The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1819

        Don Quixote De La Mancha

      London: T. McLean, Bookseller and Publisher, 1819. . A complete four volume set in very near fine condition in full tan leather covered boards with four raised bands on each spine, with two gilt stamped leather labels and gilt tool work in the compartments and with gilt borders around the edges of the boards and gilt dentelles on the turn-ins and marbled paper for the end sheets. The edges of the text blocks are stained light yellow. All four volumes are small octavos measuring 8" by 5" with the leather at the heads of the spine lightly worn and rubbed and the leather at the head of Volume I has very shallow chipping of no more than 1/8". The binding is by Trout & Sons. There is an early prior owner's name in pencil at the upper edge of the second free end pages of volumes II, III and IV. Without dust jackets. Illustrated with 24, hand-colored, full page engravings "from drawings designed expressly for this edition." Translated from the original Spanish by Charles Jarvis. An extremely handsome, tight and clean set!

      [Bookseller: Town's End Books]
 1.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        The Ganges Breaking its Banks; with Fishing, &c.

      London: T. McLean, Oct. 1819. - Single sheet, (17 ½ x 22 ¼ inches). Fine aquatint engraving showing fishermen in the Ganges River (slightly toned). Second edition, first published in 1807/8. A wonderfully detailed hand-colored aquatint sporting print by Samuel Howitt from the octavo edition of his book "Oriental Field Sports; Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East." This scene was rendered for the book by Howitt based on Captain Thomas Williamson's original on-site sketches. Howitt was a keen sportsman, hunter, rider, and angler. "A self-taught artist, he turned professional when financial difficulties forced him to earn a living. He drew on his enthusiasm and knowledge as a sportsman and produced sporting and natural history paintings, etchings, and illustrations. He sometimes worked in oils but more frequently in watercolours, and he was an accomplished etcher" (Ruth Cohn for DNB). For more information about this engraving, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
 2.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        The Adventures of Gil Blas De Santillane(3 Vols.)

      London: Thomas McLean et al., 1819. A very solid, well-preserved example of this 1819 Tobias Smollett translation, complete in 3 volumes. Handsomely bound in an early 20th century 3/4 wine-red leather, with bright gilt-lettering and fine-tooled gilt-detail to the compartments. Also includes 15 lovely hand-colored engravings "from drawings designed expressly for this edition". Each volume clean and VG+, with very light, subtle wear along the bottom edges. Octavos, over 1,150 pgs. all told. . First Thus. Three-Quarter Leather. Collectible; Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
 3.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Facts, Illustrative of the Treatment of Napoleon Buonaparte in Saint Helena

      London: William Stockdale, 1819 Slim 8vo, (4), 156pp. (inc. ads at end). With a frontispiece and two aquatint color plates. Old straightgrain russia rebacked, in a quarter brown morocco box (faded). An evocative presentation of Napoleonic history, the box containing a lovely rich gilt frame with an eagle on the top enclosing a fragment of what looks like green wallpaper inscribed in ink on the back (and repeated on the plaque) "morceau de tapisserie de la chambre ˆ coucher de l'Empereur NapolŽon ˆ Ste. Helene apportŽ par ThŽophile". HookÕs anonymous pamphlet caused quite a stir at the time, as he attempted to vindicate the actions of Governor Lowe in relation to allegations against him made by OÕMeara who had refused to pass information to Lowe regarding Napoleon, whom he attended as physician at St. Helena.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
 4.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Don Quixote de La Mancha Translated from the Original Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra by Charles Jarvis Esq. 4 volume set. Stockdale Edition

      London W. Stockdale 1819. G+ : in Good condition plus with marbled eps and edges. Cover slightly rubbed. Some offsetting and light scattered foxing. Book-plates on paste-downs Reprint Contemporary diced calf 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). lxxxviii, 376pp; vii, 403pp; xvi, 370pp; viii, 440pp. Twenty-four hand-coloured aquatint engravings.

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
 5.   Check availability:     TomFolio     Link/Print  


        Traité d'anatomie descriptive (5 volumes)

      Brosson J.-A.,Gabon, Libraire, rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine 1819 - Cinq volumes in-8 (14,5 x 22,5 cm), reliure demi-peau à coins, 464, 624, 460, 472 et 496 pages, dernier ouvrage de Xavier Bichat qui ne put l'achever : Mathieu-François-Régis Buisson le continua (T3 et T4) et Philibert-Joseph Roux le termina (T5) ; ex-libris, marques d'usure sur les coins, mors, plats et bordure des plats, quelques rousseurs à l'intérieur, assez bon état général.

      [Bookseller: Abraxas-libris]
 6.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Memoirs Illustrative of the Life and Writings of. Comprising His Diary, from the Year 1641 to 1705-6, And a Selection of His Familiar Letters. The Whole Now First Published, from the Original Mss. Edited by William Bray.

      London: Henry Colburn 1819 - Second edition. Two volumes. 4to. xxviii, 671, (1); viii, 342, (ii), 336 pp. Contemporary brown polished full calf, spine with wide raised bands, twin gilt lettered labels, richly decorated to the other panels, endpapers and all edges marbled, ownership inscription of a William Lucas dated 1824 to the versos of both frontispieces plus a further note by him stating that he had bought the books in boards and that he had had them bound up. Two frontispieces, a double page view, double page map, double page pedigree and 7 full page plates. Some spotting to the plates and adjacent leaves, a lovely set. The work also includes a record of the private correspondence between Charles I and his Secretary of State Sir Edward Nichols during the Civil War plus that between Sir Edward Hyde (Later Earl of Clarendon) and Sir Richard Browne. First published the year before, Lowndes states that this is "the second and best quarto edition".

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
 7.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Illustrations to Don Quixotte [front cover title]

      [London: Thomas M'Lean, 1819. First edition. 24 hand-colored aquatint plates by J. Clark. Small 4to (11-1/4 x 7-1/2 inches). In original printed tan wrappers as issued with "Price ?1.10s", Wrappers with some soiling and repair, plates clean and crisp. Laid into a crimson cloth folder. This is separate isuue of the plates for the 1819 M'Lean edition of the Jarvis translation of Don Quixote with the same plates with much smaller margins.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
 8.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        Oriental Field Sports, being a complete, detailed, and accurate description of the wild sports of the East

      London: Printed for H.R. Young, 1819. Second Edition. With 40 (of 42) hand-colored plates, mostly aquatints, after Samuel Howitt; lacking the two frontispieces; and lacking the Dedication leaf to George III in volume I. 2 vols. 4to. Contemporary black calf, covers with gilt rules and floral devices, panelled spines gilt, inner dentelles, a.e.g., occasional foxing to text and some marginal spotting to plates; leaf S2 of volume II repaired with cellotape. With 40 Handcolored Plates After Howitt One of the most interesting color-plate books on Eastern sport; it originated with Williamson's oblong folio edition of 1807. Williamson spent 20 years in Bengal, and his work covers a large amount of sporting--and other--information.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
 9.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        The Adventures of Gil Blas, of Santillane. Translated from the French of Le Sage, by T. Smollett

