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        La Divina Commedia. Illustrata di Note da Romualdo Zotti. Dell' Inferno. Del Purgatorio. Il Paradiso. Vita di Dante.

      Presso di R. Zotti, Londra (London) 1819 - 1819-1820. 3 vol. (3 Bände). Rot. Ledereinbände mit Rücken- und Deckelgoldprägung. Sprache: Italienisch, ohne Porträt! Einbände geringf. berieben, vereinzelte Bleistiftanstr., schöne Exemplare 1800 Gramm. Seconda Edizione di nuove osservazioni accresciuta [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vue de l'Isle de T?n?dos, dans l'Archipel

      P. Didot l'ain, [Paris 1819 - A fine view of Tenedos Island in the Archipelago, from Melling's grand work 'Voyage Pittoresque de Constantinople et des rives du Bosphore' Born in Lorraine in 1763, Antoine Ignace Melling, artist and voyager, was trained in architecture and painting. At the age of 19, he went to Constantinople as part of the Russian Ambassador's retinue. After successfully completing several commissions for Hatice Sultan, the sister of Selim III, which included the renovation of her palace at Ortake?, Melling was employed as the Sultan's architect in 1795. His position as Royal architect gave him a privileged opportunity to observe the Ottoman court, and during his eighteen years there, he made many detailed drawings of the Sultan's palaces, Ottoman society, and Constantinople and its environs. Within a year of returning to Paris in 1803, Melling published a prospectus for the 'Voyage pittoresque', the first thirteen livraisons of which were published in 1809. He completed the engravings for this work in 1819. Cf. Atabey 798; cf. Blackmer 1105; cf. Brunet III, 1591; cf. Lipperheide 1431. Hand-coloured engraving by Schroeder, Le Rouge, and Duparc after Melling. (Two skillfully repaired tears to upper margin, one effecting the image area).

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        PETER PIPER'S PRACTICAL PRINCIPLES OF PLAIN AND PERFECT PRONUNCIATION. To Which is added a Collection of Moral and Entertaining Conundrums

      London, J. Harris and Son, 1819.SECOND EDITION 1819, 12mo, approximately 170 x 100 mm, 6¾ x 4 inches, hand coloured decorative floral frontispiece with narrow greek key border, title page dated 1819, plus 24 jolly almost half page hand coloured illustrations for each letter of the alphabet (XYZ share an illustration), tongue - twister text in verse below each image using the appropriate letter of the ABC, pages: (1 - 6), 7 - 35, (1), Conundrums occupy pages 31 - 35, 35v is a blank. LACKING ORIGINAL PRINTED WRAPPERS, rebound long ago in full black calf, neatly rebacked more recently, gilt rules to spine and one either side of spine, gilt title, marbled endpapers. Covers and corners just slightly worn, neat repairs to inner paper hinges, ink name on 1 front endpaper, faint browning to verso frontispiece, very small pale brown stain on frontispiece, faint offsetting from frontispiece onto title page, some light thumbing to margins, a very occasional very small light stain, very small closed tear to inner edge of page 25 / 26, another to upper edge of final page of Conundrums (page 35), both very neatly repaired and neither affecting text, original needle holes of old repair just showing on Conundrums page. A good plus copy, lacking wrappers as noted. First published in 1813 in slightly smaller format. Moon page 90, No.629 (2). The 1819 edition described by Moon does not have the 5 pages of Conundrums nor are they announced on the title page, instead she mentions a 4 page booklist. Our copy which is complete, is printed by J. Swan, 76 Fleet Street. See also Osborne I, 103, listing an edition of 1820. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Narrative of a Voyage in the Indian Seas , in the Nisus Frigate...During the years 1810 and 1811

      London: Richard Phillips, circa, 1819. Octavo, folding frontispiece map and three other plans and plates; one fold of the frontispiece map repaired with slight loss, title-page a little browned, overall very good in polished quarter calf by Bayntun. From Mauritius to India via the North West Cape. A warm and engaging description of a voyage to through the Indian Ocean to Java and beyond, with a tantalising glimpse of the sparse West Australia coastline. The work includes a large folding map of the track of the Nisus which shows it passing the coast near the North-West Cape. The work is also particularly interesting for Prior's account of Mauritius just months after Flinders was finally released (and is one of only a handful of contemporary books on the island). James Prior, an officer aboard the Nisus (a Royal Navy frigate under the command of Captain Philip Beaver) here provides a beautifully written account of a voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, Isles of Bourbon, France and Seychelles; to Madras and thenceforth to Java, St. Paul and Amsterdam islands. Prior's account includes a detailed and arresting description of the French capitulation of the Isle de France (present day Mauritius) during the final months of 1810. In many respects the West Australian coastline remained as enigmatic and impenetrable to English mariners in the early nineteenth-century as it had to the Dutch almost two centuries before. Lack of water and nourishment forbade landing, yet the quick curiosity of mariners such as James Prior begged investigation. He writes 'approaching New Holland on the 6th of August, in the morning, land was discovered in the vicinity of the north-west Cape, the most prominent part of the coast. As we neared it the eye anxiously ranged over the widely-extended surface, in order to fix on some inviting spot where might be traced the habitations of men; but nothing of this kind could be distinguished'. He concludes that this land 'in its present unknown state, may safely retain the old appellation of Terra Incognita'. The handsomely engraved folding frontispiece map includes the New Holland coastline (although Prior's account is not listed in Perry and Prescott's A Guide to Maps of Australia in Books Published 1780-1830). Eight pages of Prior's narrative concerns the armed landing at the Isle de France on 29 November 1810. The Isle de France was an important French outpost in the Indian Ocean with significant strategic and mercantile advantages coveted by Britain. In addition to the Prior's ebullient description, Narrative of a Voyage in the Indian Seas includes a detailed sounding chart of Port Louis to the eastward of Cannoner's point and a table of engraved text titled "Plan of the Landing of the British Army in Mapou Bay, Isle de France". From this we learn the numbers of men per vessel, their regiment, and deployment upon landing (for example, the Nisus transported Grenadiers of the Twelfth, amongst others, and deployed a flat barge and two cutters). The Isle de France holds a poignant place in the early history of Australia, being the place of Matthew Flinders confinement for over six years (indeed, Flinders sailed for England on 14 June 1810, a matter of months before the invasion here described).

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        Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire de la révolution de Saint-Domingue

