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        EPHEMERIDES MOTUUM COELESTIUM AB ANNO 1817. AD ANNUM 1822. Ad Meridianum Bononiae Supputatae a Petro Catureglio...

      Bologna: Ex Typographia Josephi Lucchesinii. 1819. y First edition. Very Good. Folio. 4 vols. in 1. xvi,52;(53)-104;(105)-156;(157)-208;(209)- 312,xxvii,(5)pp. Copper engraved allegorical frontispiece. Title page with copper engraved view of Bologna's Royal Academy of Science. The second vol. (for 1818) and fourth vol. (for 1820) have engraved folding maps (polar projections of the northern hemisphere) showing the paths of projected eclipses. Cont. marbled boards, nicely rebacked in calf, black calf spine label (mislabeled with the wrong years for the contents of this volume). Occasional foxing.

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        Prodromo della grande anotomia. Seconda opera postuma di Paolo Mascagni posta in ordine e pubblicata a spese di una società innominata da Francesco Antommarchi dissertore anatomico...

      dalla Tipografia di Giovanni Marenigh 1819 Folio (cm. 46,2 e cm. 54), 2 Voll. (di cui il primo di testo e lâ??altro dal titolo â??Tavole figurate di alcune parti organiche del corpo umano degli animali e dei vegetabili esposte nel Prodromo della grande anatomiaâ??), 7 cc.nn., 194 pp., 1 c.nn., CII pp., 1 c.nn.; 1 c.nn. e 20 tavv. Legature coeve in mz. pergamena con titolo su tassello cartaceo al ds. (piccola mancanza nella parte inferiore del ds. del volume di testo). Qualche leggera fioritura, ma ottimo esemplare. Rara edizione originale non presente in Garrison - Morton e in Walleriana. Paolo Mascagni (1755 - 1815), considerato uno dei più grandi anatomisti italiani, si laureò ed insegnò nelle Università di Firenze, Pisa e Siena dove divenne anche presidente (1798) dellâ??Accademia dei Fisiocritici. I suoi studi sul sistema dei vasi linfatici lo resero celebre in tutta Europa.

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        FRANKFURT. "Dom zu Frankfurt am Main". Ansicht von Süden mit dem Bau in seiner ganzen Länge. Das Querschiff tritt weit vor, links Fachwerkhäuser, im Vordergrund Marktszenerie und reiche, mittelalterliche Personenstaffage.

      - Lithographie mit zwei Tonplatten von Domenico Quaglio, 1819, 40 x 40,5 cm. Winkler 640,53; Trost L60. - Architektonisch interessante Darstellung des Domes, in dem jahrhundertelang die deutschen Kaiser gewählt und gekrönt wurden.

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        Essai sur la théorie des proportions chimiques et sur l'influence chimique de l'électricité

      1819 - XVI, 190, (2), 120, (2)pp. Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1819, in-8, XVI, 190, (2), 120, (2)pp, 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume, demi-basane havane, dos lisse à filets gras dorés, pièce de titre rouge, tranches jonquille (reliure de l'époque), PREMIERE EDITION française traduite par Constantin Mouradgea d'Ohsson. "During his visit to Paris in 1818-19 Berzelius found the French chemists knew little of chemical proportions and nothing of his electrochemical theories. To remedy this he published the present volume containing material from his "Lärbok i kemien" (t.3)" (Cole n°143). Avec, en fin de volume, 120 pages de tables alphabétiques qui montrent le poids de l'atome de la plupart des substances inorganiques, ainsi que leur composition en centimètres. Avec relié en tête: BERZELIUS (J.J.). Analisi chimica d'ogni specie di minerali da eseguirsi facilmente. Florence, Piatti, 1822. VIII, 258pp, 4 planches dépliantes. PREMIERE EDITION ITALIENNE traduite par Gazzeri d'après la traduction française de Sig. Fresnel. Accroc à la coiffe de tête, rousseurs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ma Promenade au déla des Alpes.

      Berne, Burgdorfer 1819 - 16 x 9,8 cm, Front., 108 p., feuillet d' errata, au verso de la couverture muette se trouve cette mention: ' Don del ' auteur 20 avril 1819', cart. vert [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LE ODI DI ANACREONTE E DI SAFFO

      - RECATE IN VERSI ITALIANI DA GIOVANNI CASELLI. FIRENZE: DALLA STAMPERIA PIATTI. MDCCCXIX [1819]. In folio (38x26 cm) com [8], 191 pags. Encadernação da época com acabamento em papel cartonado rígido e marmoreado; e com falta do mesmo na lombada. Exemplar com leves picos oxidação do papel; e com ex-libris da época com as iniciais PMB. Obra com texto bilingue (grego antigo e italiano) confrontado página a página. Location/localizacao: Sala 2

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        Archive - Lincolnshire Spirit Merchant and Brewer - Trade Dispute with London Distillers

      London, 1819. Gosberton, London, 1819-1834. Archive of 27 manuscript documents of a Lincolnshire spirits merchant Thomas Doubleday, pertaining to his disputes over spirits purchased from London distillers mainly being claims of inferior quality; and, inversely, pertaining to inspections of Doubleday's storehouse by the Surveying Office and an enquiry by the Excise Office with undertones of possible smuggling. Includes 16 letters, 1 purchase invoice, 8 sales receipts, all in manuscript, and 1 printed court summons completed in manuscript, and 1 excise office permit to receive foreign brandy also completed in manuscript. Documents range in size and length. These are original signed letters received by Doubleday, and retained manuscript copies of his own correspondence and sales slips. Some minor creasing, otherwise the lot in very good condition. Mr. Thomas Doubleday of Gosberton, Spalding, Lincolnshire, was a dike-reeve by trade, who became a merchant of rum, brandy, gin and wine, as well as a brewer. He is sometimes addressed as "Spirits Merchant" and sometimes as "Brewer." Letters are posted to him at the Gosberton Brewery. [There were other brewers in the Doubleday family of Gosberton.] In this era, England's liquor trade was saturated by mendacious sorts of men and tainted with fraud and corruption. Smuggling, unlicenced distilling, misrepresenting quality, and reducing alcohol volume was rampant, thus lending equal opportunity for buyers to create false claims even against reputable distillers and dealers. It is impossible to ascertain truth versus exploitation in these transactions, however this lot of documents surely illuminates deceit and unscrupulous practices from one or all parties. It also affirms the importance of some changes that had recently been made to alcohol legislation in England. [Primarily designed to monitor distillers and merchants, and secondly to curtail overall consumption of spirits, an Act was passed in 1825. It aimed specifically to reduce smuggling, to strengthen controls on legitimate distilling. The Act banned distillers from retailing, outlawed distillation without a licence, banned distillations altogether on Sundays, instituted strict and extensive powers for oficers of the excise to effect inspection and seizure, and instituted retail licences. It also banned the sale or the consumption of spirits in prisons and workhouses.] The majority of the present documents are from the years 1826 to 1830 and consist of correspondence between the litigous merchant and the distillers from whom he purchased spirits, one or possibly both being unscrupulous in the transactions. However, the meddlesome presence and ironhanded excise officers, restless and keen to enforce legislation upon makers and merchants of spirits, beer and wine, also make an appearance in this lot. Collectively, these papers illustrate the Machiavellian history of the liquor trade some two hundred years ago. On 28 June 1826 an official excise summons demands a court appearance by Mr. Doubleday who is being accused in a matter of possessing "excess stock not duly accounted for" - being five gallons of English-made liquor. The document suggests theft, illegal importation, or perhaps evasion of taxes and duty. The liquor was seized the same day, prior to any investigation. In March 1831, Thomas Doubleday's shop was again investigated by the Surveying Office, and according to a manuscript letter by John Nutting of the excise office, the latter resulted in "... an unusual and illegal decrease in your stock of foreign brandy... reported to have been stolen". The excise officer requested all particulars of the purported theft, surely suspecting the liqueur had been smuggled out to evade duty fees. Doubleday responds at once, with much detail of the missing liqueur, as well as witnesses and even potential "suspicious character" to pursue. A permit dated 28 March 1830, granting one man to receive casks of foreign brandy, being two gallons, specifically from Doubleday's stock, and charging duties for "sending out one hour" and "receiving one day" suggests diligent, if not rigorous monitoring of all liquor being transported between ports and cities. Several manuscript letters were exchanged over the years between the proprietors of Eagle and Back distillery in Cripplegate Ward, London, and Mr. Thomas Doubleday, a wine and spirits merchant from Lincolnshire. Doubleday frequently disputed the quality of the liquors and even the quantity received, forming a rather curious and entertaining account of the liquor trade in early nineteenth century London. Evidently Doubleday fancied himself a better distiller, or at least a spirits connoisseur, and yet he continued to purchase from Eagle and Back. As a regular client he received written notices of price changes from the company, 'strong gin' being increased in 1826 and again in 1831. A letter/invoice dated 27 November 1826, penned on Eagle and Back stationery, outlines an order for gin, Jamaican rum, and casks, which were shipped to the port town of Boston in Lincolnshire for Doubleday. The earliest letter from John Back of the distillery, postmarked and received 7 July 1829, is a response to what appears to have been Doubleday's first complaint. His issues are the quality (strength) of a brandy and the price of gin. The writer is surprised at the notion of an unhappy customer and attempts to clarify any discrepancies or concern with much detail, and some sarcasm. Excerpt: "... the Brandy is the growth of the same maker in Cognac as your last Hogshead, which you approved... If we had wished to spoil the flavour we should have used some the Godfrey Fo. But as the Excise Commissioners have an unfortunate way of putting a heavy fine of but a few hundred pounds upon the back of a man who will infringe their laws, we are not mad enough yet to mix BB with Foreya..." On 4 April 1830 Doubleday complains of a tardy shipment, "The Boston waggoner tells my men who has met waggon thru different nights after midnight at the Isle-bar, that the puncheons certainly has not yet arrived at Peterboro [Peterborough in Cambridgeshire] ..." A response from Eagle & Back distillers written 13 April 1830 confronts the chronic complainer, "... it is not at all probably that they would make a mistake of 4 Gallons in 88 Gallons... There is certainly something suspicious in your spirits always coming deficient and if that is the case, it must be done in the hands of the Carrier..." A letter written in 1831 reveals nineteenth century liquor transport laws, as well as another questionable move attempted by Doubleday. Mr. Eagle writes to Doubleday, "... owing to the permit for the hogshead of port wine being a dock permit the name cannot be altered... have therefore sent a petition with the Board of Excise asking them to allow the same to be taken into the stock of Mr. Bennett..." Eagle and Back distillery was situated on Red Cross Street, Cripplegate Ward, London, it's owners being Messrs Thomas Eagle and John Back, who let the distillery premises and two messuages (nos 6 and 7) from a Lady-day beginning in 1826 for a term of 21 years, and whose rent was payable to the church. Half of their rent was paid to the churchwardens of the parish of St. Luke, which is connected to the parish of Cripplegate. The remaining half was payable as a contribution to the general charity fund of St. Giles parish. In the year 1830 Eagle and Back made substantial repairs and renovations to the premises as had been agreed in the lease agreement. According to the letterhead on which one letter is penned in 1826, this enterprise was the "Successor of Thomas Wyatt & Son." [In 1821, a distiller on 9 Red Cross Street named John Wyatt, possibly brother and business partner to Thomas Wyatt, died at 32 years of age, documented in the Gentleman's Magazine Vol 91.] In 1824 Thomas Eagle, one of the proprietors, inherited his brother's estate. He is listed in the register of the Licensed Victuallers Association in 1833. Along the same lines, Thomas Doubleday disputes relentlessly an over-shipment of spirits and related charges, this time with John Wood, a foreign wine & brandy merchant operating at Devonshire Street in Bishopsgate, London. As well as an original receipt for 1/4 pipe (39 gallons) of Superior Old Brandy for £31 made in October 1829, this transaction resulted in six rancorous letters between the parties. Doubleday refused to pay the invoice and further demanding credit for postage for the correspondence, while Wood repeatedly threatened legal action against him, the final letter being dated exactly six months after the invoice date, and the mater still not resolved. The lot further contains Doubleday's own copy of a letter he sent to a Mr. C. Shannon in December 1831, again disputing the alcohol proof of a bottle of rum purchased from him. Excerpt: "... I put the rum into my 2 gall measure, in the presence of our officer, when I found more than a quart deficient of measure & the strength 16.6/up[?] much lower than... My son John tells me he saw you put it up to file the measure properly therefore it cannot be Imperial. The rum is a good quality but you have reduced it too low for your own safety... it will be seizable... I should advise you to get your measure examined... & to attend to the strength of your whole stock of spirits to prevent your getting into trouble in future. As for the present mistake we can easy make right." The eights sales receipts in this archive record Doubleday's transactions, selling liquor to various customers between the years 1819 and 1834. Cripplegate was a gate in the London Wall and a name for the region of the City of London outside the gate. The area was almost entirely destroyed in the Blitz of World War II and today it is the site of the Barbican Estate and Barbican Centre. A map of St. Giles Cripplegate made in 1755 and held at the British Library, shows "Two Brewers Yard" as well as a vineyard, indicating a long history of producing wine and spirits in the district. . Very Good.

