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        Sketches of Scenery in South Wales

      London Oblong folio, 44*30 cm, 6 litho plates, original printed wrappers, stitched as issued (very small half inch worm track and a few micro holes through upper wrapper and first three plates), wrapper title, printed by Moser and Harris's Lithographic Press, No 71 Grosvenor Street, Brunswick Square, nd but c 1820. Plates are: Aberdylis Vale of Neath. Melincourt Vale of Neath. Yscwd yr Rhyd In the grounds of W: Williams Esq. Yscwd Inon Cam Vale of Neath. Entrance to Porth yr Ogof Caveer Vale of Neath. Kil Hepsti Vale of Neath. Originally priced at 7s 6d. Very rare. The plates are quite crude, but represent an exceptionally early lithographic work, when techniques were still experimental. It is especially pleasing to have such a work in the original wrappers! Copies of some of the plates have been traced to the National Library of Wales, cataloged as soft-ground etchings. Swansea also have the wrappers and 5 of the 6 plates. As such, ours would appear to be the only known complete copy. Housed in a modern custom, felt lined, brown cloth up and over box with a paper label to spine. It was dissatisfaction with Moser and Harris's lithographic printing that prompted the subsequently famous Hulmandel to set up his own press, and experiment to improve on their work. George Orleans DELAMOTTE (1809-1821 fl) artist and teacher, was the son of a French refugee. His brother was William Alfred Delamotte (1775-1863), drawing master at the Sandhurst Military Academy, whose son Philip was a photography pioneer known for his series on the disassembly of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park and its reconstruction in Sydenham.

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        Voyage dans la Grece, comprenant la description ancienne et moderne de l'Epire, de l'Illyrie Greque, de la Macedoine Cisaxienne, d'un partie de la Triballie, de la Thessalie, de l'Acarnanie, de l'Etolie Ancienne et Epictete, de la Locride Hesperienne,....

      Paris, chez Firmin Didot père et fils, 1820. 1820 5 voll. in-8° (23 x 14 cm), pp. (2), XLVII, 510,(1); (2), 624,(1); (2), 576,(1); (2),462,(1); 8 di sottoscrizione, (2), 3, 630; 1 ritratto di Ali Pacha visir di Janina, 4 tavole litografiche di costumi all'inizio di ogni volume, una pianta di Hérome de Dodone, 4 carte geografiche più volte rip., 1 tavola riproducente un "Bouiourdi" ovvero un riconoscimento di un debito di Ali Pacha verso Pouqueville. Splendida legatura in piena pelle marrone dell'epoca, al dorso ricchi fregi in oro e doppio tassello in pelle rossa recante titolo e numerazione del volume. Ottimo esemplare in barbe. Edizione originale. Brunet: "..sinon le meilleur, du moins le plus complet que l"on eût publié jusqu"alors sur la Grèce moderne" (IV, 850) François Charles Hugues Laurent Pouqueville (Le Merlerault, 1770 - Parigi, 1838). Scrittore francese. Studiò medicina e prese parte alla spedizione napoleonica in Egitto come membro della commissione delle scienze ed arti. Mentre ritornava in Francia, fu fatto prigioniero dai corsari; fu poi console in Grecia. Abbandonata la medicina per la letteratura e l'archeologia, trasse dalla sua vita avventurosa la materia dei suoi libri che sono, essenzialmente, ricordi di viaggio. Brunet comme "sinon le meilleur, du moins le plus complet que l"on eût publié jusqu"alors sur la Grèce moderne" (IV, 850)

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        The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells, for use of the student in Conchology and Geology.

