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        Delineations, Historical and Topographical of the Isle of Thanet and the Cinque Ports [2 Volumes Complete]

      London: printed for the proprietors; published by Sherwood, Neely & Jones and Elsewhere First Editions 1817 and 1818. Two Volumes. London 1817-1818. Uniform matching first edition hard back binding in contemporary full deep burgundy leather covers, gilt title on green morocco labels to the spines with elaborate gilt embellishments. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. Contains [xii], 147, [iv]; [x], 192, [iv]. Corrections noted. Map of the Isle of Thanet. Each volume with additional engraved title page, plus 104 finely engraved full-page copper plates. Small hole in the leather to the top front edge of volume I, the text block is clean and fresh with only the odd blemish to some of the plates. Armorial bookplate inside each volume belonging to one Francis Gray Smart. Brayley was born in London, the son of Edward Wedlake Brayley, a notable antiquary and his wife Anne (c. 1771-1850). His early schooling, in the company of his brothers Henry and Horatio was private and sheltered. His upbringing was austere with little contact with other children or the world outside his home. He later studied at the London Institution and the Royal Institution under William Thomas Brande. Brayley abandoned an early inclination to follow his father's interests for science. He published on diverse topics in several scientific journals including the Philosophical Magazine, for which he became an editorial assistant between 1823 and 1844. In 1829 and 1830, Brayley was employed by Rowland Hill to lecture on the physical sciences at his schools as Hazelwood, Edgbaston, Birmingham and Bruce Castle, Tottenham, London. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Le Règne Animal distribué d'après son Organisation , pour server de base à l'histoire naturelle des animaux et d'introduction à l'anatomie comparé

      Deterville, Paris 1817 - Four volumes, octavo, 15 engraved plates by C.-L. Laurillard (some foxing to the plates); a handsome set, with all four half-titles, in contemporary quarter calf over mottled papered boards, gilt, double spine labels in red & green. Cuvier's great study of the animal kingdom, including Australian insects from the Baudin voyage. First edition of this germinal work of natural history, with three volumes by Cuvier himself, and the fourth an important study of insects by his friend and colleague Latreille. Recognised as the father of comparative anatomy, Cuvier published widely throughout his lifetime, but this was his most famous and influential work, and contained the results of all his previous research on the structures of living and fossil animals. It was based upon his vast knowledge of the anatomies of living animals and fossils, and in it he applied Linnæus' system of nomenclature and classification to the whole animal kingdom, in the process establishing his four great classes: vertebrate, molluscous, articulate, and radiated. Cuvier's work is a benchmark for many reasons, not least for the third volume present here, which is actually the work of Pierre André Latreille, Professor of Entomology at the Paris Museum: Latreille's contribution was not only a significant contribution to his field, but he had earlier been heavily involved in characterising the insects collected on the Baudin voyage to Australia and the Pacific. In the present volume, Latreille sought to update the foundation work of scholars including Fabricius within Cuvier's framework; as a result, Latreille included here many Australian insects including two, the 'Rhipcera' and the 'Heleus', noted for the first time. Cuvier, born in 1769, was invited by Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire to come to Paris in 1795. He took an appointment at the newly-formed Muséum nationale d'histoire naturelle, where he remained until his death from cholera in 1832. He had first publicly canvassed his new quadripartite schema of the animal kingdom in an 1812 presentation to the Academy of Sciences, but it was in this work that he first detailed how this proposed division worked in practice. Here, each of the classes is discussed in a separate volume, with volumes I, II and IV by Cuvier himself; his organizations of fish families in particular 'were so soundly based that they have become orders or suborders in present classification' (DSB). Throughout his career, Cuvier held to the premise of Le Règne Animal that the four branches were fundamentally different, and that any similarities between them were due entirely to common functions rather than common ancestry. He did not believe, that is, that there was any evolutionary adaptation, a stance which put him in open conflict with his contemporaries such as Buffon, Lamarck, and Geoffroy. This led to the famous debate between Cuvier and Geoffroy at the Académie Royale des Sciences in Paris in 1830. Cuvier's towering position in the French natural sciences should be seen in the context of a very cynical view of his ambitions towards intellectual ownership of the science on Freycinet's voyage, an idea explored in correspondence between Faujas de Saint Fond and Louis de Freycinet. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité des caractères physiques des pierres précieuses, pour servir à leur détermination lorsqu'elles ont été taillées.

      Mme Vve Courcier 1817 - Livre ancien XVI (table), XXII, 253 p., 16 p. (Notice des principaux ouvrages (.) composant la librairie Mme Ve Courcier), 3 planches dépliantes gravées sur cuivre (complet). L'Abbé Haüy (1743-1822) enseigne la minéralogie au Muséum national d'histoire naturelle avant que ne soit créée spécialement pour lui en 1809 une chaire à la Sorbonne. Grand classique de la minéralogie - dont la valeur à toujours cours -, cet ouvrage permet l'identification des pierres, la détermination de leur caractère et les principes de leur taille. Grâce aux recherches passionnées de l'Abbé Haüy, la minéralogie et la cristallographie ont acquis un véritable statut scientifique. Rousseurs éparses en début de volume. Édition originale très élégamment reliée. Condition : In-8, demi-vélin blanc doré à coins, plats en tabis rose, pièce de titre, dos orné, tranches mouchetées, reliure XIXe. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The history of Java.