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        Compilation of 149 Scotch, Irish, and English popular songs and dances for various treble instruments, including the English flageolet, fife, violin, and Highland bagpipes. Musical manuscript, most probably of English or Scottish origin. Ca. 1819

      An intriguing testament to early 19th-century amateur music-making on the British Isles.. Oblong octavo (ca. 200 x 105 mm). Contemporary half dark tan calf with marbled boards, spine in decorative compartments gilt, marbled boards. 158 pp. Notated in treble clef on systems of one staff in black ink on 4-stave hand-ruled paper watermarked "Hagar & Co. 1819." In multiple hands, with the names of two possible scribes, James Temple and John Rutherford, at the conclusion of several songs. Several pages with additional musical notation in pencil in a somewhat later, unpracticed hand. Additional pedagogical material including a fingering chart for the "G Flute," scales for the violin, etc., to pp. 132-147. Index to pp. 151-158. Contents in order of appearance: - Siege of St. Sabastian - Morgiana in Ireland - Logan Water - Andromeda - Jock o Paris - Quadrille - Maggy Lauder - The Bonny Lass of Ballochmyle - Buonaparte's Quickstep on his entrance into Mantua - Nancy Dawson's Reel - Lady Shaftbury's Strathspey - Brose and Butter - Ormiston House - The Duke of York's March - Scots Wha hae wi Wallace Bled - I'll gang nae mair to yon town - The Haughs of Cromdale - St. Patrick's Day - The Quaker's Wife - Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch - Roslin Castle - Duke of Perth's Reel - Highlander's Farewell to Ireland. A Strath - Woo'd and Married And A - Here Awa, There Awa - Cawder Fair - Duncan Davidson, a Strathspey - The Rose Free - Caecelian Dance - The Cambells Are Comin' - Chapter of Donkies - Up and Waur Them a Willie, Pipe Set. - The Lands o' Liddisdale - Brighton Castle - Miss McLeod's Reel - The Grinders - The Bugle Quickstep - My Love She's but a Lassie Yet - Major Power's Quickstep - Armstrong's Whisky Punchèon, by George Elliot - Come under my Plaidy - Green Grow the Rushes - The Lodger's Return - Banks of Liddel - Miss Weir's [?] Waltz By John Armstrong - The Hungarian Dance - Gloomy Winter - N. Gow's Farewell to Whisky - Miss Forbes Farewell to Banf - Miss Drummond of Perth's Reel - Up and War Them a Will[i]e - The Fairy Dance, a Reel - The White Cockade - Earl of Moira's Welcome to Scotland, a Strathspey - Nancy's Fancy - The Sylph - A Quickstep' - Carse o' Gourie... - Queen's Triumph by J. Armstrong... - La Belle Catherine. French Air - The Yellow Hair'd Laddie - Oer the Moor Amang the Heather. - St. Patrick's Day (another version) - Orange and Blue - The Highland Chieftans. For fife - Corn Riggs - Drops of Brandy - The Bay of Biscay O - Brighton Castle (another version) - Captain Wake - The Blue Bonnets come o'er the Border - There's nae Luck about the House --This is no my ain Lassie - The New Rigged Ship - O Dear What Can the Matter be! - For Lack of Gold - Oer the Water to Charlie - Oer the Moor amang the Heather - Jessie the Flower oh Dumblane - Polly Put the Kettle On - Morgiana for Flagolet - Hibernia - The Marquis of Huntly Farewell - Braes of Tullymate - The Lee Riggs - Johnnie Cope, a March - The Duke of York's Favourite Troop, of Quickstep - Coolun. A Celebrated Irish Air. - My Oonly Joe and Dearie O! - Oscar's Ghost - The Daston Quickstep - Kathrine Ogie - Miss Lucy Campbell - The Broom o' the Cowden-Knows. - The Miller of Drone - The Isle of Queen - Miss Hope's Waltz - The Bonny Sunny Bank - Miss Shearer's Strathspey - Shurley's Fancy - A Favourite Highland Quickstep. 73d. Regt. - We'll a gang to Kelso - The Auld Man's Mare 'es Dead - Tail Toddle - Jockey to the Fair - Dinna think bonny Lassie I'm gaun to leave thee - Carreck Fergus. Irish. - The Day Returns My Bosom Burns... - The Soldier's Dream - Castleton Bridge. By W.P. Telford [?] - The Polly Privateer. A Sear Song - The Battle of Boulogne. A Sea Song - Timour the Tartar - Queen's Waltz - Copenhagen Waltz - The Highland March - Love down in the Broom - The Aiken Drum - Johnnie's Grey Breeks - The Ruffians Rant - Of a' the Airts. The [wind] can blow - The Button Hole - Paddy of Carrol - Boyne Water - Jenny Nettles - The Bonny Lass of Livingston - Black Jock - Oer the Hills and far way. Slow. - Miss Lyle. A Strathspey - Kail Brose of Auld Scotland - O Willie brew'd a peck o' Maut - The New Highlandman - Paddy Whack. Irish. - Lochaber - A Favourite Waltz - Mary of Castle Cary - The Wounded Hussar - The Humours of Glen - The Flowers of the Forest - God Save the King - Banks and Braes o' bonny Doon - Tullochgoram[!]. Gaelic. - Hoddom Mill, a Strathspey - The Rock and wie Pickle Tow - The Birks of Invermay - The Souters of Selkirk - Miss Lyle's Strathspey. For the Violin - A dictionary of music (probably incomplete) - Chart of Flats and Sharps (with diagram of flute or flageolet fingerings) - Tables of Transposition - Scale of Natural Notes for the G. Flute (with diagram of fingerings) - Fife Gamut (with diagram of fingerings) - Scale for the Violin - Scale for the new Patent Chromatic Albion Flute (with fingerings) - Gamut for Highland Bagpipes - Duke of Gordon's Birthday - C[ameron]'s got his Wife again Lacking upper board. Slightly worn, soiled and stained, heavier to some leaves; cropped at upper and lower edges, slightly affecting several measures of music; outer leaves with minor tears and resultant loss, slightly affecting two measures of music and several letters; first ten leaves and possibly part of the index lacking.

