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        Antichità Romane ovvero Quadro de' Costumi, Usi, ed Instituzioni de' Romani; nel quale si espone tutto ciò che riguarda la loro Religione, Governo, Leggi, Magistrature, Procedure Giudiziarie, Tattica e Disciplina Militare, Marina, Feste, Giuocchi .

      Napoli : Tipografia di Porcelli 1820 - ~ Translator: Padre Gaetano Maria Monforte ~ Prima traduzione italiana del Padre Gaetano Maria Monforte, corredata di note dei traduttori francese e tedesco, con altre osservazioni ed avvertimenti del traduttore italiano. Opera in 3 tomi legati in un volume ~ Legatura coeva in mezza pelle e cartone colorato, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo e ricchi fregi in oro ~ Tomo I: VIII+316p; Tomo II: VII+[1]+400p; Tomo III: 3f+336p ~ 20x13x5cm. ~ Molto Buono. Bella legatura coeva / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal, 238 Volumes (1820-1940)

      Boston; New York: Cummings and Hilliard; [et al.]. (1820-1940). First. Magazine. 238 bound volumes. Octavos. A near-complete run of the North American Review, America's most important literary journal of the 19th and early 20th Century. A consecutive run of volumes 10-248 dating from January 1820 through the final 1939-40 Winter issues, lacking only the first nine volumes, one quarterly issue from 1868 (October), and six monthly issues from 1894 (January-June). Most volumes are bound in full beige or blue cloth (13 are in half calf and marbled paper boards); volumes 174-248 have the original wrappers bound in.Founded in 1815, the NAR established itself as the most intellectual magazine in America. It quickly gained an international reputation and was a leading literary force in American letters throughout its 125-year history. Known for its long essay reviews of contemporary American and European literature, it also published scholarly articles on American society and current affairs, serving both as a platform for much of the most exciting social and literary commentary in the country, and as an arena for public debates on slavery and other controversial issues of the day.Most importantly, the magazine published contributions by some of America's best writers, ranging from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Thomas Wolfe, and including Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, John Russell Lowell, Mark Twain, Henry James, John Steinbeck, and others. Among the many complete works featured in this long run are Emerson's lectures on "Michael Angelo," "Milton," and five other essays and lectures; Washington Irving's "The Northmen"; and Longfellow's "Defense of Poetry." Walt Whitman contributed seven essays over a 10-year period, including: "The Poetry of the Future," "Old Poets," and "Have We a National Literature," and Mark Twain contributed five satires and essays, including: "In Defense of Harriet Shelley," "To the Person Sitting in Darkness," and "Edmund Burke on Croker and Tammany."Also noteworthy is Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw's "Slavery and the Missouri Question" from 1820, and Lewis Cass's influential articles on American Indian Policy. Edgar Allan Poe's first published work, Tamerlane, and Other Poems, received its first national notice in the October 1827 number, Sidney Fisher published his influential review of Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1853, and Edward Hale published his famous early review of Whitman's Leaves of Grass in January 1856. During the Civil War Lowell became editor and published influential articles on Lincoln and Seward. After the war he contributed the many important lectures on literature that made him famous. Important works from the 20th Century include The Ambassadors by Henry James serialized in twelve monthly issues in 1903, "A Paper on Free Verse" by Robert Bridges from 1922, and five short stores by John Steinbeck, two of which: "The Red Pony" (a.k.a. "The Gift") and "The Great Mountains," were later published as the first two chapters of The Red Pony.An ex-library set with ink stamps or bookplates on most front pastedowns, a small embossed stamp or occasional ink stamp on most title pages, and an occasional ink number stamp on some bottom page margins. The 13 volumes in contemporary half calf are scuffed and worn, thus good only, about ten volumes have a few loose or detached leaves, and one short story by Thomas Hardy was neatly removed from the October 1903 issue, else overall a very good set. A scarce large assemblage of first appearances of major American literary works and articles. A list of notable selections is available. .

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        The British Novelists; with an Essay, and Prefaces Biographical and Critical. 50 volumes complete.

      London; F C & J Rivington; W Lowndes; Scatcherd and Letterman J Nunn et al a very long list a new edition 2nd? 1820 - Fifty volumes complete, 12mo, contemporary full crimson morocco, the boards with triple gilt fillet and broad (for size of book) flower and leaf gilt roll within, corners gilt decorated, inner dentelles; the spine with three gilt ruled flatish raised bands, lettered direct in two compartments, the other two compartments fully and finely decorated, decoration at head and foot of spines, all edges gilt [volume 18 is in a 20C binding which attempts and rather successfully matches the other volumes; despite the tools being different it is more that the gilt is brighter that makes it stand out from its neighbours - I failed to spot it on my first, quick inspection.] Armorial bookplate of J.B. Parker on all front pastedowns save vol 18. Vols 1-8: Henry Fielding: Joseph Andrews; Vols. 9-15: Samuel Richardson: Sir Charles Grandison; Vols 16-17: De Foe: Robinson Crusoe; Vol 18 Henry Fielding: Joseph Andrews; Vols 19-21: The History of Tom Jones; Vol 22: Clara Reeve: The Old English Baron [and] Horace Walpole: The castle of Otranto; Vol 23. Mr. Coventry: History of Pompey the Little [and] Dr. Goldsmith: The Vicar of Wakefield; Vols 24-25: Mrs Lennox: The Female Quixote; Vol 26: Samuel Johnson: Rasselas [and] Dr. Hawksworth: Almoran and Hamet; Vol 27: Frances Brooke: Lady Juliet Mandeville [and] Mrs Inchbald: Nature and Art; Vol 28: Mrs Inchbald: A Simple Story; Vol 29: Henry Mackenzie: The Man of Feeling; Vols 30-31: Tobias Smollet: Humphrey Clinker; Vol 32-33: The Rev. Richard Graves: The Spiritual Quixote; Vols 34-35: Dr. Moore: Zeluco; Vols 36-37: Charlotte Smith: The Old Manor House; Vols 38-39: Fanny Burney: Evelina; Vols 40-42 Fanny Burney: Cecilia; Vols 43-44: Ann Radcliffe: Romance of the Forest; Vols 45-47: Ann Radcliffe: Mysteries of Udolpho; Vol 48 Bage: Man as he is not - Hermsprong; Vols 49-50: Maria Edgeworth: Belinda. Some little rubbing of extremities here and there but remains a rather pretty, sound, set. Will want extra postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Staniland (Booksellers) P.B.F.A.]
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        Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres, contenant 1. Un nouveau dictionnaire bibliographique. 2. Une table en forme de catalogue raisonne - [Complete in 4 volumes]

      Paris : chez l'auteur 1820 - Troisieme edition, augmentee de plus de deux mille articles, et d'un grand nombre de notes. Physical description; 4 vols. ; 21 cm (8vo). Subjects; Subject Bibliographies - Bibliographies. Universal. Bibliography - Universal catalogs. Bibliography - Rare Books. Notes; With half-titles. Language; French. Scattered, marginal foxing. Finely and sumptuously bound all in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the titles blocked direct in guilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in blind. An exceptional set - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 3 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Biblioteca poetica italiana scelta e pubblicata da A. Bottura.

      Lefevre,, Parigi, 1820 - Trenta volumi di cm. 10, pp. 300 ca. ciascuno. Varie antiporta illustrate (ritratti). Bella legatura coeva in piena pelle rossa, dorsi a piccoli nervi con filetti, fregi e titoli in oro su doppio tassello al dorso. Piatti inquadrati da fregi in oro e cornice a secco; tagli dorati, dentelles interne e sguardie marmorizzate. Bell'ex libris inciso alle sguardie (Paul Marissiaux). Qualche fioritura, perlopiù marginale, peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Raccolta completa dei testi più rappresentativi della letteratura classica italiana, da Dante a Pindemonte. Non comune a reperirsi completo di tutti i volumi e munito di una legatura perfetta ed assai decorativa come il presente esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        A Picturesque Tour Along the Rhine, from Mentz to Cologne: With Illustrations of the scenes, remarkable events, and of popular traditions. Embellished with twenty-four highly finished and coloured engravings, from the drawings of M. Schuetz; and accompanied by a map. Translated from the German by John Black.

      London, R. Ackermann, 1820 - Quarto (360 × 300 mm). Finely bound in green half morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe of London, raised bands, spine gilt, buckram boards. Light marginal spotting to a few plates and leaves, small repair to the margin on the Biebrich plate, minor offset from plates, else a very good copy. 24 hand-coloured aquatint plates and large folding map with colour highlights. First edition, with plates watermarked 1816–1820. In this copy the Mentz plate is dated October 1819 and the Biebrich plate is dated Septr. 1819. With the list of subscribers. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        A Picturesque Tour along the Rhine, from Mentz to Cologne: With Illustrations of the Scenes of Remarkable Events, and of Popular Traditions. Translated from the German by John Black.