      London: Mawman, 1819. With 15 handcolored plates, J. Smith sc., published by Mawman for this edition. Extra-illustrated with 43 handcolored plates, including Stothard's illustrations, Sharp sculp., 1781. 3 vols. 8vo. Full red morocco gilt, pictorial inlays to upper covers within leafy borders gilt, spines gilt, a.e.g., Spines slightly toned, else fine. A very attractive set. Extra-Illustrated & Finely Bound

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 10.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Travels in Nubia; by the late John Lewis Burckhardt. Published by the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa

      London. John Murray. 1819.. 1819. F. Hardcover. Book 4to. 26.5cm, first edition, xcii.543p., frontis portrait of the author and 3 engraved maps (2 folding), some foxing to the maps, in half dark brown calf, raised bands, blind stamped decorations in the panels, double crimson crushed morocco labels, marbled boards, fine copy(cgc) Born in Lausanne, Burckhardt was educated at Leipzig and Gottingen before coming to England with a letter of introduction to Joseph Banks who was, at this time, a member of the African Association. Banks was sufficiently impressed to welcome his offer to explore the interior of Africa, and in 1809 he embarked for Allepo, N.E. Syria. The state of learning was at a low ebb amongst even the educated section of the population and he had little difficulty in passing himself off as a Mohammedan trader from India, his chosen disguise accounting for any irregularities in his use of the language. He spent two years in the Levant familiarizing himself with the language and culture. He then finally achieved Cairo prior, as he thought, to joining a caravan for Fezzan, which was to be the first stage in his projected search for the source of the Nile. Three things prevented this plan from coming to fruition: the various Wahhaby uprisings, discouraging movement further into the interior; Burckhardt's continual ill-health throughout his stay on the continent; and his own disinclination to leave an area he found absolutely fascinating. His travels included Palmyra, Damascus, Lebanon; a journey up the Nile as far as Darmahass; a Journey across the Nubian Desert to Suakin on the Red Sea; and finally and spectacularly, Mecca and Medina where he became the first recorded European to mingle with the faithful in those Holy Cities. However, his book is less interesting as a geographical tour, than as a compendium of customs, rituals, smells, anecdotes, colours, purchases, conversations, dialects, frustrations, markets, skirmishes, bandits, eunuchs, monuments and deserts. Such was his grasp of the language that he translated Robinson Crusoe into Arabic. His own isolation, combined with a need to observe and understand what he was observing, if he was to survive an alien environment, must have made Defoe's novel a significant text for him. He died in Oct. 1817, of dysentery and was buried in a Mohammedan cemetery under his assumed name, Ibrahim ibn abdullah. .

      [Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)]
 11.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Don Quixote de La Mancha Translated from the Original Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra by Charles Jarvis Esq 4 volume set Stockdale Edition

      London: W. Stockdale. G+ : in Good condition plus with marbled eps and edges. Cover slightly rubbed. Some offsetting and light scattered foxing. Book-plates on paste-downs. 1819. Reprint. Contemporary diced calf. 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). lxxxviii,376pp; vii,403pp; xvi,370pp; viii,440pp. Twenty-four hand-coloured aquatint engravings. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
 12.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  


        ANNALS OF PETERHEAD, from its foundation to the present time: including The Rise, Progress, Improvements, Shipping, Manufactures, Commerce, Trade, Wells, Baths, &c of the Town A Sketch of the Character of the Inhabitants With Plates

      Peterhead, Scotland: Printed at the Auchwedden-Press by the Author. Sold by him, the booksellers in Peterhead, and the principal booksellers in Scotland, 1819. Full Title: "Annals of Peterhead, from its foundation to the present time : including an account of the rise, progress, improvements, shipping, manufactures, commerce, trade, wells, baths, &c. of the town. Also a sketch of the character of the inhabitants, their civil and ecclesiastical state. An excursion to the Bullers of Buchan, Slains Castle &c. with their description, the scenery of the country round, remarks on Dr. Johnson's Tour to the Hebrides &c. Biographical notices of men of learning and genius; among whom are George Earl Marischal, founder of Peterhead, and Marischal College, Aberdeen. With a number of curious articles hitherto unpublished. With plates engraved by the author / By P. Buchan, author of the Recreation of leisure hours, &c.." Approx. 22.5 cm., pp. [ii] - prefatory advert. for Buchan's prospective publication of "An Historical and Authentic Account of the Ancient and Noble Family of Keith, Earls Marischal of Scotland ...," followed by a half-title, [xii], [9]-144. Folding engraved frontispiece view + 4 engraved plates, deckled edges; original boards. Expertly and sympathetically rebacked, corners consolidated, one gathering sprung loose, 2 near invisible paper repairs (one to lower corner of title-page, the other to fore-edge of rear free endpaper, minor offsetting, occasional light foxing. Overall, a very good copy. Contains a chapter, with one plate, on the Greenland Whale Fishing. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/I]
 13.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Don Quixote de La Mancha Translated from the Original Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra by Charles Jarvis Esq. 4 volume set. Stockdale Edition

      W. Stockdale, London 1819 - lxxxviii,376pp; vii,403pp; xvi,370pp; viii,440pp. Twenty-four hand-coloured aquatint engravings. Language: eng G+ : in Good condition plus with marbled eps and edges. Cover slightly rubbed. Some offsetting and light scattered foxing. Book-plates on paste-downs

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
 14.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  


        Mazeppa

      London: John Murray, 1819. First edition, first issue, with imprint on p. [70]. Half title present. 69, [3] pp. + [8] pp ads dated July, 1819. 1 vols. 8vo. Original drab gray wrappers, uncut. Some chips from spine, slightly cocked, but internally quite clean. Very good. Byron's Heroic Poem "Mazeppa" was Byron's heroic poem on the life and adventures of Ivan Stefanovitch Mazeppa. Using Voltaire's "Charles XII" as a basis, Byron has his Mazeppa describe to Charles XII of Sweden his life. He explains why after being ennobled and well-treated by Peter the Great, he chose to change sides mid-battle when Charles XII invaded Russia. The "Fragment" at the back was Byron's contribution to that famous party in Switzerland in response to his "We will each write a ghost story." The best known of these of course being Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein".