      London 1820 (-1834). 2 volumes. Royal-8vo (208 x 130mm). With 1 plain and 264 handcoloured engraved plates. Contemporary calf, sides with gilt and blind pressed border, spines in 6 compartments with gilt lines and 2 black gilt lettered labels. A fine complete copy of the early issue of this rare work without the printed title page and the index published 41 years later by Quaritch in 1875 and which remained unpublished in the original work. Most of the copies do not have this later published addition. Nissen and the Brit. Mus. Nat. Hist. Cat. quote the wrong number of plates. For the correct number of plates see Wheldon & Wesley cat. 179 no. 110 and Quaritch Cat. 894 Supplementa Sowerbiana no. 1572, as well as our catalogue 278 no. 313. Our copy however has a privately printed, undated, title page to both volumes, obviously commissioned by a former owner. The copy also has a four page advertisement of the present work, bound at the beginning of volume one. The work was published in 42 parts. "In 1821, however, James Sowerby, the distinguished botanical artist, had begun to publish 'The Genera of recent and Fossil Shells', a work of considerable erudition and artistic merit, which portrayed examples of the Lamarckian genera, among others, together with explanatory text to each plate" (Dance, Hist. of Shell Collecting p. 85). Publication was discontinued 14 years after the first part was published. According to Mr. Petit's paper in the Archives of Natural History 33.1, George Brettingham Sowerby I was the sole author of the above work and James Sowerby the artist. "The incorrect assignment of authorship is at least partly the result of the publication of the title page by Quaritch in the reissue of 1875... on which it is erroneously stated to have been 'commenced by James Sowerby ... and continued by George Brettingham Sowerby'" (R.E. Petit). As the work is generally listed under J. & G.B. Sowerby as being the authors we have kept it like that although it is not correct. Nissen ZBI, 3921; Dance 300.

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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. Français

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        A View in the Island of Pulo Condore

      Boydell London:: Boydell,. 1809 (1820).. An early large view of Vietnam, showing a tranquil scene of open fields leading to water, with a boy leading an ox by a string through his nose, with several other oxen in the background.The encounter with the natives & the oxen is described as anything but tranquil in Cook's Voyage. A much larger group of oxen threatened Webber & his compatriots, and the situation was brought under control by these boys, "ox whisperers" if you will, who were able to quiet them. (Joppien & Smith) A dwelling with several inhabitants sits at the foot of a lush tropical mountainside. The view was published in John Webber's "Views in the South Seas", which has been called "the most striking publication resulting from Cook's expeditions". (Parsons Collection 136). London. Pubd. April 1, 1809 by Boydell & Compy. No. 90 Cheapside. Vol. III, Book VI, p. 450. Impression mark 450 x 325 mm, on paper 500 x 363 mm.Colored aquatint with the accompanying letterpress. The text is drawn from the published account of the voyage. The print in wonderful condition, with a couple of small fox spots in the sky, is watermarked J. Whatman 1820. The letterpress is watermarked C. Wilmott 1819. Joppien & Smith 3.397.e

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        A Synopsis of the Diseases of the Eye, and Their Treatment: To Which are Prefixed a Short Anatomical Description and a Sketch of the Physiology of That Organ

      London Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown 1820. G : in Good condition. Cover worn with upper board becoming detached. Outer spine worn. Ex.-lib. with minimum marking. Contents including plates bright First Edition Brown board cover xix, 425pp :: Six hand coloured tissue guarded plates :: 240mm x 140mm (9" x 6") :: Includes the publisher's 8pp list of publications for January 1821

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        View of the Country from Urshalun Teeba

      London: Rodwell & Martin, 1 March 1820. Hand-coloured aquatint by Robert Havell & Son, after Fraser. 18 1/8 x 23 1/4inches. 21 x 30 inches. A fine example of a view taken during the first recorded journey by Europeans through the Himalayas. In 1815, following the end of the war with Nepal, Fraser and his brother William, a political agent, spent two months on a tour of the Himalayas. Their journey took the brothers along the river valleys of the Himalayas, with occasional sorties to higher latitudes and as far as the sources of both the Jumna and Ganges rivers.This view is from the spectacular Views in the Himala Mountains which contains twenty of Havell's masterly plates worked up from sketches made on the spot by Fraser. In style the plates are similar to, and very much a match for Henry Salt's and the Daniell brothers' large scale views published 10 and 20 years earlier. This was a deliberate strategy by the publishers who drew attention to the similarities in their advertisements which describe the work as being `In Elephant Folio, uniform with Daniell's Oriental Scenery, and Salt's Views in Abyssinia..' Cf. Abbey Travel II, 498

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        Catalogus disputationum in academiis Scandinaviæ et Finlandiæ Lidenianus continuatus.