      Paris (Pillet Ainé) 1819 - Lacroix, (Pamphile de- Baron) : Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire de la révolution de Saint-Domingue Paris (Pillet Ainé) : 1819 2 vol, in-8, (20x13 cm), XV + 416 pp et 2 ff. n. ch. 350 pp. 1 f.n.ch. , relié demi-veau et coins époque -de la bb. de Guille-Allès – dos frotté – charnières faibles - tranches rouges – petit manques aux coiffes. Un des meilleurs ouvrage traitant des causes qui ont fait perdre cette colonie à la France. Ouvrage orné d’une grande carte repliée, de 48 x 73 cm, gravée par Lapie, d’un plan topographique de la Crête-à-Pierrot et d’un tableau de l’état général de Terre et de Mer employées à l’expédition de Saint-Domingue. Le livre de Pamphile de Lacroix est celui d’un témoin oculaire des évènements politiques qui embrasèrent Haïti au début du XIXe siècle et qui aboutit à l’indépendance du pays en 1804. Les positions de Lacroix, quant au gouvernement des colonies révèlent un esprit progressiste. Il suggère ainsi d’accorder aux habitants les pouvoirs de s’administrer, de se taxer et de se juger eux-mêmes, puisque leur fierté naturelle ne pouvait se résoudre à plier devant des autorités qui n’étaient pas créoles. L’ouvrage est précédé d’une explication des termes employés dans le livre. Edition originale. En bon état. Paypal accepté uniquement pour l’étranger, merci de votre compréhension. The book of Pamphile de Lacroix gives a full description of the siege of ”Crete a Pierrot” in Haîti by the French Army by a ocular witness. The resistance of the Haitian army lead. Dessines gave way to the independance of the Island. The proposition of Pamphile de Lacroix were to give the population to administrate, taxe and judge themselves as they couldn’t accept the rules of people that were not Creole. With a big folding map (48 x 73 cm), a plan of the Crete-a-Pierrot and a table of the general state of the French army. Good condition half calf contemp, binding. Back Rubbed: joints wack from guille. alles library. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Erudito, bibliofilo, e politico americano, dopo aver viaggiato in Europa (dove apprese il greco antico, il latino, il tedesco, il francese e l'italiano) insegnò Letteratura Greca all'università di Harward (1819 - 1825) divenendone in seguito Preside (1846 - 1849). Esponente del Partito Whig in Massachusetts, eletto al Senato degli Stati Uniti, Ministro plenipotenziario in Gran Bretagna, fu nominato Segretario di Stato dal Presidente Millard Fillmore. Due lettere autografe firmate. A. April .30. 1818. Una pagina in - 8, diretta all'illustre erudito Tommaso De Ocheda, bibliotecario di Lord George John Spencer. Unita busta con dest. e ind. autografi e sig. in ceralacca rossa intatto. "Lord Spencer has had the goodness to permit me (...) to visit his Lordships Library; suggesting at the same time, that I would to apprize yourself a day or two before. I accordingly take the liberty to informyou that (...) I should be glad to availmyself of his Lordships permission...etc". B. (s.d.). Edward Everett viene presentato al De Ocheda. "Mr. Penn presents his Com[patrio]t to M. De Ocheda and would have applied to Lord Spencer (with whomhe has beenmany years somewhat acquainted) had he been in town...". Tre pagine in - 8, indirizzo alla quarta (lacune ai margini non ledono il testo).

      

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        DEN SWENSKA PSALMBOKEN.

      Af Konungen Gillad och Stadfåstad År 1819. Uddewalla: Sam. Vict. Bagge 1843. [6] + 374 s. + DE ÅRLIGA EVANGELIER OCH EPISTLAR med dertill hörande Collecter och Böner; jemte de wanliga Kyrko- och Communion-Böner, med de Förändringar och Tillägg ur Nya Kyrko- Handboken, hwilka af Kongl. Maj:t blifwit särskilt anbefaldta. Uddewalla: Sam. Vict. Bagge 1841. 286 + [1] s. Samtidigt håndkoloreret pergamen, spænder mangler

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        Parthenaïs oder die Alpenreise. Ein idyllisches Epos i zwölf Gesängen.

      Erste (- Zweiter) Theil. Neue Auflage. 2 bd. Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus 1819. 233 + [8]; 256 s. Med 6 kobberstik af Forssel, G. Opiz, V. Boettger, F. Rosmäsler og Zschoch. Eksemplar på skrivepapir indbundet i orig. olivenfarvet kartonnage med pompeiansk ramme og vignet på forsiden og en mindre vignet på bagsiden. Nogle blade let bruneret, bind mærket af alder og opbevaring.. Udgaven var ulovlig og ikke godkendt af Baggesen. Meget sjælden, især i denne tilstand. Plesner 114. Bibl. Dan. IV,269, der fejlagtig opgiver 12 kobbere. Wæber 132. Goedeke VI, 164,8

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        Instructions de Daprès sur la Navigation des Indes Orientales

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1819. Octavo, title-page a little shorter than the body of text (which has generous margins); a few spots; in a superb contemporary binding of crimson roan leather, ornately gilt, spine richly gilt with fleur-de-lys devices at centre of each compartment between bands, dark green moiré silk endpapers with complex gilt dentelle borders, sides with wide gilt borders, royal arms of Louis Philippe in gilt at centre of each side. Special copy bound for Louis-Philippe, the last king of France. A superb copy prepared in a royal binding, with the Bourbon arms, for the Duc d'Orléans, the future King Louis-Philippe. At the time of publication of this work he had spent four years in Paris after returning from his long exile; a member of the court and a significant political figure throughout the Bourbon Restoration from 1815 to 1830, he finally ascended to the throne himself in 1830. He ruled France - the last king to do so - from 1830 to 1848. This is the final edition of d'Après de Mannevillette's Instructions, the publication of data to explain and supplement his maps of the eastern oceans, collectively published as the Neptune Oriental. The text of the Instructions was updated several times by d'Après de Mannevillette himself while he served as cartographer for the Compagnie des Indes, though further amendments followed his death in 1780. A number of additions based on discoveries made in the early nineteenth century make this 1819 version the most comprehensive and authoritative edition. Like the Neptune Oriental itself, the Instructions draws upon a wide range of sources to provide the most accurate information possible for navigating to the east. In addition to maps and published accounts by notable explorers, d'Après de Mannevillette used logbooks from company ships, first-hand testimony from officers, anecdotal accounts from sailors and a rich correspondence with Abbé Lacaille, Alexander Dalrymple and other respected geographers of the period. The Instructions was used to provide information for the East India Pilot published in London in 1782, an indispensable navigational resource that likewise passed into many editions.

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        De l'auscultation médiate

      Paris: J.-A. Brosson & J.-S. Chaude, 1819. <p>The Stethoscope</p><p>Laennec, René Théophile Hyacinthe (1781-1826). De l&#39;auscultation médiate ou traité dudagnostic des maladies des poumons et du coeur . . . 2 vols., 8vo. [5], viii-xlviii, 456, [8]; xvi, 472pp. 4 folding engraved plates numbered I-IV. Paris: J.-A. Brosson & J.-S. Chaudé, 1819. 204 x 124 mm. 19th century quarter morocco, boards, gilt spines (a little faded). Minor foxing, one plate number trimmed, but very good.</p><p>First Edition, First State, with the original cancellandum leaf a*2. Laennec&#39;s invention of the stethoscope, which he announced in his De l&#39;Auscultation médiate, provided the first adequate method for diagnosing diseases of the thorax, and represented the greatest advance in physical diagnosis between Auenbrugger&#39;s percussion and Röntgen&#39;s discovery of x-rays. Laennec used his new tool to study the sounds made by the movements of the heart and lungs, for which he invented a terminology. He described pneumothorax, established the fact that all phthisis is tuberculous, distinguished pneumonia from bronchitis and from pleuritis, and gave descriptions of bronchitis, edema of the lungs, emphysema, tuberculosis and lung cancer that have in many respects remained unsurpassed until today. He also provided the first description of chronic interstitial hepatitis, for which he coined the term "cirrhosis"; the disease is often called "Laennec&#39;s cirrhosis." The four folding plates illustrate Laennec&#39;s stethoscope (a short wooden tube), pathologic conditions of the lung, and deformity of the chest from chronic latent pleurisy.</p><p>P. J. Bishop, Laennec&#39;s bibliographer, states that "the first edition of Laennec&#39;s De l&#39;auscultation médiate was published on 15 August 1819, in a first printing of 2100 copies, with a second impression of 1500"; however, he does not indicate whether these printings correspond to the states with and without the original leaf a*2. Bishop, "Reception of the stethoscope and Laennec&#39;s book," Thorax 36 (1981): 487-492. Dibner 129. Garrison-Morton 2673; 3219; 3614. Lilly, p. 173. Norman 1253. Printing and the Mind of Man 280.</p>

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        Autograph letter signed to Dawson Turner

