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        HISTORY OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND EXISTING CONDITION OF THE WESTERN CANALS in the State of New York, from September 1788, to the Completion of the Middle Section of the Grand Canal, in 1819, together with the Rise, Progress, and existing State

      Albany, NY: published by D. Steele; Packard & Van Benthuysen, Printers, 1820. [ii], [i]- iv, [5]-104, [iv], [111]-210, followed by [ii] of contents (index). Original full calf binding with moderate wear and rubbing to extremities, attractively rebacked in full leather with new spine label. Illustrated by a frontisportrait of the author, two illustrated title pages, two maps (one folding), three engraved facsimiles of official documents, and one engraved plate. Previous owner's name on title page. Moderate to heavy foxing scattered throughout text. Textblock separating after the first few pages of text, with minor old tape repair to inner hinges. A few pages with small tears near the hinge/gutter here. Title continues "...of Modern Agricultural Societies, on the Berkshire System, from 1807, to the establishment of the Board of Agriculture in the State of New-York, January 10, 1820.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Octavo (8vo).

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        History of the Indian Archipelago. Containing an Account of the Manners, Arts, Languages, Religions, Institutions, and Commerce of its Inhabitants ... with Maps and Engravings - [Complete in 3 Volumes]

      Edinburgh : Archibald Constable & Co., 1820, Hardback, First EditionUninked, inpressed inst. Stamp to the title. Original full polished speckled calf, very good. Professionally and period-sympathetically recased; very impressively finished. Gilt cross-bands with the title and volume indications blocked direct. ; 0 pages; Subjects; Subject: Malay Archipelago - History - Description and travel. Asian / Middle Eastern history. India. Phillipines. Austronesian languages. Physical desc. : 3 v. , 35 plates, [1] fold. Leaf : ill. , map ; 22 cm. Assoc. Reference; Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 22742.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Huntingdon Peerage; Comprising a Detailed Account of the Evidence and Proceedings Connected with the Recent Restoration of the Earldom ... to Which is Prefixed a Genealogical and Biographical History of the Illustrious House of Hastings...

      London : Printed For Baldwin, Cradock And Joy, 1820, Hardback, First EditionFinely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 403 pages; Physical desc. : viii, 403, [1] p. ; plates. Subjects; Huntingdon & Hastings families. Inheritance and succession. Illustrations: frontispiece portrait of the Earl of Huntingdon, engraved dedicatory leaf, folded genealogical table, portrait of the Countess of Huntingdon.

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        The Huntingdon Peerage

      London - Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy 1820 - A first edition of Bell's work on the history and restoration of the earldom of Huntingdon. First Edition. Featuring an engraved portrait frontispiece and one engraved portrait plate. Contains a fold-out genealogical table. 'Comprising a detailed account of the evidence and proceedings connected with the recent restoration of the earldom; together with the report of the Attorney-General on that occasion'. 'To which is prefixed a genealogical and biographical history of the illustrious House of Hastings, including a memoir of the present earl and his family'. Henry Nugent Bell (17921822) was an Irish genealogist. Bell followed the profession of a legal antiquary, and, in order to obtain a recognised status, entered himself at the Inner Temple, 17 Nov. 1818. In the same year he acquired considerable distinction by his successful advocacy of the claim of Mr. Hastings to the long-dormant earldom of Huntingdon; the estates, however, were legally invested in the Earl of Moira's family. Bell published a detailed account of the proceedings in The Huntingdon Peerage, and the narrative of his various adventures, which are given at length, displays a suspicious luxuriance of imagination not altogether in keeping with what professed to be a grave genealogical treatise. To the unsold copies a new title- page was affixed in 1821, with a genealogical table and additional portraits. Condition: In a half calf binding with marbled boards. Externally, sound, rubbed in places. Internally, firmly bound. Some scattered light foxing prominent to the last few pages and the plates. Stain to fore-edge. Copperplate ink signature to first blank. Slight tear to the paper of the front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "Prospecte von Hamburg. Das Millernthor aus Westen". Blick auf die Toranlage, im Hintergrund mehrere Kirchtürme.

      . Altkol. Kupferstich, um 1820, 18 x 25 cm.. Alt auf Einfassungslinie geschnitten und mit dem Titel auf einen festen Bogen Papier montiert. - Zauberhaftes, gouacheartiges Altkolorit.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Leben und Lehrmeinungen berühmter Physiker am Ende des XVI. und am Anfange des XVII. Jahrhunderts als Beyträge zur Geschichte der Physiologie in enger und weiterer Bedeutung herausgegeben. II., V. und VI. Heft.