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        Opera omnia ex recensione Jo. Augusti Ernesti cum ejusdem notis Clave Ciceroniana.

      J.F. Dove,, Londini, 1819 - Otto volumi di pp. oltre 2.000 complessive. Antiporta incisa al primo volume raffigurante un busto di Cicerone. Unito a: Delectus Commentariorum in Ciceronis Opera Omnia ad editionem Jo. Aug. Ernesti accomodatus. Ex editione Josephi Oliveti. Londini, Dove, 1819. Tre volumi di pp. 2.000 ca. complessive. Complessivamente 11 volumi di cm. 23,5, uniformemente legati in pieno vitello biondo, dorsi a nervi con filetti, fregi e titoli in oro su doppi tasselli, piatti inquadrati da triplice filetto in oro. Sguardie e tagli marmosrizzati. Minini segni d'uso, ma esemplare fresco, genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Stimata edizione impreziosita da una legatura assai decorativa. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Statistisch-topographische Übersicht des Departments der Königlich Preußischen Regierung zu Breslau

      Graß, Barth und Compagnie, Breslau 1819 - 24 x 20 cm 377, 14 S., Geschichte Statistik Landeskunde Ppe. d. Zt. Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen, Bibliotheksstempel auf dem Titelblatt, sonst sehr gut

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        Report of the Case of the Trustees of Dartmouth College Against

      1819. First Report of the Landmark Dartmouth College Case [Trial]. [Dartmouth College Case]. Farrar, Timothy [1788-1874], Reporter. Report of the Case of the Trustees of Dartmouth College Against William H. Woodward. Argued and Determined in the Superior Court of Judicature of the State of New-Hampshire, November 1817. And on Error in the Supreme Court of the United States, February 1819. Portsmouth: Published by John W. Forster, And West, Richardson, And Lord, Boston, [1819]. [iv], 406 pp. Octavo (9" x 5"). Original publisher boards, rebacked with replica of spine with printed paper title label, front hinge mended, front free endpaper re-hinged, untrimmed edges, several signatures unopened. A few tiny stains to boards, light fading to edges, corners bumped and worn. Some toning to text, occasional light foxing, minor tears to margins of a few leaves. * First published report. This is probably the most important American case concerning the contract right of corporations. The New Hampshire legislature passed a bill in 1816 that revoked Dartmouth College's original charter and converted the college from a private to a state institution. The college challenged the constitutionality of this act in the state Supreme Court without success, but the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the state's decision in a landmark opinion based on the contract clause of the Constitution. This decision represented "an assurance for all investors in American corporate enterprises that the terms upon which they had committed their capital could not be unilaterally altered by a state. At a time when corporations were first being widely used, it thus encouraged the expansion of American business enterprise. The decision vested the Corporation with indestructible contract rights, even against its creator" (Schwartz, 86, 111). "By construing the contract clause as a means of protecting corporate charters from state interventions, Marshall derived a significant limitation on state authority. As a result, various forms of private economic and social activity would enjoy security from state regulatory policy. Marshall thus encouraged, through constitutional sanction, the emergence of the relatively unregulated private, autonomous economic actor as the major participant in a liberal political economy that served the commonwealth by promoting enlightened

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        LE PETIT MODISTE FRANÇAIS, Dédié Aux Dames.

      Paris: Le Fuel, 1819. Le Fuel,: Paris:, 1819. Paris: Le Fuel, 1819. Le Petit Modiste Français was an almanac intended by its publishers to become "le livre classique des boudoirs, et à se trouver sur toutes les toilettes." Poetry, allegory and advice on everything from fashionable dress and accessories to proper etiquette is offered here, along with 12 hand-coloured plates, one per month, showing a fashionably dressed woman either engaged in or, more often, in the foreground of some seasonal activity. (June shows a hot-air balloon aloft behind the lady). Our particular copy here has survived in a most detailed and decorative paper covered binding and slipcase, the first being quite neo-classical in ornament and the latter more romantic. Colas describes an issue of 1822 and notes that Grand Carteret cites examples from 1818, 1819 and 1820. There are 19 pages of addresses of merchants such as modistes, florists, hair dressers, cloth merchants, perfumers, shoemakers, etc, as well as announcements of where to find the latest creams, rouges, aromatic compounds, etc. Rare; OCLC lists only one undated copy from this series in any North American library and we have been unable to locate any copies of the present edition outside of France. Colas 2333; Grand Carteret 1843; 24mo (11.4 x 7.5 cm); (iv) + 211 + (1) pp. + 13 hand-colored plates including decorative title page. Bound in contemporary highly decorative color printed paper with six panels of arabesque designs on spine; upper and lower covers printed in shades of red, green, blue, black and yellow, with images of cherubs or putti in corners ; vignette of small children in a draped woodland setting within a lozenge shaped center panel; small seasonal "friezes" as accents on all sides; corners and sides ruled in gold with just slight age wear; a.e.g.; in highly decorative slipcase printed in similar colours with a scene of a visit by two young ladies to a rocky island hermitage printed on upper and lower covers, and with small rusticated and garden views (a small bridge with overhanging willow and an avenue of trees) in small compartments on the spine; slipcase shows some very moderate wear and very light soiling.

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        Walks Through Ireland in the Years 1812, 1814, and 1817 Described in a Series of Letters to an English Gentleman

      Sir Richard Phillips & Co., London 1819 - Written by J B Trotter, private secretary to the Late Rt Hon C.J.Fox. [36] 599 pp. Publisher's list to rear. Calf binding with gilt ruling to borders & decorative gilt tooling to spine. Gilt titles to red morocco labels on spine. Gilt armorial stamp to upper spine for the library of HOARE, Richard Colt, Sir, 2nd Baronet of Barn Elms (1758-1838). Lightest scuffing to covers, small piece missing from top outside corner of ffep. Neat number 55 written in ink to front paste-down. Scattered foxing mainly to epps, slightly heavier towards rear. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von Mülheim mit Blick auf Köln.

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Rudolph Kuntz, 1819, 14,5 x 21,5 Schmitt, Die illustrierten Rhein-Beschreibungen, 167, 8. - Probedruck vor der Schrift!

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        Sésame et Les Lys,1906 Edition Originale de la traduction de Marcel Proust

      Mercure de France - Ces deux conférences de John Ruskin (1819-1900) Sésame et Les Lys, furent publiées en 1865 et Marcel Proust s’attela à leur traduction en 1904, peu après la parution de La Bible d’Amiens. Dans sa préface, « Sur la lecture », Proust évoque tout d’abord ses souvenirs d’enfance liés à ses lectures, avant de se faire plus critique et de se démarquer de Ruskin, lui portant régulièrement dans ses notes de bas de page, la contradiction et élaborant au long de sa réflexion sa conception de l’écriture. « Sésame et les lys est à bien des égards le sésame de La Recherche » Antoine Compagnon. Edition Originale de 1906 par Mercure de France, reliure demi chgin à coins avec un dos à cinq nerfs et la conservation du premier plat d’ origine, intérieur en bon état, format in 12, 224 pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fantasiestücke in Callot's Manier. Blätter aus dem Tagebuche eines reisenden Enthusiasten. Mit einer Vorrede von Jean Paul. 2., durchgesehene Auflage. 2 Bände.

      Bamberg C F Kunz 1819 - Kl.- 8° (etwa 17,5 : 10,5 cm). XXII S., 1 Bl., 262 S. und 371 S. Mit gest. Porträt von Friedrich Carl Rupprecht nach einer Zeichnung von E. T. A. Hoffmann. Hübsche Halblederbde. d. Zt.mit 2 farb. Rückenschildchen und ornamentaler sowie figürlicher Rückenvergoldung. Grünschnitt. Goedeke VIII, 487, 16. ? Salomon 104. ? Zweite Ausgabe, erste mit dem Selbst-Porträt, »ipse delin[eavit]«, vom Autor. Als Vorlage diente Rupprecht das um die Jahreswende 1815/16 entstandene Selbstbildnis »mit physiognomischen Erläuterungen« (ausführlich s. Ponert Nr. 183). ?Von Hoffmann durchgesehene und gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe 1814f. verändert, somit die der »letzten Hand«. ? Druck und Papier von dem Braunschweiger Friedrich Vieweg, der Typen der Unger-Fraktur benutzte. ? Einbandbezüge berieben. Sehr saubere und Exemplare, lediglich die Vorsatzblätter sind gering leimschattig. Das jeweils vorletzte bzw. letzte Blatt mit einem Randeinriss, etwa 1 bzw. 4 cm. Exlibris. ? Guter Erhaltungszustand in aparter zeitgenössischer Bindung. ipse delin. 800 gr. Einband mit besonderer Ausstattung

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        The Political and Miscellaneous Works of..