      London, 1819. <p>Young, Thomas (1773-1829). Autograph letter signed to Dawson Turner (1775-1858). [London] Welbeck Street, 7 December 1819. 1 page. 215 x 180 mm. Mounted, with handwritten caption beneath. Fine.</p><p>From British scientist Thomas Young, the founder of physiological optics and author of the wave theory of lights (see Garrison-Morton 1486-88, Printing and the Mind of Man 259, Dibner 152), to botanist and antiquary Dawson Turner, author of The Botanist&#39;s Guide through England and Wales (1805), the four-volume illustrated Fuci, sive, Plantarum fucorum generi a botanicis ascriptarum icones descriptiones et historia (1808-19), Account of a Tour in Normandy (1820), Guide . . . towards the Verification of Manuscripts by Reference to Engraved Facsimiles (1848) and several other works. Young&#39;s letter reads as follows:</p><p>"Dear Sir, I have the pleasure to inform you that our friend&#39;s picture is arrived without having suffered any injury, except that the canvas has been shaken loose and wants stretching, which can easily be done. I also beg to return my best thanks for the very elegant specimens of Mrs. Turner&#39;s arts which you have sent me, and I hope at some future time you will make good your obliging offer of letting me have a few more, as there are several of my friends who will be disposed to be beggars on the occasion. Believe me Dear Sir very truly yours Thomas Young."</p><p>"The very elegant specimens of Mrs. Turner&#39;s arts" that Young had received were most likely drawings or prints. Mary Turner was a skilled artist who had studied under both John Crome and John Sell Cotman; together with her equally talented daughters, she produced an enormous number of drawings, paintings, etchings and lithographs, which Turner used both in his own publications and as additional illustrations for the 8000 volumes in his library. Young wrote this letter from his Welbeck Street address, where he had lived and practiced medicine since 1799. Autograph letters from Thomas Young are rare-this is the first we have handled in our nearly forty years in business.</p>

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        The Vampyre: A Tale

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1819 First Sherwood and earliest obtainable edition, third issue (Viets IV), with no author credited on the title page, shortened gathering A without the references to Mary Godwin and Jane Clermont, and "lmost" to page 36. Finely bound in full navy morocco, with five raised bands to the spine, boards ruled in gilt, spine lettered in gilt, laid endpapers. Very good, with some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, a hint of toning to the spine, light rubbing to the hinges and spine ends, a hint of offsetting to the edges of the endpapers, lacking the half-title, both "Extracts" present, a few faint traces of light and scattered spotting, a few faint pencil notations, otherwise bright and clean pages. Overall, an attractive copy of the first vampire story in English literature. The Vampyre was originally published by Henry Colburn in the April 1, 1819 issue of New Monthly Magazine under the title "The Vampyre: A Tale by Lord Byron." Although the tale was in fact written by John William Polidori, Byron&#39;s physician, this false attribution was continued in the first book form, also by Henry Colburn. Colburn&#39;s first state, with himself as publisher and Byron credited as author, was suppressed and no copies exist today. Colburn&#39;s second state (Viets I), of which only 4 or 5 copies survived, retained his imprint, removed the author&#39;s name, and included the half-title "A Tale related by Lord Byron to Dr. Polidori." Colburn then sold his printed sheets to Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, who produced a scare first issue (Viets II) with their publishing imprint and listing Byron as author. Sherwood&#39;s second issue (Viets III) mentioned no author, and, since the first Sherwood issue was also suppressed, it represents the first edition to be widely accessible to the public. This copy is the third Sherwood issue (Viets IV), with the main change being the removal of a slur referring to Mary Godwin Shelley and Clair Clairmont in the first "Extract" (page xiv). Due to its complicated printing history, The Vampyre in Viets&#39; first and second states are virtually unattainable for modern collectors, and, accordingly, copies of Viets&#39; third state (the second Sherwood issue) are the first truly available issues, yet still exceedingly scarce. The Vampyre is a short gothic novel that is considered the forerunner of the vampire genre; while disparate components of vampirism appeared throughout history&#39;s horror stories, Polidori was the first writer to create a cohesive vampire character - a withdrawn, aristocratic male with an insatiable thirst for blood - that would set the standard for all subsequent vampire novels. In The Vampyre, Aubrey, a wealthy, orphaned Englishman, encounters Lord Ruthven, a mysterious nobleman who is, in fact, a vampire. Although he is at first oblivious to his acquaintance&#39;s true nature, Aubrey eventually realizes that Ruthven leaves a trail of dead bodies in his wake, but not in time to save his own sister from his clutches. Polidori, Byron&#39;s personal physician, first wrote The Vampyre while traveling throughout Europe with Byron, during which time the pair stayed in Switzerland with Mary and Percy Shelley and Clair Clairmont. After reading German horror stories from the French collection Fantasmagoriana (1813), the group penned their own tales, which developed not only into Polidori&#39;s Vampyre, but also Mary Shelley&#39;s Frankenstein (1823). The Vampyre was an instant commercial success, in part due to it being falsely attributed to Byron, although both Byron and Polidori denied the former&#39;s involvement.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        A SUMMARY HISTORY OF PERSECUTION, FROM THE CRUCIFIXION OF OUR SAVIOR TO THE PRESENT TIME

      Jonah Spaulding.  A SUMMARY HISTORY OF PERSECUTION, FROM THE CRUCIFIXION OF OUR SAVIOR TO THE PRESENT TIME.  Hallowell ME:  S. K. Gilman, 1819, 1st. printing, 182 pp., Contents (iv).  *** This rare religious history is all but unobtainable in book form.  The sub-title is as follows ? "Containing An Account Of The Rise And Progress Of Several Respective Churches:  Fiz. ? The Papal . . . . The Waldensean . . . . The Baptist . . . . The Protestant . . . . Friends And Methodist." ***  Some of the episodes of persecution reported occurred in Puritan New England.  The author's purpose for writing the book was to correct the general ignorance of Christians regarding persecution, and to do so in an inexpensive format that would be accessible to a large audience. ***  The original contents are complete except:  p. 63/64 has the top corner clipped with the loss of one letter; pages 99-106 were excised from the book at some point.  Copies of these pages have been re-inserted in the correct location.  The excised material pertained to George Fox. ***  Bound in uncovered boards with a dark brown leather spine.  It appears the covers were originally covered with leather.  The covers and spine are worn, the joints still strong.  The contents are complete except as previously noted, with medium to heavy foxing throughout.  Two leafs have chipped corners, but with no loss.  The binding is intact with one signature half loose. ***  6.75 " tall by 4.25 "

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        Medico-Chirurgical Transactions. Volume the Tenth. [Includes 'Some account of a Case of Obstinate Vomiting, in which an attempt was made to prolong Life by the Injection of Blood into the Veins']

      London The Medical and Chirurgical Society 1819. G - : in good [minus] condition. Loss to spine at lower half. Boards rubbed and edgeworn. Scattered foxing, impacting on plates. Ex library with minimal stamping and paper label at spine head. Text block firm First Edition Full leather 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xxiii, 435pp. Six plates, one in colour. Other contributions include: The Elephantiasis, as it appears in Hindostan; Observations on the Changes which the Animal Body undergoes in a Hot Climate soon after Death; On Urinary and other Morbid Concretions; Experiments on a few controverted points respecting the Physiology of Generation; Some observations on a mode of performing Operations on Irritable Patients; History of a Case of Bony Tumor, successfully removed from the Head of a Female; Observations on the relaxed Rectum.

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        OEUVRES COMPLETES DU CHANCELIER D'AGUESSEAU NOUVELLE EDITION AUGMENTEE DE PIECES ECHAPPEES AUX PREMIERS EDITEURS ET D'UN DISCOURS PRELIMINAIRE PAR M.PARDESSUS / EN 15 TOMES.

