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        Leçons nouvelles de perspective, ... Avec atlas de 32 planches in - 4o.Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1868. 2 volumes. 8vo (text) and oblong 4to (atlas). Atlas volume with 32 steel-engraved plates by Dulos after the author. Contemporary uniform half maroon sheepskin, gold-tooled spines.

      Vagnetti FIb92; WorldCat (3 copies that include the atlas). Rare first edition of a series of lessons on perspective, The work is divided into 11 chapters, beginning with a chapter on definitions and principles followed by chapters on the perspective of shadows, inverse perspective, circles, cylinders and cones, etc. The author was professor at the École Impériale des Beaux-Arts (School of Fine Arts) in Paris, known from 1819 to 1863 as the École Royale des Beaux-Arts. The atlas volume has a letterpress title-page and index to the plates.Somewhat foxed throughout, but still in good condition. The sheepskin chafed and the bookblock of the atlas volume has detached from the binding.

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        FAIRBURN'S ODDEST OF ALL ODDITIES, A Collection of Droll Stories. The Three Ugly Mugs at Covent Garden.

      Published by J. Fairburn, Junior, London 1819 - 26 pages. Three quarter maroon morocco binding by Riviere & Son is lightly rubbed and worn, with lower front hinge weakened. Bound with illustrated paper wrappers. Folding color frontispiece and color title page by Cruikshank. Minor offsetting onto title page, and tiny spot of discoloration at the bottom edge of the frontis, and minor soiling to the wrappers. Marbled endpapers. t.e.g. with other edges untrimmed. Previous owner's engraved armorial bookplate on the inside front cover: Deo Adjuvante; Sir David Lionel, Goldsmid-Stern-Salomons Bart of Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells. The endpapers have minor discoloration from old tape adhesive. First edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The battle of Niagara: Second edition -- enlarged: With other poems.

      N.G. Maxwell (pr. by B. Edes), 1819. Second, expanded edition, following the first of the previous year, of the author's second published book. In addition to the title piece, the volume includes "Goldau: Or the Maniac Harper," along with a few shorter works. Neal, who went on to become a prominent voice in 19th-century American literature, describes in the preface here his distress over the first edition, which he calls "crowded and disfigured with innumerable errors -- chiefly typographical, however; though in some cases, whole lines were left out. . . ." Alas, this edition also required an errata leaf.

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        Don Quixote de la Mancha

      1819. CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de. (JARVIS, Charles, translator). Don Quixote de la Mancha. Translated from the Original Spanish… by Charles Jarvis, Esq. London: T. McLean, 1819. Four volumes. Octavo, early 20th-century full tan speckled calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, tan and brown morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers. $5500.Jarvis’ esteemed translation of Don Quixote, illustrated with 24 exquisite hand-colored aquatint engravings by J. Clark designed expressly for this edition. Handsomely bound by Larkins.“Don Quixote is one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times, and there are very few who have not at one time or another felt themselves to be Don Quixote confronting the windmills or Sancho Panza at the inn” (PMM 111). Charles Jarvis’ translation, one of the earliest, is also regarded as one of the best. “Published posthumously in 1742 and frequently reprinted, it is generally acknowledged as being close in spirit to the original” (Oxford DNB). Includes extensive Translator’s Preface, as well as a brief Life of Cervantes. Bound with half titles. Abbey, Life 238. Rius 669. Fine condition, splendidly illustrated and handsomely bound.

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        Die Bibliothek der Oberlausitzischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften alphabetisch verzeichnet. Mit dem Bildnisse des verew(igten Adolph Traugott) v. Gersdorf (auf Wigandsthal u. dem Bildnisse des verewigten Karl Gottlob v. Anton auf Waldau, Oberneundorff)

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        On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation

      1819. First Edition . RICARDO, David. On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation. Georgetown, D.C.: Joseph Milligan, 1819. Octavo, original blue-gray paper boards rebacked with partial original spine laid down, uncut and largely unopened. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $8500.First American edition, one of only 500 copies, of this most important work by Ricardo—""the first 'scientific economist"" (PMM)—based on the first London edition of 1817, uncut and partially unopened.This first American edition of Principles, aside from a later scarce 1830 printing, is the only 19th-century appearance of any work by Ricardo in America, where his influence was nevertheless immense, spread mainly through related texts. ""Ricardo is without doubt the greatest representative of classical political economy. He carried the work begun by Adam Smith to the farthest point possible… Ricardo, writing 50 years later than Smith, showed a greater insight in the working of the economic system… In the opinion of his own contemporaries at home and abroad, Ricardo is acknowledged the leader of the science… His most important work is On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, first published in 1817"" (Roll, 155-6). ""The fundamental groundwork of the Principles is based on the theory that, given free competition in trade, the exchange value of commodities will be determined by the amount of labor expended in production… Ricardo was, in a sense, the first 'scientific' economist… [His work] has proved of lasting value"" (PMM 277). ""This is a most able, original and profound work. Its appearance formed a new era in the history of the science"" (McCulloch, 16-17). Milligan published 500 copies of this first American edition; 250 were subscribed by members of Congress and by others impressed with the notice in the Edinburgh Review in 1818. The remaining copies were largely unsold, then reissued with a new title page in 1830. With pages 387 and 437 mispaginated as issued. Goldsmith II: 22323. Kress C402. Text generally fresh with only light scattered foxing, mild soiling and expert restoration to boards.

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        “Consideration sur L’Amerique Espagnole 28 Janvier 1819.”

