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        Figurenstudien zu einer knienden Bäuerin. Bleistift.

      Um 1820. - Auf Bütten. Als Maler zeichnete er sich durch seine Schilderungen des oberbayrischen Bauern- und Kleinbürgerlebens aus, vermutlich ist diese voll ausgeführte Figurenstudie als Vorarbeit zu einem Gemälde entstanden. - Verso: Bleistiftstudie der gleichen Figur, bis zur Schulter angeschnitten.- Wenige, kaum störende Braunfleckchen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 17 x 13 cm (verso: 15 x 13 cm). 27,5 x 22,8 cm (Papier).

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        Einbeck. - Marktkirche St. Jacobi.

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Zeichnung / Aquarell über Bleistift, um 1820. Von Samuel Prout. 31 x 22 cm (Blatt). Das Blatt zeigt die Marktkirche St. Jacobi in Einbeck. Der Blick fällt über den Marktplatz mit zahlreichen Händlern auf den Ostgiebel der Kirche. - Verso im gesamten Randbereich Reste früherer Montage. Links auf Passepartout montiert. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Samuel Prout (1783 Plymouth - 1852 London). Englischer Vedutenmaler, Aquarellist und Lithograph. Bereits mit 18 Jahren für J. Brittons "Beauties of England and Wales" tätig. 1803 zog er nach London, wo er sich bis 1812 aufhielt. Um seinen Lebensunterhalt zu bestreiten, gab er Unterricht, malte Marinebilder und gab Zeichenbücher heraus. Hier machte er sich wohl auch mit der neuen Technik der Lithographie vertraut und vervollkommnete sich darin. Ab 1818 bereiste er wiederholt den Kontinent und malte Landschaften und Architekturveduten aus England, Holland, Frankreich, Deutschland und Italien.

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        The Art of Angling. Wherein are discovered many rare secrets, very necessary to be knowne by all that delight in that Recreation ? 1651. [Bound with:] Barker's Delight; or, The Art of Angling ? 1657. [And:] The Genteel Recreation: Or, the Pleasure of Angling, A Poem ? 1700

      Printed for R.H. ? [Printed for J.H. Burn, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden by Johnson, Printer, Apollo Press], London 1820 - Each work is one of 100 copies reprinted by Burn. [iv], 22; iv, [12], 40, [4, ads]; [xiv], 78, [2, ads] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Beautiful volume collecting three of Burn's 1820 reprints of classic works of English angling literature: the two editions of Barker (with type facsimiles of the 1651, 1657, and 1659 title pages); and John Whitney's dialogue in verse. Westwood & Satchell pp. 22, 240 Bound in full contemporary green morocco with angling motifs, a.e.g. Fine [iv], 22; iv, [12], 40, [4, ads]; [xiv], 78, [2, ads] pp. 1 vols. 12mo Each work is one of 100 copies reprinted by Burn

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        The Incomparable Games of Chess, ... Translated from the Italian of Dr Ercole Dal Rio

      xvi+[17]-340 pages with frontispiece and diagrams. Octavo (8" x 5") bound in 3/4 leather with marbled boards and gilt lettering to spine. Translated from the Italian of Ercole dal Rio by J S Bingham. To which is prefixed an Essay on the origin of the game by Eyles Irwin. (Whyld: 1820:14) First English edition.Translated from Il guioco incomparablile degli schcchi (1769) by Ponziani, here erroneously attributed to Ercole del Rio. J S Bingham is a pseudonym of Captain John Smith, RN "Quotes and queries", British Chess Magazine, November 1978, page 523. Irwin's "Essay on the origin of the game is a paper on Chinese chess cited as Whyld 1795:3.Domenico Lorenzo Ponziani was an 18th-century Italian law professor, priest, chess player, composer and theoretician. He is best known today for his chess writing. Ponziani was friends with fellow Modenese chess players and writers Ercole del Rio and Giambattista Lolli, and collectively the trio are known as the Modenese Masters. In 1769 Ponziani published the first edition of Il giuoco incomparabile degli scacchi (The Incomparable Game of Chess). As Ponziani did not include his name in the work (Opera d'Autore Modenese) it was identified to the Anonymous Modenese. The second edition in 1782 was much improved and laid out the principles of the Italian school of chess as exemplified by 17th-century Italian masters such as Gioachino Greco. Although Ponziani identified himself in the second edition, the 1820 translation by English naval officer J. B. Smith using the pen name J. S. Bingham, The Incomparable Game of Chess, attributed the work to del Rio. Ponziani's work is the best practical guide produced by the Modenese Masters. Like writings by del Rio and Lolli, Ponziani deals only with the opening and endgame, with no discussion of the middlegame. (Murray, H. J. R. 1913, A History of Chess)Condition:End papers stained, previous owner's old signature on front end paper. Spine renewed with original spine label to spine. Points rubbed and bumped some soiling to else a very good copy of a scarce item.

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        æ–°ç‰ˆæ±Ÿæˆ 花呉服屋大雙å [Shinpan Edo no Hana Gofukuya Sugoroku]

      - [Tokyo], Yamashiroya Matabe [1820 - 1850?]. Woodblock print 67x46cm, printed in black, blue and pink; folded. Smudges and soiling, a couple of small chips from the top edge. A pretty decent copy, certainly better than the only other copy I've located. Another lesson, if we need it, that the Japanese had connected and mastered the important stuff of life long before the rest of us: advertising, fun and shopping. In this sugoroku - a racing game - Eisen takes us through the most prestigious dry goods stores and drapers - ie high fashion - of Edo (Tokyo) until we reach Ebisu and Daikokuten - gods, respectively, of merchants and wealth. In other words, who isn't this game for? Every working Edo inhabitant with a speck of ambition will want a place among the great merchants, rubbing shoulders with such gods while their wealthy patrons have confirmed that their shopping habits are blessed by the gods. The titans of fashionable commerce here include Echigoya (now Mitsukoshi), Shirokiya (which lasted some three hundred years, its ghost is a department store in Honolulu), Iwaki Sotoya, Matsuzakaya (still going), Ebisuya, Daimaru (still going), Shimaya, Sawanoi and Izukura. Eisen did more than one sugoroku: this, one of more prosaic sights of Edo, one of the Tokaido road, and an elaborate sort of fourth one - the set of courtesan prints which together form a game - are the ones I've traced. I can only find one other copy of this shopping adventure, printed in yellow rather than blue, in the UC Berkeley library.