      London, Black, Parbury, and Allen, and John Murray, 1817.2 volumes. 4to. 19th century red morocco (Melbourne, Gassidy, 1899;inner joints restored), richly gilt. With 2 maps (one large folding map of Java, coloured in outline), 10 hand-coloured plates by William Daniell and 53 etched or aquatint plates (including alphabets and facsimiles of inscriptions, and musical scores), and some engraved vignettes. XLVIII,479; VI (VII-VIII 'List of plates' missing),288,(3),CCLX pp.* First edition; with armorial bookplate of Sir Stephenson Hamilton. - Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles (1781-1826) 'was interested in every aspect of his subject, and devotes whole sections to Javan ethics, literature, poetry, music, and musical instruments, drama, games of skill and methods of hunting, besides the more ordinary matters of interest population, natural history, religion, antiquities, and the military system .. The history of Java stands very high in its own class, and the aquatint plates are full of interest' (Prideaux p.252-253). 'In terms of the pictorial depiction of Javanese costume and topography the importance of the History of Java can hardly be exaggerated .. The marriage of a scientifically original text with beautiful illustrations by an accomplished aquatint engraver resulted in a book about Indonesia of outstanding quality; indeed, a masterpiece' (Bastin-Brommer p.6-7). The ten coloured aquatints, though unsigned are by William Daniell, illustrate Javanese life and costume, and the Papuan boy who accompanied Raffles to England in 1816. The plate of the Borobudur is one of the first depictions of the monument. 'An influential work valued for the author's firsthand observations on the customs and condition of the Javanese under his administration as Governor-General during the British occupation of the Dutch East Indies (1811-1815)' (Von Hünersdorff, Kaffee,p.1213). Raffles' History of Java, the source of many basic Western ideas about the area, remains the starting point for studies of the Eastern archipelago. - A fine copy.Bastin-Brommer N 90; Abbey, Travel, 554; Tooley, Coloured Plates, 391; Thomson, The Exotic and the Beautiful, 304.

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        Storia del Regno di Napoli sotto la dinastia borbonica

      DE ANGELIS Francesco. Storia del Regno di Napoli sotto la dinastia borbonica. Coll'origine della rivoluzione francese; delle guerre e trattati seguiti tra le Potenze alleate e la Francia insino alla pace generale di Vienna. Napoli, nella Stamperia di Gabriele Mosino, 1817. Quattro volumi in 16mo; pp.X,173; 247; 324; 205. Mezza pelle coeva, tassello ai dorsi con titolo e fregi in oro. Brunit. Cerniere allentate. Esemplare privo del ritratto dell?autore. Raro.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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        The First Part of the Institute of the Laws of England or a Commentary upon LITTLETON : not the Name of the Author only, but of the Law itself. Notes on Lord Coke`s First Institute, or Commentary upon LITTLETON. By Francisa HARGRAVE and Charles BUTLER.

      Printed for W. Clarke & sons; C. Hunter; and S. Brooke,, London, 1817 - The seventeenth editon, in two volumes; with addional Notes, by Charles BUTLER. London, Printed for W. Clarke & sons; C. Hunter; and S. Brooke, 1817. Oktav. (1:) CCXIX S., gefaltetes Kupfer: Gradus Parentelae & Consanguinitatis, 309 ungezählte Blätter; (2:) 384 gez. Bll. 2 spätere Halblederbände mit Leinenüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln. Den Anspruch von Vollkommenheit kennt man gewöhnlich aus der Musik, so bei wenigen Werken, bei denen jede Note zu stimmen scheint, gelegentlich wird auch in der Literatur behauptet, ein vollkommenes Werk gelesen zu haben. Unter den Juristen finden wir keine Ansprüche dieser Tragweite, vielleicht bis auf das berühmte Werk von Thomas Littleton (gest. 1481), der vermutlich für seinen Sohn dieses juristische Einführungswerk verfasste. Zumindest in England wird nicht ohne Stolz vermerkt, "it is a work of as absolute perfection in its kind, and as free from error, as any book that I have known to be written of any human learning".(Marvin 469) Der hier vorgenommene Kommentar avancierte als "Coke on Littleton" zu einem der berühmtesten Werke in der englischen Rechtsliteratur. Es ist das Hauptwerk von Coke und stellt eine Enzyklopädie des Rechts (of Common Law) dar. Die 13. Auflage aus dem Jahre 1788 erfährt durch den großen Notenapparat von Hargrave und Butler eine Bereicherung. Sir Edward COKE (1552-1634) called to the Bar in 1578, he soon built up a large practice. By the favour of Burghley he rose rapidly in public office, becoming Recorder of London in 1591, Solicitor-General in 1592, Speaker of the House of Commons in 1592, and Attorney-General in 1594, which office he held till 1606. As such he championed the crown and its prerogative powers. He had a conduct of many of the great trials of the time, prosecuting Essex and Southampton (1600-01), Raleigh (1603) and the Gunpowder Plot conspirators (1605). As a prosecutor he was frequently savage and tyrannical. He had a lasting hatred of Catholics and prosecuted them with vehemence. In 1606 he became Chief Justice of the Common PLeas and came into conflict with the king over his views on the extent of jurisdiction of the common law courts, first quarrelling with the ecclesiastical courts and asserting the power of the common law courts to determine limits of ecclesiastical jurisdiction. In 1610 Coke gave an opinion that a royal proclamation cannot change the law, and in 1611 came in conflict with the Court of High Commission and had to evade being put on the Commission himself. He had now became the embodiment of the common law and an opponent of royal power. In 1613 he was transferred to the Chief Justiceship of the King`s Bench in the hope he would protect the rights of the Crown, and made a member of the Privy Council, but trouble continued. He maintained that, if the judges were consulted on a pending case, they should be consulted in a body. Than he quarrelled with Lord Ellesmere as to the jurisdiction of the court of chancery, a dispute finally settled by James I in favour of the chancery, and finally he quarrelled over the King`s right to stop or delay proceedings in the common law courts. In a case of 1616 the court refused to delay hearing a case and in a letter to the King Coke evidenced an inclination to deny the King`s prerogative to cntrol the conduct of pending cases where royal interests were involved. Coke was summoned before the Council and dismissed (1616). The King, James I, was unable to trust Coke in office against because of fundamental differences between them in political views but by 1617 he was back in the Privy Council. In 1620 Coke appeared as leader of the Parliamentary oopisition, completely changed front, and forged the alliance between Parliament and the common law against the royal prerogative. He quickly assumed the lead in all the developing resistance to the King and his policy. In 1623 he was removed from the Council and for a time was a prisoner in the Tower, but was shortly restored to favour. In the Parliament of

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        Poems of The Inner Temple

