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        Mazeppa, a Poem

      London: John Murray, 1819. First Edition. Second issue with p. [70] blank and imprint moved to p. 71 verso. Octavo (22.5cm.); original drab wrappers in custom-made cloth four-flap chemise; [4],71,[1],[8](ads)pp. Light dust-soil, shallow loss to spine foot, very faint contemporary ownership signature to upper wrapper. Very Good and sound. MILES I, p. 131-133.

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        ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS. Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East; and Exhibiting , in a Novel and Interesting Manner, the Natural History of the Elephant, the Rhinoceros, the Tiger, the Leopard, the Bear, the Deer, the Buffalo, the Wolf, the Wild Hog, the Jackall, the Wild Dog, the Civet, and Other Undomesticated Animals: as Likewise the Different Species of Feathered Game, Fishes, and Serpents. The Whole Variety Interspersed with a Variety of Original, Authentic, and Curious Anecdotes, which Render the Work Replete with Information and Amusement. The Scenery Gives a Faithful Representation of that Picturesque Country, Together with the Manners and Customs of Both the Native and European Inhabitants

      1819 1819 - SECOND EDITION. Two Volumes. 4to. (12.7 x 9.7 inches). Vol. 1. xiv,306, 2pp publishers advert. Vol. 2. iv,239,11pp of index. Illustrated with 40 fine hand coloured aquatints, as per the list of plates in each volume. Some copies were issued with an extra illustration to each volume as a frontispiece but these are not present in this copy and were not bound in at the time as there is no sign of anything having been removed. Many copies were published without these extra plates. Dedication to George III leaf is present, however. Some very light spotting to some pages, mostly to the margins and not too dark so doesn't detract from the beauty of the book too much. A bright copy in contemporary leather bindings of half red morocco. Spines with wide raised bands, ruled and decorated in gilt. Compartments lettered in gilt. Marbled paper to centre of boards with full morocco borders which are double ruled in gilt and decorated in blind. Gilt inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Armorial Bookplates of head of Clan Hannay on each front paste down endpaper and neat ink name of previous owner, Baronet Coates (Clive Milnes Coates of Helperby), on front free endpapers. Some minor rubbing to extremities but overall an attractive and finely bound copy of this impressive work, described by Schwerdt as "The most beautiful book on Indian sport in existence". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Handbuch der Nationalwirthschaftslehre. Aus dem Französischen, mit Zusätzen, von D. Karl Heinrich Rau. Erster Band – dritter Band

      Hamburg, bei Perthes und Besser 1819 - 1819-1820. Drei Bände in 8vo; XX, 492 Seiten mit einer Falttabelle; VII, (1), 518 Seiten; VI, 498 Seiten mit zahlreichen Tafeln, davon 9 Falttafeln; braune Pappbände der Zeit mit kleineren farblichen Restaurierungen, etwas Rückenvergoldung und je zwei farblich kontrastierenden und goldgeprägten Rückenschildern, roter Schnitt, Titelblätter mit Bibliotheksstempeln, sonst sauber und frisch, gutes Exemplar. Erste deutsche Ausgabe von Storchs Cours d’économie politique, St. Petersburg 1815. H.Fr. von Storch (1766-1835), von deutscher Abstammung, war Professor an der Militärakademie von St. Peterburg. Er wurde der Lehrer des späteren Zaren Nicolas und dessen Bruder. Sein Cours d’économie politique ist sein bedeutendstes Werk. Obwohl von Adam Smith beeinflusst entwickelte er eine Stufentheorie der ökonomischen Entwicklung, die eigene Erklärungsansätze erforderte (Blaug). Kress C 439, Menger Sp. 673, Humpert 12794 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        The Christian Advocate by a Tennesseean [sic]

      Nashville, (TN): Printed and sold by Thomas G. Bradford, 1819. 8vo. vi, [5]-357 pp. Folding plate (separated at fold, as usual, with the loss of a few letters along the separation). Original calf-backed boards (rubbed); except for the defect mentioned, a quite pleasing untrimmed copy of a very rare frontier book. First edition. Howes H-357: "Largely devoted to Indian antiquities; supports a Caucasian origin of our aborigines." American Imprints 48197. Allen Tennessee Imprints 393. Allen Some Tennessee Rarities 23: "Rarest of Haywood's three well-known historical works. This book is often called the first edition of his Natural and Aboriginal History of Tennessee; much of the material which appears in the later work was contained in the earlier Christian Advocate, and must be considered therefore as the earliest work printed within the state relative to the aboriginal history of the area. Copies of the Christian Advocate are virtually never offered for sale, and when they infrequently appear the price is justifiably considerable to this Tennessee rarity." Horn Twenty Tennessee Books 3: "Judge Haywood attempts to show that the aboriginal inhabitants of American emigrated from Asia, and this theory he supports with a variety of facts and statements gleaned from early inhabitants of Tennessee regarding the Indians and their traditions as to those who lived here before them … this is an excessively rare book, and seldom offered for sale." McMurtrie Early Printing in Tennessee 166. Siebert sale 364: "Devoted largely to a study of Indian antiquities … the rarest of Haywood's books, not in Field or Sabin." RARE. We are unaware of copies other that of Siebert appearing on the market in recent years; like this copy and two others that we have examined, the plate in the Siebert copy was separated along the crease, apparently as the fold extended slightly beyond the edges of the other leaves, thus being prone to wear. OCLC records 14 copies, including six in Tennessee institutions; McMurtrie, Allen, and American Imprints add three more locations.

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        Mazeppa, a Poem

      John Murray, London 1819 - Second issue with p. [70] blank and imprint moved to p. 71 verso. Octavo (22.5cm.); original drab wrappers in custom-made cloth four-flap chemise; [4],71,[1],[8](ads)pp. Light dust-soil, shallow loss to spine foot, very faint contemporary ownership signature to upper wrapper. Very Good and sound. MILES I, p. 131-133. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Young Sea Officer?s Sheet Anchor; or a key to the leading of rigging and to practical seamanship. With an appendix containing several figures illustrative of novelties and improvements in rigging &c &c &c. First Philadelphia, from the Second London Edition.

