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2009-11-15 23:34:46
Adams, John Quincy.
12. Nov. 1819. A handsome engraving of John Quincy Adams from a painting by A.B. Durand. Written in bold thick, black ink below in a special panel: "12.Nov. 1819/ Secry. of State with Doccuments/ Department of State.(Underscored) J.Q. Adams". With piece of red sealing wax in upper left-hand corner of matte. A very handsome piece. J.Q. Adams, the son of John Adams, was Secretary of State from 1817-1825 and was the 6th President of the U.S. from 1825-29. Handsomely matted and framed (13.5" x 8.75") with photograh and signature panels both displayed to advantage. Framed at Goodspeed's Bookshop, Boston on 3/21/80. A handsome engraving of John Quincy Adams from a painting by A.B. Durand and signed.
Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books [Holliston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-11-08 21:37:01
G.C. Nauct's Buchhandlung, Berlin 1819 - 8vo, text in double column, 4 vols., pp. xx, [2], 994; 506, 392, 46, [2], [48], 12pp., incl. 2 supplements; handsome copy in contemporary 1/4 tan calf, red and black morocco labels, gilt, marbled paper-covered boards, manuscript titling on bottom edge of pages; good and sound, or better. German to French dictionary, guide to German gothic letters & pronunciation in introduction, two supplements are French-German and German-French. From the library of George Stephens. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)
2009-11-08 17:46:38
Prout, Samuel
London: R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 1819. No title page as issued, 12 leaves of b/w plates bound together in original paper wrappers, with title label to front cover, cloth spine. Covers worn with some general dust soiling, edges rubbed and corners chipped. Contents good with some general wear and dust soiling more noticeable around edges, some lower corners chipped but not affecting the plate or plate impression. A good copy of this very scarce work. (COPAC lists only one library holding this work) Notes: Title taken from printed label on upper wrapper; imprint taken from foot of each plate - London : Pub.d ... at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, ..., 1819.. Paper Wrappers. Good. Folio - Landscape (approx. 37 x 27cm).
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2009-11-02 11:32:57
Povah, Richard
London: Printed for the Author, Sold By L. B. Seeley, 1819. First edition, 1819. Handsomely bound volume of sermons for festivals in the Anglican Church. Full dark brown calf with covers blind-stamped in an attractive textured pattern, dual red spine labels lettered in gilt, gilt decorated compartments, gilt decorated outer cover edges, blind-stamped dentelles, marbled edges and endleaves, ribbon bookmark, xv, (1), 435, (2)p. Bindings most likely from the later 19th or early 20th century, unsigned. Some rubbing to the edges and joints, and a bit of general scuffing. Good joints/hinges, very clean pages free from chips, tears or markings, some slightly darkened areas from the ribbon bookmark, some very light scattered foxing. Armorial bookplate of James Walter on each front pastedown. A very clean, sound and attractive copy. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo (21.5 cm tall). Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [U.S.A.]
2009-11-01 18:33:10
Botterfield, Mr. und Lady, (D. n. b.).
[Paris, 2. Hälfte d. 19. Jhdts.], 1819. 86:53 mm bzw. 86:53 mm (Carte de Visite), jeweils auf etwas größerem Untersatzkarton. Ganzfigürliche Portraits en face. - Aus dem Atelier André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéris (1819-89). - Disdéri hatte 1854 sein sogenanntes Carte-de-visite-Verfahren patentieren lassen, eine Technik, bei der Mithilfe einer mehrlinsigen Kamera auf Kollodium-Negativmaterial eine Serie von acht Portraitbildern festgehalten werden konnte. Bald schon war ihm damit Erfolg beschieden, und seine Methode verdrängte alle älteren Verfahren der kommerziellen Portraitfotographie.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2009-10-29 18:24:23
Motherwell, William (1797-1835), Scottish poet