      London Ackermann 1820 - XIV S., 1 Bl., 178 S. Mit 24 altkolorierten Aquatintatafeln von T. Sutherland und D. Havell nach Christian Georg (II.) Schütz sowie grenzkolorierter gestochener Faltkarte. Gr.-4° (34,5 x 29 cm). Grünes Halbmaroquin um 1900 mit Rückentitel, Rückenvergoldung und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt (signiert: "Sangorski & Sutcliffe"). Erste englische Ausgabe, das deutsche Original war 1819 in Wiesbaden ohne Illustrationen erschienen. Für die englische Ausgabe entwarf Schütz prachtvolle Aquatintaansichten von Bacharach, Bingen, Boppard, Braubach, Johannisberg, Koblenz, Köln, Mainz, Oberwesel, St. Goar etc., im vorliegenden Exemplar in Abdrucken vor der Numerierung auf Papier "Whatman 1818" und "1819". P. O. Rave gelten sie als "schönste Folge englischer Rheinstiche [.] Sie zeichnen sich durch eine köstliche Weichheit der plastischen Formung aus mit zart behandelten Übergängen der Tonwerte, wodurch eine gepflegte Einheitlichkeit des Bildganzen erzielt wird" (Rheinbilder der Romantik, in: Wallraff-Richartz-Jahrbuch, 1924). - Der Frankfurter Diplomat und Schriftsteller Gerning (1767-1837) war unter anderem Bundestagsbevollmächtigter von Hessen-Homburg und Direktor des Vereins für nassauische Altertumskunde. Seine langjährige Freundschaft mit Goethe zerbrach auch am Vorwurf der Undankbarkeit des großen Dichters: "So geschah mir's mit meinem deutschen Rheinwerk, und ich bin nun kein Narr, ihm noch die englischen Prachtkupfer obendrein zu spenden" (aus einem Brief Gernings an Karl Ludwig von Knebel, zitiert nach Bode, Johann Ludwig Christ, S. 436). - Vorderes Innengelenk aufgeplatzt, Buchblock aber fest eingehängt. Wie stets etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, acht Tafeln mit deutlicher Bräunung, die Ansicht von Mainz lose. Der elegante Einband minimal berieben, die Leinwandbezüge der Deckel mit schwachem Lichtrand. - Eines der schönsten Rheinbücher in sehr guter Erhaltung. *Abbey, Travel, 217. Schmitt, Rheinbeschreibungen, 84. Tooley 234. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel (VDA/ILAB)]
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      Joseph Appleyard, London 1820 - First complete collected edition in 76 issues of this literary periodical edited and most often cited as written by Hunt. Bound in 3/4 brown morocco over marbled paper boards, top edge gilt rest marbled. Issues start with number 1, Wed. Oct. 13, 1819 and continue through issue 52 (which is actually an index for the first year) Wed., Oct. 4, 1820. It then restarts with the next year actually numbered 1 again (eventually counted as 53) Oct. 11, 1820 through number 76, Wed., March 21, 1820. Each year's issues separately paginated. The closing issues last paragraph from Hunt thanks his supporters and gives "his fair readers" a kiss on the mouth. Contains a title page up front, laid paper flys, printed on wove paper. A few pages with old dog ear marks, VERY LITE THUMBING/TONING. Ex-libris George Merryweather, his bookplate inside front board. A fine copy of a scarce volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Thomas Bookseller]
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        2 Säulen. Oben mittig mit Monogrammsignatur und Bezeichnung "im Münster v. Ulm del". Radierung,

      ca. 1820. - Format (Platte): 183 x 126 mm. Blattgröße: 333 x 240 mm. *Stoll 216. - Andresen 227. - Darstellung von 2 Säulen mit Kapitalverzierungen auf getöntem Grund. Im unteren Teil drei eingeschaltete Szenen mit Ordensfiguren. Die Szene unten links zeigt eine Klosterzelle mit einem Mönch am Schreibtisch. Diese ist am Unterrand in der Platte in spiegelverkehrter Schrift betitelt: "Im Kloster von Paderborn". Diese Betitelung ist weder bei Stoll noch bei Andresen erwähnt, daher handelt es sich bei dem vorliegenden Abzug möglicherweise um eine Plattenvariante. Sehr seltene Arbeit von Grimm mit einer Zusammenstellung diverser Studien als Radierung, hier möglicherweise in einer in der Lit. nicht erwähnten Variante. - Ausgezeichneter Abzug mit gratig zeichnender Plattenkante, sauber und sehr gut erhalten mit breitem Rand. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 800

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        Geraniaceæ: The natural order of Gerania. Illustrated by coloured figures and descriptions; comprising the numerous and beautiful mule-varieties cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, with directions for their treatment, 5 volumes, complete.

      London: James Ridgeway, -. First edition. 1820 - Pp. (x), (200), (5, index), (2, errata); (iv), (200), (8, index); (iv), (200), (10, index); (ii), (200), (12, index); (2), (200), (4, index); 500 full-page hand-colored plates, 100 plates per volume, engraved by S. Watts after E.D. Smith, each accompanied by a leaf of descriptive text. Later half green calf with 5 raised bands and black morocco title and volume labels over original marbled boards, lg 8vo. One of the truly great flower books of the early 19th century with superb hand-colored plates. Rare as a complete set; volume 5 is considered the supplement volume and is often not found with this set. See Sitwell - Fine Flower Books, p. 141, Nissen, BBI, p. 178. Occasional mild offsetting from a few plates, some age toning to a few of the title pages, slight wear to the original boards, the text and beautiful hand-colored plates are bright and clean without foxing or browning, a tight, very good copy.

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        Ivanhoe A Romance. By "The Author of Waverley," &c. In Three Volumes.

      Edinburgh Printed for Archibald Constable 1820 - First Edition, First Issue in Boards, Uncut [SCOTT, Sir Walter]. Ivanhoe; A Romance. By "The Author of Waverley," &c. In Three Volumes. Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co. Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robinson, and Co., London, 1820. First edition, first issue, with all points listed by Worthington with one exception. Points in Volume I: pagination ends on p. 298; the formemark on p. [iii] is 9; the first word on p. iv, line 6, is "Peter;" p. v, line 12, the second and fourth words are "which," not the third word as noted in Worthington, but the formemark is 6; p. vi, line 14, the first word is "observed;" p. ix, line 1, there is no comma after "fought;" p. xii, line 5, there is no comma after "people;" p. xv, line 3, word six is "toilsome;" p. xvi, line 20, the first word is "ton;" there are no formemarks on pp. xvi, xix, or xxiv; p. xxviii has formemark 9; p. xxx has formemark 12; and p. xxix has a comma after the word "paste" in the first line. Three octavo volumes (7 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches; 198 x 120 mm.). [6], xxxiii, [1, blank], 158, 151-298; [4], 327, [1, blank]; [4], 371, [1, blank], [3, ads], [1, blank] pp. Complete with half-titles. Uncut in the original quarter dark green roan over reddish-brown boards. Smooth spines ruled and lettered in gilt. A remarkably fine and totally unsophisticated copy. Individually chemised and housed together in a quarter dark green morocco book-back slipcase. "‘Ivanhoe,’ which appeared at the end of 1819, marked a new departure. Scott was now drawing upon his reading instead of his personal experience, and the book has not the old merit of serious portraiture of real life. But its splendid audacity, its vivid presentation of mediæval life, and the dramatic vigour of the narrative, may atone for palpable anachronisms and melodramatic impossibilities. The story at once achieved the popularity which it has always enjoyed, and was more successful in England than any of the so-called ‘Scottish novels.’ It was Scott’s culminating success in a bookselling sense, and marked the highest point both of his literary and his social prosperity" (D.N.B.). Block, p. 209. Grolier, 100 English, 71. Todd and Bowden, Sir Walter Scott, 140Aa. Van Antwerp 9. Worthington 8. HBS 65268. $7,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Ancient Greece, Its Colonies and Conquests.

