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        Ansichten von Frankfurt am Main und seiner Umgegend.

      Frankfurt am Main, Gebr. Wilmans (gedruckt bei Carl Ludwig Brede in Offenbach), 1818. - Small folio (224 x 284 mm). 2 vols. (12), 376 pp. (8), 283, (1) pp. With 2 engraved title pages, 25 engraved plates (mostly after Radl), and 1 folding population table. Without the folding map of Frankfurt. Contemporary red morocco, richly gilt to spine and covers with gilt spine label; leading edges gilt, gilt inner dentelle around silk endpapers; all edges gilt. First edition of this historical and topographical description of Frankfurt and numerous towns in the Pre-Taunus aera. A unique luxury copy on wove paper, very wide-margined and in a magnificent contemporary morocco binding. The flyleaf of the first volume bears an autograph inscription by the famous Frankfurt bookseller Hermann Joseph Baer (1811-81) to the Frankfurt-born educator Carl Bernhard Greiss in Wiesbaden (1809-73): "Seinem Freunde Dr. C. B. Greiss / Frankfurt a. M., den 13. März 1864 / Hermann Joseph Baer". - Bindings slightly rubbed; insinificant bumping to lower spine-ends. Some foxing to interior, with some waterstaining to the first leaves of the second volume, otherwise a very appealingly preserved luxury copy of the finest collection of views of Frankfurt published in its time. Brunet III, 669 (VI, 26661). Kayser I, 78. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Account of a Voyage of Discovery

      In half calf over contemporary blue marbled boards, some blind tooling, corners repaired, edges bumped. Spine relaid, gilt tooling, gilt titles to calf label. Internally, half title, frontis, [7], (viii-xv), [1], [1], 2-222 pp, 8 pls (coloured), 5 maps (2 large pull outs), 1 line plate, [5], (vi-cxxx) appendix, (40) Loo-Choo Language, (16), comparisons, all maps & plates as called for, printed by T Davison, Lombard Street, Whitefriars, London, plates & maps dated 1818, leaves watermarked 1817. Inner hinges strengthened, modern feps, some offsetting to verso of col plates, faint edge browning. The Appendix contains, charts, table of observations, meteorological journal, abstract of the Lyra's voyage, and a geological memorandum. There is also a vocabulary of the language compiled by John Clifford, Sentences in English and Loo-Choo, and a comparison between the Japanese and Loo-Choo languages. Folio, 211*267 mm. Title continues: To the West Coast of Corea, and The Great Loo-Choo Island; with an appendix, containing, Charts and various Hydrographical and Scientific notices. By Captain Basil Hall. And A Vocabulary of the Loo-Choo language by HJ Clifford. Hall, naval officer and author, whose Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea and the Great Loo-Choo Islands (1818) describes this commission, his explorations in the little known eastern seas, and his visit to Canton (Guangzhou). See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Wjdenske polittycské nowiny. S neywysssjm cýsarským krákowským powolenjm. 1817, cjsk. 1 - 62, bis 1818, cjsk. 1 - 8.

      w Wjdni [Wien], -, 1817 - 1818. - Pag. [Doppelbll. pro Nr.] OHeft. In tschechischer Sprache. Vgl. ZDB-463440-8. - Gefaltet, angestaubt, ein Titelblatt fleckig. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cours Elémentaire de Code Civil, ou Exposé méthodique des dispositions du Code Civil pour en faciliter l'Intelligence (2 Tomes - Complet)

      Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée, et mise dans un nouvel ordre, 2 vol. in-8 reliure de l'époque pleine basane racinée, Blaise Jeune, Paris, 1818, 2 ff., iv-595 pp. ; 1 f., 746 pp. Cette seconde édition reprend les "Notions élémentaires du nouveau Droit Civil" publiées en 1803, 184 et 1805, remises en ordre et refondues par Poncelet, Avocat à la Cour royale et élève de Pigeau. Les ouvrages de Pigeau sont devenus rares. Complet. Etat satisfaisant (rel. frottées, avec mq. en coiffes, qq. petites mouill.) Français

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        Die Geschichte der Assassinen, aus morgenländischen Quellen.

      Stuttgart u. Tübingen, Cotta, 1818. - 8°. VIII, 341 SS., 1 Bl. Marmoriertes Leder d. Zt. Mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Vorsätzen Goed. VII, 762, 47; vgl. Blackmer 787. Erste Ausgabe der ersten historisch fundierten Monographie über den berühmt berüchtigten muslimischen Orden, der als eine Art Vorform moderner Selbstmordattentäter religiös-politisch motivierte Morde ausführte. Angehörige der Sekte überfielen oft in aller Öffentlichkeit ihre Opfer mit einem Dolch und nahmen dabei in Kauf, dass sie nach vollbrachter Tat kaum fliehen bzw. lebendig davonkommen würden. Hammer-Purgstall wertet für seine Monographie nicht nur westliche Überlieferungen, sondern auch arabische, türkische und persische Quellen aus. "- Nur gering gebräunt, kaum fleckig, überwiegend sauber, wenig berieben. Titel mit kleinem altem Wappen-Stempel einer Adelsbibliothek. Bemerkenswert schönes Exemplar in sehr dekorativem Einband. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of Mary Dyer,

      1818 - A Legal Defense of the Shakers [Shakers]. [Dyer, Mary]. A Remonstrance Against the Testimony and Application of Mary Dyer, Requesting Legislative Interference Against the United Society, Commonly Called Shakers, Tggether [sic] With the Affidavits and Certificates Showing the Falsity of her Statements. Boston: Printed for N. Coverly, 1818. 24 pp. Octavo (7" x 4"). Disbound stab-stitched pamphlet. Light edgewear, some browning and foxing, internally clean. * Only edition, also issued the same year in Concord, New Hampshire. A spirited defense of the Shakers by Enfield and Canterbury leaders against Mary Dyer's attempt to get the New Hampshire legislature to interfere with Shaker communities. Dyer and her family joined the Enfield community, but eventually left it. Her husband refused to release any of their children to her, so Mary began a 50-year campaign against the sect. OCLC locates 4 copies worldwide of the Boston imprint (at Brigham Young University, Hamilton College, Library of Congress, Syracuse University), no copies of either imprint in North American law libraries. Sabin, A Dictionary of Books Relating to America 21596.