      [Bookseller: Richard Neylon]
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        Ein Voltigeur steht peitschenschwingend auf drei Pferden, vier weitere Pferde laufen voran, alle sieben Zügel hält er in einer Hand. Ganz vornedran gibt ein einzelner Reiter mit Pferd wohl das Tempo vor.

      O. O., ca. 1820. - Unbezeichneter Holzschnitt. Koloriert. Bildgr.: 28,5 x 54,5 cm. Blattgr.: 39 x 57 cm. Etwas stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        A journey in Carniola, Italy, and France in the years 1817, 1818, containing remarks relating to language, geography, history, atiquities, natural history, science, painting, sculpture, architecture, agriculture, the mechanical arts and manufactures.

      Constable,, Edinburgh, 1820 - Due volumi di cm. 22, pp. viii, 554; (4) 424 (4). Con 33 tavole f.t. incise in rame di cui l'ultima una grande carta geografica più volte ripiegata. Due di queste raffigurano San Marino. Solida legatura d'epoca posteriore in mezza pelle verde con punte, dorsi a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione originale, molto rara. Cfr. Olschki (120): "Cadell arriva in Italia da Vienna e il primo capitolo dell'opera tratta di Trieste e dei suoi dintorni. Al ritorno dal viaggio passa dal Moncenisio e Ginevra. Risale rapidamente per la Francia terminando il suo resoconto a Parigi. DAlla p. 233 all p. 252 del secondo volume una breve bibliografia di operee carte geografiche sull'Italia, seguita da notizie geologichew, statistiche e 138 pp. d'indici.; Pine-Coffin 817/9: "Trieste, Venise, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Ravenna, Milan, and Turin". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Blatt mit 2 Holzschnitten: Der linke (22 x 25 cm) zeigt vier bespannte Trommeln, in einer Reihe von je 2 Männern hochgehalten. Ein Artist "fliegt" durch die Trommeln durch, man sieht die geplatzten Felle und bei der letzten bereits Kopf und Oberkörper herauskommen. - Der rechte Holzschnitt (24 x 19,5 cm) zeigt einen Artisten beim Mahl zu Tisch, gerade hebt er zuprostend sein Glas. Umgeben ist der Mann von zahlreichen sich drehenden Feuerrädern und anderer Pyrotechnik.

      O. O., ca. 1820.. Unbezeichneter Holzschnitt. Koloriert. Blattgr.: 41 x 50 cm. Obere linke Ecke etwas fleckig.

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        Autograph letter signed "Meyerbeer" to unidentified correspondent [?Julius Stern]

      Apparently unpublished. Not in Becker, Heinz, Gudrun Becker, and Sabine Henze-Döhring, eds.: Giacomo Meyerbeer: Briefwechsel und Tagebücher. The unusual greeting "Geehrter Herr und Landsmann" and the content of the letter suggest that Meyerbeer's correspondent is, in all likelihood, Julius Stern (1820-83), who in 1850 founded the Stern'sches Konservatorium in Berlin. With a grant from the king of Prussia, Stern spent the academic year 1843-44 as a voice student in Paris, where Meyerbeer protected him and introduced him to Berlioz. Meyerbeer uses the same greeting in a (likewise undated) letter to Stern that Stern's son and biographer Richard Stern published in his memoirs of his father: "Stern became closely acquainted with Hector Berlioz as well. Meyerbeer sent him a ticket for a concert by Berlioz and personally accompanied him there [as confirmed in the present letter]. Meyerbeer had the first box and left the best seat to Stern... Soon after, Stern sent some of his compositions to Berlioz, who had asked for them... Not much later, Meyerbeer wrote to Stern: 'Geehrter Herr und Landsmann! You may see your wish of a closer acquaintance with Berlioz fulfilled today if you please join me for lunch at the Hôtel du Paris...' " Richard Stern, Erinnerungsblätter an Julius Stern, p. 50. If Stern is, indeed, Meyerbeer's correspondent, the present letter may be safely dated to 1843-44.. 1 page. Small folio (122 x 210 mm.), cut from a larger leaf). [?Paris], "Sunday morning," [?1843-44]. In black ink on personal letterhead with embossed monogram at head. In German (with translation). Meyerbeer invites his unidentified correspondent, addressed "Geehrter Herr und Landsmann" (Esteemed Sir and Countryman), to a concert by Hector Berlioz: "Herr Berlioz has been so kind to send me two tickets for his concert tonight. If you agree to share his gift with me, I will be even happier because I will also have the pleasure of being your neighbor. After the concert I want to introduce you to Berlioz if you have not already met him." Slightly worn; creased at folds and overall; several very small ink stains; left margin with small chip, trimmed with partial loss to monogram; "Meyerbeer" in another hand to blank verso.

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        Gesamtansicht von Süden; im Vordergrund der Hohlweg mit Bürgerpaar.

      - altkolorierte Aquatinta v. Carl Dörr in Heilbronn b. C. Laminit in Mannheim, 1820, 25,7 x 37,8 Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Württemberg, Nr. 10950 (vorliegendes Blatt mit größerem Maß als bei Schefold angegeben). - Altmontiertes altkoloriertes Aquatinta auf Albumpapier bis zum getuschtem Rand beschnitten. - Sehr selten!