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 15.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Repertorium Bibliographicum; or, Some Account of the Most Celebrated British Libraries. [Compiled by the Reverend William Wynken]

      London: W. Clarke, 1819. First edition. Frontispiece, 11 plates. [iii]-xlviii 672, [2], [xxxvi] pp. Printed by J.F. Dove. Introductory note on "A Dialogue in the Shades" and "A Doings at Roxburghe Hall" initialled "W.W.". 8vo (9-3/4 x 6 in.). Polished tan calf a.e.g., by Bedford. Joints cracked, hinges re-inforced. Bookplates of Samuel Putnam Avery & Herschel V. Jones. A history of British libraries, with chapters on the British Museum, Bodleian, Cambridge, and other public libraries, and chapters on private libraries and libraries sold at auction. Beckford helped in the making of this volume, and "A Dialogue in the Shades" (bound in at the end), is attributed to him. "A good book about library catalogues ? The unique feature that commends the Repertorium to me is the 'Index of Books' (pp. 603-673). Accounts of collectors and collections do not usually offer the reader the assistance of such an index" (Taylor, Book Catalogues, p. 39-41).[Bound with:] William Wynken's A Dialogue in the Shades, between William Caxton, Fodius, a Bibliomanic, and William Wynken, Clerk. London, 1817. 8 pp.; A Doings at Roxburghe Hall, a Ballad. London, n.d. 8 pp.; The Diary of Roger Payne, [Preface by T.S.S.], 1821. 10 pp.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
 16.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        Collection of 18th & 19th-century Operas and Farces [7 Total with 1 Signed] [Theater Interest]

      London: Various, 1819. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. (Literature) PEAKE, R. B., John Parry, S. Penley, George Colman the Younger, and Thomas Morton. Bound Collection of seven plays published in London between 1798 and 1819. Several are First Editions. One work signed by author John Parry. Octavo, 8.75 x 5.5 inches. Hardcover, quarter-bound with leather spine and marbled boards. Red leather spine label reads “Operas and Farces.” PO ink stamp and inscriptions on front endpaper. Doodle on back endpaper. Occasional marking or notations in text. Joints starting. Boards quite rubbed and scuffed. Considerable edge wear. Very Good condition overall considering age. PEAKE, R. B. “Walk for a Wager; or, A Bailiff’s Bet, a Musical Farce in Two Acts, First Performed at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, on Monday, August 2, 1819.” London: William Fearman, 1819. First Edition. 72 pages. Final page [72] torn. PARRY, John. “High Notions; or, A Trip to Exmouth, a Musical Entertainment, in Two Acts.” London: R. White, 1819. First Edition. Signed by author and annotated on title page by him in a comical fashion. 38 pages. PENLEY, S. “The Sleeping Draught, a Farce, in Two Acts.” London: Richard White, 1818. First Edition. First Edition. 46 pages. PO name on title page. COLMAN, George, the Younger. “Blue-Beard; or, Female Curiosity!: A Dramatick Romance; First Represented at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane, on Tuesday January 16, 1798.” London: Printed by T. Woodfall, for Messrs Cadell and Davies, 1798. First Edition. 54 pages MORTON, Thomas. “A Roland for an Oliver: A Farce, in Two Acts, First Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden, on Thursday, April 29, 1819.” London: John Miller, 1819. Early Printing. 35 pages. MORTON, Thomas. “Henri Quatre; or, Paris in the Olden Time; a Musical Romance, in Three Acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.” London: Sampson Low, no date given. Stated second edition. 86 pages. MORTON, Thomas. “The Slave: A Musical Drama, in Three Acts.” No title page present. Presumed to be the Second Edition printed for J. Miller by B. McMillan in London, 1818. 70 pages, followed by three pages of song lyrics.

      [Bookseller: Yeomans in the Fork]
 17.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Memoirs Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn, Esq. F.R.S....Comprising His Diary, from the Year 1641 to 1705-6...to which is subjoined The Private Correspondence between King Charles I and His Secretary of State, Sir Edward Nicholas

      London: Printed for Henry Colburn, 1819. Second edition (and the "best quarto edition, " as per Lowndes). With eight engraved plates, two folding, and one folding chart. 2 vols. 4to. Contemporary blue straight grained turkey morocco with an outer border, t.e.g., rest uncut, pink moire endpapers, minor foxing, with the bookplate Sarah Penny. In custom made blue cloth drop boxes. Second and Best Edition of Evelyn's Diary A man whose interests ranged from numismatics to gardening - he was also the author of the aboriculture classic Sylva, 1664. Evelyn (1620-1706) was educated at Balliol, Oxford, held a number of offices under Charles II, and was a founding member and secretary of The Royal Society. His varied interests and activities, and his political participation in the events of the day, make his Diary of particular interest and importance.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 18.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        The Cenci. A Tragedy

      [Livorno], Italy: Printed for C. and J. Ollier Vere Street, Bond Street, 1819. First edition, one of 250 copies, without initial blank. 104 pp. 1 vols. 8vo (9-1/8 x 5-3/4 inches: 232 x 146 mm.). Bound in full green morocco, gilt spine, t.e.g., by Riviere & Sons, professionally rebacked in invisible fashion, spine gilt (very slightly sunned, else fine). Bookplate of Robert Hoe and Blairhame. Hoe Copy of Shelley's verse drama First edition of Shelley's dramatization of this dark tale of parricide, child abuse, and incest - based on actual events - and arguably the most enduring Romantic verse-play. Only 250 copies were printed, according to Shelley himself. According to Grannis, "With the exception of Queen Mab, The Cenci is the only one of Shelley's works which reached a second edition during his lifetime ..." On the other hand, the play was never staged until the Shelley Society produced it on the occasion of Robert Browning's birthday, on May 7, 1886.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
 19.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        The History of the Royal Residences of Windsor Castle, St James's Palace, Carlton House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Buckingham House and Frogmore

      London: A. Dry, 36, Upper Charlotte-Street, Fitzroy-Square. L. Harrison, Printer 373, Strand, 1819. First edition. 33 colored aquatint plates by by T. Sutherland, W.J. Bennett, R. Reeve, and D. Havell after J. Stephanoff, C. Wild, R. Cattermole, W. Westall and G. Samuel. [6], [ii], 188, 21, [1, blank]pp. 1 vols. Large 4to (12.75 x 10.75 inches: 320 x 278 mm). Bound in full straight grained contemporary crimson morocco, a.e.g. Ex-library with 19th-century label to front paste-down and stamps to title page (the plates are not marked), else fine.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 20.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        L'Art de Faire le Vin

      Paris: Deterville, 1819. "Deuxième édition" [i.e. third edition]. Folding plate by J.E. Thierry at rear showing distillation process. xvi, 381, [1] pp. 8vo. Unopened in original publisher's rose wrappers with yellow paper spine and paper spine label with manuscript title. Some wear and creasing to wrappers and spine, soiling and light foxing to front and back matter. The third edition of this French manual on wine production, first published in 1801, followed by a second edition in 1807. Here in its original rose paper wrappers, uncut and unopened. Chaptal (1756-1832) was an important figure in the application of chemistry to modern industry. He invented the process of chaptalization, by which sugar is added to unfermented grape must in order to increase the alcohol content after fermentation.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 21.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Illustrations to Don Quixotte [front cover title]

      [London: Thomas M'Lean, 1819. First edition. 24 hand-colored aquatint plates by J. Clark. Small 4to (11-1/4 x 7-1/2 inches). In original printed tan wrappers as issued with "Price £1.10s", Wrappers with some soiling and repair, plates clean and crisp. Laid into a crimson cloth folder. Clark, J. Clark, J. First edition. 24 hand-colored aquatint plates by J. Clark. Small 4to (11-1/4 x 7-1/2 inches). This is separate isuue of the plates for the 1819 M'Lean edition of the Jarvis translation of Don Quixote with the same plates with much smaller margins.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 22.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Beskrifning öfver Bohuslänska fiskarne utgifven af Kongl. Vettenskaps och Vitterhs Samhället i Götheborg, I-III häftet.