n.p n.d n.p, n.d. 8vo. . Consisting of three-sixteen line verses apparently addressed to "May," a manuscript correction and light soiling, else very good . A Scottish poet and literary man, Motherwell edited "The Harp of Renfrewshire" in 1819, wrote "Renfrewshire Characters and Scenery" as "Isaac Brown" in 1824 and in 1827 his work "Minstrelsy Ancient and Modern" brought him to the attention and subsequent friendship of Sir Walter Scott. He collaborated with Hogg on the 1835 edition of Burns. He was also at one time the editor of the "Glasgow Courier" and the "Paisley Advertiser." He was among the earliest to use Scandinavian mythology in his verse, an authority on ballads and was known for the wide range of emotion expressed in his verse. Among his best known poems were "Jeanie Morison" and "The Battle Flag of Sigurd."With a manuscript attestation reading "The preceeding verses are Motherwell, and in his hand writing. David Robertson, Glasgow, 6 Aug. 1849." David Robertson had published "The Poetical Works of William Motherwell" in Glasgow, 1847, the engraved title of which accompanies the manuscript
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2009-10-28 16:31:03
New York: May 7, 1819. 1 vols. Image 23 x 12 inches, framed. Manuscript Map of a Block in Old New York, 1819. Mr. Gardner's block, on Manhatten's Lower East Side, is bounded by Norfolk, Stanton, Suffolk and Rivington Streets, and consists of 32 numbered parcels of surveyed land, 16 fronting on Norfolk Street and 16 on Suffolk Street, each 25 feet wide and 100 feet deep. Four Norfolk Street parcels are tinted, evidently to indicate leases, as pencilled on these are the names Lawrence, Pessenger, and Tappen (2 parcels). (There were several prominent Tappens in New York at this time, and doubtless some obscure ones; we have not been able to determine which Tappen this might have been). Off Suffolk Street, diagonally across from Gardner's block, the words "Delancy's Farm" have been inked in, another familiar New York name, surviving in today's Delancy Street. An historic and interesting glimpse of Old New York. Fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2009-10-27 22:36:26
Kbhvn. 1819. [4] + 274 + [2] + 2 udfoldelige trykte tabeller + 1 udfoldeligt kobberstukket kort. Indbundet ubeskåret i originalt stænket papirbind med bogtrykt titeletikette (lidt beskadiget). Ole Jørgen Rawert var industrihistoriker og fabriksdirektør, P.J.G. Garlieb var geolog og departementchef og gjorde sig tidligt bemærket som administrator af Den kgl. Porcelainsfabrik. Bogen søger som H.C. Ørsted og Lauritz Esmarchs omtrent samtidige beskrivelse at klarlægge Bornholms økonomiske muligheder. Meget sjælden. Med et supplementsblad som lover senere at levere et forsinket landskab. Landskabsbilledet, med Hammershus, mangler i dette eksemplar, der så til gengæld har supplementsbladet, som skulle afleveres som bevis.
Bookseller: Grosells Antikvariat [DK]
2009-10-12 23:23:58
Walsh, Robert (1784-1859)
Philadelphia; Mitchell, Ames & Wright, 1819. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting Morocco gilt-blocked label. An uncommonly good example; of presentation quality - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 512 pages; Subjects: Slavery --United States. Public opinion --Great Britain. United States --History --Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775. 2 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-10-12 03:19:26
MARCET, Alexander.
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819. The Second Edition. 8vo. Completely in its original publisher's state with grey paper covered boards, soiled, remnant of paper title label to chipped spine; joints starting; corners worn. Edges untrimmed, pages uncut. Publisher's Recently Published Medical Works leaflet, dated Sept. 1820, present at the begining of the book. Owner's name in ink in a contemporary hand. A couple of pages at the start and end of the book with a couple of spots / stains; the text and plates are clean. Illustrated with 10 plates of which 4 coloured, with tissue guard. The binding has done its work in keeping the book internally nearly intact, but has suffered in doing so. Very good copy indeed of a work seldom found. Alexander Marcet (1770-1822) was an authority on urinary calculi and their analysis when few medical practitioners appreciated the usefulness of chemistry in the explanation and treatment of disease. In An Essay on The Chemical History and Medical Treatment of Calculous Disorders, he described the discovery of an xanthine stone. He drew line illustrations of simple chemical apparatus useful for bedside analysis. His microtechnique used drops of solution and pinhead pieces of calculi; reagents were acids and alkalies and the blowpipe in conjunction with a small alcohol lamp. He reported the earliest description of a disorder later named "alcaptonuria". Marcet's work and that of a few others, on the chemical composition of urine and calculi, laid the foundations of our present knowledge. Between 1807 and 1820, his lectur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington [UNITED KINGDOM]
2009-09-29 22:34:14
THOMAZ, Manoel Fernandes.