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        EBERSTEIN/Murgtal. "Ansicht des Schlos= Eberstein im Murgthal." Im Hintergrund links das Schloß, vorne rechts die Klingel-Kapelle mit hübscher figürlicher Staffage.

      - Aquatinta von Carl Kuntz, um 1820, 25,9 x 35,9 cm. Schefold 22518. - Schöner, kräftiger Abzug mit geringen Randmängeln und winzigen Bereibungen im Himmel.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Considerations on the Theory of Religion to Which is Prefixed A Life of the Author, By the Late William Paley.

      Rodwell and Martin,, London, 1820 - Cm. 21, pp. xvi, 535 (1). Bella legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da elaborata cornice in oro, dentelles interne, tagli e sgiardie marmorizzati. Una cerniera esternamente debole, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Reilly, Atlas, Wien mit 160 Kupferkarten, anno 1791

      Reilly F.J.,Wien,1766-1820 - Reilly, Atlas, Wien mit 160 Kupferkarten Reilly, F. J. J. v. Schauplatz der fünf Theile der Welt. Tl. 2, Abt. 1 (Deutschland). Wien 1791. Qu.-fol. (30:41,5 cm). 1 gest. Titel u. 160 (4 eingefalt.) Kupferkarten mit altem Grenz- oder Flächenkolorit. Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch., Kanten etwas bestoßen. Phillips 2845; Dörflinger-H. I, 84 ff. (Rei A). - Teilstück des großen Atlaswerks zu Büschings Erdbeschreibung, geschätzt wegen vieler Detailkarten auch kleinster Herrschaftsgebiete. Enthält die num. Karten 92-250 von Südwest-Europa, Deutschland (2) und zum östlichen u. südlichen deutschen Reich. Auch Schlesien, Böhmen, Mähren, Slowenien, Kroatien, Be-Ne-Lux, Schweiz usw. - In den Rändern vereinzelt gering fingerfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La petite volière. Paris, Marcilly, [ca. 1820].

      - 32°, miniatuur boekje (6x4 cm.), origineel bedrukt kartonnen bandje in hoesje, 8+88 pag., met gegraveerde handgekleurde titelpagina en 6 handgekleurde platen met afbeelding van 12 verschillende vogels. Goud op snee.

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        Ivanhoe; a romance. By "the author of Waverley," &c.

      Archibald Constable; London: Hurst, Robinson, Edinburgh 1820 - First edition, first issue, with press figures conforming to those outlined by Todd & Bowden; 3 volumes, 8vo, pp. [6], xxxiii, [1], 298; [4], 327; [4], 371, [1], 3 (ads); contemporary maroon calf-backed marbled boards; top 1" of spine of vol. 1 gone; all spines with hairline cracks, joints cracked; extremities rubbed, a few signatures extended, title page of volume 2 with smudge and small ink stain; good, at best, but complete with the half-titles, and internally clean. Grolier, English 100, 71; Todd & Bowden 140Aa. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        SIGNED INK SKETCH WITH HAND-COLORING CAPTIONED, "SON OF NAP THE FIRST

      @1820. Drawing. Single horizontal folding crease through center. Light foxing, toning and staining. Very good. George Cruikshank. Fine, undated (@1820) example, 8" x 10", matted to an overall size of approximately 12-1/2" x 15". Ink, pencil and watercolor on John Hall watermarked paper, with embossed stamp reading "Bath" at the top left corner. SIGNED and titled by the artist next to the drawing with possibly related text at the bottom. Also includes a SIGNED rough pencil sketch on the verso.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        ALTÖTTING. "Innere Ansicht der heiligen Kapelle in Altenoetting".

      - Lithographie "Ganz getreu nach der Natur gez. v. L. Mohrherr, Lith. v. W. Kötztinger", um 1820, 35 x 26 cm. Sehr seltenes Blatt mit Darstellung der Gnadenkapelle. Am Altar und an den Wänden die Votivgaben, darunter der berühmte kniende silberne Prinz. Besonders reizvoll sind die verschiedenen Trachten der betenden Wallfahrer (Münchner Riegelhaube, Passauer Goldhaube etc.). - Tadellos frisch erhalten. Breitrandig, in zeitgenössischem schwarzen Rahmen.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        La Course. Aquatintaradierung gestochen von Philibert Louis DEBUCOURT.

      1820 - Um 1820. 37,2 x52,6 cm (Bildgrösse); 63x75 cm (Blattgrösse). In rötlichem Mahagoni/Goldrahmen unter Passepartout. Kolorierte Aquatinta in Braunton zeigt diverse Reiter auf weiter Fläche rennend, vorne reitende Zuschauer, sowie Zuschauerin ain Kutsche, links stehende Zuschauer auf Tribüne (Ziel). Unten mit Titel "La Course" und Angabe des Künstlers und des Stechers. - Blatt etwas gebräunt, dekoratives Blatt in altem Rahmen. In rötlichem Mahagoni/Goldrahmen unter Passepartout. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed "Meyerbeer" to unidentified correspondent [?Julius Stern]