      - Philadelphia, M. Carey and sons, (1819). 4to. Engr. title,+ iii-xii,+ (1),+ (blank),+ 124 pp.+ 114 engr. plates. Some browning and minor spotting. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine with black label, the label somewhat rubbed. Owner?s signature of Carl Magnus Ehnemark, dated Philadelphia 1823. First American edition, complete with the extra appendix plates. Lever?s standard work was first published in London in 1808. The second was published the same year as this first American. It become during the 19th century published in several new editions, both in London and in America. Bra svensk proveniens. Carl Magnus Ehnemark (1803-74) var sjöofficer och från 1857 svensk sjöminister och konteramiral. För att få erfarenhet tog Ehnemark efter kadettskolan 1821 värvning på en amerikansk brigg och jobbade där upp sig till förste styrman. I samband med denna tjänst befann han sig troligen i Phildadelphia 1823. Efter några år i Sverige tog han sedan värning i franska marinen och deltog 1830 i kriget mot Alger och i belägringen av Lissabon. Åter tillbaka i Sverige gjorde han en snabb karriär, ända till amiral och sjöminister. Som minister tillsatte hans flera utredningar för att höja standarden på den svenska flottan och han initierade studieresor till västra Europa och Amerika för att öka kunskapen om de nya marina tekniska förändringarna. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Plays of Shakespeare. Printed from the Text of Samuel Johnson, George Steevens, and Isaac Reed

      London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 1819., 1819. 2 volumes; 8vo. Contemporary full straight grain tan calf gilt titles and gilt to spines, gilt rule with blind border to boards; marbled end papers; tinted edges. Early professional paper repair to the margin of a couple of pages, no loss; very light and extremely occasional foxing; corners bumped. A superb set in a fine Georgian binding.

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        Don Juan

      London: Thomas Davison, 1819. First Edition. First edition of the first two cantos of Byron's magnum opus, incomplete at 16 cantos by the time of his death in 1824. 1500 copies were originally published, 150 of which were eventually pulped upon the publication of an octavo edition later that same year. WISE II, pp. 3-4. Demy quarto (26.75cm.); contemporary half black calf over marbled boards, spine elaborately decorated in gilt, all edges marbled, marbled endpapers; [2],227pp. Extremities rubbed, some light foxing to preliminaries, contemporary ownership signature to title page. Very Good and sound, with half title.

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        Die zweite Folge von sechs Militärstücken" usw. Vollständige Folge mit insgesamt sechs Darstellungen auf sechs Blättern.

      - Radierungen von J.A. Klein bei Artaria & Fontaine, Mannheim, 1819, je ca. 16 x 22 cm. Jahn 239 bis 244, jeweils III (von III). - Vorhanden: Die Mahlzeit bei dem Marketender; Das Piket mit dem Wegweiser; Der Handel mit dem Schacherjuden; Das Mädchen im Gedränge; Die Plünderung; Die Zwangsfuhre mit dem Ochsenwagen. Die beteiligten Soldaten sind jeweils russische Kosacken. - Alle breitrandig.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        MEMOIRES POUR SERVIR A L'HISTOIRE DE LA REVOLUTION DE SAINT DOMINGUE

      Editeur - PARIS, PILLET AINE - 1819Avec une carte nouvelle de l'ile et un plan topographique de la Crête à Pierrot - Deux tomes - Une grande carte (48 x 73 cm), un plan dépliant (22x19 cm), une planche dépliante - Edition originale - Relation des événements et répression du mouvement de TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE - Demi - reliure cuir rouge, signée R.P. BIBOLET - Ex - libris dessiné par Gorguet et gravé par Stern, au nom du Dr SECRESTAT - ESCANDE, arraché au premier tome, présent au second tome - Dos à nerfs, finement décorés, pièces de titres et tomaison noires, tranches marbrées - Rares rousseurs - Fente sur la carte, sans manque - Coins très légèrement frottés - Très bel exemplaire XV, 416, 350 pages, reliés, in - 8, 21 cm

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        El Diario Balear Desde el número 1, 1 de enero de 1819 hasta el número 364, 31 de diciembre de 1819.

      1819. . 1819 - Imp. Felipe Guasp. Palma de Mallorca. . 1 Vol. . . . . Hemeroteca / Revistas / Publicaciones , Local España (Islas Baleares), Siglo XIX . Año completo de 1819 de "El Diario Balear", rarísima publicación con noticias de la vida política, económica y social de las islas. Comenzó a editarse en noviembre de 1814 hasta mayo de 1815. Un año después, en abril de 1816, reapareció extinguiéndose definitivamente en marzo de 1820. Contenido en dos cajas en tela artesanal. .

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        A History of the Island of Newfoundland

      London: Printed for the Author, 1819 Nicely rebound. Map at the front is split and torn but complete. Ex-library with stamps on the title page and maps. One of the first histories of Newfoundland.

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        A Conchological Dictionary of the British Islands.

      London, Printed for John Booth, 1819. XXVII + (3) + 272 s. 28 dobbeltsidet håndkolorerte plansjer Nyere eleg. priv. håndbundet helskinnbd. med 5 opphøyde bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. permbordyre i gull.. Recent full calf with 5 raised bands. Spine richly gilt. 28 doble-paged handcoloured plates

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        Allgemeine deutsche Real-Encyclopädie für die gebildeten Stände - (Conversations-Lexicon) - In zehn Bänden beiliegend: Supplementband für die Besitzer der fünfen und früheren Auflagen (1824) - Conversations-Lexicon. Neue Folge in zwei Bänden (in vier gebunden (1822)

