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        One of only two known extant autographs by gunsmith Henry Deringer in private hands

      "Partly-printed Document Signed ""Henry Deringer"" and again, ""Henry Deringer"" on verso, 1 page on parchment, 22"" x 16.5"", Philadelphia, January 4, 1820. An indenture between Edward Ingersoll and Henry Deringer for a plot of land in the Northern Liberties of Philadelphia. Expected folds, light soiling and marginal wear, else fine condition. Boldly identified in manuscript in the indenture with a common misspelling of his name (in Philadelphia City directories he appears as both ""Deringer"" and ""Derringer"" depending on the edition), the noted gunsmith rents from Ingersoll, ""...a lot or piece of ground on the East side of Front Street as lately laid out by order of Court and to the Southward of Oxford Street in the Northern Liberties, of the City of Philadelphia..."" for the sum of $50 per year. Deringer rented the property for four years. On the verso, Deringer signs the document again (together with his wife Eliza Deringer) releasing the property back to "

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        The Gloucestershire Directory, Containing the Names & Residences of Professional Gentlemen, Merchants, Manufacturers, and Tradesmen in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cirencester, Tewkesbury... with a brief History of the City of Gloucester

      Gloucester: Printed by J. Roberts 1820. . 12mo, viii, (13)-228 pp. Folding map with some minor wear. Recently rebound in half calf, marbled sides, maroon spine label.

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        Miscellaneous poems

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co., and Hurst, Robinson, & Co. (pr. by James Ballantyne), 1820.

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        Untersuchungen über einige Hauptcapitel der gerichtlichen Arznei-Wissenschaft durch beigefügte Gutachten der Leipziger medicinischen Facultät erläutert. Aus dem Lateinischen übersetzt und herausgegeben von Carl Ernst Hedrich

      Leipzig, Kummer 1820. 21 cm. 24, 494, (2) Seiten Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung - Hirsch / Hübotter IV, 628 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe seiner "Quaestiones medicinae forensis". Platner (1744 - 1818) "leistete Ausgezeichnetes auf dem Gebiete der Philosophie sowohl, als auf dem Gebiete der Medizin, und zwar besonders in den Fächern der Anthropologie, Physiologie, gerichtlichen Medizin, Staatsarzneikunde und Psychologie" (Hirsch). Vereinzelt Stockflecken -

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        RACCOLTA DELLE più interessanti vedute della città di Pisa.

      S.d. (1820 ca.), S.l.n.d. - album in-4 obl. Con 16 tavv. all' acquatinta raff. vedute di Pisa: torre, battistero, piazze, vedute del lung' Arno, ponti, arsenale etc. Le tavv. sono incise da A. Coppiardi. [265]

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        Die Krystallisation in geometrischer und physikalicher Hinsicht. Übersetzt aud dem Französischen von G. Herm. Kerstens. mit einer Vorrede vom Geheimrath von Leonard.

      Heidelberg, Mohr und Winter, 1820. 8vo (194 x 120 mm). pp. xx, 200, (1), with 16 lithographed plates. Contemporary marbled boards. First German edition. The original French edition appeared 1819. Brochant de Villiers (1772-1840) was a student of Werner from 1791 to 1793. 'Brochant warmly supported Haüy's theories of crystal structure, although his writing also aided in diffusion in France of A.G. Werner's mineral classification and nomenclature, as well as the early crystallographic ideas of C.S. Weiss' (DSB).//Hlawatsch, Bibliothekskatalog der mineralogisch-petrographischen Abteilung des K.K. Naturhistorischen Hofmuseum p. 38.

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        Autograph Manuscript on Oersted's discovery of electro-magnetism

      Geneva, 1820. <p>[La Rive, Gaspard de (1770-1834)] Electro-Magnetisme-titre general pour les l[ivres] nouveaux. Umrisse zu den &c. [Review of Umrisse zu den physischen verhaltnissen des von Herrn Professor Oersted entdeckten elektro-chemischen Magnetismus (1821), by Paul Erman (1764-1851)] Incomplete autograph manuscript draft, consisting of the title, the first two paragraphs and a good portion of the third. 2 pp. 277 x 190 mm. Written chiefly on the left column of a sheet folded into two columns, allowing for revisions. Creased where previously folded, small dampstain in lower corner, one upper corner a little chipped, but otherwise very good.</p><p>An intriguing autograph manuscript review of Paul Erman&#39;s Umrisse zu den physischen verhaltnissen des von Herrn Professor Oersted entdeckten elektro-chemischen Magnetismus (1821), reflecting the extraordinary ferment in physical science aroused by the recent discoveries of Oersted, Ampère, Arago and others re the relationship of electricity and magnetism. The review was written for the Bibliothèque Universelle, Geneva&#39;s foremost scientific and literary review, by Gaspard de la Rive, an editor of this journal and himself a physicist and experimenter in electrical science whose work is summarized in the D.S.B.; he is best known for his defense and helpful criticism of Ampère&#39;s theory of magnetism. The present review focuses on the work of Paul Erman, professor of physics at the University of Berlin and perpetual secretary of Berlin&#39;s Royal Academy. The review is certainly closely connected with Ampère&#39;s work, and, according to Ampère&#39;s most recent biographer, James R. Hofmann, the account of Erman&#39;s experiments contained in it influenced Ampère&#39;s investigations of induction in July 1821, in which he very nearly anticipated Faraday&#39;s landmark discovery of electromagnetic induction a decade later. The third paragraph of La Rive&#39;s work may be translated as follows: The apparatus used in M. Erman&#39;s experiments is very ingenious; it bears some resemblance to that which we described [in] Bib. Univ. vol. 16 s. 119. It is the same principle of action, whose effects the author renders more obvious by suspending the entire apparatus from a wire, in such a way that one can make it move by presenting magnets on either its right or its left side; one thus observes the rotation movements printed on a voltaic [carde?] by one or the other pole of a bar magnet. He makes use of a silver or copper crucible, in which he places a small amount of zinc, isolated by means of a watch-glass; the chain between the zinc and copper is formed by a band of zinc. . . . The first sentence in the above paragraph refers to La Rive&#39;s own "flotteur électrique," a simple device demonstrating the action of a magnet on a simple current loop, which was first described in La Rive&#39;s "Notices sur quelques expériences électro-magnétiques" published in Vol. 16 of the Bibliothèque Universelle (1821). Hofmann, in his account of Ampère&#39;s July 1821 induction experiments, notes the influence of both Erman and La Rive on Ampère&#39;s work:</p><p>An interesting experiment by Paul Erman caught Ampère&#39;s eye when it was reported in the Bibliothèque Universelle early in 1821 [i.e. most probably in the published review of which we are offering the manuscript draft]. . . . Erman had used a bar magnet detector in his own experiment; Ampère would use bar magnets in 1821. . . . Similarly, in March, 1821, Gaspard de La Rive had used a bar magnet to demonstrate attractions and repulsions of a vertical current loop. Consequently, by early in 1821 Ampère was thoroughly familiar with apparatus in which steady currents in vertical current loops were rotated using magnets (Hofmann, André-Marie Ampère, [1995] pp. 284-85).</p><p>Earlier in his review La Rive notes that Erman wrote his work after Oersted&#39;s discovery of electromagnetism (spring 1820), but before learning of the researches of Ampère and Arago that began the following September. He refers to Ampère&#39;s discovery of the relationship of current-flow to magnetism (1820) as "le fait nouveau et singulier decouvert par M. Ampère, . . . [qui] fournit en supposent dans l&#39;aguille magnetique des courrans de meme nature, une explication claire simple et satisfaisant de la plupart des phenomenes electro-magnetiques" [the new and singular fact discovered by M. Ampère, . . . [which], supposing that the currents in a magnetic needle are of the same nature, provides a clear, simple and satisfying explanation of most electromagnetic phenomena]. </p><p>Study of the bibliography of Ampère&#39;s writings published by Hofmann confirms that in 1821 Ampère published 8 papers, of which no less than 5 appeared in La Rive&#39;s Bibliothèque Universelle des Sciences, Belles-lettres et Arts. One of these was entitled "Lettre de M. Ampère à M. Erman . . . ." Another paper published slightly later in the year was entitled "Extrait d&#39;une lettre de Mr. Ampère au Prof. De La Rive". This manuscript fragment, representing certainly a major portion of La Rive&#39;s review, was preserved in a Victorian album of 120 autographs by scientists and explorers we recently acquired. It was the first document preserved in the album, and was misidentified by the member of the Paget family who put the album together. Why this particular leaf was preserved without its conclusion will remain a mystery. A complete transcription and translation of the document is attached. </p>

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        The history of Hindostan, its arts, and its sciences, as connected with the history of the other great empires of Asia, during the most ancient periods of the world. 2nd edition.