Coimbra, Na Real Imprensa da Universidade, 1815-1819. 2 volumes. Folio (33 x 20.5 cm.), contemporary crimson calf (somewhat worn, especially at corners, heads and feet of spines; waterstain to upper quarter of front cover of first volume; chafing), spines heavily gilt, each spine with two green morocco labels, gilt letter, inner dentelles gilt, covers with gilt borders of urns-and-acorn design, all edges gilt, hand-marbled endleaves. Text in two columns. Overall in very good condition, internally very fine, in a somewhat damaged but sound luxury binding. Author's presentation inscription "Illmº & Exmº Sñr Conde de Peniche" // "Da parte do Autor" near top and bottom, respectively, of recto of blank leaf before title-page. Contemporary signature of Conde de Peniche on title-pages. (2 ll.), xv, 560 pp., (1 l.); (2 ll.), 569, vii pp. *** FIRST EDITION of this important compendium, indexed by topic. There were a number of later editions. Manoel Fernandes Tomaz (Figueira da Foz, 1771-Lisbon, 1822), jurist and public functionary, was one of the leaders of the liberal revolution of 1820. He was very active in the constitutional Cortes from 26 January 1821 until 4 November 1822, when the Cortes was forcibly closed.Provenance: The Conde de Peniche to whom these volumes were presented by the author could have been the second to hold that title, D. Manuel de Almeida e Noronha (1788-1824), who was given the title during the lifetime of his father, the first count, on 13 November 1815. The author's dedication message on the verso of the second unnumbered preliminary leaf in volume I is d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-09-11 04:49:10
Bonnycastle, R.H.:
Philadelphia: Printed and Published by Abraham Small, 1819.. 482pp. plus folding map and colored plate. Contemporary tree calf, leather label. Corners a bit worn. Some light foxing on prelims. Very good, with the armorial bookplate of Daniel Webster. First American edition, after the two-volume London edition of the previous year. Bonnycastle (1791- 1848), a lieutenant colonel in the Royal Engineers, compiled this work from other primary sources, but apparently spent several years in both North and South America. He relies heavily on other authorities, especially Humboldt. Includes sections on California, Florida, New Mexico, New Spain, Spanish possessions in the Caribbean, New Granada, Peru, Buenos Aires, Chile, and the like. The map shows North and South America. Bonnycastle later published several books about Canada. SABIN 6333.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-09-05 14:24:55
Pease, John C. And John M. Niles
William S. Marsh, 1819. Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Pease, John C. And John M. Niles A Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island: Written With Care and Impartiality, From Original and Authentic Materials Hardcover William S. Marsh, 1819 Good Condition Book Publishing Details Author: Pease, John C. And John M. Niles Full title:A Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island: Written With Care and Impartiality, From Original and Authentic MaterialsPublisher:William S. Marsh, 1819Binding:HardcoverBook ID:28204 Comments & Item Features Category: American History. Leatherbound. Boards rubbed at extremities, front board bowed. Interior foxing, general yellowing. Binding is tight and pages unmarked. Two fold-out maps. Owner name, date of 1819 on title page. Crease to front free endpaper; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 390 pages Book Condition Report Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket: No Dust Jacket. Firm Shipping Costs This Item ($US):$5for U.S. Standard$14.95for U.S. Expedited$63.00for Asia/NZ$63.00for USA/Canada$63.00for Europe$63.00for Elsewhere Book Size & Standard Shipped Weight Standard Octavo-size titles weighing up to 3 lbs will be shipped and tracked via USPS. Heavier titles and multi-volume sets will be more expensive; please contact for specific pricing. All books are packed with care! Please note that USPS Media Mail may take from 7-10 business days for delivery. We do offer expedited Priority Mail shipping, which may take 2-3 business days. Book Condition We make every effort to describe all … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books on the Boulevard [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-09-04 10:42:30
Butler, Samuel
Thomas M'Lean, London, 1819. New Edition (first edition with these plates). Two volumes. Illustrated with 12 full-page hand-colored aquatint engravings by J. Clark. 8vo. Bound in brown crushed morocco with gilt spine titles and fancy dentelles, t.e.g. Tooley #141. New Edition (first edition with these plates). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: First Folio A.B.A.A. [Paris, TN, U.S.A.]
2009-08-30 01:50:10
Edward Baldwin
London: M. J. Godwin, 1819. London: M. J. Godwin. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1819. Third Edition. Hardcover. Rome; Italy; MAPS; History; Textbook; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Ex-Library; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 210, 3 pages; Bound in three-quarter leather with leather-decorated paper boards, this antique text is a scarce history of the Roman Empire. The text is illustrated with four lovely plate engravings, two of which are folded maps in FINE condition. The book has light external wear and is solidly bound with clean pages and some usual library markings. Archaeology, Religion, Architecture, Ancient History, This scarce old work was deaccessioned from Ambassador College Library archaeology department. .
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) IOBA [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-08-25 15:53:18
KOTZEBUE, Moritz von.
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1819. Octavo (215 x 135 mm). Recent half calf on marbled boards, spine gilt in compartments, red morocco label. Embossed library stamp to the title page only, mild browning, else a very good, clean copy. Uncoloured aquatint frontispiece "with a basis in line and stipple" (Abbey) and 4 uncoloured aquatint plates. First edition in English. "In 1817, Moritz von Kotzebue, son of the famous German playwright August von Kotzebue, travelled to Persia in the cortège of a Russian embassy sent to the encampment of Fat?-?Ali Shah at Sol?aniya. Moritz von Kotzebue, then a young lieutenant in Russian service, kept a very informative journal of this embassy, which was soon afterwards published by his father in Weimar. The embassy left Tbilisi in mid-April 1817 and arrived in Tabriz on the 18 May, where the czar's envoy was received by ?Abbas Mirza, the crown prince. Kotzebue gave a very valuable description of the audience with the crown prince. After eight days, the embassy left Tabriz for Soltaniya via Zanjan. The envoys reached their destination on the 26 July 1817 and Fat?-?Ali Shah eventually received the embassy at the 31 July 1817. At the end of August 1817, the embassy left the shah's encampment and travelled back to Russia by way of Tabriz and Erivan" (Encyclopaedia Iranica). On its publication by his father Kotzebue's journal was extremely well received, being read with "keen interest" by Goethe who had recently published his Orientalist West-östlicher Divan. Abbey Travel 390. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2009-08-23 09:04:10
LEMERCIER Népocumène L.