      FANTEN ET COMPAGNIE / H.NICOLLE / DE PELAFOL 1819 - R240065921: 499 + 620 + 527 + 556 + 536 + 615 + 631 + 572 + 662 + 595 + 664 + 598 + 645 + 636 + 616 pages - couverture muette bleu - coins frottés - étiquette collée sur le dos contenant titre + tomaison - roussseurs + quelques mouillures sans réelle conséquence sur la lecture - coiffes en tête et pied abîmées sur le tome 1,2,8,13 - tome 3 désolidarisé dos manquant - déchiure sur le 2ème plat du tome 4 - coiffe en pied abîmée sur le tomes 5,6,12 et 15 - coiffe en tête abîmée + dos légèrement fendu sur le tome 8 - coiffe en pied + dos fendu sur le tome 9 - quelques pages partiellement désolidarisées sur le tome 11 - 3 photos disponibles. Tome 1 : contenant l'éloge de d'aguesseau par thomas les discours pour l'ouverture des audiences les mercuriales les réquisitoires et huit plaidoyers - Tome 2 : contenant vingt quatre plaidoyers - Tome 3 : contenant 6 plaidoyers - Tome 4 : contenant 13 plaidoyers - Tome 5 : contenant 8 plaidoyers - Tome 6 : contenant les 4 premières requêtes - Tome 7 :contenant les 16 dernières requêteset une dissertation sur les batards - Tome 8 : contenant des mémoires sur divers sujets - Tome 9 : contenant des mémoires sur divers sujets - Tome 10 : contenant quelques mémoires et une partie de la correspondance officielle - Tome 11 : contenant la suite de la correspondance officielle - Tome 12 : contenant la suite de la correspondance officielle les ordonnance des donations testaments substitutions avec les pièces inédites relatives a leur rédaction - Tome 13 : contenant la fin de la correspondance officielle et plusieurs mémoires sur la justice et les finances - Tome 14 : contenant 10 méditations métaphysiques sur les vraies ou les fausses idées de la justice - Tome 15 : contenant 5 instructions sur les études propres à former un magistrat un essai d'une institution au droit public un discours sur la vie et la mort de M.D'Aguesseau et des réflexions diverses sur jésus christ. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Coiffe en pied abîmée. Rous [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Abrégé de l&#39;Histoire de France. Composé de recherches curieuses la plupart négligées par les historiens, et contenant, dans l&#39;ordre chronologique, la généalogie détaillée des Princes de chaque race; l&#39;indication des grands événemens, tous les établissemens politiques, religieux, civils, militaires et littéraires de chaque règne; les découvertes en tous genres; les costumes, moeurs et usages de chaque siècle; la nomenclature et évaluation des monnoies frappées par chaque Roi; les progrès de la langue française, de règne en règne, prouvés par les monumens du temps; enfin un précis de la révolution française, présentant jour par jour les principaux événemens depuis l&#39;assemblee des notables en 1787, jusqu&#39;à la fin de 1819

      1819. Paris, Renouard & Tournachon-Molin et H. Seguin / Dijon, Noellat, 1819. 8vo. lxiii, (1), 432, 116pp. With 6 plates (1 folding). The last 116 pages contain: Précis chronologique des événements politiques, civils, militaires et littéraires, suvenus, tant en France que dans les différens Etats de l&#39;Europe, depuis 1814 jusqu&#39;en 1819. Bound together in half green morocco with marbled boards. Spine richly gilt. Ex libris on inside front cover. Étienne Gabriel Peignot, the great bibliographer was born at Arc-en-Barrois, 15th May 1767. Originally a bookseller he later became librarian. Every leisure moment he gave to book and pen. He lived to be eighty three years old and left behind him no less than fifty or more unpublished works in manuscript.

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        A Voyage of discovery, made under the orders of the Admiralty, in His Majesty's Ships Isabella and Alexander, for the purpose of exploring Baffin's Bay and inquiring into the probability of a North-West Passage.

      John Murray London 1819 - First edition. 4to., xl, 252, cxliv pp., 7 maps and charts (6 folding), and 25 aquatint or engraved plates and coastal profiles (15 coloured and 7 folding), period calf-backed marbled boards, raised bands, gilt spines, marbled endpapers. Several plates foxed, a few creases from misfolds, some offsetting to folding plates and to title, bindings rubbed, edgewear. First edition of Ross's famous first voyage. Ross, along with William Parry, James Clark Ross, and Edward Sabine (who would all become famous explorers in their own right) attempted on their journey to proceed westward through Lancaster Sound. Deceived, quite possibly by a mirage, Ross described the passage as barred by a mountain range that he named the Croker Mountains. He then returned to England, losing his only possibility of penetrating the Northwest passage. His observations were initially accepted as conclusive, and he was promoted to post rank on 7 December 1818. Controversy would soon follow, as Sir John Barrow, furious that the attempt to find the open polar sea had failed, vented his anger in person to Ross, and the Admiralty, having learned that there were some doubts as to the existence of the Croker Mountains, dispatched another expedition under the command of Parry. Edward Sabine, in his account of the voyage, claimed that Ross was the only person to have seen the Croker Mountains and that he had misrepresented some scientific results of the voyage. Parry's return in 1820 brought further proof that Ross's assertions had been incorrect, and, despite his willingness to make another voyage, Ross was not given another opportunity to lead an Arctic expedition until 1829. Abbey Travel 634; Arctic Bibliography 14873; Books on Ice, 2.5; Hill 1488; NMM 818; Sabin 73376; Staton & Tremaine/TPL 1152. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Werke. 8 Tle. in 4 Bdn. Hamburg, Perthes u. Besser, 1819. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz, 11 Kupfertafeln , 4 weiteren Tafeln in Holzstich bzw. Lithographie, 3 Textkupfern sowie einigen Textholzstichen u. -vignetten nach D. Chodowiecki u.a. Schöne marmor. Hldr.-Bde. d. Zt. mit 2 RSch. u. RVerg.

      1819. . Goedeke IV/1, 978,8.- Dritte Gesamtausgabe.- Enthält die 8 Teile des Wandsbecker Boten.- Vordere Vorsatzblätter jeweils mit überklebtem Besitzvermerk.- Nur vereinzelt gering stockfleckig, Vorsätze etwas leimschattig.

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        Signed Twice! Carte-de-visite photograph of Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Martha Washingtonís great-granddaughter

      Carte-de-visite Photograph Signed ìM.C. Leeî on lower mount. Sepia, 2.25î x 3.5î image, overall, 2.5î x 3.75î. Imprint on verso: ìStonewall / Art Gallery. / Boude & Miley, / Lexington, / Va.î Above imprint, penned by Mrs. Lee: ìFor my kind though / unknown friend / T.L. Jones / M.C. Lee.î Fading and toning to image, trimmed at top edge. Mounting remnants on verso. Vey Good condition. Mrs. Robert E. Leeís ìkind though unknown friendî was Thomas Laurens Jones (1819-1887). Born in North Carolina and raised in South Carolina, T.L. Jones moved to Kentucky in 1849 became a member of the Kentucky Legislature (1853-1855). Even though he opposed secession, he was arrested in 1862 as a Southern sympathizer and was imprisoned for three months at the Newport Barracks in Kentucky and at Camp Chase in Columbus, Ohio. After the war, he was elected as a Democrat to represent Kentucky in the U.S. House of Representatives (1867-1871, 1875-1877). Mary Custis was Martha Washingtonís great granddaughter. She was the daughter of George Washington Parke Custis, son of John Parke Custis. Two years after John Parke Custisí father, Daniel Parke Custis, died in 1757, his widowed mother, Martha Dandridge Custis, married George Washington. John Parke Curtis was 26 when he died in 1781. George and Martha Washington raised at Mount Vernon the two youngest of Johnís four children, 2Ω-year-old Nelly and seven month old George Washington Parke Custis. George Washington wrote in his will, in part, ìI give and bequeath to George Washington Parke Custis, the Grandson of my wife, and my Ward, and to his heirs, the tract I hold on four mile run in the vicinity of Alexandria, containing one thousd two hundred acres, more or less...î On this land on the Potomac River, George Washington Parke Custis built a mansion he called Arlington House which was inherited, at his death in 1857, by Mary, his sole surviving child, who had married Robert E. Lee in 1831. It is known today as the Custis-Lee Mansion and overlooks Arlington Cemetery.