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        Das Eiserne Thor in Gratz Demotirt [sic] im Winter 1859-60.

      Signierte Orig.-Fotografie (26,5 x 26,3 cm) unter Passepartout (38,5 x 38,5 cm). Äußerst seltene und frühe Fotografie des Grazer Fotografen Carl Sanonner (1818 - um 1862). - [...] wirkte als Bildhauer, Daguerreotypist und Fotograf in Graz, stellt in den 1850er Jahren Porträts und Salzpapierabzüge her [...] (Timm Starl: Lexikon der Fotografie in Österreich 1839-1945, S. 415). - Links unten vom Fotografen eigenh. in Bleistift signiert (C. Sanon[n]er Gratz und unten in der Mitte von alter Hand eigenh. in Tinte bezeichnet. - Die Fotografie etw. verblasst, fleckig u. geknittert. Untere Hälfte mit einer durchg. Knickspur. -

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        The life and adventures of an eccentric traveller.

      8vo, (4) + iv + 105 + (1)pp, two whole-page woodcut plates and six smaller woodcuts in the text, original boards, rebacked, entirely uncut. A very good copy.Publisher: York: printed for the author, by M. W. Carrall,Year: 1818Edition: First edition.

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        Undersøgelse om det gamle Nordiske eller Islandske Sprogs Oprindelse.

      1818 1818 - Et af det Kongelige Danske Videnskabers Selskab kronet Prisskrift. Kbhvn.: Gyldendal, Popp 1818. XII + 312 s. De første blade let bruneret ellers rent og velholdt eksemplar med rødt snit indbundet i samtidigt halvlæder med farvet titelfelt og blindtrykte dekorationer på ryggen. Navn på inderside af forpermen. * Rask var en sjælden udpræget sproglig begavelse. De nordiske sprog stod hele livet hans hjerte nærmest, og ligesom de, og særligt islandsk, stedse var det centrale i al hans forskning. Det er ham der har skabt den nordiske sprogvidenskab og grundlagt studiet af oldnordisk-islandsk.Study in the Origin of the old Nordic and Icelandic Language. Rask was one of the founders of the modern science of language and the first to study the ancient Nordic languages systematically. Bibl. Danica IV, 58. DBl(3), 11,646. Fiske 482.

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        Théorie du paysage ou considérations générales sur les beautés de la nature que l'art peut imiter, et sur les moyens qu'il doit employer pour réussir dans cette imitation

      first edition printed in small number."Bradel" binding vellum way, smooth spine piece of brown shagreen having snags light without gravity, marbled paper boards, orange head, bookplate pasted leading a contreplat signed binding Jarrigeon.A Length restoration of 197-198 pages.Rare copy and pleasant. Lenormant Paris 1818 13,5x20,5cm relié

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        A Prisoner and Private of a Convict Army Regiment Sent to Australia Penal Colony