      - II: Hieronymus Cardanus mit dessen Portrait. V: Jordanus Brunus [Giordano Bruno] mit dessen Porträt. VI: Thomas Campanella mit dessen Porträt. Sulzbach, In des Kommerzienraths J. E. v. Seidel Kunst- und Buchhandlung, 1820, 1824, 1826. XII, 244 S. / VIII, 238 S., 1 Bl. / X, 237 S., mit 1 Taf.; alle mit gest. Frontispiz, 8°, Marmorierte Pappbände d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (3 ähnliche Bde.) Enthalten jew. eine Einleitung u. Biographie des Protagonisten u. dann Auszüge aus dessen Werk. Der Band über Cardanus enthält u.a. Allg. Physiologie des Welt-Alls; Besondere Physiologie der irdischen Partial-Körper. Giordano Bruno u.a.: Von der Ursache, dem Anfang u. dem Einen; Von dem unendlichen All u. von den (unzähligen) Welten; Bruno`s Astronomie; Einige Sonette. Der Band über Campanella u.a.: Von den Pricipien der Dinge u. der Weltschöpfung; Von dem Raume, dem Lichte u. der Materie; Von dem Meere u. dem Luftkreise, dann den Meteoren; Von den Thieren; Von geheimen (magischen) Künsten. - Die Bde. sind nur leicht bestossen oder berieben; Bd.VI im Vorsatz mit Besitzerstempel von Heinrich Tränker*, die anderen beiden sind zwar nicht gestempelt, stammen aber auch aus dessen Besitz (haben auch die gleiche für ihn typische Bleistift-Ziffernsignatur); anfangs ganz wenige Seiten in Bd.II mit alten Randanstreichungen; gute Expl. (*H. Tränker alias Br. Recnartus, 1880-1956, (antiquarischer) Buchhändler u. engagierter Okkultist: Sekretär in der I.T.V.; Mitglied im OTO; Gründer versch. rosenkreuzerischer u. pansophischer Gruppierungen, woraus tlw. die Fraternitas Saturni hervorging; zunächst fasziniert von Aleister Crowley, vom dem er sich dann scharf entzweite).

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange]
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        Leben und Lehrmeinungen berühmter Physiker am Ende des XVI. und am Anfange des XVII. Jahrhunderts als Beyträge zur Geschichte der Physiologie in enger und weiterer Bedeutung herausgegeben. II., V. und VI. Heft. II: Hieronymus Cardanus mit dessen Portrait. V: Jordanus Brunus [Giordano Bruno] mit dessen Porträt. VI: Thomas Campanella mit dessen Porträt.

      Sulzbach, In des Kommerzienraths J. E. v. Seidel Kunst- und Buchhandlung, 1820, 1824, 1826.. XII, 244 S. / VIII, 238 S., 1 Bl. / X, 237 S., mit 1 Taf.; alle mit gest. Frontispiz, 8°, Marmorierte Pappbände d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (3 ähnliche Bde.). Enthalten jew. eine Einleitung u. Biographie des Protagonisten u. dann Auszüge aus dessen Werk. Der Band über Cardanus enthält u.a. Allg. Physiologie des Welt-Alls; Besondere Physiologie der irdischen Partial-Körper. Giordano Bruno u.a.: Von der Ursache, dem Anfang u. dem Einen; Von dem unendlichen All u. von den (unzähligen) Welten; Bruno's Astronomie; Einige Sonette. Der Band über Campanella u.a.: Von den Pricipien der Dinge u. der Weltschöpfung; Von dem Raume, dem Lichte u. der Materie; Von dem Meere u. dem Luftkreise, dann den Meteoren; Von den Thieren; Von geheimen (magischen) Künsten. - Die Bde. sind nur leicht bestossen oder berieben; Bd.VI im Vorsatz mit Besitzerstempel von Heinrich Tränker*, die anderen beiden sind zwar nicht gestempelt, stammen aber auch aus dessen Besitz (haben auch die gleiche für ihn typische Bleistift-Ziffernsignatur); anfangs ganz wenige Seiten in Bd.II mit alten Randanstreichungen; gute Expl. (*H. Tränker alias Br. Recnartus, 1880-1956, (antiquarischer) Buchhändler u. engagierter Okkultist: Sekretär in der I.T.V.; Mitglied im OTO; Gründer versch. rosenkreuzerischer u. pansophischer Gruppierungen, woraus tlw. die Fraternitas Saturni hervorging; zunächst fasziniert von Aleister Crowley, vom dem er sich dann scharf entzweite).

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange]
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        Three-quarter length portrait of a seated John Clare, facing left. Watercolour by William Hilton after his full-size portrait in oils now in the National Portrait Gallery.

      [c.1820] Image 19 x 16.5cm; the background varnished, with sl. crazing in places. In a handsome contemporary gilt frame, glazed, approx. 31.5 x 28cm, 4.5cm deep. The frame is a little rubbed, with chipping & repair to small section of ornamentation, upper left corner.Commissioned by Clare's publisher John Taylor in 1820, the original oil painting prompted a contemporary art critic to exclaim "What life in the eyes! What ardent thirst for excellence, and what susceptibility to the outward expression in the quivering lips". This smaller version shows a more romanticised version of the poet than is depicted in the original, having a gentler, slimmer, and less ruddy face. The portrait in oils was engraved by Edward Scriven as the frontispiece to

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        Crown Calendar, Lent Assizes, 1820, Holden at the Castle of Lincoln... William Thompson Corbett, Esq. Sheriff

      Lincoln: Drury and Son, 1820. Broadside measuring 365 x 180 mm., a little foxed, good condition. Sobering insights into the plight of the poor. Ephemeral broadsheet calendar of prisoners, including a considerable listing of men and women sentenced for transportation, from the Lent Assizes. Dated 1820, the sheet dates from the late Macquarie era, and is a scarce survival of a legal system increasingly reliant upon Australia. Here some 22 souls are listed for transportation, for various crimes including violent assault, housebreaking, larceny, and the like. This historical document gives keen insight into the desperation arising from acute poverty; we learn for example, of the fate of Fanny Glendall, aged 21, found guilty of the wilful murder of her baby and concealing the crime.

