy described as "splendidly coloured copy, then sold for the fourfold price of copies in simple colour"). In 1823 Keller was to publish yet another large-format panorama as part of a book with the same title, again not identical with this present view. - The title label bears the publisher note as quoted above; the view itself is captioned: "Gezeichnet auf dem Rigi-Kulm, 1814, von H. Keller, Vermehrt u. Berichtigt 1816 / gestochen von J. J. Scheurmann 1815". Two flaps (measuring 70 x 160 mm) can be folded out at the bottom, through with the view includes Arth on Lake Zug. Similarly, Mount Rossberg is also inserted as a flap, behind which the viewer may uncover Lake Aegeri and Eccehomo. Mounted on the back pastedown is a coloured engraving: "Le Mont Righi, dessiné près de Zoug" (175 x 107 mm; B. Bullinger del., F. Hegi sc.). - Minute paper defect on the horizon at far left, otherwise in perfect condition. Binding with occasional insignificant staining; altogether very clean. Insignificant bumping to edges of slipcase. Ms. ownership note by the Austrian actor Joseph Koberwein (1774-1857). The son of the important travelling actor Simon Friedrich Koberwein made his debut in 1796 at the Vienna Court Theatre and remained as a member of the ensemble until 1846. His principal roles were Ferdinand, Leicester, and Wallenstein. - Very rare; library and collection catalogues (OCLC, British Library, etc.) list only the later editions. Cf. Lonchamp 1672 (note). Barth 193787ff. (book edition only).

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        Werke. Wiener Ausgabe . 26 Bände. Komplett.

      Wien, Bey Chr. Kaulfuss und C. Armbruster; Stuttgart. In der J.G. Cotta0schen Buchhandlung. Gedruckt 1816 (- 1820) - Guter Zustand. Ecken berieben und bestoßen. Die grünen Rückenschildchen teils mit Randverlusten, eines gänzlich fehlend. Jeder Band zusätzlich zum typographischen mit einem gestochenen Titel mit gestochenen Titelvignetten. Deutsch 10000g 8° Halblederbände der Zeit mit grünen goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung mit Lyra- und Kranzmotiven.

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        Kaisl. Königl. Landesfürstlichen Salzkamerguts Marckt Ausse.

       \"Aquarell auf Papier (Bildausschnitt 25 x 42 cm), rechts unten signiert und bezeichnet \"\"Die (?) 21.ten Jänner 1816. Fecit Anton Klein\"\". Papier vorallem im äußeren Rand fachmännisch verstärkt, etwas fleckig. Mit Papierwappen. Passepartouiert, verglast und gerahmt mit schlichten, goldenen Holzleisten (45,5 x 57,5 cm).\" In keiner uns zugänglichen Bibliographie nachweisbar, ebenso konnten wir über Anton Klein keine Daten feststellen. Nicht bei Wurzbach, ÖBL, Schwarz, Slg. Eckl, Skreiner, Stmk. in alten Ansichten. Hübsches Aquarell des Hauptorte des Ausseerlandes Markt (seit 1285) Bad Aussee. Die gesamte Darstellung von einem schwarzen Tuschstrich umgeben. - Der internationale Luftkurort bildet den wirtschaftlichen und kulturellen Mittelpunkt des Steirischen Salzkammergutes. Am Zusammenfluß der 3 Traunquellflüsse gelegen wird der Ort von dem Zinkenkogel und Sarstein umgeben. Ausse war bereits bei den Kelten und Römern als Salzstätte bekannt. Die Saline existiert seit 1290. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Kunst, Originalgraphik, Österreich, Steiermark, Salzkammergut, Ausseerland, Liezen, Kurort

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        The Negro'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. First Edition. Wraps. Very good. 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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        Travels through Canada, and the United States of North America, in the years 1806, 1807, & 1808. To whichis added, biographical notices and anecdotes of some of the leadingcharacters in the United States. Third Edition, Corrected andImproved.