      Port of Spain, Trinidad, 3-8 September 1818. Manuscript Court Martial proceedings which took place at the Orange Grove Barracks, for the trial and sentencing of Private Thomas Smith for deserting his regiment, and, after being apprehended, escaping imprisonment. Folio. 7 pages of text on two double leafs, laid watermarked paper made by Molineux Johnston in 1813, measuring approximately 32 x 20 cm. Signed in the original by three significant parties involved in the trial, including Governor of Barbados, Lord Combermere. A rare and fascinating primary source account of an Australian penal colony convict. Private Thomas Smith, alias John Jackson (1791-1866), was a convict assigned to Captain Thomas H. Baylis' Company of the Royal York Rangers in 1816. [The Royal York Rangers was formed in 1807 from condemned men, mostly British and Irish prisoners desperate to escape hanging, and also with drafts from the Royal African Corps. Despite this eclectic grouping, it was an extremely effective regiment.] At the risk of receiving lashes and extended sentencing, Smith dared to abandon his imposed commitment of penance and army duty, and fleed the regiment. According to this court document, dated 3 September 1818, he was captured near Arima, Trinidad, in July, having been quartered at Saint Joseph with the regiment, until his desertion. He was tried in Trinidad. The hearing addressed three charges against him, first for desertion from the regiment, also for the crime of leaving with 'Regimental Necessaries', and, after being apprehended, for subsequently escaping from prison captivity. He was found 'Guilty' on all three counts and sentenced as "Felon for Life" to be transported to an un unnamed location. The jury consisted of 14 men of various military regiments. The document further reveals that he had joined the regiment in England in on 14 December 1816. As mentioned in the introduction to the proceeding, the warrant for Smith's arrest and conviction, was issued by the Governor of Barbados himself Stapleton Cotton, 1st Viscount Combermere GCB GCH KSI PC (1773-1865), who held the post from 1817 to 1820. Governor Combermere also signed the document in his hand. The present document appears to be the earliest record of this felon. Following this hearing and conviction, he must have been successfully held until he was transported to a penal colony in Australia one year later. Docketing inscriptions to verso of the second leaf indicate that these papers were sent to the Commander In Chief on 27 January 1819. [According to historical naval records and colonial secretary's correspondence, Smith would arrive at Sydney, then a penal colony, on the ship 'Malabar' along with 169 other exiles on 30 October 1819 and from there was sent to Emu Plains. Commanded by Captain William Ascough, the ship safely delivered 170 male prisoners, 32 soldiers including the guard, 9 women and 6 children. The prisoners were landed in good health and with their rations on 5 November. They were immediately distributed to Parramatta, Windsor, Liverpool and Emu Plains. In the years to follow, Smith was charged with theft and disorderly conduct, worked as part of an iron gang from which he also escaped on several occasions, was sent to Port Macquarie to work for the government, then to Norfolk Island, was transferred to Cockatoo Island, and died in 1857 at age 66 after living an active life as a felon and convict.] Smith must have embarked on the Malabar in Trinidad, as he was already stationed on the island as early as July 1818 after deserting his convict regiment. Though detailed information is limited, and ship registers are scant, Smith evidently left England sometime between 14 December 1816 when he joined the Royal York Rangers and early 1818 when he was posted in Trinidad. Three notable individuals involved in this case have signed the last page of this document in the original: The Governor of Barbados from 1817 to 1820, Stapleton Cotton, 1st Viscount Combermere GCB GCH KSI PC (1773-1865), a British diplomat, politician, and Army officer who commanded a cavalry brigade in Sir Arthur Wellesley's Army before being given overall command of the cavalry in the latter stages of the Peninsular War. Lieutenant Colonel William Smelt, from the 103d Foot, who was the President for this trial. [Possible descendant of Leonard Smelt of Kirkby Fleetham, Yorkshire, who was the Receiver General of casual revenue, Barbados, from 1745 until his death in 1755.] Lieutenant and Adjutant William Firebrace, whose role was Deputy Judge Advocate in this trial. [He obtained the rank of Major in 1836, retired in 1841, and died on the Isle of Wight in 1856] Following are som excerpts from the document: "Proceedings of a General Court Martial held by Virtue of a Warrant bearing date Head Quarters Barbados 30th July 1818, from his Excellency the Right Honorable Lord Combermere G.C.B. [Governor General Barbados], Commander of His Majesty's Forces in the Windward and Leeward Islands - " "Trinidad, Orange Grove Barracks, 3rd September 1818." "Prisoner Private Thomas Smith alias John Jackson... was called into Court... was then asked if he had any objection to the President or any Members... he had not... the charges preferred against him as follows..." "For deserting from his Regiment on or about the 12th July last, and not returning until apprehended and brought back a Prisoner by a Party of Indians or Spaniards on or about the 14th July following." "For having when he Deserted taken with him all his Regimental Necessaries." "For making his Escape when a Prisoner, and again Deserting on or about the 15th July following, and not returning until apprehended by a Party of the Regiment on or about the 28th August following." "To which the Prisoner pleaded Not Guilty...""The Court... proceeded to examine the Evidences...." "... on the Morning of 12th July [1818], two of the Prisoner's Messmates informed him [Captain Thomas Bayliss] that the Prisoner had deserted...""Manuel Pena an Indian resident in the Island being solemnly sworn thro' an Interpreter... answers the following questions... Where did you apprehend him? In the Cocoa Market of Mr. Strickland's Plantation near Arima" How far is this from Port of Spain? About six hours walk. "Serjeant Andrew Honan... deposes as follows... Do you know if he had any Necessaries? I know he had, as I have seen them Inspected.""George Lemon a Discharged Soldier from the Royal York Rangers being called into court... Was the Prisoner under your charge as a Prisoner? He was.... At 1/2 past 7 Oclock in the evening I locked up the Prisoner as well as the rest... but at 5 Oclock next morning when I went to the place where the Prisoners were confined, I found that the Prisoner had effected his escape by digging under the door of his cell and had by that means got out." "Private Michael Dunn... Were you on the Gaol Guard on the 15th July last? I was." "Private Anthony Jones... Were you one of a Party who apprehended the Prisoner on or about the 28th August last? I was... I found him in a Liquor store in the Town..." "Serjeant William Godman... Did you ever see the Prisoner previous to this... from England with the last Draft of Recruits? I did... He [Thomas Smith] joined the Regiment with me on 14th December 1816..." "The Prisoner declines making any defences and throws himself on the mercy of the Court." "The Court having thus found the Prisoner Guilty of the whole of the Charges exhibited against him... Prisoner Private Thomas Smith alias John Jackson... Royal York Rangers, to be Transported as a Felon for Life" Signed "Wm Smelt, Lt. Colonel R. York Rangers, President" Signed "Approved. Combermere SC., Commr. of the Forces." Signed "Will. Firebrace,... 8 September 1818" End Excerpts.

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        Aaron in der Klemme oder der Bräutigam als Braut. Ein Schauspiel mit Ernst und Scherz in drei Aufzügen.

      Ohne Ort (Nürnberg, Stein), 1818. - 8°. Lith. Frontisp., Titel, 142 SS. Pappe d. Zt. "Hayn-G. I, 1; Goed. XI, 437 (irrtumlich 1819). - "Das sehr interessante Stuck enthält als Titelbild eine Lithographie: das Innere einer Pfandleihanstalt, die wohl als sehr seltene Incunabel der Lithographie bezeichnet werden kann" (Hayn-G.). - Der Breslauer Arzt Karl Borromaus Alexander Sessa (1786-1813) verspottete in mehreren Stucken das Streben der Juden nach bürgerlicher Gleichstellung. Mehrfach kam es nach der Veröffentlichung dieser Stücke in der Bevölkerung zu offenen Protesten gegen die Emanzipation der Juden. - Der jüdische Pfandleiher Aaron auf dem Frontispiz in der typischen karikaturalen Form dargestellt. " "- Wenig gebräunt, teils leicht fleckig. Einband stärker beschabt und bestossen.