      London - F. C. and J. Rivington, 1817. London - F. C. and J. Rivington, 1817 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A uniformly bound collection of William Cowper's posthumous poetry. New edition. With a sketch of his life to volume three by John Johnson. Containing works such as Table Talk, Sonnet to Henry Cowper, Human Frailty, On the Burning of Lord Mansfield's Library, The Love of the World Reproved and On the Death of Lady Throckmorton's Bulfinch. One of the most popular poets of his time, Cowper changed the direction of 18th century nature poetry by writing of everyday life and scenes of the English countryside. In many ways, he was one of the forerunners of Romantic poetry. Samuel Taylor Coleridge called him the best modern poet, whilst William Wordsworth particularly admired his poem Yardley-Oak. Complete in three volumes. Condition: All are in their original calf binding with gilt designs to the spines. Externally, all volumes have light marks to the boards and wear to the extremities and spines. All have loss to their spine labels and backstrips. All joints are strained. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound, with some endpapers working loose,and bright. Intermittent instances of spotting throughout. Overall: GOOD..

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        A SKETCH OF MY FRIEND'S FAMILY. Intended to suggest some practical hints on Religion and Domestic Matters.

      v, 150, [1 Errata] pages. Engraved frontispiece of a mother teaching her child to read the bible.Recent half calf over marbled boards; red gilt label to spine. 12mo. First edition. Some light browning and spotting; else a very good copy. The B.L. has the second edition, which was issued in 1818, but the first edition is quite scarce. Nor may it be pressing the vain expectations of an author, beyond the limits of possibility, if the writer indulges the thought, that whilst the mother listens to the simple tale, primarily intended for the daughter's eye, perhaps she may not disdain to glean some practical hint from this humble legend, framed to recommend the nameless charms of female excellence. [From the Preface.]

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        'America ganz neu entworfen Leipzig bei Schreibers Erben 1817.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Schreibers Erben in Leipzig, dat. 1817, 19 x 25,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Tooley's Dic. of Mapm., S. 570 (Johann Georg Schreiber<n>, 1676-1750. Son of Johann Christoph Schreiber <engraver and cartographer of Leipzig, 17th century>. Cartographer and publisher. Atlas Selectus Leipzig 1749). - Zeigt Amerika als Kontinent (Nord- u. Südamerika). - Unten links Titelkartusche; unten rechts kleine Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Am rechten Rand Erklärung der Farben zu den englischen, spanischen, portugisischen, französischen, holländischen Besitzungen sowie die Nordamerikanischen Freistaaten, russische Niederlassungen und das freie Amerika. - Seltene Karte!

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        "Das Wildbad bey Burgbernheim.",

      1817.. . Ansicht des Wildbades von einer Anhöhe aus dem Wald heraus mit den Parkanlagen und reichlich figürlicher Staffage wie Spaziergängern, Reitern und Bauern. Kolor. Umrissradierung von L. Schlemmer nach B. Strampfer (Windsheim), in Nürnberg 1817. 25,8 x 37,4 cm. - Mit einer dem Alter üblichen Bräunung, teils kurzrandig, vor allem im Titelbereich gering fleckig und minimal knittrig; mit 2 Wurmlöchern im Bildbereich. - Das äußerst seltene Blatt zeigt nicht nur dekorativ den Zustand des Bades mit seinen Bauten, sondern verweist auch auf die gesellschaftlichen Zustände der Zeit. Die im Verhältnis leicht überhöhten Figuren zeugen davon, dass ihre Bedeutung über die der Staffage hinaus gedacht ist. Gezeigt werden Müßiggänger als Spaziergänger oder Wanderer sowie Bauern mit Körben, die hart arbeiten müssen. Interessant ist auch die Darstellung des Waldes, dessen Struktur Monokulturen aufweist bzw. in der eine abgerodete Fläche das System der Waldarbeit bezeugt.

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        Tables comparatives des principales dimensions des bâtimens de guerre français et anglais de tous rangs

      Bachelier 1817 - PEU COMMMUN. In-4 (21x28 cm), jolie reliure d'époque, demi-veau rouge, titre et auteur dorés au dos à quatre nerfs, nerfs ornés de liserés dorés, un feuillet de dédicace non chiffré, puis V pages et 87 pages, et 22 feuillets non chiffrés pour les XXX tables ; dos un peu insolé, coins et bords frottés, quelques rousseurs à l'intérieur, bon état . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brieven over den Kaukasus en Georgie, en verslag van eene reis in Perzie in 1812. Uit het Fransch oorspronkelijke der reizigers zelve den heer Wilhelm van Freygang en deszelfs echtgenoote.

      Amsterdam, Johannes van der Hey, 1817.Contemporary half calf (top of spine sl. damaged). With engraved view on title-page after De la Belle by D. Veelwaard and engraved folding map by D. Veelwaard. VIII,340 pp.* First Dutch edition, first published in Hamburg in 1816: Lettres sur le Caucase et la Géorgie suivies d'une rélation d'un voyage en Perse en 1812. - The married couple Freygang travelled from the Caucasus and Georgia to Persia. - (Age-browned).Muller, Bibl. Neerlando-Russe 113; Catalogue Russica F761; Miansarof p.348; Wilson p.76 (not the Dutch ed.); Not in Tiele.

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        A Narrative of Voyages and Travels

      Boston: E.G. House, for the Author, 1817. b/w plates, one fldg. 598 pp. A remarkable book by this Duxbury sea captain whose Pacific voyages included stops at Palau, Hawaii, the Galapagos, Manila, Canton, Macao, New Guinea, Australia and the East Indies. His work was the source for Melville&#146;s &#147;Benito Cerino&#148;, and his account of the "Bounty" was the first published in America. The folding plate on p. 135 is a chart of Pitcairn Island with recognition views inset. Hill 463. Howes D-233. Hunnewell p. 34. Judd. 51. Scattered light foxing. Bound in original calf with spine label. Hinges cracked but holding.

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        A NEW LOTTERY BOOK; On a Plan Entirely New; Designed to allure Little Ones into a Knowledge of their Letters, & c. by way of Diversion. By Tommy Trip, A Lover of Children. Price Twopence.