      Folio, 15 page manuscript, stitched with red thread, inscribed in ink in very good, very clean, and legible condition.Unpublished manuscript diplomatic memorandum, unsigned, but known to be written by, the Consul of France at Madrid, Durand de St. Andre, (who served in that post from 1819-1823),which reports on the general situation and with a bold and dramatic outline of a plan to rescue the Americas for Spain. The text, written in French, and here loosely translated, in part, begins: "What are the best means to not only improve the pacification of South America, but also to ensure the most solid basis and prevent the incendiary events and misfortunes of this part of the New World by assiduous study of the affairs of Spanish America." The manuscript, at length, continues: "The Americas conquered by the Spanish were considered as an integral part of the monarchy rather than a colony … Trade from the Americas was exclusively reserved for Spain … the possession of the greater part of America had no influence on fabricators, commerce and agriculture and if the colonies paid large sums of cash into the coffers of the King, they were almost entirely absorbed by expenditures for the navy … The crown of Spain should seek to retain its crown jewel … the proper character of the movement which broke out during the same epoch is the strong desire to throw off the yoke of Bonaparte … The captive king … The Central Junta based in Spain tried in vain to recognize its superiority in Caracas, Santa Fe, Buenos Ayres … the Cortes de Cadiz… Equal rights between Americans and Spaniards proclaimed… The Americas were declared part of the Spanish Crown … The uprising in Mexico was appeased by force of arms… Ferdinand VII … restored the system of laws of the Indies…" Saint André then discusses the insurrection in Caracas and Buenos Aires: "A large expedition under command of General Murillo appears on the coast of Venezuela and New Granada… to achieve submission… then fails [Isle de Marguerite]… Chile has declared its independence and joined its troops to those of Buenos Aires and have achieved brilliant success against the Royal Army … and menaces Peru. A large expedition prepares for Cadiz with eighteen thousand troops for the landing … [invasion] it will be ready in eight months…" Durand de Saint André advocates conciliation along with specific plans: "To declare the Americas an independent state under the sovereignty of the King of Spain equal rights and responsibilities … independence and freedom of commerce… A special minister resident at the court to direct the affairs of the Americas… King will have a court and an American military presence… The pacified Americas would be divided into three zones with ports on the Atlantic 1. New Spain with the Kingdom of Guatemala and the island of Cuba, Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo, and the Floridas. 2. Province of Venezuela and the Kingdom of New Granada 3. Peru, Chile and Rio de la Plata. Create an American confederation and deliver a naval war against the insurgent pirates with two squadrons – one in Havana, the other at Cartagena to protect navigation in the Gulf of Mexico and those of Antilles. If Montevideo returned under the power of Spain, it will dominate the Rio de la Plata. The establishment of stations in Callao de Lima, Guayaquil, Acapulco, and San Blas would clean the South Seas of Corsairs as far as Cape Horn …" A fascinating and fabulous report, which raises questions, unanswered in the report, as to what exactly the role of France would be in implementing the plan, and, what France expected to gain. Obviously, none of this plan was ever implemented, for from 1819-1825, under the leadership of Bolivar all of the Spanish colonies gained their independence.

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        The Vampyre; A Tale

      London: for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1819, 1819. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS, earliest 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., bound in the original gray paper wrappers, entirely uncut as issued, spine repaired/replaced, inner hinges reinforced, uncut as issued, occasional mild foxing but largely clean and bright. Polidori, Lord Byron'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's supernatural classic, Frankenstein, and to Polidori's The Vampyre - a much inferior work, but still celebrated as the first vampire-gothic work in English, and extremely popular in its time (partly, no doubt, because it first appeared as the work of Byron).

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        Reports from the Commissioners, appointed by His Majesty to execute the measures recommended in an address of the House of Commons, respecting the Public Records of Ireland: with Supplements and Appendixes. 1810-1815.

      London: [Hansard], ordered to be printed 13th July 1819. ORIGINAL REPORT. Large Folio, pp.[2] 571 [5]. With 21 plates featuring facsimile reproductions of Irish charters, some coloured, as well as a number of large folding engraved illustrations of buildings in Dublin, all with tissue guards. In recent tan quarter calf with raised bands, gilt titles to maroon morocco label. Marbled paper-covered boards. All edges untrimmed.Some light wear to new binding; very good indeed. The Irish Record Commission (1810-1830) was established as a branch of the British Record Commission as a result of a letter from Lord Redesdale, Lord Chancellor for Ireland, to Lord Hardwicke, Lord Leiutenant, in March 1806. The exceptionally extensive and ancient records of Ireland were kept in poor, often damp conditions in Dublin Castle, without proper indexing, and it was recommended that something be done to prevent them deteriorating any further. This report was ordered by the House of Lords from the Commons, detailing the progress of the Commission to date.

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        Treatises On The Second Sight. A Treatise On The Second Sight, Dreams and Apparitions : With Several Instances Sufficiently Attested; And An Appendix Of Others Equally Authentic The Whole Illustrated With Letters To And From The Author On The Subject of his Treatise; And A Short Dissertation on the Mischievous Effects of Loose Principles.

      Glascow: Robert Chapman, for J. Wylie & Co., 1819. Modern Quarter Calf, with Very Thick Hand Marbled Boards in Fine Condition. Title/Date Gold Gilt Stamping to Spine (see scan). Collated, and Complete including Half Title, Title Page and Facsimile Title of 1763. Sewn Binding Very Tight. Internally some light signs of age, with the odd tick. Ever so slightly trimmed, final leaf corner expertly repaired, with no textual loss. Truly Scarce, if not Rare.. First Thus. Quarter Leather/Marbled Boards. Near Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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

      Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1819, in 8°, de XVI-190pp. 1f. 120pp. 1f. de table, demi-basane brune époque, dos lisse orné, tr. marbrées, rousseurs. Première édition française de cet ouvrage majeur du célèbre chimiste suédois père de la notation du poids atomique des éléments. Traduit du suédois, l'ouvrage fut revu et publié par l'auteur lors de son séjour à Paris. Plus de la moitié de l'ouvrage est constitué par les tables "des poids de l'atome de la plupart des substances inorganiques". La notation créée par Berzélius repose sur la polarité électrique des corps simples, et cette représentation fut universellement adoptée, et malgré les progrès de la chimie organique, le principe de cette notation n'a jamais été abandonné. Comme Lavoisier avait créé une nomenclature universelle, Berzélius a créé une écriture chimique universelle, toutefois l'accord sur un système de poids atomiques ne se fit qu'un demi-siècle plus tard. Le système fut réformé par Gerhardt et Laurent, et dura jusqu'à l'exposé de la classification périodique des éléments par Mendeleïev en 1869. ¶ Daumas Hist. science p.953 & sq. - DS.B. II.90 - Cole 143 - Manque à Duveen et Ferguson.