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        Trial of Robert Hunter, Alias Robert Hunter Guthrie and John Mackie.

      1818 - Who Stole My Cheese? [Manuscript]. [Trial]. [Glasgow, Scotland]. Trial of Robert Hunter, Alias Robert Hunter Guthrie and John Mackie. [Glasgow: April 29, 1818]. 18 ff. Last leaf partially blank, docketed on verso. Folio (12-1/2" x 7.5"). Disbound, light soiling and edgewear, three horizontal fold lines, lower portion of final leaf lacking with no loss to text. Content in neat hand throughout. * A curious collection of court documents involving a pair of men who were stealing and fencing stolen wheels of cheese from a warehouse. Sensing that the police were closing in on them, they fled, one is tempted to say "like mice," but were eventually apprehended. These documents appear to have been given to someone who organized them, added annotations, including the title on the first leaf, and had them bound into a volume.

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        Système de chimie. [Avec : AMPERE. Exposé des nouvelles découvertes sur le magnétisme et l'électricité].

      Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1818-1822. ____ Exemplaire complet du 5e volume de supplément qui est très rare et qui contient la PREMIERE EDITION de l' "Exposé des nouvelles découvertes sur le magnétisme et l'électricité", (pages 168-256) d'Ampère et de Babinet et un exposé de Fresnel "De la lumière" (Pages 1-137), et de nombreuses additions d'après la 6e et dernière édition. Seconde édition française et la première avec les textes d'Ampère et de Fresnel. "Si l'on considère que cette cinquième édition paraît après un intervalle de dix ans de la troisième que j'avais traduite, on pourra juger combien elle doit différer de celle-ci." This book "was so popular that it went through six editions during the next heighteen years; it also received the further accolade of appearing in French, German, and American editions. Ast the first systematic treatise of a non elementary kind to break the french monopoly of such works, Thomson's System tried patriocally to do justice to the contributions made by British chemists to the new chemistry, which had been established in the late eighteeen century." (DSB 13, 372.) Traduit de l'anglais sur la cinquième édition (de 1817) par J. Riffault, ex-régisseur général des Poudres et Salpêtres, qui a publié un "Traité de l'art de fabriquer la poudre à canon", en 1811. Illustré de quelques gravures dans le texte d'appareils et de cristaux. Petit travail de vers dans la marge intérieure de quelques rares feuillets. Bel exemplaire. Cole 1283. *-------*. 5 volumes in-8. [204 x 121 mm] Collation : XXVI, 638/(4), 784, V-VIII/(4), 727, V-VII/(4), 822, V-VIII/(4), VIII,547,(1) pp. Demi-basane brune, double étiquette bleu marine, dos orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Conversations-Lexicon oder encyclopädisches Handwörterbuch für gebildete Stände in sieben Bänden. Neue, zweckmäßig abgekürzte und mit vielen neuen Artikeln und Zusätzen vermehrte Ausgabe.

      Stuttgart. Macklot.1818-20. 7 Bde. + 4 Supplementbände./ 11 Bände komplett. 18,5 x 11 cm. Original marm. Halbledereinbände mit Rsch. u. marm. Buchschnitt. Etw. berieb. u. bestoß., ein Rücken unten leicht aufgepl. Innen Vorsätze teils und ein Titelblatt etw. gebräunt, sonst stellenweise etw. braunfleckig. Erster Band: A bis Caz./ Zweiter Band: Ce bis F./ Dritter Band: G bis J./ Vierter Band: K bis M./ Fünfter Band: R bis Q./ Sechster Band: R bis Staz./ Siebenter Band: Ste bis Z./ Supplementband: Erste Abtheilung A bis C./ Zweite Abtheilung F bis L./ Dritte Abtheilung M bis R./ Vierte Abtheilung S bis Z. Versand D: 6,00 EUR 19. Jahrhundert; Enzyklopädie; Handbuch; Konversationslexikon; Literatur und Illustrierte Bücher; Wörterbücher, Lexika, Sammelband, Anthology; Sammelwerke; Werkausgaben; Werke

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        Practical Researches on the Nature, Cure, and Prevention of Gout, in All its open and concealed forms; with A Critical Examination of some Celebrated Remedies and Modes of Treatment Employed in this Disease: In Medio tutissimus Ibis.

      Printed for Highley & Son 1818 - xi, 105, 8p. boards, in gray linen slipcase. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        BANZ. "Kloster Banz". Ansicht der Klosteranlage links und weiter Blick ins Maintal, im Vordergrund Schafherde und sitzender Schäfer.

      - Lithographie von Philipp Joseph Kraus, 1818, 26 x 35,5 cm. Winkler 440,1. - Der Zeichner Philipp Joseph Kraus wurde 1789 in Bamberg geboren, wo er 1864 auch starb. Er widmete sich früh der neuen Kunst der Lithographie. - Minimal angestaubt. Sehr seltene Inkunabel der Lithographie!

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        Ansichten von Frankfurt am Main, der umliegenden Gegend und den benachbarten Heilquellen. Erster [UND: Zweiter] Theil.