      London. Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy; and,Edinburgh, W. Blackwood; and Dublin, J. Cumming. 1816.. Hardcover. 8vo.21.5cm, in two volumes, xxxiv,544 & viii,532pp., with largeengraved colour folding map, 1 engraved chart, and 16 colouraquatint plates, (The map, the chart of Quebec and the six costumeplates are hand-coloured in full; the ten view plates are insepia), in contemporary half tan calf, wide gilt ruled raisedbands, gilt borders and centre panels decorations, crushed crimsonmorocco labels, marbled boards and endpapers, some slight wear onthe board edges else a fine set in attractive contemporary antiquestyle binding. (cgc) Third Edition, corrected and improved. Thisis the nicest set we have had.T.P.L. 6994. Lande 506. Sabin 38734.Howes L-40. Clark II-157. Gagnon I-1926. Abbey Travels II-613. Oneof the most important works on pre-Confederation Quebec and one ofthe very few aquatint books on Canada. Lambert came to Lower Canadain 1806, officially to assist in the encouragement of theCultivation of hemp in the province, with a View to freeing GreatBritain from dependence on the Northern European market, thenplaced in a precarious position by Napoleon's Berlin decree. Hisefforts in this direction failed, but he remained three years inNorth America, travelling from Quebec and Montreal to New York,South Carolina, Georgia, and Boston. His informal and highlyreadable account of his travels and observations provides muchvaluable and interesting information regarding social life,education, religion, the aboriginal population, politics,agriculture, trade, manufactures, and ship-building. The platesdepict Canadian period costume as well as views of Lower Quebec;Three Rivers, Montreal, Plymouth, Mass., General Burgoyne'sencampment at Saratoga, and a plan of the siege of Quebec. .

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        History of the Late War in the Western Country, Comprising A Full Account of All the Transactions in That Quarter, From the Commencement of Hostilities at Tippecanoe, To the Termination of the Contest at New Orleans on the Return of Peace

      Lexington, KY: Published by Worsley & Smith, 1816. First Edition. Leather bound. Good +. 8vo. viii, 534pp., [2]. Red Moroccan leather binding with decorative gilt stamped borders and designs on front and rear boards. Gilt stamped designs, 5 raised bands and gilt lettered title on spine. Gilt decorated designs on leather borders front and rear paste downs. Reddish marbled end sheets. Gilt top edge. Missing the front blank end sheet (v,vi) which follows the verso of title page and precedes the contents page. Nice book plate of H O Havemeyer, Jr. designed by J. W. Spenceley Boston 1905 on the front paste down. Small number label "846' located on the leather border front paste down. A small book plate C W W Ex Libris is located center of the right front flyleaf. Tipped in book description also on the right front flyleaf. According to Howes, "For scope and authenticity rivaled only by Dawson's Life of Harrison. Material was supplied by two of the ablest commanders, Harrison and Shelby." Howes M 9; Sabin 42929; Streeter Vol. 2 1076.

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        Bibliothecae Sandifortianae pars, continens collectionem pretiosam librorum, ... opera, tabulis artificiose sculptis historiam ... : quorum omnium publica fiet auctio ... die XVII junii et seqq. MDCCCXVI per H.W. Hazenberg, juniorem.