      London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, sixth edition 1820. - This is the rare eight-volume set of Gillies great classic, as published in 1820. Part 1 is the four-volume set of the History that first appeared in 1786: Part 2 is a four-volume "New Edition, with Corrections and Additions ". Gillies saw these eight volumes of the sixth edition as one work, and says in the Preface to Part 2 "In the compass of eight volumes, I have thus attempted a work.wanting in modern literature." The subtitle of Part 1 is "From the Earliest Accounts Till the Division of the Macedonian Empire in the East; Including the History of Literature, Philosophy, and the Fine Arts". The subtitle of Part 2 is "Embracing the History of the Ancient World, from the Dominion of Alexander to that of Augustus; With a survey of Preceding Periods, and a Continuation of the History of Arts and Letters". Part 1: Volume 1, xii+515 pp, with engraved folding map "of the Western Division of the Grecian Colonies, & Conquests"; Volume II, viii+413 pp; Volume III, viii+522 pp; Volume IV, viii+452+ 59 pp unpaginated Index. Part 2: Volume I, xv+563 pp. with engraved folding map of the Eastern Division of the Grecian Colonies and Conquests; Volume II, viii+570 pp; Volume III, viii+519 pp; Volume IV, viii+631pp, of which 525-631is the index. Bound in contemporary full polished calf, five panelled spines with decorative gilt panels and lining, with 13 original spine labels and 3 matching modern replacement labels. The set shows some wear, rubbing, etc, but it has been professionally restored, with spine extremities strengthened where neccessary. The maps are in very good condition, texts are tight and clean, there is some old worm damage to endpapers, there is the signature of Thomas B Parry on the title pages of each volume, and a longer inscription relating to the acquisition of the books on the front pastedown of the final volume. "Mr Parry, son-in-law to the Rev D MacDonald, Minister of Killean, Kintyre, Argylshire has had bequeathed to him all Mr Parry's Books, or rather presented to him by his daughter after her husband's death". The first edition was in London, as two vols in 1786, as well as a 1786 Dublin printing but in three vols. The 2nd edition was 1787 as four vols. The 3rd edition was 1792/93, the 4th in 1801 and the 5th in 1809. The 2nd ed. was printed in Paris in 1787 as six vols.

      [Bookseller: Saintfield Antiques & Fine Books]
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        Voyage dans l'Intérieur de l'Afrique fait en 1795, 1796, 1797 par M. Mungo Park. Traduit de l'anglais sur la seconde édition par J. Castéra (2 Tomes - Complet) [ Suivi de : ] Second Voyage de Mungo Park dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique, pendant l'année 1805

      Dentu et Carteret J. G. Dentu 1820 - 3 vol. in-8 reliure uniforme de l'époque (1820) demi-basane marron, dos à faux-nerfs à la grecque, Dentu et Carteret (Voyage), J. G. Dentu (Second Voyage), An VIII (1800) et 1820, Voyage : frontispice (portrait de Mungo Park), XII-411 pp. (Tome I) et 2 ff. n. ch.(faux-titre et titre), 376 pp. (Tome II), avec 1 carte dépliante (sur les 3) et 5 planches hors texte (dont le frontipsice) / Second Voyage : frontispice (portrait de Mungo Park) 2 ff. n. ch.(faux-titre et titre), iv pp. (préface), CLXXI pp. (Vie de Mungo Park), 245 pp., avec 8 planches hors texte (sans la carte dépliante) / Titre complet : oyage dans l'Intérieur de l'Afrique fait en 1795, 1796, 1797 par M. Mungo Park, envoyé par la Société d'Afrique établie à Londres ; avec des éclaircissemens sur la Géographie de l'intérieur de l'Afrique, par le Major Rennell . Traduit de l'anglais sur la seconde édition par J. Castéra - Second Voyage de Mungo Park dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique pendant l'année 1805 ; précédé d'une notice historique et biographique sur la mort de ce célèbre voyageur, composé d'après des documens officiels et particuliers relatifs à ce voyage, et communiqués par sa famille, traduit de l'anglais sur la 2e édition, avec des additions tirées de la Narration de Robert Adams en Afrique, en 1810 Manquent 3 cartes (avec la seule carte des Variations de la Boussole dans le premier titre), rel. frottées avec petits accrocs, 2 ff. débrochés, bonne fraîcheur intérieure par ailleurs. Ces 2 traductions des voyages africains de Mungo Park sont peu courantes. Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The angler's progress: a poem. Developing the pleasures the angler receives from the dawn of the propensity in infancy, till the period of his becoming a complete angler. The second edition. Illustrated with twelve elegant and appropriate wood cuts.

      London. Printed for J. H. Burn, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. 1820 - [10], 157,[1],155-161,[13]p. [8] leaves of plates. Imprimatur on verso of the first leaf. Contemporary or early eighteenth century calf, black label "Navigation". A fine copy crisp and clean internally. From the library of the Earls of Macclesfield with the bookplate of the South Library. Not in Wing. L only in ESTC on-line. Not in Taylor Mathematical practitioners in Tudor and Stewart England (But see No 391, 405, 408, and 429 for other editions). This book was clearly written, and issued, in stages; something which the ESTC on-line entry does not make at all clear. First issued in 1678, in 4to. Re-issued in 1680. Again in 3 separate issues of 1684, undifferentiated in Wing. (a) The first state ended at Page 88 with the word "Finis", under which is an advertisement; "There will be Published the Practical part of the Sea with some Queries in Astronomy, useful in navigation, by the same Author." This issue had five plates, four of them folding. (b) An issue with 110 pages. This issue adds an "Appendix", pages 89-110, gatherings G and H (G7,H4), and had an additional folding plate at page 95: making 6 plates, five of them folding. This issue retains the words "Finis" and the advt. at the bottom of page 88 (and so presumably contains a reissue of the earlier sheets). (c) An issue of 157,[1] pages. This issue adds pages 111-157, and adds two further plates; making a complete tally of 8 plates, 7 of them folding. This issue retains "Finis" at the bottom of page 88 and at p. 110, again suggesting re-use of the original sheets. Our issue of 1687 is the last and most complete. This also retains the word "Finis" at the bottom of pages 88 and 110. This edition adds considerably to the wording on the title page describing the additional contents. In this edition an extra preliminary leaf, an imprimatur, is added producing a final collation of [10], 157,[1], 155-161 [i.e. 159-165],[13]p. [8] leaves of plates. New text added here in the final 12 unnumbered pages concerns Blackborow's dispute with Flamsteed. Entitled "A Letter from a worthy friend concerning Mr. Flamsteed's behaviour in this controversy" it is signed "B.D", Dated "Received the 16th of October, 1686", it is thus clearly first issued here. Blackborow was a strong anti-Copernican and adds to his critical analysis of Bond's calculations arguments against the earth's motion based on the absence of solar and stellar paralax which he expected to be clearly noticeable if the earth revolved about the sun. Throughout the work Blackborow uses the meridian and parallel of the "Lyzard" and of "Bermudas" to exemplify his argument. The lively letter addressed to Blackborow, (but perhaps by him?) here first added commends Blackborow for his honourable desire to save the lives of sailors and speaks of his "long and diligent application to Sea-affairs." He confirms that the adherence of modern navigators to Mercator "is a very great and hazardous mistake" and condemns Flamsteed whom he calls a "pugnatious little man" for his campaign of running round the coffee houses denigrating Blackborow's treatise. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Notes sur la théorie des ondes donnée par M. Poisson (voyez Académie Royale des Sciences de Paris année 1816). Lu a la séance du 27 février 1820.

      Accademia delle Scienze,, Torino, 1820 - In-4° (270x215mm), pp. (2), 113-151, legatura moderna m. pelle con titolo impresso verticalmente in oro al dorso. Piatti in cartone marmorizzato. Conservate all'interno le brossure originali in marmorizzatura rosa. Dedica autografa del Plana alla prima c. bianca: "A Monsieur Gautier Docteur ès sciences de l'Académie de Paris. De la parte de l'Auteur". Ottimo e marginoso esemplare. Prima edizione a sé, rarissima; estratto dai "Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences de Turin", vol. XXV, del 1820. Importante contributo planiano di analisi matematica. Il Plana (Voghera, 1781-Torino, 1864), fu allievo a Parigi di Lagrange e Legendre, professore di astronomia all'Università di Torino dal 1811. Le sue ricerche più significative riguardano il moto lunare; esse, condotte inizialmente insieme con Francesco Carlini, confluirono nell'importante opera Théorie du mouvement de la lune (1832). Compì inoltre importanti ricerche sulla geodia, la fisica matematica e la meccanica celeste. La sua celebrità gli deriva non solo da tali studi e dall'essere egli stato il direttore dell’Osservatorio Astronomico torinese dopo il proprio maestro, Giovan Battista Beccaria, ma anche per dal cattivo carattere. che lo portò a scontrarsi con altre illustri personalità del suo tempo; la lunga polemica che ebbe con Laplace ebbe poi una conclusione a suo favore per ammissione dello stesso astronomo francese nel Traité de mèchanique céleste. Egli lasciò una cospicua serie di manoscritti all’Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, della quale fu Presidente dal 1851 sino alla morte. Fu inoltre socio dell’Académie des Sciences di Parigi e delle Royal Society di Londra (dal 1827) e di Edimburgo (dal 1835). Ronalds, 400-401. Poggendorff, II, 460. Catalogue of the Crawford Library of the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, p. 360. D.S.B., XI, 6-7. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Memorie istoriche dei sette comuni vicentini: opera postuma.: Memorie istoriche delle popolazioni alpine dette cimbriche e vocabolarj de’ loro dialetti v. 1. che contiene le memorie v. 2. che contiene i vocabolarj.