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        Vier Scenen der Vertheitigung [sic] des Mayerhofes Kis-Megyer in der Schlacht von Raab am 14ten Juni 1809, gegen Napoleons Kriegsheer nebst einer Relation nach Angabe des damaligen Com[m]andanten der 6ten Compagnie des 2ten Gratzer Landw. Batallions Joseph Franz Kaiser und gegenwärtig Inhaber einer lithographischen Anstalt in Gratz.

      Graz, Joseph Franz Kaiser, o. J. (um 1820).. Qu.-Fol. (ca. 32,5 x 40 cm). 4 lithogr. Tafeln, lose in lithogr. OUmschlag.. Erstausgabe dieser äußerst seltenen Folge von vier Darstellungen aus der Schlacht bei Raab am 14. Juni 1809. - Unterhalb der Schlachtenszenen jeweils eine mehrzeilige Beschreibung der Ereignisse sowie mit dem Vermerk "Nach genauer Angabe des J. Fr. Kaiser, von seinem Sohne Eduard lithographirt". - "Unter den Grazer Steindruckern geht Josef Franz Xaver Kaiser, der erste Flachdrucker außerhalb Wiens, voran. Er tat sich während der Franzosenkriege als Landwehroffizier hervor, übte dann das Buchbindergewerbe aus, betrieb aber seit 1817 auch eine lithographische Anstalt, die raschen Aufschwung nahm [...]. Kaisers Söhne Alexander und Eduard betätigten sich als Maler und Lithographen in Wien. Eduard wurde einer der gesuchtesten Porträtisten seiner Zeit neben Kriehuber [...]" (Durstmüller I, 358). - Für mich weder bibliographisch noch in Bibliotheken (u.a. über KVK weltweit) nachweisbar. - Umschlag mit Knickspuren u. kl. Randläsuren. Die Tafeln unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig u. tlw. m. Eckknicken. Verso kleine ältere Archivstempel. -

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        [K543]. Sinfonie von Mozart Oev.[!] 58. [Manuscript full score]

      [?Germany]. [?after 1820]. Oblong quarto. Early stiff blue wrappers with oval cut paper label to upper titled in manuscript: "Sÿmphonie in Es von W: A: Mozart. Partitur." [i] (title), [2]-[84] pp. Carefully notated in black ink on heavy paper with fifteen pre-ruled staves. Oval handstamp to foot of upper wrapper and title. In the hand of an unknown copyist, with a number of corrections, erasures, etc., left incomplete and later used as the basis of a re- orchestration. Original score order: "Viol[in] 1," "Viol[in] 2," "A. Viole" (blank), "Flauti 1" (blank), "Flauti 2" (blank), "Clarinett 1," "Clarinett 2" (both in B-flat), "Corno 1," "Corno 2" (both in E-flat), "Tromp[ette] 1" (blank), "Tromp[ette] 2" (blank), "Bassi" (2 staves), "Fagotti" (2 staves). Overpaste to bassoon parts, pp. [45]- [49]. Revisions in red ink in another hand: "A. Viole" struck through and replaced with "2 Oboes"; "Flauti 1" struck through and replaced with "Corni 3-4 in Es"; "Flauti 2" struck through and replaced with "3 Posaunen." Wrappers worn, stained and frayed with some loss to spine. Slightly soiled, foxed and browned; overpaste to pp. [45]-[49] moderately browned; small paper imperfection to pp. [49]-[50]; stain to p. [56]; dampstaining to inner margins of pp. [57]-[64]; red ink to final leaves slightly water damaged with some offsetting; handstamp to title illegible. . Interesting for its re-orchestration for the larger forces of a nineteenth-century orchestra. The idea of introducing a third and fourth horn as well as three trombones points to a time after 1820; the first canonical symphony to employ such forces was Beethoven's ninth (1823). It may be assumed that the parts crossed out - flutes (Mozart has only one) and violas - as well as the unrealized trumpet parts and the completely absent timpani part were supposed to be realized from a published edition, possibly that of Breitkopf & Härtel's of 1814.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        A Journal of Voyages and Travels in the Interiour of North America, Between the 47th and 58th Degrees of North Latitude, Extending from Montreal Nearly to the Pacific Ocean.

      Flagg and Gould, Andover 1820 - Period full calf over boards, title "Harmon's Journal" stamped in gilt onto red spine label, 8vo (8-1/8 inches tall) pp. [xxiv], 432, portrait frontispiece. Binding well worn and rubbed, top of joints starting, errata and folding map lacking (map provided in photocopy); p.o. name and date [1834] in ink and pencil erasure ffep, some pages noted with penciled page numbers at foot, leaf 39/40 with a piece missing at foot - not affecting text, first few pages are loosening and held by a thread, front and rear endpapers with one small hole each, damp stain and light soil within. Housed in a custom chemise and Morocco backed slipcase. A good copy of this famous and poorly made publication. Harmon's fame is due mostly to this excellent journal of the fur trade, kept for almost two decades. "This account was edited by Daniel Haskell, and some of it probably written by him under Harmon's dictation." Streeter, 3692. The Preface is signed [in print only] by Haskell. Ref. Howes, H205; Wagner-Camp 17; Sabin, 30404; Peel, 71. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le General La Fayette