      Frankfurt a. Main, Verlag der Gebrüder Wilmans 1818; EA; 2 Bände; ca 22x15 cm; (12) 376; (24) 283 (1) Seiten mit 25 Kupfertafeln und 1 Falttabelle; Kartoneinbände d. Zt. mit farbigem Rückenschild (Einbände leicht fleckig, etwas bestoßen und leicht berieben, gestochene Titelblätter auf Karton montiert, ebenso der Stich der \"Schlußpyramide\"; es FEHLT der Stadtplan - der allerdings fast immer fehlt und extra dazugekauft werden mußte [und auch in der Legende des Titelblattes gar nicht erwähnt wird!]; sonst gute, saubere Exemplare]Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE CANTO THE FOURTH

      London: John Murray, 1818. xiv,[4],[3]-257,[1]pp. Octavo. Three quarter crimson morocco and marbled boards, t.e.g., others untrimmed. A couple surface scrapes to spine, occasional dusting, marginal smudging and isolated creases, but a good copy. Bound without terminal ads. First edition, Wise's first "issue." Randolph notes in his Preface that he projected, based on his research, a potential 49 different variants of the first edition of this work and consequently did not treat the edition with a full entry. WISE I:60-1. TINKER 525.

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        Journey through Asia Minor Armenia and Koordistan

      

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        Jaar- en zakboekje der kunst en wetenschap bevorderende maatschappij onder de zinspreuk V.W. Met gegrav. titel. & muziekblad (eveneens met vergulde snede) & portret.

      - [Amsterdam], M. Westerman, 1818-20, 1823-34, 1837. 16 Vols. 12mo. 76-104-103-138-131-143-141-123-118-130-127-132-139-140-150-160 pp. Leer met vergulding, etiket in groen op voorplat, sneden verguld. (enkele exemplaren licht (water)vlekkig, enkele ietwat los in band) Na 1828: per deel 1 gedicht op uitvouwblad; 1831-34: 1 gevouwen blad met: gedicht in facsimile. Prijsboekjes: "Hulde aan J.M. Patrone" (=bekroond lid, secretaris) op 15 van 16 voorplatten, en eenmaal "Hulde aan het genootschap tot nut der jeugd te Antwerpen V.W." In tegenstelling tot de normale uitgaven in bedrukte papieren omslagen zijn deze prijsboekjes gebonden in leer, allen in dezelfde stijl doch (licht) van elkaar verschillend; 7 van 16 exemplaren met bindersaanduiding: [hofboekbinder] A[braham] van Rossum. Zie Storm van Leeuwen, Vorstelijke Boekbanden,12 (e.v.): "De belangrijkste Amsterdamse boekbinder uit de vroege negentiende eeuw was zeker Abraham van Rossum." KVNM 48.1,51-69: "Op 29 september 1806 kwam een aantal vrienden gewoontegetrouw bijeen in een cafe op het Leidseplein in Amsterdam. Die dag werd tijdens het gesprek het voorstel geopperd om [.] zelf een genootschap op te richten. Het doel zou moeten zijn 'Deugd te beoefenen, Menschlievendheid aan te kweeken, en Kunsten en Wetenschappen te bevorderen.' [.] De werkzaamheden zouden bestaan uit het beantwoorden van zelf opgegeven prijsvragen in de dicht- en taalkunde (dat wil zeggen het schrijven van gedichten en liedteksten) en het voorlezen van nuttige werken. Een jaar later waren de prijsvragen niet langer tot de taalkunde beperkt, maar strekten zij zich ook uit tot de tekenkunde. [.] Deze uitbreiding leidde in 1809 tot een officiele verdeling van het genootschap in drie departementen, gewijd aan respectievelijk taal- en dichtkunde, tekenkunde en muziek." Haar beslotenheid was groot, dit is opmerkelijk aangezien zij professionele musici onder haar (honoraire) leden telde, zoals Carolus Antonius (Antoine) Fodor, Jacob Rauscher en Jan George Bertelman. v.d.Berg,1986,12-45 :"Eenmaal per jaar wordt tussen de gouden prijswinnaars nog weer een superprijs uitgeloofd. Ter beoordeling daarvan werden buitengewoon honoraire leden, waartoe onder anderen Tollens en Kinker behoorden, gemobiliseerd. [.] Men zou nog kunnen denken, dat de Maatschappij toch de publiciteit zoekt op grond van de uitgave van een jaarlijks zakboekje vanaf 1818, maar dit in eigen beheer uitgegeven almanak-achtige periodiekje staat boordevol genootschapszaken en circuleert alleen in de eigen kring. Het is duidelijk, dat dit genootschap de handen vol heeft aan eigen oefening en geen behoefte heeft aan vertoon naar buiten."

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        SOKEN SANSUI GAFU

      1818 - [EHON] Yamaguchi SOKEN, artist. SOKEN SANSUI GAFU. Heian [Kyoto]: Bunka 15 [1818]. 2 volumes, 26.1 x 18.7 cm, buff paper covers, original printed title slips, bound Japanese-style, fukuro toji. The covers and slips are worn. See Mitchell, p.499. [This copy is identical in collation, save that Soken's seal is missing from the colophon page and there is no publishing information on the inside back cover.] Thus almost certainly a later printing. See also Hillier, volume one, pp.537-9. A well-printed later copy, good condition. A handsome and important book of landscapes printed with great elegance. Soken was one of Maruyama O^kyo^'s greatest disciples. 2 vols., complete.

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        THE FEDERALIST, ON THE NEW CONSTITUTION. WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 1788, BY MR. HAMILTON, MR. MADISON, AND MR. JAY

      City of Washington: Jacob Gideon, 1818. A New Edition. The so-called "Gideon Edition", being a new edition and the first with the Madison articles newly edited by him, as well as the first edition with the authors of the letters identified by name [see the Madison Papers for Madison's letter of January 28, 1818 to Jacob Gideon: "I send you a Copy of the 1st. Edition of the "Federalist," with the name of the writers prefixed to their respective numbers."].Attractively bound to period style in modern full tan calf, with spine ruled in blind and the original and attractive title label laid down. The "most famous and influential American political work" [Howes H-114]. A pleasing copy of this important edition. (Sabin 23985; Howes H-114).