      I-III. Uppsala, Reg. academiæ typographi, 1820. 8:o. (2),IV,262 + 179 + 102 s. + MARKLIN, GABR. Ad catalogum disputationum in academiis et gymnasiis Sveciæ Lidenianum. Supplementa addidit. Uppsala, Reg. academiæ typographi, 1820. 8:o. (2),117 s. Ngt nött med trevligt opappbd med brunmarmorerad rygg och trasig röd titeletikett. Gula stänkdekorerade pärmsidor. Ryggen blekt och med en ytlig längsgående spricka. Ouppskuren. Sporadiska smärre sotfläckar. En pappersförlust i nedre hörnet på s. 39 i del III.. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 1212-13. Den avslutande delen är ett supplement till Lidéns "Catalogus disputationum" 1778-80. Marklins första fortsättning på Lidéns avhandlingsbibliografi täcker tiden 1778-1819 och är fortfarande standardverket på sitt område. Gabriel Marklin (1777-1857) var entomolog och adjunkt vid Vetenskapssocieteten samt skicklig boksamlare. Han intresserade sig främst för naturvetenskaplig litteratur och svenska akademiska avhandlingar. Hans huvudsamling på det sistnämnda området uppgick till 23000 avhandlingar och den förvärvades av Kungliga biblioteket redan under hans livstid

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        RICCIARDA. Tragedia.

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

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        Attractive engraved portrait, signed by John Galt

      NP, [1820]. No binding. Very Good. Laid in Signature. UNCOMMON SIGNATURE OF THE JOHN GALT, FOUNDER OF GUELPH, ONTARIO Attractive engraved portrait, signed by him at the foot, the engraving by R. Graves after J. Irvine shows him three-quarter length seated, 5 " x 4 " laid down , circa 1820 Minor soiling other wise, very good condition., Galt came to London in 1803, and while on a commercial visit to the continent, 1809, travelled with Byron from Gibraltar to Malta, and visited Constantinople and Greece. His most famous story is 'Annals of the Parish', 1821. In 1824 and 1826 he visited Canada as secretary to a company for the purchase of crown land, and founded the town of Guelph, but was imprisoned for debt on his return. His 'Life of Byron' came out in 1830, his 'Autobiography' in 1833, and 'Literary Life' in 1834, for which William IV sent him £200. That year he suffered paralysis but continued his literary work.

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        A Journal of Voyages and Travels in the Interiour of North America, Between the 47th and 58th Degrees of North Latitude, Extending from Montreal Nearly to the Pacific Ocean

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

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        The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. 1820. By the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges

      Boston, Printed by Wells & Lilly. For Charles Ewer, 1820. 272 p.; interleaved; 24 cm. First official U.S. pharmacopoeia. Lyman Spalding headed the Committee of Publication created by the General Medical Convention meeting in Washington, D.C., January 1820. Based mainly on the Pharmacopoeia of the Massachusetts Medical Society (1808). Austin 1500; Garrison-Morton 1845; Norman 1691; Waller 1716; Shaw Shoemaker 2733. Bound in original boards with new leather spine; in slipcase. An early practitioner splashed some non-acidic substance affecting pages 163 / 176. Stock#OB783.

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        The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America:1820. By the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges

      Boston,Printed by Wells & Lilly for Charles Ewer,1820. 272 p.,22 cm. First American pharmacopoeia; prepared and published by the authority of a general medical convention held at Washington, January 1820. L. Spalding, chairman of the committee of publication. Cf. p. [3]. Main text in Latin & English on opposite pages. Variously called the American Pharmacopoeia, the National Pharmacopoeia, and the United States Pharmacopoeia. "Historical introduction", p. [5]-16. "Materia medica, or a catalogue of simple medicines, together with some prepared medicines", p. [27]-50; "Secondary list", p. [51]-57. Austin 1500. VG; bound in full contemporary tree calf, red leather spine label, spine lettered and stamped in gilt. Stock#NS0223. In slipcase.