      48 pages, including pastedown wrappers. Wood-engraved frontispiece & 37 cuts in the text, including an illustrated alphabet. Original printed wrappers with cut to lower wrapper. Spine repaired; else an excellent copy. An interactive, and not uncommon, method of teaching the alphabet: children are encouraged to stick a pin through the pictures to the letters on the other side.

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        Loss of the American brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815, with an account of Tombuctoo, and of the hitherto undiscovered great city of Wassanah.

      London, John Murray, 1817.4to. Later half calf, spine lettered in gold. With folding map (mounted on linen). XVI,618 pp.* First English edition. - The Commerce struck near Cape Bojador on August 28, 1815. The whole crew reached shore but the Arabs forced them back to the wreck. They repaired the boat and after their second landing near Cape Barba, they were captured and enslaved by Arabs. After many adventures Riley was ransomed by the British consul in Mogadore. This was one of the most popular books of the 19th century in the United States, probably because of interest in the Arab countries developed in the wars with the Barbary States, and because of its interesting reverse view of slavery - Moors were considered Blacks, and in this narrative they were the owners of white Americans. - Good copy.Huntress 190C; Sabin 71398; Hess & Coger 5681; Playfair & Brown 514: fairly circumstantial.

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        Das eiserne Kreuz. Sechs Reden, gehalten in der Hof- und Garnison-Kirche zu Potsdam: bei der Jahresfeier der Leipziger Schlacht; bei der Todtenfeyer der gefallenen Krieger, und der Einweihung der Gedächtnißtafeln des eisernen Kreuzes, vom königlichen hochlöblichen ersten und zweiten Garde-Regiment zu Fuß, Garde-Ulanen- und Grenadier-Regiment Kaiser Alexander. -

      Berlin: Dieterici 1817,. vi, 85 Seiten, goldgeprägter Ppbd. der Zeit in Halbbandmanier, 17 x 10 cm. "Die kirchlichen Feste, an welchen nachstehende Reden gehalten sind, haben den wichtigen Zweck, nicht nur das Andenken an die große[n] Begebenheiten unserer Zeit zu erhalten, sondern auch den Geist zu nähren und zu stärken, in welchem sie als ein göttliches Werk erscheinen, damit im Genusse der Ruhe und des Friedens die Kraft nicht nachlasse, welche Noth und Kampf so herrlich entwickelt hat" (Vorwort). - In den Bibliotheken des KVK nur über die Exemplare der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Halle und der BNU Straßburg nachweisbar (das Exemplar der Staatsbibliothek Berlin ging im zweiten Weltkrieg verloren). - Gering berieben und bestoßen, durchgehend etwas fleckig; ordentliches Exemplar..

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        "Bauern von Lenggries 1817". Drei Bauern in Tracht am Wirtshaustisch, durch die bleiverglasten Fenster fällt das Licht, auf dem Tisch drei Maßkrüge und die Brotzeit.

      . Kreidelithographie von Lorenz Quaglio, 1817, 26 x 21 cm.. Maillinger I, 2984; Winkler 642, 35. - Inkunabel der Lithographie. - Das ausdruckvolle Blatt mit schönem breiten Rand.

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        Tales of my Landlord. [First series]. Second series, Collected and Arranged by Jedediah Cleishbotham

      Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood; ...for Archibald Constable 1817-8. . Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood; ...for Archibald Constable 1817-8. . Two works in eight volumes (four volumes each), first series second edition, second series first edition, 12mo. Uniformly bound in contemporary green half morocco, marbled sides and edges, slight sunning of spines otherwise a handsome set. Todd & Bowden 98Ab & 122Aa.

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        Unterhaltung aus der Naturgeschichte. Der Säugetiere erster Teil. Dritte verbesserte Auflage.

      Wien,, Pichler, 1817 - 8°. Mit 63 altkolorierten Kupfertafeln. Gestochenes Titelblatt, XXXII, 632 S., Halblederband der Zeit mit färb. goldgeprägten Rückenschildern. Einband etwas berieben. Vorsätze, Titel- und wenige Textseiten etwas stockfleckig. Die Kupfertafeln weitestgehend sauber und bestens erhalten. Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel. de Band:

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        Voyage Pictoresque dans le bocage de la vendee,.

      "ou Vues de Clisson et de ses environs, Dessinees d'apres nature, et publiees par C.Thienon, peintre; Gravees a l'aqua tinta par Piringer.On y a joint une notice historique sur la ville et le chateau de Clisson. Paris, By P. Didot, laine, imprimeur du Roi. 1817. 2 vol. with 31 engr aquatint plts.".

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        Dr. Martin Luther und seine Zeitgenossen. Dargestellt in einer Reihe karakterisirender Züge und Anekdoten. Zur würdigen Feyer des III ten Jahrhunderts der Reformation. Erster und zweiter Band (alles)

      Augsburg, Verlag August Baemer, 1817.. VIII, 339 Seiten mit einem Titelkupfer, 3 Kupfertafeln und 1 Handschriftenprobe sowie XXII, 268 Seiten mit einem Titelkupfer, 3 Kupfertafeln und 1 Handschriftenprobe. 19 cm, Halbledereinband der Zeit. auf dem Vorsatz ein 5 zeiliger handschriftlicher Eintrag von Johann Heinrich Voß. Es handelt sich um Strophe aus seinem Gedicht "Luthersinn". Unter der Strophe von Johann Heinrich Voß signiert.............................................Buchblock mit wenigen min. Bleistiftmarkierungen, sonst guter Zustand

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        Mignon Almanach auf das Jahr 1813. Wien, Jos. Riedl (1812). 17 x 28 mm. 14 gest. Bll., Goldschnitt, grüner OLdr. mit Deckelverg. in grünem OLdr.-Schuber mit Goldpr.