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

      first 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. autograph dedication of 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. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Firmin Didot & G. Doyen Paris 1819 & 1832 15x23cm 2 volumes reliés en 1

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        FAIRBURN'S ODDEST OF ALL ODDITIES, A Collection of Droll Stories. The Three Ugly Mugs at Covent Garden.

      London: Published by J. Fairburn, Junior, 1819. 26 pages. Three quarter maroon morocco binding by Riviere & Son is lightly rubbed and worn, with lower front hinge weakened. Bound with illustrated paper wrappers. Folding color frontispiece and color title page by Cruikshank. Minor offsetting onto title page, and tiny spot of discoloration at the bottom edge of the frontis, and minor soiling to the wrappers. Marbled endpapers. t.e.g. with other edges untrimmed. Previous owner's engraved armorial bookplate on the inside front cover: Deo Adjuvante; Sir David Lionel, Goldsmid-Stern-Salomons Bart of Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells. The endpapers have minor discoloration from old tape adhesive. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Tour of the Grand Junction, illustrated in a series of engravings;

      8vo., with 24 fine fully hand-coloured aquatint plates, each with its original tissue guard, viii + 147 + (5)pp., in spite of the tissue guard, a little offsetting of frontispiece on title-page, contemporary calf panelled in gilt and blind, flat spine with gilt lettering piece, marbled edges, the binding generally somewhat worn, nonetheless still sound. A good copy with fine impressions of the coloured plates.Publisher: London: printed for J. Hassell, 27, Richard-Street, Islington.Year: 1819Edition: First edition. Abbey, Scenery, 30. Tooley 252. Goldsmiths 22530.2. Williams I, p.93.

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        An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India: comprising a Vew of the Afghaun Nation, and a History of the Dooraunee Monarchy. The Second Edition, with an Entirely New Map.

      London: for Longman... and J. Murray, 1819. 2 volumes, octavo. Second edition. Vol.1: pp.xxiv; 512; Vol.2: xii; 495. With publisher's twelve-page advertisement leaflet inserted at the end of volume one. Complete with fourteen engravings, thirteen of which are hand coloured. The illustrations include a folding map and one fold-out plate. The rare 'Entire New Map' is present, being a particularly large hand-coloured folding plate (ten folds) in the centre of volume 1. This is not called for within the list of plates but is noted on the title page. An uncut copy, bound in original drab boards with a later paper respine to style. Internally clean, but for a couple of small institutional stamps, owner name to pastedown, three plates brittle with neat marginal repairs, some pge bolts unopened, fragile boards with some chipping and edgewear. Remains an attractive example, complete in boards. Mountstuart Elphinstone, a founder of British India, was appointed the first British envoy to the court of Kabul (1808) and became the Governor of Bombay (now Mumbai) in 181. He twice refused appointment as Governor-General of India, preferring to finish his two-volume work The History of India (1841). This title is considered a landmark text on Afghanistan and the Afghans and his account influenced British policy until the 1840s. Ephinstone College at the University of Mumbai was named in his honour and his statue stands in St Paul's Cathedral. Abbey Travel 504; Howgego II, E10.

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        Tour of the Grand Junction, Illustrated in a Series of Engravings; With an Historical and Topographical Description of those Parts of the Counties of Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, and Northamptonshire, Through which the Canal passes.

      London: Printed for J. Hassell, 1819. 8vo, contemporary olive-green morocco, gilt rules, decorations and lettering, a.e.g. Twenty-four hand-colored aquatint plates drawn and engraved by Hassell. ¶ The Grand Junction Canal was designed to facilitate water transport from Oxford Canal to London, in place of the uncertain Thames River. The canal was opened in 1800 and pretty well completed in 1805, and its 93 miles of waterway, with two long tunnels, did greatly improve cargo shipping. It is now, like all the canals of England, used almost entirely for pleasure cruising. John Hassell (died 1825) wrote and illustrated numerous art-instruction and topographical works, of which this is one of the most appealing, due to the beauty of the countryside through which the canal passed. In his Preface Hassell declares that the Grand Junction "embraces a variety far exceeding that afforded by many rivers, as combining all the beauties of landscape--the elegance and splendor of the mansion and the villa--and the venerable remains of antiquity." Binding slightly rubbed; fine copy.

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        [Color Plate] Tour of The Grand Junction, illustrated in a series of engravings; with an Historical and Topographical Description of those parts of the counties of Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Northhamptonshire, through which the canal passes

      London Printed for J Hassell, 27, Richard Street, Islington; and sold by all book sellers 1819 First Edition. 8vo: viii,147,[5] pp, with hand-colored frontispiece and 23 full-page hand-colored plates "of great topographical interest" (Hardie; according to Abbey, some copies were issued uncolored). Full period black straight-grain morocco, spine elaborately tooled gilt in six compartments, boards tooled in blind and gilt, turn-ins gilt, all edges gilt. A Very Good or better copy, the plates clean and bright, with sporadic, mostly marginal (occasionally heavy) foxing to text. Provenance: book plate to front paste down of Howard Calhoun Davidson (1890-1984), U. S. Air Force Major General and veteran of both World Wars. Abbey, Scenery, 30. Tooley 252. Martin Hardie, pp. 140-141. Prideaux, p. 272. Very Good + The Grand Junction Canal's 93 miles of waterway, from Braunston in Northhamptonshire to the River Thames at Brentford, was designed to facilitate water transport to London as an alternative to the uncertain Thames. By 1790, an extensive network of canals was in place in the Midlands, but the only route to London was via the Oxford Canal to the Thames, then down the river to the capital. The River Thames, particularly its upper reaches, suffered from shallow sections and shortages of water leading to delays at locks. The mainline (there were numerous branches) of the Grand Junction Canal, built between 1793 and 1805, by-passed the upper Thames and shortened the journey to London. Hassell, a watercolorist and engraver, first appeared as an exhibitor at the Royal Academy in 1789, with a "View of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain." Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE REAL-ENCYCLOPAEDIE für gebildete Stände. (Conversations-Lexicon). 5. Original-Auflage. 10 Bde (A - Zz) und CONVERSATIONS-LEXICON. NEUE FOLGE und Supplementband. So komplett sehr selten.