      - London, printed by W. Bulmer and W. Nicol, 1820.3 volumes in 2. 4to. Contemporary half calf, spines gilt (hinges sl. dam.). With 16 engraved plates (2 folding). 522; 303,337 pp.* First edition London 1795. - Thomas Maurice (1754-1824) published numerous works on the religion of India. After he had completed his extensive 'Indian Antiquities' he traced Indian history back to its classical origins. Volume I mainly gives ancient astronomical details from the Hindoo, Hebraic, Phoenician, Egyptian and Greek systems, covering the period between the creation and the flood. Volume II contains the Sanskrit and classical history of India. The imaginative curious plates are showing the Indian Deitees (incarnations of Veeshnu, Creeshna etc.) but also the ancient zodiac from Egypt, oriental zodiac, the 28 Hindoo lunar mansions. The plates are mainly facsimiles of the mythological designs and as Maurice says in his advertisement 'Absurd as some of them may appear to an European eye, it appeared still more absurd attempt to make any alterations in them'. - (Some staining). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Kaire. Vue de la Ville des Tombeaux, Prise de la Citadelle. (Le Caire)

      Paris 1820 - Fine panoramic view of Cairo. Published in the important and comprehensive work on Egypt commissioned by Napoleon: "Description de l?Egypte ou recueil des observations et des recherches qui ont ete faites en Egypte pendant l?expedition de l?armee Francaise, Image Size : 390x580 (mm), 15.375x22.875 (Inches), Platemark Size : 460x610 (mm), 18.125x24 (Inches), Paper Size : 515x685 (mm), 20.25x27 (Inches), Hand Colored, Copper Engraving

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        Plantae Succulentae Horti Dyckensis. 1820.

      (privately printed, Schloss Dyck, 1820). 12mo (155 x 105mm). pp. 42. Paper spine. Unrecorded catalogue. 624 species are listed, along with citations of the taxonomic authorities (Haworth, the author's 'Hortus Dyckensis', etc.). The earliest edition recorded by Stafleu and Cowan is 1829.

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        Abbildung auserlesener Gewächse des Königlichen Botanischen Gartens zu Berlin nebst Beschreibungen und Anleitung Sie zu ziehen/ Icones Plantarum selectarum Horti Regii Botanici Berlinensis cum descriptionibus et colendi ratione.

      Berlin, (Reimer), 1820-1822. Parts I-V (of X). 4to. pp. 68, with 30 handcoloured engraved plates. Original printed wrappers. Stafleu & Cowan 4694. Without the last 5 parts. "The example set by Carl Ludwig Willdenow in publishing coloured plates, with descriptions, of new or little-known plants grown at the Berlin Botanic Garden was followed by his successor Heinrich Friedrich Link (1767-1851), with the help of C. Friedrich Otto (1783-1856), the curator of the garden". (Stearn. Journ. Soc. Bibl. Nat. Hist I,4 pp. 105-107). Three works were published with very similar titles which can be confused easily. The text was written in Latin and German. Most of the excellent plates are by F. Guimpel. Part 3 in a smaller format.

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        I più celebri quadri delle diverse Scuole Italiane riuniti nell'appartamento Borgia del Vaticano.

      De Romanis,, Roma, 1820 - In folio. Carte (6) e 41 tavole a piena pagina incise in rame dal Craffonara, ognuna accompagnata da una pagina di testo con la scheda dell&#146;opera. Leg. originale cartonata, dorso con carta marmorizzata. Ottimo esemplare, in barbe. Giuseppe Antonio Guattani (1748 - 1830), archeologo ed erudito fu Segretario perpetuo della Pontificia accademia di archeologia e dell'Accademia di S. Luca, prof. di storia e mitologia, assessore delle Romane antichità, antiquario di Augusto III di Polonia. La sua conoscenza con Giovanni Piranesi (1720-1778) ed Ennio Quirino Visconti lo spinse allo studio dell&#146;arte antica. Collaborò con F. A. Visconti e A. Nibby ai 3 volumi del Museo Chiaramonti, scrisse 4 volumi di memorie enciclopediche sulle belle arti e antichità (1806-08) e 2 volumi con la descrizione della galleria dei quadri del principe di Canino (1822-28), opera rimasta incompiuta come quella sui Monumenti sabini (3 voll., 1827-30). Cfr.: Clio, v. 3, p. 2302; Graesse III, 169; Brunet II, 1780. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ALMANACH du Commerce de Paris, des départemens de la France, et des principales villes du monde, de J. de La Tynna ; continué et mis dans un meilleur ordre par S. Bottin.

      Paris, au Bureau de l'Almanach du Commerce 1820 - fort in-8, 1260 pp., basane brune, dos lisse orné de guirlandes dorées (reliure de l'époque). Dos usé, épidermures, mors supérieur abimé.

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        Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London

      24 - London - W. Bulmer and W. Nicol 1820 - A record of the meetings and discussions held by the Horticultural Society of London between 1820 and 1824. Five volumes of seven. Volumes I to IV are editions third, third, second, first and first respectively. The coloured plates are all missing, but the black and white plates remain. Volume I was published in 1820, sixteen years after the founding of the Horticultural Society of London. The society gained its present name, the Royal Horticultural Society, in a Royal Charter granted in 1861. With an engraved title page to every volume and essays by horticulturalists including Thomas Andrew Knight, Sir Joseph Banks, and John Lindley. Of 102 plates listed in the table of contents, 52 are present, all of which are black and white. There are alsoa small number of in-text illustrations. With three folding plates: plate 2 in volume I, plate 22 in volume II and plate 18 in volume IV. Condition: In half calf bindings with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, rather rubbed and worn. Five joints are cracked and two backstrips are lifting. Internally, bindings loosening in places. Many pages are starting and some are detached but present. Some pages are unopened. Occasional small closed tears to pages. Bright with occasional handling marks and spotting. The only plates presentare as follows:volume I:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 and14. Volume II: 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 15, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29 and 30. Volume III: 5, 7 and 13. Volume IV: 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 22. Volume V: 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16, 19 and 20. Overall: FAIR [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Thoughts on Hunting in a Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend

      London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, [1820] - With double fore-edges of two hunting scenes, one of three horsemen hunting with falcons, the other with hunters taking a fence after the dogs (FORE-EDGE) 8vo. Engraved frontispiece, title-page with wood-engraved border, folding engraved plate of a dog kennel, woodcut head and tail- pieces. xii, 321, [1] pp. Bound in full contemporary straight grained crimson morocco, gilt spine tooling, t.e.g. Fine. Provenance: Countess Doheny Sale February 21, 1989, lot 1910. Gee, Sportsman's Library, p. 8 ("The corner-stone of a huntsman's library") [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE YOUNG SPORTSMAN&#39;S INSTRUCTOR