      Leipzig, Brockhaus Verlag, 1819-1824.. 5. Aufl. xxxii, 935; 3 Bl., 928; 1028; 960; 944; xvi, 968; xvi, 990; xvi, 968; 8 Bl., 1007; xxxii, 1013; xiv, 1133; xlviii, 772, xlvii, 8 Bl.; 747, liii; 761, xxiv; xii, 690 Seiten, 8°, OHLdr.. Einband berieben, Rücken und Kapitale teils eingerissen und mit Rep.Band gesichert, feste Blöcke, Papier altersbedingt etwas abgedunckelt, aber kaum fleckig, innen eigentlich in sehr guten und sauberen Zustand. ---------------------------------------------------------- Brockhaus, (1772 - 1823), als Sohn des Kaufmanns und Ratsherrn Johann Heinrich in Düsseldorf zum Kaufmann ausgebildet. Ein kurzer Studienaufenthalt in Leipzig 1793/94 legte den Grundstein für seine umfassende Allgemeinbildung. 1796 gründete B. in Dortmund mit zwei Kompagnons eine eigene Großhandelsfirma für englische Manufakturwaren. Nach einem Zerwürfnis mit seinen Partnern entschloß er sich, nach Holland zu gehen, in das Hauptabsatzgebiet seines Unternehmens; zunächst in Arnheim, ließ er sich 1802 in Amsterdam nieder und machte sich selbständig. Wegen der Auswirkungen, die die Kontinentalsperre auf das Geschäft hatte, wechselte B. 1805 zum Buchhandel und gründete in Amsterdam die Buchhandlung Rohloff & Comp. (seit 1807 Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir). Seit 1814 trägt der Verlag den Namen F. A. Brockhaus. Auf der Leipziger Buchhändlermesse zu Michaelis 1808 kaufte B. die Rechte an einem unvollendeten Konversationslexikon, das 1796 von Renatus Gotthelf Löbel und Christian Wilhelm Franke begonnen worden war. Den Restbestand dieses Werkes lieferte er seit 1809 unter dem neuen Titel Conversations-Lexikon oder kurz gefaßtes Handwörterbuch (6 Bde.) aus; 1809 und 1811 erschienen zwei Ergänzungsbände. B. pendelte zunächst zwischen Amsterdam und Leipzig, siedelte mit dem Verlag 1811 ins ostthüringische Altenburg über und verlegte 1817/18 den Firmensitz schließlich nach Leipzig, wo er eine eigene Druckerei errichtete. 1818 wurde er Leipziger Bürger und baute systematisch seinen Verlag aus. Er pflegte Literatur und Wissenschaft und wurde der erste Verleger Schopenhauers, zunächst von "Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung" (1819), später von dessen Gesamtwerk. Bis zu B.' Tod zählte der Verlag u.a. Friedrich von Raumer, Henrik Steffens, Friedrich Rückert und Johann Heinrich Voß zu seinen Autoren. ... Das Konversationslexikon wurde ein großer Erfolg; die fünfte Auflage erschien 1819/20 in zehn Bänden unter dem Titel Allgemeine Deutsche Real-Encyklopädie für die gebildeten Stände (Conversations-Lexicon). In den knapp 18 Jahren seines Wirkens in Leipzig rückte B. in die erste Reihe der deutschen und international anerkannten Verleger auf. Er kämpfte mit seinen Standesgenossen erfolgreich gegen Nachdruck und Zensur und konnte seinem Sohn Heinrich, der in der Leitung des Unternehmens nachfolgte, ein wohlbestelltes Haus übergeben. Seine entscheidende Leistung lag darin, daß er den Namen Brockhaus zum Synonym für Konversationslexika machte und die deutsche Lexikographie im 19.Jh. zu ihren großen Erfolgen führte. (DBE) - Hier die wohl interessanteste Ausgabe des Lexikons in der Originalfassung, laut Brockhaus zufolge die, die die "aufgeregte politische Stimmung des Jahres 1819 verraten" habe - Bibliotheca Lexicorum 67. Vgl. Zischka 1. Wendt 56.

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        Skizzen einer Reise nach Holstein besonders der Probstey Preetz im Sommer 1817. Hamburg, Selbstverlag, 1819. XVIII, 266 S. Mit 1 gefalt. gestoch. Frontisp. Kl.-8°. Marmor. Hlwd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. RTit. (berieben).

      1819. . Kat. d. S-H. Landesbibl. I, 1025; Engelmann II, 588; Bruun III, 688.- Seltene Reisebeschreibung mit einer schönen Ansicht von Schönberg.- Mit einer Widmung an den russischen Generalkonsul in Hamburg Heinrich von Struve, hier erinnert sich der Verfasser dankbar an seine in Russland verbrachte Jugend.- Mit Subskribentenverzeichnis.- Titel verso mit gelöschtem Bibliotheksstempel. Zu Beginn schwach fingerfleckig, letztes Blatt angeschmutzt.

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        Autograph letter signed, concerning the lunar method for calculating longitude

      N.P. [?Paris], 1819. Manuscript letter, 231 x 186 mm., on a bifolium sheet, letter comprising first page with three blank pages, dated and signed by Rossel, slightly chipped but fine. D'Entrecasteaux's successor on longitude. Rossel, astronomer of the expedition in search of La Pérouse, writes to Louis Marie Bajot, inspector-general of the library of the Ministry of the Marine and editor of the Annales Maritimes et Coloniales, who had asked Rossel to review some articles on the lunar method. Rossel reports that the method was unsatisfactory and should be abandoned since the difficulty of accurately measuring the height of the moon is too great and liable to "grandes erreurs".Rossel joined the Recherche at the age of 26, one of the vessels under the command of Bruni d'Entrecasteaux dispatched in 1791 to solve the mystery of La Pérouse. The d'Entrecasteaux expedition was remarkable for its talented scientific members, including the naturalist Jacques Labillardière, hydrographer Charles-François Beautemps-Beaupré and astronomer Ambroise Pierson. Although differences in social origin and political allegiance proved a source of ongoing tension amongst the officers, overall the scientists worked co-operatively. The practical application of astronomy to navigation was an important one for these men, and during their stay in Tasmania Rossel constructed a temporary observatory for this purpose.Some years later, Rossel took on the editing of the official voyage account which was published in 1808, eight years after Labillardiere's account. In the official account the subject of longitude is treated in detail, forming a valuable explanatory text on the limitations of astronomical and lunar methods: "Rossel devoted the whole of the second volume of the official Voyage to an exposition of the methods used by himself and others in taking and correcting astronomical observations made during the voyage, together with detailed tables setting out the resulting calculations of latitude and longitude. By this means, he hoped, readers would be able to judge for themselves the probable accuracy of these estimates, especially those of longitude. Like Beautemps-Beaupré's appendix to the first volume, this became a kind of instructional treatise on the subject" (Horner, Looking for La Pérouse, p.41).Furthermore, in preparing material for the press Rossel cross-referenced the results with observations taken at Greenwich and supplied by the Astronomer Royal Nevil Maskelyne. The intention was to produce longitude bearings more accurate than those of Captain Cook, which had remained the benchmark of navigational accuracy.This letter reflects Rossel's experience reconciling the sciences of astronomy and navigation, and the high regard accorded by his peers. By this stage the use of marine chronometers was gaining widespread acceptance for longitude calculation as the lunar method became obsolete.