      Leiden: H.W. Hazenberg Jr., 1816. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good antiquarian condition. 8vo. Title (1 f.), iv, 189, [1] pp. containing altogether 3780 lots (with several sequences of lot numbering). Bound in contemporary blue boards, new spine and corner tips, edges completely untrimmed, first and last leaf dust-soiled. Little known library sale catalogue of a well-known Leiden professor of anatomy who made very significant contributions to Dutch paleopathology. Sandifort (1742-1814) was trained by world-famous Bernard Seigfried Albinus, and became devoted to applied and clinical anatomy. From 1777 to 1781 he published "Observationes anatomico-pathologicae," later followed by the famous series of atlases on the contents of the Leiden Anatomical Museum ("Museum Anatomicum Lugdunuo-Batavae," 1793-1835) which was subsequently completed by his son equally famous son Gerard. "This monumental work is still valued today for its beautiful engravings and descriptions of a great variety of paleopathological conditions" (SOURCE: Global History of Paleopathology: Pioneers and Prospects, ed. Jane E. Buikstra). * Sandifort was fluent in Dutch, German, Swedish, and Italian, and his private library reflects his erudition in an unusually broad range of subjects in the aforementioned languages. The sale catalogue is arranged as follows: Theology, Botony, Law, Politics and Government, Philosophy, Mathematics, History, Geography, Literature, Archeology, Biography, Classics, and Voyages & Travels (the latter being particularly well represented). Notably absent are medical books which were presumably bequeathed to his son Gerard, who contributed a 2-page preface to the catalogue (his library sold in 1849). * PROVENANCE: contemporary inscription on title "Heer Trap" -- blind stamp of the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut on 1st and 2nd leaf -- Hartford Theological Seminary (the collection of 240,000 volumes was purchased by Emory University in 1975) -- deaccessioned from Pitts Theology Library (bookplate). * Scarce: OCLC locates three copies worldwide, all in The Netherlands (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Leiden University, and Maastricht University), to which we add Bibliotheque Royale Albert I copy, described by Blogie, Col. 50.

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        The Fly Fisher's Guide, illustrated byColoured Plates, representing Upwards of Forty of the Most Useful Flies,Accurately Copied from Nature.

      Liverpool. Printed for the Author by G.F.Harris's Widow and Brothers. 1816.. Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo, 22.5cm, first trade edition,viii,150p., with 8 colour plates, original quarter black morocco overcloth, gilt titles, title page repaired, spine edges rubbed, internallyvery good. With the Bookplate: Casting Club De France. 1913. LePresident: . R.B. Marston, Membre d'Honneur. Marston was the authorof the important 1901 Supplement to Westwood & Satchell.Bibliobibliotheca Piscatoria: a Catalogue of Books on Angling, 1883,which lists around 1200 additional works on angling, fish and fisheries from 1883 to 1900, as well as publications missed in the 1883 edition. Westwood & Satchell p20. This is the scarce first edition of a classicand very early book on fly-dressing. ". it should be disseminatedamongst Friends only, (for as such he has been accustomed to considerevery brother of the Angle)." (Author's Preface). A limited editionof 12 quarto copies was also published. The book went into numerouseditions and a version was still in print in 2006. (Title pagerepaired). .

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      Printed (By Request), April 1816, [Portland? Brunswick?]: - 21, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, lightly spotted, Good+. The author argues "that we must sooner or later be separated from Massachusetts. In extent of territory the District of Maine is larger, than the rest of New- England. Her extensive seacoast is indented with harbors, some of which are allowed to be among the finest in the world.In fine, she wants nothing but the fostering care of a legislature, devoted to her prosperity, and ready to aid the enterprize of men of public spirit and capital, to make her the most wealthy and powerful of the Northern States. And such is the high destiny, that awaits her." Massachusetts "views with a degree of jealousy our prosperity." The author makes the case for separation, demonstrating with careful arithmetic the cost savings, as well as the democratic right of Maine residents to choose their own government. FIRST EDITION. Williamson 325. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sopra le macchine a vapore. Saggio...

      Firenze, Magheri, 1816. Edizione originale. In 8°, p. (4)97(3). In fine, 8 tavole f.t. ripiegate con 9 incisioni che raffigurano varie macchine a vapore (quella di Savery, che brevettò il primo motore a vapore, quelle di Watt, di Newcomen, l'Elisa e l'Etna, navi a vapore). Prima opera pubblicata in Italia su questo argomento. Le due carte di appendici sono, come in questo esemplare, spesso assenti. Brossura originale col dorso rifatto. (Barucci - Carpenter, "Italian Economic Literature in the Kren Library", II, 821).