      London: R. Carlile, 1819, [but 1820]. Two volumes. 8vo. Recent drab boards to style with paper spine labels, all edges gilt, modern bookplates to the front pastedowns. Frontispiece portrait. Some marking to the lower corner of the preliminary leaves of volume II, a very good set. An early collected edition of Paine's works, published by the radical writer and publisher Richard Carlile, and prefaced with a life of the author. Carlile's "publisher's preface" is signed off "Dorchester Gaol, Nov. 12, 1820", where he had been imprisoned the previous year after having been convicted of blasphemy and seditious libel. Volume I comprises: "Common Sense", "American Crisis", "Public Good", "Letter to Abbe Raynal", copies of letters between Paine and George Washington, "Dissertations on Government...", "Prospects on the Rubicon" and "Rights of Man, Part I"; volume II includes: "Rights of Man, Part II", "Letter Addressed to the Addressers", "Dissertation on the First Principles of Government", "Agrarian Justice Opposed to Agrarian Law", "Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance", "Letter to George Washington" and "Letters to the Citizens of the United States" followed by a host of miscellaneous letters and essays. The works are individually paginated and mostly have their own title pages.

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        oeuvres complètes.

      Baudouin & Foulon, Paris 1819 - In-8 (13 X 21 cm) pleine basane havane racinée, un filet et pointillés dorés encadrant les plats, dos lisse orné d'un triple filet et roulettes dorés en place des nerfs, pièce de titre en veau noir, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches jaspées. XXIII + 396 pp. (Exemplaire en pleine reliure strictement d'époque). "Edition originale tirée à 1200 ex. Exemplaire ne contenant pas les 8 pages de musique gravée qui ne furent publiées qu'après la publication (et qui ne peuvent que manquer aux ex. en reliure strictement contemporaine de la parution). "Le XVIIIe siècle ignore le seul grand poète qu'il ait possédé : Chénier non par incompréhension mais parce qu'il mourut sur l'échafaud à 32 ans pour avoir dénoncé les excès de la terreur Son œuvre poétique fut seulement éditée en 1819. Les jeunes romantiques saluèrent bientôt en Chénier leur prédécesseur, se reconnurent dans son goût de la nature, dans le sensualisme délicat de ses effusions amoureuses, et s'enthousiasmèrent pour l'audacieuse liberté de sa prosodie" (Claude Bonnefoy). (Clouzot : 68 : "très recherché". Vicaire : II, 351)" [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Capriccia Macaronica

      Straordinaria collezione di 8 edizioni: Padova, 1636; Milano,1662; Venezia 1670, 1704, 1716, 1723, 1738; Firenze 1819, - 8 volumi di piccolo formato, in-16 o in-12. Cesare Orsini, nato a Ponzano Magra (La Spezia) nella seconda metà del XVI sec. e morto dopo il 1638, fu al servizio di vari personaggi a Venezia e Brescia, ed a Roma fu segretario del Card. Bevilacqua. Con lo pseudonimo di Magister Stopinus pubblicò nel 1636 a Venezia i "Capriccia Macaronica" che ebbero notevole successo e furono ristampati più volte. "Sono gustose e vivaci satire, interessante documento di costume, giudicate da critici e bibliografi come una delle opere più vive della poesia barocca ed il miglior esempio, dopo il Folengo, del genere maccheronico" (Cat. Vinciana, n. 3164). Oltre alle otto "macaroneae" comprende un'egloga, numerosi epigrammi ed un "Elegiarum liber", sempre in stile maccheronico. GRAESSE VI, 503. BRUNET V, 550. 1) Magistri Stopini Poetae Ponzanensis Capriccia Macaronica. Paduae, apud Gasparum Ganassiam, 1636, in-8, pp. 207, (1 di "errores correctio"), leg. cart. epoca, tit. oro al dorso. Frontesp. inc. in rame con 9 curiose vignette allegoriche; secondo Graesse, Brunet e Choix d'Olschki trattasi della vera edizione originale, anteriore a quella di Venezia, Sarzina, apparsa nello stesso anno (giudicata originale da Soprani, Belloni, Gay e Cian). Dedicata a Giacomo Soranzo in italiano, e firmata dall'a. col suo vero nome. Manca a Michel-Michel. STC, XVII sec., 632. VINCIANA 3164. - 2) Milano, Monti, 1662, in-12, pp. 119, leg. cart. epoca. Impresa tip. sul tit. ed in fine, fregi ed iniz. silogr. Probabile ottava ediz. (qualche lieve ingiallitura). VINCIANA 3167. - 3) Venetiis, s.t., 1670, in-16 picc., pp. (4), 188, leg. del tempo p. pelle (un po' consunta al dorso). - 4) Cum nova appendice. Venezia, Lovisa, 1704, in-12, pp. 140, leg. coeva p. perg., tit. oro al dorso. Impresa tip. al tit., fregi ed iniz. silogr. L'appendice abbraccia le pp. 135-140. In fine 4 pp. nn. contengono l'interessante catalogo delle edizioni Lovisa. VINCIANA 3168. - 5) - Cum nova appendice. Venezia, Lovisa, 1716, in-12, pp. 140, leg. coeva p. perg. (parzialm. sciupata). Impresa tip. al tit., fregi ed iniz. silogr. In fine il catalogo delle ediz. Lovisa. - 6) Cum nova appendice. Venezia, Lovisa, 1723, in-12, pp. 140, leg. coeva p. perg. Impresa tip. al tit., fregi ed iniz. silogr. In fine catalogo delle ediz. Lovisa. - 7) Cum nova appendice.Venezia, Lovisa, 1738, in-8, pp. 132, leg. coeva p. perg. Due iniz. ed un finaletto silogr. VINCIANA 3169. - 8) Cum nova appendice. Firenze, Becherini, 1819, in-8, pp. 168, broch. edit. VINCIANA 3171. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres complètes d'André Chénier

      Foulon et Cie 1819 - - Foulon et Cie , Paris 1819, 13,5x21,5cm, relié. - Edition originale, bien complète de ses 8 pages de musique in-fine présentes dans seulement une partie des exemplaires, très recherchée selon Clouzot. Reliure postérieure (début XXème) en demi basane bleue, dos lisse uniformément passé orné d'arabesques à froid et de filets dorés et à froid, ainsi que d'une pièce de titre de maroquin noir, date dorée en queue. Exemplaire non rogné, couvertures muettes et dos conservés. Mors frotté, sinon agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition, although its full 8 pages of music in fine-present in only some of the best, highly sought by Clouzot. Binding post (early twentieth) half blue sheepskin, back smoothes decorated uniformly past cold arabesques and gilded nets and cold, as well as a piece of black morocco, gilt tail time. Copy uncut, dumb wrappers and back preserved and bound in. Mors rubbed, otherwise good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bonner Burschenlieder.

      Bonn, Weber 1819.VI, 300 S. HLdr. d. Zt. Erman/Horn I, 15701; Goed. VIII, 137,17 und XIII, 382, 3. - Seltene erste Ausgabe; mit dem nur wenigen Exemplaren beigegebenen Verzeichnis der 153 Bonner Studenten, die das Werk subskribiert hatten. Die Bonner Burschenlieder, das erste Studentenliederbuch an der Rheinischen Friedrich - Wilhelms - Universität, wurden von Hoffmann von Fallersleben für seine Verbindung "Alte Bonner Burschenschaft" herausgegeben, bei den 136 Texten (u. a. von Goethe, Kerner, Uhland und seines Bonner Dozenten Ernst Moritz Arndt) finden sich auch zwei eigene unter dem Pseudonym P(oet) Siebel. - Mit 32 angebundenen weißen Blättern. Gering berieben. Durchgehend fleckig und teils wasserrandig, einige Ankreuzungen und Seitenverweise in Bleistift im Inhaltsverzeichnis. Bücher de

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        Defensa guadalupana ... contra la disertacion de D. Juan Bautista Muñoz.

      Méjico: Impr. de Alejandro Valdes Small 4to. [5] ff., 55, [1 (blank)] pp.. 1819 Juan Bautista Muñoz (1745–99, with death by apoplexy) was Charles III's official chronicler of New World. In a posthumously published article — "Memoria sobre las apariciones y el culto de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe en México . . . ", Memorias de la Real Academia de la Historia, V (1817), 204–24 — Muñoz => denied the apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe, calling it merely the illusion of a "mere Indian." The cult of the Virgin of Guadalupe was so important to Mexicans of all classes and political persuasions that a spirited defense was assured; and Gómez Marín, a distinguished poet, naturalist, and religious writer, provides one here. Removed from a nonce volume. Title-leaf soiled and slightly foxed; upper inner corner of all leaves rodent gnawed with small loss of paper, not touching text. Two small pin-type wormholes penetrating from back toward front of volume, stopping on p. 13; some bug-spotting on last blank leaf. One leaf unaccountably browned. Not a fine copy, certainly; definitely, one priced for its faults.