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        Tierbändiger van Aken mit drei Löwen.

      1819. Kreidelithographie mit zwei Tonplatten in Gelblich und Ocker mit Lichtern 1819. 35,5:46,2 cm. Literatur: Dussler 7; Winkler 003.5, Variante von II: mit zwei Tonplatten, erste und zweite Zeile der Unterschrift gelöscht, dafür groß: Nach der Natur auf Stein gezeichnet im August 1819.- Verlegervermerk abgeschnitten, unterer Teil des Blattes mit Knickfalte.. Die bedeutendste Wandermenagerie, die es je gab, war die der holländischen Dynastie van Aken. Zwischen 1811 und 1836 zeigten die Brüder Hermann und Wilhelm van Aken ihre umfangreichen Tierschauen. Sie betrieben auch Tierhandel, etwa mit dem preussischen König, der von ihnen Tiere für die Menagerie auf der Pfaueninsel in Berlin erhielt.

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        Traité de la seconde dentition

      MÉQUIGNON-MARVIS, GABON (DE L’IMPRIMERIE DE COUTURIER)[MÉQUIGNON-MARVIS, GABON (DE L'IMPRIMERIE DE COUTURIER)] - 8vo; contemporary calf, gilt title on spine; (6), XVI, 311, (4) pp. and 22 plates with explanatory text leaves. Some light browning, but a good copy.FIRST EDITION. Delabarre, in his work on Seconde Dentition (1819) devoted considerable space to the subject of orthodontics. "To the writings of Delabarre we are probably more greatly indebted than to any of his contemporaries; while many of his ideas were wrong, a great many were correct" (B.W. Weinberger, Orthodontics, St. Louis, 1926, I, pp. 183-84).Delabarre, the dentist of Louis XVIII, taught dentistry in the civil hospitals of Paris. He was a pioneer of the use of porcelain teeth and one of the first promoters of oral hygiene. Heirs of Hippocrates, 1402; Poletti, 53; Hofmann-Axthelm, 403. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viaggio di un antiquario ne' contorni di Roma

      Vincenzo Poggioli 1819 Viaggio di un antiquario ne' contorni di Roma. Antonio, Nibby Membro ordinario dell' Accademia Romana di Archeologia. Roma, Vincenzo Poggioli, 1819. 2 volumi in - 8°, pergamena coeva con dorsi decorati in oro. Tomo I°: che contiene il viaggio a Veji, Fidene, Tivoli, Alba Fucense, Subiaco, Gabii, Collazia, Labico, e Preneste. Tommo II°: Viaggio a Frascati, Tusculo, Algido, Grottaferrata, alla Valle Ferentina, al Lago Albano, Lavinio, Ardea, Ostia, Laurento e Porto. Vol I: 311, (1) pp. ; 334 pp. con 5 carte ripiegate e 17 tavole f.t.; Vol II: 334 pp. con 7 carte ripiegate e 13 tavole f.t. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Sämmtliche Schriften. 15 Bände.

      - Stuttgart und Tübingen, J. G. Cotta, 1819-26. 8vo. Zusammen über 5600 S. Mit gestochenem Titelporträt, 1 gestochenen Notentafel und 5 gefalteten lithographierten Tafeln. Helle Halbleder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung und je 3 Rückenschildern, Band 13-15 ähnlich nachgebunden. Erste Werkausgabe, noch von Pestalozzi selbst besorgt. - Enthält u.a. im Erstdruck die dritte Fassung von Lienhard und Gertrud, die Ansichten über Industrie, Erziehung und Politik, die Rede in Langenthal und Pestalozzis Schwanengesang. Mit einem 48-seitigen Subskribentenverzeichnis. - In Band 10 4 Bl. mit einem Dialog zwischen einem Lehrer und einer Person namens Mehlberg in späterer Handschrift eingebunden.- Israel I,51,1. - Einbände etwas fleckig und an den Ecken bestoßen, Vorsätze leimschattig. Etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Lord Byron [ Fore-edge paintings ]

      London: John Murray 1819. Three volumes. An early collected edition in original full straight grained morocco bindings, gilt and blind decorated with leather turned over on to the front pastedowns, also with gilt and blind decoration. All edges are gilt, endpapers are silk and there is a silk inlay on pastdowns creating 'panels'. Each volume has a beautiful early fore-edge painting of a different Italian scene. They look to have been applied after the gilding. A wonderful example in a fine binding that is just a little rubbed and creased. Very good. . Very Good. Full Morocco. 1819. 8vo..

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        BERG/Starnberger See. "Königl. Lustschloß Berg". Blick vom See auf das Schloß, im Hintergrund Kirche und Bauernhäuser, vorne rechts zwei Fischer im Kahn, die ein Rundnetz ausgeworfen haben.

      - Lithographie nach F.W. Doppelmayer bei J.G. Zeller, 1819, 21,5 x 30,5 cm. Winkler 161, 21; nicht bei Lentner. - Friedrich Wilhelm Doppelmayr (1776 - 1845) war Jurist und "Litho-Dilettant" in Nördlingen. Seltene Inkunabel der Lithographie mit breitem Rand.