Paris: Firmin Didot & G. Doyen, 1819. Fine. Firmin Didot & G. Doyen, Paris 1819 & 1832, 15x23cm, 2 volumes reliés en 1. - 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! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Editions originales. Reliure à la bradel en demi percaline rouge à coins, dos lisse orné d'un fleuron doré, dates et double filet doré en queue, pièce de titre de chagrin noir comportant une éraflure, reliure de l'époque. Envoi de Népocumène L. Lemercier sur le second volume. Quelques petites rousseurs marginales sans trop de gravité, un minuscule travail de vers en tête des deux dernières pages et sans atteinte au texte. Très rare ensemble.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2009-08-23 09:04:10
Paris: 1819. LEMERCIER N.L. - La panhypocrisiade ou le spectacle infernal du XVIème siècle LEMERCIER N.L. La panhypocrisiade ou le spectacle infernal du XVIème siècle Imp. de Firmin Didot, Paris 1819, 13,5x22cm, relié. Edition originale.Reliure en plein cartonnage, dos lisse, pièce de titre de basane chocolat comportant un accroc angulaire restauré, tranches marbrées.Exemplaire quasi exempt de rousseurs.Rare. *** [Please note that the English version might contain errors of translation, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!] First edition.Paper boards, dark brown sheep title label with a filled in angular lack, marbled edges.Almost without foxing.A rare copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2009-08-21 01:09:10
Louis Janet, Janet et Cotelle, 1819. In-18 (122 x 72 mm), maroquin à long grain rouge, dos lisse orné, filet et dentelle autour des plats, pointillés sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Page de titre ornée des armes de Louis XVIII. Sans les gravures annoncées. Bel exemplaire (coins supérieurs usés, rousseurs). // 18o (122 x 72 mm), long-grained red morocco, smooth spine tooled, fillet and dentelle border on covers, gilt dots on turns-in, dentelle inside, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Title page with engraved arms of Louis XVIII. Without the announced engravings. Nice copy (top corners used, brownings). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2009-08-14 22:44:21
Philadelphia: Robert Desilver, 1819. First edition. Nineteenth Century three-quarter blue morocco gilt and marbled papercovered boards. 452pp., frontispiece portrait, two fold-out facsimile letters. Attractive bookplate of noted collector Charles Walker Andrews, very good or better with some rubbing at the joints and extremities. Howes C-21. Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-08-03 00:53:55
Pring,Daniel (1789-1859)
London: John Callow, Medical Bookseller, 1819. Hardcover. Very Good-. Octavo half leather with marbled boards gilt red leather spine label, raised bands blind tooling (tips rubbed). Titlepage + dedication leaf + errata slip +(v)-xvi + Preface & Contents +352pp including index. Library stamp of Edinburgh Medical Society on back of Titlepage and first page each with either some show-through or offsetting. First and last few pages slightly dusty and uniformly edge-browned. Newer endpapers. *Early evolutionary work. Most copies of this edition were destroyed by the author according to the 3 libraries listing this work (Wellcome, British Libr. & Edinburgh). Quite scarce (not in Waller).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-07-26 20:46:13
Claiborne, Nathaniel Herbert
Bookseller: Eveleigh Books [Dover, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-07-26 17:53:33
DARBY, William
New-York: for the Author, by Kirk & Mercein, 1819. 8vo, original blue boards, rebacked, with original backstrip label laid down. 228, i-[lx], [10], lxi-lxiii pp. Three folding maps, one colored in outline, inevitable foxing, but a very good, untrimmed copy. First Edition. A complicated book, as the maps may number one or three and be colored or uncolored; and there may or may not be an errata slip. This copy lacks the latter, although pp. 7-8, "To the Reader, " contains numerous corrections of errata. In this copy the index is bound between "Addenda no. III" and "Addenda no. IV." As the book's very long title makes clear, Darby -- a surveyor and geographer -- was obsessive about including every detail that pertained to his travels. This copy bears on the title-page the stamp of " J. S. Skinner. / 1832, " surely referring to the eminent sporting and agricultural writer John Stuart Skinner (for whom see DAB). Bradford 1193. Howes D-66(aa). Sabin 18533. Streeter Sale 841.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2009-07-23 17:45:19