      F. A. Brockhaus, Leipzig 1819 - Brockhaus: ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE REAL-ENCYCLOPAEDIE für gebildete Stände. (Conversations-Lexicon). 5. Original-Auflage. 10 Bde (A - Zz)1819 - 1820 und CONVERSATIONS-LEXICON. Neue Folge in 4 Bänden (A-Z nebst Nachträgen) 1822 - 1826 und zusätzlich Supplementband zum Conversations-Lexikon für die Besitzer der fünften und früheren Auflagen (1 Band). Insgesamt 15 Bände. 19x11,5cm Innen sehr sauber und gut erhalten, außer achter Band, hinten angeschmort mit Bräunungen im hinteren Textteil, dieser Buchblock eingerissen.Marmorierte Pappd. der Zeit, betrieben und Rückenseite stärker, (siehe Fotos).Keine Gerüche und keine fehlenden Seiten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Novels and Tales.

      Edinburgh: Constable & London: Longmans et al. 1819 - 12 volume set, 8.5 inches tall. A splendid full straight grain morocco with gilt raised bands, extra gilt panels' dentelles and all edges. The boards are framed within gilt and blind rolls so typical of the period. This is the first edition of this particular tall edition, the remaining works being categorised as 'Historical Romances', 'Novels and Romances' and 'Tales and Romances'. Some scattered foxing. With the ink inscription of Anne Theodora Gaskell of Ingersley Hall, Cheshire. A most attractive set of these celebrated works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs

      

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        SKETCHES OF LOUISVILLE And its Environs; Including, among a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Matter, a Florula Louisvillensis; or, a Catalogue of Nearly 400 Genera and 600 Species of Plants, that Grow in the Vicinity of the Town...

      Louisville, KY: Printed by S. Penn, 1819. viii, [ii blank], 255 pages of text. Original blue paper-covered publisher's boards, with tan paper-covered spine; binding is rubbed, worn and chipped, remaining intact and attractive and protected in archival mylar. Illustrated with a fold-out map titled "Map of the Falls of the Ohio, and the Adjoining Counties. Engraved for McMurtries Sketches." This map has been archivally mended at two folds, repairing very minimal loss. The map is discolored where it is attached to the book. Complete with the map and a fold-out table. The text is evenly and lightly to moderately foxed. One of the two original rear endpapers are lacking and the remaining endpaper is torn with loss. The title continues "...exhibiting their Generic, Specific, and Vulgar English Names. To which is Added an Appendix, Containing an accurate Account of the Earthquakes experienced here from the 16th December, 1811, to the 7th February, 1812, extracted principally from the Papers of the late J. Brookes, Esq." Howes M174: the first history of this city and the first important book printed in Louisville." First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Correspondance Inédite Officielle et Confidentielle de Napoléon Bonaparte (7 Tomes - Complet) Correspondance Inédite Officielle et Confidentielle de Napoléon Bonaparte avec les Cours étrangères, les Princes, les Ministres et les Généraux Français et Etrangers, en Italie, en Allemagne et en Egypte. Tomes I et II : Italie ; Tome III et IV : Venise ; Tomes V et VI : Egypte ; Tome VII : Divers

      7 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure demi-chagrin brun, dos à 4 nerfs plats ornés, dos orné d'un N couronné, tête dorée, non rogné, C. L. F. Panckoucke, Paris, 1819-1820, I : 3 ff.(feuillet de souscription, faux-titre et titre, 518 pp.) ; II : 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre), 568 pp. ; III : 539 pp. ; IV : 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre), 534 pp. ; V : 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre), 511 pp. ; VI : 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre), 507 pp. ; VII : 2 ff. (faux-titre et titre), 467 pp. Rare exemplaire bien complet de la première édition, la seule parue du vivant de l'Empereur. Bon état (sans les faux-titre et titre du tome 3, qq. petits frott. à la reliure et qq. rouss.). Français

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        Memoirs of Henry Obookiah

      

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        PLAN ROUTIER DE LA VILLE DE PARIS ET DE SES FAUBOURGS. Ou se trouvent indiques tous les Changemens operes jusqu'a ce jour avec les projets d'Embellissemens, les Nouv.les Rues et P.ts Pour servir de guide aux voyageurs...

      Paris: Esnault, 1819. Pocket map. Meaures approximately 21.75 inches height x 31 width (555mm x 790mm). Original outline hand-color designates districts of the city. Numerous small tears at folds, and three small tape repairs applied to back of map. Four pin holes where notes are affixed with straight pins. Printed on extremely thick paper, this thirty-six section folding map is housed in the original casing, with printed front cover label which states simply "Nouveau Plan de Paris." Moderate rubbing and soiling, with two tape repairs. Title continues "... Divise en 12 Mairies Municipale et par Quartiers Revuet Corrige par Amédée Martin et Depose a la Direction Genle de l'Imprimerie.". First edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Histoire Naturelle générale et particulière des Mollusques Terrestres et Fluviatiles...Paris. J.B. Baillière 1819 - 1851.

      1819. In folio, mz. tela (percallina), con titolo in oro sbiadito. Disponiamo solamente del primo volume di atlante, contenente  54 bellissime tavv.,  inc. in acciaio e tutte (salvo una) finemente stampate a colori e rifinite  a mano. Vi è una pagina di dedicatoria e un testo esplicativo per le tavole di 14 pp., l'opera è priva di frontespizio. Fioriture marginali nelle tavole, diffuse nel testo. Buon esemplare di opera estremamente rara.L'opera completa consta di 4 voll., con 247 tavole. Si tratta di uno dei più rari e dei più bei libri di malacologia. Cfr. per una esatta collazione Nissen ZBI, 1348.