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        L'hermite En Province Ou Observations Sur Les Moeurs et Les Usages Francais Au Commencement Du XIX Siecle ( 14 Volumes )

      Paris: Chez Pillet Aine Imprimeur Libraire, 1819. Complete in 14 volumes, ( this is part of a larger larger set, but complete in itself ) Books measure 6 1/2 x 4 inches. Circa 4,000 pages, 14 maps mostly folding, vignette illustrations throughout.Printed between 1819-1827. Bound in period half calf, calf corners, marble boards, gilt tooling, full coloured edges. Slight variation on gilt tooling, but definitely bound at the same time. Calf lightly rubbed, fading to spines. Bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, pages and plates in very good clean condition. A very nice informative work, in attractive period bindings. . Period Half Calf. Very Good Plus. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        A Series of Essays on Agriculture and Rural Affairs, in Forty-seven Numbers by "Agricola," a North-Carolina farmer:

      Raleigh, NC: Joseph Gales, 1819. 12mo. 223, (2) pp. Illustrated. Contemporary calf (rubbed, a little chipped at spine ends, front joint cracking from base); some browning to text, but a very good copy. First edition, one of two ante-bellum books on farming published in North Carolina (Cotton Housed on the Third Floor, p.41). American Imprints 48370. Thronton 6872.

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        Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, escrita e ilustrada. Con varias noticias y documentos ineditos pertenecientes a la historia y literatura de su tiempo

      La Imprenta Real 1819 - First Edition. 8vo, 644pp + 4 folding plates. Bound in contemporary calf with morocco label on spine, marbled endpapers, slight rubbing to spine, book-plate of 'Joseph M. Gleason' on paste-down endpaper. Cervantes was the Spanish Renaissance author of DON QUIXOTE and other not so well known works.

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        Essai sur la Composition des Machines. Seconde edition, revue, corrigee et considerablement augmentee - gegenüber der Erstausgabe von 1808 stark überarbeitet.

      Paris, Bachelier, 1819. - 3 Bll. (incls. Errata-Blatt), 184 S. Mit 13 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln von N. L. Rousseau, J. J. de la Porte u. a. - die erste Tafel ohne Nummer, die anderen Tafeln von 1 bis 12 numeriert. 4°, etwas späterer Halblederband (um 1860). Rücken stark beschabt (Vergoldung und Rückentitel nur noch fragmentarisch vorhanden); Deckel leicht bestoßen und beschabt; vorderes Rückengelenk im unteren Drittel mit länglichem Wurmgang (etwas Lederbezugsverlust und am Innengelenk hier mit etwas Papierverlust); hinteres Rückengelenk mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle durch Wurmfraß; leicht stockfleckig; Tafeln an den Rändern teils etwas angestaubt, mit kleinen Rand- oder Eckknicken und winzigen Randeinrissen; alle Tafeln mit schwachem Wasserfleck in der linken oberen Ecke (teils etwas in den Bildrand hineingehend). Bedeutende Pionierarbeit zur industriellen Kinematik. Poggendorff I, 179 (unter Betancourt)/ vgl. Engelmann 214 (dort die deutsche Übersetzung "Versuch über die Zusammensetzung der Maschinen" aus dem Jahre 1829). FR [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Adventures of Johnny Newcome in the Navy; a Poem in Four Cantos

      Published for the Author, and sold by Sherwood, Neeley, and Jones, Paternoster-Row, London 1819 - Abbey, Life in England 330; Tooley 406; Hardie 173 Polished tan calf, a.e.g., gilt spine, by Root & Co. Slight traces of rubbing, front inner hinge mended 20 colored aquatints by Charles Williams including comic scenes in Jamaica and Barbados. [A]-Ee4, A-H4, I2. vii, [viii, To the Binder], [1]-188, *187-8, 189-200, 209-224, [68, notes] pp. Irregularly paginated, signatures continuous. 1 vols. 8vo

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        St. Martins=Pfarrkirche in Landshut" (Bayern). Prächtige Ansicht mit reicher mittelalterlicher Personenstaffage.

      - Lithographie mit 2 Tonplatten, 1819, 45,5 x 34,5 cm. Trost L56; Lentner 8674: "Seltene Incunabel der Lithographie. - Prachtblatt". - Architektonisch interessante Darstellung mit dem hohen Kirchturm in der Bildmitte; die Häuserzeile der Altstadt mit dem einbezogenen Kirchenportal zieht sich von vorne rechts bis zum Fluchtpunkt hinten. Unter den zahlreichen Personen auch einige Studenten als Hinweis auf die Tatsache, daß Landshut früher Sitz einer Universität war. - "Das vorliegende Blatt macht uns umsomehr Freude, da uns bisher keine treue Abbildung dieses Denkmals bekannt geworden war" (Schorns Kunstblatt Nr. 44 von 1820). - Mit ca. 3 cm Rand, sehr gut erhalten.

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         Lettre autographe (de la main de son secrétaire) signée par Cambacérès en date de Bruxelles le 21 mars 1819, et adressée au jurisconsulte et avocat Dejoly à Paris