Paris: L'huillier, Delaunay., 1819. Fine. L'huillier, Delaunay., Paris 1819, in 8, de xvi, 156pp., relié. - First Edition. Rare. A copy of the BN France alone, but nothing in the French and English catalogs, or the British Library. The copy of the BNF includes a map that does not contain our copy. Sheepskin half brown speckled contemporary. Back smooth threads. Part of title in red sheepskin. Friction. An ink p.92 task. A stamp on the title page: Reading Society of Geneva. Birbeck was an English gentleman farmer who emigrated to the United States. He wrote a travel book. Following this trip, letters reached him on specific points of American life and emigrants. The book therefore collects written by Birbeck letters to friends and an exchange of correspondence with prospective emigrants who question Birbeck on the price of cabins on the Indian ... The book is full of valuable information on what exactly expected emigrants America. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Un seul exemplaire à la BN de France, mais rien dans les catalogues français et anglais, ni à la British Library. L'exemplaire de la BNF comporte une carte que ne contient pas notre exemplaire. Reliure en demi basane brune mouchetée d'époque. Dos lisse à filets. Pièce de titre en basane rouge. Frottements. Une tâche d'encre p.92. Un tampon sur la page de titre : Société de lecture de Genève. Birbeck fut un gentleman farmer anglais qui émigra aux Etats- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2009-07-21 07:19:18
Kupferstich von Luigi Rossini aus der Folge "Le Antichità Romane ossia Raccolta delle piu interessenti Vedute di Roma Antica ..." 1819. 36x46 cm. - Thieme / Becker XXIX, 75f. - Luigi Rossini (Ravenna 1790 - Rom 1857) studierte an der Akademie in Bologna, bevor er 1814 nach Rom ging, wo er seine Studien fortsetzte und später unter Canova tätig war. Seine frühen Blätter sind von seinem großen Vorgänger Piranesi beeinflußt und erschienen ebenso wie dessen Bilder als Kupferstichfolgen. Die Serie "Le Antichità romane ...", die vornehmlich den aktuellen Zustand der seit Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts ausgegrabenen und restaurierten antiken Monumente zeigt, stieß auf breites Interesse. Sein in über 40 Jahren Tätigkeit als Stecher entstandenes Werk umfaßt fast 1000 Platten, die teils malerisch, teils nüchterner und mehr archäologisch orientiert Veduten aus Rom und Umgebung zeigen.Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck auf starkem Papier.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-21 07:19:18
Kupferstich von Luigi Rossini aus der Folge "Le Antichità Romane ossia Raccolta delle piu interessenti Vedute di Roma Antica ..." 1819. 45.5x36 cm. - Thieme / Becker XXIX, 75f. - Luigi Rossini (Ravenna 1790 - Rom 1857) studierte an der Akademie in Bologna, bevor er 1814 nach Rom ging, wo er seine Studien fortsetzte und später unter Canova tätig war. Seine frühen Blätter sind von seinem großen Vorgänger Piranesi beeinflußt und erschienen ebenso wie dessen Bilder als Kupferstichfolgen. Die Serie "Le Antichità romane ...", die vornehmlich den aktuellen Zustand der seit Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts ausgegrabenen und restaurierten antiken Monumente zeigt, stieß auf breites Interesse. Sein in über 40 Jahren Tätigkeit als Stecher entstandenes Werk umfaßt fast 1000 Platten, die teils malerisch, teils nüchterner und mehr archäologisch orientiert Veduten aus Rom und Umgebung zeigen.Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck auf starkem Papier.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-10 15:21:36
Edinburgh: William and Charles Tait, 1819. Edinburgh: William and Charles Tait. G : in good condition. Rebacked with new leather title panel. Later eps. Heraldic bookplate of C. G. Traherne on front pastedown. Previous owner inscription on paste down and title page. Sporadic foxing. 1819. Second Edition. Half-leather cover on marbled boards. 170mm x 120mm (7" x 5"). viii, 232pp. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-06-04 20:32:13
Roscoe, William
London, 1819. Only ed. An Important English Penal Reformer Roscoe, William [1753-1831]. Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, And the Reformation of Criminals. With an Appendix; Containing the Latest Reports of the State-Prisons or Penitentiaries of Philadelphia, New-York, and Massachusetts; And Other Documents. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1819. iv, 179, [1], 144 pp. Two folding tables. Octavo (9" x 5-3/4"). Contemporary gray paper boards, contrasting printed paper spine label, untrimmed edges. A few inkstains, moderate rubbing with wear to spine ends and corners, front joint cracked but secure, rear joint starting. Early armorial bookplate and shelf label to front pastedown, most signatures uncut, internally fresh. $650. * Only edition. The early nineteenth century was a watershed period in the history of penology. Many important contributions were made at this time by such luminaries as Bentham, Lieber, Livingston and Tocqueville. Roscoe's work was equally important. Believing that retribution should play no part in criminal jurisprudence, he advocated milder punishments, believing they would reform the criminal. He later published two companion volumes, Additional Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, And the Reformation of Criminals (1823) and Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, And the Reformation of Criminals, Part III (1825). Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 2:307. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-05-27 15:08:10
Neal, John.