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        Cyclopaedia of Arts, Sciences and Literature. 4 volume set

      London: Longman. Worn covers. Spines missing. Bindings generally tight. Pages generally clean and bright with occasional light foxing. Suitable for research restoration or breaking. 1820. Reprint. Leather cover. 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9") :: 540 engraved plates. [152 missing] :: The full collation is as follows: 540 plates present. 152 missing: Vol I  (Agriculture - Algebra-Analysis-Anatomy-Architecture-Artillery-Astronomy (Fergusons eclipsareon and globes,Constellations, Davis's quadrant, Eltons quadrant, Newtons Quadrant;Mayers and Bordas Circle, Troughton reflecting circle; Mendozas circle, Ramsdens circle; Herschels Fort Fett reflecting Telescope) 187 present, 29 missing. Vol II (Basso Relievo - Bleaching-Block machinery- Roman Camp -Circumvallation-Castrametation- Cannon-Canteens-CAsting-Chemistry- Clouds-Compostion-Conics-Cotton Manufacture-Cycloid- Dialling (Scientific Dials) Docks in London-Drawing-Drawing Instruments-Electricity (Priestleys Battery)CondensersAbbe Nollet's Dr Watsons's Mr Wilsons; Mr Hawksnee's, Dr van Marum, Mr Beccaris, Mr Nairnes, Mr Cuthbertsons machines- Engines- Early English Engraving- Fortification- Furnaces- Bark beds and pits -Geography-Geometry - Gunnery - Heraldry-Horology (missing)): 160 present, 50 missing. Vol III (Hydraulics - Hydrostatics-Iron manufacture- Furnace- Lamps- Masonry- Mechanics- Military Manoeuvres-Mill Work-Miscellany- Monograms - Music - Naval Architecture - fold out diagrams): 166 present, 18 missing. Vol IV (Navigation-Organ-Painting-Papermill- Perspective- PLanetary Machines- Planing- Plated Manufacture - Pneumatics - Pottery - Press - Projection - Proportional compasses- Scenography- Sculpture-Shadow- Ships-Shorthand-Steam engines-Stereography-Stereotomy- Sugarmill-Surverying-Telegraph- Trigonometry -Waterwheels-Waterworks-Weaving-Wiremill-Woolen Manufacture-Worsted manufacture-Writing by Cipher-Cypher writing): 127 present, 54 missing .

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        The Troller's Guide, A New And Complete Practical Treatise On The Art Of Trolling Or Fishing For Jack And Pike, Illustrated With Numerous Cuts Of Books, Baits, Tackle, : To which is added the best method of baiting an

      First Edition. Engraved frontispiece and numerous text engravings. Bound in half brown leather and marbled boards with a red leather spine label stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Previous owner's leather bookplate on the front pastedown endpaper. Image on request. Book condition: Fine condition / Fine condition dust jacket

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        30 mahlerische An- und Aussichten von Dresden und den nächsten Umgebungen; aufgenommen, gezeichnet und radirt.

      2. verb. Aufl. Dresden: in den Arnoldischen Buchhandlung [1820]. Oblong-8vo. 17 pp. + 30 plates. Contp. yellow boards, loose. First 8 pages dampstained.. This copy belonged to the Danish artist Wilhelm Ferdinand Bendz, dated 4. August 1831 Dresden (on the titlepage)

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        Forester's guide; or a practical treatise on the training and pruning of forest trees; valuing and ascertaining the quantity of wood and bark produced by coppice woods. to which is added, a description of a newly-invented machine for measuring and valuing standing trees. With engravings

      Stirling: Printed at the Journal office by C. Munro & Co, 1820. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Later half calf and marbled boards, showing no splits or snags, just very slightly rubbed in places; contents firm, tight and clean with no pen-marks; also, not from a library and so no such stamps or labels; size: 185mm x 110mm; collation: pp. [7], vi-xxiv, [25]-212, and [2] folded leaves of plates. Scarce.