      . . Bondy 51 - Tissandier 16 - vgl. Lanck.-R. 195 (kennt erst die Jgg. ab 1817) - nicht bei Baumgärtel, Köhring u. Marwinski.- Der erste der Riedl'schen Miniatur-Almanache.- Titel verso mit Steuerstempel, einige Eselsohren, Schuber innen leicht eingerissen. Wohlerhalten.# Rare Viennese miniature almanac, first volume.- Engraved throughout with original gilt leather in orig. gilt slipcase.- Very nice copy

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        VOYAGE D?EGYPTE ET DE NUBIE. Traduit de l?anglais par MM HENRY et BRETON

      Paris (Lepetit) 1817 - NORDEN (Frederick ? Louis) : VOYAGE D?EGYPTE ET DE NUBIE. Traduit de l?anglais par MM HENRY et BRETON. Paris (Lepetit) 1817. 3 vols, relié en 1 In-12°, (13.5 x 9 cm), demi basane époque, dos orné. 4ff-159pp, 4ff-192pp, 4ff-205pp. Avec un Atlas In-8°, Oblong (a l?italienne), (25x15 cm), 2pp et 23 planches H.T. dont 1 carte dépliante gravée par TARDIEU. Edition dans la bibliothèque portative des voyages du célèbre voyageur DANOIS, NORDEN qui participa à une expédition sous la direction d?ESNEVAL. En remontant le Nil Norden tint un journal et dessina les monuments et des cartes. BON ETAT PAYPAL ACCEPTE UNIQUEMENT POUR L'ETRANGER, MERCI DE VOTRE COMPREHENSION. Norden travels in Egypt 3 vol. text and an Atlas of 22 plates and a folding map. He travelled in Egypt under the direction of d?Esneval and while on the Nile copied monuments and sketc he maps. Bound half contemp calf. Good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire de monogrammes, chiffres, lettres initiales et marques figurees sous lesquels les plus celebres peintres, dessinateurs, et graveurs ont designe leurs noms. 3 volumes.

      München, Zeller & Cotta, 1817-, 1834.. 4°, circa 25,8 x 22 cm. With together 6 engraved titles and 88 enraved plates Contemprary half-calf with gilt spine. Brunet I, 1289: "Ouvrage tres important". Rich documentation with many monogramms and signs. Volume 1 in the first complete edition, that was published in volume only. Here with the parts 2 and 3 of the "nouvelle edition", all three bound in the same style. - From the famous library of the counts Schoenborn with their label (red lion) on the front cover and engraved bookplate. - Minor browning or spotting, soemwhat rubbed but altogether nice.

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        Due lettere autografe firmate dat. del celebre bibliografo britannico autore di numerose significative opere commissionategli dal collezionista George John Spencer tra cui, Bibliotheca Spenceriana, Bibliomania, Bibliographical Antiquarian and Pictoresque tour in France and Germany. A. Kensington Jan. 27 1817, nella quale chiede al corrispondente di spedire per suo conto un volume. "to sendme, per post, Professor (...) account of the Homer which shall be returned with great care...". Una pagina in - 8. B. (s.d.). Prende accordi con l'insigne erudito e bibliofilo Tomaso De Ocheda (1757 - 1834) bibliotecario di Lord George John Spencer (1758 - 1834) a Londra, per permettergli di prendere visione di alcuni volumi della biblioteca spenceriana. "The books that Mr. D. perticulary wishes to see are 'The Moral proverbs of (...) - The Siege of Rhodes' - The golden Legende of 1493 - The Royal book - and volume of statutes...". Una pagina in - 8.


      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Lim Antiqua s.a.s.]
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        Geschichte der Religion Jesu Christi.

      Carl Gerold, Wien / Simon Müller, Mainz / Franz Kirchheim, Mainz 1817-1864.. 53 in 55 Bänden und 4 Registerbände (zus. 59 Bände). 8°, Halbledereinbände der Zeit (3 Bände abweichend gebunden in marmorierten Pappbänden der Zeit),. Bibliotheksexemplar mit Rückenschild und Stempeln (entwidmet), Einbände berieben, Leder teils etwas brüchig / abfärbend, bei einigen Bänden Kapitale beschädigt / bestoßen, Papier altersbdingt gebräunt und braun-/stockfleckig, ansonsten ordentlich erhaltene Reihe,

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        Chemische Grundsätze der Kunst Branntwein zu brennen: nach den neuesten Entdeckungen und Vervollkommnungen derselben theoretisch und praktisch dargestellt ; nebst einer Anweisung zur Fabrikation der wichtigsten Liqueure. 2 Bände. Neue verb. Auflage. Berlin, o.Vlg. 1827. XX. 511S.; VIII., 300S. mit 19 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. u. Rvg.

      - Ferchl 230 - Poggendorff I, 1082.- Standardwerk gegenüber der Erstausgabe v. 1817 um einen 2. Band u. 7 Kupfertafeln vermehrt.- Hermbstädt (1760-1833) war Apotheker u. Prof. der Chemie und Technologie an der Universität Berlin.- Die Tafeln mit Darstellungen der div. Geräte, Werkzeuge u. Anlagen.- Titel gestempelt, Leicht gebräunt od. stockleckig, Ebde. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Melincourt. By the author of Headlong Hall - In Three Volumes

      London: For T. Hookham Jun. and Co. Old Bond Street; and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster Row, 1817 - "ANTHELIA MELINCOURT, at the age of twenty-one, was mistress of herself and of ten thousand a year, and of a very ancient and venerable castle in one of the wildest valleys in Westmoreland." The opening line of Melincourt is indisputably a rejoinder to Austen's celebrated gambit in Pride and Prejudice (1813), and Peacock's sharpest satire of wealth, fortune-hunting, and politics, recounts the fortunes of the heiress and her social climbing friends, as well as the bon-vivant Sir Telegraph Paxarent, his philosophical friend Mr. Forester, and the career of Sir Oran Haut-ton - a "specimen of the natural and original man" and an orang- utan of high fashion, "heightened by a pair of enormous whiskers, and the folds of a vast cravat" - who is elected as one of the MPs for the venerable rotten borough of Onevote. A rare work that is almost invariably seen in worn half leather bindings, the present copy of Melincourt is in a nicely preserved near contemporary binding of dark green cloth, with printed spine labels (the publication date is too early by a few years for this to to be publisher's cloth), a very handsome triple-decker with good provenance. A note from Esther Potter to Marilyn Butler quotes Victor Schulderer of the British Museum who called Meyerstein (1889-1952) a "poet, novelist and musician outstandingly gifted and eccentric" First edition. 3 vols., 12mo. Half titles present, D6 a cancel. Dark blue green textured cloth over boards, printed paper spine labels (minor chipping), bottom edge slightly trimmed, others uncut. Fine. Sadleir 1957e; not in Wolff; Garside & Schöwerling 1817:46. Provenance: English scholar and collector E.H.W. Meyerstein (his monogram and date of acquisition, 1944, "from J.R.T. E-") ); bookseller and bibliographer Graham Pollard (1903-1976); given to Marilyn Butler (wife of his nephew David), author of Peacock Displayed (1976) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Five autograph letters to John Wilson Croker