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        Northanger Abbey [with] Persuasion - First UK Editions

      Both novels bound in two volumes, published in 1818 by John Murray. Previous owner's names to both volumes. Both volumes in very good condition. Edges rubbed. Bound in half leather with raised bands and gilt lettering to the spine with marbled boards. Could be rebound into four separate volumes if required. Both novels represent Austen's first and last novels. Both set in Bath, but with disparate storylines. A very rare pair of novels.

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        British Field Sports; embracing practical Instructions in Shooting - Hunting - Coursing - Racing - Cocking - Fishing, &c. with observations on the breaking and training of dogs and horses; also The Management of Fowling Pieces and all other Sporting Impliments. By William Henry Scott [i.e., John Lawrence]

      Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, London 1818 - First edition. Frontispiece, wood cut title-page and 33 other engraved plates. xi, [i], 615, [1, ad] pp. 1 vols. 8vo (9-1/4 x 6 inches). Shooting - Hunting - Coursing - Racing - Cocking - Fishing, etc. Chute 385, Schwerdt Vol. I 304 Later red half calf, t.e.g., green lettering pieces Frontispiece, wood cut title-page and 33 other engraved plates. xi, [i], 615, [1, ad] pp. 1 vols. 8vo (9-1/4 x 6 inches) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Handbuch der pathologischen Anatomie.

      Leipzig, bei Carl Heinrich Reclam 1812-1818. - 2 Bände in 3 Abteilungen. 8°. XXIV, 759 S., 1 S.Berichtigung; X, 499 S., Titel, IV, 468 S. Pappbände der Zeit mit handschriftlichen Rückenschildern und orangefarbenen Kleisterpapierbezügen. Hirsch IV, 188. - Garrison-Morton 2284 (für die 1817-1833 erschienene lateinische Ausgabe). - Seltene deutsche Erstausgabe. - Eines der Hauptwerke des führenden deutschen Anatomen vor Johannes Müller. - Durchgehend leicht gebräunt und fleckig. Name auf Titelblatt von Band 1. - Selten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Rob Roy.

      Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and Co.,, 1818. By the author of "Waverley", "Guy Mannering", and "The Antiquary". In three volumes. 3 volumes, duodecimo (178 x 105 mm). Contemporary brown calf, marbled paper sides, titles to spine gilt, spine fully gilt, edges sprinkled red. Pencil ownership inscription to half-title verso in vol. 1. Slight wear to extremities, light rubbing to boards, occasional light foxing; an excellent set. First edition. "Rob Roy is Scott's first first-person retrospective narration in which the narrator is convincingly wiser than he was in the days of his youth"; it is a key example of Scott's continual experimentation with narrative devices in his novels (ODNB).

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        Rob Roy. By the author of "Waverley", "Guy Mannering", and "The Antiquary". In three volumes.

      Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and Co., 1818 - 3 volumes, duodecimo (178 x 105 mm). Contemporary brown calf, marbled paper sides, titles to spine gilt, spine fully gilt, edges sprinkled red. Pencil ownership inscription to half-title verso in vol. 1. Slight wear to extremities, light rubbing to boards, occasional light foxing; an excellent set. First edition. "Rob Roy is Scott's first first-person retrospective narration in which the narrator is convincingly wiser than he was in the days of his youth"; it is a key example of Scott's continual experimentation with narrative devices in his novels (ODNB). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        OPINION OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, IN THE CASE OF THE TRUSTEES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, VERSUS WILLIAM H. WOODWARD, ESQ. PRONOUNCED AT PLYMOUTH, IN THE COUNTY OF GRAFTON, AT THE NOVEMBER TERM, 1817. PRESENT, HON. WILLIAM M. RICHARDSON, CHIEF-JUSTICE. HON. SAMUEL BELL, HON. LEVI WOODBURY, JUSTICES.

      Concord:: Printed by Isaac Hill,. 1818. 27, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, starting to loosen, else Very Good. The lower court opinion in the famous Dartmouth College Case, brought because the anti-Federalist legislature of New Hampshire had abolished Dartmouth's charter and turned it into a state university. Webster was not original counsel in the Superior Court, but delivered Dartmouth's summation at the close of trial. No record of his speech evidently exists, "but it was said that his emotional peroration 'left the whole courtroom in tears.'" Peterson, The Great Triumvirate 99. Nevertheless, the Court found against Dartmouth; Webster took the case to the Supreme Court for a fee. There, Webster's claim-- that the charter was a contract whose obligations the legislature could not constitutionally impair-- succeeded, but it was not original: able but losing counsel had made it in the lower court. FIRST EDITION. BEAL 11611. Sabin 18623. AI 44995 [2].

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        A Sermon Lately Delivered on Universal Salvation: A very ancient doctrine; with some Account of the Life and Character of Its Author

      Printed for Nathaniel Coverly, Boston 1818 - Later printing (originally published in 1808). Printed self-wrappers. 12pp. Untrimmed and partially unopened. Light edgewear and a little soiling, a very good or better example of this fragile pamphlet. An uncommon and important sermon by the author Lemuel (not Samuel) Haynes, a satirical attack on Hosea Ballou and Universalism. Among the earliest works by an African-American author. Not in *Catalogue of the Blockson Collection* or *Work*. Very uncommon. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La Cuisine Militaire. [Soldier plucking a chicken]