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        Bibliothecae Sandifortianae pars, continens collectionem pretiosam librorum, ... opera, tabulis artificiose sculptis historiam ... : quorum omnium publica fiet auctio ... die XVII junii et seqq. MDCCCXVI per H.W. Hazenberg, juniorem.

      Leiden: H.W. Hazenberg Jr., 1816. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good antiquarian condition. 8vo. Title (1 f.), iv, 189, [1] pp. containing altogether 3780 lots (with several sequences of lot numbering). Bound in contemporary blue boards, new spine and corner tips, edges completely untrimmed, first and last leaf dust-soiled. Little known library sale catalogue of a well-known Leiden professor of anatomy who made very significant contributions to Dutch paleopathology. Sandifort (1742-1814) was trained by world-famous Bernard Seigfried Albinus, and became devoted to applied and clinical anatomy. From 1777 to 1781 he published "Observationes anatomico-pathologicae," later followed by the famous series of atlases on the contents of the Leiden Anatomical Museum ("Museum Anatomicum Lugdunuo-Batavae," 1793-1835) which was subsequently completed by his son equally famous son Gerard. "This monumental work is still valued today for its beautiful engravings and descriptions of a great variety of paleopathological conditions" (SOURCE: Global History of Paleopathology: Pioneers and Prospects, ed. Jane E. Buikstra). * Sandifort was fluent in Dutch, German, Swedish, and Italian, and his private library reflects his erudition in an unusually broad range of subjects in the aforementioned languages. The sale catalogue is arranged as follows: Theology, Botony, Law, Politics and Government, Philosophy, Mathematics, History, Geography, Literature, Archeology, Biography, Classics, and Voyages & Travels (the latter being particularly well represented). Notably absent are medical books which were presumably bequeathed to his son Gerard, who contributed a 2-page preface to the catalogue (his library sold in 1849). * PROVENANCE: contemporary inscription on title "Heer Trap" -- blind stamp of the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut on 1st and 2nd leaf -- Hartford Theological Seminary (the collection of 240,000 volumes was purchased by Emory University in 1975) -- deaccessioned from Pitts Theology Library (bookplate). * Scarce: OCLC locates three copies worldwide, all in The Netherlands (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Leiden University, and Maastricht University), to which we add Bibliotheque Royale Albert I copy, described by Blogie, Col. 50.

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        Regolamento sulla Istituzione del Corpo dei Carabinieri Pontificj

      Cm. 19,50; pp. 116. Unito a: GALASSI VINCENZO. "Sentimenti morali e brevi instruzioni per un Carabiniere". Roma. Poggioli. 1816, pp. 72. Legatura coeva a forma di astuccio in piena pergamena, al piatto dati di appartenenza manoscritti: "Angelo Beltrammi Carabiniere a Cavallo del 1816. Compagnia Scelta". Edizioni originali di opere importanti e interessanti sull'origine della "Polizia Pontificia", il primo descrive il regolamento mentre il secondo contiene lo spirito e la pratica delle masioni dei Carabinieri Pontifici. 655 / P

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        Métrologie universelle, ancienne et moderne, ou rapport des Poids et Mesures des Empires, Royaumes, Duchés et Principautés des quatre parties du Monde