      Bruxelles, le 21 mars, 1819, in 8°, de 2pp., - On y joint: Une belle lettre calligraphiée de l'avocat Dejoly adresse au Prince archichancelier Cambacérès, en date du 6 juin 1812, pour obtenir un droit de reconnaissance de noblesse pour un citoyen Belge néerlandais, député d'Issel-Supérieur dans la Hollande annexée, en vertu du décret impérial du 26 août 1811. Datée de Paris le 6 juin 1812, de 2 pp. in folio avec cachet, et note pour suite au Procureur Général de la main de Cambacérès en marge, avec sa signature. Il s'agit d'une mise au point avec Deloly de la contestation entreprise par le Duc de Cambacérès contre le Duc d'Orléans. Après les Cent jours, Cambacérès est en effet en exil en Belgique. La seconde Restauration se montra sévère pour Cambacérès: il perd ses dotations, doit s'exiler comme régicide, et il est exclu de l'Académie française. Il se rend à Bruxelles, où il descend à l'hôtel Wellington, avec Lavollée et deux valets de chambre, puis à Amsterdam. En 1818, il est autorisé à rentrer en France. Dans cette lettre, il confirme à Dejoly que Mr Bonnet se charge de sa défense. demande la raison qui fait que cette affaire traîne en longueur, et voudrait pouvoir clore ce dossier avant son entour à Paris. Demande à Dejoly de tenir Mr. Thibon au courant du dossier, et adresse à à Dejoly les compliments de Mr. Lavollée (en exil avec lui). Cambacérès, initié à Montpellier, avant la Révolution, avait franchi les grades maçonniques successifs et exerça de 1805 à 1814, les fonctions de Grand-Maître adjoint du Grand-Orient de France. Etienne-Louis-Hector Dejoly (1756-1837) avocat au Parlement de Paris, plaida pour Cagliostro dans l'affaire du collier de la Reine. Enrichi par son mariage, la Révolution assura sa fortune politique. Il reprit ses fonctions d'avocat sous le Directoire, puis devint avocat au Conseil d'Etat. En maçonnerie il fut Garde des sceaux de la Gde Loge d'Administration, 33e membre du Sup. Conseil et Officier d'honneur du Gd Consistoire des Rites et du Grand Orient. ¶ Ligou Dict. de la F.M. p.190 & 348

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        KREMS. "Vur de la Place d'Execice ou Place d'Armes devant la Caserne du Regiment d'Infanterie de S.A.I. l'Archiduc Charles à Krems, et du Monument . du General Schmidt". Park mit zahlreichen Personen, u.a. eine Gruppe Turner und Stelzengeher, in der Ferne die Donau mit Stift Göttweig.

      - Altkol. Umrißradierung von H. Reinhold nach Fr. Le Febure, dat. 1819, 27,5 x 43 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXVIII, S. 131/32. - Heinrich Reinhold, Landschaftsmaler und Kupferstecher, geboren 1788 in Gera, starb schon 1825 in Rom. Er arbeitete nur bis 1819 als Kupferstecher. Seit 1816 wandte er sich mehr und mehr der Ölmalerei zu und wurde unter dem Einfluß von Erhard, Koch und Schnorr zu einem bedeutenden Maler der Deutsch-Römer. - Sehr feine und besonders reizend staffagierte Ansicht. Alt auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten, montiert und alt beschriftet. Im Himmel gering stockfleckig. Alt gerahmt.

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        The Vampyre; A Tale

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones,, 1819. 4 works in one, octavo. Contemporary calf, spine gilt-tooled in compartments with an olive morocco title label, sides bordered with a single gilt rule, blue speckled edges. With the half-titles, except that of Ina. Contemporary armorial bookplate. Spine and corners slightly rubbed, a little restoration to the joints and ends, some minor marks and scratches to the sides, slight spotting to the leaves of Ina, but on the whole remarkably clean and fresh internally, a very good copy indeed. First edition, in a handsome contemporary calf binding, of what is generally considered the first vampire novel in the English language. The Vampyre was conceived during the same competitive story-telling evening as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, and was written by Byron's doctor, John William Polidori (1795?-1821). Henry Colburn first published it on 1 April 1819 in his New Monthly Magazine, with the subtitle "A Tale by Lord Byron"; and the first issue of Sherwood, Neely and Jones's book also has Byron's name on the title (that issue is now unobtainably rare); this is the third issue, as usual, with the first gathering reset in 23 lines. Polidori sought an injunction against Colburn, while Byron disowned it, publishing his vampire fragment conceived the same evening with Mazeppa by way of a disclaimer. "Although by no means the first appearance of the vampire in European literature, Polidori's tale established the prototype later developed in Sheridan Lefanu's 'Carmilla' and Bram Stoker's Dracula" (ODNB). Although the book was successful, Polidori made little from it; he committed suicide two years later. This copy is bound together with three other contemporary works, giving it an appealing literary context. The first two are plays: a second edition of Ina, a Tragedy, by Mrs Wilmot, an Anglo-Saxon drama printed by John Murray in 1815; the next is a second edition, with the half title, of Fazio, A Tragedy, the first book published by Henry Hart Milman (1791-1868, winner of the Newdigate poetry prize in 1812 with "Apollo Belvedere", fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford from 1814, and elected Oxford's Professor of Poetry in 1821), a Florentine drama with a touch of alchemy, printed in Oxford in 1816. The last work is a first edition, with the half title, of Paris in 1815. A Poem, printed by Murray in 1817. It is the first part of a long poem, here anonymously published, by the Rev George Croly (1780-1860), with its metre modelled on Byron's Childe Harold, expressing, in Romantic tones but with Tory sentiments, his impressions of Paris in the months before Napoleon's defeat at the battle of Waterloo. The second part was published, with Croly's name, in 1821 - the lack of which here asserts the likelihood that this calf binding was indeed a closely contemporary one.

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        Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung. (The World as Will and Idea) Schopenhauer’s Most Important Work—PMM 279