      1817 - Correspondence with John Wilson Croker over the sudden death of his brother: five autograph letters signed ("Donoughmore"): 11pp. 8vo &c, Knocklofty, 15 August 1817 & undated. "From a sick bed, tho' in a state of progressive amendment for the last two days, it becomes my painful duty to communicate to you the accompanying detail [a medical report, not present] of the event of this day: which has, in a moment, & from apparent perfect health, deprived you of a Brother, & myself of an esteemed friend . . ." Walter Croker (1767-1817), Barrack-Master of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, was the elder half-brother of John Wilson Croker (1780-1857). The Times reported his death on 29 August: "Walter Croker, Esq. of Corrabella, county Tipperary, brother of John Wilson Croker, Esq. Secretary to the Admiralty. He was seized with an apoplectic fit, at his country seat, as he was preparing to get on horseback, on Thursday last, at two o'clock in the afternoon, and continued in the fit until four o&#146;clock the following morning, when he breathed his last. Mr. Croker had returned to Ireland only the preceding Saturday from London, where he had been some weeks on a visit to his brother." Lord Donoughmore is solicitous, efficient, circumspect. "Care was at once taken," he continues, "by a communication with the General of the District, to protect the public stores, for which poor Croker was responsible, against peculation, by any of his own inferior officers or agents. Being entirely unacquainted with the State of his personal affairs, I am enabled to form no estimate whatever, of the situations in which he may have left his Widow [née Margaret Nagle, married 1792] & his three children, respecting pecuniary matters. Nor Can I be aware, how far you might conceive it proper to suggest the son [John], as a fit person to be recommended, under all the circumstances of the case, to succeed to the Father's office, of one of the Barrackmasters of this County . . ." Nevertheless, he has taken it upon himself to "secure an opening" for such an application and is forwarding at the same time a copy of his letter to Mr Peel (the future prime minister; since 1812 Chief Secretary for Ireland). Richard Hely-Hutchinson (1756-1825, succeeded 1788 as second Baron Donoughmore, created 1797 Viscount Donoughmore, 1800 Earl of Donoughmore, 1821 Viscount Hutchinson), sometime joint Postmaster-General in Ireland and a generous spokesman for Irish Catholics, was appointed in Walter Croker's will joint trustee and guardian - with his brother - of the three children. Their correspondence on the topic is preserved at the William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor. Donoughmore's four other letters, all equally civil, relate to John Wilson Croker's immediate visit to Ireland, who he might like or need to or will see, &c. Rather than stay at Corrabella, why not make Knocklofty his "dining & sleeping place"? This would be "very satisfactory" to the Earl and his brother Lord Hutchinson (John, 1757-1832; created 1801 Baron Hutchinson).

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        Clarissa Harlowe

      28 - London - H. Hogg and Co., 1817. 28 - London - H. Hogg and Co., 1817 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Two uniformly bound volumes containing Richardson&#39;s classic novel Clarissa. Comprised of two separate printings of the stereotype edition, the first volume dated 1817, and the second dated 1828. Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady is an epistolary novel by Samuel Richardson, published in 1748. It tells the tragic story of a heroine whose quest for virtue is continually thwarted by her family, and is the longest real novel in the English language. With engraved frontispiece to volume I. Foyle&#39;s bookseller&#39;s label to front pastedowns. Complete in two volumes(eight parts bound in two). Condition: In half-calf bindings. Externally, rubbed, with wear to the extremities. Three joints starting, with backstrip of volume I lifting slightly. Internally, binding strained in places, with some pages working loose. Ink inscriptions to front pastedowns and front free-endpaper. Pages are bright, though with some scattered instances of foxing throughout and some offsetting to the title page from the frontispiece. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Idea de los Barcos de Vapor, ó Descripcion de su máquina, relacion de sus progresos, é indicacion de sus ventajas.

      En Sanlucar, por D. Francisco de Sales del Castillo, 1817. - in-12. 76pp. 1 planche dépliante hors-texte. Demi-veau à coins (Reliure de l'époque, menus défauts). Edition Originale très rare, imprimée à Sanlúcar de Barrameda, de cet ouvrage consacré au premier bateau à vapeur espagnol, le 'Betis' qui inaugura la première ligne régulière reliant Séville à Sanlúcar, sur le Guadalquivir. Manuel María del Marmol (1775-1841), recteur de l'Université de Séville, y décrit avec enthousiasme le fonctionnement de la chaudière à vapeur et les avantages du nouveau moyen de locomotion par rapport à la navigation à voile. Ce volume très rare manque notamment aux collections de la Biblioteca Nacional. Planche dépliante gravée en fin d'ouvrage, représentant une machine à vapeur. Coins émoussés et mors légèrement frottés. Palau, 152420. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Rejected Addresses

      London - Gale and Fenner, 1817. London - Gale and Fenner, 1817 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A whimsical collection of verse and prose. Sixteenth edition. A book of parodies by the brothers James and Horace Smith. Generally considered one of the most successful humorous books of the early nineteenth century, and said to havebrought the craft of parody to maturity. With anonymous copperplate inscription to front blank. Condition: In a half calf binding with paper-covered boards. Externally, generally smart with slight wear to extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Bright with the odd spot. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Curiosities of Literature