      Göteborg Tryckt hos Sam. Norberg, 1819-22. I. häfte : Gravert tittelbl. + serietittelbl. (4) + X + 54 s. 6 helsides håndkolorerte kobberstikk. II. häfte : Gravert tittelbl. 63 + (1 blank). 7 helsides kobberstikk, hvorav 6 håndkolorerte. III. häfte : Gravert tittelbl. + serietittelbl. (2) + 70 s. 6 helsides håndkolorerte kobberstikk. Bundet i nær samt. kartonerte omsl. Ubeskåret.. Et usedvanlig rent og fint eksemplar av dette sjeldne verk. Near contemporary blue boards. Part I. Engraved title-page, 6 handcoloured engraved plates. Part II. Engraved title-page, 7 engraved plates (6 handcoloured). Part III. 6 handcoloured engraved plates. A fine and clean set. Rare

      [Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat]
 23.   Check availability:     Antikvariat     Link/Print  


        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! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
 24.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Recueil de dissertations sur différens sujets d?antiquité (unito a:) Sur la statue antique de Vénus découverte dans l?ile de Milo en 1820 e transportée à Paris ? 2 tomi in unico vol.

      De l?Imprimerie Royale chez De Bure frères, Libraires du Roi et de la Bibliothèque du Roi 1819-1821 edizione in soli 50 esemplari, in 4° gr., pp. 424, 32, leg. in p / pelle moderna con nervi, fregi e tit. su tass. in oro al ds., emblema reale sul 1° front., 8 magnifiche tavv. f.t. di cui 6 ripieg. Due di queste tavv. sono veramente eccezionali, stupendamente incise e colorate: la prima (cm. 35x45) rappresenta lo scudo di Achille con al centro il simbolo del Sole contornato dai segni zodiacali e da scene della vita pubblica, di carattere intellettuale, militare, dilettevole e agreste; la seconda (cm 40x52) rappresenta lo straordinario carro funerario che trasporta il corpo di Alessandro da Babilonia in Egitto, secondo la descrizione di Diodoro Siculo. Le ?Dissertations? che compongono questa raccolta sono estratte dalle ?Mémoires de l?Académie des inscriptions et belles - lettres de l?Institu? , le cui tavv. sono tutte in b / n; solo in questa ediz. sono state accuratamente colorate (avvertenza dell?editore). Ottimo esempl. di questa bella ediz. in barbe, su carta pesante e ben impressa, con solo qualche leggera fiorit. ad alcune cc. Due tavv. dell?ultima dissertazione sono state erroneamente posposte nel 2° tomo. Molto raro, ne esiste solo una copia (mutila) nelle biblioteche nazionali (fonte ICCU).

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Amadeus]
 25.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


        The True Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine John Smith in Europe, Asia, Africke, and America: Beginning About the Yeere 1593, and Continued to This Present 1629

      Richmond, VA: The Franklin Press. 1819. First US Edition. Hardcover. In two volumes. [12], 247pp; xi, 282pp. Original boards with paper labels lettered in black affixed to the spine panels. Edges uncut. Engraved frontispieces, two large foldout maps of Virginia (one with multiple vignettes), and a large foldout plate also divided in multiple vignettes. A beautiful set in the untouched original bindings with some light wear to spines. Scarce, especially in this condition. Sabin 20373. ; Octavo .

      [Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad]
 26.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England. to which is added an historical view of the affairs of Ireland.

      The Clarendon Press, Oxford 1819 - 3 vols bound in 6. 8vo. Pp 404; 405 to 964; 613; 615 to 989; 635; 637 to1213; index, unpaginated. Full calf, contrasting labels. Rubbed and with 4 hinges a little tender. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd.]
 27.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Oriental Field Sports. Two Volumes

      1819. WILLIAMSON, Captain Thomas. Oriental Field Sports; Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East. Two volumes in one. Illustrated with 2 engraved title-pages and 40 hand-coloured aquatint plates by Howitt. Folio, 330 x 225 mm, bound in original publisher's black straight-grained morocco, elaborately gilt, wide gilt border round sides, large hunting vignette (engraved by "Knights") gilt stamped on both covers, hunting scenes gilt in spine compartments, a.e.g. London: H.R. Young, 1819. |~||~||~||~||~| "Second Edition," an excellent copy in the elaborately gilt publisher's full morocco binding. The work is justly celebrated for Samuel Howitt's forty hand-coloured aquatint engravings of dynamic hunting and sporting scenes of the period. The work gave a rapt British public an eye-witness view of one of the most exotic, mysterious and beautiful places of the Empire. First published as an oblong folio in 1807, and again in reduced format in 1808, the work represents the first real study of wild elephants according to Prof. Lahiri-Choudhury's The Great Indian Elephant Book (Oxford University Press, 1999). In addition, the work includes the natural history for rhinoceroses, tigers, leopards, bears, deer, buffalo, wolves, wild boar, jackalls, wild dogs, feathered game, fish, and serpents. The work is interspersed with anecdotes by Captain Thomas Williamson, who served nearly twenty years in Bengal. The drawings by Howitt include "Hunting an Old Buffalo," "Beating Sugar Canes for a Hog," "The Hog at Bay," "Killing Game in Boats," "Chase after a Wolf, when Carrying off a Lamb" and many other beautiful prints. Minor rubbing to binding, some minor foxing. PROVENANCE: Mary Duchess of Bedford, with her feline ex-libris dated 1899; "P.G. / Skinos" with his ex-libris. Schwerdt 2156. For the first edition see: Tooley 508. Abbey, Travel 427. Mellon, Sporting and Animal Prints pp. 202-3. Prideaux 281-83.