      F. A. Brockhaus, Leipzig 1819 - Schopenhauer’s Most Important Work—PMM 279SCHOPENHAUER, Arthur. Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung. (The World as Will and Idea), F. A. Brockhaus, Leipzig, 1819. Half-title [mis-bound first section title] + half-title + TP + [V]-XVI + [3]-725 + [726] = Druckfehler (Corrections) with folding plate bound in after page 72, Octavo. First Edition.The extremely scarce first edition of Schopenhauer's main work, "The World as Will and Idea", which became a seminal philosophical work that deeply influenced many important later thinkers, e.g. Nietzsche. The book was printed in about 700-750 copies, but due to the controversial contents and the too "modern" mind of Schopenhauer, the work was met with no sympathy in early 19th century Europe, and the book sold very poorly. The total lack of initial impact and the terribly bad sale-numbers caused the destruction of all the remaining copies, and only a very small portion of the original 700 or 750 copies still exist, making the first edition of this work one of the most rare important philosophical works of the 19th century. Schopenhauer actually suspected his publisher of deliberate treachery. Schopenhauer's "modern" mind resulted in a philosophy of nothingness and a pessimistic denial of the identity of change and progress, which are the predominant notions in this his main work. Later thinkers who were much influenced by Schopenhauer include some of the most influential men of the 19th and 20th centuries - Nietzsche, Wagner, Maler, Darwin, Einstein, Jung, Freud, Wittgenstein, Popper, Horkheimer, Beckett, Borges, Tolstoy, Thomas Mann, Knut Hamsun etc, etc. The "pessimistic philosophy" that Schopenhauer founded took its starting-point in the philosophy of Kant, but he heavily criticized most of the important contemporary philosophers, who were also influenced by Kant (i.e. Hegel, Fichte, Schelling etc.). Like Kant, convinced that scientific explanation would never be able to give a true explanation of reality, the appearances of which are all that we will ever be able to at least apply with a form of systematization and classification, which resembles knowledge, Schopenhauer concludes that all intellectual life is governed by the will and passions. In Schopenhauer's philosophy, the Will becomes the driving force of man and the world; the intellect is subordinate to this. Thus, when desire comes before thought, and will comes before being, human beings must live in the realm of desire, and by this desire they are perpetually tormented. "Kant's principal difficulty, the existence of matter apart from our knowledge of it, is expressed by the very inadequacy of our knowledge: it is the cosmic will, an uncontrollable force superior to human will, which, in the individual will, can only be broken by leading a negative ‘good life’, in chastity, voluntary poverty, fasting and self-denial. The result is nothingness, and the aim of the saint is non-existence" (PMM 279).CONDITION: Contemporary paper-covered boards. Gilt-lettered label to spine. Boards and spine with some wear. Internally with age-spotting and light dampstaining to later page margins. First section-title page mis-bound before title page. Clean and free of marginalia. Housed in elegant contemporary clamshell box. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST Contemporary paper-covered boards. Gilt-lettered label to spine. Boards and spine with some wear. Internally with age-spotting and light dampstaining to later page margins. First section-title page mis-bound before title page. Clean and free of marginalia. Housed in elegant contemporary clamshell box. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Neues Taschenbuch Von Nürnberg (2 Volumes)

      Nürnberg: Riegel und Wiessner. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1819. First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes, original printed cardstock boards in the original colored plain-paper dust-jackets, housed in the publisher's original cardboard slipcases with printed paper labels; Volume 1: all edges gilt, additional engraved title page plus 9 copper plates and 3 in-text vignettes, folding map and satin pull at rear. Volume 2: all edges stained green, folding frontis, additional engraved title page, plus 7 copper plates and folding map at rear (satin pull torn). Both volumes fine but for minor ex-library markings (stamps on recto and verso of title pages, labels at base of spine on the slipcases) ; dust jacket for Volume 1 sun-faded at the upper and lower edges, with a little age-toning; slipcases likewise age-toned, especially at the spines. Overall, a beautiful set, the books fine, the jackets and slipcases very good or better; "Containing a topographical and statistical description of the town , together with an historical introduction and a full factual and name register," including location, climate, size, population, schools, public and private libraries, bookstores, art galleries, etc. The plates, illustrations, and cover images depict many of Nürnberg's most famous attractions and personalities, including Albrecht Dürer and Peter Vischer. The "Neues Taschenbuch Von Nürnberg" is currently the earliest known publication with a publisher's dust-jacket and as such, quite a rarity .

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        Blick auf Rom "Von Casa Tarpea auf dem Capitolinus".

      1819. Bleistift, auf cremefarbenem Velin, links unten signiert "E. Förster", betitelt und datiert "15 Apr. 58", rechts oben numeriert "OHz 819.". 23,4:28,7 cm. Auf Untersatz montiert. Provenienz: Mit Stempel der Münchner Künstlergesellschaft, nicht bei Lugt.. Die Münchner Künstlergesellschaft "Allotria" war 1873 von F. von Lenbach (1836-1904) und L. Gedon (1843-1883) gegründet worden. Anlaß dazu war der Austritt von ca. 50 Künstlern aus der Münchner Künstlergenossenschaft.

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        KARLSRUHE. "Ansicht der Residenzstadt Carlsruhe". Gesamtansicht aus dem Garten des Palais Friedrich gesehen, im Vordergrund rechts große Orangenbäume.

      - Kol. Lithographie von C.F. Müller nach L. Bleuler, dat. 1819, 22 x 34 cm. Schefold 27295; nicht bei Winkler. - Hübsch kolorierte und gut erhaltene Inkunabel der Lithographie.

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        Kalila and Dimna, or The Fables of Bidpai. Translated from the Arabic by Rev. Wyndham Knatchbull, A.M

      Oxford: printed by W Baxter, for J. Parker; and Messrs. Longman, Hurst,and Brown, London, 1819. First edition of this translation. xii, 366 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in full straight-grained red contemporary morocco, gilt spine, a.e.g. Bookplate of Hugh Percy, Third Duke of Northumberland. Inscribed Inscribed "With the Author's respectful compliments." on flyleaf Percy was elected Chancellor of Cambridge University Oct, 1840.

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        Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung. (The World as Will and Idea)