      1820. Lithograph. Printed on india paper and mounted onto thick white wove as issued. In excellent condition. A striking portrait of General Lafayette with a plaque listing the major battles that he participated in. Lafayette's actions during the American Revolution earned him a place in America's pantheon of heroes. Joining the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, he became one of the first Frenchman to come to America's aid. Through his valiant commitment to the American cause Lafayette became a close associate of George Washington's, and he helped negotiate French aid for the Revolution. He was voted a major general at the age of 20 by the Continental Congress, and his actions at the battle of Yorktown helped corner the British forces, which led to their surrender in 1781. Returning to France, he played an important role in the French Revolution, though the chaos inherent in the situation nearly cost him his life. Ultimately though he was hero in his own country as well as in the New World. In 1824, as the United States approached its 50th anniversary, President Monroe invited General Lafayette to return to America. He enjoyed a hero's welcome and toured the 24 states in triumph. Lafayette had a great love for the United States, a sentiment which is best expressed in his eloquent words to Henry Laurens, the Congressional President; "The moment I heard of America I loved her; the moment I knew she was fighting for freedom I burnt with a desire of bleeding for her; and the moment I shall be able to serve her, at any time, or in any part of the world, will be the happiest of my life". Through his involvement in the American and French revolutions Lafayette became a symbol of the ideals of liberty and a crusader against tyranny. Lafayette's veneration for the United States was so strong that when he returned to France, he took with him a plot of American soil, within which he was buried. Lafayette came to America during this country's birth and his words embody the ideals and sentiments that helped form this country. In a letter to his wife in 1777, he wrote; "The happiness of America is intimately connected with the happiness of all mankind; she is destined to become the safe and venerable asylum of virtue, of honesty, of tolerance, and quality and of peaceful liberty."

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        Beschreibung der Vierundzwanzig Rheinansichten. welche die englische Uebersetzung nach dem Geheimenrath von Gerning s Rheinreise begleitete, nebst einer Karte.

      London. bei R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, 1820. - 1. Auflage, 24 handkolorierte Aquatinta-Tafeln von D.Havel u. T.Sutherland nach C.G. Schütz, mit 1 Karte, gestochen von W. Bartlett, 4°. 33,8 x 29,3 cm. unpaginiert, (29) Bll. Seiten, In gutem Zustand. die Einbanddecke lichtrandig und etwas fleckig, die Vorsätze angestaubt, die Abbildungen in den Rändern außerhalb der Darstellungen teils etwas braunfleckig, die noch vorhandenen 5 Seidenhemdchen braunfleckig, insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. die Karte nach C.F. Ulrich, koloriert, wunderschönes Ansichtenwerk, mit Ansichten von Mainz, Biebrich, Johannesberg, Bingen, Boppard, Braubach, Bacharach, Godesberg, Koblenz, Liebenstein, Hammerstein, Köln, der Loreley u.a. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Guida del forestiere per la città di Bologna e suoi sobborghi divisa in due parti

      Per Annesio Nobili,, Bologna, 1820 - Due volumi di cm. 18, pp. xxiv, 570 + (2) d'errata. Con 15 tavole f.t. incise in rame (alcune delle quali ripiegate, tra cui la grande pianta della città). Bross. orig. con titoli e decorazioni a stampa. Qualche segno d'uso esterno, ma copia molto genuina e marginosa (in barbe). Si tratta della non comune prima edizione di questa guida che fu più volte ristampata negli anni successive e che rappresenta una delle più complete compilazioni ottocentesche riguardante la città emiliana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Chez Ledoux et Tenré, Paris 1820 - RO40240980: 13 tomes d'env. 600 pages chacun. Papiers encollés sur les dos, les consolidant. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons de bibliothèque en pages de garde et de titre. Petites galeries de vers dans le tome XIII. Commençant à Constantin-le-Grand. Chronologies et Tables dans le tome XIII. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos satisfaisant. Rousseurs Classification Dewey : 930-Histoire générale du monde ancien jusqu'à 499 apr. J.-C. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        "Die Klause bei Markt Abbach". Blick auf die im Wald gelegene Klause mit der Kapelle.

      . Kolorierte Lithographie von Friedrich Leybold, um 1820, 22 x 31,5 cm.. Nicht bei Winkler und Lentner. - Seltene, nicht bei Winkler verzeichnete Inkunabel.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Organic Remains of a Former World. An Examination of the Mineralized Remains of the Vegetable and Animals of the Antediluvian World; Generally Termed Extraneous Fossils

      London: Sherwood, Neely, & Jones 1820; 1820; 1811, 1820. Three volume set. xii; 461; (iv)(index); (ii)(advert); xiv; (ii); 286; (vi)(index); (i)(advert); xv; (i); 455; (blank); (v)(index); 477-479; (i) pages. No half-titles. Complete with 54 hand tinted plates, some with additional letterpress description. Light spotting, offsetting of frontispieces on to title pages. Volume three slightly affected by damp. Later half calf marbled boards. Challinor, 20, " During the course of its (Organic Remains) publication a transformation had been taking place in the human view of the geological scene. This was due chiefly to the dissemination, orally and by correspondence, of the discoveries of William Smith, but also to independent researches, particularly those by John Farley. Parkinson's three volumes reflect this progress . the work is remarkable for Parkinson's grasp of the previous and contemporary literature of geology and palaeontology and his historical discussion of it. Many well known fossil species are excellently described for the first time, accompanied with beautiful tinted engraved plates of the species." Challinor Primary Literature, 55. Ward & Carozzi, 1735. Second Edition. Very Good. Book.