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        Bingham I, Hiram 1841 AQS

      No Binding. Good. Leader of the first group of Protestant missionaries to introduce Christianity to the Hawaiian Islands. He attended Middlebury College and the Andover Theological Seminary. On October 23, 1819 he was sent from Boston to lead a mission by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Bingham and his wife Sybil arrived first on the Island of Hawaii in 1820, and then sailed on to Honolulu. In 1823, Queen Ka'ahumanu and 6 high chiefs requested baptism. Soon after, the government banned prostitution and drunkenness, which resulted in the shipping industry and the foreign community resenting Bingham's impact. Bingham was involved in the creation of the spelling system for the Hawaiian language and also translated some books of the Bible in Hawaiian. He designed the Kawaiaha'o Church in Honolulu on Oahu., constructed between 1836 and 1842 in the New England style of the Hawaiian missionaries, one of the oldest standing Christian places of worship in Hawaii.

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        Treue Abbildungen der Egyptischen, Griechischen und Römischen Alterthümer. 1te Abtheilung: Das römische Kriegswesen.

      Prag: Bohmans Erben, 1819. - Wspolautorzy: Red. A[ugust] J[oseph] M[itterbacher].; Notka wydawnicza: Prag: Bohmans Erben, 1819.; Wymiar bloku: 25x31cm.; Naklad: 0; Uwagi: Ryciny sygnowane: G. Döbler (najwiecej), C. Kotterba, L. H. Müller, Zschoch, A. Friese, I. Berka, Drda, J. Führich, C. Weigl, J. Salomon.Album dotyczy rzymskiej sztuki wojennej, ciekawie sa przedstawione maszyny obleznicze, rynsztunek, cwiczenia i uroczystosci wojskowe, sceny bitewne, plany obozow i inne obiekty zwiazane z tematyka wojskowa. Zawiera rowniez z tego samego wydania: 2te Abtheilung: Egyptische Alterthümer (4 tablice w miedziorycie w tym 1 miedzioryt sposobem punktowym). Interesujaca i czesto niezbyt znana ikonografia.; Strony: [62]kart tylko ilustracje; Kategorie tematyczne: design grafika uzytkowa ksiazki z oryginalna grafika, historia starozytnosc wojskowosc, historia Afryki Egipt starozytny, historia Europy Grecja starozytna Rzym starozytny, obcojezyczne niemiecki, okres wydania XIX wiek / , history military, , foreign languages German, period of edition 19th century / , Geschichte Militärwesen, , fremdsprachig deutsch, Erscheinungsperioden 19. Jh.; Oprawa nieco uszkodzona, tablice silnie zakwaszone, kilka z mocnymi plamami, dedykacja z 1945 na karcie tytulowej. Pozycja w stanie dobrym. Oprawa wtorna XIX/XX w. polplotno.

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        Enoch: The Second Messenger Of God [TWO VOLUMES IN ONE]

      Trubner, Hardcover (Half Leather), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Anonymous author but Copac show it as Edward Vaughan Kenealy, 1819-1880, Irish barrister and writer. Kenealy also claimed that he was the "twelfth messenger of God", descended from Jesus Christ and Genghis Khan. Undated but appears to be middle/late 19th century. Book - in Very Good bright claret leather and red cloth binding. Contents, some browning to the end papers, title pages and last couple of index pages, slight loss to the top edge of pages 117/120 in volume one, previous owner's details to the front end paper & some annotation in ink & pencil to a few pages, slight browning and slight marking to the odd page but heavier to the fold out illustration to volume one otherwise clean and tightly bound. Originally in paper covers bound in 19th century into one half leather hardback volume NB. SOME INCORRECT NUMBER TO ILLUS, VOL 2, ILLUS SHOWN AS PAGE 24 BUT IS 34 AND 190 INSTEAD OF 189 AND LAST FEW TEXT PAGES 316 BUT USES 216 AND 221 INSTEAD OF 321 ETC BUT NO LOSS. SCARCE. Size: 7.75 inches tall by 5 inches. viii, xxiv, 368, 339 pages which includes an index. With two fold out illustrations at the beginning of each volume and many other line drawings in the text. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8926.

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        LECON DE LANGUE HEBRAIQUE

      Eberhart, imprimeur du collège Royale de France, Paris 1819 - Edizione: Prima edizione . Pagine: 4+4+8+40+4+4+8+32+4 . Formato: 8° . Rilegatura: Brossura originale senza il dorso e con copertina con scritte a mano, legatura in qualche sezione un pochino molle.Retrocopertina staccato. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Rarissima opera, trattasi di un corso formato da NOVE lezioni per un totale di 136 pagine. Le lezioni potevano essere acquistate singolarmente ed è per questo che la legatura è stata eseguita artigianalmente e in maniera semplice.Bruniture alla prima pagina bianca, l'interno è fresco. Bellissima testimonianza ebraico francese.Foto disponibili .

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        Sulle manifatture nazionali e tariffe daziarie

      Gio. Pirotta stampatore-librajo, Milano 1819 - Legatura coeva in mz. pelle verde scuro con fili e titolo oro al dorso. Pallido timbro di bibl. estinta al frontespizio. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione. 8vo (cm. 22,1), XII-177(1) pp., LV(1) pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        President James Monroe signs a scathing letter protecting his land investments

      Washington, DC, March 23, 1819. 8" x 9.75". "Autograph Letter Signed ""James Monroe"" as President, 2 pages, 8"" x 9.75"", front and verso. Washington, March 23, 1819. With inlaid blank integral leaf addressed on verso by Monroe to ""Thomas Swann Esqr. / Alexandria."" Minor flaws. Housed in a dark blue morocco folding protective case with a portrait. Fine condition.In full, ""I forgot to mention to you the case of Mr. Swart yesterday, who has admitted, in some degree, that he must pay the balance due for the land at the death of Judge Jones, but has never paid a cent of it. Mr Benton will take your instructions in it. I am satisfied that the object of Swart is to evade the payments in hope of taking advantage of the act of limitation, or some other circumstance. He had no title from the old gentleman, & the young one could make none. Had he better be sued in Chancery,or by ejectment. The legal title was not in me, except by the old gentlemans will, which may have some weight in the decision. If you think proper to consider the subject, & want further information, & will be so good as to inform it to me, the delay will not be material to Mr. Benton, who will always be ready to follow your instructions.""I am aware that I am indebted to you, on acct of the estate & my own account, by your kind attention to my affrs. In Alexa. You never mentioned whether you were so fortunate as to collect some bonds given you by Col. Mercer. If you will be so kind as send me an account I will with great pleasure make sure an arrangement as will be satisfactory to you. With sincere regard, your friend, James Monroe""Judge Joseph Jones (1727-1805), was the brother of Monroe's mother, Elizabeth Jones Monroe (1730-1774). Monroe's father was Spence Monroe (1727-1774). Monroe and his siblings (each younger than James) became wards of their Uncle Joseph. Monroe's youngest sibling, Joseph Jones Monroe, was only 10 when his parents died. It was Judge Jones who enrolled James Monroe in William and Mary in 1774, becoming a mentor and adviser to the future President. Joseph Jones was a Member of the Continental Congress (1777, 1780-1783) and later served as a Judge of the Virginia General Court.In 1794, Monroe purchased the land on which Oak Hill was located jointly with his uncle. Monroe inherited all interests in this land when his uncle died in 1805 with no heirs. Jones' will indicated that Monroe held the land in a moiety share. Jones' son, Joseph Jones, Jr., had lived on the property until his death, predeceasing his father.In 1810, to pay off his debts to the United States Bank, James Monroe attempted to sell the Oak Hill plantation. A notice of land sale in 1810 described the property as follows: ""Loudoun Land … For sale on Thursday, the 21st of December next on the premisies, the tract of Land on which the late Judge Jones resided in Loudoun County with about 25 slaves, and the stock of Horses, Cattle, and Hogs, on the estate…"" Robert Swart was the farm manager at Oak Hill plantation. He owed James Monroe money for land he had purchased from the estate of Judge Jones. William Benton managed the plantation. Colonel of a Virginia Regiment in the Revolutionary War, John Francis Mercer (1759-1821) had been friends with Monroe since they were classmates at the College of William and Mary. Mercer had served in the Continental Congress (1783-1784), the U.S. Congress (1792-1794), and as Governor of Maryland (1801-1803). In January 1825, President Monroe appointed his lawyer, ""Thomas Swann, of the District of Columbia, to be Attorney of the United States for the District of Columbia.""Ex Pratt, Sigety Sold in 1989 for the lofty price of $2,200."