      London - John Murray, 1817. London - John Murray, 1817 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A complete set of this collection of essays on literature by Isaac Disraeli. Sixth edition. Isaac D&#39;Israeli was the father of Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. In 1791 D&#39;Israeli inherited the whole fortune of his maternal grandmother Esther Syprut, and so became financially independent. He took rooms in James Street, Adelphi, then a haunt of literary men, and began to frequent the British Museum, where he met Francis Douce and other scholars. In the same year he published anonymously the first volume of Curiosities of literature, consisting of anecdotes, characters, sketches, and observations, literary, critical, and historical. This compilation followed the fashion for biographical anecdotes, and was an immediate success. A second volume, with the author&#39;s name on the title-page, was added in 1793; a third in 1817; and a Second Series, in three more volumes, in 1823. The work was often revised (13th edn, 1843) and gradually became more like a collection of essays. (DNB)With folding facsimiles to volume II. Complete in three volumes. Condition: Amateurly rebound in half-calf. Externally, generally smart, though with some marks and slight rubbing. One hinge slightly strained. Internally, firmlybound. Pages have some scattered foxing throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Handbuch über die Obstbauzucht und Obstlehre.

      . Frankfurt am Main: Hermanschen Buchhandlung 1817. With 5 folding engraved plates. XXIV + 872 pp. Contemporary half calf, spine worn, lacking leather at extremities..

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        Dr. Martin Luther und seine Zeitgenossen. Dargestellt in einer Reihe karakterisirender Züge und Anekdoten. Zur würdigen Feyer des III ten Jahrhunderts der Reformation. Erster und zweiter Band (alles),

      Augsburg, Verlag August Baemer, 1817 - VIII, 339 Seiten mit einem Titelkupfer, 3 Kupfertafeln und 1 Handschriftenprobe sowie XXII, 268 Seiten mit einem Titelkupfer, 3 Kupfertafeln und 1 Handschriftenprobe. auf dem Vorsatz ein 5 zeiliger handschriftlicher Eintrag von Johann Heinrich Voß. Es handelt sich um Strophe aus seinem Gedicht "Luthersinn". Unter der Strophe von Johann Heinrich Voß signiert.Buchblock mit wenigen min. Bleistiftmarkierungen, sonst guter Zustand Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1800 19 cm, Halbledereinband der Zeit

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rump]
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        Teutschlands [Deutschlands] Geschichte. (3 Bände).

      Nürnberg : Riegel ; Wießner, 1817, 1818, 1819. Bd. 1: XXXVI, 568 S. : 1 Titelkupfer, Bd. 2.1: XIV, 298 S. : 1 Titelkupfer, Bd. 2.2: XII, 584 S., 19 cm, Pappeinbände der Zeitz teilweise mit Wasserflecken und leicht berieben, Bd. 1: 2 Seiten des Inhaltsverzeichnisses falsch eingebunden, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt..

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln]
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        A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland with Remarks on Dr. Samuel Johnson&#39;s Journey to the Hebrides; with Observations on the Antiquities, Language, Genius, and Manners, of the Highlanders of Scotland by the Reverend Donald M&#39;Nicol of Lismore, Argyleshire

      Printed at the Stanhope Press, Glasgow by and for R. Chapman Sold by A. & J. M. Duncan [and others] 1817. Glasgow 1817.. Printed at the Stanhope Press, Glasgow by and for R. Chapman Sold by A. & J. M. Duncan [and others] 1817. Glasgow 1817. Hard back binding in contemporary half leather, five raised bands to the spine, gilt title and author lettering to green morocco label, brown cloth covered boards with small gilt motif and Latin motto &#39;luceo non uro&#39; [light not burn] to the centre of the front and rear boards, marble page edges. 8vo. 9&#39;&#39; x 6&#39;&#39;. Contains [vi] 504 printed pages of text with engraved monochrome frontispiece of Samuel Johnson by E. Mitchell from a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Just a little age toning and foxing to the edges of the front end papers, small neat bookplate inside &#39;D. M.&#39; which matches the motif to the covers and in Very Good clean and smart condition Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Annalen der Preußischen innern Staats-Verwaltung. Herausgegeben vom wirklichen Geheimen Ober-Regierungs-Rath von Kamptz, in Berlin.

      Berlin, In der Expedition der Annalen, beim Hofrath Schmidt, im Königl. Ministerium des Innern und der Polizei 1817-1839.. Bände 1.1 - 23.1 (Jahrgänge 1817-1839) samt Haupt-Register der Jahre 1817-1826 (in ings. 38 (von 47) Bänden). Es fehlen folgende 9 Teilbände: 1.2 (1817), 2.2 (1818), 6.2 (1822), 7.1 (1823), 15.1 (1831), 17.1 (1833), 20.2 (1836), 21.2 (1837), 23.2 (1839). 8° (20 x 13 cm), goldgeprägte Pappeinbände der Zeit mit roten Rückenschildern.. Mit Registerband: "Haupt-Register zu den Annalen der preußisch innern Staatsverwaltung für die zehn Jahrgänge 1817 bis 1826 einschließlich. Mit einem Verzeichnisse sämmtlicher Städte des preußischen Staats, hinsichtlich ihrer Lage nach landräthlichen Kreisen und Regierungsbezirken bezeichnet. Berlin 1827". - In Frakturschrift gedruckt. - Bibliotheksexemplare mit Rückensignatur und Stempeln ("Staatliche Archivverwaltung. Archivdepot Dornburg"). Mit handschriftlicher Eintragung in Tinte ("Bibliotheck der koenigl. Policei Directorei zu Potsdam") auf den Vorsätzen. Einbände stark berieben, bestoßen und staubfleckig. Mit gelegentlichen Buntstiftanstreichungen. Vorsätze leicht stockfleckig. Bände wurden 1999 fachmännisch vom Gamma-Service behandelt. - Sonst guter Zustand.