      [Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books]
 28.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      O. O., 9. IX. 1819.. 1 S. 4to.. "Mon cher Monsieur Moron, un picard d'Abbeville (nomme M. Acker) qui a une fort bonne voix de basse, vient de me venir trouver desirant beaucoup d'etudier a votre Ecole. C'est un tout jeune homme, d'une tres bonne conduite et dont ou m'a donne des bons renseignements. Je ne veut pas prejuger votre jugement, mais il me semble qu'il [ ]". - Der spätere Musikdirektor der kaiserlichen Kapelle Napoleons erhielt seine musikalische Ausbildung an der Sängerschule der Kathedrale zu Abbeville (vgl. MGG VIII, 670f.).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
 29.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Picturesque scenery in the Holy Land and Syria, delineated during the campaigns of 1799 and 1800. Second edition.

      London, B. R. Howlett for Thomas McLean, 1819. - Folio (500 x 350 mm). IV, 42 pp. With 19 aquatints by Edward Orme after sketches by Spilsbury in original hand colour. Contemp. half cloth with red boards and printed label to upper cover. Second edition of English naval surgeon Francis Spilsbury’s account of his travels in the Holy Land and Syria during the Napoleonic campaigns there, with 19 finely hand-colored folio aquatint views. Spilsbury was surgeon on board HMS Tigre during the campaigns of 1799 and 1800. The Tigre brought Sir William Sidney Smith to defend Acre against Napoleon’s siege, and led a naval force in support of Turkish armies which finally relieved Acre, and his text gives some account of the military campaigns and the Turkish dignitaries. In his reminiscences Napoleon accused Smith of making him miss his destiny, as Smith’s timely appearance thwarted Napoleon’s drive to invade Syria and forced him to retreat to Egypt. The views are mostly connected with the coastal towns of modern Lebanon and Israel, though several are from Spilsbury’s travels inland to meet the Grand Vizier in charge of the Turkish army, Jezzar Pacha, and other dignitaries. First published in folio in 1803, with a mezzotint portrait of Sir William Sidney Smith that was not included in this second edition; a third followed in 1823. - Some staining to covers; aquatints are perfectly preserved. Tooley 464. Cf. Atabey 1168f. Blackmer 1585. Abbey, Travel 381. Colas 2788. Weber II, 835. Aboussouan 852. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
 30.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        [Manuscript Ledger]: "Waste Book, Downpatrick" (July-December, 1819)

      Downpatrick, [Northern Ireland]. 1819. Manuscript ledgers. Two small folios, spanning the months July--December, 1819. [22]pp., [20]pp. The first with one leaf removed at the rear, the second bumped at the corners, both very good. Hand ruled in ink, with three narrow right hand columns for the listing of monetary sums in pounds, shillings, and pence (L.s.d.). Both ledgers contain detailed business accounts that include inventories of merchandise received and sold (food and wine, leather goods, wool, and other sundries), client debts, cash receipts, bills, and related information. Both also have poems written on the last leaf in a different hand: the first ledger with a long two-page poetic song relating to Ireland's heroic Christian heritage; and the second with two poems on the last page, one of which is a manuscript copy of "The Frozen Brook," published in the November, 1819 issue of the Sporting Magazine, and signed "W.U." The poem warns a young maiden, Rosa, to tread carefully lest she lose her beauty, and by insinuation her virginal purity, through a single misstep. Other poems signed "W.U." were published at this time, but his identity is unknown. An intriguing set of ledgers from Downpatrick. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 31.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        All three of the most important contemporary accounts of the Champ d'Asile colony sold together

      Paris: various, 1819. First. hardcover. very good. The titles are: (1.) (L'Heritier, Louis Francois). Le Champ-D'Asile, Tableau Topographique et Historique du Texas...folding map of Texas and Louisiana. viii, 247 pages, 8vo, handsomely rebound in new full blue morocco; (some light foxing). Paris: Ladvocat, 1819. Second Edition. (2.) Le Champ-D'Asile au Texas. Par C.D. folding plate of colony. 107 pages, 18mo, handsomely rebound in new full blue morocco, uncut. Paris: Tiger, no date, (circa 1820). (3.). Hartmann, (L.). et Millard, Le Texas, ou Notice Historique sur Le Champ D'Asile. folding plate of colony's fortifications. [10], 135 pages, 8vo, disbound, and laid in a new handsome green cloth folding case with tan morocco label; (light foxing throughout). Paris: Beguin, 1819. First Edition. Le Texas is signed by L. Hartmann. Sold together as a collection. Charles Lallemand founded Champ d'Asile "...in a grand scheme to establish in Texas a French military colony which might aid Joseph Bonaparte to win the crown of Mexico, or at least, provide an asylum for French refugees." Webb, Handbook of Texas II, page 13. "Champ d'Asile was a settlement of Napoleonic exiles on the Trinity River near the present town of Liberty, Texas." The colonists first arrived in Galveston in January of 1818. "Obtaining boats from Jean Laffite, the company set out for its destination on the Trinity River. The men erected strong military fortifications and later built dwelling houses of logs. In defiance of Spain's decree against settlement in this region, General Lallemand issued to the world on May 11, 1818, a manifesto setting forth, 'the natural rights' of all men to seek homes in unoccupied lands. He then drew up a code of laws 'founded on justice, friendship, and disinterestedness.' All property was held in common. More occupied with military exercises and hunting than with cultivation of the soil, the group soon became short of food. When friendly Indians brought information that Spanish soldiers from San Antonio were on the march against the little fort, the group took boat back to Galveston Island, where they made camp to await General Lallemand's return from New Orleans with supplies." Webb, Handbook of Texas I, page 328. A hurricane arrived and flooded Galveston Island. Many of the French colonists were killed. The survivors sailed to New Orleans on a ship provided by Jean Laffite or went overland to Louisiana. Hartmann and Millard, Le Texas...includes the diaries of Hartmann and Millard, General Lallemand's declaration of May 11, 1818, and a list of the colonists. "(This work is)...an indispensable source and by far the best of the group." Streeter Texas 1069. Howes H-270. Raines page 109. Sabin 30706. L'Heritier, Le Champ D'Asile contains the text of General Lallemand's.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store ]
 32.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


        Journal, Acts and Proceedings, of The Convention, Assembled At Philadelphia, Monday, May 14, and Dissolved Monday, September

      Thomas B. Wait, Boston, MA, 1819, hardcover, Book Condition: GoodSeptember 17, 1787 which formed the Constitution of the U.S. . Good. Good ex-library from Library of Congress, duplicate. Leather-bound hardcover, some foxing, corner of endpapers stained, front cover and flyleaf detached, cover bumped and scuffed, interior has Library of Congress bookplate and previous owner's name, James Archer. Title page has surplus Library of Congress stamp and name beginning with F-something Archer and date 1820. Interior is unmarked and nice conditon. .