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        De l'auscultation médiate ou traité du diagnostic des maladies du poumon et du coeur, fondé principalement sur ce nouveau moyen d'exploration

      Paris: Brosson & Chaudé, 1819. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo. xlviii, 456, [8] pp; xvi, 472 pp., 4 engraved plates. Contemporary half calf with spine gilt, decor. and red and green label (vol. 2 with small defect at top spine). Some occasional light foxing; very fine copies in beautiful binding. ----PMM 280; Dibner 129; Norman 1253; Heirs of Hippocrates 1364; Garrison-Morton 2673; Osler 1318; Wellcome III, p. 429 - FIRST EDITION, first state, with the second leaf of the dedication (a*2) uncancelled. A LANDMARK WORK IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND HEART, ANNOUNCING THE INVENTION OF THE STETHOSCOPE. As head physican at the Necker Hospital in Paris, Laennec's investigations of emphysema, tuberculosis, and other chest diseases inspired him to improvise a technological innovation that would revolutionize physical diagnosis. Although auscultation had been known since the days of Hippocrates, and diagnostic percussion of the chest had most recently been advocated by Auenbruegger, these methods were often inconvenient and were subject to frequent misinterpretation. Experimentation with a rolled paper cylinder led Laennec to invent a more reliable diagnostic instrument, a foot-long tube of cedar wood, which amplified the sounds of his patients' hearts and lungs. Even more impressive than his invention of this brilliantly simple instrument, however, were the uses Laennec made of it: through methodical observation he taught himself the significance of the various sounds produced by the movements of the heart and lungs and drew up a clear and detailed classification system correlating. Fine.

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        The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. No. I [-V]

      New-York: Printed by C.S. Van Winkle, 1819. First edition of parts I-V. iv, [5]-94; [97]-169, [1]; [171]-210, 203-242; [243]-301, [1], [ii], [303]-335, [1]; [337]-443, [1] pp., with two examples of printed slip warning against unauthorized printings tipped-in to No. II. 8vo. Contemporary full red straight-grained morocco, covers tooled in gilt and blind with wide double-fillet border compartments and Greek key and feather and trefoil rolls, corner compartments stamped with gilt diamond and floral tool, smooth spine divided into five compartments, lettered in one, the rest gilt with small floral tools, board edges and turn-ins gilt with Greek key and floral rolls, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Some spotting and light staining to text, else fine, in custom red cloth slipcase and chemise. First edition of parts I-V. iv, [5]-94; [97]-169, [1]; [171]-210, 203-242; [243]-301, [1], [ii], [303]-335, [1]; [337]-443, [1] pp., with two examples of printed slip warning against unauthorized printings tipped-in to No. II. 8vo. Early American Binding by John Roulstone. A fine early American morocco extra binding by the Boston bookbinder John Roulstone (c. 1777-1826, fl. 1802-1825). Roulstone was one of only four early American binders to sign his bindings (Lightbody, Legge, and Potter the others), and his commission work for the Harvard College Library, including one signed binding, has greatly facilitated the identification of his bindings (cf. French, "John Roulstone's Harvard Bindings," Bookbinding in Early America). In the present example, which is unsigned, the cover border tooling (Greek key and feather) and cornerpieces match that on Roulstone's signed binding of a syllabus of the lectures of Francis Nicholls presented to Harvard by Ward Nicholas Boylston (ibid, p. 91, fig. 30). French suggests that Roulstone apprenticed, or was at least influenced, by English émigré and fellow Boston bookbinder Henry Bilson Legge. The theory would account for a similarity of design and tooling and the pronounced "Englishness" of Roulstone's work. Roulstone was active for more than twenty years and achieved a certain level of success. In addition to his work for Harvard, he bound for the Boston Athenæum and a number of private citizens, and when he died in 1826 of consumption, his estate was valued at $13,000. French praises Roulstone as "well known in his community and very likely the best binder of his time and place" (p. 117). The present example, which includes first editions of parts I-V of Washington Irving's Sketch Book (a further two parts were later published in 1820), is a fine example of Roulstone's "extra binding" work - full straight-grained morocco, richly tooled in gilt, with board edges and turn-ins gilt, all edges gilt, and marbled endpapers. It was formerly in the American binding collection of Michael Papantonio, who mentions this book specifically in his "The Dealer as Collector": "About 1940 I sold a copy of Washington Irving's Sketchbook bound in red morocco by John Roulstone. I felt that I could not afford to keep it. In the early 1950s I was called in to look at a collection in a New York apartment, and among the books there was the Sketchbook. Needless to say it became part of my collection." All but six of Papantonio's early American bindings are now at the American Antiquarian Society. The Sketchbook was purchased privately in 1999 from Ximenes, which had been instrumental in selling off the remains of Papantonio's collection after his death. The binding is decorated with the following tools, as identified by French. Rolls: T87 (Greek key and feather), T95 (trefoil and bead), T86 (circle and star), T100 (cemicircle) Stamps: T118 (diamond and flower). Papantonio, Early American Bindings 37; BAL 10106; Blackburn, 15-23 (CHECK). Provenance: Norris Marshall Jones (letterpress bookplate); Horatio Robinson (presentation inscription, "Presented to Horatio Robinson from his friend, Norris Marshall Jones. May 12th 1820"); Richard Montgomery Gilchrist Potter (red morocco booklabel); Michael Papantonio (Early American Bookbindings, no. 37)

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        SKETCHES OF LOUISVILLE And its Environs; Including, among a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Matter, a Florula Louisvillensis; or, a Catalogue of Nearly 400 Genera and 600 Species of Plants, that Grow in the Vicinity of the Town...