      Paroni, Vicenza. 1820 - Poche furono le opere delle quali il Dal Pozzo poté vedere la stampa: qualche poesia occasionata da eventi di importanti famiglie a Lui conosciute e poi la genesi della Beata Giovanna Maria Bonomo. Solo nel 1820, dopo la Sua morte, trovarono luce le "Memorie Istoriche dei Sette Comuni". Lo scritto è una delle più ricercate pubblicazioni relative all’altopiano dei Sette Comuni. Formato: XI, 408 p., 22 cm, cart. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo, piccoli difetti alla legatura soprattutto al dorso.

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        Genio constitucional. @Nos. 1-77 and 7 supplements (6 numbered and 1 unnumbered), a complete run.

      Porto, [colophon] na Typ. de Viuva Alvarez Ribeiro & Filhos, October 2-December 30, 1820. - Masthead has woodcut depicting a winged cherub with torch and trumpet. Each issue with 4 pp.; supplements range from 1 to 4 pp. 77 issues and 7 supplements in 1 volume. 4°, contemporary paste paper wrappers (spine reinforced and chipped). Uncut. Faint staining to inner margin, minor soiling and stains. Internally in fine condition, overall very good. 77 issues and 7 supplements in 1 volume. ---- FIRST EDITION, a very rare COMPLETE RUN of this liberal journal, with what may be the earliest published work by Almeida Garrett.The @Genio (edited by Alfredo Braga and António Luís de Abreu) commenced publication shortly after the Porto military uprising of August 24, 1820. The revolt, which toppled the regency of Marshal Beresford, prompted a veritable revolution in Portuguese institutions and the decisive (if short-lived) triumph of liberalism. The @Genio constitucional provides almost daily coverage of political developments in Porto, Lisbon, and elsewhere in Portugal as new political institutions emerged under the direction of the Junta Provisional, leading to the election of representatives to the new Côrtes Constituintes in December 1820. In its editorials, the @Genio constitucional strongly supports the adoption of a liberal constitution similar to the Spanish constitution of 1812, but opposes those who would unite Spain and Portugal under one liberal government. Considerable space is also given to foreign news - particularly reaction in England and elsewhere to the Portuguese revolution - and to the formation of the Sociedade Promotora da Agricultura, das Artes, e da Industria em Geral.The @Supplemento ao Genio constitutional Nº 60 (9 December 1820) contains what is perhaps the @first published work of João Baptista da Silva d'Almeida, Visconde de Almeida Garrett: a letter, written on behalf of the Corpo Academico of the Universidade de Coimbra, protesting their disenfranchisement in the election of representatives to the Côrtes. His earliest works were previously believed to date to 1821: the @O dia vinte quatro d'Agosto. Anno I (in support of the Porto uprising), the @Versos ao Corpo Academico, and the controversial @Retrato de Venus, 1821.Almeida Garrett (1799-1854) was a man of great talent and far-reaching interests: "As journalist, founder and editor of several short-lived newspapers, as a stylist and master of prose, his country's chief lyric poet in the first half of the nineteenth century . . . and greatest dramatist since the sixteenth; as politician and one of the most eloquent of all Portugal's orators, an enthusiastic if unscientific folk-lorist, a novelist, critic, diplomatist, soldier, jurist and judge, Almeida Garrett played many parts and with success" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature pp. 288-89).---- Rafael & Santos, @Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 2553: calling for 77 issues, not mentioning the supplements. Universidade de Coimbra, @Publicações periódicas portuguesas 1120: calling for 77 issues and an unspecified number of supplements. Cunha, @Elementos para a história da imprensa periódica portuguesa 160. Not in Innocencio; see III, 313, where the @Versos ao Corpo Academico, 1821, are referred to as the Almeida Garrett's first published work; see also @Aditamentos p. 193 for reference to @Hymno patriotico, Porto 1820. Silva Pereira, @Jornalismo portuguez p. 12. Not in Welsh or @Greenlee Catalogue. Not in @Union List of Serials. Not located in NUC. OCLC: 24031629 (2 copies at Harvard University, one with the issues unspecified, the other with 77 issues + 7 supplements); 497348161 (British Library, with only 76 issues). Porbase (without saying which are complete runs) locates 3 copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 4 at the Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, and 1 each at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and the Universidade de Coimbra. Copac repeats the British Library. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Itinerario italiano o sia descrizione dei viaggi per le strade più frequentate alle principali città d'Italia coll'indicazione delle distanze in poste, in miglia, in ore e minuti; dei migliori alberghi; degli oggetti più interessanti di Belle Arti, Antiquaria e Storia Naturale; delle principali produzioni e manifatture locali, e delle altre cognizioni più vantaggiose ai viaggiatori. Con diciassette carte geografiche. Duodecima edizione milanese accresciuta dei Viaggi da Milano a Parigi.

      Pietro e Giuseppe Vallardi,, Milano, 1820 - In-8° (188x118mm), pp. (1), XL, (1), 297 + 23 di "Catalogo dei libri di proprio fondo o che trovansi in maggiore numero presso la Ditta Pietro e Giuseppe Vallardi di Milano", legatura del tempo m. pelle marrone e angoli con titolo in oro su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso. Piatti in cartone marmorizzato. Tagli marmorizzati. Complessive 17 tavole ripiegate f.t., di cui una all'antiporta, finemente incise su rame, raffiguranti una cartografia generale dell'Italia, le distanze tra le principali città europee espresse in leghe postali, i principali itinerari all'interno del territorio peninsulare. Svariate tabelle n.t. Indici delle località principali in fine. Usuali fioriture e tracce d'uso, ma buon esemplare nell'insieme, assai inconsulto da trovare completo di tutte le 17 calcografie. Duodecima edizione milanese di fortunatissima e tuttora ricercata guida d'Italia vallardiana, "accresciuta dei Viaggi da Milano a Parigi passando dal Sempione e Monte Cenisio, e da Milano a Vienna passando per la Ponteba, Trento, e Salisburgo, ed anche del Quadro delle distanze, ridotte in leghe, delle principali Città di commercio dell'Europa". L'opera, mirabile per precisione ed esaustività, illustra le distanze fra i vari centri, i migliori alberghi, la monetazione, gli oggetti più rimarchevoli di antichità e belle arti, le produzioni industriali e gli scambi commerciali, i servizi postali, le ferrovie, le tariffe, costituendo anche un utile prospetto socio-economico dell'Italia del tempo. La presente edizione è ricorretta e accresciuta rispetto alle precedenti. Olschki, 1441 (ed. del 1822). Fossati Bellani, I, p. 200, n. 486. Manca al Cremonini. Cfr. Pescarsoli, I, 191, n. 464 e E. Rocco, Anonimi e pseudonimi italiani, p. 171. Passano, p. 171 (edizione milanese in francese del 1817). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Costumes civils et militaires de la Monarchie française depuis 1200 jusqu'à 1820.

      Delpech, Paris, (1820). - 240 X 320 mm. 4 tomes reliés demi-basane rouge à coins, dos lisse orné en long à chaud, non rogné (rel. de l'ép.). Rare série complète de 380 planches lithographiées par F. Delpech et coloriées. (Colas 1807). Minimes traces d'usage à la reliure, quelques feuillets légèrement roussis. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Apologia dialogal visita aos visitadores, e exame nos examinadores: conversação entre dois boticarios, hum provinciano e outro lisbonense. He o seu objecto principal avaliar a utilidade de algumas formulas, e preparações pharmaceuticas, que o boticario Antonio José de Souza Pinto publicou em huma só folha volante, que fez distribuir gratuitamente com a Gazeta de 25 de Setembro de 1817, e reprehender huma orgulhosissima, e muito descortez Analyse, que publicarão tres boticarios, João Antonio Carreira, José da Silva Pinheiro, e Joaquim Ignacio Moreira.