      [Bookseller: Books Below]
 33.   Check availability:     Bookzangle     Link/Print  


        Nonnberg - Festung

      . Der Nonnberg und die Vestung zu Salzburg. Lithographie v. Domenico Quaglio aus "Sammlung denkwürdiger Gebäude des Mittelalters in Teutschland" München 1819-21, 36 x 41,5 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 1132 / 3 - Fuhrmann, Salzburg in alten Ansichten. Nr. 114 u. Tafel 73.- Inkunabel der Lithographie.- Bis zum Bildrand beschnitten.

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller]
 34.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        A DISSERTATION ON THE DISORDER OF DEATH

      1819. WHITER, Walter. A DISSERTATION ON THE DISORDER OF DEATH. Or That State Of The Frame Under The Signs of Death Called Suspended Animation; To Which Remedies Have Been Sometimes Successfully Applied, As In Other Disorders, In Which It Is Recommended, That The Same Remedies Of The Resuscitative Process Should Be Applied To Cases Of Natural Death, As They Are To Cases Of Violent Death, Drowning, &c, Under The Same Hope Of Sometimes Succeeding In The Attempt. Norwich: Printed For The Author, 1819. 8vo., early brown half-calf leather & marbled boards. First Edition. The author believes that the dead should be preserved with the view of restoration to life. An rare title in the first edition! Very Good (some general wear to the binding; ink name front blank page; another ink name [Caleb Elwin] & small ink initials on title page). $1,500.00.

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books]
 35.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Oeuvres de Montesquieu. Nouv. ed. Contenant l'eloge de Montesquieu par Villemain, les notes d'Helvetius, de Condorcet et la commentaire de Voltaire sur l'Esprit des lois 8 Tomes

      Paris Lequien 1819. 8 Tomes, 8 Bände / demi-veau l'epoque / Halblederbände der Zeit, 8°, 1: Esprit des lois (1819) XVI, 350 pages / 2: Esprit des lois (1819) 339 pages / 3: Esprit des lois (1819) 378 pages / 4: Esprit des lois (1819) 352 pages / 5: Grandeur des Romains (1819) 272 pages / 6: Lettres persanes (1819) XII, 386 pages / 7: Oeuvres diverses (1819) 459 pages / 8: Ecrits sur Montesquieu (1819) 322 pages, bon etat, sans le frontispice, ohne dem Frontispiz.

      [Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT BERND]
 36.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


        Views in Sussex

      1819. TURNER, J.M.W. Views in Sussex. [24], 20 pp. Illustrated with full-page engraved map, and 5 full page steel-engraved plates cut by W. B. Cooke after original designs by Turner. Large folio, 500 x 350 mm, bound in original publisher's printed wrappers, in publisher's half green morocco chemise with etched title label pasted on, preserved in folding, felt-lined brown cloth box. London: John Murray, 1819. |~||~||~||~||~||~| First Edition. A very rare series of views executed by W.B. Cooke after drawings made by J.M.W. Turner. The work was commissioned by Member of Parliament for Sussex, John "Mad Jack" Fuller, who wanted a record of the county. Three parts and a total of 14 engravings were planned, however, only Part 1 was published. It includes a map of The Rape of Hastings, "Battle Abbey," "Brightling Observatory," "The Vale of Asherburnham," "Pevensey Bay," and "The Vale of Heathfield." Each illustration is followed by a letterpress description. Turner also designed the etching pasted on to the boards of the portfolio, and interesting emblematic design representing the Saxon defeat at the Battle of Hastings. The portfolio only appears in four American institutions according to Worldcat and seven altogether world wide. Some wear to the chemise and minor browning, but overall a fine copy in original condition. PROVENANCE: Anthony David Estill, with his bookplate on the inside of the chemise.

      [Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books]
 37.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        All three of the most important contemporary accounts of the Champ d'Asile colony sold together

      various, Paris 1819 - Charles Lallemand founded Champ d'Asile ".in a grand scheme to establish in Texas a French military colony which might aid Joseph Bonaparte to win the crown of Mexico, or at least, provide an asylum for French refugees." Webb, Handbook of Texas II, page 13. "Champ d'Asile was a settlement of Napoleonic exiles on the Trinity River near the present town of Liberty, Texas." The colonists first arrived in Galveston in January of 1818. "Obtaining boats from Jean Laffite, the company set out for its destination on the Trinity River. The men erected strong military fortifications and later built dwelling houses of logs. In defiance of Spain's decree against settlement in this region, General Lallemand issued to the world on May 11, 1818, a manifesto setting forth, 'the natural rights' of all men to seek homes in unoccupied lands. He then drew up a code of laws 'founded on justice, friendship, and disinterestedness.' All property was held in common. More occupied with military exercises and hunting than with cultivation of the soil, the group soon became short of food. When friendly Indians brought information that Spanish soldiers from San Antonio were on the march against the little fort, the group took boat back to Galveston Island, where they made camp to await General Lallemand's return from New Orleans with supplies." Webb, Handbook of Texas I, page 328. A hurricane arrived and flooded Galveston Island. Many of the French colonists were killed. The survivors sailed to New Orleans on a ship provided by Jean Laffite or went overland to Louisiana. Hartmann and Millard, Le Texas.includes the diaries of Hartmann and Millard, General Lallemand's declaration of May 11, 1818, and a list of the colonists. "(This work is).an indispensable source and by far the best of the group." Streeter Texas 1069. Howes H-270. Raines page 109. Sabin 30706. L'Heritier, Le Champ D'Asile contains the text of General Lallemand's. The titles are: (1.) (L'Heritier, Louis Francois). Le Champ-D'Asile, Tableau Topographique et Historique du Texas.folding map of Texas and Louisiana. viii, 247 pages, 8vo, handsomely rebound in new full blue morocco; (some light foxing). Paris: Ladvocat, 1819. Second Edition. (2.) Le Champ-D'Asile au Texas. Par C.D. folding plate of colony. 107 pages, 18mo, handsomely rebound in new full blue morocco, uncut. Paris: Tiger, no date, (circa 1820). (3.). Hartmann, (L.). et Millard, Le Texas, ou Notice Historique sur Le Champ D'Asile. folding plate of colony's fortifications. [10], 135 pages, 8vo, disbound, and laid in a new handsome green cloth folding case with tan morocco label; (light foxing throughout). Paris: Beguin, 1819. First Edition. Le Texas is signed by L. Hartmann. Sold together as a collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
 38.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Etui-Bibliothek der deutschen Classiker