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        THE MISCELLANEOUS POEMS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

      Longman Hurst et. al London: Longman, Hurst et. al, 1820. First Edition. Hardcover. Splitting to one or two joints, a few hinges fragile, but all covers secure; text quite clean. Very Good or better. Four volumes bound in contemporary half black morocco leather with matching corners and marbled boards. Complete with an engraved frontispiece in each volume and half-title pages in the second and third volumes. Includes some revised poems as well as a selection of new sonnets.

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        Giornale di una crociera fatta nell?Oceano Pacifico dal Capitano David Porter sulla fregata degli Stati Uniti l?Essex negli anni 1812, 1813 e 1814, in 3 voll.

      Giambattista Sonzogno 1820 prima ediz. ital., in 8° piccolo (cm 16,5x10), pp. xiii, 247, 1 b.; 275, 1 b.; 267, 1 b.; leg. coeva m/pelle con angoli, tit. in oro su tass. al ds. e fregi, tagli spruzz.; collana "Raccolta de' viaggi più interessanti... dopo quelli del celebre Cook e non pubblicati fin ora in lingua italiana". "...Che contiene la descrizione delle isole del Capo-Verde, delle coste del Brasile, della Patagonia, del Perù, del Chili e delle isole Gallapagos; non che una relazione del gruppo delle isole Washington, delle maniere, costumi e foggie di quegli abitanti ec. ec.". Trad. dall'originale inglese di F. Contarini, con 11 tavv. in rame acquerellate, il ritratto dell'A. all'antip. del 1° vol., e 1 grande c. geogr. delle isole Washington ripiegata nel 2° vol. Lievi fior. Molto raro. 659/21

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        Viaggio in Olanda e nel mezzodì della Germania sopra le due rive del Reno nella state dell'anno 1806, in 3 voll.

      Giambattista Sonzogno 1820 prima ediz. ital., in 8° piccolo (cm 16,5x10), pp. lxx, 221; 284, 1; 304, 1; leg. coeva m/pelle con angoli, tit. in oro su tass. al ds. e fregi, tagli spruzz.; collana "Raccolta de' viaggi più interessanti... dopo quelli del celebre Cook e non pubblicati fin ora in lingua italiana". Trad. di Andrea Zambelli, col ritratto dell'A. all'antip. del 1° vol. e 11 tavv. in rame acquerellate, che raffigurano le città più importanti. Lievi fior. e qc. piccola sbucc. alla leg. 654/21

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        IL CONTE DI CARMAGNOLA. Tragedia.

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

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

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

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        Anweisung zur Vertheidigung der Festungen. Mit eilf in Kupfer gestochenen Plänen. Nach der dritten Auflage aus dem Französischen übersetzt von F. von Bressensdorf.

      25x20,5 cm. XXXII, 542 S., (2) S. Verbesserungen und Druckfehler, 11 gefaltete Tafeln. Roter Maroquin-Band mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel- und Verzierung, Deckelfiletierung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung und Ganzgoldschnitt. Deutsche Übersetzung des erstmals 1810 erschienen Standardwerkes 'De la défense des places fortes' des französischen Offiziers, Mathematikers und Politikers Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot (1753-1823). - Rückenkanten schwach berieben. Gestochenes Exlibris auf Innendeckel. - Sehr frisches, praktisch fleckenloses Exemplar. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        Die Anzeigen der mechanischen Hülfen bei Entbindungen, nebst einiger, in neuerer Zeit empfohlenen geburtshülflichen Operationen und einer verbesserten Geburtszange.

      8°. XXIV, 470 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Verbesserungen. Mit einer gefalteten Kupfertafel. Pappband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. Hirsch-H. IV, 825. - Waller 8005. - Erste Ausgabe. - Ritgen (1787-1867) wurde nach seinem Studium in Giessen erster Direktor der Entbindungsanstalt. Förderte die Hebammenausbildung und schrieb mehrere Lehrbücher zur Geburtshilfe. Der Ritgen Handgriff oder Hinterdammgriff wurde von ihm im vorliegenden Werk erstmals beschrieben. - Papier leicht gebräunt. Titel gestempelt. Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Einband schwach beschabt. - Selten.