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        A Statistical Historical & Political Description of The Colony of New South Wales, and its dependent Settlements in Van Diemen's Land

      G. and W.B. Whittaker, London 1819 - Octavo, early manuscript ownership to the title-page, slight preliminary foxing yet a most attractive copy in mid nineteenth-century half calf with gilt spine lettering and ornament. First edition of the first original work published by an Australian-born author, an important work providing invaluable insights into the rapidly expanding colony. This copy has the three printing errors noted by Wantrup in their uncorrected state indicating it is the first impression of the work. Written to encourage emigration to Australia, the book also demanded free institutions in the colony. "It is the beginning of the whole genre of books written to urge intending migrants to choose Australia over the alternatives, which were mostly cheaper to get to, and which include some of the first manifestoes of Australian patriotism ?" (People, Print and Paper). Wentworth, now famous for his role in the exploration of the Blue Mountains, wrote this account of New South Wales while studying law in England. It is a personal account of the colony rather than an objective history, and as such gives valuable insights into a privileged colonial life under Governor Macquarie. His book forms a valuable source of information relating to the state of the colony in the very early years of free settlement. The role of transported convicts is a central issue to the future of the colony, and a chapter of 44 pages describes the system of government during Macquarie's rule. The rehabilitation of convicts was subject of special interest to Wentworth, especially their role in colonial society upon completion of their sentences. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Address, delivered at a meeting for prayer, with reference to the Sandwich Mission , in the Brick Church in Hartford, October 11, 1819

      Lincoln & Stone, Hartford, Connecticut 1819 - Octavo booklet, 16 pp., with author's dedication to top margin of the title-page, later library numerals; a good copy in a stitched cloth backing. An uncommon pamphlet related to early American missionary activity in Hawaii. It reprints a speech made at the marriage of the pioneer Hawaiian missionary Reverend Hiram Bingham to Sybil Moseley. The ceremony was conducted just before the departure of the couple for the Hawaiian islands. The address was delivered by Thomas Gallaudet, principal of the American Asylum for Deaf and Dumb persons and sometime scholar of Hawaiian languages. This is an interesting association copy, being inscribed by the owner "For the Revd. Edwd. D. Griffin with the respects of the author" (The Reverend Edward Griffin was Presbyterian minister and advocate of South Sea missionary endeavour). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Promised Land. A sermon delivered at Goshen, (Conn.) at the ordination of the Rev. Messers. Hiram Bingham & Asa Thurston , as Missionaries to the Sandwich Islands, Sept. 29, 1819

      Samuel T. Armstrong, Boston 1819 - Slim octavo, 40, xvi pages, title-page a little thumbed with a few closed tears, last leaf a little chipped, of few spots of foxing yet good, disbound lacking wrappers. Genesis of the Hawaiian mission. Rare and historically significant sermon delivered at the ordination of Hiram Bingham and Asa Thurston shortly before their departure to Hawaii as first envoy of the American Board of Foreign Missions: 'this rare pamphlet may be cited as the inception of the Christian missionary movement in Hawaii' (Hill). The missionaries were accompanied by five assistants, their wives and three native teachers, all listed with respective roles allocated: interestingly the printer for the first Hawaiian mission press, Mr Elisha Loomis, is listed amongst the assistants. The work is rich in references to the first Hawaiian born missionary Henry Obookiah who was closely associated with the community at Goshen and a founding member of the mission school. Obookiah died in 1818, shortly before the departure of the mission to Hawaii, and the sadness and disappointment of the congregation is reflected throughout this rare book. The sermon was published under the auspices of the Mission School where the native teachers were trained alongside royalty: 'George Tamoree - son of Tamoree, king of Atooi and Oneeheow, two of the Sandwich Islands, who has been educated with the other Native Youths, at the foreign Mission School, Cornwall, Connecticut returns with the Mission to his Father.' This copy was once in the possession of Statham Clary, with his ink manuscript note to the title-page. Clary was a Presbyterian missionary who was dispatched on a "domestic mission" to Bath, New York State, a frontier town with a belligerent population that lacked a church until Clary arrived in 1824. Here he achieved modest success under difficult circumstances, converting a handful of folk to his church through incessant labour and gifted sermons. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Jahrbücher der Literatur (KONVOLUT aus 20 Bänden in 11 Büchern) - Bd. 5 bis 24 mit beigebunden Anhängen: Anzeige-Blatt für Wissenschaft und Kunst und Intelligenz-Nachrichten der Verlagshandlung.,

      Carl Gerold; 1819 - 1823. - je Band ca. 500 Seiten; Als dritte in dieser Reihe wurden Ende 1817 die Wiener Jahrbücher der Literatur gegründet, die von 1818 bis 1849 erschienen. Mit den Jahrbüchern wollte man den engen Kontakt zur Wissenschaft jenseits der österreichischen Grenzen herstellen und die österreichische Leistungsfähigkeit dokumentieren«. Erster Redakteur war M. v. Collin, ebenso wie er hatte eine ganze Reihe von Mitarbeitern der Jahrbücher bereits zu den beiden früheren Literaturzeitschriften beigetragen. Die Jahrbücher waren gegliedert in zwei Teile: einen Hauptteil, der Besprechungen enthielt, und ein »Anzeigeblatt für Wissenschaft und Kunst«, in das auch selbständige Arbeiten und Übersetzungen ausländischer Beiträge aufgenommen wurden. Unregelmäßig wurden »Intelligenznachrichten der Verlagshandlung« beigegeben, die über Neuerscheinungen informierten. Behandelte Wissensgebiete waren Philologie, Geschichte, Philosophie, Länder- und Völkerkunde, schöne Wissenschaften und Künste. Orientalische und spanische Literatur bildeten thematische Schwerpunkte. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt leicht angebräunt; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 20 Bände (= 11 Bücher); bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 7000

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        Jahrbücher der Literatur (KONVOLUT aus 20 Bänden in 11 Büchern) - Bd. 5 bis 24 mit beigebunden Anhängen: Anzeige-Blatt für Wissenschaft und Kunst und Intelligenz-Nachrichten der Verlagshandlung.

      Carl Gerold; 1819 - 1823.. Orig.Ausgaben; je Band ca. 500 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe. Als dritte in dieser Reihe wurden Ende 1817 die Wiener Jahrbücher der Literatur gegründet, die von 1818 bis 1849 erschienen. Mit den Jahrbüchern wollte man den engen Kontakt zur Wissenschaft jenseits der österreichischen Grenzen herstellen und die österreichische Leistungsfähigkeit dokumentieren". Erster Redakteur war M. v. Collin, ebenso wie er hatte eine ganze Reihe von Mitarbeitern der Jahrbücher bereits zu den beiden früheren Literaturzeitschriften beigetragen. Die Jahrbücher waren gegliedert in zwei Teile: einen Hauptteil, der Besprechungen enthielt, und ein "Anzeigeblatt für Wissenschaft und Kunst", in das auch selbständige Arbeiten und Übersetzungen ausländischer Beiträge aufgenommen wurden. Unregelmäßig wurden "Intelligenznachrichten der Verlagshandlung" beigegeben, die über Neuerscheinungen informierten. Behandelte Wissensgebiete waren Philologie, Geschichte, Philosophie, Länder- und Völkerkunde, schöne Wissenschaften und Künste. Orientalische und spanische Literatur bildeten thematische Schwerpunkte. Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt leicht angebräunt; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 20 Bände (= 11 Bücher); bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT!

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        Vom Turnen mit Bezug auf den Zweykampf.