      1819. TRAVELLING LIBRARY. Etui-Bibliothek der deutschen Classiker. Text in German. One hundred volumes in five travelling boxes in black morocco, the first box has been replaced and is bound in brown calf. 12mo., 105 x 78 mm, bound in original publisher's red cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Heilbronn, G.G. Strasser, 1819. A vast, well-preserved travel library comprising seminal works of Germanic literature from notable romantics to the Weimar classicists. The collection includes poetry, dramas, philosophical essays, folklore, and other writings by prominent contemporaries of Goethe. Of particular interest are the dramatic works of Schiller, including Die Räuber, Kabale und Liebe, and Mary Stuart, the poetry of Novalis and Klopstock, and the philosophical works of Kant, Mendelssohn and Fichte. Each chapter of this compendium is illustrated with a finely engraved portrait of the author or protagonist. A bright, clean set. Complete contents: 1. Gedichte von Friedrich Schiller. Heilbronn, G.G. Strasser, 1819. Frontispiz, XII, 195 SS. 2. Oden von Friedrich Gottlob Klopstock. Aachen, F.W. Forstmann, l817. Frontispiz, XVI, 158 SS. 3. Idyllen von Salomon Gessner. Aachen, F. W. Forstmann, 1817. Frontispiz, XXVIII, 1 Bl.., 160 SS. 4. Emilia Gallotti von Gotthold Epharaim Lessing. Aachen, F. W. Forstmann, 1817. Frontispiz, 159 SS. 5. Maria Stuart von Friedrich Schiller. Aachen, F.W. Forstmann, 1815. Front., XIV, 1 Bl., 239 SS. 6. Gedichte von L.H.C. Hölty. Aachen, F.W. Forstmann, 1817. Front., XX, 154 SS. 7. Gedichte von Gottfr. August Bürger. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front., XIV, 144 SS. 8. Phädon, von Moses Mendelssohn. Aachen, F.W. Forstmann, 1817. Front., VIII, 183 SS. 9. Wallenstein von Friedrich Schiller (1. Teil). Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, 255 SS.10. Wallenstein von Friedrich Schiller (2. Teil). Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, 288 SS. 11. Gedichte von Johann Nikolas Götz . Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front., XVI, 128 SS. 12. Der Philosoph für die Welt von J.J. Engel. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, XIV, 1 Bl., 128 SS. 13. Satyren von Gottlieb Wilhelm Rabener. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, XIV, 1 B1., 208 SS. 15. Gedichte von Karl Heinrich Heydenreich. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, XIV, 1 B1., 143 SS. 14. Die Jungfrau von Orleans von Schiller. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front., 256 SS. 16. Gedichte von Johann Gottfried Seume, Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, XIV, 1 Bl, 127 SS. 17. Oberon von C.M. Wieland. (1. Teil). Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, VIII, 231 SS. 18. Oberon von C.M. Wieland (2. Tell). Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, 238 SS. 19. Poesien von Joh. Gottfr. von Herder. Aachen, Forstmann, 1818. Front, XII, 2 Bll, 174 SS. 20. Schi11er. Die Braut von Messina. Aachen, Forstmann, 1815. Front, XXXII, 1 Bl, 160 SS. 21. Wilhelm Tell von Schiller. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, 254 SS. 22. Gedichte von Franz v. Sonnenberg. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XIV, 143 SS. 23. Gedichte von Ewald Christian v. Klist. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front , XIV, 1 Bl, 158 SS. 24. Regulus von Collin. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XI, 196 SS. 25. Gedichte von Joh. Wilh. Ludw. Gleim. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XVI, 191 SS. 26. Gedichte von Alois B1umauer. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, X, 1 Bl, 131 SS. 27. Die Räuber von Schiller. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XII, 323 SS. 28. Humoristische Schriften von Georg Christoph Lichtenberg. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XII, 178 SS. 29. Gellert's Fabeln und Erzählungen. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XVIII, 222 SS. 30. Gedichte von Chr. Friedr. Dan. Schubart. Aachen, Forstmann, 1816. Front, XVI, 144 SS.31. Fiesko von Schiller. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, VIII, 280 SS (127, 182, 183, 130). 32. Von der Einsamkeit. J.G. Ritter von Zimmermann. Aachen, Forstmann, 1817. Front, XIV, 1 Bl., 79 SS. 33. Gedichte von J.P. Uz. Zwichkau, Schumann, 1817. Front, XII, 148 SS. 34. Gedichte von Theodor Körner. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1817. Front, XX, 140. 35. Kabale und Liebe von Schiller. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1817. Front, VIII, 214 SS. 36. Proben aus den Deutschen Minnesänger. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1817. Front, XX, 137 SS. 37. Landleben von Chr. Cay Lorenz Hirschfeld. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1817 . Front, XII, 148 SS. 38. Gedichte von G.K. Pfeffel. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1817. Front, XVI, 144 SS. 39. Volksmärchen v. J.C.A. Musäus. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1818. Front, XI, 212 SS. 40. Vor1esung und Reden von Joh. Gottlieb Fichte. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1821. Front, XII, 196 SS. 4l. Gedichte v. J.H.V. Collin. Heilbronn, G.G. Strasser, 1819. Front, VIII, 200 SS. 42. 1. Boners Edelstein 2. Der arme Heinrich. von Hartmann von Aue. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1819 . Front, XII, 162 SS. 43 Gedichte v. G.K. Pfeffe1s. Zwickau, Schuhmann, 1823. Front, VIII, 152 SS. 44. Ardinghello v. Wilhelm Heinse. Heilbronn, 1819. Front, X, 228 SS. 45. Ardinghello v. Wilh. Heinse. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1819. Front, 186 SS, 3 Bll. 46. Gedichte von Moritz August v. Thümmel. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1819. Front, XII, 74, 162. 47. Novalis Schriften. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1819. Front, XII, 176 SS. 48. Poesien und Fragmente von Novalis. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1819. Front, 192 SS. 49. Lied der Niebelungen. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1820. Front. XVI, 224 SS. 50. Gedichte v. J.B. von Alxingers. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1820. Front, XII, 195 SS. 51. Gotth. Abraham Kästner: Epigramme. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1820. Front, X, 182 SS. 52. Thomas Abbt: vom Verdienste. Heilbronn, Strasser 1820. Front, IX, l50 SS. 53. Reinecke Fuchs v. Fr. Rassmann. Ronneburg, 1820. Front, XVI, 208 SS. 54 . Johann Georg Jacobi: Auser1esene Dichtungen. Front, XII, 212 SS. 55. Klopstock: Messias (l. Tell). Heilbronn, 1821. Front, LXII, 223 SS. 56. Klopstock: Messias (2. Teil). Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, XXII, 264 SS. 57. Ulr. v. Zatzichoven: Lanzelet de Lax. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1821. Front 158 SS. 58. Schriften von Karl Theod. v. Dalberg. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1821. Front, XII, 116. 59. Lyrische Gedichte v. H. Theob. Kosegarten's. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1821. Front, VIII, 120 SS. 60. Gedichte von Friedr. Wilhelm Gotter. Heilbronn, 1821. Front, XIV, 144. 61. - Sebastian Brandt 's Narrenschiff - Thomas Murners Schelmenzunft Heilbronn, Strasser, 1821. Front, 156 SS. 62. Aug. Gottl. Meissner: auserlesene Schriften. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, IX, 210 SS. 63. Gedichte der Brüder Chr. und Fritz Leopald, Graf v. Stolberg. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, XII, 212 SS. 64. Auszüge aus Hans Sachs. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, XVI, 240 SS. 65. Fried. Rassmann: Rollenhagens Froschmäusler. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, XV, 176 SS. 66. Gedichte von Paul Flemming. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1822. Front, XVI 136 SS. 1 B1. 67. August Apel: Cicaden. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1823. Front, XII, 180 SS. 68. S.G. Bürde: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1823. Front, IX, 116 SS. 69. Aehrenlese aus Peter Abraham à Santa Claras Schriften. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1823. Front, 156 SS. 1 Bl. 70. Auszug des Besten aus Logan, Wernicke u. Gryph. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1823. Front, 170 SS, 256 SS. 71. Auszüge aus Martin Luther, Joh. Fischart und B. Walchs. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1823. Front, 205 SS. 72. Martin Opitz/Georg Rudolf Weckerlin. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1824. Front. XII, 274 SS. 73. Liskov: Auserwählte Satyren. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1824. 192 SS. 74. Brokes: Irdisches Vergnügen. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1824. Front, VII, 184 SS. (1 BL Vortitel fehlend). 75. canitz: Gedichte / Bodmers: Noachide. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1824. Front, VIII, 213 SS. 76. Albr. v. Haller: Auser1esene Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, l824. Front, X, 211 SS. 77. Hagedom: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XIV, 208 SS. 78. Dusch: Moralische Briefe. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, VII, 175 SS. 79. Joh. Joachim Winkelmann: Kunst-Abhandlungen. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XI, 211 SS. 80. Lichtwehr Fabeln. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XIII, 160 SS. 81. Justus Möser: Patriotisohe Fantasien. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XI, 79 SS. 82. L. Karschin: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XIV, 144 SS. 83. Joh. Arnold Ebert: Auserlesene Episteln und Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front. VIII, 146 SS. 84. Kant: B1umenlese. Hei1bronn, Strasser, 1827. Front, XII, 180 SS. 85. Ramler, Karl. Wi1h. : Auserlesene Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XI, 173 SS. 86. Just. Friedr. Wilhelm Zachariä's Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser., 1825. Front, IX, 212 SS. 87. Christian Felix Weise: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1825. Front, XI, 180 SS. 88. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, XI , 112 SS. 89. Gottlob Wilhelm Burmann: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, XIV, 175 SS. 90. Joh. Christoph Rost: Die gelungendsten. Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, X, 142 SS. 91. J.C. B1um: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1828. Front, XII, 177 SS. 92. Matthias Claudius: Gedichte und Prose. Front, XIII, 143 SS. 93. Lavater: Schweizerlieder und Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, XIII, 164 SS. 94. Christian Garve: Schriften. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1827. Front, VIII, 1 B1, 164 SS. 95. Joh. Müller: Briefe eines jungen Ge1ehrten. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1827. Front, 189 SS. 96. Von Hippel: Ueber die Ehe. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1828. Front, VI, 1 Bl, 2l.3 SS. 97. Meissners Fabeln. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, VIII, 136 SS. 98. Anton Wall: Bagatellen. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, 182 SS. 99. Ernst Schulze: Gedichte. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1827. Front, VIII, 149 SS, 1 Bl.100. August von Kotzebue: Aphorismen. Heilbronn, Strasser, 1826. Front, 158 SS.