      Louisville, KY: Printed by S. Penn, 1819. viii, [ii blank], 255 pages of text. Original blue paper-covered publisher's boards, with tan paper-covered spine; binding is rubbed, worn and chipped, remaining intact and attractive and protected in archival mylar. Illustrated with a fold-out map titled "Map of the Falls of the Ohio, and the Adjoining Counties. Engraved for McMurtries Sketches." This map has been archivally mended at two folds, repairing very minimal loss. The map is discolored where it is attached to the book. Complete with the map and a fold-out table. The text is evenly and lightly to moderately foxed. One of the two original rear endpapers are lacking and the remaining endpaper is torn with loss. The title continues "...exhibiting their Generic, Specific, and Vulgar English Names. To which is Added an Appendix, Containing an accurate Account of the Earthquakes experienced here from the 16th December, 1811, to the 7th February, 1812, extracted principally from the Papers of the late J. Brookes, Esq." Howes M174: the first history of this city and the first important book printed in Louisville." First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        Voyage vers le pôle arctique dans la baie de Baffin, fait en 1818 par les vaisseaux de Sa Majesté "l'Isabelle" et "l'Alexandre", commandés par le capitaine Ross et le lieutenant Parry... rédigé : - 1° sur la relation du capitaine Ross, - 2° sur le journal publié par un officier à bord de "l'Alexandre", - 3° sur la relation du capitaine Sabine, - 4° sur le journal publié par un autre officier, par l'auteur "d'Une année de séjour à Londres" [A.-J.-B. Defauconpret]

      Paris, Lie de Gide fils, 1819, in 8°, de 290pp., ill. d'un front. gravé, d'une planche se dépl. et d'une grande carte du pôle aquarellée se dépl., demi-basane bleue époque, dos lisse à filets dorés lég. frotté. Rare première édition française du récit de la première expédition de John Ross en 1818, à la recherche du passage du Nord-Ouest, par le détroit de Davis. Il longe la côte nord-ouest du Groenland et reconnaît presque entièrement la baie de Baffin. Cette expédition confirma un grand nombre des découvertes que Baffin avait faites au XVIIe siècle et elle permit de tracer sur les cartes le contour de la baie de Baffin. Toutefois, les monts Croker, que crû apercevoir Ross, furent l'objet d'une controverse qui l'opposa à Barrow, Sabine et Parry dans un débat acrimonieux. ¶ Sabin 23923.

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        Oeuvres complètes

      Later edition with a portrait of the author by Aug. St Aubin after Houdon's bust and 152 plates by Moreau le Jeune. This copy also includes ten folding plates of mathematical figures, a lithographed note by the King of Prussia and Voltaire, a lithographed letter from Voltaire to Bertrand, another lithographed letter from Voltaire and a table of sounds and music.Contemporary dark blue half calf, spine in five compartments with dentelles and gilt fillets as well as fleurons and blindruled fillets, marbled edges.A little foxing, otherwise a very good copy.  Antoine Augustin Renouard Paris 1819-1825 13x21,5cm 66 tomes reliés en 65 volumes reliés

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        A description of the sights, or, instruments for pointing guns;

      royal 8vo., 3 engraved plates (2 of which are folding), vi + (7) - 25 + (2) + 24 - 55 + (1)pp., including the half-title (which has some soiling), original soiled boards, neatly rebacked. A very good large copy with the contemporary ownership signature of "Henry Beaufoy**, South Lambeth. April 1820", at head of title.Publisher: London: printed by J. Whiting; published by T. Egerton.Year: 1819Edition: Second edition: very rare. [Of the 1st ed. of 1818, OCLC & COPAC find copies only at BL + Camb. + Bodleian: of the 1819 2nd ed. copies located at BL + US Navy Lib. (DC) + US Army Lib. (PA)].

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        Abrégé de l'Histoire de France [ Edition originale ] Abrégé de l'Histoire de France; composé de recherches curieuses la plupart négligées par les historiens, et contenant, dans l'ordre chronologique, la généalogie détaillée des Princes de chaque race ; l'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'assemblée des notables en 1787, jusqu'à la fin de 1819

      Chez A. A. Renouard, Tournachon-Molin et H. Seguin, Chez Noellat, 1819. 1 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure demi-veau rouge, dos à 5 nerfs, tête dorée, Chez A. A. Renouard, Tournachon-Molin et H. Seguin, Paris, Chez Noellat, Dijon, 1819, lxiij-432 pp., 2 ff., 116 pp. [ Précis chronologique des événements politiques, civils, militaires et littéraires, suvenus, tant en France que dans les différens Etats de l'Europe, depuis 1814 jusqu'en 1819 ] avec 1 frontispice et 5 pl. hors texte [ titre complet : ] Abrégé de l'Histoire de France; composé de recherches curieuses la plupart négligées par les historiens, et contenant, dans l'ordre chronologique, la généalogie détaillée des Princes de chaque race ; l'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'assemblée des notables en 1787, jusqu'à la fin de 1819 Rare exemplaire de l'édition originale. Etat très satisfaisant (malencontreuses annotations au stylo sur une page, dos lég. frotté, parfait état par ailleurs) pour ce rare exemplaire, bien complet, malgré les sauts dans la pagination latine, car comme l'indique une note de l'auteur : "On prie le lecteur de ne pas faire attention à quelques interruptions dans la pagination des chiffres romains". Français

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        FAIRBURN'S ODDEST OF ALL ODDITIES, A Collection of Droll Stories. The Three Ugly Mugs at Covent Garden.

      London: Published by J. Fairburn, Junior, 1819. 26 pages. Three quarter maroon morocco binding by Riviere & Son is lightly rubbed and worn, with lower front hinge weakened. Bound with illustrated paper wrappers. Folding color frontispiece and color title page by Cruikshank. Minor offsetting onto title page, and tiny spot of discoloration at the bottom edge of the frontis, and minor soiling to the wrappers. Marbled endpapers. t.e.g. with other edges untrimmed. Previous owner's engraved armorial bookplate on the inside front cover: Deo Adjuvante; Sir David Lionel, Goldsmid-Stern-Salomons Bart of Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells. The endpapers have minor discoloration from old tape adhesive. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        A description of part of the adventures of Cap Smith in Virginia.

      Artist: Reeve James/Vaughan Robert Richmond; issued in : Richmond Virginia; date: 1819 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Tear on the right side perfectly restored; size (in cm): 27,5 x 36 - description: Map shows with 8 views a map of Virginia, the arrival of John Smith, an english explorer and conquerer.