      Paris: Lasteyrie, 1818. . Lithograph.185 x 245mm. on sheet size 260 x 345mm. Marginal tears. Light foxing. Pierre Sanchez, Horace Vernet Dessinateur Lithographe, 1816-1838, no. 16. Bruzard no. 38. Beraldi, 68. Peintre d'histoire, dessinateur et lithographe. - Directeur de l'Académie de France à Rome de 1828 à 1835, membre de l'Institut. - Fils de : Vernet, Antoine Charles Horace dit Carle (1758-1836) également peintre et lithographe. - Petit-fils de : Vernet, Josep. C

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        On the Great Strength Given to Ships of War by the Application of Diagonal Braces" & "Astronomical Observations and Experiments, Selected for the Purpose of Ascertaining the Relative Distances of Clusters of Stars, and of Investigating How Far the Power of Our Telescopes May Be Expected to Reach into Space, When Directed to Ambiguous Celestial Objects" (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 108, pp. 1-8, 429-470)

      Royal Society of London, London 1818 - Robert Seppings (1767-1840) was an English naval architect who developed a number of innovative designs that provided great assistance to the English Navy, his most noticeable being the system of cross-bracing outlined in this paper. William Herschel (1738-1822) was a an early astronomer who, working in conjunction with his sister, Caroline Herschel, made numerous discoveries including the planet Uranus. This is one of his many papers reporting out on his recent astronomical observations. This full volume of papers by numerous authors on a variety of subjects including medicine, natural history, physics, mathematics and archaeology, illustrated with numerous plates. vi, iv, [1], 527, [7], 23 [plates] pp. 4to. Recent brown three quarter leather bindings with five raised bands at spine, burgundy title patch with gold embossed titling, gold lines offsetting bands, decorative stamp in each compartment without titling, blind embossed borders to front and rear boards. Interiors clean, ex-library stamp on title page, and occurring sporadically within. Meteorological Journal for 1817 (26 pp.) included bound in at midpoint in the volume. Pages were trimmed slightly when rebound. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aquarelle. (Reise um die Erde nach der Natur aufgenommen in Egypten, Indien, China, Japan, Manilla, Amerika etc. - Aus Europa - Neue Folge). 3 Serien in 2 Mappen (alles).

      Imperial-Folio (57,5 x 47 cm). 68 Chromolithographien (meist 36 x 27 cm), montiert auf festem Karton, von R. Steinbock u. W. Loeillot nach Aquarellen von Eduard Hildebrandt lose in 2 OLwd.-Mappen (braun/rot) mit dekorativer Prägung in Gold, Schwarz u. 2 Farben. Thieme-Becker XVII, 74f. - Eduard Hildebrandt (1818-1869) unternahm als Königl. Preuß. Hofmaler auf Empfehlung Alexander von Humboldts im Auftrage Friedrich Wilhelms IV. mehrere Reisen, die er in Aquarellen dokumentierte. Nach seiner Weltreise 1862-64 stellte er im Anschluß 200 Aquarelle in Berlin aus, von denen eine Auswahl ab 1874 in Reproduktionen mit beschreibendem Text im Verlag Wagner, Berlin erschien. Nach drei Verlagswechseln vertrieb zuletzt R. Mitscher die Tafeln, die hier in sehr seltener Vollständigkeit mit allen drei Serien (ohne Text) vorliegen. Alle Tafeln rückseitig numeriert und betitelt. - Die Laschen der Mappen etw. lädiert. Taf. 1 im Rande stärker fleckig, sonst nur einige Fingerspuren im Rande der Kartons. Insgesamt ein außerordentlich wohlerhaltenes Ex. mit farbfrischen Lithos, in dieser Vollständigkeit und Erhaltung kaum noch einmal zu finden. *** Complete 3 Series of total 68 colour-printed lithographs after Hildebrandt. With views of architecture, landscape and street scenes of China, Egypt, India, Japan, North America, the Philippines, Europe etc. Mounted on cardboard with paper label on verso. Some spotting in the margins of the cardboards, very good condition.

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        Theorematis Fundamentalis in Doctrina de Residuis Quadraticis Demonstrationes et Ampliationes Novae

      20 pp. Large 4to, attractive antique boards.. Göttingen: H. Dieterich, 1818. First separate edition, offprint issue with new pagination from the Comm. Recent. Soc. Gott., Vol. IV (1816-18). In this important memoir Gauss provided a fifth and sixth demonstration of his great law of quadratic reciprocity, a "gem" of higher arithmetic. It perfected and completed the work on this subject in his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae (1801). Fine copy. ❧ Cajori, A History of Mathematics, pp. 435-36. Poggendorff, I, 854-57.

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        Saggio pittorico ed analisi delle pitture più famose esistenti in Roma con il compendio delle vite de'più eccellenti pittori ec. ec. Edizione seconda corretta ed aggresciuta.

      Roma: Nella Stamperia Salvioni, si vende nella Libreria di Giambatista Petrucci, 1818. 12mo (20 cm, 7.9"). xii, 296 pp. Uncommon second, corrected edition of a work originally printed in 1786, here in an uncut copy in the original wrappers. Prunetti, the author of several works on painting and art, offers his thoughts on the great paintings of Rome, the artistic techniques used in their creation, and how to judge them, along with brief lives of the most prominent Italian painters. . Uncut copy. Original paper wrappers, spine with hand-lettered paper label. Early inked owner's inscription on front free endpaper; one early inked shouldernote. Some pages with faint hint of foxing, most clean. A very good copy.