      Bordeaux, Lavigne Jeune, 1816. XI, (1), 472pp., et 1 planche cartonnage moderne à la bradel 1816, 1816, in-4, XI, (1), 472pp, et 1 planche, cartonnage moderne à la bradel, Rare unique édition. L'auteur de cet ouvrage est un ancien comptable qui professait les changes étrangers et écrivit quelques rapports sur les systèmes des poids et mesures de différents pays. Dictionnaire exhaustif et synthétique de toutes les mesures ayant existé ou existantes concernant les mesures linéaires, les surfaces, les poids, la solidité, l'arpentage, la topographie, les liquides, le bois de chauffage, les systèmes monétaires et les mesures de capacité pour le stockage des grains. Après une première partie analytique, l'ouvrage se présente sous forme de tableaux alphabétiques de pays ou villes avec les anciens et nouveaux poids et mesures français: ces tableaux proposent des formules simples pour la conversion des mesures linéaires, des mesures pour les toiles et les draps, des mesures agraires ou d'arpentage, des mesures itinéraires et topographiques, des mesures pour le bois, les grains, les liquides, les poids et les monnaies. Exemplaire grand de marges, à l'intérieur très propre

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      Three volumes, bound in recent speckled calf, with gilt tooling and red and green labels to the spine. The text blocks are slightly toned, with minor marks and spots of foxing. The half titles are absent from volumes 1 & 2, but present in volume 3. A very attractive first edition set of the final novel to be published in Austen's lifetime.

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      Plymouth-Dock, 1816. xiv,289,[1]pp., plus frontispiece portrait and two folding tables. Contemporary diced russia, spine gilt with leather label. Hinges lightly rubbed. Bookplate on front pastedown. Internally clean. Near fine. An important and relatively scarce account of missionary work among the natives of Canada and the slaves of Bermuda by missionary-poet Joshua Marsden. Marsden was remarkable in both his vocation and his avocation: he was a conscientious missionary worker, sympathetic to the plight of those he worked with in Canada and Bermuda, and he produced some interesting poetry. The anthology, AMAZING GRACE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS ABOUT SLAVERY (Yale, 2002), devotes eleven pages to his poems. Marsden went to Nova Scotia in 1800 and worked among the Micmac and Huron Indians for eight years, until he was sent to Bermuda, where he lived with a black family and frequented their meetings. The present-day Marsden Methodist Church in Smith's Parish is testament to the lasting goodwill and influence that he had in Bermuda. The text describes his work in Canada and Bermuda in detail, including his observations on the habits and customs of the natives, as well as his travels. While in New York in 1812, Marsden was temporarily detained at the outset of the War of 1812, and spent the next two years touring the American northeast and the area around Lake Ontario, including an account of American preparations to invade Canada in 1814. Following his narrative Marsden includes a thirty-four-page poem called "The Mission," and there are other poems in the text, including "A Farewell to Nova Scotia" and "A Descriptive Epistle from Bermuda." SABIN 44716. TPL 1000.

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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; or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics, Natural History, Agriculture and the Arts 6, July-December 1815, pp. 321-330 WITH "Correction of a Mistake in the Essay on the Relation between the Specific Gravities of Bodies in their Gaseous State and the Weights of their Atoms" in Annals of Philosophy; or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics, Natural History, Agriculture and the Arts 7, 1816, pp. 111-113, 1816