      Apparently unpublished. Not in Becker, Heinz, Gudrun Becker, and Sabine Henze-Döhring, eds.: Giacomo Meyerbeer: Briefwechsel und Tagebücher. The unusual greeting "Geehrter Herr und Landsmann" and the content of the letter suggest that Meyerbeer's correspondent is, in all likelihood, Julius Stern (1820-83), who in 1850 founded the Stern'sches Konservatorium in Berlin. With a grant from the king of Prussia, Stern spent the academic year 1843-44 as a voice student in Paris, where Meyerbeer protected him and introduced him to Berlioz. Meyerbeer uses the same greeting in a (likewise undated) letter to Stern that Stern's son and biographer Richard Stern published in his memoirs of his father: "Stern became closely acquainted with Hector Berlioz as well. Meyerbeer sent him a ticket for a concert by Berlioz and personally accompanied him there [as confirmed in the present letter]. Meyerbeer had the first box and left the best seat to Stern... Soon after, Stern sent some of his compositions to Berlioz, who had asked for them... Not much later, Meyerbeer wrote to Stern: 'Geehrter Herr und Landsmann! You may see your wish of a closer acquaintance with Berlioz fulfilled today if you please join me for lunch at the Hôtel du Paris...' " Richard Stern, Erinnerungsblätter an Julius Stern, p. 50. If Stern is, indeed, Meyerbeer's correspondent, the present letter may be safely dated to 1843-44.. 1 page. Small folio (122 x 210 mm.), cut from a larger leaf). [?Paris], "Sunday morning," [?1843-44]. In black ink on personal letterhead with embossed monogram at head. In German (with translation). Meyerbeer invites his unidentified correspondent, addressed "Geehrter Herr und Landsmann" (Esteemed Sir and Countryman), to a concert by Hector Berlioz: "Herr Berlioz has been so kind to send me two tickets for his concert tonight. If you agree to share his gift with me, I will be even happier because I will also have the pleasure of being your neighbor. After the concert I want to introduce you to Berlioz if you have not already met him." Slightly worn; creased at folds and overall; several very small ink stains; left margin with small chip, trimmed with partial loss to monogram; "Meyerbeer" in another hand to blank verso.

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        COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. BY HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR JOHN BROOKS, GOVERNOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THIS COMMONWEALTH, PASSED ON THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF JUNE LAST, ENTITLED "AN ACT RELATING TO THE CALLING OF A CONVENTION"...[caption title]

      Boston, 1820. Old folds. Short closed tear in left margin along one fold, not affecting text. Docketed on verso in contemporary manuscript; contemporary autograph inscription in lower margin: "Copy attest Alden Bradford Sec[retary] of the Common[wealth]." Very good. Broadside proclamation announcing the results of a statewide vote to decide whether or not to call for delegates to change the state constitution. This was the second state constitutional convention, after the first of 1780, which resulted in nine amendments to the foundational document. Maine had been granted statehood in March 1820, a few months prior, separating it from Massachusetts. Having voted in town meetings across the state, the people of Massachusetts voted 11,756 to 6,593 in favor of amending the constitution. The governor therefore called upon all qualified citizens to assemble "on the third Monday of October next...[to] elect one or more Delegates...to meet Delegates from other Towns, in Convention at the State House, in Boston, on the third Wednesday of November next, to take into consideration the propriety and expediency of making any (and if any what) alterations or amendments in the present Constitution of Government of the Commonwealth...."

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        Geschichte von Hessen durch Christoph Rommel. 9 Bände. - Band 1: Erster Theil: Von den ältesten Zeiten bis zum Anfang der Landgrafschaft Hessen. - Band 2: Zweyter Theil: Von dem Anfange des Fürstenthums und der Landgrafschaft Hessen bis zur Theilung unter den Söhnen Ludwigs des Friedsamen. - Band 3: Dritter Theil, Erste Abtheilung: Von der Theilung Hessens unter den Söhnen Ludwigs des Friedsamen bis zur Theilung unter den Söhnen Philipps des Großmütigen oder bis zum Anfang der jetzigen Haupt-Linien. - Band 4: Des dritten Theils, zweyte Abtheilung: Von der völligen Einführung der Reformation in Hessen bis zum Tode Philipp's des Großmütigen, ober bis zum Anfang der jetzigen hessischen Haupt-Linien. 1528-1567. - Band 5: Vierter Theil, erste Ab

      Cassel: Hampe; später Verlag von Friedrich Perthes und Verlag von Theodor Fischer 1820-1853. - Bände 6, 8 und 9 mit mehrfach gefalteten Stammtafeln. Christoph Rommel (1781-1859) war ein deutscher Historiker und Philologe. "Bleibende Bedeutung besitzt seine „Geschichte von Hessen" (10 Bände, 1820–1858) von der germanischen Zeit bis zu den Anfängen Landgraf Karls I. In der Tradition der spätaufklärerischen Landesgeschichtsschreibung legte Rommel ein Grundlagenwerk gemäß den methodischen und theoretischen Grundsätzen des Historismus vor. Die hessische Nation galt ihm unter der gottgegebenen Herrschaft des Hausos Brabant als geschichtswirksame und raumbildende Macht. Die Regierungszeit Philipps I. interpretierte er als Kulminationspunkt der politischen und konfessionellen Existenz des hessischen Staates und Volkes, das den "Kreislauf seiner Geschichte" erst zu erfüllen habe, bevor es in der deutschen Nation aufgehen könne. Unter dem Eindruck der Französischen Revolution und der Verfassung des Königreichs Westphalen, dessen Reformanstrengungen er zwar partiell als zeitgemäß ansah, aber trotzdem als nicht "geschichtlich begründet" verwarf, wandelte sich Rommel vom Vertreter einer 'gemäßigten' Aufklärung nach 1815 zum unbedingten Verfechter einer neoabsolutistischen Fürstenherrschaft. Dieser stellte er sein Werk kompromißlos zur Verfügung." (ADB 29, S. 126-128) - Einbände leicht berieben. Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen. Buntpapierbezug an den Außengelenken angeplatzt, teils mit Fehlstellen. Schnitte leicht fleckig und etwas angestaubt. Kleine handschriftliche Besitzervermerke in schwarzer Tinte auf den fliegenden Vorsätzen. Seiten teils etwas braunfleckig und teilweise etwas knickspurig. - Insgesamt gut erhaltene Exemplare. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 6000 8° (20,5 x 13 cm). Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Titeln auf roten und blauen Rückenschildern. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. 9 Bände (von 10; nicht vollständig). Erster bis vierter Theil in 8 Bänden sowie 9. Band. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ein Voltigeur steht peitschenschwingend auf drei Pferden, vier weitere Pferde laufen voran, alle sieben Zügel hält er in einer Hand. Ganz vornedran gibt ein einzelner Reiter mit Pferd wohl das Tempo vor.