Baltimore: N.G. Maxwell (pr. by B. Edes), 1819. 18mo (15.6 cm, 6.2"). Add. engr. t.-p., 272 pp. 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.         BAL 14856; Shaw & Shoemaker 48824; Wegelin 1066. On Neal, see: Dictionary of American Biography. Period-style quarter tan cloth over light blue paper–covered boards, spine with printed paper label. Dedication page and a few others (not including title) stamped by a now-defunct institution. Waterstaining to upper margins and some inner page parts, with final leaves darkened and a few spotted with foxing. Some upper edges chipped; final leaf with inner margin repaired. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2009-05-14 10:43:47
MELLING, Antoine Ignace (1763-1831)
Paris: P. Didot l'ain�, 1819. Paris: P. Didot l'ainé, 1819. Etching with engraving by the Pillement sons and Née after Melling with later professional hand-coluring. Proof before title. Very good condition. A fine view of an aqueduct in the Belgrade Forest of Constantinople, 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 Ortakeï, 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.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2009-05-12 13:46:15
Boston, MA: Thomas B. Wait, 1819. Boston, MA: Thomas B. Wait. Fair with no dust jacket. 1819. Third Edition; First Impression. Hardcover. Original full leather binding heavily worn with rubs. Frontspiece page with photo loose otherwise tight binding. Heavy foxing to contents. Title page has a 3/4 inch torn hole in page not over text. Volume 1 only, 1789-1794. Contains Washington's first speech to congress along with many others. Messages by Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Pinckney, James Monroe and other early statesmen and diplomats. Rare. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition. ; Vol 1, 1789-1794; Vol. 1 .
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2009-04-18 03:46:14
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NY: Samuel Wood & Sons, Nd, c. 1819.With woodcuts to illustrate each letter of the alphabet, plus title and frontis vignette. Unpaginated. Softcover. 48mo (4Ó x 2 1/2Ò). Coated brown, sewn paper wrappers. Wrappers rubbed and worn; some bottom corners rounded; toning and foxing throughout. A nice copy of this scarce title, none the less.Very good-/No jacket issued. (Oversized - extra shipping charges apply) (Insurance required to ship this item).
Bookseller: A. Parker's Books, Inc., ABAA [Sarasota, FL, U.S.A.]
2009-04-15 22:55:12
Milano, Sonzogno, 1819, quattro vol. in-8vo br. originale, pp. XII-273 + 283 + 281 + 234 ("Raccolta di viaggi dopo quelli di Cook .. " Vol. 62, 63, 64 e 65). Mancano quasi tutte le tavole a colori e le ultima pagine del IV° volume.
Bookseller: Libreria Naturalistica snc [Italy]
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2009-03-17 23:56:11
Published by Flagg & Gray, New Haven, 1819. First edition. 12mo. Printed self-wrappers. 23, [1]pp. Ink splash, and signature of S.P. Staples on the front wrap, else a near fine copy. Signed "Harry Croswell" in ink at the conclusion of the text (whether by Croswell or not we do not know). Croswell (1778-1858) ran a fiercely Federalist newspaper, The Balance and Columbian Repository, noted for its vituperative articles, and was often sued for libel. The most celebrated of these was an article on Jefferson, published in the Wasp, a paper controlled by Mr. Croswell. Alexander Hamilton's last speeches were made in Croswell's defense at the trial. After being forced from the newspaper trade, he took up the cloth and was ordained in 1815, when he became rector of Trinity Church in New Haven. This appears to be an attack on a Congregationalist minister who has had the temerity to attack the Episcopal church. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-03-17 06:20:20
Mordecai M. Noah
Kirk and Mercein, 1819. With engraved portrait frontis of the author, vi, (1) Errata, 431 pages, xlvii Appendix. Plates include: full page engraved view of Algiers, folding plate of engraving of The Fortress of Goletta near Tunis, full page engraving of Merchant Slave & Arab, and full page engraving of Abdallah American Drogaman. Foxing. The blank preceding frontispiece has two signatures and a clipping of some bookseller's listing: Daniel [?]i[?] Jr. 1820. The book is complete and has a very attractive modern full leather binding. Noah served as U.S. Consul to Tunis and was the first American Jew to receive an overseas diplomatic assignment. Descriptions of daily life and social customs of the Muslims and Jews comprise a valuable window into the intrigues of that historical time. Noah (1785-1851) was a lawyer, playwright, and journalist. He was born in Philadelphia of Portuguese-Jewish ancestry. "In 1813 [he] was appointed consul to Tunis, with a special mission to Algers. He was instructed to negotiate for the release of some Americans held as prisoners by the Algerine pirates. On May 23, 1813, he sailed from Charleston, but his vessel being captured by the British, he was taken to England and detained two months. In October he arrived in Cadiz, where he contracted with Richard R. Keene, an American who had become a Spanish subject, to effect the release of the twelve Americans After being detained in France and Spain for more than a year, Noah finally arrived in Tunis. On July 30, 1815, he received a letter from James Monroe, secretary of state, revoking his commission a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Meir Turner [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-16 03:10:15