      C. Baldwin, London - TWO VOLUME FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST MODERN ATTEMPT TO CONSTRUCT A THEORY OF ATOMIC STRUCTURE. In the first of the two papers, "the English chemist William Prout observed that the atomic weights of the elements known at that time appeared to be whole multiples of the atomic weight of hydrogen, which has been since called the "whole number rule." This was the first rudimentary theory of the internal structure of an atom" (Wenner Collection). In the second paper, published the following year, Prout went further and proposed that the atoms of all other elements were composed of hydrogen atoms. These two assertions, the whole number rule and hydrogen as the universal atomic building block, became known as "Prout's hypothesis." Prout's whole number rule was finally proven correct more than a century later in 1919 by British physicist William Aston. In 1789, Antoine Lavoisier produced the first modern list of chemical elements, containing also the 23 elements then known. Lavoisier died in 1794 and in the years following his death, another 32 were added. "In 1815 Prout, using Avogadro's method of comparing the relative densities and weights of gases, proposed that all atoms appeared to have weights that were exact multiples of the weight of the lightest atom, hydrogen, and that the different atomic weights of elements are whole-number multiples of the atomic weight of hydrogen (Prout's hypothesis). "He took this as proof that all atoms were actually made from hydrogen atoms and the idea was adopted as atomic theory and used for later investigations of atomic weights and the classification of the elements. If all atoms are made from atoms of hydrogen, then it could be possible to transform an atom of one element into an atom of another. If atoms had been assembled from other things, then they could not themselves be the smallest things in creation" (Neilsen, Atomic Weight, A History of Science). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: C. Baldwin. 4to. Volume VI: [vii], 479 pages, [1], 4. 6 plates. Volume VII: [viii], 488 pages, [4]. 10 plates. Both volumes very handsomely rebound in three-quarter calf over marbled paper boards (purposefully rubbed a bit by the conservator for aging). Five raised bands at the spine; elaborate gilt-tooling in the compartments; gilt lettered at the spine. New endpapers. Bright and exceptionally clean throughout. Near fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les Bédouins, ou Arabes du désert. Ouvrage publié d'après les notes inédites de Dom Raphaël, sur les moeurs, usages, lois, coutumes civiles et religieuses de ces peuples. Paris, Ferra jeune, 1816.

      1816. 12mo. 3 vols. X, 238 pp. With 8 steel engraved plates. (4), 166 pp. With 6 steel engraved plates. (4), 279 pp. With 10 steel engraved plates. Contemp. long grained red morocco, decorated raised bands, gilt fillet and decorative frames on covers, gilt edges. First edition of this early study of the Bedouins of Egypt and Syria, covering their manners, laws, civil and religious customs. Illustrated with 24 steel engraved plates by Charlin after F. Massart and finely watercoloured at the time. The notes by Dom Raphaël were most probably taken during the French occupation of Egypt. Raphaël Monachis (Rufa'il Zakhûr) was born in Egypt of Syriac ancestry and was a monk in the Greek community in Cairo. He was an Arab member of the French Institute of Egypte and the first interpreter of the Diwan from Cairo. - Rare complete copy, some corners slightly scuffed, spine faded, otherwise in good condition. Macro 1555. Gay 3587. OCLC 25988256.

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        Historical Memoir of the War of West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-1815.

      John Conrad and Co., Philadelphia 1816 - xx, 264, cxc pp. Modern quarter leather over marbled boards. This copy was bound without the frontispiece. Light toning and scattered foxing. A very good+ copy. Lacks the atlas volume. Howes L124. Sabin 39214.; Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        William Lambert -1816

      Hi, This lot is a rebound copy of the First Edition (second issue) of William Lamberts ""Instructions and Rules for playing the Nobel Game of Cricket as practised by the most eminent players"" Published in the Spring of 1816 so nearly 200 years old. This is rebound in half calf that has some wear. Inside the book has some spotting and marks to the pages, it contains the wonderful folding engraved frontispiece.

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        A vocabulary, or collection of words and phrases which have been supposed to be peculiar to the United States of America. To which is prefixed an essay on the present state of the English Language in the United States

      Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1816. First edition of the first book of Americanisms, 8vo, pp. [2], [9]- 206, [1]; later quarter straight-grain maroon morocco, gilt lettering direct on spine, old paper label adhered to spine, extremities rubbed, but otherwise good and sound. From the library of the marine historian and illustrator, Clifford, W. Ashley, with his bookplate laid in. Pickering wrote a number of philological pieces for the periodical press, as well as an important Greek lexicon, and he was the leading authority of his time on the languages of the North American Indian. This vocabulary of the American idiom was the first of its kind, and was a valuable source for Webster. It appeared originally in the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, and is here printed with many corrections and additions. It was the only work on the subject until Bartlett's work in mid-century, and is still useful today. Sabin 62638; American Imprints 38631.

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        Katalog einer Landkarten-Sammlung aus dem Besitz des Hauses Bourbon-Parma. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier. Ohne Ort, ohne Jahr (um 1816).