      London: Apollo Press, 1820. n. Hardcover. A Miniature Sporting Book in Appropriately Decorated Morocco. 83 x 57 mm (3 1/4 x 2 1/4"). 3 p.l., 136 pp., [1] leaf (blank before title excised, perhaps to remove previous ownership mark). EXQUISITE CONTEMPORARY DARK GREEN MOROCCO, ELABORATELY GILT, BY THOMAS GOSDEN, covers intricately gilt in a Grolieresque design of thick and thin fillets, interlinking strapwork, leafy flourishes, and acorn tools, all of these forming a frame enclosing a central oval with a gilt hunting horn, flat spine tooled with gilt vine forming eight rounded compartments, six with sporting equipment or an animal at center, one with the initials "G M," and one with the date "1820," turn-ins with gilt Greek key roll, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. In an excellent later custom-made green morocco-backed clamshell box by Aquarius of London. With woodcut frontispiece showing an angler. Bondy, p. 26-27; Spielman 356A. Perhaps a breath of wear to leather, the leaves a shade less than bright and with mild offsetting, last two gatherings with slight vertical crease, but still A VERY DESIRABLE EXAMPLE, the text and the beautiful binding both clean, fresh, and generally well preserved. This delightful little book of practical advice on "Angling, Fowling, Hunting, Ordering Singing Birds, Poultry, Conies, Hares, and Dogs" comes in an apposite binding by Thomas Gosden (1780-1843), himself a sportsman. The hunting horn and the tools on the spine are identifiable as belonging to Gosden, whose work often appeared on books about angling or field sports. In addition to advice on appropriate baits for each season and methods for snaring birds and small mammals, our intriguing author includes anecdotes such as the tale of an angler who, while burying a human skull he had fished out of the water, discovered a bag of gold coins. Markham (1568?-1637) was a prolific author with dual careers: one as a poet, playwright, and translator of literary works and another as an expert on country pursuits, horsemanship, and the veterinary art. A scion of the landed gentry, his knowledge of field sports and angling was acquired by experience, and his works on these topics have always been considered more valuable than his more high-minded efforts. According to DNB, Markham&#39;s practical guides contain "a wealth of detail on many aspects of day-to-day living. For the social historian, or the re-enactor, Gervase Markham&#39;s numerous works are indispensable guides to the practicalities of Renaissance life." A miniature version of the present work was first published in the early 18th century, and the present item is a reprint of that issue. Spielman tells us our edition "is perhaps rare that the original" and notes that it is one of the "eagerly collected" publications of the noted Apollo Press. ABPC find six copies of this edition at auction since 1979.

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        THE YOUNG SPORTSMAN'S INSTRUCTOR

      Apollo Press, London 1820 - A Miniature Sporting Book in Appropriately Decorated Morocco. 83 x 57 mm (3 1/4 x 2 1/4"). 3 p.l., 136 pp., [1] leaf (blank before title excised, perhaps to remove previous ownership mark). EXQUISITE CONTEMPORARY DARK GREEN MOROCCO, ELABORATELY GILT, BY THOMAS GOSDEN, covers intricately gilt in a Grolieresque design of thick and thin fillets, interlinking strapwork, leafy flourishes, and acorn tools, all of these forming a frame enclosing a central oval with a gilt hunting horn, flat spine tooled with gilt vine forming eight rounded compartments, six with sporting equipment or an animal at center, one with the initials "G M," and one with the date "1820," turn-ins with gilt Greek key roll, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. In an excellent later custom-made green morocco-backed clamshell box by Aquarius of London. With woodcut frontispiece showing an angler. Bondy, p. 26-27; Spielman 356A. Perhaps a breath of wear to leather, the leaves a shade less than bright and with mild offsetting, last two gatherings with slight vertical crease, but still A VERY DESIRABLE EXAMPLE, the text and the beautiful binding both clean, fresh, and generally well preserved. This delightful little book of practical advice on "Angling, Fowling, Hunting, Ordering Singing Birds, Poultry, Conies, Hares, and Dogs" comes in an apposite binding by Thomas Gosden (1780-1843), himself a sportsman. The hunting horn and the tools on the spine are identifiable as belonging to Gosden, whose work often appeared on books about angling or field sports. In addition to advice on appropriate baits for each season and methods for snaring birds and small mammals, our intriguing author includes anecdotes such as the tale of an angler who, while burying a human skull he had fished out of the water, discovered a bag of gold coins. Markham (1568?-1637) was a prolific author with dual careers: one as a poet, playwright, and translator of literary works and another as an expert on country pursuits, horsemanship, and the veterinary art. A scion of the landed gentry, his knowledge of field sports and angling was acquired by experience, and his works on these topics have always been considered more valuable than his more high-minded efforts. According to DNB, Markham's practical guides contain "a wealth of detail on many aspects of day-to-day living. For the social historian, or the re-enactor, Gervase Markham's numerous works are indispensable guides to the practicalities of Renaissance life." A miniature version of the present work was first published in the early 18th century, and the present item is a reprint of that issue. Spielman tells us our edition "is perhaps rare that the original" and notes that it is one of the "eagerly collected" publications of the noted Apollo Press. ABPC find six copies of this edition at auction since 1979. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LE CONSERVATEUR, LE ROI, LA CHARTE ET LES HONNÊTES GENS, 1818-1820, 6 TOMES

      Le Conservateur - Chez Le Normant Fils 1820 - RO40193752: 6 tomes (recueils) d'env. 630 pages chacun. Pièces de titre rouges et étiquettes de code sur les dos. Titre, tomaison, bandeaux et fleurons dorés sur les dos. Couvertures des ouvrages brochés conservées. Du tome Ier, 1re livraison, oct. 1818, au tome VI, 78e livraison, mars 1820. Sommaire de la 1re livraison, oct. 1818: A Monsieur le Vicomte de Chateaubriand, Le Normant Fils. Réponse du Vicomte de Chateaubriand. 2e livraison, oct. 1818: Sur les élections, Grignon d'Auzouer. Réflexions sur un article du 'Moniteur' du 21 août, Castelbajac. Théâtre, Comte O'Mahony. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos frotté. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 944.06-Restauration, 1815-1848 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zusammenstellung von insgesamt 34 Schriften von J.C. Scheidemann in einem Sammelband zum Thema "Die einfachen Rechnungsarten des gemeinsamen Lebens" mit einem handschritlichen Vorwort des Nachfahren Emil Scheidemann.