      O. O., ca. 1820.. Unbezeichneter Holzschnitt. Koloriert. Bildgr.: 28,5 x 54,5 cm. Blattgr.: 39 x 57 cm. Etwas stockfleckig.

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        Chirurgische Kupfertafeln

      Weimar Landes-Industrie-Comptoir 1820 - Surgery. Chirurgie. Froriep, Ludwig Friedrich von; Froriep, Robert Friedrich (Ed.). ("Chirurgische Kupfertafeln. Eine auserlesene Sammlung der nöthigsten Abbildungen von äußerlich sichtbaren Krankheitsformen, anatomischen Präparaten, so wie von Instrumenten und Bandagen, welche auf die Chirurgie Bezug haben, zum Gebrauche für praktische Chirurgen"). Weimar: Landes-Industrie-Comptoir, 1820-1847. 4to. "Tafeln" (Abbildungen) Nr. 1-198, 204-210 auf 168 Kupfertafeln (davon 28 kol. oder mit farb. Aquatinta gedrucken Tafeln; enth. 3 gefaltene Tafeln) mit entsprechenden Erklärungen auf ca. 500 Textseiten. OPp. Einband a. d. Zeit mit RckTitelschild. J. H. L. F. von Froriep (1779-1847) war e. dt. Chirurg, Hochschullehrer u. Verleger. R. F. Froriep (1804-1861) war e. dt. Anatom u. Sohn d. Chirurgen L. F. Froriep. - Ohne Titelseite u. Taf. (Abb.) 199-203. Untere rechte Ecke d. ersten Seite des Textes gerissen (ohne Textverlust). Etw. braunfleckig. Einb. ber., Ecken best. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Orton Association for the Prosecution of Felons. We the undersigned.

      Kendal: M. and R. Braithwaite, c.1820. - Single sheet17 x 10.5 inches. Framed and glazed. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, prior to the formation of a police force, rural committees formed mutual subscription societies to prosecute criminals. The County and Borough Police Act 1856 made the police forces compulsory prompting the formation of the Cumbria Police Force in that year.

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        Dello stato fisico del suolo di Roma. Memoria per servire d'illustrazione alla carta geognostica di questa citta' di G. Brocchi. Con due tavole in rame.

      Nella stamperia De Romanis, Roma 1820 - In 8, pp. 282 con 2 carte f. t. inc. all'acquaf. acquerellate e piu' volte rip. Cart. mod. Edizione originale di quest'oper pubblicata a spese del BrocchiÂ. Importante studio di geologia urbana, nel quale si esamina l'evoluzione della citta' storica rispetto alle preesistenze geomorfologiche. Vengono date, inoltre, importanti tabelle quali quella della profondita' dell'acqua rilevata in molti pozzi scavati sui colli di Roma. Un ampio capitolo in fine e' dedicato alle condizioni dell'aria nella Roma antica. Brocchi pur essendo veneto di origine, per tutta la vita condusse ricerche a largo raggio, visitando molteplici luoghi in Italia. Roma fu al centro dei suoi studi e meta di almeno quattro suoi viaggi. Le due belle tavole fuori testo raffigurano molte sezioni geologiche quali quell di: Monte Verde, Monte Mario, Aventino, Vaticano, Rupe Tarpea, Esquilino, Viminale e Celio. ITA

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        Catalogus disputationum in academiis Scandinaviæ et Finlandiæ Lidenianus continuatus. I-III. + MARKLIN, GABR. Catalogus disputationum in academiis Scandinaviæ et Finlandiæ Lidenianus continuatus. Supplementa addidit.

      1820 - Uppsala, Reg. academiæ typographi, 1820. 8:o. (2),IV,262 + 179 + 102 pp. + Uppsala, Reg. academiæ typographi, 1820. 8:o. (2),117 pp. Contemporary grey paper wrappers, slightly worn. Spine somewhat foxed and with small loss of paper at top. Insert fine and uncut, small tear in outer margin on p. 151 in volume II. Bookplate. Almquist 1212-13. Marklin's continuation of Lidén's bibliography of academic dissertations covers the period 1778-1819 and is still the standard work in its field. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ueber die deutschen Doppelwörter; eine grammatische Untersuchung in zwölf alten Briefen und zwölf neuen Postskripten. Jean Paul Werke 42

      Cotta schen Buchhandlung Stuttgart und Tübingen 1820 - Gebundenes Exemplar, Pappbändchen der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, altersgemäß gut erhalten. Im Vorsatz Bleistifteintragung. Alle Seiten meist leicht, selten stärker stockfleckig oder gebräunt. Der Einband ist berieben, Buchrücken im Falz mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. 230 S. Deutsch - Frakturschrift 159g kl. 8° - Kleinoktav (entspricht 15 - 18,5 cm) Pappeinband o. Schutzumschlag

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        "Ivanhoe; a romance. By ""the author of Waverley,"" &c."

      Edinburgh: "Archibald Constable; London: Hurst, Robinson". 1820. "First edition, first issue, with press figures conforming to those outlined by Todd & Bowden; 3 volumes, 8vo, pp. [6], xxxiii, [1], 298; [4], 327; [4], 371, [1], 3 (ads); contemporary maroon calf-backed marbled boards; top 1"" of spine of vol. 1 gone; all spines with hairline cracks, joints cracked; extremities rubbed, a few signatures extended, title page of volume 2 with smudge and small ink stain; good, at best, but complete with the half-titles, and internally clean. Grolier, English 100, 71; Todd & Bowden 140Aa."

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        Gesamtans., Ehrenbreitstein üb. d. Rhein, Vignette auf einer Handwerkskundschaft.