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        Pestalozzis sämmtliche Schriften. Band 1-4, Band 6-15. Bd. 5 (wie Gertrud ihre Kinder lehrt) fehlt. (14 Bde. in 7 Büchern). [7 Bde.]. Bd. 1-4: Lienhard und Gertrud. Bd. 6: An die Unschuld, den Ernst und den Edelmuth meines Vaterlandes. Ein Wort einer über Zeit und Stunde erhabenen Ahnung. 7. Meine Nachforschungen über den Gang der Natur in der Entwicklung des Menschengeschlechts. 8. Ueber Gesetzgebung und Kindermord. 9. Vermischte Schriften pädagogischen Inhalts. 10. Figuren zu meinem ABC-Buch oder zu den Anfangsgründen meines Denkens. 11. Sämmtliche Schriften. 12. Christoph und Else (Zweites Volksbuch). 13. Pestalozzi\'s Schwanengesang. 14 + 15. Praktische Elementarübungen.

      Stuttgart u. Tübingen, Cotta\'sche Buchhandlung, 1819-1826. Bd. I+II: 3. Aufl. Bd. III+IV: 3. Aufl. Bd. XII+XIII 2. Aufl. 175, 372, 436, 405, 392, 408, 372, 300, 384, 371, 384, 369, 496, 346, 304, 398 Seiten. Bd. 1 mit einer Musiknotentafel. Bd. 15: mit fünf lithographierten Tafeln. Hardcover Bibl.-Ex., Guter Zustand. Fraktur/altdeutsche Schrift. Buchrücken berieben. Einige Einbände leicht berieben. Versand D: 3,99 EUR Erziehung, Erziehungswissenschaften, Schulpädagogik, Mathematik, mathematischer Unterricht, pädagogische Forschung, Pädagogikgeschichte

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        \"Die Maler auf der Reise\". Ganzfigurige Porträts von Kleins Malerfreunden J.Chr. Erhard (Nürnberg), sitzend und zeichnend, sowie H. und Ph. Reinhold (Gera), letzterer mit Schirm, und E. Welcker (Gotha), stehend vor dem Gebirgspanorama mit dem Watzmann.

       Radierung, in der Platte bez., sign. und dat. \"J.A. Klein fec. München 1819\", 20,5 x 26,5 cm. Jahn 234, II. - Unten mittig die Widmung in gerissener Schrift: \"Meinen Reisegfährten gewidmet\". Im Rand unten links bez.: \"gezeichnet auf einer malerischen Reise von Salzburg nach Berchtesgaden im August 1818\". - Schöner, kräftiger Abzug. Mit ca. 2 cm Rand um die Plattenkante. Hauptblatt Johann Adam Kleins. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Künstlergraphik, Künstler

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        Report of the Case of the Trustees of Dartmouth College Against.

      1819 - First Report of the Landmark Dartmouth College Case [Trial]. [Dartmouth College Case]. Farrar, Timothy [1788-1874], Reporter. Report of the Case of the Trustees of Dartmouth College Against William H. Woodward. Argued and Determined in the Superior Court of Judicature of the State of New-Hampshire, November 1817. And on Error in the Supreme Court of the United States, February 1819. Portsmouth: Published by John W. Forster, And West, Richardson, And Lord, Boston, [1819]. [iv], 406 pp. Octavo (9" x 5"). Later nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards. Moderate rubbing to extremities with wear to corners, hinges cracked. Moderate toning and light foxing to text. Early owner signature and annotation to head of title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown, two small inkstamps to title page, residue from card pocket to rear pastedown. A solid copy. * First published report. This is probably the most important American case concerning the contract right of corporations. The New Hampshire legislature passed a bill in 1816 that revoked Dartmouth College's original charter and converted the college from a private to a state institution. The college challenged the constitutionality of this act in the state Supreme Court without success, but the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the state's decision in a landmark opinion based on the contract clause of the Constitution. This decision represented "an assurance for all investors in American corporate enterprises that the terms upon which they had committed their capital could not be unilaterally altered by a state. At a time when corporations were first being widely used, it thus encouraged the expansion of American business enterprise. The decision vested the Corporation with indestructible contract rights. even against its creator" (Schwartz, 86, 111). "By construing the contract clause as a means of protecting corporate charters from state interventions, Marshall derived a significant limitation on state authority. As a result, various forms of private economic and social activity would enjoy security from state regulatory policy. Marshall thus encouraged, through constitutional sanction, the emergence of the relatively unregulated private, autonomous economic actor as the major participant in a liberal political economy that ser [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs, illustrative of the life and writing of John Evelyn Esq, F R S [and] The Miscellaneous Writings of John Evelyn, Esq, F R S

      London: Henry Colburn. 1819& 1825. 4to. Three volumes (two + one). Memoirs: [I] xxviii, 672pp (last blank), engraved frontis portrait (J.E.), double-page map, 5 plates (one double-page), folding family tree. [II] vi, [ii], 320, 366pp; engraved frontis portrait (Mary E.), 3 plates. Miscellaneous Writings: xxvi, 850pp (last colophon only), frontis, 3 plates. Uniformly bound in tree calf, spines decorated in gilt and with title labels, gilt dentelles and gold-blocked crest on the upper boards; rebacked neatly with matching leather, the original spines laid down; marbled edges and endpapers, bookplates on the latter (a small round one on the pastedowns and a larger one on the free endpapers. Slight rubbing of the extremities, small bump to lower corner of the upper board of the last volume, a little foxing or offsetting on the plates, otherwise very clean. A very good set. ***Title of Memoirs continues: 'comprising his diary from the year 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. To which is subjoined the Private Correspondence between King Charles I and his Secretary of State, Sir Edward Nichols, whilst His Majesty was in Scotland 1641, and at other times during the Civil War; also between Sir Edward Hyde, afterwards Earl of Clarendon, and Sir Richard Browne, Ambassador to the Court of France, in the time of King Charles I, and the Usurpation. .

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        A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY, MADE UNDER THE ORDERS OF THE ADMIRALTY, IN HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS ISABELLA AND ALEXANDER, FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPLORING BAFFIN'S BAY, AND INQUIRING INTO THE PROBABILITY OF A NORTH-WEST PASSAGE

      London: John Murray, 1819. Quarto. Contemporary marbled boards, neatly rebacked in calf, leather label. Endpapers renewed. Some offsetting from plates. Very good. One of the pioneering voyages of high Arctic discovery. Led by Sir John Ross, the officers included future Arctic greats William Parry, James Clark Ross, and Edward Sabine. Ross sailed up Davis Strait and westward into Lancaster Sound, seeking a northwest passage. A mirage deceived him into believing the end of the Sound was blocked by a high range of mountains, despite the disbelief of his colleagues. The expedition returned to England in 1818 with much fanfare and Ross was promoted, but the false conclusions were widely challenged when this account was published, and involved Ross in lifelong controversy. Aside from its incorrect geographical conclusions, however, the expedition bore important fruits in encouraging Arctic exploration, training future leaders, and compiling accurate geographical and ethnological data. This copy is particularly notable for the beautiful extensive contemporary coloring of the plates. One of the most remarkable plates in the book shows the encounter of Ross and his officers- decked out in full Royal Navy dress uniform- encountering the Eskimos in Lancaster Sound. The image was created by John Stackhouse, who was serving as the native interpreter for the expedition. ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 14873. HILL 1488. TPL 1152. ABBEY 634. SABIN 73376. LANDE 1425.

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Spontini"), to Monsieur de Lattré, reminding him of an invitation to dine with Mme. Spontini

      N.p. [Paris?], 1819. One page, in French. 8vo. One page, in French. 8vo. The Neapolitan-born Gaspare Luigi Pacifico Spontini (1774-1851) was a celebrated composer of operas in his day, who made his career in Paris under the patronage of the Empress Josephine. His most famous opera, LA VESTALE, premiered in Paris in 1807, and, according to Grove's Dictionary, underwent over 200 performances in Paris by the year 1824. As late as 1954, in fact, in celebration of the composer's 180th birthday, it enjoyed a revival at La Scala with Maria Callas in the leading role. *According to calendars, only these two years during Spontini's time in Paris had a September 22 which fell on Wednesday. Spontini left Paris in 1819 to accept a position with the Dresden opera.

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        Voyage of His Majesty Ship Alceste, to China, Corea, and the Island of Lewchew, with an account of her shipwreck.