      . Stettin, Selbstverlag, ca. 1820 bis 1870; 16,8 cm (kl. 8°). Die einzelnen Schriften ranken sich um das Hauptwerk von J. C. Scheidemann: "Die einfachen Rechnungsarten des gemeinen Lebens / zur Benutzung in Volksschulen unterrichtlich dargestellt und an Beispielen erläutert ..." / mit einem Vorwort von F. H. G. Großmann / "Ein Hülfsbuch für Lehrer / und eine Anleitung zum Selbstunterricht für Jedermann. / Zweite, verbesserte und durch viele Kopfrechen-Aufgaben vermehrte Auflage. ", erschienen in Stettin beim Herausgeber, und in Leipzig in Commission bei Ferdinand Sechtling, 1843. Diesese Buch nimmt mit seinen 276 Seiten den Hauptteil des Sammelbandes ein. Davor sind, zeitlich sortiert, verschiedene Hefte eingebunden, die, wie aus dem Vorwort des Buches zu entnehmen ist, von den Schülern als preiswerte (1 Sgr pro Heft) und wertvolle Lehrmittel über die Schulzeit hinaus erworben werden konnten. Der Sammelband beginnt 1. mit einem Vorübungsheft zu den Aufgaben zum Ziffernrechnen mit unbenannten Zahlen (8 SS., bläuliches Papier), darauf folgt 2. Übungsbüchlein im Kopf- und Ziffernrechnen (16 SS., stärker braunfleckig), dann 3. bis 6. vier Hefte (I - IV) mit aufbauenden Aufgaben zum Ziffernrechnen über die 4 einfachen Rechnungsarten mit unbenannten Zahlen (jeweils 16 SS., 3 davon auf blauem Papier); 7.: Die einfachen Rechnungsarten mit Decimalbrüchen (16 SS.), darauf, sozusagen als Fremdbestandteil, ein Gebetbüchlein für Schulkinder (Stettin 1854, zu haben beim Antiquar Katter, bei J. G. Scheidemann u. in der Buch- und Papierhandlung von L. Weiß / Preis 1 Sgr), 16 SS. mit illustr. blauem Umschlag; Dann folgt das umfangreiche Hauptwwerk. Danach: 10. - 13.: 4 Hefte (I - IV) Auflösungen zu den Übungsbüchlein (je 16 SS., 2 davon auf blauem Papier); dann 3 Hefte (I - III) Aufgaben zum Ziffernrechnen: 14.: ... mit unbenannten Zahlen (Heft identisch mit 3. Heft?); 15.: ... mit mehrfach benannten Zahlen / Nach den neuen Gewichts- und Münzbestimmungen veränderte Auflage); 16.: ... mit Brüchen wie auch über die Regeldetri / Nach den neuen Gewichts- und Münzbestimmungen veränderte Auflage; als 17. Schrift: 2 Bll. aus einem (verloren gegangenen ?) Heft (blaues Papier, SS. 12 - 13); 18.: IV. Heft / Aufgaben zum Ziffernrechnen über die zusammengesetzten Rechnungsarten / Gesellschaftsrechnung (16 SS.; im Gegensatz zu 6. auf weißem Papier, anderer Druck (von F. Hessenland)); 19.: Die einfachen Rechenarten mit Decimalbrüchen (identisch mit 7.?); 21. - 24. Heft: Auflösungen mit (identisch mit Heften 10 - 13?; aber: tls andererer Druck und andere Auflagen); 25. - 28.: Aufgaben zum Zifferrechnen (identisch mit 14. - 17.? aber: anderer Druck, andere Papierfarben); 29.: Die einfachen Rechnungsarten mit Decimalbrüchen / gänzlich umgearbeitet Auflage von A. Lincke, Lehrer an der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Schule in Stettin; 30.: Auflösungen zu den Übungsbüchlein im Kopf- und Zifferrechnen (anderer Druck, anderes Papier); 31. - 34.: Auflösungen zu den Aufgaben zum Ziffernrechnen I bis IV (anderer Druck, anderes Papier, andere Auflage). Die Sammlung ist in einen privaten Halb-Leder-Band (Halbfranzband) mit Lederecken hübsch eingebunden; der Rücken besitzt Bünde, ist mit Goldprägung verziert und trägt einen ebensolchen Rückentitel; mit gemusterten Buntpapier-Vorsätzen und dreiseitigem Sprenkelschnitt. - Leder an Ecken und Kanten etwas stärker berieben, einige Schriften papierbedingt gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten. - Dem Sammelband ist erin weißes Blatt vorgebunden, in dem Emil Scheidemann, vermutlich ein Nachfahre, auf eineinhalb Seiten handschriftlich in Tinte eng beschrieben den Verfasser würdigt und u.a. darauf hinweist, daß seine Schriften in den Provinzen Pommern, Preußen, Mark Brandenburg, Posen, Lauenburg und "in den beyden Meklenburg" zum Schulunterricht eingeführt wurden. "Sogar in Amerika wurde von dort eingewanderten deutschen Lehrern in Deutschen Schulen danach unterrichtet." Der Schriftsatz ist unterschrieben mit "Emil Scheidemann"..

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        Entomographia Imperii Russici./ Entomographie de la Russie.

      Moscou, Société Impériale des Naturalistes/ Imprimerie Semen, 1820-1828. Volumes I-III (of 5). 4to (260 x 210mm). With 4 hand-coloured engraved frontispiece-titles and 82 fine hand-coloured engraved plates. Recent half cloth with 2 red and 1 black gilt lettered labels, marbled sides. The first 3 volumes of the rarest and most beautifully produced work on Russian entomology. Dr. W. Junk in his '50 Jahre Antiquar' lists the book in his chapter 'Introuvable' (page 307). The first major contribution on Russian entomology, preceded only by Pallas' 'Icones Insectorum praesertim Rossiae Sibiriaeque...' (1781-98). The edition of the present work was very small and the subscribers list in volume 2 and 3 only lists 167 subscribers. Of volumes 2 and 3 very few copies have been distributed and most probably these volumes were destroyed. 'Dans le préface du 4e volume de cet ouvrage l'auteur parle de la perte qu'il a faite de la presque totalité de ce qui existait des trois premiers volumes de l'Entomographie, occasionnée par des mains infidèles. Cette perte, qui porte particulièrement sur le 2e volume, et plus encore sur le 3me, dont il n'avait été distribué que peu d'exemplaires, à réduit à bien petite nombre les exemplaires complets (Ekama, Fondation Teyler. Catalogue de la Bibliothèque p. 255).//Johann Gotthelf Fischer von (de) Waldheim (1771-1853) was a German naturalist. The son of a linen weaver he was born in Waldheim, Saxony. He studied medicine in Leipzig and travelled to Paris with his friend Alexander von Humboldt and studied under Georges Cuvier. In 1804 he became professor of natural history at the Moscow University and the following year he founded the Imperial Society of naturalists of Moscow. He was one of the most prominent naturalists of his time and became famous for his scientific investigations of Russia. He was also known is some circles as 'Russia's Cuvier'.//The collation of the work is as follows:/Vol. I: pp. (4), viii, 210, xii, 104, with 26 hand coloured engraved plates and 2 hand-coloured engraved frontispiece-titles. The plates are numbered as follows: Coleoptera 1-17; Othoptera 1; Neuroptera 1-2; Lepidoptera 1-5; Coleoptera 1./Vol. II: pp. xx, 264, with 39 hand-coloured engraved plates and 1 engraved hand-coloured frontispiece-title. The plates are numbered as follows: Coleoptera 18-50; Lepidoptera 6-11./Vol. III: pp. viii, 314, with 17 hand coloured engraved plates and 1 hand-coloured frontispiece-title. The plates are numbered as follows: Coleoptera 1, 1*, 2-7, 7b, 7c, 8-14. At the beginning of the third volume some marginal dampstaining at the lower margin.//Provenance: Bookplate of Reinold Charpentier. Name of Kikumaro Okano on inside front-cover.//Nissen ZBI, 1377; Horn-Schenkling 6632; Hagen p. 235.

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        Zwei Abhandlungen über das Erbrechen und den Nutzen des Kehldeckels beim Verschlucken.

      Leipzig, C. H. F. Hartmann, 1820. - Aus dem Französ. von H. Dittmer. Bremen, J. G. Heyse, 1814. VIII, 87 S. - Vorgebunden: Magendie, F.: Physiologisch-medizinische Untersuchungen über die Ursachen, Symptome und Behandlung des Grieses und Blasensteines. Aus dem Französ. von Johann Gottfried G. Zöllner. IV, 82 S. Pappband. Zu 1): Erste und einzige deutsche Ausgabe. - Callisen XII, S. 105; Engelmann 353; Garrison/Morton 985 und 985.1 (je französ. Orig.-Ausg. 1813). - Die in der deutschen Übersetzung in einem Band vereinigten beiden Abhandlungen, deren französ. Orig.-Ausg. separat erschienen. - Garrison/Morton zur ersten Abhandlung: "Physiologists still consult Magendie's classic description of the physiology of deglutition and vomiting." - Die zweite Abhandlung beschreibt ein Experiment zur Physiologie des Kehlkopfverschlusses. Magendie entfernte die Epiglottis bei Hunden und einigen anderen Tieren vollständig und fand danach, daß das Schlucken flüssiger und fester Nahrung nicht im Geringsten gestört war (vgl. Homes 56 und Stevenson/Guthrie 79/80). - Zu 2): Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Callisen XII, S. 108; Engelmann 353; Ersch/Puchelt 4078; Hirsch/H. IV, 29. - Sehr seltene und für die Geschichte der Urologie bedeutende Monographie über abgehende Steine bei "Grieskranken", Eigenschaften und Ursachen der Harnsäure, Heilanzeigen, empirische Behandlung etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The naval chronology of Great Britain, or an historical account of naval and maritime events, from the Commencement of the War in 1803, to the end of the Year 1816; also, particulars of the most important Courts-martial, votes of Parliament, lists of Flag-Officers in Commission, and the promotions for each year

      Whitmore and Fenn, London 1820 - Ricchissima raccolta di documenti storici relativi alle operazioni navali inglesi in periodo Napoleonico. Numero di tavole: 18 pp.X, 288; (2), 284; 318, (2) altezza 26 larghezza 18 Tre volumi. Esemplare da studio, in cattive condizioni: mancano tutte le 59 tavole, carte dei tre volumi slegate, legature con dorsi staccati. Da rilegare.