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        A Manual of Lithography or Memoir on the Lithographical Experiments made in Paris, at the Royal School of the Roads and Bridges; clearly explaining the whole Art, as well as all the Accidents that may happen in printing, and the different Methods of

      London: Printed for Rodwell and Martin. 1820. First Edition. Hardcover. Three quarter calf over boards, corners bumped/rubbed and some wear at spine ends, some marks on endpapers, text clean and bright but some offsetting from the two folding plates that illustrate some of the equipment used for lithography. Bound in at the rear are a number of blank leaves, the first two of which have manuscript notes on them in both ink and pencil, the pencil notes dated 1833. These appear to be notes on the creation of Transfer Ink with recipes and methods. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall, [iii] iv-xix [i] [1] 2-138 [2] pp .

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        IL CONTE DI CARMAGNOLA Tragedia.

      Milano, Tip. Vincenzo Ferrario, 1820. In-16 gr. (mm. 199x133), mz. pelle coeva, fregi e tit. oro al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 142 pp.num., 1 c.b. Introdotta da una lunga Prefazione e da notizie storiche, l?'opera è dedicata a Carlo Claudio Fauriel. Non comune "prima edizione" stampata da Vincenzo Ferrario. In questo esemplare, per segnalare l?'errore a p. 63, è stata incollata (sulla seconda pagina preliminare) una strisciolina di carta con la dicitura: ?"Pag. 63 lin. 1, leggasi: Del valor che si perde?" (invece di ?"che valor..?"). Cfr. Parenti ?"Rarità bibl. dell?'800?",I, p. 173-177 che segnala anche le diverse varianti per la correzione dell?'errore. Leggerm. smargin., altrimenti fresco esemplare su carta distinta, molto ben conservato.

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        RICCIARDA Tragedia.

      Londra, John Murray, 1820. In-8 p. (mm. 217x135), con la rarissima bross. orig. (brutti restauri), pp. (6),96; manca l?'ultima c.b. Contraffazione torinese, non comune, dell'edizione originale di Londra. Cfr. Raccolta Acchiappati,98: "E' questa la terza ed ultima contraffazione di un'ediz. originale di Foscolo.. Usci' a Torino dai torchi della vedova Pomba e Figli nel mese di giugno 1820 e rappresenta una perfetta imitazione della londinese.. E' nondimeno facilmente identificabile.. a cominciare dal numero delle pagine (96) rispetto all'originale (102)" - Ottolini,285 - Calzavara Mazzolà,46, p. 43. Esemplare marginoso con barbe, ben conservato.

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        Swiss Scenery

      London: Rodwell & Martin, 1820. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Major Cockburn. Book. VG to Fine. London, Rodwell & Martin, 1820, First edition, only edition., 1820. 4to [27.5 x 19 cm]; vii, 200 pp, 60 engraved plates including pictorial title page with vignette, complete according to list of plates. Full contemporary leather morocco with heavily decorated gilding on spine. Fine interior, extremely clean, with usual offsetting of plates. Binding is VG - , with some shelfwear, rubbing along spine edges, with greater wear in upper 1/4 to 1/2 inch, corners of boards, and light soilage to boards. Very tight binding, and decorative gilding on spine, which is quite ornate, is bright. Attractive plates of Geneva, Mont Blanc, castles glacier, Vevay, Lausanne, Fribourg, Bern, Thun, chateaux, villages, Lautebrunen, Interlochen, lakes, Sarnen, Lucerne, the Rhine, Lugano, with many views of the mountains. Perret 1042: 'Rare et très recherché'. Cockburn is believed to have been the first to use a camera lucida in making his drawings of the Alps. Photos of book available on request

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        Shakspeares verk, utgifna af Georg Scheutz. I-(II).

      1820 - Stockholm, G. Scheutz, 1820-25. 8:o. (12),155,IV,(1),1-180,1-201,(1 blank),1-180 + 179,(1 blank),1-246,1-158,(2 blank) pp. Two volumes in almost contemporary half calf with blind-tooled and sparsely gilt spines. Green sprinkled edges. Spines a little faded. A note on back pastedown in the second volume with the message that the books were purchased in April 1858 by Artur Hazelius. "The works of Shakespeare, published by Georg Scheutz". Klemming Sveriges dramatiska litteratur pp. 216, 232, 233 and 230. All published of this collection. Starts with a list of subscribers. Contains "The Merchant of Venice" translated by Georg Scheutz, "The Merry Wives of Windsor", "As You Like It", "Twelfth Night or What You Will", "Antonius and Cleopatra" and "King Richard the Second" translated by Johan Henrik Thomander. The first Swedish translations of these titles. Artur Hazelius (1833-1901) was a teacher, folklorist and founder of both the Nordic Museum and the open-air museum Skansen in Stockholm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The monastery : A romance / By the author of 'Waverley' - [Complete in 3 volumes]

      Edinburgh : printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London; and for Archibald Constable and Co., and John Ballantyne, Bookseller to the King, Edinburgh, 1820, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionProvenance; bookplate of Lieut. Gen. Sir John Hope. Very good copies all in the original half calf over plain boards. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with ruled cross bands and the title and volume indicators blocked direct in gilt; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical desc.: 3 v. ([4], [1], 2-58, [1], 60-76, [3], 80-331, [1] p.; [4], 333, [3] p.; [4], 351, [1] p.) ; 12°. Notes: Signatures: V. 1: pi² A-N¹² O6 P4; v. 2: pi² A-O¹²; v. 3: pi² A-O¹² P6 Q². "In three volumes"--t.p. The final page of vols. 1 & 3 and the last 3 pages of vol. 2 are blank. In volume 1, pages [1]-58 contain the 'Introductory Epistle' signed by 'Cuthbert Clutterbuck'; pages [59]-76 the 'Answer' by 'the author of Waverly'. Page [77] is the fly-title, and pages [79]-331 the text. In some copies (such as this) of vol. 1, page 226, last line, the word "attention" is altered to "attentoin" these two states appear in both the first and second editions. In some copies (such as this) of vol. 1, page 263 is misnumbered 268. --cf. Todd and Bowden. In vol. 2, chapter numbers on pages 26 and 63 both read 'II', and those for 89 and 123 read 'III' all subsequent chapter numbers are short by two. The only Scott publication where John Ballantyne used "bookseller to the King" in the title imprint, cf. Todd and Bowden. Colophon: Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne & Co. ('and Co.' in vols. 2-3.). Subject: Scotland - History - 16th century - Fiction. Referenced by: Worthington, 9. Todd and Bowden, 144Aa.