      Schopenhauer?s Most Important Work?"PMM 279SCHOPENHAUER, Arthur. Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung. (The World as Will and Idea), F. A. Brockhaus, Leipzig, 1819. Half-title [mis-bound first section title] + half-title + TP + [V]-XVI + [3]-725 + [726] = Druckfehler (Corrections) with folding plate bound in after page 72, Octavo. First Edition.The extremely scarce first edition of Schopenhauer's main work, "The World as Will and Idea", which became a seminal philosophical work that deeply influenced many important later thinkers, e.g. Nietzsche. The book was printed in about 700-750 copies, but due to the controversial contents and the too "modern" mind of Schopenhauer, the work was met with no sympathy in early 19th century Europe, and the book sold very poorly. The total lack of initial impact and the terribly bad sale-numbers caused the destruction of all the remaining copies, and only a very small portion of the original 700 or 750 copies still exist, making the first edition of this work one of the most rare important philosophical works of the 19th century. Schopenhauer actually suspected his publisher of deliberate treachery. Schopenhauer's "modern" mind resulted in a philosophy of nothingness and a pessimistic denial of the identity of change and progress, which are the predominant notions in this his main work. Later thinkers who were much influenced by Schopenhauer include some of the most influential men of the 19th and 20th centuries - Nietzsche, Wagner, Maler, Darwin, Einstein, Jung, Freud, Wittgenstein, Popper, Horkheimer, Beckett, Borges, Tolstoy, Thomas Mann, Knut Hamsun etc, etc. The "pessimistic philosophy" that Schopenhauer founded took its starting-point in the philosophy of Kant, but he heavily criticized most of the important contemporary philosophers, who were also influenced by Kant (i.e. Hegel, Fichte, Schelling etc.). Like Kant, convinced that scientific explanation would never be able to give a true explanation of reality, the appearances of which are all that we will ever be able to at least apply with a form of systematization and classification, which resembles knowledge, Schopenhauer concludes that all intellectual life is governed by the will and passions. In Schopenhauer's philosophy, the Will becomes the driving force of man and the world; the intellect is subordinate to this. Thus, when desire comes before thought, and will comes before being, human beings must live in the realm of desire, and by this desire they are perpetually tormented. "Kant's principal difficulty, the existence of matter apart from our knowledge of it, is expressed by the very inadequacy of our knowledge: it is the cosmic will, an uncontrollable force superior to human will, which, in the individual will, can only be broken by leading a negative ?good life?, in chastity, voluntary poverty, fasting and self-denial. The result is nothingness, and the aim of the saint is non-existence" (PMM 279).Contemporary paper-covered boards. Gilt-lettered label to spine. Boards and spine with some wear. Internally with age-spotting and light dampstaining to later page margins. First section-title page mis-bound before title page. Clean and free of marginalia. Housed in elegant contemporary clamshell box.

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        Neues Taschenbuch Von Nürnberg (2 Volumes)

      Nürnberg: Riegel und Wiessner. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1819. First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes, original printed cardstock boards in the original colored plain-paper dust-jackets, housed in the publisher's original cardboard slipcases with printed paper labels; Volume 1: all edges gilt, additional engraved title page plus 9 copper plates and 3 in-text vignettes, folding map and satin pull at rear. Volume 2: all edges stained green, folding frontis, additional engraved title page, plus 7 copper plates and folding map at rear (satin pull torn). Both volumes fine but for minor ex-library markings (stamps on recto and verso of title pages, labels at base of spine on the slipcases) ; dust jacket for Volume 1 sun-faded at the upper and lower edges, with a little age-toning; slipcases likewise age-toned, especially at the spines. Overall, a beautiful set, the books fine, the jackets and slipcases very good or better; "Containing a topographical and statistical description of the town , together with an historical introduction and a full factual and name register," including location, climate, size, population, schools, public and private libraries, bookstores, art galleries, etc. The plates, illustrations, and cover images depict many of Nürnberg's most famous attractions and personalities, including Albrecht Dürer and Peter Vischer. The "Neues Taschenbuch Von Nürnberg" is currently the earliest known publication with a publisher's dust-jacket and as such, quite a rarity .

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        Victories of the Duke of Wellington, From Drawings by R. Westall, R.A

      London: Rodwell and Martin, 1819. First Edition, Abbey Issue 1. Woodcut vignette on title page, 12 hand colored aquatints engraved by T. Fielding (except No. 6 which is by Chas. Heath after R. Westall, and wood-engraved title page vignette. [iv], 47, [1] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Modern crimson morocco, with original label tipped onto the front pastedown, by MacDonald, joints repaired. A fine, brief popular account of Wellington's great victories, with 12 lively and colourful aquatint battle scenes.

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        Der Krieg in Indien in den Jahren 1803 bis 1806

      Gotha, Becker, 1819. - geführt von dem General Lord Lake und dem General-Major Sir Arthur Wellesley, Herzog von Wellington. Mit 2 gestochenen Tafeln, 9 gefalteten, teilkolorierten Karten, XVI, 664 Seiten, Halblederband der Zeit, 20,5 x 13 cm, Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, kleiner Stempel auf dem Titel, papierbedingt etwas gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biblia, das ist, die ganze Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments

      Gedruckt und im Verlage bey Johann Bär, Lancaster (Penn.) 1819 - Large folio, pp. [10], 100, 12, [4], 738 (O.T.), 26 (Apocrypha), [4], 227 (N.T.], [1], 92 (register of names); one of the blank leaves preceeding the N.T. with a fraktur-style "Familien Register" (with 12 names and particulars of the Wenger family); 2 copper-engraved frontispieces; contermporary unadorned full calf over wooden boards, clasps perished, front board loose, back board nearly so; text mildly toned and dampstained.On the front pastedown is the large printed binder's ticket of "Henrich Miller, buchbinder, in der Ost-Dranien Strasse, gegeneuber der Lancaster." Above this in a contemporary hand in ink is "Price $10." Among the preliminaries is a 5-page subscriber list in quadruple column, listing names from 4 sates;American Imprints 47206; Arndt & Eck 2363 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        "Biblia, das ist, die ganze Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments "

      Lancaster (Penn.): Gedruckt und im Verlage bey Johann Bär. 1819. "Large folio, pp. [10], 100, 12, [4], 738 (O.T.), 26 (Apocrypha), [4], 227 (N.T.], [1], 92 (register of names); one of the blank leaves preceeding the N.T. with a fraktur-style ""Familien Register"" (with 12 names and particulars of the Wenger family); 2 copper-engraved frontispieces; contermporary unadorned full calf over wooden boards, clasps perished, front board loose, back board nearly so; text mildly toned and dampstained. On the front pastedown is the large printed binder's ticket of ""Henrich Miller, buchbinder, in der Ost-Dranien Strasse, gegeneuber der Lancaster."" Above this in a contemporary hand in ink is ""Price $10."" Among the preliminaries is a 5-page subscriber list in quadruple column, listing names from 4 sates; American Imprints 47206; Arndt & Eck 2363"

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