      Lisbon, Impressão Regia, 1820. - Woodcut royal arms of Portugal on title-page. 138 pp., (2 ll.), 1 blank l. 2 works bound in 1 volume. 4°, contemporary mottled sheep (some minor defects), flat spine with gilt fillets, crimson leather lettering piece, gilt letter, marbled endleaves, text-block edges tinted olive (faded). Occasional very slight soiling. Overall in fine condition. 2 works bound in 1 volume. ---- FIRST (and ONLY?) EDITION. A pharmacological duel: the first work in the volume is a response to the second. The second repeats and critiques ten recipes that involve soap, tin, and nitric ether, among other ingredients.Born in Trafaria, across the Tejo from Lisbon, Sousa Pinto (1777-1853) traveled to Lisbon, became a pharmacologist when he was barely 20, and opened a pharmacy. He was also director of the Hospital of S. Lazaro.---- Lisbon, Faculdade de Medicina, @Catálogo da colecção portuguesa I, 249. Not located in Pires de Lima, @Catálogo da Bibliotheca da Escola Medico-Cirurgica do Porto. Not located in @BLC. @NUC: DNLM. NUC: DNLM. ---- BOUND WITH: @CARREIRA, João Antonio, José da Silva Pinheiro and Joaquim Ignacio Moreira. @Analyse da folha que o boticario Antonio José de Sousa Pinto publicou, e distribuio com a Gazeta de 25 de Setembro proximo passado ? Lisbon: Impressão Regia, 1817, novamente reimpresso ? no anno de 1820.@* Lisbon, Faculdade de Medicina, @Catálogo da colecção portuguesa I, 60. Pires de Lima, @Catálogo da Bibliotheca da Escola Medico-Cirurgica do Porto 841: locating only this edition. Not located in @BLC or @NUC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Manuel d'ornithologie, ou tableau systématique des oiseaux qui se trouvent en Europe; précédé d'une analyse du système général d'ornithologie, et suivi d'une table alphabétique des espèces.

      - Seconde édition, considérablement augmentée et mise au niveau des découvertes nouvelles. Paris, H. Cousin & E. d'Ocagne, 1820-1842. 6 volumes (4 text- & 2 atlas-volumes). 8vo. (I:) pp. (4), cxii, 1-439, (1); (II:) pp. (4), 441-950; (III:) pp. (4), lxxxiv, 1-305, (1); (IV:) pp. (4), 307-691, (3); (Atlas:) With 530 handcoloured lithographed plates. Contemporary half brown calf, spines gilt (a bit rubbed; text) & contemporary half green calf, gilt spines with 4 raised bands and gilt lettering (atlas). Anker 523 (listing only the atlas by Werner): "The figures on these plates were intended as illustrations to Temminck's 'Manuel d'ornithologie', second edition, 1820-40, a handbook on the birds of Europe"; Nissen IVB, 979; Wood 622 (listing a copy with 516 plates only !): "The second edition of this important handbook was much enlarged to include some of the non-European avifauna, and to furnish a description or mention of species new to science"; Zimmer II, 668-669. Letterpress of 30 pages of the atlas (i.e titles & list of depicted species) not present. The atlas - consisting of very finely handcoloured lithographs - has been published in 53 parts with 10 plates each. All figures are lithographed by Langlumé and A. Belin after drawings by Werner. A good set of this rare ornithological handbook. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picturesque Tour from Geneva to Milan, by way of the Simplon: illustrated with thirty six coloured views of the most striking scenes and of the principal works belonging to the new road constructed over that mountain, engraved from designs by J. and J. Lory, of Neufchatel; and accompanied with particulars historicals and descriptive

      Ackermann,, London, 1820 - Cm. 27, pp. (8) 136 + (2) con l'indice delle tavole. Una carta geografica all'antiporta e 36 belle tavole fuori testo all’acquatinta con coloritura coeva. Solida legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con ampie punte, dorso liscio con titoli in oro. Sguardie marmorizzate. Esemplare pulito ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Celebre opera che illustra il percorso alpino tra Ginevra e Milano. Molto affascinanti le vedute che riguardano il Monte Rosa, il Sempione e i suoi ponti, Crevola, Val d’Ossola, Villa d’Ossola, Baveno, il Lago Maggiore, Arona, Sesto. ecc. Edizione celebrata da tutte le bibliografie alpine, di viaggio e di storia locale del norditalia. Cfr. almeno Fiammetta Olschki (viaggi in Italia) n. 608. Non comune, soprattutto quando completa di tutte le tavole e ben conservato come il presente esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Edinburgh, Printed for Archibald Constable and Co. Edinburgh, and Hurst, Robinson and Co. 1820 - Three volumes. Size of the binding: 4 7/8 in. x 8 in. Vol. I: Half-title, title page, advertisement leaf, second half-title. [i]-xxxiii, [1]-298 pp. with imprint at the bottom of page 298; Vol. II: [4], [1]-327 pp., with the imprint at the bottom of p. 327; Vol. III: [4], [1]-371 pp., with the imprint at the bottom of p. 371 + a 3-page publisher's catalogue. Half-titles and second half-titles are present in all volumes. On the title page of Vol. I, the "!" is over the "or" in the name "Prior." The rule measures 10 mm. Vol. I contains a number of mis-numbered pages; e.g., page 159 is mis-numbered "151," and the following pages through to "298" [306]. On p. 296, line 11, the dialogue ending with the word "journey" closes with a single apostrophe instead of the required double. There is no figure on p. 297. On Page [1], the ""P" of the name "ope" in the quotation falls under the "l," not the "ul," of the word "ungrateful." Vol. III, p. 187, line 17 shows the word "frequent" instead of "pregnant." Todd & Bowden: variants for 1st issue (at p. 504): Variant press figures in this copy: Volume 1: p. 44 figure 2 instead of 10, p. 101 lacks figure 2, p. 148 lacks figure 14 but has figure 4 at p. 154, p. 297 lacks figure 3; Volume 2: p. 71 figure 5 instead of 13, p. 244 no figure instead of figure 3. There are repaired tears to page margins: Volume 2: p. 83 top edge, p. 99 fore-edge, Volume 3: p. 349 top edge. Bound in full, dark brown morocco leather by Zaehnsdorf, with their gilt stamp on the lower front inner turn-in, five raised bands on the spine, with gilt titling, double-line borders, and richly gilt inner dentelles, brown watered silk endpapers, top-edge gilt. Fading to the spines and cover margins. The fore and lower edges of the book have not been trimmed in binding. A few pages show some light, scattered tan-spotting. With the bookplate of Cleveland, Ohio based book collector, William G. Mather (1857-1951), on the reverse of the front free endpaper. Weight: 4 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DE LA DOMINACION DE LOS ARABES EN ESPAÑA, sacada de varios manuscritos y memorias arábigas. Por. del Gremio y Claustro de la Universidad de Alcalá, individuo de número de la Academia Española, y de la Historia.

      Imp. que fue de García, Madrid 1820 - 3 tomos enc. en 2 vols. 21x15, XIVp (incl. port, tostadas), 635p (desde p.298 págs. levemente tostadas o tostadas) = port, 456 (desde p.169 levemente tostadas) = XXp, 268p (levemente tostadas), 6 láms (mancha hum. margen sup. Hol. puntas roz. - Primera edición. Palau 59016. Esta obra precursora tuvo un gran éxito y fue, durante muchos años, la base para toda noticia. En 1840 Dozy acusó a Conde de ignorante, falsario e impostor, pero esa acusación es manifiestamente injusta. 1820-1821

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        DIVINA COMMEDIA Illustrata di Note Da Romualdo Zotti [Dell Inferno; Del Purgatorio; Il Paradiso; Vita di Dante]