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        Johann Gottfried Herder's Werke. Zur schönen Literatur und Kunst. 18 Bände. Es fehlen meistens die Titelblätter

      Wien, Geistinger, 1817 - 1819,. HLDr.der Zeit, kl.-8°. Einbände etwas berieben u. abgegriffen. Bei manchen Teilen die Rückendeckel teilweise eingerissen u. ohne Rückenschildchen. Besitzeranmerkungen mit Bleistift auf Titel. Seiten minimal altersgebräunt, stellenweise leicht stockfleckig. Ansonst gut erhalten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.

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      London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1817 [i.e.. 1818].. London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1817 [i.e.. 1818].. [2],[v]-xxxii,[2],270pp. plus errata (bound after the dedicatory poem) and terminal blank. Large octavo. Contemporary linen and boards, printed paper spine label. Wanting the half- title. Occasional foxing, spine extremities worn, with cracking to joints (cords sound), small bookplates of Dorothy Sturges and Mary E.B. Hudson First edition under this title, first issue, comprised of sheets from LAON AND CYTHNA, equipped with a cancel title, and considerably revised via some 26 cancel leaves. This is one of the very scarce copies with the title imprint misdated 1817. The status of this early if not contemporary binding is somewhat puzzling: the printed spine label conforms to Wise&#39;s description/transcription, but the edges are trimmed (20 x 13 cm) and the errata ([b2]) was misbound before the fly- title for the main poem rather than in its normal place after the title- leaf. TINKER 1895. GRANNISS, p.50. WISE (SHELLEY LIBRARY), p.50.

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        Archiv für den Thierischen Magnetismus. Bände I bis VI [von 12].

      - In Verbindung mit mehreren Naturforschern herausgegeben. Erstausg. Bd.I: Altenburg u. Leipzig, F.A. Brockhaus / Bd.II-V: Halle, Bei Hemmerde und Schwetschke / Bd. VI: Leipzig, bei F.L. Herbig, 1817-1820. VIII, 188 S.; IV, 188 S.; X [rect. II], 174 S., 8 Bll. / IV, 188 S.; IV, 175 S.; VIII, 160 S. / IV, 171 S.; IV, 180 S.; 1 gefalt. Kupfertaf.; VIII, 166 S. / IV, 164 S.; IV, 132 S., 2 gefalt. Kupfertaf., 6 Bll.; VI, 288 S. / 3 Bll., 188 S.; IV, 180 S.; VIII, 158 S. / IV, 171 S., 1 Bl.; IV, 172 S.; X, 198 S., 8°, Priv. Halbleder d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückenschildern mit dreiseitigem Farbschnitt, die letzten beiden Bde. leicht abweichend Ackermann II/10; Slg. du Prel 557: "Die bedeutendste frühe deutsche Zeitschrift über dieses Gebiet". - Wichtiges Organ der Mesmerismus-Anhänger, "sollte Licht über dieses dunkle Gebiet der Natur verbreiten" (Hirsch-H. II,432). Es erschienen 12 Bände, jew. untergliedert in drei Stücke (daher die Seitenzählung). Jedes Stück mit Inhaltsverzeichnis, ab Bd.II mit Register u. einem zusätzlichen Inhaltsverzeichnis für den gesamten Band. Durch die Verlagswechsel u. die Herausgabe in Einzelstücken sind vollständige Expl. selten. - Mit Beiträgen der Hrsg. u. von etlichen anderen Autoren. U.a. über: Neue Erkenntnisse auf dem Gebiet des Mesmeriusmus; Erfahrungsberichte u. theoretische Abhandlungen; Krankengeschichten u. Experimente; Besprechungen neu erschienener Schriften etc. - Carl August von Eschenmayer, auch Adolph (Adam) Karl August (von) Eschenmayer (1768-1852), Mediziner, Philosoph u. Mitstreiter Justinus Kerners. Desweiteren Gründer u. Mitherausgeber des hiervorliegenden "Archiv für thierischen Magnetismus" (1817-24, siehe dazu Bonin). Er lehrte als einer der Ersten an der Universität Tübingen Psychiatrie u. setzte sich mit dem Wirken von Johann Joseph Gassner, dem bekanntesten "Wunderheiler" des 18. Jhs., auseinander. - Einbände berieben, leicht bestossen u. fleckig; Vorsätze tlw. etwas fleckig u. mit Besitervermerken; tlw. mit Feuchtigkeitsrändern, sonst gute Expl. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange]
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        "Victualien Preise in dem Theurungs Jahre 1817 im Monate Januar". In vier Reihen untereinander werden die Preise im Januar 1817 dargestellt.

      . Altkolorierte Radierung bei Zanna & Co., Augsburg, 1817, 29,5 x 37,5 cm.. Zeitgeschichtlich interessantes Ereignisblatt, das die enormen Preissteigerungen durch die Missernten im "Jahr ohne Sommer" 1816 widerspiegelt. Die Ernteausfälle waren durch den Klimawandel nach einem Vulkanausbruch 1815 im heutigen Indonesien entstanden. Dies führte in der Folge auch in Europa zu Hunger und kräftigen Preissteigerungen. - Geglättete Faltspuren und gering fleckig. Gerahmt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        L'écuyer des dames, ou lettres sur l'équitation, contenant des principes et des exemples sur l'art de monter à cheval. Ouvrage utile à l'un ou l'autre sexe, et orné de figures gravées d'après les dessins d'H. Vernet.

      Paris, Huzard 1817 - In-8 [196 x 123 mm]. Collation : 162 pp., 3 planches h.-t. Demi-basane brune, dos orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.) Illustré par 3 planches gravées d'après les dessins d'Horace Vernet. Deuxième édition augmentée d'une XIIe lettre contenant un traité sur la manière de dresser les chevaux d'arquebuse pour la chasse à tir. "L'auteur s'inspire de Newcastle et de La Guérinière. Il veut que ses élèves commencent leur instruction en habit d'homme et ne leur permet que plus tard la position à cheval et le costume habituels de l'amazone." Menessier de La Lance II, 336. Le dos est un peu frotté sinon bon exemplaire. // You can browse all my books on

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