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        OEUVRES COMPLETES DE JACQUES-HENRI-BERNARDIN de SAINT-PIERRE, mises en ordre et précédées de la vie de l'auteur, par L. AIME-MARTIN. (I-VIII).

      - Bruxelles, Auguste Wahlen et Comp, 1820. Huit volumes in-8 (13,5cm x 21cm), demi-basane verte d'époque, dos lisse orné, auteur, titre, sous-titre, tomaison, filets et fers dorés, 187-383pp., XV-500pp., 446pp., III-546pp., XXIX-383pp., 438pp., 322pp. et 437pp. (quatre coiffes frottées avec des manques, une coiffe arasée, plusieurs coins émoussés ou frottés, marques d'usure sur les coupes, deux mors en partie ouverts, quelques trous de ver sur les dos, fortes rousseurs par endroit, restauration au titre et au faux-titre mais sans manque au tome III, déchirure à deux feuillets mais sans gravité au tome premier). Tome I : Voyage à l'Ile de France (un portrait); Tome II : Etudes de la nature (un frontispice, une planche dépliante représentant l'hémisphère); Tome III : Etudes de la nature (une planche composée de 11 figures, une planche composée de 22 figures, une planche représentant les pôles); Tome IV : Etudes de la nature (un frontispice); Tome V : Harmonies de la nature; Tome VI : Harmonies de la nature; Tome VII : Mélanges; Tome VIII : Mélanges. Reliure décorative. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Account of the Improvements on the Estates of the Marquess of Stafford, in the Counties of Stafford and Salop, and on the estate of Sutherland. With Remarks.

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London 1820 - 8vo. Pp, xx, 236, 118. Multi-folding engraved map of Sutherland, hand coloured in outline as frontispiece. 39 engraved maps, plates and architectural plans, some folding, some hand coloured. Half calf, gilt over pebbled cloth. A perfectly sound and tight binding but one that is utilitarian rather than appropriately distinguished. Also the binder has cropped close, and on a few plates, too close. Otherwise a very clean and fresh copy. The fly leaf bears "With the authors compls." The verso of the fly leaf bears the signature of Robert Carruthers, the original owner and editor of the Inverness Courier. A key text in the history of the Highland Clearances and exceedingly scarce. From the library of Tarradale House with bookplate and withdrawn stamp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE SPHINX; or, Agreeable Companion for a Winter Evening: Being an elegant Selection of Enigmas, Rebusses, Anagrams, Conundrums, Charades, Puzzles, &c. &c. Calculated to divert the mind, and exercise the ingenuity of the curious. (Price One Shilling.)

      144 pages. Folding engraved frontispiece. Contemporary plain, untitled, roan-backed boards. First edition. Bookplate partly erased; front joint cracked; else a very good copy.

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        RECUEIL DE DRAPERIES D'HALLAVANT: 4eme Cahier

      Osmont et Dezon, Paris - n.d. (ca. 1820-1825). Volume 4 of seven stand-alone volumes. Oblong quarto. Title page followed by 48 (of 50) hand-colored engravings. Quarter calf and marbled boards with gilt title on spine. Existing examples of this book do not appear to have a title except for the first cahier, with the following volumes designated only by their number (2eme cahier, 3eme cahier.). A French bookseller list from 1819 shows the title as - Recueil de draperies d'Hallavant, a l'usage des marchands de meubles, tapissiers, decorateurs, mis au jour et augmente par Osmond et Dezon -, with a publication date of 1818. Two versions were available, one in black & white for 18 francs, and one in color for 25 francs. Volumes in the series also lack any dates except for the 7eme cahier, which was issued by Pinsonnière in 1839. The accepted date range of this series is 1810-1839 as based on internal evidence of drapery styles [Cf. Gail Caskey Winkler], and this volume falls into the 1820-1825 date range. Many bibliographic resources cite the first cahier where the name Osmont appears as Osmond (i.e. Berlin: 1278), however in the following volumes the name is correctly presented as Osmont. One of a series of 7 cahiers issued in Paris by Hallavant, Osmont and Pinsonniere between 1810 and 1839 with measured drawings of Empire style draperies for window treatments and beds; many of the bed designs include a plan outlining the proper geometry of the design. This is a widely referenced authentic notebook of designs for practicing designers of the Empire period and is extremely rare. A handful of major institutions in the world own assorted volumes from this series; we were unable to find a copy of the 4th cahier in OCLC. Very good- condition, restoration work done in the past - the front hinge and gutter have been repaired with japan and the title page has also been professionally restored where there was loss. The plates are mostly clean except for the occasional smudge or spot of foxing; several have 3 or 4 pin holes near the upper margins, not affecting the plates. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Landscape and Castle by Laporte

      1820 - Hand-coloured aquatint printed on wove paper. Very good condition apart from some overall light soiling, minor creasing, and mild rippling. Trimmed virtually to image on all sides. A stunning pastoral landscape engraved after an original work by the famous watercolour painter John Laporte. This print may be part of a series as the inscription below the title, which reads, "From Select Compositions of Modern Masters," seems to suggest. A student of the aquatint engraver J. C. Stadler and the Royal Academy Schools, Frederick Christian Lewis was a renowned and versatile painter, engraver, and etcher. Although he produced and exhibited many landscape paintings throughout his life, he was chiefly known for his prolific and varied engravings. In addition to his separately issued topographical, sporting, and landscape prints, he executed numerous engravings after the Old Masters and eminent contemporary artists like Landseer, Bonington, and Danby for publications such as John Chamberlaine's Original Designs of the most Celebrated Masters in the Royal Collection (1812) and William Ottley's Italian School of Design (1823). Lewis was also a skilled portraitist, and he received copious engraving commissions from various members of the Royal Family. Cf. Dictionary of National Biography.

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        Memoires sur l'action mutuelle de deux courans electriques, sur celle exise entre un courant electrique et un amiant ou le globe terrestre, et celle de deux aimans l'un sur l'autre.

      . Lus a l'Academie royale des Sciences. (Extrait des Annales de Chimie et de Physique, 15). (1820) (Paris , after 6 November 1820), 8°, 68 pp., 5 fold-out plates by Adam after Girad, in blue contemp. wrapper; annulated stamp on title.. The first edition, first offprint issue, of the first paper on the nature of electric current by the founder of electrodynamics. - - Like Hans Christian Oersted Andre Marie Ampere (1885-1836) was devoted follower of Kant who constructed his own Kantian philosophical system. Ampere's philosophy postulated "two levels of knowledge of the external world ... phenomena, presented to us directly through the senses, and .. noumena, the objective causes of phenomena" (DSB); this determined the form of his scientific discoveries, beginning in the fall 1820. Fascinated by Oersted's demonstration of the existence of electromagnetism, which had been reported by Francois Arago to an astonished Academie des Sciences on September 4, 1820, Ampere immediately set out to determine through his own experiments the exact relationship of electrical current-flow and magnetism. He read his fist report to the Academie des Sciences on September 18, 1820, and gave further reports on September 25, October 9, November 6, and in later sessions. In the present paper, "his first great memoir on electrodynamics" (DSB), probably written soon after November 6, the latest session of the Academie that is mentioned, Ampere describes the series of "classical and simple" experiments with which he first explored the interaction of two electric currents and of electric currents with magnets as well as with the earth's magnetic field. Ampere here "demonstrated for the first time that two parallel conductors, carrying currents traveling in opposite directions, they repeal each other" (Sparrow, p.33.) Hiss experiments provided empirical evidence for his new theory of magnetism as "electricity in motion". The memoir concludes with nine succinct statements of the nature of electric current that sum up his early work (DSB). - - Dibner Heralds of Science 62; Norman 64

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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. Sept. 12, 1820. - Broadside, 15 x 9 1/2 inches. 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 by the governor of Massachusetts 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." The broadside is signed by Alden Bradford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. A nice piece of Massachusetts constitutional history.