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        Carta particular del gobernador de Santa fe al señor gobernador y capitan general de esta provincia. Señor Don Martin Rodriguez. Rosario y Noviembre 10 de 1820. Paisano y amigo de mi aprecio. A noche he llegado à este destino acompañado .

      Imprenta de Los Expòsitos, Buenos Ayres 1820 - 1 pp. 4to. Broadside. A remarkable document issued at a particularly critical moment in Argentine history, this letter concerns the formation of a federal government in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fé, and Entre Ríos by the selection of representatives from each. Lopez announces that his representatives have been elected and calls for peace: "Let bloodshed and our disputes stop and let us have a stable reconciliation so that we can leave behind this state of anarchy." López (1786-1839), Caudillo of Santa Fe from 1818 to 1838, was a supporter of Rosas and favored federalism. Martin Rodríguez was a major political leader. After Dorrego's defeat in 1820, he became Governor of Buenos Aires. and arranged the Bernegas Treaty (1820) that established a truce between the Mespotamian Provinces and Buenos Aires. Provenance: Antonio Santamarina (blind stamp).Scarce. OCLC shows a single copy: JCB. Zinny: Bibliografía histórica p. 396, No. 248. Not in Fors. A very good copy, small blind stamp in lower margin, light foxing to fore edge. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        SMITH'S CLASSICAL ATLAS Containing Distinct Maps of the Countries Described in Ancient History, Both Sacred and Profane.

      Printed for C. Smith, Mapseller Extraordinary to His Majestry., London: 1820 - Engraved title page. 22 regions, depicted on 14 hand-colored maps, of which 9 are double page. Regions displayed include: The entire area of Europe, Asia & Africa; Britannia; Gallia; Hispania; Germania; Italia; Macedonia et Thracia: Graeciae; Asia Minor; Regiones inter Euphraten et Indum; Palaestina; Africa & ®gyuptus. OCLC shows 4 holdings, of which 2 are in the US. General binding wear. Ffep creased. Maps clean. A VG copy. Period brown half-sheep binding with marbled paper boards. Folio. 16" x 12-5/8". 2nd Edition, 1st published in 1809. Unpaginated. Printed index page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The New Musical and Vocal Cabinet Comprising a Selection of the most Favorite English Scotch & Irish Melodies, Arranged for the Voice, Violin, Flute etc. As Sung at the Theatre, 2 volumes.

      Thomas Kelly, 1820, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition2 leather bound volumes with gilt decoration around edges and black spine labels, frontis portrait of John Braham, the Jewish tenor opera singer and minor composer in Volume I and title-vignettes in both volumes, both volumes have 308 pages, there are two distinct music print face which is found on different gathers, one with larger treble clefs and "modern" sharp notation and the other with smaller treble clefs and the earlier sharp notation. Alphabetical contents sheets at the front of each volume. Front cover of volume 1 is detached along with attached front end-paper and rear end-papers in volume I are missing, otherwise the binding is sound, there are crossed out previous owner's names 2-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Inventory No: 13112050074.

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        The Retrospective Review, Volumes 1-14 & Volumes 1 & 2 New Series (complete)

      London: Charles & Henry Baldwin later volumes Baldwin Cradock & Joy -1828 1820 - 16 volumes, engraved titles. 8vo, contemporary half tan calf , spines floral gilt and with black lettering and numbering pieces; a little rubbed, a few headbands slightly chipped, lower joint of vol. 16 cracked, attractive on the shelf however. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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        Bewaldete Hügel und großer Felsen an einem Flußufer, links im Hintergrund Burgruine, ganz links zwei Fischer.

      . Tusch-Pinselzeichnung in Braun, um 1820, 11 x 17,5 cm.. Vgl. Aust.-Katalog der Staatlichen Graphischen Sammlung. München 2005 "Franz Kobell (1749 - 1822). Ein Zeichner zwischen Idylle und Realismus", Abb. S. 17 "Scizzen nach der Natur bey München" (aus einem Album). - Eine charakteristische Tusch-Pinselzeichnung des produktiven Künstlers, alt auf blaues Papier montiert.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        La Bataille de Jena, Ou la Mort du Duc de Brunswick.

      . Kupferstich v. Wolff n. Vernet, um 1820, 46 x 66. Mitten im Getümmel der Schlacht leigt der sterbende Herzog von Braunschweig an einem Baumstamm. Rechts - zu Pferde - zahlreiche Generäle.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The Works

      Liverpool, G. Walker, et al. / Manchester, E. Thomson / Hull, J. Noble / Berwick, J. Wilson / Edinburgh, W. White & Co. / Glasgow, R Griffin & Co.,, 1820. To Which is Prefixed an Essay on His Life and Genius, by Arthur Murphy. 12 volumes, octavo. Finely bound in contemporary full blue straight grained morocco, extra gilt decoration to spine, gilt rules and elaborate tooled decoration to boards, all edges gilt. With portrait frontispieces. Slight rubbing, a very handsome set in fine contemporary binding. New edition.