      1816. Gr.-qu.-Fol. 96 (15 leere) nn. Bll., Schwere, durch 2 Metallnieten verbundene marmorpapierbezogene Holzdeckel der Zeit (Rücken und Ecken mit Lederbezug). Äußerst umfangreicher (878 Einträge) u. durch seine detaillierten Beschreibungen interessanter Landkarten-Katalog aus dem Hause Bourbon-Parma. Die meisten Karten datieren aus der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts bzw. dem beginnenden 19., wenige aus der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. - Das auf starkem bläulichem Papier verfaßte Manuskript beginnt mit einem Bl. Inhaltsverzeichnis ("Repertorio") und gliedert sich in weiterer Folge in die 39 Kapitel "Carte generali" (16 Einträge), "Asia" (13), "Africa" (14), "America" (19), "Europa" (19), "Inghilterra, Scozia, Irlanda" (16), "Svezia, Danimarca, Norvegia" (10), "Francia" (36), "Belgio" (16), "Olanda" (8), "Germania in generale" (u. 3 Kapitel nach Regionen; zus. 145), "Polonia - Prussia reale" (25), "Stati Austriaci in generale" (39), "Boemia, Moravia, Silesia" (21), "Ungheria, Turchia Europea, Dalmatia, Istria" (62), "Russia" (16), "Spagna, e Portogallo" (10), "Svizzeri" (18), "Italia in generale" (u. 4 Kapitel nach Regionen; zus. 93), "Carte marittime" (14), "Carte di Navigazioni" (31), "Carte topografiche della Francia" (40), "Carte topografiche della Germania" (56), "Carte topografiche d' Italia" (26), "Carte topografiche in generale" (12) u. "Carte militari" (5 Kapitel; zus. 103). - Die einzelnen Einträge sind unterteilt in Titel, Erscheinungsjahr, Anzahl der Blätter bzw. Segmente, Maßstab u. Kommentar. - Ein vollständiger Eintrag sieht etwa wie folgt aus: "6. / Karte von Tyrol nach Peter Anich etc. und neuern Hülfsquellen verfasst von J. E. S. Sr. K. H. dem Erzherzog Johann gewidmet von Mollo in Wien. / 1801 / 4 / 320.000 / Ein Auszug aus der vorigen Karte, der aber sehr fein gestochen ist"; "7. / Mappa von dem Land ob der Enns auf Befehl S. M. Josephs IIten in dem Jahre 1781 reducirt, und in Kupfer gestochen von G. Schütz und geschrieben von Müller. / 1787 / 12 / 92.000 / Ein sehr genaues aber seltenes topographisches Werk"; "8. / Die Provinz Inner-Oesterreich in Kreise eingetheilt von Müller, nebst einer General-Karte. / 1794 / 13 / 360.000 / Die Blätter stossen nicht zusammen, dennoch das beste Werck über dieses Land" oder "10. / Topographische Karte der Gegenden Wiens, von Presburg bis St. Pölten bey Mollo. / 1803 / 1 / 172.000 / Sehr schlecht und unrichtig". - Einband berieben u. bestoßen. Schließbänder fehlen. Kopfschnitt an Deckeln u. Buchblock m. Feuchtigkeitsspuren (tlw. min. Randläsuren). Hinterer Deckelbezug etw. lädiert. Vorsatzbl. mit dem gekrönten Stempel "Bourbon-Parma". Nur ganz vereinzelt min. stockfleckig.

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        Plan, coupe, élévation et détails du nouveau marché St-Germain.