Gallardo, Bartolomé José
Pedro Beaume, 1819. Used. Burdeos. 16º mlla. XIX, 157 p. Encuadernación en tapa dura artesanal Lomo en piel estampado. Gallardo, Bartolomé José 1776-1852. Rara edición impresa en Francia.. Este libro es de segunda mano y tiene o puede tener marcas y señales de su anterior propietario. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alcaná Libros [Madrid, Spain]
2009-03-14 11:10:17
chez E.A. Lequien, 1819. Otto volumi di cm. 20,5, pp. 3.000 ca. complessive. Ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame all'antiporta del primo volume. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde con punte, dorsi lisci con titoli e filetti in oro. Tagli marmorizzati. Bell'esemplare, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Copia appartenuta a Gustave d'Eichenthal, scrittore e pubblicista francese (Nancy 1804 - Paris 1886) con suo ex-libris applicato alle carte di guardia di ciascun volume. Cfr. Quérard VI, 245; Cioranescu, 46076.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2009-03-14 06:24:45
Percy Pierre François 1754 1825
1 lettre autographe signée 1 In-4 07/11/1819 petite déchirure (sans manque) Percy annonce son retour à Paris et regrette d'avoir manqué la visite de son correspondant. «Votre mémoire sera remis lundi à M. Pelletan qui, sans doute, sera fort aise de trouver cette occasion de vous prouver l'estime qu'il m'a dit vous porter. Si vous voulez venir à la séance, nous parlerons, entre nous trois, de cet arrangement [.]». Médecin, chirurgien en chef des armées sous la Révolution et l'Empire. Membre de l'Académie des sciences. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2009-03-14 03:19:08
Antoine-Augustin Renouard
Chez Antoine-Augustin Renouard, Paris 1819 - xix, 360; 354; 348; 407 pp; with the half-titles present; 8vo. Bound in later tan printed boards with title printed on spine, the device of Raffaello Bertieri (1875-1941) on upper and lower covers, with ruled borders, and with his bookplate and a shelf label in each volume. Bertieri was publisher of the influential journal Il Risorgimento Grafico and also a typographer (Inkunabula typeface). This is the library catalogue of Antoine-Augustin Renouard (1765-1853), perhaps best known as bibliographer of the work of the Aldine press, 1494-1598, published in 1803-1812. The four volumes: Tome Premier: Theologie, Jurisprudence, Sciences et Arts; Tome Second: Belles-Lettres (Premiere Partie); Tome Troisieme: Belles-Lettres (Seconde Partie); Tome Quatrieme: Histoire. Heads and tails of spine lightly rubbed; occasional and light soiling to the boards and spotting on some pages; overall an attractive set. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: George Ong
2009-03-13 12:59:57
St. Petersburg: Morskaya Tipografiya, 1819 6-3/4" x 4" card covers. Text in Russian. Gift inscription (1822); Klochkov's antiquarian bookstore's bookplate. A small piece of the title page cut out. Very Rare Alchemical work. Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website.. HB.
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2009-03-11 10:14:59
Russell, George
Sherwood, Neely, Jones, London, 1819. 4º, 1 mapa plegado color, X p., 289 p. ilustr., 16 láminas con vistas y planos. Media piel, letras doradas, nervios, puntas. Buen ejemplar. Bonita edición, bellamente encuadernada, de un libro impreso en buen papel, con hermosos y románticos grabados de I. Clark reproduciendo paisajes y monumentos de la bella isla siciliana, las Isla Cíclopeas, Stromboli, el volcán Etna, vistas de Taromina y Siracusa, etc. Obra escrita después de una estancia en Sicilia y en las atractivas islas eólicas. Viajes. Italia. Sicilia. Travels. Italy. Sicily.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio [Barcelona, Spain]
2009-03-11 07:10:55
Lincoln & Edmands [et al, 1819. Seventh edition, 2 vols., thick 8vo, pp. iv, 10-898, [2]; [2], [5]-859; 6 folding maps, that of The World as frontispiece in vol. I is miscreased and has a short closed tear on the verso, and that of the U.S. is worn at the fold with short tears; contemporary full mottled calf, red morocco labels on spines; occasional foxing, but largely a clean and sound copy. The first volume is deals with the Western Hemisphere, and the second to the Eastern Hemisphere and Australasia. The title-page states that the book is "accompanied by a General Atlas of the World, containing sixty-three maps by Arrowsmith and Lewis," but there is no atlas present, and Sabin makes no note of such an atlas. Sabin 50926.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2009-03-11 03:10:25