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        Costume of the Lower Orders of London

      London: ublished for T.L. Busby, by Messrs. Baldwin, raddock, and Joy, 1820. - The London Working Class[BUSBY, Thomas Lord]. Costume of the Lower Orders of London. Painted and Engraved from Nature, by T.L. Busby. London: Published for T.L. Busby, by Messrs. Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy [1820].Quarto (11 1/4 x 9 1/16 inches; 286 x 231 mm.). iv, [24] pp. Twenty-four hand-colored etched plates. Text watermarked 1817, plates watermarked 1822. Contemporary quarter green roan over marbled boards. Spine decorated and lettered in gilt with raised bands. Slight offsetting from some of the plates to the text. From the library of Samuel Appleton, with his armorial bookplate on front pastedown. An excellent copy.The Plates:1. Frontispiece of Sandwich Man. No imprint.2. Billy Waters (the Dancing Fiddler). Nov. 1, 1819.3. Jemmy Lovel (the Tinker). Nov. 1, 1819.4. Mechanical Fiddler. Nov. 1, 1819.5. Owen Clancey (the Frost Bitten Sailor). Jan. 1, 1820.6. Draymen. Feb. 15, 1819. 7. Joseph Hill (the Bell-Ringer). Feb. 15, 1820. 8. Fish Woman. Feb. 15, 1820.9. Fireman. March 15, 1820.10. Chimney-Sweepers. Aug. 1, 1820.11. Postman. July 1, 1820.12. Pieman. Aug. 15, 1820.13. May Day. May 15, 1820.14. Shoe-Black. May 15, 1820.15. Match-Girl. May 15, 1820.16. Dustman. May 15, 1820.17. Milk Maid. Jan. 1, 1820. 18. Thomas Musto (the Mat-Man. Jan. 1. 1820. 19. Fortune-Teller. Unsigned: Jan. 1, 1820. 20. Pedlar. Feb 15, 1820. 21. Rabbit-Seller. March 15, 1820.22. Water-Cresses. March 15, 1820.23. Apple-Boy. March 15, 1820.24. Watchman. March 15, 1820.Abbey, Life 423. Colas 491. Hiler, p. 129. Lipperheide 1025. Tooley 123. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Washington's Sepulchre Mount Vernon

      M. Carey & Son, Philadelphia - Aquatint with color, c. 1820. Painted by J. Shaw. Engraved by J. Hill. Sheet size: 22 x 14 7/8". Inventory#: p735pmat. 0

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        The Family Herbal; Or, an Account of all Those English Plants, Which Are Remarkable for Their Virtues, and of the Drugs Which Are Produced by Vegetables of Other Countries, with Their Descriptions and Their Uses, As Proved by Experience .

      Bungay, Brightly And Kinnersley [1820?] - Description: xl, 376 p. [54] color plates. Subjects: Botany--Great Britain. Botany, Medical. Binbliography & Book-collecting--Color plate books. Uniform Title: Useful family herbal. [English]. Finely bound in the original [full] aniline calf; professionally and very synpathetically re-spined. Raised bands with blind-tooled cross-bands and a morocco label. An uncommonly good example of a frustratingly scarce edition; scans on request. 1 Kg. 376 pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire Naturelle générale et particulière des Mollusques Terrestres et Fluviatiles ...

      Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1820-1851. 4 volumes. Folio (430 x 300mm). pp. viii, 402; (4), xvi, 1-184 (60 pages of 96 bis), 260, (22, explication des planches), (2, errata); (4); (4), with 248 engraved plates, apart from a few plain anatomical key plates, all printed in colour and finished by hand. Later, brown half morocco, spines in 6 compartments with gilt lettering, top edges gilt. An attractive uniformly bound Large Paper copy of one of the rarest and most beautiful conchological works. "Posterity is grateful to Férussac for some of the most beautiful and accurate coloured figures of non-marine molluscs ever published" (Dance p. 91). It is also the last and one of the finest examples of French colour-printing by Langlois, the printer responsible for some of Redouté's finest work./The work had a long and complicated publishing history with the result that few copies are found complete. The first 28 parts, by Férussac, appeared between 1820 and 1832, containing 162 plates and 128 pages of text. In 1838 another six instalments were issued by Deshayes. The death of the publisher and departure of Deshayes to Algeria again brought the work to a halt. In 1848 Baillière acquired the stock and plates and convinced Deshayes that a work of such beauty and scientific importance could not remain unfinished. Eight more instalments were published. Deshayes is responsible for the greater part of the text and 85 plates./The colour-printing and handcolouring were executed under supervision of Langlois and after his death by his pupil and successor, Geny-Gros, the plates were drawn by the finest natural history artists in France at the time: Bessa, Huet, Prêtre, and Riocreux. Baillière in his "Avertissement de l'éditeur' tells how as a consequence of the 1848 Revolution the most outstanding natural history artists could not find employment, apart from his work. Our copy has a plain plate 127AB which was not present in other copies we sold in the past./ /B.M.(N.H.) II, 569; Nissen ZBI, 1348.

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        Amaryllis Regina / Amaryllis de la Reine

      Paris 1820 - Image Size : , Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 525x343 (mm), 20.625x13.5 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, Lithograph

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        The pharmacopoeia of the United States of America

      Boston: Wells & Lilly, 1820. 8vo. 272pp. 18th cent. tree sheep, rebacked. Some foxing and browning as is common in American books of this period. </p><p>First edition. Garrison-Morton 1845. The first official pharmacopeia of the United States owed its existence largely to the efforts of the American physician Lyman Spalding, who began campaigning for a national pharmacopeia in 1815. Spalding&#39;s efforts finally bore fruit in a national convention that met in 1820 and adopted a pharmacopeia based mainly on the Pharmacopoeia of the Massachusetts Medical Society (1808).

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        Monographia generis Potentillarum.

      Hamburg, Hoffmann u. Campe, 1820 - 4°, Titelbl., 2 Bl., 201 S., 1 Bl., 20 gestochenee Taf., Priv.-Kart. d. Zt., Bibliotheksbd.: priv. Rückenschildchen, kl. Name u. Stempel a. Vs., Stempel a. Titelblatt; 2 S. produktionsbedingt grauschattig (Druckerschwärze), die Taf. oft mit produktionsbedingten Knitterspuren, durch zu knappe Beschneidung 3 Tafeln mit winzigen (unbedeutenden) Bildverlusten; Kanten tlw. beschabt, Blattränder min. gebräunt; allg. schönes Ex. EA. J. G. Chr. Lehmann (1792 - 1860), Begründer und Leiter des botanischen Gartens in Hamburg, später Professor ebenda. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Woldemar. Erster und zweiter Teil in 2 Bänden (komplett).

      [Gerhard Fleischer],, Leipzig, 1820 - Leipzig, [Gerhard Fleischer], 1820. 8°. 21,5 cm. IV, 482 und 23 Seiten Anhang, Original-Ganzlederbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf schwarzen Lederschildchen, mit Rücken- Deckel und Stehkantenvergoldung, Rundum-Goldschnitt. Ausgabe letzter Hand mit dem zweiseitigen Vorbericht von Friedrich Roth, sowie dem der wieder aufgenommenen Zueignung an Goethe. Die Ausgabe wurde nach einer vom Verfasser selbst durchgesehen und an einigen Stellen verbessertem Ausgabe von 1796 (WG 14), veranstaltet. Einige Arbeiten der Fassung erster Hand, die aus der Ausgabe von 1794 entfernt wurden, sind vom Herausgeber Friedrich Roth im 23-seitigen Anhang abgedruckt. Druck auf starkem Papier, durchgehend stockfleckig. Band 1 mit kleinem Einriss an der Außenfalz. Insgesamt schöne, dekorative Ausgabe. Original-Ganzlederbände mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf schwarzen Lederschildchen, mit Rücken- Deckel und Stehkantenvergoldung, Rundum-Goldschnitt.