      London, John Murray, 1819. 5 Bll., 339 S. Mit 1 gest. Frontispiz, 1 gefalt. Karte und 5 handkol. Tafeln. Gr.-8°, HLeder der Zeit. Dritte Ausgabe. Sehr schönes Exemplar mit den kol. Stichen von Clark. - McLeod war bei der letzten Fahrt der Fregatte Alceste als Arzt an Bord. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Collection of 8 middle-period string quartets in first edition

      - [Op. 30]. Xtes Quartett für 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello... 30tes Werk. Preis ["f. 3" in pencil, erased]. [Parts]. Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp. [PN S:u:C: 3017], [?after 1819]. Violino primo: [1] (title), 2-13, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp.; Violoncello: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. First Edition, issue unclear. WorldCat (5 copies in North America, at the University of Victoria, the Eastman School of Music, Harvard, Indiana, and the Free Library of Philadelphia. According to Weinmann: Senefelder-Steiner-Haslinger 1, p. 167, the first issue (November 1819) has a printed price of "2 fl. 30 x" to the title. Göthel, p. 51, reverses the chronology: "The price was omitted [from the first issue] and re-engraved in a later issue as '2 fl. 30x'." Since the (erased) manuscript price to the present copy exceeds the printed price, Weinmann's hypothesis of a later deletion of the printed price seems more likely. Copies with a printed price other than "2 fl. 30 x." have not been located. Op. 30, in A major, is now counted as Spohr's 8th string quartet (see MGG2). The confusing numbering results from the fact that two of the three op. 29 quartets are actually later than op. 30. - [Op. 43]. Quatuor brillant [in E major] pour deux Violons, Alto et Violoncelle... Oeuv. 43. Pr. 1 Rthlr. 8 gr. [Parts]. Leipzig: Bureau de Musique de C.F. Peters [PN 1361], [February 1818]. Violino primo: [1] (title), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-8 pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-8 pp.; Basso: [1] (blank), 2-7, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. With overpaste of B. Schott's Söhne, Mainz. Remnants of overpaste of manuscript music (?ossia) to p. 11 of Violino primo part. First Edition. Göthel p. 77 (with "[!]Oeuv 13." WorldCat (10 copies in North America). Spohr's 11th quartet, in E major, also counted as "Quatuor brillant no. 2." - [Op. 45]. Trois Quatuors pour deux Violons, Viola et Violoncelle. Oe. 45. No. I...II...III. Pr. 1 Rth. 20 gr. [Parts]. Leipzig: Bureau de Musique de C.F. Peters [PNs 1487, 1489, 1490], [October 1819]. No. 1: Violino primo: [1] (title), 2-12 pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2- 9, [i] (blank) pp.; Violoncello: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp. No. 2: Violino primo: [1] (title), 2-13, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-11, [i] (blank) pp.; Violoncello: 8 pp. No. 3: Violino primo: [1] (title), 2-14 pp.; Violino Secondo: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Violoncello: [1] (blank), 2-10, [ii] (blank) pp. Engraved. All three title pages with overpaste of B. Schott's Söhne, Mainz. First Edition, probable first issue. Göthel p. 82. WorldCat (3 complete copies only in the U.S., at the Eastman School of Music, Harvard, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; copies of no. 2 at the Juilliard School, the Free Library of Philadelphia, the Newberry Library, and Brigham Young; copies of no. 3 at the Newberry Library and Indiana. Spohr's 12th, 13th, and 14th quartets, in C major, E minor, and F minor respectively. - [Op. 58]. Trois Quatuors pour deux Violons, Viola et Violoncelle Composés et Dédiés à Son Ami Guillaume Speyer à Offenbach... Oeuv. 58. No. [I...II...II]. Rthlr. 1.16 gr. [Parts]. Leipzig: Bureau de Musique de C.F. Peters [PN 1713, 1714, 1715], [February 1823]. No. 1: Violino primo: 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 2- 13, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Violoncello: 7, [i] (blank) pp. No. 2: Violino primo: 1f. (title), [1] (blank), 2-13, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Violoncello: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp. No. 3: Violino primo: [1] (title), [i] (blank), 3-15, [i] (blank) pp.; 2-13, [i] (blank) pp.; Violino secondo: [1] (blank), 2-9, [i] (blank) pp.; Viola: [1] (blank), 2-10 pp.; Violoncello: 8 pp. Engraved. First Edition. Göthel p. 103. WorldCat (2 complete copies in the U.S., at the Newberry Library and the Harvard Association of Music; copies of no. 1 at Harvard, Indiana, and the Eastman School of Music; copies of no. 3 at the Eastman School of Music, the Juilliard School, and the Free Library of Philadelphia [the copies at Eastman and Juilliard are later issue with price in Neugroschen (after 1841); some other copies may be even later]). Spohr's 16th, 17th, and 18th quartets, in E-flat major, A minor, and G major respectively. Folio. Early brown marbled boards with cut paper labels to upper with titling "No. 15" and part name in manuscript; contents and name "A. Forsboom" to label of Violino primo part. Binding rubbed and slightly worn. Some minor dampstaining; occasional stains, soiling, and other minor defects. Quite good copies overall. . The Forsboom family was a dynasty of merchants in Frankfurt. "A. Forsboom" most probably refers to Anton Forsboom-Goldner (1794-1839), who was also a politician, noted for his interest in the arts. "The largest portion of Spohr's chamber music was for strings alone, ranging from 19 unsurpassed duos for two violins to four masterly, and largely unemulated, double string quartets. These, together with the 36 string quartets (and several other works for the same combination), seven string quintets and the String Sextet of 1848, display a number of common features. Spohr's own mastery of the violin is evident in all of them, and their technical difficulties, together with the particular style of performance necessary to secure their full effect, may partly explain their infrequent performance. The quartets, especially, fall into two distinct categories: solo quartets in the tradition of Rode (often entitled Quatuor brillant), which are essentially violin concertos with string trio accompaniment, and true quartets where the interest is more evenly divided between the instruments." Clive Brown in Grove Music Online.

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        Representación del Señor Rafael D. Mérida, al Congreso de Venezuela. Instalado en la ciudad de Santo Tomas de Angostura, el año de 1819, la que fué mandada archivar por resolucion de dicho congreso.

      Burdeos [Philadelphia?]: En la Imprenta de Lawalle jóven 12mo (23.5 cm; 9.25"). 38 pp.. [1819] Rafael D. Mérida (1762–1828) began his career as a bureaucrat in Caracas, participated in the early patriot movement, served as minister of Justice under Bolívar in 1813–14, but turned against the Liberator in 1816. In his Representación, Mérida recapitulates Bolívar's errors, military and political, in a finely honed philippic. He is no less kind to Miranda, whom he nearly accuses of treason. Palau states that this piece was actually printed in the U.S., and the paper on which it is printed would certainly substantiate that claim, as does the fact that it is held by the Library Company of Philadelphia, famous for its collection of Spanish-language books printed in Philadelphia with false imprint information. An extremely rare piece of Bolívariana. => This copy belonged to one of Mérida's family. Original wrappers, one chip; stains on rear wrapper and soil to front one. Once upon a time, folded as to fit in a pocket. Very good condition.

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        Seltsame Leiden eines Theater-Direktors. Aus mündlicher Tradition mitgetheilt vom Verfasser der Fantasiestücke in Callots Manier.

      Berlin, In der Maurerschen Buchhandlung, 1819. Kl.-8°. VI, 266 S., Grüner Lwd.-Bd. d. Zt. m. Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Blauschnitt. Erstausgabe. - Einband etw. berieben u. tlw. min. fleckig. Exlibris a. Innendeckel. Schwach gebräunt u. nur ganz vereinzelt min. stockfleckig. - Salomon 99; Borst 1317; Goedeke VIII, 492, 38; Wilpert/G. 9. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Hoffmann, Seltsame Leiden eines Theater-Direktors. Aus mündlicher Tradition mitgetheilt vom Verfasser der Fantasiestücke in Callots Manier

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        Tavola alimentaria Velejate detta Trajana restituita alla sua vera lezione da D. Pietro De Lama prefetto del ducale museo con alcune osservazioni del medesimo.

      Parma: dalla stamperia Carmignani, 1819. - In-4 (29,5 cm) VII (1) 107 (1) 109-128 c. (di tav.) 129-189 (3). Mezza marocchino verde, con fregi e caratteri dorati al dorso. La tabula alimentaria traianea è un'iscrizione bronzea rinvenuta nei pressi di Velleia, nel comune piacentino di Lugagnano Val d'Arda, e conservata nel Museo archeologico nazionale di Parma. È la più grande iscrizione d'epoca romana, misura 1,38 m di altezza per 2,86 di larghezza. Il suo rinvenimento avvenne nel 1747, durante i lavori di sistemazione di un campo, smembrata e venduta per la fusione dall'arciprete di Mucinasso (PC), i pezzi furono recuperati, ricomposti e, su incarico di Pietro De Lama, restaurati nel 1817 da Pietro Amoretti, la scoperta diede l'avvio agli scavi che nel 1760 portarono alla luce le rovine di Veleia. Una copia è presente nell'Antiquarium di Velleia. L'istituzione degli Alimenta, voluta da parte dell'imperatore Traiano e ricordata da un rilievo rinvenuto nel Foro di Roma ed esposto nella Curia romana, consisteva in un prestito ipotecario concesso ai proprietari terrieri obligatio praediorum i cui interessi erano devoluti al mantenimento di fanciulli indigenti, con l'intento duplice di incrementare le attività agrarie e sostenere le famiglie povere per contrastare lo spopolamento delle campagne. 19mo secolo

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        Sulla Morale Cattolica. Osservazioni di Alessandro Manzoni.