      Frankfurt a. M., Andreä, 1819. Kl.-8°. X, 110 S. Alter Pappband.. . Anonym erschienene Erstausgabe des politisch heiklen Werkes des Frankfurter Bankiers (bis 1816) und Schriftstellers Johann Jakob von Willemer (1760-1838), der dort dem Goethekreis angehörte. - Willemer schrieb u. a. selbst Theaterstücke ("Die Jacobiner", 1794) sowie pädagogische Bücher, wie: "Bruchstücke zur Menschen- und Erziehungskunde" (1810-16). - In dritter Ehe war er ab 1814 mit der Schauspielerin und Lyrikerin Marianne von W. (1784-1860) verheiratet, die von Goethe geliebt wurde, was diesen zu den Suleika-Lieder des West-Östlichen Divan inspirierte. - // - Unser Buch ist ein Dokument des Beginns der Restauration: Nach der Ermordung Kotzebues (23. März 1819), was Willemer als "Willkühr und Eigenmacht" (Beginn s. Vorworts) verdammt, bekämpften die deutschen Regierungen die revolutionäre Studenten- und Turnerbewegung von Turnvater Jahn, der beim berühmten Wartburgfest (18. 10. 11817) reaktionäre Bücher u. a. auch die "Geschichte des deutschen Reichs" von Kotzebue hatte verbrennen lassen. - // - "Jahns Turnschule ist geschlossen." lautet die Überschrift des ersten Teils (S. 1-64), in dem W. die moralischen Vorteile des Turnens darlegt. - Der Verfasser plädierte dafür, dass "das Turnen, insofern es wie alle Erziehungs- Anstalten unter obrigkeitlicher Aufsicht steht, nicht unterdrückt werden sollte! [...] Die moralische Seite des Turnens ist nicht die Bezweckung eines blinden Gehorsams, sondern innerer Erstarkung und auch äußere, damit der Mensch, nach denen er die Pflichten, die ihm gegen Gott und den Staat unterliegen, erkannt, sich auch mit der erforderlichen Kraft ausgerüstet sehe, denselben nachzuleben. [...] Nicht der Übermut der Jugend, nicht der Volksdespotismus, der Gelddespotismus ist den Thronen gefährlich." (Vorwort) - Im zweiten Teil (S. 65-110) handelt er "Von der Möglichkeit einer durch das Turnen einzuleitenden Verbesserungen des Zweikampfes.", wobei er sich gegen Pistolenduelle ausspricht, da hier durch einen Zufallstreffer auch der ungeübte Schwächling siegen kann. Der Sohn Willemers aus erster Ehe war 1819 im Duell gestorben, wohl auch deshalb plädiert er für den staatlich reglementierten Schwertkampf, in dem der geschickte und geübte Turner siegt. - // - DABEI: Kopie (4°) einer zeitgenössischen Zeitungskritik des Buches in: "Ergänzungsblätter zur Jenaischen allgemeinen Literatur - Zeitung" von 1820. - Vorsatz mit Widmung in schöner alter Handschrift (1824). - Schwacher Stempel auf Titel. - Auf dem Titelblatt ist in schöner Handschrift "K. v. Raumer" eingetragen. Ein Vorbesitzer hielt wohl den Prof. der Mineralogie und Pädagogen Karl Georg von Raumer (1783-1865) für den Autor, weil Raumer am Breslauer Turnstreit teilgenommen hatte und 1819 wegen seiner Sympathien für die Burschenschaften von Breslau nach Halle strafversetzt worden war. - Sehr schönes Exemplar mitweißem, fleckenlosem Papier, innen praktisch DRUCKFRISCH. - Sehr selten!

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        Giro por 1000 libras esterlinas, al gobierno de Nueva Granada

      Londres 1819 - I.N.D.E.P.E.N.D.E.N.C.E. Londres, march 11 1819. Twelve months after date pay to my order, One Thousand pounds for value received For Sir Gregor Mac Gregor, commander in chief of the forces of New Grenada. To Don José María del Real, accreditted agent representative of the government of New Grenada in London. (ACEPTED) Signing: Thomas Newte by the power of attorney, dated september 9, 1818

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        Histoire de la République de Venise.

      Didot,, Paris, 1819 - 7 Bde. Paris, Didot, 1819. klein 8° 671 + 720 + 684 + 710 + 578 + 560 + 640 + Plänen. Hld. der Zeit, mit gepr. Rückenschild u. Buntpapiervorsätzen. In franz. Sprache. - Mit 6 gest. Plänen, davon 5 koloriert, 1 gest. Schema und 1 gest. Plan von Vendedig. - In franz. Sprache. - Schöne, gut erhaltene Kalbslederbände mit Rückenvergoldung. und Ochsengallepapierüberzügen. - Exlibris a. V., Ebd. leicht berieben, leichte Gbrsp., im Ganzen sehr schönes Exemplar dieses Standardwerkes. Französisch Hld. der Zeit, mit gepr. Rückenschild u. Buntpapiervorsätzen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eichsfeldisches Urkundenbuch nebst einer Abhandlung von dem Eichsfeldischen Adel

      . Erste Auflage. J.C. Walter, Göttingen, 1819. XIV/388 S., Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.

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        The Vampyre: a Tale

      London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely and Jones , 1819. London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely and Jones , 1819. 8vo, modern half red morocco and gilt-patterned boards. Repaired marginal tear to half title; some small pale marginal stains but a very nice, uncut copy. First edition, third issue of the Sherwood Neely imprint, omitting Byron&#39;s name from the half title and title pages and with "almost" misspelled on the final line of page 36. One of the earliest issues that can be acquired. Originally published as Lord Byron&#39;s work, it was written by Polidori, his physician, during a summer spent with Byron, Shelley, Mary Shelley and Claire Clairmont in Switzerland as an evening&#39;s amusement (during which Mary Shelley conceived the idea for "Frankenstein). Precursor of the romantic Gothic vampire genre of horror stories, films and television. Reference: Viets, Henry R. "The London Editions of Polidori&#39;s "The Vampyre" in PBSA, Volume 63, Second Quarter 1969. First Edition Third Issue Sherwood Nee. Modern Morocco and Boards. Near Fine. 8vo.

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        Stilleben mit Birnen und Mispeln.

      1819. Öl, auf festem braunem Papier, verso signiert und datiert "M. Wentzel ad. natur. Wien 1819.". 25:34,6 cm. Das in einem delikaten Kolorit und einer fein ausgewogenen Lichtführung gestaltete Stilleben entstand während Wentzels Aufenthalt in Wien, der durch die Datierung auf der Rückseite des Bildes sicher für 1819 angenommen werden darf.. Wentzel begann seine Ausbildung an der Akademie in Dresden in der Zeichenklasse von C. Toscani (1742-1815). Darüber hinaus wurde er von der Blumen- und Früchtemalerin C. Fried. Friedrich (1749-1815) und dem Historienmaler F. Hartmann (1774-1842) unterrichtet. Studienreisen unternahm er 1819 nach Wien und 1823 nach München. 1825 zog er nach Leipzig. Die Jahre 1828-1829 verbrachte er in Italien, insbesondere in Rom, Neapel und auf Sizilien. 1831 kehrte er nach Dresden zurück, wo er 1834-1864 Zeichenlehrer an der Technischen Bildungsanstalt war, 1863 wurde er zum Professor ernannt. Wentzels Hauptthemengebiete waren Blumen- und Früchtestilleben sowie Tierbilder. Durch seine Italienreise wurde er ebenso zur Landschaftsmalerei angeregt. Daneben war er auch als Bildhauer tätig.