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        AMERIKA EN AFBEELDING DER VIER WERELDDEELEN.

      Gorinchem: J. Noorduyn, [ca. ]. 1820 - Folio broadside, 17 x 13 inches. Sixteen woodcuts enhanced with red and blue coloring. Scattered foxing, minor staining and creasing. Very good. Archival matting, and protected with Mylar sheet. A Dutch broadside designed to be sold as cheap popular decoration. It is illustrated with woodcuts, primarily of Native Americans. The peoples represented are labeled as "N. Amerika" (U.S. citizens), "Naiches," "Braminnen," "Nadowessires," "Patagoniers," "Chili," "Kanadiers," "Groenlanders," "Mexikanen," "Californiers," "Zwarte Brammine," "Peruvianen," "Europa," "Asia," "Afrika," and "Amerika" (Native Americans). All are portrayed in typical costume, from the "N. Amerika" dressed in breeches to the "Amerika," hardly dressed at all. A very interesting example of early 19th- century popular ethnic conceptions. DE MEIJER, p.260.

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        OEVRES COMPLÈTES DE VOLTAIRE

      Paris, France: E.A. Lequien, 1820. quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt-stamped, four raised bands. 8vo. quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt-stamped, four raised bands. variously paginated. 70 Volumes. Text in French. Brunet V, 1344-6. Notice by the publisher of the Kehl edition at beginning of first volume. The Kehl edition (1785-9) was the first complete edition of Voltaire&#39;s works published after his death in 1778. First volume includes Vie de Voltaire by Condorcet and elegies by Frederick the Great, King of Prussie, and Jean-François de la Harpe, French playwright, writer, and critic. Table of contents follows text in most volumes. Includes Voltaire&#39;s essays; histories including those of Louis XIV and XV, Charles XII, and Russia among other historical works; novels; and correspondence with Corneille, the King of Prussia, Empress of Russia, and general correspondence. Final volume a general index. Frontispiece portrait of Voltaire in Volume I. Extremities of some spines show wear. Some rubbing and scuffing on most volumes. With previous owner&#39;s bookplate. Some foxing in text.

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        AMERIKA EN AFBEELDING DER VIER WERELDDEELEN

      Gorinchem: J. Noorduyn, [ca. 1820].. Folio broadside, 17 x 13 inches. Sixteen woodcuts enhanced with red and blue coloring. Scattered foxing, minor staining and creasing. Very good. Archival matting, and protected with Mylar sheet. A Dutch broadside designed to be sold as cheap popular decoration. It is illustrated with woodcuts, primarily of Native Americans. The peoples represented are labeled as "N. Amerika" (U.S. citizens), "Naiches," "Braminnen," "Nadowessires," "Patagoniers," "Chili," "Kanadiers," "Groenlanders," "Mexikanen," "Californiers," "Zwarte Brammine," "Peruvianen," "Europa," "Asia," "Afrika," and "Amerika" (Native Americans). All are portrayed in typical costume, from the "N. Amerika" dressed in breeches to the "Amerika," hardly dressed at all. A very interesting example of early 19th- century popular ethnic conceptions. DE MEIJER, p.260.

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        Histoire Naturelle générale et particulière des Mollusques Terrestres et Fluviatiles .

      - Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1820-1851. 4 volumes. Folio. With 247 engraved plates, almost all printed in colours and finished by hand. Recent red half morocco, spines with 4 raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering. Large Paper copy of one of the rarest and most beautiful conchological works. Some moderate foxing to text as well as plates. "Posterity is grateful to Férussac for some of the most beautiful and accurate coloured figures of non-marine molluscs ever published" (Dance p. 91). It is also the last and one of the finest examples of French colour-printing by Langlois, the printer responsible for some of Redouté's finest work.The work had a long and complicated publishing history with the result that few copies are found complete. The first 28 parts, by Férussac, appeared between 1820 and 1832, containing 162 plates and 128 pages of text. In 1838 another six instalments were issued by Deshayes. The death of the publisher and departure of Deshayes to Algeria again brought the work to a halt. In 1848 Baillière acquired the stock and plates and convinced Deshayes that a work of such beauty and scientific importance could not remain unfinished. Eight more instalments were published. Deshayes is responsible for the greatest part of the text and 85 plates.The colour-printing and handcolouring were executed under supervision of Langlois and after his death by his pupil and successor, Geny-Gros, the plates were drawn by the finest natural history artists in France at the time: Bessa, Huet, Prêtre, and Riocreux. Baillière in his "Avertissement de l'éditeur' tells how as a consequence of the 1848 Revolution the most outstanding natural history artists could not find employment, apart from his work.B.M.(N.H.) II, 569; Nissen ZBI, 1348. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung der Vierundzwanzig Rheinansichten, welche die englische Uebersetzung nach dem Geheimenrath von Gerning&#146;s Rheinreise begleitete nebst einer Karte.,

      London, R. Ackermann 1820. - Thieme/B. 30,31; Abbey 217. Erste deutsche illustrierte Ausgabe der Tafeln. Sie zeigen Mainz, Biebrich, Johannesberg, Bingen, Boppard, Braubach, Bacharach, Godesberg, Koblenz, Liebenstein, Hammerstein, Köln, u.a. - Christian Georg Schütz d. J. (1758-1823) schuf in den Jahren 1818-19 im Auftrage des Verlegers J. I. v. Gerning 24 Aquarelle als Vorlagen zu dessen Rheinwerk. kl.- fol. Titel, 3 nn. Bll., 24 handkolorierte Aquatinta-Tafeln von D.Havel und T.Sutherland nach C.G. Schütz gr.-4° (349 x 286 mm). u. eine zweifach gef., teilkolorierte Karte. Lith. bedruckter Orig.-Einbandkarton, Rücken fachgerecht erneuert, Einrisse unterlegt. Die prächtigen Tafeln nahezu fleckenfrei. Mit einer mehrfach gefalteten, gest. teilkolorierten Stromkarte des Rheins von Mainz bis Köln, gest. von Bartlett nach C.F. Ulrich. OBrosch. Mit lithogr. Vorderdeckel und darauf mont. Titelschild "Rheingegenden von Mainz bis Coblenz. In Vierundzwanzig illuminirten Ansichten". Rücken u. Vorderdeckel fachgerecht restauriert (unterlegt), die prächtigen Aquatintas unter Seidenhemdchen, in überaus frischem und nahezu fleckenfreiem Zustand. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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

      London, R. Ackermann 1820.. kl.- fol. Titel, 3 nn. Bll., 24 handkolorierte Aquatinta-Tafeln von D.Havel und T.Sutherland nach C.G. Schütz gr.-4° (349 x 286 mm). u. eine zweifach gef., teilkolorierte Karte. Lith. bedruckter Orig.-Einbandkarton, Rücken fachgerecht erneuert, Einrisse unterlegt. Die prächtigen Tafeln nahezu fleckenfrei. Mit einer mehrfach gefalteten, gest. teilkolorierten Stromkarte des Rheins von Mainz bis Köln, gest. von Bartlett nach C.F. Ulrich. OBrosch. Mit lithogr. Vorderdeckel und darauf mont. Titelschild "Rheingegenden von Mainz bis Coblenz. In Vierundzwanzig illuminirten Ansichten". Rücken u. Vorderdeckel fachgerecht restauriert (unterlegt), die prächtigen Aquatintas unter Seidenhemdchen, in überaus frischem und nahezu fleckenfreiem Zustand.. Thieme/B. 30,31; Abbey 217. Erste deutsche illustrierte Ausgabe der Tafeln. Sie zeigen Mainz, Biebrich, Johannesberg, Bingen, Boppard, Braubach, Bacharach, Godesberg, Koblenz, Liebenstein, Hammerstein, Köln, u.a. - Christian Georg Schütz d. J. (1758-1823) schuf in den Jahren 1818-19 im Auftrage des Verlegers J. I. v. Gerning 24 Aquarelle als Vorlagen zu dessen Rheinwerk.