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

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

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        BIOGRAFIA CREMONESE ossia Dizionario storico delle famiglie e persone per qualsivoglia titolo memorabili e chiare spettanti alla città di Cremona dai tempi più remoti fino all'età nostra. Volume I (II e III).

      Borsani, 1819. 3 voll. in folio, pp. 416; 588, (4); (96), (2), rileg. mod. cart. color. con tass. orig. in carta applicati ai d. Dedicat. alla città di Cremona. Con 4 tavv. inc. in rame al I tomo raffiguranti ritratti e monete antiche. Contiene biografie di cremonesi illustri fino alla lettera C. Lozzi 1392 nota. Opera di assoluta rarità, rimasta interrotta, curata dall'erudito cremonese (1766-1851). Nel terzo vol. l'A. avvisa che la publicazione dei volumi proseguirà per dispense, ma fu pubblicata solo la prima da "Cabelli" a "Camisani". Vi si trovano talvolta menzionate alcune incisioni che però non furono inserite "per non accrescere il prezzo dei volumi", come avvisa l'A. stesso al fine del II tomo. Qualche fioritura e lievi aloni marginali al secondo vol. Bell'esempl. in barbe. [138]

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        SKETCHES OF LOUISVILLE And its Environs; Including, among a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Matter, a Florula Louisvillensis; or, a Catalogue of Nearly 400 Genera and 600 Species of Plants, that Grow in the Vicinity of the Town.

      Printed by S. Penn, Louisville, KY 1819 - viii, [ii blank], 255 pages of text. Original blue paper-covered publisher's boards, with tan paper-covered spine; binding is rubbed, worn and chipped, remaining intact and attractive and protected in archival mylar. Illustrated with a fold-out map titled "Map of the Falls of the Ohio, and the Adjoining Counties. Engraved for McMurtries Sketches." This map has been archivally mended at two folds, repairing very minimal loss. The map is discolored where it is attached to the book. Complete with the map and a fold-out table. The text is evenly and lightly to moderately foxed. One of the two original rear endpapers are lacking and the remaining endpaper is torn with loss. The title continues ".exhibiting their Generic, Specific, and Vulgar English Names. To which is Added an Appendix, Containing an accurate Account of the Earthquakes experienced here from the 16th December, 1811, to the 7th February, 1812, extracted principally from the Papers of the late J. Brookes, Esq." Howes M174: the first history of this city and the first important book printed in Louisville." First edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sull’ernie memorie anatomico-chirurgiche.

      Pavie, Fusi, 1819 - In-folio de VI - 181 pp. et 11 planches à double-page, en double état. Légères rousseurs marginales. Demi-vélin à coins, dos lisse orné de roulettes dorées, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Petits accrocs à la pièce de titre. Reliure de l'époque. Seconde édition en italien, qui se distingue par ses 11 spectaculaires planches exécutées avec un étonnant sens du réalisme par Anderloni ; chacune d’elle comporte un état supplémentaire présentant la même vue schématisée au trait, ce qui porte le tout à 22 planches à double page, soit 2 planches de plus que l’édition originale de 1809. La plupart des vues sont à taille réelle. Ce célèbre anatomiste et chirurgien italien (1748-1832) fit faire de grands progrès à la science grâce à ses recherches sur les maladies des yeux, les pieds-bots, les anévrismes, l'odorat, les nerfs de la cinquième paire, les ganglions, etc. Il fit ses études médicales à Padoue, sous la direction de l'illustre et judicieux Morgagni qui l'honora d'une amitié et d'une estime particulière, et qui lui inspira un goût profond pour l'étude de l'anatomie. A peine agé de 24 ans, Scarpa fut nommé professeur d'anatomie à l'université de Modène. Bel exemplaire en demi-vélin de l'époque. Provenance : Ex-libris contrecollés du médecin Adrien Pierre Leroy des Barres et du neurologue Maurice-Villaret. Heirs of Hippocrates 1110. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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.

      Boston: Samuel T. Armstrong, 1819. Slim octavo, 40, xvi pages. 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. 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.

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        Leçon de langue arabe

      1819 - Paris, Eberhart imprimeur du College Royal de France, Paris 1819. 13 Fascicules en un vol.In-8 à pagination multiples. Leçons de langue arabe donné par l'orientaliste Jean Joseph Marcel.(Dos cassé, couverture usagée mais en bonne condition. Couture faible. Une des fascicule est usée et porte certaines écritures à la main de l'année 1807). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Letters written during a ten years’ residence at the court of Tripoli; published from the originals in the possession of the family of the Late Richard Tully, Esq., The British Consul. Comprising authentic memoirs and anecdotes of the reigning Bashaw, his family, and other persons of distinction; also an account of the domestic manners of the Moors, Arabs, and Turks

      Two volumes. Third edition. Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit Street. London. 1819. 8vo. xv, 375, 396pp. 7 hand coloured aquatint plates, 1 folding map. Full calf by E. Pover, Chester, raised banding to spines, gilt ornaments and spine rules, gilt ornament and blind stamping ornamentation to boards. Gauffered in gilt to edges. Inner gilt dentelles. Spines relaid. Marbled endpapers, (fep to vol I with some areas of surface loss). All edges marbled. Some offsetting of plates. Small corner torn II,131. Silk book markers. Bookplate of Hugh, Duke of Westminster, Eaton, 1884. Richard Tully was the British Consul at Tripoli from 1783 to 1793, and, according to the preface of the first edition, these letters were written by his sister; however, the preface to this edition states that Tully's sister-in-law was the author. The author's identity has always been a mystery: it is unlikely that Richard Tully's sister-in-law would be named Miss Tully, and there is no record of a sister, nor of another family member residing in Tripoli. The final entry is dated April 30, 1795, Gibraltar. "It reads: Since you must have had my letters with the journal of Tripoli..." Louisa Maria Tully (daughter of Richard Tully) married Alexander Simpson on 19 March 1795 in Gibraltar. Her sister, Anne, married Gaspar Gomez de la Serna Perez de Beas, having four children before his death in 1808, residing in Minorca. Both daughters were fluent in Arabic, both were intimate with the court of Triploi, regarded as daughters of the Court. Mrs Tully is referred to in the third person so she may be discounted as the author. The first person author[s] are variably "we" or "I". Byron admitted plagiarism "by the way, much of the description of the furniture, in Canto Third, is Taken from Tully's Tripoli (pray note this)… Remember I never meant to conceal this at all." Provenance: From the library of Hugh, Duke of Westminster, with his bookplate: Eaton 1884. Hugh Lupus Grosvenor, 1st Duke of Westminster KG, PC, JP (1825-1899) English landowner, politician and racehorse owner. He appointed Alfred Waterhouse to design the new hall at Eaton in 1870. The redesigned library was 90 feet (27m) long. The work took 12 years to complete, and cost £803,000 (£73 million today) At his death he was considered the richest man in Britain.