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), um 1820, 27 x 36 Stopp, Die Handwerkskundschaften m. Ortsansichten, Bd.2, Nr. 110. Unausgefüllter Handwerkskundschaft. In der oberen Hälfte Gesamtansicht von Ehrenbreitstein, darunter gest. Text: " Wir Geschworene Vor und Andero Meister . in der Chur Trierischen Residentz Thal Ehrenbreitstein bekennen . Anno 17 . ". Das Ganze eingefaßt in gest. Bordüre. Abzug Anfang des 19. Jahrh. leider flau im Druck. - Trotzdem ein sehr zu beachtendes und seltenes Blatt, da nur noch 8 weitere Exemplare bekannt sind.

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        LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF MICHIGAN, WITH MARGINAL NOTES AND AN INDEX; TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, THE ORDINANCE AND SEVERAL ACTS OF CONGRESS RELATING TO THIS TERRITORY.

      Detroit: Sheldon & Reed, 1820. - 517pp. 20th-century cloth, gilt leather labels. Library ink stamp on titlepage. Light foxing and soiling to text, some minor wear. Very good. Early laws for Michigan Territory, including a reprinting of the ordinance creating the Northwest Territory. Michigan Territory, established in 1805, included the present states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa, as well as part of the Dakotas. Michigan gained statehood in 1837, at which point the remaining land area fell under the title of Wisconsin Territory. Scarce and early for the region. SHOEMAKER 2253. AII (MICHIGAN) 46. SABIN 48747.

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        Leben und Lehrmeinungen berühmter Physiker am Ende des XVI. und am Anfang des XVII. Jahrhunderts : als Beyträge zur Geschichte der Physiologie in engerer und weiterer Bedeutung Anselm Rixner; Thaddä Siber (Hg.) mit je einem Portrait als Frontispiz

      Sulzbach : J.E. v. Seidel, 1820-1826. - 258/ 244/296/198/258/237/245 Seiten I. Band Theophrastus Paracelsus 2. verm. Aufl. 1829 -(Porträt lose, Knick im Titelblatt) II. Band Hieronymus Cardanus 1820 III. Band Bernardinus Telesius 1820 IV. Band Franciscus Patritius 1823 V. Band Jordanus Brunus 1824 (Vermerk auf Vorsatz) VI. Band Thomas Campanella 1826 VII. Band Joh.Bapt. v. Helmont 1826 alle: gut erhalten, Einband an den Kanten etwas berieben, Ecken leicht bestoßen, Seiten teils etw. stockfleckig, bei Band 1 Porträtblatt lose u. Knick im Titelblatt, Bleistift-Anstreichungen sehr selten komplett und mit einheitl. Ebd.angeboten! Das Impressum finden Sie unter „More Information About This Seller", die Informationen zum Widerrufsrecht, die AGB und die Datenschutzerklärung unter „Terms of Sale". Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1750

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        Der lange verborgene Freund, oder, Getreuer und Christlicher Unterricht fur jedermann: enthaltend wunderbare und probmassige Mittel und Kunste, sowohl fur die Menschen als das Vieh; mit vielen Zeugen bewiesen in diesem Buch, und wovon das Mehrste noch wenig bekannt ist, und zum allersten Mal in America im Druck erschient. Reading, Pennsylvania

      "Gedrucht fur den Verfasser" [printed by Carl Augustus Bruckman], Reading, PA 1820 - (6 7/8 x 4 1/8 inches). 100pp. (Browning, minor loss to lower corners of B1 and B2). Contemporary half sheep and hand-coloured patterned paper covered boards (minor loss to paper of upper cover) A legendary work of Pennsylvania German folk magic and remedies, in its exceedingly rare first edition. This work (probably based on earlier works of folk magic in the European tradition such as the various works attributed to Albertus Magnus), was reprinted many times and became closely associated with the Pennsylvania Dutch magic tradition known as Braucherei. Often referred to as the "pow- wow book" in translation (indeed, still in print today), it is a work of broad appeal, as so many of the spells, recipes and remedies are universally applicable to rural concerns, especially those pertaining to both human and animal health. The supposedly occult powers of the book figure in works of fiction as well. Unsurprisingly, this first edition is rare, for all editions saw heavy use. Three copies are located in OCLC; of these, only one copy is located in North America (American Antiquarian Society). Austin 922; Shaw & Shoemaker 1642; Boette & Tannhof 2462. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ROM. "Prospect von Rom mit den (!) Grabmal des Kaisers Tiberius". Gesamtansicht mit Blick auf die Engelsburg, rechts der Petersdom, links das Augustusmausoleum, im Vordergrund Landleute mit Kühen, Reiter sowie ein großer Baum.

      - Altkol. Umrißradierung von Friedrich Wizani nach Pignatelli bei Kleist in Dresden, um 1820, 38 x 53,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXVI, S. 158. - Friedrich Wizani wurde 1770 in Dresden geboren. Er starb 1835 ebenda. Berühmt wurde er durch seine Ansichten in "Aberlis Manier". - Oben und an den Seiten mit einem schmalen Rand um die Einfassungslinie, alle vier Ecken mit professionell restaurierten Einrissen. Schöne und sehr seltene Radierung des gesuchten Meisters in feinem Altkolorit.

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        Tragedie.