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        Suite du mémoire sur les intégrales définies

      Paris: l&#39;Imprimerie Royal, 1820. First edition. An important contribution to the foundation of complex function theory. In this paper Possion was the first to carry out integration along a path in the complex plane. "Poisson noted in 1815 and discussed in [this paper] the use of integrals of complex functions taken over paths in the complex plane. As an example he gives ∫<i>dx/x</i> from -1 to 1. Here he sets <i>x=e<sup>iθ</sup></i>, where <i>θ</i> runs from (2<i>n</i>+1)<i>Ï€</i> to 0, and obtaines, by treating the integral as a limit of a sum, the value -(2<i>n</i>+1)<i>Ï€i</i>. Then he notes that the value of an integral need not be the same when taken over an imaginary path as when over a real path. He gives the example ∫(cos <i>ax</i>)/(b<sup>2</sup>+ x<sup>2</sup>) dx</i> from -∞ to ∞, where <i>a</i> and <i>b</i> are positive constants. He lets <i>x = t ik</i>, where <i>k</i> is constant and positive, and obtaines the value <i>&</i> Five memoires in: Journal de l&#39;École Royale Polytechnique, vol. 11. pp. 1-188; 295-341; 342-410; 411-416; 417-489. The complete volume offered [IV,492 pp. and 1 plate - not belonging to the mentioned memoires]. Nice contemporary half calf with gilt spine lettering. Completely clean throughout. A fine copy. ; Louis POINSOT; Augustin-Louis CAUCHY. AMPÈRE, André-Marie; 1. Ampère: Mémoire contenant l&#39;application de la théorie ... à l&#39;intégration des équations aux différentielles partielles du premier et du second ordre; 2. Poisson: Suite du mémoire sur les intégrales définies [KLINE p.633: Poisson was the first man to cary out integration along a path in the complex plane.]; 3. Poinsot: Mémoire sur l&#39;application de l&#39;algèbre à la théorie des nombres; 4. Cauchy: Sur les racines imaginaires des équations; 5. Poisson: Mémoire sur la manière d&#39;exprimer les fonctions par des séries de quantités périodiques, et sur l&#39;usage de cette transformation dans la résolution de différens problèmes.

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        Dell'Istoria di Milano.

      Tip. Manini e Rivolta,, Milano, 1820 - Quattro volumi di cm. 30, pp. xi (1) 428 (2); 534 (2); 594 (2); 528. Con molte incisioni nel testo e 25 tavole fuori testo fra cui due carte ripiegate (carta geografica dell'Alta Italia e pianta di Milano). Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Solida legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con fregi in oro e titoli su doppi tasselli. Esemplare fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione, particolarmente marginoso (in barbe). Si tratta della prima edizione di questa storia milanese che prende in esame il periodo storico dalle origini al 1535. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches chimiques sur les quinquinas.

      Paris 1820 - Discovery and Isolation of QuininePelletier, Pierre Joseph (1788-1842) & Caventou, Joseph Bienaimé (1795-1877). Recherches chimiques sur les quinquinas. In Annales de chimie et de physique 15 (Nov.-Dec. 1820): 289-318, 337-365. Together 2 whole numbers, 8vo. 225-335, 337-448pp. 3 plates. 220 x 144 mm. (uncut and partly unopened). Original printed wrappers, spines worn & partly defective. Minor dust-soiling, otherwise very good.First Edition. Garrison-Morton 5233. The discovery and isolation of quinine. Between 1818 and 1821, the French chemists Pelletier and Caventou isolated a number of alkaloids from plants, including strychnine (1818), brucine and veratrine (1819), cinchonine and quinine (1820) and caffeine (1821). "The discovery of quinine was by far the most dramatic result of their collaboration, and soon there was worldwide demand for quinine as a therapeutic agent. In a letter written to the Academy of Sciences in 1827, Pelletier and Caventou pointed out that by 1826 a burgeoning French industry was annually producing approximately 90,000 ounces of quinine sulfate from cinchona bark, enough to treat more than a million individuals" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Das Königliche Schloß und der Lustgarten in der Stadt Potsdam.

      Potsdam, Horvath & Sohn, 1820.. 8vo (19 : 10.5 cm). 2 Bl., 44 S. Umschlag aus steifem zeitgenössischen Marmorpapier.. Erste Ausgabe, von uns nur im Geheimen Staatsarchiv Berlin, in Göttingen und in der British Library nachweisbar. Für die 1820 friderizianisch erhaltenen Räume des Potsdamer Stadtschlosses folgt der Text wörtlich Horvaths 1798 zu datierendem Stadtführer "PotsdamsMerkwürdigkeiten", Abschnitt "Das Königliche Schloß" (p. 46-71). Kleinere unter Friedrich Wilhelm III. und Königin Luise vorgenommene Veränderungen sind stillschweigend aktualisiert, die wesentlichen Umgestaltungen des Klassizismus werden hingegen genau benannt. Vor allem die Wohnungen des Königspaares sind bis ins Detail beschrieben: Mobiliar und Öfen; Fußböden, Gardinen und Wandbespannungen; Skulpturen- und Bilderschmuck. So standen im "Grünen Kabinet" der Königin "zwey kleine Schränke mitGlasthüren, worin die Handbibliothek befindlich; auf diesen stehen Vasen und Sphinxe; eine schöne Uhr und drey Schalen von Bronze mit Glas". Ihre Bettstelle war "von Birnbaumholz; die Bettdecke von rosenfarbenem Taffet, mit weißem nesseltuchenen Ueberzug, welchermit einer Silber-Guirlande gestickt, und mit weißen seidenen Franzen besetzt ist". Im mit einfachen Kupferstichen geschmückten Vorzimmer des Königs befanden sich zudem "eine Büste von grüner Bronze, die hochselige Königin vorstellend; ein Bildniß der hochseligen Königin, von Biscuit auf blauem Grunde, in Glas und vergoldetem Rahm". Sein Schlafzimmer hatte zwar "eine hellgrüne Tapete, mit einem gemalten Frieß von Goldlakblumen", war ansonsten aber spartanisch eingerichtet: "ein ordinärer Tisch, sechs Rohrstühle, eine weiß lakirte Bettstelle, und ein Waschtisch, nebst einem Spucknapf von Fayance. Der Fußbodenbeider Zimmer ist von kiehnenem Holze mit einem Kreuz von Eichenholz durchschnitten". - Das Literaturverzeichnis zu Giersbergs Monographie "Das Potsdamer Stadtschloss" (1998) nennt Horvaths "Merkwürdigkeiten", nicht aber seine seltene Folgepublikation. - Winziger Wurmstich im Außenrand, sonst tadellos erhalten.

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        Essai historique, politique et moral sur les révolutions anciennes et modernes.

      Henri Colburn 1820 - - Henri Colburn, Londres 1820, 13x21cm, relié. - Nouvelle édition. Reliure en demi basane noisette, dos lisse orné d'arabesques romantiques dorées, coiffes et mors comportant des traces de frottements, deux taches en pied et en tête d'un mors, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, tranches marbrées, coins émoussés, reliure de l'époque. Ex-libris cabbalistique de Gillot de Givry encollé sur un contreplat. Une note manuscrite probablement de ce dernier à propos des lectures alchimiques de Chateaubriand sur un feuillet de garde. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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