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        The Horticultural Repository, George Brookshaw, 1823

      Brookshaw, George: The Horticultural Repository, containing delineations of the best varieties of the different species of English fruits: to which are also added, delineations of the blossoms and leaves, in those instances in which they are considered necessary; together with a description of each fruit in the time of ripening and a variety of other observations essential to the successful production of the best kinds. Sherwood, Jones, & Co., London. [1820]-23. First and only edition. Two octavo volumes, size approx 165mm x 250mm. Contemporary half morocco on marbled boards, 4 raised bands, gilt titles and decoration to spine, darkened. covers distressed at corners. Vol 1. half title, title page. Preface v-vii, Contents,[3] Plates 1-50, pp. 1- 96. Vol 2. half title, title page Plates 51-104, pp 97-199 Finis. 104 fine hand coloured plates, 7 of which folding, 6 of which numbered as 2 plates, as usual for this item. All plates are clean and bright, with some trimming of titles, images not affected. All text papers clean with strong impressions. A rare, complete item in very good condition.

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        (Conversations-Lexikon). In zehn Bänden. Fünfte Original-Ausgabe. Mit 2 Ergänzungsbänden in 4 Bänden.

      Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1820-26.. Grüne marmorierte Halblederbände mit aufwendiger Rückenvergoldung.. Stellenweise etwas gebräunt und gering fleckig, alle Bände mit Stempel auf dem Vorsatz. Sehr schönes Exemplar.

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        GAZETTE DE FRANCE. Quotidien paraissant à Paris. Du 1e janvier 1820 à septembre 1830, relié en 18 volumes. Manque juillet-décembre 1821, janvier-juin 1826, juillet-décembre 1829.

      1820-1830, Paris, 1820 - cartonnage papier peint de l?époque. Le journal comporte 2 feuilles par numéro.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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      J. P. AILLAU 1820 - RO30109165: 501+452 pages. Tome premier : Charnières fendues, Manques coiffes. Tome second : Charnières fendues, coiffes abîmées, couverture défraichie. Traduits de l'Anglais par M. F. S. Constancio In-8 Broché. Etat passable. Couv. défraîchie. Dos abîmé. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 330-Economie [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      . Aquatinta v. Nilson n. Follenweider b. Herder in Freiburg, um 1820, 20,7 x 28. Schefold, Nr. 23927; Schefold, Zyklen, S. 796

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        Gesamtans., "Ansicht von Badenweiler".

      . Aquatinta ( in Sepia ) n. u. v. Follenweider ( Druck H. Schweizer ) b. Herder in Freiburg, um 1820, 21 x 28,8. Schefold, Nr. 21176; Schefold, Zyklen, S. 796.

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      CHEZ TONNET 1820 - RO30077729: 476 + 486 + 462 pages. Manque les 96 premières pages du tome 1. Manque sur le dos. Cahiers se détachent. In-12 Broché. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 908.447-Régionalisme : Aquitaine [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Observations on a general iron rail-way. Shewing its great superiority over all the present methods of conveyance, and claiming the particular attention of all merchants, manufacturers, farmers, and, indeed, every class of society

      London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1820. First Edition. Quarter calf. Very good. First Edition. Quarter calf. 8vo (215 × 140 mm), pp. 22, [2, blanks]; library stamp of Eccles Hotel, Bantry Bay, to title-page; ownership label of Michael Max to front free endpaper (no. 06002, shelf 092); very good in modern quarter calf over marbled boards. Very rare first edition of Gray's influential work promoting the railway as a medium of transport.Thomas Gray (1788-1848) was one of the first great railway enthusiasts and promoters. 'Whilst he advocated a national railway network he was particularly taken with the idea of railway communication between Liverpool and Manchester ... He was undoubtedly single-minded and opinionated on the subject of railways but his activities surely pushed forward the case for a countrywide railway system and for the inception of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway in particular. He died in poverty in 1848 despite several appeals made to railway companies to help him financially.' (Dawn Smith, The biographical dictionary of Britain's railway personalities, organisations and events 1597-1923, Glebe Publications, Peterlee, Co. Durham, 2007, p. 317).The first edition (offers here) was the first of five editions, only the last of which named Gray as the author. Each edition grew greatly in size, so while this first edition is only 22 pages long, the fifth edition stretched to 233 pages.Ottley 256, 4286, 7756; Skempton 579; Skempton records a copy at the Institution of Civil Engineers.

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        Le Tableau de la Vie. Année 1820.