      [Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books]
 39.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


        Voyage du jeune Anarchasis en Grèce, vers le milieu du quatrième siècle avant l'ère vulgaire

      New edition. Binders half sheepskin eggplant, smooth back slightly past adorned with gold, small traces of rubbing on some back arabesques, golden wheels on the caps, caps threadbare with some few small gaps, framing a golden thread on the dishes with a romantic setting-stamped, gilt laurel leaves surmounted by a golden crown and having the word "college Chateau-Thierry Ainse" hit the centers of the first dishes dotted gilt cups, guards and contreplats paper to tank, marbled edges, bindings of the time. Our copy is full of his unusual atlas which almost always lack. The complete atlas of its 31 engraved plates on the date of 1819 is connected in full sheepskin navy, flat spine decorated with gilt double fillets with two snags restored mishaps on cuts. Some spots. Lebigre frères Paris 1819-1834 13x21cm pour les volumes de texte & 19x25,5cm pour l'atlas 6 volumes reliés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 40.   Check availability:     Direct From Bookseller     Link/Print  


        La panhypocrisiade ou le spectacle infernal du XVIème siècle & Suite de la Panhypocrisiade

      Original editions. Binding to bradel half red calico with corners, smooth back with a gold finial, dates and golden double thread tail piece as black shagreen with a scratch, contemporary binding. Send the author on the second volume. Few marginal foxing without much gravity, a tiny work to top the last two pages and not affect the text. Very rare set. Firmin Didot & G. Doyen Paris 1819 & 1832 15x23cm 2 volumes reliés en 1

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 41.   Check availability:     Direct From Bookseller     Link/Print  


        Driving a Bear out of Sugar Canes. Chassant un Ours des Cannes se Sucre.

      Aquatint engraving with original hand-colour. Dimensions: 375 by 490mm. (14.75 by 19.25 inches). For Oriental Field Sports, "The most beautiful book on Indian sport in existence" (Schwerdt). Captain Williamson was an extremely talented amateur artist who had built up a fine collection of sketches suitable for turning in to aquatint. He teamed up with Howett - a notable sportsman as well as an industrious engraver of animals to produce this magnificent work, widely considered to contain the finest images of field sports of the Orient. By their very nature aquatint books were always very expensive, but the British public had a great curiosity about India and Williamson's work helped satisfy this desire to know more about the customs of Britain's new addition to the empire.

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
 42.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


        Memoirs Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Evelyn, Esq F R S - 2 Volumes

      London: Printed for Henry Colburn and Sold By John and Arthur Arch, 1819. Comprising his diary from the year 1641 to 1706-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. To which is subjoined the private correspondence between King Charles 1 and his Secretarty of State Sir Edward Nicholas 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 Charles 1 and the usurpation. Vol. 1. xxviii, 671pp + double page genealogical chart and seven plates two of which are double page. Vol 2. v, (3), 342pp, (2), 336pp and four plates. Full morocco tooled in blind and gilt recently rebacked with spines relaid. The text pages are clean with ocassional ligt foxing. Most of the plates are medium to heavily foxed. These are handsome volumes which would grace any library.. Second Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good. 310x240mm.

      [Bookseller: Wadard Books]
 43.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

______________________________________________________________________________


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     562 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     


Copyright © 2018 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.