      London Presso di R. Zotti 1819-1820 - 3 volumes. The second of Zotti’s two rare Italian editions printed in England, revised and with expanded notes and commentary. With an engraved portrait frontispiece of Dante in volume one. 8vo, full contemporary dark calf, the boards with a rolled frame in blind, the spines gilt tooled flat bands creating compartments with either gilt lettering or central gilt tooled devices, fine marbled endpapers and blind stippled turn-ins and board edges. lii, 463; 455; 491 pp. A fine and beautiful set, internally as fresh, clean and solid as could be found, appearing nearly unused and beautifully preserved. The contemporary calf bindings very handsome and proper, also beautifully preserved, one hinge of volume three quite tender, easily repairable. RARE, OF ZOTTI’S TWO PRINTINGS OF DANTE THE TOTAL NUMBER LISTED IN LIBRARY HOLDINGS IS ONLY 43 COPIES, AND THIS EDITION BEING ONLY 23 OF THOSE. Of these listed, some are incomplete and most do not have the portrait of Dante. Zotti, an Italian printer living in London but publishing in Italian was an important figure in the importation of Italian literature into the English speaking world. It is in no way surprising that this, Zotti’s second edition of Dante, was printed the same year as the first complete modern English translation. Zotti’s Dante includes important notes and commentary, Zotti’s introduction, and a ‘Vita’ edited from that of Girolamo Tiraboschi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London 1820 - "Compiled entirely from the Polish system, instituted by Marshal Prince Joseph Poniatowski, and General Count Corvin Krasinski, and adapted to the formations, movements, and exercise of the British Cavalry. To which is affixed an historical account of the most celebrated banners and orders of chivalry, being emblematic and descriptive of the origin and honor formerly attached to bearing gonfanons, or gonfalons, chivalric banners, and lances." Marbled endpapers. The attractive old binding is probably mid-nineteenth century. Spine with six panels, two leathers spine labels and gilt rules. Top edge gilt , others untrimmed. Fine hand-colored frontispiece, a folded engraving of Poniatowski astride his horse in full regalia. Nineteen full-page plates throughout the text. Bound with the half-title. Very light foxing and spotting. Several manuscript corrections in ink in an old hand. [ blank, half-title, frontispiece, xiii, {iii}, 149, blank]. Quite a handsome copy of a rare work on the use of the lance. OCLC Worldcat lists five libraries throughout the world with the book. ABPC and ESTC list no copies. Montmorency (1778-1827) was a strong proponent of the use of the lance. He studied the Polish system and recommended it to be used in the exercises of the British Cavalry. In 1816 four regiments of British Lancer was formed. This publication was to be used as a correct guide. Thimm 187. Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Medêa Tragedia de Longepierre. Traduzida em verso Portuguez." Manuscript on paper, in Portuguese.

      , , @Ca. 1820?. - Written in ink, in a small, very legible hand. Title page has ruled border and text in 2 colors. Calligraphic flourishes at the end of acts. Red rules on right and left (faded). (5, 1 blank), 39, (1 blank) ll.; f. 39 is blank except for the foliation; apparently lacking a dedication leaf preceding the first leaf. 4° (21.5 x 16 cm.), contemporary crimson straight-grained morocco (faint circular stain on front cover; minor wear at corners, occasionally elsewhere; single tiny round wormhole near head of spine, covers a bit warped), flat spine gilt with black leather lettering-piece, covers with rich gilt borders and small gilt stylized wheel or floral vignette at center, edges of covers double-ruled in gilt, marbled endleaves, all text-block edges gilt. Very attractive and clean. Internally in fine condition. Overall very good to fine. Foliated by the same hand as the text. Stamp and stamped accession number of Dr. José Bayolo Pacheco de Amorim on front free endleaf verso. ---- Manuscript copy of a five-act tragedy in rhymed verse. The translator, Victor Profirio de Borja, was a Portuguese actor who emigrated to Brazil in the early nineteenth century. Around 1815 he attempted to establish a rival to the Real Teatro São João (founded in 1813), buying land for the purpose of building a theater in Rua Lavradio, Rio de Janeiro. Borja acted in Rio de Janeiro in the 1820s, and according to Sacramento Blake, published a small folio volume entitled @Plano para a edificação de um teatro publico, Rio de Janeiro, 1824. He is considered a Brazilian by virtue of having been in Brazil and sworn allegiance to the 1824 Brazilian constitution. It is not known if this translation of Medêa was staged in Rio de Janeiro at the time. The first leaf contains a dedication signed by Borja to an "amigo", including twelve lines of verse addressing the dedicatee with the familiar form of "you." The leaf preceding this, which presumably had the name of the dedicatee, has been removed.Longepierre's @Médée was first published in 1694 and performed that year at the Théâtre de la rue des Fossés Saint-Germain, Paris. Despite Longpierre's denials, it bears strong similarities to Corneille's version, which had been published in 1639. The major differences are in Act IV,where the character Aegeus is eliminated and Medea's reason for vengeance toward Jason is developed. In the preface Longepierre directly answers the accusation that he copied this work from Corneille. He says he is going back to the style of the ancients for drama: modern, frivolous style is inappropriate for tragedy. If his @Medea is similar to Corneille's, it's because both of them use Seneca's @Medea as their starting point. He admires Corneille, he says, but this play isn't based on Corneille's work.When Borja wrote his translation in the early nineteenth century, the Longepierre version was more popular than that of Corneille. Performed only sixteen times until 1728, the revival of the Longepierre play was greatly enhanced through the acting abilites of Mlle. Balicour in the leading role. It remained in the repertory for 90 years, being produced 146 times, and was also parodied by Donique and Riccoboni in Italian, @La Méchante femme, October 29, 1728, at the Theatre Italien. Both La Harpe and Voltaire (with reservations) preferred this version to Corneille's.M. Hilaire-Bernard de Requeleyne, Baron de Longepierre (1659-1721), was a tutor to French princes and considered the finest bibliophile of his generation. His Greek was sufficient to publish translations of Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, and Moschus. Greatly interested in theater, he wrote @Parallèle de Corneille et Racine, 1686. In addition to @Médée, he composed @Sésostris (1694) and @Electre (1702).---- See Sacramento Blake, VII, 382, giving the name as Victor Porphirio de Borja. Significant parts of the above are based on research provided by Gordon Hollis, and we thank him for permission to use same. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        FOREIGN FIELD SPORTS, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes, &c.

      London W. Gillings (c. 1820) - With 50 beautifully hand-coloured plates. Small folio, handsome contemporary straight grain dark green morocco rebacked to style, gilt bands on the spine, the covers with wide gilt and blind-tooled borders, a.e.g. 79 text plus plates. A nice copy with the plates in clean condition. ONE OF THE GREAT OLD COLOURPLATE BOOKS. The earliest editions of this work (Tooley 226) contained 110 plates, and Tooley mentions another issue but does not indicate that fewer plates were included. The plates are dated 1813 but not watermarked; the second edition was published in 1819. Includes four illustrations of whaling. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Geographical, Statistical, and Historical description of Hindostan, and the adjacent countries. In two volumes.

      John Murray, London 1820 - 2 volumes bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards, each with 4 raised and gilt bands. Gilt title and volume number in 2 compartments, others plain. Boards a little worn and some minor chipping and wear to edges and a little loss from marbled coverings. Book edges red speckled. Vol. I - very light foxing and browning to most pages. Book tight and with no inscriptions. Linen-backed fold-out map measuring 64cm wide by 78cm high showing India divided into provinces in coloured lines and dated 1820. the map is dated 1820 and published by Murray and is in very good condition. Back of map lightly browned. Covers the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, Allahabad, Oude, Agra, Delhi, Lahore, Cashmere, Ajmeer, Mooltan, Cutch, Gujerat, Malwah. Pp. xlii, 766. Vol. II - Light foxing and browning throughout. Map of India as frontis entitled 'Index to the map of India' showing the provinces as at 1820. Tight, sound volume. Covers the provinces of Gundwana, Orissa, The northern Circars, Khandesh, Berar, Beeder, Hyderabad, Aurungabad, Bejapoor, Canara, Malabar, Cochin, Travancore, Coimbatoor, Salem and Barramahal, The Carnatic, Ceylon, Northern Hindstan and countries adjacent to Hindostan - Baloochistan, Afghanistan, Tibet, Bootan, Assam, States adjacent to Assam, Ava and the Birman Empire. Pp. iv, 831 including Index, Glossary, List of Authorities and Addendum listing Presidents in Bengal and Governors General from 1748. Heavy set which may require additional postal charge at cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SCHOLEFIED, Radcliffe. Love to Enemies Explained and Recommended, in a Discourse, Delivered to the Two Societies of the Old and New Meetings, in Birmingham. Deritend: Printed by J. Belcher 1791. (viii), 24 pp. An Abstract of. An Appendix to the Sacred Tragedy. [n.d., 1737]. viii, 17, (1) pp. BLACOW: The Defence of the Rev. Richard Blacow, Addressed to the Jury, in the Court at Lancaster. for a Libel against the Queen, with Notes on the Whig-Radical Faction. To which is prefixed, the Sermon that was read in evidence. London: Printed and Published for the Author 1822. (ii), 120 pp. The Operatives, a Genteel Comedy, in three acts. Edinburgh: Printed for R. Miller 1827. (ii), 25, (1) pp. The Queen that Jack Found. London: John Fairburn 1820. Si

      - Seven works in one volume, 8vo. Upper wrapper of Blacow’s Defence bound in, "The Queen that Jack Found" with 13 woodcuts - 12 by George Cruikshank - and bound without the advertisements, Osmer’s Dissertation lacking one leaf (pp 43/4). Some light foxing and soiling, old manuscript contents list to front blank, marbled endpapers, sides and edges, bookplates to paste down and fly leaf. 19th century half calf, slightly worn, rebacked with a black label reading "Pamphlets". A varied collection of 18th and 19th century works, including several very rare items. Scholefield’s sermon followed the riots and destruction of the Dissenters’ chapels in Birmingham. The Abstract and Appendix to the Sacred Tragedy are removed from a larger work. Rev. Richard Blacow was convicted of libel, having referred to Queen Caroline in a sermon as "the Goddess of Lust", and she is also the subject of the lively poem "The Queen That Jack Found", which contains caricatures of the royal couple and other public figures. Freer’s paper on syphilis was his only published work. Only two copies (Oxford and Cambridge) located of Blacow’s Defence, and one (Edinburgh) of the play "The Operatives". Osmer’s "Dissertation on Horses" is a very scarce work in any edition with only three copies appearing at auction in the last 30 years. Cohn 679.