      Milano, dalla Stamperia di Antonio Lamperti, 1819. PRIMA EDIZIONE. In 8vo (cm. 21); tela  ad imitazione pelle coeva;  fregi a secco e titolo in oro al dorso; pp. (2), XIII, 297, (5). Applicato il foglietto di ?errata? dopo l'indice. Bella copia con barbe. Nell'estate del 1819 l'opera, per cui fu accantonato lo stesso Carmagnola, fu data alle stampe da Antonio Lamperti con l'indicazione  "Prima parte" e l'impegno di pubblicare la seconda.  Parenti, Rarita' bibliografiche dell' 800, pag. 168 e segg. Axs

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        Trattato teorico-pratico completo sull'ulivo, che comprende la sua istoria naturale, e quella della sua culture; un sistema botanico per distinguerne, e per enumerarne le varietà; il modo di propagarlo, di potarlo, d'innestarlo, di coltivarlo,

      Piatti, Firenze 1819 - Due volumi in 8° (mm 130x205) ; pagg. XV, 254, 5 tavv. ripiegate incise in rame f.t.; pagg. 240, 7 tavv. ripiegate incise in rame f.t. Legatura coeva in mezza pergamena, piatti marezzati, tassello con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Prima edizione di quest'opera rara e assai ricercata, che tratta tutti gli aspetti della coltivazione e produzione dell'olio; molto importante per la qualità delle tavole fuori testo che mostrano diverse tipologie d'ulivi e macchinari oleiferi per la lavorazioni, stabilimenti, recipienti, ecc. All'interno del testo l'Autore affronta le diverse fasi di produzione dell'olio, dalla potatura e l'innesto delle piante, attraverso la raccolta e la conservazione, e con qualche nota sulle più efficaci tecniche di spremitura. Buon esemplare con camminamento di tarlo. Donno, Biblioteca sistematica sull'ulivo, p. 28. Niccoli, p. 401. Cfr. Brunet, 6377; Moretti XXIV, 331; Niccoli, 401; Paleari, 1967. di prevenirne, e di risanarne le malattìe; di raccoglierne, e di conservarne le ulive; d'estrarne l'olio, sia dalle ulive stesse, sia dalle sanse, di conservarlo, di correggerlo, di riconoscerne le adulterazioni ec. ec.

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        Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. Part the Third. Scandinavia. Two volumes

      London: T Cadell & W Davies. Rebound with new endpapers. From the collection of the Inner Temple Library and with occasional Temple Library stamps. Some light browning of endpapers and occasional light foxing within. 1819. First Edition. Quarter-cloth cover on marbled boards. 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9"). 763pp; 555pp. Illustrated with many full page engravings, maps (some double page) and woodcuts within the text. The Scandinavian section of the larger series comprising Clarke's travels. A handsomely rebound two volume set. Published 1819 & 1823. .

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        Deutsches Kochbuch für Leckermäuler und Guippees. 2 Teile. Dritte verbesserte Auflage. 152; 156 S. Farbige, bedruckte Orig.-Umschläge.

      Düsseldorf, gedruckt bei J. Wolf (Umschlag: Commission bei J. H. C. Schreiner), 1819. - Im Jahr der Erstausgabe erschienene seltene politische und antiklerikale Satire, die nur durch den harmlosen Titel 'Kochbuch ' dem Zensurverbot vorübergehend entging. "Enthält eine reiche Sammlung historischer Anekdoten, Calembourgs (Wortspiele), pikanter Sentenzen und Epigramme, auch viel Preußenfeindliches . Wurde später verboten" (Hayn/G. III 13); darin auch Gedichte wie 'Die Fürsten-Gruft' von Schubart oder Erbaulich-Humoristisches wie das längere Poem 'Meine Hausordnung'. – Namensstempel auf dem Titel. Frisches, unbeschnittenes Exemplar im Original-Lieferungszustand. – Goed. XII 481, 2 (abweichender Titel). Vgl. Horn/Arndt 458 (Erstausgabe). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Natural History of British Birds; or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country. The descriptions from the systema naturae of Linnaeus; with general observations, either original, or collected from the latest and most esteemed English ornithologists .

      London, Selbstverlag & Rivington 1795 – 1819. 10 Bände in 5. - Gr.- 8°. 244 handkolorierte Kupfertafeln. Grüne Lederbände d. 19. Jh.s mit sparsamer Deckel- und Rückenvergoldung sowie goldgeprägten Rückentiteln. Mischauflage (Ausgaben-Zuordnungen nach Nissen): Bd. 1: 1799 (= Nachdr. d. 1. Ausg.); Bd. 2: 1795 (= 1. Ausg.); Bde. 3 + 4: 1799 (= Nachdrucke der 1 Ausg.); Bd. 5: 1798 (= 1. Ausg.); Bd. 6: 1816 (= 2. Ausg.); Bde. 7-10: 1816 – 1819 (= 1. Ausgaben). Edward Donovan (1768 – 1837) war ein naturgeschichtlicher Sammler und Illustrator. Er gründete das "London Museum and Institute of Natural History", in dem er schwerpunktmäßig Exemplare der britischen Flora und Fauna sammelte. 1817 wurden die Exponate versteigert. Sein Werk über britische Vögel basiert auf der Sammlung dieses Museums und gilt vor allem von den Abbildungen und meistens auch von dem Kolorit her als außergewöhnlich gut. Textblätter durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig; Tafeln sauber. Nissen (Vogelbücher) 257; Anker S. 34. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nordiska fornlemningar.

      I-II. Sthlm, Z. Haeggström, 1819-23. 8:o. Extra litograferat titelblad,(100) s. & 48 litograferade plr, varav 1 utvikbar + extra litograferat titelblad,(104),XVII s. & 52 litograferade plr, varav 2 utvikbara. Två trevliga marmorerade pappbd med mörkröda titeletiketter i marokäng och gamla blåstänkta snitt (Johanna Röjgård). Några enstaka små lagerfläckar men en bra inlaga.. Montelius Bibliographie de l'archéologie préhistorique 33. Fiske Runic literature s. 42. Hesse Svensk numismatisk bibliografi 1231. Allt som utkom. Andra delen utgavs av Liljegren. Publicerades i åtta häften numrerade I-XII, varav V-VI, VII-VIII, IX-X, XI-XII var dubbelhäften. Komplett med 100 litograferade figurer (figurerna 25-26 och 81-82 på samma plansch) men utan det kancellerade deltitelblad till första häftet som ej ingick i den slutgiltiga emissionen. "Nordiska fornlemningar" innehåller avbildningar och beskrivande texter av 100 fornlämningar, från gånggrifter till medeltida mynt och sametrummor. Den avslutande romerska pagineringsföljden upptas av uppsatsen "Anteckningar, rörande vapenslipningen hos de gamla nordboerna". Fornforskaren Johan Gustaf Liljegren (1791-1837) blev sedermera riksantikvarie. Arkitekten, konsthistorikern och författaren Carl Georg Brunius (1792-1869) var enligt "Svenskt biografiskt lexikon" "otvivelaktigt den främste och trognaste förkämpen för medeltidsstilens återupptagande i Sverige, och han arbetade för detta ändamål såväl genom sin arkitektverksamhet som genom sina många skrifter." Han var bl.a. ansvarig för restaureringen av Lunds domkyrka 1833-59 och utförde "den första systematiska undersökningen av Sveriges medeltidsarkitektur". Hans arbeten betecknas som "för sin tid enastående och för vår konsthistoriska forskning delvis oumbärliga"

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        Giornale di fisica, chimica, storia naturale medicina ed arti del Prof. P. Configliachi membro dell'I. R. Istituto compilato dal dott. Gaspare Brugnatelli. Decade seconda, tomo II, primo bimestre-sesto bimestre

      Fusi e Galeazzi, Pavia 1819 - In 8, pp. 512 con 4 tavv. f.t. inc. all'acq. Lieve indebolimento della carta all'ang. sup. est. delle cc. dell'ultimo fascicolo Legatura in mz. tl.Ânovecentesca (conservate all'interno le br. ed.). Annata completa di questa importante rivista scientifica costituita da 6 fascicoli ad uscita bimestrale (numerazione continua). Fra gli articoli: Avogadro, Osservazioni sulla forza elastica del vapor acqueo a diverse temperature; Notizie intorno alla spedizione inglese sotto il comando del capit. Tuckey diretta nel 1816 ad esplorare il fiume Zaira; Thenard, Nuove scoperte sull'acqua ossigenata; Di alcuni metalli difficilissimi ad ottenersi puri e a tale ridotti con comodo processo mediante l'acido ossalico; Sull'uso del vino colchico nella podagra; Caso autentico di morbosa affezione agli organi respiratori; Brown, Sulla collezione di piante fatta in vicinanza del fiume Zaira; Thenard, Sull'acqua ossigenata; Catullo, Seguito della relazione sopra i corpi umani che si trovano entro i monti della provincia veronese; Sulla formazione e decomposizione dello zucchero in particolari circostanze; Mocchetti, Sull'origine ed antichita' del vetro; Notizia di alcuni animali provenienti dalle Terre Artiche; Landrani, Avvertenze principali nella costruzione de' termometri; Fenomeni che presenta il platino all'unirsi ad altri metalli; Sull'albumina vegetabile; Taddei, Lettera sul glutine proposto come contravveleno del mercurio corrosivo; Mangili, Sulla durata del nuovo veleno viperino; Ridolfi, Lettera sugli inchiostri litografici; Sull'acqua minerale del monte Civillina; Osservazioni sulla formazione della nebbia in situazioni particolari; Sui vulcani e i basalti dell'Alvernia. ITA

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