      A Paris chez l'Auteur et Dussilon, de l'Imprimerie de Firmin Didot 1816 In-folio de (5)-10 pp., 11 planches, cartonnage bleu de l'époque. Deux vignettes dessinées par Lusson et 11 planches d'architecture gravées par Lusson ou Devilliers. La foire Saint-Germain, dont les origines remontent au Moyen Age et qui fut le théâtre de nombreux troubles sous l'Ancien Régime, après avoir décliné durant la Révolution, fut supprimée en 1806. Une partie de son terrain fut affecté au marché Saint-Germain actuel qui fut reconstruit de 1813 à 1819. Le marché Saint-Germain apparut aux contemporains comme « le plus beau de Paris » (Marlet, Nouveau tableau de Paris). « L'amplitude du plan, le fini, le luxe même apportés aux détails tels que la fontaine centrale et les grilles, expliquent sans doute que les travaux se soient prolongés au moins jusqu'à la fin de 1819, alors que certaines parties étaient déjà mises en service » (Bertier de Sauvigny, Nouvelle histoire de Paris, La Restauration, pp. 111-112). Bel exemplaire dans sa condition de parution. Quelques rousseurs,

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        Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: performed in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. With an Account of a Susequent Mission to that Country in 1805. By Mungo Park, Surgeon. To which is added an Account of the Life of Mr. Park. A New Edition in Two Volumes. Vol. I. Travels in 1795, 1796, and 1797. With an Appendix, containing Geographical Illustrations of Africa by Major Rennell. [and Vol. II] The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805. By Mungo Park. Together with other Official Documents, Official and Private, relating to the same mission. To which is prefixed An Account of the Life of Mr. Park. Second Edition, Revised and Corrected, with Additions.

      2 volumes4to.xviii, [2], 360, [4], (365)-458;xviii, [2], 116, [4], (121)-284, [4], (289)-373 (including initial blanks)pp., 3folding maps (2 of which have the routes in colour), 1 folding chart, 6 engraved plates including a portrait, 1 double-sided plate of engraved music not called for, a few small illustrations in text, contemporary half dark blue morocco, spines panelled by broad gilt decorated raised bands, four panels very richly gilt tooled, one panel gilt lettered, decorative gilt rolled borders to the morocco on sides, marbled sides, edges gilt, Printing and the Mind of Man 253 Park (1771 - 1806), Scottish explorer of the African continent, was the first Westerner known to have travelled to the central portion of the river Niger. He was educated as a surgeon and had acquired considerable experience as a botantist when, on the recommendation of Joseph Banks, he joined an expedition to Sumatra and back (1793-94).This led, again on Bank's recommendation, to his being engaged by the African Association of London to explore the Gambia, Senegal, and Niger rivers in 1795.He succeeded in his task, reached the Niger and explored some neighbouring regions before falling ill and returning to Britain in 1797 and in 1799 first published an account of his journey. "Until the publication of Park's book in 1799 hardly anything was known of the interior of Africa, apart from the northeast region and coastal area. Park's Travels had an immediate success and was translated into most European languages. It has become a classic of travel literature, and its scientific observations on the botany and meteorology of the region, and on the social and domestic life of the Negroes, have remained of lasting value. Park's career was cut short, but he made the first great practice advance in the opening-up of Central Africa." [Printing and the Mind of Man 253]. Bored with life as doctor Scotland he headed another expedition to the same region in 1805 determined to travel the length of the Niger in a canoe. This attempt however cost him his own life and that of most of his companions. Fortunately however at a stage in his journey he had sent back some of his journal and it is this material that formed the basis for his posthumous book The Journal which was published in 1815. The Travels was republished at the same time and the two works are often found together. The straight forward nature of Park's books, detailing what he observed, what he survived, and describing the people he encountered, ensured their pupularity and their enduring appeal. O'Reilly (1779- 1854), of Rathaldron Castle, son of Bryan O'Reilly and Eleanor Blackwood, Co. Down was educated at T.C.D. and later was Treasurer of County Meath. He was discarded and disinherited by his father, for marrying at the age of twenty, without his father's concent, Sophia Eliza Barnes of Mahanstown, Co. Meath, a young lady of good family, but of no fortune. They were never again reconciled and when his father died in 1802, he did not leave the young man anything in his will.

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