       Firenze, Leon. Ciardetti 1820-21. 6 vols. 4°. (1) 262 (1); 363 (1); 306 (1); 368 (1); 329 (1): 394 (2) S. mit Titelportr. u. 21 Kupfertaf. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg. u. marmorierten Buchdeckeln. Kanten berieb., leicht stockfleckig. Exlibris.Vittorio Alfieri, (1749 in Asti gest.1803 in Florenz) war einer der bedeutendsten italienischen Dichter und Dramatiker des 18. Jahrhunderts. Seine streng formalen, klassischen Tragödien waren durchdrungen von den republikanischen Freiheitsgedanken des späten 18. Jahrhunderts und seiner Abscheu gegenüber jeder Form von Tyrannei. Dadurch hatten seine Werke großen Einfluss auf die italienische Freiheitsbewegung des 19. Jahrhunderts, das Risorgimento - Con un ritratto di Alfieri inc. da. G. Cantini e 21 tavole n. t. davanti a ciascuna tragedia finem. inc. in rampe per lo più da Ant. Verico e Carlo Lasinio. Dedica dell` editore al conte D. Boutourlin. Precedono la lunga `Lettura di Ranieri de` Calsabigi all` autore sulle quattro sue prime tragedie`, la `Risposta` ed il `Parere sull` arte comica in Italia` dell`Alfieri. Bella, accurata e non comune edizione. Esempl. magnifico, a pieni margini (rare fioriture della carta). Versand D: 4,00 EUR Literatur, Theater

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        Poems descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery.

      London: printed for Taylor and Hessay; and E. Drury,, 1820. Duodecimo (178 × 105 mm). Original boards, title label to spine, edges untrimmed. With the half-title and errata slip, with the glossary and 10 pp. publisher's advertisements bound at the rear. Ownership blind-stamp "Diana Lenygon" to front free endpaper. Rebacked, boards worn and the corners and stained, some spots and marks internally but still on the whole a very good copy. First edition of John Clare's first book, first issue with the errata slip, one of 1,000 copies published 15 January 1820, this copy in the original boards. John Clare (1793-1864) was a farm labourer's son, and gained his first significant taste in poetry from reading James Thompson's The Seasons. In order to forestall his parents' eviction from their home, he offered his own poems to a local bookseller Edward Drury, cousin to John Taylor of the publishers Taylor & Hessay (who had published Keats's poems). The resulting volume, Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery, was something of a publishing sensation, the 1,000 copies of the first edition selling out in two months. Clare was celebrated as being tantamount to an English Robert Burns, and his poetic talents, seemingly springing from nowhere, caught the attention of a reading public fascinated by the idea of "inspiration" and its sources in Nature. As well as being, in the words of his biographer Jonathan Bate, "the greatest labouring-class poet that England has ever produced", Clare is now considered an important proto-environmentalist voice; his poetry is particularly valuable for having expressed, in an authentic vernacular tongue (the publishers appended a 4 page glossary to explain Clare's rustic vocabulary), an elegiac celebration of wild rural England before it was wiped out by the Enclosure Acts. This copy has an appropriately rural contemporary pencil ownership inscription to the rear advertisement leaf, of Edward Thompson, a farmer of Greatford, Lincolnshire, whose servant is recorded in the 1840 Farmer's Magazine as winning a prize for ploughing.

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        \"Pyrmont mit seinen Umgebungen\". Stadtplan mit der Umgebung bis Holzhausen und Löwensen, mit Bomberg, Königsberg und Saline. Umrahmt ist der Plan von 12 Teilansichten aus Stadt und Umgebung.

       Kupferstich von C. Teichmüller und W. Wagner bei Rocca, um 1820, 41 x 52 cm. Vier größere Ansichten in den Ecken zeigen Motive aus Pyrmont, die 8 kleineren Ansichten zeigen Schauspielhaus, Conditorei, Dunsthöhle, Schellenberg, Friedenstal u.a. Unten Feld mit gestochenen Erklärungen a - g und 1 - 70. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Niedersachsen, Souvenir-Blätter

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        De aure et auditu hominis et animalium. Pars I: De aure animalium aquatilium (alles Erschienene).

      Leipzig Fleischer 1820 - (26,5 x 22,5 cm). (2) 134, 34 S. Mit 10 teils gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe. - "Weber began with research in anatomy and discovered several important structures, some of which still bear his name - for instance, Weber's ossicles, which form a chain of small bones on each side of the air bladder, and the ear atrium of some fishes (the Weberian apparatus). This work marked the beginning of a series of comparative embryological and paleontological studies that led to the discovery of the intermediary stages between the primitive structures of the splanchno-cranium and the middle ear auditory ossicles of mammals - a brilliant step in demonstrating the links between isolated facts and continuity in the evolution of structure and function" (DSB). - Stempel auf Titel. Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten. - DSB 14, 199; Garrison-Morton 1556; Nissen ZBI 4348; MNE II, 345 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'AMERIQUE [caption title]

      Paris: Chez Tessari, 1820. Some minor dust soiling in margins. Overall a very nice image with good coloring. Archivally matted, protected with mylar. An attractive allegorical rendition of America in the form of an American Indian woman in fanciful indigenous costume. She is shown from the waist up, wears a headdress and has one breast exposed. The image is captioned as "dessiné par Vauthier," which refers to the noteworthy artist, Jules Antoine Vauthier. The image was engraved by Bertrand. A neo-classical vision of America in the form of an Indian queen, beautifully colored by hand.

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        Fernsicht, "Calw. Meinen lieben Anverwandten daselbst gewidmet".

      - Umrißlithographie n. Fritz Weckherlin, um 1820, 20 x 29 Sehr selten !! - Nicht bei Schefold. Nicht bei Winkler, Inkunabeln der Lithographie. - Blick von einer Anhöhe zum Ort. Im Vordergrund 2 junge Männer, von denen einer zeichnet.- Oben links etwas fleckig.

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        TA., Ruine "Streitberg".

      - Lithographie v. Cogels, vor 1820, 19,5 x 28 Winkler, Inkunabeln der Lithographie, Nr. 130 / 45.