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        The Vampyre; A Tale

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jon, 1819. London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jon, 1819. FIRST EDITION, second issue with the preface unaltered and set in 24 lines rather than 23 and containing the commentary suggesting improprieties regarding "two sisters as the partakers of his revels", half-title present, pp.xxv+[i](blank)+[27]-84, 8vo., 1/2 speckled calf by Zaehnsdorf, ribbed gilt decorated spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, hinges lightly rubbed. Polidori, Lord Byron&#39;s personal physician, accompanied him into exile and was present at the Chateau near Geneva on the evening in 1816 when, after recounting German ghost stories, Byron suggested that each of those present should compose a supernatural tale. This was the occasion that gave rise to Mary Shelley&#39;s supernatural classic, Frankenstein, and to Polidori&#39;s The Vampyre - a much inferior work, but still celebrated as the first vampire-gothic in English, and extremely popular in its time (partly, no doubt, because it first appeared as the work of Byron). The tale of The Vampyre may indeed owe something to the tal

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        L'Art de Faire le Vin

      Paris: Deterville, 1819 - 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 (WINE) "Deuxième édition" [i.e. third edition]. 8vo. Folding plate by J.E. Thierry at rear showing distillation process. xvi, 381, [1] pp. 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. Cagle 131a (first ed.); Simon, p. 18 (1807 edition); Vicaire, p. 164 (noting this is in fact the third edition) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE CHILD'S INTRODUCTION TO THOROUGH BASS, in Conversations of a Fortnight, between a Mother, and her Daughter of ten years old.

      96 pages. 3 engraved pages of music, plus many engravings within the text. Original half red roan, gilt, with printed paper labels to both panels. 4to. First edition. Bookplates of St. Mary's Priory, and John Lawson. A very nice copy. The Preface is signed M. P., the pseudonym of Mary Kilner, a noted author of children's books.

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        Oeuvres de Blaise Pascal.

      Paris, Chez Lefevre Libraire, 1819.. Nouvelle Edition. 5 Bände (Compl.) [gestochenes Porträtfrontispiz] XXIV-488, XLIV-578, 619, 404, 435 S. und 14 (12 ausfaltbaren) gestochenen Tafeln. rote Halblederbände der Zeit über 5 Bünden mit Goldgerägten Rückentiteln und reichlicher Verzierung.. Umfangreiche Werkausgabe von Pascal umfassend auch die mathematischen und physikalischen Schriften. Mit Adelsexlibris, vereinzelt braunfleckig, Bindung von Band eins etwas brüchig, insgesamt aber gutes Exemplar.

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        Reis naar Perzie met het Russisch keizerlijk gezantschap in den jare 1817. Uit het Hoogduitsch vertaald.

      's Gravenhage, Weduwe J. Allart en Comp., 1819.Contemporary half calf (extremities of spine damaged). With finely hand-coloured engraved title-page and 3 folding aquatint plates by W.H. Hoogkamer. XVI,264 pp. * First Dutch edition; first published in Weimar in 1819 Reise nach Persien mit der russisch kaiserlichen Gesandtschaft im Jahre 1817. - Moritz von Kotzebue (1789-1861), Russian/Estonian army officer and traveller, accompanied general Jermoloff during the peace negotiations in Persia. He kept an informative journal of this embassy and gives a lively description of the people of Persia. - (Stained).Wilson p.121; Engelmann I, p.143 (German edition of 1819); Muller, Bibl. Neerl.-Russe, 206; Catalogue Russica K1106; Howgego II, p.329; Not in Tiele.

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        A Voyage of Discovery, Made Under the Orders of the Admiralty, in His Majesty's Ships Isabella and Alexander, for the Purpose of Exploring Baffin's Bay, and Enquiring into the Probability of a North-West Passage. In Two Volumes

      London: Strahan and Spottiswoode, for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819 London: Strahan and Spottiswoode, for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Second edition. Rebound in library buckram. Minor tape repairs to fold-outs, expected transfer, otherwise an exceptional set. 1819 Hard Cover. lxix, 265, [2]; 258 pp. 8vo. Two fold-outs (one of Davis' Strait and Baffin's Bay, one depicting several geological instruments) and deviation chart follow text of vol. 2. 2-page terminal publisher ad in both volumes advertises other travel books. Published first in a single quarto volume, this work was reissued in a second edition of two octavo volumes the same year. Based on auction records, the second edition seems the more uncommon of the two, though it remains the more desirable edition, and includes aquatints and fold-outs not present in the edition offered here. An account of Ross's first Arctic expedition in 1818 (he returned in 1829 and 1850). Launched shortly after Ross rose to the rank of Commander of the Swedish Navy, the expedition's main achievements were to open northern Baffin's Bay to whaling, and to spur the further exploration of Lancaster Sound, which would ultimately prove to be the eastern extremity of the much-sought-for Northwest Passage. A critical navigational error made by Ross during the voyage (the controversy of which is discussed herein), prevented him from making this discovery himself. Includes a "Comparative List of the Northern and Southern Humooke Dialects," as well as a list of "Words the Same in Both Dialects." Arctic Bibliography 14873: "Sir John Ross commanded the Isabella and the expedition, with Sir W.E. Parry in command of the Alexander. The vessels sailed from England Apr. 18, to Davis Strait and along the west coast of Greenland to the entrance of the Smith Sound; thence southward past Jones Sound to Lancaster Sound; after exploring it, the vessels continued southward, making a test of the breadth of Davis Strait, and returning to England by Nov. 14. Discoveries made by this expedition include Melville Bay, Cape York, Prince Regents Bay (Dedodes Fjord), Whale Sound, Carey's Islands, and numerous bays, capes, and mountains. Contains a journal of the voyage, with information on the ice conditions, descriptions of Polar Eskimos (whom Ross termed 'Arctic Highlanders') of the Cape York region, and of extensive stretches of red snow seen there; a record of personnel, equipment, all orders, and work carried out." Sabin 73376.

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        ROSALIND AND HELEN, A MODERN ECLOGUE; WITH OTHER POEMS:

      London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1819.. London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1819.. vi,[2],92pp. Large octavo. Full blue crushed levant, gilt extra, t.e.g., others untrimmed, by Riviere. Occasional very minor soiling, otherwise a handsome copy, bound without the terminal ads. Half morocco case. First edition. In addition to the title work, here printed are "Ozymandias," "Lines written on the Euganean Hills," and "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty." With the bookplate of Harold Greenhill. GRANNISS, pp.53-4. WISE, p.50. TINKER 1897.

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        DEN SWENSKA PSALMBOKEN.

      . Af Konungen Gillad och Stadfastad Ar 1819. Uddewalla: Sam. Vict. Bagge 1843. [6] + 374 s. + DE ARLIGA EVANGELIER OCH EPISTLAR med dertill hörande Collecter och Böner; jemte de wanliga Kyrko- och Communion-Böner, med de Förändringar och Tillägg ur Nya Kyrko- Handboken, hwilka af Kongl. Maj:t blifwit särskilt anbefaldta. Uddewalla: Sam. Vict. Bagge 1841. 286 + [1] s. Samtidigt handkoloreret pergamen, spaender mangler..

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        Le Champ-d'Asile : tableau topographique et historique du Texas, contenant des détails sur le sol, le climat et les productions de cette contrée; des documens authentiques sur l'organisation de la colonie des réfugiés français; des notices sur ses principaux fondateurs; des extraits de leurs proclamations et autres actes publics: suivi de lettres écrites par des colons à quelque-uns de leurs compatriotes. (Publié au profit des réfugiés)