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        Raccolta di 18 placchette di fiabe, istorii e canti popolari italiane: Vita di Guerrino detto il Meschino; Istoria di Piramo e Tisbe; della Regina Stella e Mattabruna; di Liombruno; di Florindo e Chiara Stella; Diana Infedele di Baruccabà; La Salamandra;

      Todi ; Lucca ; Bassano : Domenico Marescandoli & altri, circa 1810-1820 - ~ Il nostro esemplare è il numero No. 1456 del catalogo: "Catalogue de la bibliothèque de M.L****: dont la vente se fera le 28 juin 1847. Chez L. C. Silvestre et P. Jannet, Libraires, Paris" ~ 1. Istoria della vita di Guerrino detto il Meschino - In Todi (24p) && 2. Lo scoglio della Umanità : Avvertimento utile e necessario alli Giovanotti per non trattare le donne - In Todi (24p) && 3. Istoria di Piramo e Tisbe e della loro compassionevole morte accaduta per causa di un Leone - In Todi (24p) && 4. Istoria della Regina Stella e Mattabruna - In Todi (23p) && 5. Bellissima istoria di Liombruno - In Todi (23p) && 6. La bellissima istoria di gran compassione di un infelice caso successo per cagion d'amore tra Gio. Fiore e Filomena seguito nel Monte di Fiesole poco lontano dalla Città di Firenze. Data in luoe (sic) da Francesco Petrini - In Todi (24p) && 7. Istoria di Florindo e Chiara Stella. Dove s'intende vari avvenimenti di due Amanti con felice fine - In Todi (24p) && 8. Composizione nuova dove s'intende la vita che tenne Giuseppe Mastrilli di Terracina. Che per amore cadde in molti omicidi e fu bandito dagli stati di Napoli, e Roma in pena di forca e squarto, e scampato durante la sua vita dalle mani della giustizia, se ne mori nel suo letto pentito del tutto de suoi misfatti - In Todi (12p) && 9. Diana Infedele di Baruccabà. Seconde nozze con la bella. Fuga di essa con due Mercanti, e morte dello Sposo Baruccabà, e del Rabbino ed il suo ritrovamento in Venezia, abbandonata dalli due Mercanti misfatti - In Todi (24p) && 10. Il Nuovo ospedale fatto dalla compagnia de'rovinati. Opera curiosa, e dilettevole da leggersi - In Lucca (12p) && 11. Metodo di vivere ovvero capitoli da osservarsi dalla miserabile compagnia delle spiantati. Dati alla luce dal Fondatore della medesima - In Bassano (24p) && 12. Crudeltà non più udita tra Pescia e Pistoia. Di una Donna che disdisse il latte ad un suo Nipote, e lo promesse a un Serpente infernale, dove per permissione di Dio fu sotterrata col serpente in sepoltura. In ottava rima - In Lucca : Presso Domenico Marescandoli (12p) && 13. Istoria dove si contiene la liberazione della città di Strigonia con la morte che fece il Gran Visire - In Todi (12p) && 14. Morte di Luigi XVI Re di Francia. Con una breve Analisi dell'origine e progressi della Rivoluzione Francese fino alla Morte del medesimo. Istoria dell'Abbate Marcello Honori, accademico aborigene - In Todi, 1810 (12p) && 15. Maraviglioso caso occorso nuovamente appresso Valenza di Spagna, in un luogo chiamato l'Oriolo, dove s'intende la morte di sette Persone per cagion (sic) d'Amore - s.l. (12p) && 16. Istoria bellissima nominata La Salamandra. Soggetto molto bello, e ridicolo da pigliarsi spasso, e piacere. Nuovamente posta in luce da un virtuoso in forma di Dialogo - In Todi (8p) && 17. Dialogo bellissimo che fa un povero umile di Campagna ad un ricco superbo della Città, sopra la vita che fanno. Opera piacevole / Opera di Giovanni della Carrettola - In Todi (12p) && 18. Nuovo Ricettario sopra tutte le sorte di mali, cioè alla Sciatica, alla Quartana, al dolore delle Reni, al male dell'Asma, al Batticuore, per far tornar l'Appetito, alla Sordità, per li Tisici, all'Infiammazione del fegato, alla Rogna, al Catarro, al mal Mazzucco, al male di Milza, al mal d'Orina, per le Moroide, all'Opilazione, al dolor Colico, e per guarire la Gobba, per la Tigna, per il male d'Occhi, al dolore de Denti, per la Podagra, per li Geloni, ec. - s.l. (12p) ~ Pergamena coeva, titoli calligrafici al dorso ~ 318p ~ 16x10x2cm. ~ Bell' esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione ~ LANGUAGE: Italiano / Additional images available/ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - in folio (46,5 x 32,5) rilegatura mz. tela con dorsi restaurati e rinforzati, conservati e recuperati gli originali con titoli su tasselli, piatti marmortizzati con borchie dorate agli angoli, fogli in barbe con fioriture diffuse ai margini ma testi e tavole integri. Ritratto del Tasso in antiporta, poi ritratto del principe Niccolò Esterhaz dedicatorio dell'opera, 2, XXIV, 331, b (primo volume) 352 (secondo volume). Questi ritratti ed anche le 20 VENTI BELLE tavole f.t. incise e protette da fogli leggeri, sono opera di R. Morghen e G. Scotto (il tutto sotto la direzione di Morghen. Bibliografia Brunet V, 668)

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      Tosi,, Milano 1820 - (Codice AN1880) In 8° (21 cm) 2 volumi, XXXVIII-304, 367 pp. Preziosa edizione illustrata con 120 belle tavole fuori testo, incise all'acquatinta da Fillippo Pistrucci, "uno dei più significativi artisti del neoclassicismo italiano". Con ritratto dell'autore inciso da Ant. Conte. La lezione del testo segue quella di Osanna, Mantova, del 1584. Cfr. Graesse, VII/35. Con la vita di Tasso di Carlo Rosmini. Lievi ingialliture, ma nitida e fresca impressione su bella carta. Valide legature mezza pelle dell'epoca, doppio tassello e titolo oro, lievi strappetti alle cuffie. Bell'esemplare. Euro 500 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA ~ Tutti i libri subito disponibili. Descrizioni precise, consegna rapida con imballaggio solido. All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging ~

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        Storia critica della Inquisizione di Spagna compendiata in lingua italiana dal sig. Stefano Ticozzi.

      Tip. di Commercio al Bocchetto,, Milano, 1820 - Sei volumi di cm. 17,5, pp. 2300 ca. complessive. Con 12 belle tavole fuori testo incise di cui molte ripiegate. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con filetti e titoli in oro su doppio tassello bicolore. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Prima traduzione italiana di questa celebre ed affascinante opera storica. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

      Cadell and Davies, London 1820 - TWO VOLUMES bound in full polished tree calf by Morrell of London. Gilt decorated borders, gilt decorated spine with six compartments, labels of red and brown morocco, all edges gilt. Text pages extremely clean and fresh, with little or no foxing. Bookplate on front pastedown of Volume One. A beautiful, full-leather set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Op. 94]. An die Hoffnung aus Tiedge's Urania in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte und Jhrer Durchlaucht der Frau Fürstin von Kinsky, geb. Græfin von Kerpen zugeeignet... 94tes Werk

      Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp. [PN] 2369. [ca. 1820-26]. Oblong folio. Unbound as issued. [1] (title), 2-10, ii (blank) pp. Engraved. Price in two currencies: "45 XC.N." above, "f. 1.30 XW. W." below. "94tes Werk" underlined in blue pencil. Last note of vocal part of second system to p. 8 slightly overinked. Very minor browning to outer edges; some offsetting; some cracking to plates evident from impression. Untrimmed. . First Edition, later issue. Kinsky p. 266. Hoboken 2, 408 (with a price of "12 gr."). Hirsch IV, 354. Beethoven-Haus, Helferich collection 1 d.The text of this lied is by Christoph August Tiedge (1752-1841). Beethoven set it twice, both times for voice and piano. The first setting, from 1805, was published by the Kunst und Industrie Comptoir in Vienna as op. 32. It is simple and strophic and includes only three stanzas of the text. The second setting, the present op. 94, dates from 1813 and was published by Steiner in 1816. It is completely new and elaborate (through-composed), adding the first stanza of the poem, absent from the 1805 setting, as a recitative.