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        Lettres à M. Malthus, sur différens sujets d'économie politique, notamment sur les causes de la stagnation générale du commerce

      Chez Bossange, Père et Fils, Libraires, Paris 1820 - Reliure demi-veau à 5 nerfs, coins cachés en toile vert claire. Signet en tissu vert. Tranche de tête dorée. 1820. 21,5x14 cm. (8)184 pages. BON ETAT. Tranche de tête empoussiérée. Quelques légères éraflures sur les mors-cuir. Bords des plats, nerfs et coiffes sont frottés. Inscriptions au crayon en bas du faux-titre. Quelques feuillets non coupés. Rousseurs sur les pages. Salissures et mouillure angulaire sur les premières pages. Reliure solide. Poids hors emballage : 370 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Jones, Ebenezer- Two Manuscript poems] "Despair" and "Song"

      Two large sides of one sheet, two poems, nine total stanzas, about 80 lines, some edits including a few lines totally crossed out. Ebenezer Jones (1820-1860) was a poet and close friend of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and of the broader Rossetti family. His poetry saw little acclaim during his life, however, after Gabriel wrote in "Notes and Queries" that he [Jones] would some day be disinterred (William Bell Scott also agreeing), his popularity began to grow, with not a few of his poems brought into publication. Two poems are here written out in holograph by Jones, entitled: "Despair" and "Song." The latter appears in 'The Oxford Book of Verse' (Quiller-Couch, 1919) beginning: "WHEN the world is burning, Fired within, yet turning/ Round with face unscathed; /Ere fierce flames, uprushing,/ O'er all lands leap, crushing. /Till earth fall, fire-swathed,/ Up amidst the meadows,/ Gently through the shadows, /Gentle flames will glide,/ Small, and blue, and golden..." etc.

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        Odes of Anacreon - Translated Into English Verse with Notes

      London: James Carpenter, 1820. Two volumes complete - Volume One - xlvi, [2], 50-175pp, [1] and Volume Two - 148pp. Contemporary full morocco, semi-raised bands, spines in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, volume number to fifth, remaining panels gilt with flower corner pieces and central fleur de lis, covers with thick and thin fillet bordering an anthemion roll frame with a central arabesque, gilt roll to edges, gilt flower roll to inner edges, watered silk doublures, a.e.g. with attractive fore-edge paintings to each volume; volume one showing four cherubs frolicking in an urn and volume two showing an old man under a blanket talking to a cherub who is holding a cup. Slightly rubbed to extremities, small ink spot to upper cover of volume one and lower cover of volume two. One or two spots of foxing, some off setting from frontispiece on to title, frontispiece probably lacking tissue guard, but generally bright and clean. Each volume with Selborne library stamp to foot of reverse of title and once to bottom margin of text leaf, volume one with small book label of Marion C. Walker to reverse of silk endpaper, small amount of glue remnant where a previous owners' book plate has been removed. Pencilled note to endpaper stating the book was from James Toovey's library (possibly the glue remnant mentioned above, it could well have been an oval bookplate like Toovey's); another pencilled note in the same hand notes that the binding is by Edwards of Halifax, though there is no direct evidence of this. The fore-edges appear to be initialled but I cannot make the initials out. The fore-edges look, to me, like they have some age, but Weber notes that most fore-edge paintings are twentieth century in origin. Reprint. Full Morocco. Very Good. 12mo. Fore-edge Painting.

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        DAS GROSSE A B C-BUCH. ENTHALTEND: DAS A B C, WURZELWOERTER, UND WURZELWOERTER MIT IHREN ANGEHAENGTEN ABLEITUNGSSYLBEN...

      Neu-Market, Va.: Salomen Henkel, 1820. Woodcut frontispiece and titlepage vignette. 12mo. Original cloth backed, paper covered boards, decorated with woodcuts of an elephant and a rooster. Boards very lightly stained. Internally bright and clean. A near fine copy, in original condition. Styled "Second edition" on the titlepage, though with a pagination conforming to the first edition. A charming speller and alphabet book for children, produced by the Henkel family press in New Market, Virginia in 1806. Led by the renowned preacher, Paul Henkel, they established the first Lutheran publishing house in the United States. The Henkels published numerous Christian catechisms, hymn books, and other works. The present title is a wonderful example of their pedagogical efforts, designed to teach children to read and spell in German, thereby perpetuating German culture and language in the United States. SWEM 8228. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 1569.

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        The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments Vol 5, containing the New Testament

      Serampore [India]: Printed at the Mission Press 8vo (20.5 cm; 8.125"). 649 pp.. 1820 First and apparently sole printing of any portion of the Bible in Bikaneri (a.k.a.Vikanera), a Marwari language of the Rajasthan region of India. The text is in Devangari characters with an added title-page in English that reports the text was "translated from the originals into the Vikanera language by the Serampore missionaries." The title-page also makes clear that this was meant to be vol. V of a complete translation of the Bible, but that project was never completed and it seems no other books of the Bible have been translated into the language. The non-English title-page reads, in transliteration: "Svaraki sagali katha, jake adamyamkem uddharavei aura calanavei codem karyochem, u, Dharma pustaka, unko chedalo virada, va mhakem taranavala Bhagavanna Yisukhrishtaka phayadaki, Mangalika vatam." => The paper used for the text seems to be native-made laid stock. WorldCat and NUC combine to locate only six copies in U.S. libraries, one of which is this one, properly deaccessioned. Provenance: Ex–Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School library; properly deaccessioned. Contemporary boards covered with blue paper a bit scuffed, soiled, and with areas of wear; original paper shelfback replaced with cloth of a closely matching color. A very little library pencilling; no stamps.

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        Ivanhoe, 3 Volumes

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co, 1820. Copyright date is 1820, 1st edition, 1st printing.Scott, Sir Walter. Ivanhoe. Edinburgh: for Archibald Constable and Co, 1820. 3 volumes. With half-titles, first volume wanting leaf 79/80, second volume lacking one preliminary leaf, third volume lacking leaf 15/16. Period half-calf over marbled boards, rebacked, with light wear to extremities. Early ownership inscription to half-title leaves (dated 1821), some detached leaves, generally clean though with some minor stains and light foxing in places, a few short closed tears. First edition, first issue of this classic work. . 1st Edition. hard Covers. Good/no dust Jacket. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

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