Paris, Méquignon-Marvis, 1819. XVI, 190, (2), 120, (2)pp 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume, demi-basane havane de l'époque, dos lisse à filets gras dorés, pièce de titre rouge, tranches jonquille 1819, 1819, in-8, XVI, 190, (2), 120, (2)pp, 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume, demi-basane havane de l'époque, dos lisse à filets gras dorés, pièce de titre rouge, tranches jonquille, PREMIERE EDITION française traduite par Constantin Mouradgea d'Ohsson. "During his visit to Paris in 1818-19 Berzelius found the French chemists knew little of chemical proportions and nothing of his electrochemical theories. To remedy this he published the present volume containing material from his Lärbok i kemien (t.3)" (Cole). Avec, en fin de volume, 120 pages de tables alphabétiques qui montrent le poids de l'atome de la plupart des substances inorganiques, ainsi que leur composition en centimètres. Relié en tête: BERZELIUS (J.J.). Analisi chimica d'ogni specie di minerali da eseguirsi facilmente. Florence, Piatti, 1822. VIII, 258pp, 4 planches dépliantes. PREMIERE EDITION ITALIENNE traduite par Gazzeri d'après la traduction française de Sig. Fresnel. Accroc à la coiffe de tête, rousseurs. Cole, n° 143 et 141. Poggendorff I-173
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2009-03-11 02:12:15
Pease, John Chauncey (1782-1859). Niles, John Milton (1787-1856)
Hartford : Printed And Published By William S. Marsh, 1819, Hardback, First Edition. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and titling. An uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 399 pages; Description: vii, 389, [2] leaves of plates : ports. , folded maps ; 22 cm. Subjects: Connecticut--Gazetteers. Rhode Island--Gazetteers. Connecticut--History, Local. Rhode Island--History, Local. References: Shaw & Shoemaker 49034. 399 pages. Inventory No: 76942.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-09 05:17:16
Lacepède, Bernard Germain Étienne de la Ville, Comte de:
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2009-03-05 05:11:02
Orfila, M. P.:
Berlin, C. F. Amelang, 1818-1819. 4 Teile in 4 Bänden. 1 gefaltete Kupfertafel, XIV, 368 S. - X, 313 S. (2 Bl. Anzeigen) - VIII, 398 S. (1 Bl.)., (1 Bl. Anzeigen) - VIII, 384 S. Halblederbände im Stil der Zeit mit Rückenschild und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des erstmals 1814 unter dem Titel "Traité des poisons, tirés des règnes minéral, végétal et animal, ou toxicologie générale, considerée sous les rapports de la physiologie, de la pathologie et de la Médécine légale" erschienenen Werkes, von größter Seltenheit. - Hirsch/H. IV, 438: "Ein Werk, das mit Recht als die Grundlage der experimentellen und medico-legalen Toxikologie bezeichnet werden kann." - Sigismund Friedrich Hermbstädt (1760-1833), der unter Trommsdorff in Erfurt Chemie studierte, und die Zusätze und Anmerkungen zum vorliegenden Werk verfaßte, beeinflußte maßgeblich die Entwicklung der Pharmazie, Chemie und Technologie in Deutschland und machte sich durch die Herausgabe grundlegender ausländischer Werke (Guyton de Morveau, A. C. Chaptal u. a.) verdient. "Orfila's Toxicologia, wovon ich dem Publikum hier eine deutsche Uebersetzung vorlege, ist ein Werk, das seinem Verfasser mit Recht einen classischen Ruhm gründen wird. Es existiert zur Zeit kein ähnliches Werk über den genannten Gegenstand, das die Wichtigkeit seines Inhaltes aus einem gleichen vielseitigen Gesichtspunkt verfolgt und erschöpft hat; daher das gegenwärtige nicht nur jedem Arzte, Physiker, Chemiker und denkenden Pharmaceuten, vor deren Forum die darin abgehandelten Materien speciell gehören, sondern selbst denjenigen Justizbeh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2009-03-03 13:51:21
1.-77. Stück. Gr.8°. HALBLEDER der Zeit. Hs. Name auf Vorsatz u. Titel. Steuerstempel auf Titel.. Vorhanden sind die Ausgaben vom 2.1.1819 bis 29.6.1819. 1. Stück bis 77. Stück. Im Gelenk gebrochen. Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren: etwas berieben, Rücken beschädigt. Versand D: 5,90 EUR
Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat [Germany]
2009-03-01 09:11:55
Giegler e Bianchi,, Milano, 1819. Diciannove volumi di cm. 21, pp. 10.000 circa complessive. Con 95 tavole fuori testo nitidamente incise in rame. Splendida legatura coeva uniforme in pieno vitello blu notte, dorsi a piccoli nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da triplo filetto dorato, dentelles interne. Sguardie e tagli marmorizzati. Perfetta conservazione. Legatura firmata ed eseguita nel celebre atelier parigino di Bradel-Derome. Ex libris nobiliare. Prima (ed unica) edizione di quest'opera monumentale arricchita di un piacevole apparato iconografico (ritratti, carte geografiche, medaglie e scene storiche). Tavole sinottiche alla fine di ciascun volume. Non comune, soprattutto in tale legatura. Copia da grande collezione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]

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