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        [Op. 94]. An die Hoffnung aus Tiedge's Urania in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte und Jhrer Durchlaucht der Frau Fürstin von Kinsky, geb. Græfin von Kerpen zugeeignet... 94tes Werk

      Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp. [PN] 2369. [ca. 1820-26]. Oblong folio. Unbound as issued. [1] (title), 2-10, ii (blank) pp. Engraved. Price in two currencies: "45 XC.N." above, "f. 1.30 XW. W." below. "94tes Werk" underlined in blue pencil. Last note of vocal part of second system to p. 8 slightly overinked. Very minor browning to outer edges; some offsetting; some cracking to plates evident from impression. Untrimmed. . First Edition, later issue. Kinsky p. 266. Hoboken 2, 408 (with a price of "12 gr."). Hirsch IV, 354. Beethoven-Haus, Helferich collection 1 d.& & The text of this lied is by Christoph August Tiedge (1752-1841). Beethoven set it twice, both times for voice and piano. The first setting, from 1805, was published by the Kunst und Industrie Comptoir in Vienna as op. 32. It is simple and strophic and includes only three stanzas of the text. The second setting, the present op. 94, dates from 1813 and was published by Steiner in 1816. It is completely new and elaborate (through-composed), adding the first stanza of the poem, absent from the 1805 setting, as a recitative.

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        Opere dell'Abate Pietro Metastasio, Poeta Cesareo. Decorative Vellum Bound Set of 14 Volumes.

      Presso Luigi Vannini, Prato 1820 - Set of 14 volumes. Frontispiece portrait to vol 1with 3 other engraved plates: volumes 2 to 7 each have 4 plates, volumes 8 to 13 each have 2 and volume 14 has 1. Each volume has about 170 to 300 pages but the pagination begins afresh with each play, poem, etc. The set is bound in uniform full vellum gilt with red and black labels, spines bear the date 1832 [presumably that of binding], all edges gilt, almost all plates retaining tissue guards, the bindings are perfectly sound but a little grubby [someone has begun cleaning the lower section of the spine of vol 10, each volume has a decorative bookplate [ R and H N Carvalho] and volume 5 has a two word inscription or name to the top margin of the title page. Internally tight and clean. Please enquire for postage cost if requiring the books to be sent outside UK. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Letter to Earl Bathurst, Secretary of State for the Colonial Department

      James Ridgway, London 1820 - Octavo, fine condition in Aquarius binding of full navy calf, gilt spine. Bennet's attack on Macquarie precipitating the Bigge enquiry. An important early colonial work, Bennet's attack on the administration of Governor Macquarie, was an important document that precipitated the enquiry by Commissioner Bigge and the end of Macquarie's command in New South Wales. Bennet (1777-1836) was a British politician who led a crusade to reduce crime, investigate prisons and transportation while reforming the London police. With a charge to 'to diminish the sum of human misery' Bennet worked tirelessly to expose maladministration and archaic practices in British gaols and the transportation system generally. In this published address to Lord Bathurst, Macquarie is accused of extravagance and autocracy. However, writing from England, Bennet relied upon prejudiced testimonies from Macquarie's enemies (including the indefatigable Reverend Samuel Marsden) and ultimately presented a biased version of events. Although Bennet's work in England was broad and enlightened, his critique of convict administration became a tool for colonial 'exclusives' who wished to end Macquarie's term as governor of New South Wales. A Letter to Earl Bathurst? remains a highly informative account of transportation and early colonial society generally, it includes useful statistical information including population figures, a civil list of persons holding government posts and shipping arrivals and departures for the years 1819-20. Furthermore, the appendix prints letters from Governor Macquarie, Samuel Marsden, W.H. Moore and others. Marsden's letter concerning affairs at the Parramatta hospital is a fine work of vitriol, asserting 'For the number of persons in the hospital, I do not believe that there is such an infamous brothel in the whole universe?I behold drunkenness, whoredom, sickness and death?in the room where the dead are lying, debaucheries are going on.'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

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

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        Contestacion del Egercito Libertador del Peru a la despedida de las Chilenas. @[text begins:] No nace impresion tan grata la luz pura / En quien la vé despues de haber cegado .

      (Santiago de Chile),, (1820). - Printed on bluish paper. Caption title. In verse. 4 pp. 4°, unbound. In fine condition. ---- FIRST EDITION [?]. There appears to be another edition of about the same time, but probably slightly later, also without any imprint (but in all likelihood printed in Peru), as well as a 16º edition. This is a reply, in verse, to @Despedida de las Chilenas al Ejercito Libertador del Peru (cf. Briseño I, 1010). The Chilean expedition to liberate Peru from Spanish rule set out from Valparaiso on 20 August 1820. The text refers (p. 2) to the fact that Chile has been fighting for independence for 10 years: "Este Chile, mansion de tantos bravos, / Que para sostener su Independencia / Aún empeñan la lucha de diez años ."---- Briseño I, 76. Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Philadelphia: Samuel F. Bradford, 1820. First American Edition. Half Leather. Very Good binding. Quarto. The maps have been collated against the index: there are 60 folding, or double-page maps (lacking only 1--the map of The United States), 1 single cartographic "plate" and 10 engraved portraits of American statesmen; the "plate" and the portraits are not called for in the index; backed in leather with corners and marbled paper over boards, the book has been tastefully rebacked with most of the original backstrip mounted; the maps are generally toned and foxed, a few more so than others, but are attractive nonetheless; the engraved portraits are similarly toned, a few more so than others; the general index to the Cyclopaedia is included in this volume; digital images can be made available upon request. (Evans 9234). Very Good binding.

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        Il carnevale di Roma.

      1820 - Rome, F. Bourlié, 1820. Folio. (4) pp. & 20 engraved plates. Slightly worn green contemporary half morocco with gilt spine and sprinkled edges. Rubbed at top and bottom of spine. Corners bumped and with most of the skin rubbed away. Somewhat soiled and with occasional stains throughout. Hjalmar Mörner (1794-1837) travelled in Europe studying art in 1816-29 . He made a long stopover in Rome as house-guest and friend of the Swedish sculptor Johan Niclas Byström. There he made these fine pictures full of detail. Byström received the pencilled originals as a gift and he put them up on his walls at home like a frieze. The plates are meant as a sequence, starting at Piazza del Popolo and ends at the present Piazza Venezia. A few copies were handcoloured by the artist. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London, Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1820.FIRST EDITION, HAND COLOURED COPY, 1820. 8vo, approxmately 215 x 135 mm, 8¼ x 5¼ inches, map and 20 engraved plates all handcoloured,1 being a vignette on the engraved title page, engraved by J. Shury, from drawings by Captain G. Varlo, R.M., lacks half - title, collation: map as frontispiece, engraved title page with vignette of St John's Church, printed title page, Address, List of Plates, pages 5 - 124, bound in half black calf, marbled boards, maroon gilt lettered title label, gilt decoration to spine. Slight rubbing to spine, hinges and boards, pale foxing throughout, pale offset to text from plates, neat old ink name to top of title page, small brown spot to margin of title page and following page, otherwise a very good copy. The plates are probably coloured by a later but accomplished hand. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        2 Säulen. Oben mittig mit Monogrammsignatur und Bezeichnung "im Münster v. Ulm del". Radierung

      ca. 1820.. Format (Platte): 183 x 126 mm. Blattgröße: 333 x 240 mm.. *Stoll 216. - Andresen 227. - Darstellung von 2 Säulen mit Kapitalverzierungen auf getöntem Grund. Im unteren Teil drei eingeschaltete Szenen mit Ordensfiguren. Die Szene unten links zeigt eine Klosterzelle mit einem Mönch am Schreibtisch. Diese ist am Unterrand in der Platte in spiegelverkehrter Schrift betitelt: "Im Kloster von Paderborn". Diese Betitelung ist weder bei Stoll noch bei Andresen erwähnt, daher handelt es sich bei dem vorliegenden Abzug möglicherweise um eine Plattenvariante. Sehr seltene Arbeit von Grimm mit einer Zusammenstellung diverser Studien als Radierung, hier möglicherweise in einer in der Lit. nicht erwähnten Variante. - Ausgezeichneter Abzug mit gratig zeichnender Plattenkante, sauber und sehr gut erhalten mit breitem Rand.

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