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        Autograph Letter Signed to 'My dear Lord', (Sir Edward Law, 1750-1818, leading counsel for Warren Hastings, 1787, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1802-1818 and 1st Baron)

      1818 - Charles Manners SUTTON, (1755-1828, from 1805 Archbishop of Canterbury), as president of the Queen's Council, saying that "on account of the extraordinary heat of the weather, & the very imperfect state of my own health", he is induced to avail himself "of the lately increased number of the Queen's Council. by absenting myself from our Quarterly meeting at Windsor on Saturday . A single line from your Grace . shall bring me down, under every risk & inconvenience, & in whatever state I may happen to be - The Queen is not, I apprehend, well enough at present . otherwise I should have addressed my request to her Majesty", and asking the Archbishop "to make my humble excuse at the first convenient opportunity .", 1 side 4to, St James's Square, (Thursday) 2nd July light trace of former laying down by blank edge of verso The Regency Act of 1811 had entrusted Queen Charlotte (1744 - 17th November 1818) with the care of the king's person and household, assisted by a Council, while her son become Prince Regent to the country as a whole. Charlotte's chief aim was to secure continuity should the king ever recover. All five royal doctors were present. The other members of the Council were George Finch, 9th Earl of Winchilsea (K.G., a former Lord of the Bedchamber and founder of the Marylebone Cricket Club), Lord Arden (a Lord of the Bedchamber) and Sir William Grant (an eminent judge). They were joined by new members the Bishop of London (William Howley), the Earl of Macclesfield and Lord St Helens, as mentioned in the present letter. The Archbishop reported to the Queen at Kew and a public bulletin was displayed at St James's Palace: "His Majesty has been very tranquil through the last month, and continues to enjoy good bodily health; but His Majesty's disorder is undiminished" (The Times, 6th July 1818).

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        La corbeille de fruits

      [ - de (2), VIII, 188, (8) pages Paris, Janet, [circa 1818], in-16, de (2), VIII, 188, (8) pages et 12 planches rehaussées (dont le titre gravé), cartonnage rose de l'époque, plats ornés de motifs dorés en encadrement, Unique édition. Charles Malo fit paraitre chez le même éditeur, en 1815, une Guirlande de flore, et la même année (en 1818)une "Corbeille de fruit". Sur une première garde, un ex-libris anglais daté du 18 janvier 1820 d'Elizabeth Herbert. Joli exemplaire dans son cartonnage du temps, complet de ses 12 gravures. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ILES BORROMÉES / PANORAMA DER BORROMAISCHEN INSELN. Gezeichnet nach der Natur und herausgegeben von H. Keller.

      bey Keller & Fuessli, 1818. Bellissima rappresentazione a 360° del Panorama del Lago Maggiore ritratto dall'Isola Bella, inc. in rame, con coloritura coeva (mm. 970x142). Interessante notare la precisione della raffigurazione con indicazione, nella parte superiore, dei quattro punti cardinali. L'incisione è ricca di particolari e rimandi che permettono di individuare con facilità tutte le località circostanti. Esempl. molto ben conservato, in custodia cartonata edit. con tit. impresso su tassello al piatto anteriore.

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        THE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB

      London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1818. This is an agreeably bound set of the letters, essays, and poetry by "the prince of English essayists." According to Day, Lamb contributed to the essay form by concentrating on feeling, rather than thought, by projecting a fuller sense of self into the work, and by imbuing his text with a poetic or lyrical quality. Lamb was also an accomplished poet, writing in both rhyming and blank verse, as well as a friend to many of the leading literary figures of the Romantic period. His correspondents include Wordsworth, Southey, and Coleridge, whom he had known since his youth and to whom this work is dedicated. Lamb's letters, by turns witty and meditative, reveal a life of intense reading and writing at a time when British literature was undergoing a radical transformation. Charles Lamb (1775-1834) was educated at Christ's Hospital and at 17 joined the East India House, where he worked from 1792-1825. In 1796, Lamb's sister Mary stabbed and killed their mother with scissors in a fit of insanity. Charles took on her care as well as serving as sole support for a dying aunt and a prematurely senile father. For the two years preceding this catastrophe, Lamb himself had experienced a period of derangement in his early twenties that haunted him the rest of his life. Nonetheless, Lamb and his sister were devoted to one another and lived long and productive lives, publishing several extremely popular tales together.. 175 x 107 mm. (6 7/8 x 4 1/4"). Two volumes. Attractive navy blue crushed morocco, gilt, by Riviere & Son (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers with French fillet border, raised bands, spines richly gilt in compartments with floral sprig centerpiece surrounded by a lozenge of small tools and floral cornerpieces, turn-ins with gilt filigree roll, purple glazed endpapers, top edges gilt. Front flyleaves with engraved armorial bookplate of John Whipple Frothingham. Occasional browning or minor foxing, otherwise a fine copy, clean and fresh internally, and in a lustrous, scarcely worn binding. This is an agreeably bound set of the letters, essays, and poetry by "the prince of English essayists." According to Day, Lamb contributed to the essay form by concentrating on feeling, rather than thought, by projecting a fuller sense of self into the work, and by imbuing his text with a poetic or lyrical quality. Lamb was also an accomplished poet, writing in both rhyming and blank verse, as well as a friend to many of the leading literary figures of the Romantic period. His correspondents include Wordsworth, Southey, and Coleridge, whom he had known since his youth and to whom this work is dedicated. Lamb's letters, by turns witty and meditative, reveal a life of intense reading and writing at a time when British literature was undergoing a radical transformation. Charles Lamb (1775-1834) was educated at Christ's Hospital and at 17 joined the East India House, where he worked from 1792-1825. In 1796, Lamb's sister Mary stabbed and killed their mother with scissors in a fit of insanity. Charles took on her care as well as serving as sole support for a dying aunt and a prematurely senile father. For the two years preceding this catastrophe, Lamb himself had experienced a period of derangement in his early twenties that haunted him the rest of his life. Nonetheless, Lamb and his sister were devoted to one another and lived long and productive lives, publishing several extremely popular tales together.

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