      Lavocat, Paris 1819 - In-8. [195 x 120 mm] Collation : VIII, 247 pp. Demi-basane brune, dos orné, tranches mouchetées. (Reliure de l'époque.). First editions. Relié avec : - HARTMANN, MILLARD. Le Texas ou notice historique sur le Champ d'Asile, comprenant tout ce qui s'est passé depuis la formation jusqu'à la dissolution de cette colonie, les causes qui l'ont amenée, et la liste de tous les colons français, avec des renseignements utiles à leurs familles. Paris, Béguin, Béchet, Delaunay, Juin 1819. In-8 de frontispice dépliant, (10), 135 pp. Rares ouvrages sur cette colonie du Texas fondée par des proscrits sous le commandement des généraux bonapartistes Lalllemand et Rigaud. Les colons, environs quatre cents hommes et quelques femmes s'installèrent sur les bords de la rivière Trinité avec la bénédiction du gouvernement américain. Ils établirent ainsi une micro-république, le Champ d'Asile et entreprirent de mettre en culture ces terres. Mais le gouvernement espagnol, qui considérait se territoire comme le sien, envoya des forces armées pour les chasser. Les colons fuirent et s'installèrent sur l'île de Gladestone. Ils y furent victime d'une tempête qui les mirent au bord de la famine. Ils se retirèrent alors à la Nouvelle-Orléans. - 1.) L'HERITIER. Première édition. Streeter, Texas 1072: "A fanciful and idealized account of the Champ d'Asile, with much padding. Chapter XII gives an extensive account of the laws said to have been adopted by the colonists, and at page 44-47 is the text of the Manifesto of May 11, 1818. Chapters II-IX, pages 25-149, are mostly an account of Texas.perhaps the lengthiest to its date in book form." - 2.) HARTMANN, MILLARD. Première édition. Exemplaire complet d'une lithographie dépliante en frontispice montrant le "Champ d'Asile". Signatures des auteurs au verso du faux-titre pour prévenir la contrefaçon. Streeter 1069: "This is the second of the three books relating to the Champ d'Asile published in Paris in 1819. . An indispensable source and by far the best of the group . 'Le Texas', which is in the form of two diaries, the first at pages [11]-111 by Hartmann and the second, pages 112-132, by Millard, is the only one of the three to give a brief but more or less consecutive account of the founding of the colony, the life there, the retreat to Galveston, and the dispersal of the colonists to the four winds." Manques de papier sur les plats. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Voyage of Discovery, Made Under the Orders of the Admiralty, in His Majesty's Ships Isabella and Alexander, for the Purpose of Exploring Baffin's Bay, and Enquiring into the Probability of a North-West Passage. In Two Volumes.

      London: Strahan and Spottiswoode, for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1819 - Second edition. Rebound in library buckram. Minor tape repairs to fold-outs, expected transfer, otherwise an exceptional set. 1819 Hard Cover. lxix, 265, [2]; 258 pp. 8vo. Two fold-outs (one of Davis' Strait and Baffin's Bay, one depicting several geological instruments) and deviation chart follow text of vol. 2. 2-page terminal publisher ad in both volumes advertises other travel books. Published first in a single quarto volume, this work was reissued in a second edition of two octavo volumes the same year. Based on auction records, the second edition seems the more uncommon of the two, though it remains the more desirable edition, and includes aquatints and fold-outs not present in the edition offered here. An account of Ross's first Arctic expedition in 1818 (he returned in 1829 and 1850). Launched shortly after Ross rose to the rank of Commander of the Swedish Navy, the expedition's main achievements were to open northern Baffin's Bay to whaling, and to spur the further exploration of Lancaster Sound, which would ultimately prove to be the eastern extremity of the much-sought-for Northwest Passage. A critical navigational error made by Ross during the voyage (the controversy of which is discussed herein), prevented him from making this discovery himself. Includes a "Comparative List of the Northern and Southern Humooke Dialects," as well as a list of "Words the Same in Both Dialects." Arctic Bibliography 14873: "Sir John Ross commanded the Isabella and the expedition, with Sir W.E. Parry in command of the Alexander. The vessels sailed from England Apr. 18, to Davis Strait and along the west coast of Greenland to the entrance of the Smith Sound; thence southward past Jones Sound to Lancaster Sound; after exploring it, the vessels continued southward, making a test of the breadth of Davis Strait, and returning to England by Nov. 14. Discoveries made by this expedition include Melville Bay, Cape York, Prince Regents Bay (Dedodes Fjord), Whale Sound, Carey's Islands, and numerous bays, capes, and mountains. Contains a journal of the voyage, with information on the ice conditions, descriptions of Polar Eskimos (whom Ross termed 'Arctic Highlanders') of the Cape York region, and of extensive stretches of red snow seen there; a record of personnel, equipment, all orders, and work carried out." Sabin 73376. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General System of Toxicology, or A Treatise on Poisons, Drawn from the Mineral, Vegetable and Animnal Kingdoms, Considered as to Their Relations with Physiology, Pathology, and Medical Jurisprudence. 2 volume set

      London E Cox and Son; Henry Butterworth; and Burgess and Co 1819. Cover worn and detached. Outer spines missing and lower board missing from volume II. Volume I: Pagination commences at preliminary page vii with Translator's preface. Text block firm. Some browning to prelim pages. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons Second Edition Corrected Half leather marbled board cover 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). xxxi, 517pp;xvi, 568pp.

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        A Voyage of Discovery, Made Under the Orders of the Admiralty, in His Majesty&#39;s Ships Isabella and Alexander, for the Purpose of Exploring Baffin&#39;s Bay, and Enquiring into the Probability of a North-West Passage. In Two Volumes

      London: Strahan and Spottiswoode, for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Second edition. Rebound in library buckram. Minor tape repairs to fold-outs, expected transfer, otherwise an exceptional set. 1819 Hard Cover. lxix, 265, [2]; 258 pp. 8vo. Two fold-outs (one of Davis&#39; Strait and Baffin&#39;s Bay, one depicting several geological instruments) and deviation chart follow text of vol. 2. 2-page terminal publisher ad in both volumes advertises other travel books. Published first in a single quarto volume, this work was reissued in a second edition of two octavo volumes the same year. Based on auction records, the second edition seems the more uncommon of the two, though it remains the more desirable edition, and includes aquatints and fold-outs not present in the edition offered here. An account of Ross&#39;s first Arctic expedition in 1818 (he returned in 1829 and 1850). Launched shortly after Ross rose to the rank of Commander of the Swedish Navy, the expedition&#39;s main achievements were to open northern Baffin&#39;s Bay to whaling, and to spur the further exploration of Lancaster Sound, which would ultimately prove to be the eastern extremity of the much-sought-for Northwest Passage. A critical navigational error made by Ross during the voyage (the controversy of which is discussed herein), prevented him from making this discovery himself. Includes a "Comparative List of the Northern and Southern Humooke Dialects," as well as a list of "Words the Same in Both Dialects." Arctic Bibliography 14873: "Sir John Ross commanded the Isabella and the expedition, with Sir W.E. Parry in command of the Alexander. The vessels sailed from England Apr. 18, to Davis Strait and along the west coast of Greenland to the entrance of the Smith Sound; thence southward past Jones Sound to Lancaster Sound; after exploring it, the vessels continued southward, making a test of the breadth of Davis Strait, and returning to England by Nov. 14. Discoveries made by this expedition include Melville Bay, Cape York, Prince Regents Bay (Dedodes Fjord), Whale Sound, Carey&#39;s Islands, and numerous bays, capes, and mountains. Contains a journal of the voyage, with information on the ice conditions, descriptions of Polar Eskimos (whom Ross termed &#39;Arctic Highlanders&#39;) of the Cape York region, and of extensive stretches of red snow seen there; a record of personnel, equipment, all orders, and work carried out." Sabin 73376.

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        "Ein Bauer von Grünwald". Der Bauer beim Mähen einer Wiese mit der Sense in Rückenansicht, ein zweiter von vorne.

      . Kreidelithographie von Lorenz Quaglio, datiert 1819, 26 x 21 cm.. Maillinger I, 2984; Winkler 642, 40. - Inkunabel der Lithographie. Breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        "Ein Bauer von Grünwald 1819". Beim Grasmähen von hinten gesehen mit der Sense nach rechts, dazu ein zweiter ohne Schuhe, die Sense nach links. Mit Ausblick auf Bergkulisse.

      . Kreidelithographie von Lorenz Quaglio, 1819, 26 x 21 cm.. Maillinger I, 2984; Winkler 642, 40. - Inkunabel der Lithographie. - Ausdruckvolles Blatt.

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