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        A Dictionary of the English Language: in which the Words are Deduced from their Originals and Illustrated in their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To which are Prefixed A History of the Language, and an English Grammar

      London: Printed for G. and J. Offor, W. Allason [et al], 1819 - Two volumes. 4to. (ii), 12, 60, 1028, (2); (ii), 1084 pp. Recent tan full calf, spines with raised bands, gilt lettered red labels, gilt decoration to the other compartments, endpapers and all edges marbled. Portrait frontispiece in volume I. Small worm track to the lower edge of the rear four leaves, slightly affecting the text, and the adjacent flyleaf of volume I, a very good set.

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        Correspondance inédite officielle et confidentielle

      Panckoucke, 1819. Sette volumi in 8°, pagg. (2), 518; (2), 568; (2), 539; (2), 534; (2), 511; (2), 507; (2), 467, legatura mezza pelle coeva con fregi e titoli oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati. "Avec les cours étrangères, les princes, les ministres et les généraux français et étrangers, en Italie, en Allemagne et en Egypte". 1° e 2° voll: Italie - 3° e 4° voll: Venise - 5° e 6° voll: Egypte. Prima pubblicazione dellepistolario di Napoleone in cui sono raccolte anche le lettere ricevute da: Poussielgue, Andréossy, Dugua, Desgenettes, etc.. Marginali riparazioni ad alcune pagine e qualche fioritura. Nel complesso volumi ottimi. Opera che difficilmente si trova completa. Errore di datazione al frontespizio del 1° volume (non è 1809, ma 1819).

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        The New British Traveller, Or a Modern Panorama of England and Wales.

      Robins London Four volume set 1819 - Quarto; Liv,628; 606; 736; 789,[3]. Complete with 44 maps, including the folding map, and 50 plates many with 4 views to a plate. In very fine matching bindings of contemporary full tree calf, cracking to joints but boards are attached. Small blue stamp of St Johns College Library Waterford to fep in each vol. Sl worming prelims Vol One, sl wear to leather on a couple of boards. Handsome set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Esame analitico del sistema legale Edizione seconda.

      Tipografia della Reale Accademia di Marina,, Napoli, 1819 - Due volumi di cm. 22, pp. xxxiii (1) 336; (2) 440. Bel ritratto dell'autore inciso all'antiporta del primo volume. Solida ed elegante legatura di poco posteriore in piena pergamena rigida, dorsi a nervi con fregi e titoli in oro su doppi tasselli. Esemplare particolarmente fresco e marginoso, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Non comune seconda edizione di questa celebre opera dell'economista pugliese, apparsa in originale con data 1777, ma in realtà 1779. La presente edizione è particolarmente stimata per la presenza del ritratto, della vita dell'autore e per l'eleganza tipografica che la caratterizza. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plan von Trier und seinen Umgebungen.

      - Kupferstich-Karte von C. Mare bei Quednow, datiert Berlin 1819, koloriert. Ca. 29,5 x 40 cm. Karte der engeren Umgebung von Trier, erstellt nur vier Jahre nachdem die Stadt preußisch und Teil der Rheinprovinz geworden war. Die Karte ist in etwa gewestet und reicht von Igel/Wasserliesch und Konz bis nach Ruwer. Im Osten sind Zewen, Euren, Sirzenich und Lorich eingezeichnet, im Westen reicht sie bis Olewig, umfasst dann aber das Ruwertal von Ruwer über Mertesdorf und Kasel bis Waldrach. Der Charakter eines Planes (wie der Titel ja verheißt) wird in der Präzision der Ortsdarstellungen deutlich, die offenbar wenn nicht parzellen-, dann wenigstens strassengenau sind und die bestehende Bebauung akkurat verzeichnen. Unterhalb des Titel findet sich folgende Angabe "Gestochen v. Carl Mare Prof. u. Mitgl. d. Acad. z. Berlin 1819". Als Maßstab dienen Preußische Ruten. Das seltene Blatt erschien 1820 in Carl Friedrich Quednows "Beschreibung der Alterthümer in Trier und dessen Umgebungen aus der gallisch-belgischen und roemischen Periode".

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        The Posthumous and Other Writings of Benjamin Franklin (2 volumes bound in 1)

      Henry Colburn, London 1819 - Benjamin Franklin, The Posthumous and Other Writings of Benjamin Franklin. London: Colburn, 1819. Second edition. Royal 8vo. 2 volumes bound in 1 with double title pages, xvi, 493, 523 pp. plus 4-pp publisher's catalogue. Dark green silk binding, decorated in blind with floral pattern, decorated spine, titles in gilt. Contains some of Franklin's most famous works, including the Way to Wealth, Remarks Concerning the Savages of North America, American political papers and many other short works, and in the second volume of philosophical papers 8 engravings (1 in-text, 5 fold-out) as stipulated by the publisher. New expert hinges and endpapers. Very clean text block. Very good. Size: Royal 8vo.

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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.

      Hartford, Connecticut: Lincoln & Stone, 1819. Octavo booklet, 16 pp., with author's dedication to top margin of the title-page. An uncommon pamphlet related to early American missionary activity in Hawaii. It reprints a speech made at the marriage of 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). Later library numerals; a good copy in a stitched cloth backing.

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