      Paris [?Marcilly], 1820 - Engraved throughout with text and images. A delightful miniature almanac, which is preceded by several popular songs ('Aux Dames', 'le Portraits', 'le Banquet','la Barque à Caron' etc.) Though without imprint, this is characteristic of the popular miniatures produced by Marcilly. 64mo (20 × 15 mm), pp. 64, engraved throughout and with 8 full-page illustrations. Pagination trimmed at upper forecorner. Contemporary red morocco, gilt, upper and lower cover with a floral motif within borders. Spine very slightly rubbed, lower forecorner with minute loss. [Worldcat lists a slightly larger miniature of this title/date, with the imprint of Mozard (Yale only). Grand-Carteret 1908 (citing a copy in the collection of Georges Salomons); not in Spielmann.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Don Juan

      Thomas Davidson, 3000, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketFour Volumes of this epic in similar original bindings - blue boards with a cream tape spine strip. Not complete. Volume 1 comprises Cantos I and II - printed in 1820 by Thomas Davidson. The next volume comprises Cantos VI to VIII - printed for John Hunt in 1823. The next volume comprises Cantos XII to XIV and was also printed for John Hunt in 1823. The final volume we hold comprises Cantos XII to XV and XVI - printed for John and H. L. Hunt in 1824. Condition of all four volumes is similar. Boards are marked, bumped and rubbed. Except in the case of volume IV, spine strips are extensively lost, and the latter is well worn. Some foxing, particularly to end papers. Page foredges uncut. Consideration will be given to a requirement to split this set. Note that this is the middle sized (small 8vo) of the three formats that were printed at this time by these printers, and is scarce. The first volume is likely to be a 2nd printing, but the others are firsts. Size: 8vo - over 7? - 9?" tall. Item Type: Book. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: 003350.

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        Om Bl?sr?rets Anv?ndande i Kemien och Mineralogien.

      Nordstrom, 1820, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Text is in Swedish. Small number written lightly on front endpage. Text otherwise unmarked. Light discoloration to cloth on spine. Pages aged with light foxing. Rebound to hardcover. Boards lightly bumped and shelf worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Fold out chart in back. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 119205.

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        Extraits de l'Examen Critique du Militaire Française,

      Ã‰cole de Saumur, , 1820. suivi des Principes qui doivent déterminer sa Constitution, sa Discipline et son Instruction. 3 volumes in 2, octavo (183 × 115 mm). Contemporary full calf , flat spines, red morocco title- and numbering-pieces, compartments gilt alternately with repeated quatrefoil tools and a large vase device, boards panelled with a vine leaf roll with in a plain rule and hatched roll. 15 well-executed, full-page pen and ink drawings. Slightly worn, now skilfully restored, boards somewhat scratched and a gilt supralibros removed, light browning, occasional foxing, else very good, remains attractive. Neatly written and clearly legible manuscript copy of Bohan's important and uncommon work. Originally published in Geneva 1781, "The third volume, including some extracts of the other two was reprinted Paris 1821 under the title of 'Principes pour monter et dresser les chevaux de guerre.'" (Huth) The revision was carried out by the astronomer Joseph-Jérôme de la Lande, a friend of Bohan's. It is possible that this manuscript relates to this later revision, produced at l'École d'Instruction des Troupes à Cheval at Saumur it similarly reproduces sections of Volume I and II together with the entirety of Volume III. The signature appended to the title pages has in most cases been deliberately defaced, but that of Vol. III reads "Bussière, M. d. E., chef," perhaps Maître d'Equitation? The substantial third volume is entirely concerned with the selection, training and management of horses, particularly in the military context. A handsome manuscript copy of an uncommon text.

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        "Der Holzäpfeltanz". Figurenreiche Szenerie.

      . Aquatinta in Braun von Chr. Meichelt nach H. Vollmar, Herder, Freiburg, um 1820, 21 x 28 cm.. Aus der von Aloys Schreiber herausgegebenen Folge "Teutschlands National-Trachten, Volksfeste und Charakteristischen Beschäftigungen. Das Großherzogthum Baden".

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Swiss Scenery

      London : Rodwell & Martin 1820 - 4to. engraved title vignette, vii, 200 p., 60 pl : ill. ; 30 cm. Bound in contemporary 3/4 red Moroccan leather. Gilt lettering to spine. Marbled boards. 5 raised bands. TEG. Marbled endpages. Good binding and cover. Wear to extremities. Slight soiling to spine. Small start to boards at head of spine. Clean, unmarked pages. Scattered foxing. Pg135 slightly loose. Toning to verso of some plates. BRYAN, Vol.I, p.308; Perret II/1042; Wäber BSL III/58. James Pattison Cockburn was an artist, author and military officer. After the Napoleonic Wars were over, Cockburn went to stay on the Continent more frequently, working for William Bernard Cooke, an English engraver and publisher. After a tour in Naples and Pompeii, he proceeded north to Northern Italy and the Swiss Alps in the period 1816?22. He produced drawings in sepia as he moved from place to place in the Alps and elsewhere in Italy and Switzerland: vast panoramas and mountain passes figured alongside scenes of streets and market places. The wealth of pictures is explained not only by Cockburn?s mastery of technical means but also, according to the German composer, Louis Spohr, by his use of ?a machine that projected the landscape, in reduced scale, on paper.? Although it is not certain that Spohr was referring to a camera lucida, the sharpness of the images in several sketches done at the time he made his remark in some measure substantiates this hypothesis, if true, it marks the first work of art using the camera lucida. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Grundzüge der wissenschaftlichen Pflanzenkunde. Zu Vorlesungen.

      Leipzig, Carl Cnobloch, 1820. 8vo. pp. viii, 611, with 8 folding engraved plates. Contemporary half calf. Stafleu & Cowan 992. First edition. The first three parts (Nomenclature, Theory of Classification, Descriptive Botany) are extracted from De Candolle's 'Théorie élémentaire de la Botanique'. The remaining part is by Sprengel, by whom the whole was edited in German. The translation did not meet with Candolle's approval: 'M. Sprengel, qui unissant dans l'ouvrage ses idée aux miennes, et dans le titre son nom au mien, en fit un livre vraiment absurde'.

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