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        Important and long Autograph letter signed to Thos. H. Burder, "My dearest Friend

      Edinburgh, 1820. Abercrombie, John (1780-1844). Autograph letter signed, dated Edinburgh, 20th November 1820, to Dr. Thomas H. Burder (1789-1843). 4pp., including integral address leaf. 251 x 202 mm. Creased where previously folded, light wear along a few folds, light soiling, but very good, preserving Abercrombie's wax seal. Excellent long letter congratulating Burder on the recovery of his health after a four-year illness. Abercrombie was the author of the classic "Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of the Brain and the Spinal Cord" (1828; G-M 2285.2), as well as the extremely popular "Inquiries Concerning the Intellectual Powers" (1830). Burder, Abercrombie's correspondent, was a London physician who "suffered from almost constant ill-health" (DNB); his article on "Headache," contributed to the "Cyclopedia of Practical Medicine," was based largely on his own experience.

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        Cyclopaedia of Arts, Sciences and Literature. 4 volume set

      London: Longman, 1820.. Reprint. Leather cover. Worn covers. Spines missing. Bindings generally tight. Pages generally clean and bright with occasional light foxing. Suitable for research restoration or breaking. 540 engraved plates. [152 missing] :: 280mm x 220mm (11" x 9") :: The full collation is as follows: 540 plates present. 152 missing: Vol I ?(Agriculture - Algebra-Analysis-Anatomy-Architecture-Artillery-Astronomy (Fergusons eclipsareon and globes,Constellations, Davis's quadrant, Eltons quadrant, Newtons Quadrant;Mayers and Bordas Circle, Troughton reflecting circle; Mendozas circle, Ramsdens circle; Herschels Fort Fett reflecting Telescope) 187 present, 29 missing. Vol II (Basso Relievo - Bleaching-Block machinery- Roman Camp -Circumvallation-Castrametation- Cannon-Canteens-CAsting-Chemistry- Clouds-Compostion-Conics-Cotton Manufacture-Cycloid- Dialling (Scientific Dials) Docks in London-Drawing-Drawing Instruments-Electricity (Priestleys Battery)CondensersAbbe Nollet's Dr Watsons's Mr Wilsons; Mr Hawksnee's, Dr van Marum, Mr Beccaris, Mr Nairnes, Mr Cuthbertsons machines- Engines- Early English Engraving- Fortification- Furnaces- Bark beds and pits -Geography-Geometry - Gunnery - Heraldry-Horology (missing)): 160 present, 50 missing. Vol III (Hydraulics - Hydrostatics-Iron manufacture- Furnace- Lamps- Masonry- Mechanics- Military Manoeuvres-Mill Work-Miscellany- Monograms - Music - Naval Architecture - fold out diagrams): 166 present, 18 missing. Vol IV (Navigation-Organ-Painting-Papermill- Perspective- PLanetary Machines- Planing- Plated Manufacture - Pneumatics - Pottery - Press - Projection - Proportional compasses- Scenography- Sculpture-Shadow- Ships-Shorthand-Steam engines-Stereography-Stereotomy- Sugarmill-Surverying-Telegraph- Trigonometry -Waterwheels-Waterworks-Weaving-Wiremill-Woolen Manufacture-Worsted manufacture-Writing by Cipher-Cypher writing): 127 present, 54 missing

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        Costume of the Lower Orders of London

      1820. first edition. 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.

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        The Plantain Tree in the Island of Cracatoa

      Boydell London:: Boydell,. 1809 (1820).. A scene on Krakatoa, most notable for its depiction of the lush vegetation on the island. This view was done towards the end of the voyage, when Webber varied his subjects from the standardized depictions that illustrated Cook's 3rd Voyage. "More than ever now Webber recorded the botanical production of the tropics, depicting many markedly different plants in the same view. This new bent may be noted in "The Plantain Tree"... and "A Fan Palm".. Both drawings are remarkable for the density and plastic handling of the organic forms. These slices of exuberant nature differ from all of Webber's previous work. Particularly in "A Fan Palm" Webber heralds a new approach to landscape, in which no longer an extended view is unrolled and distance measured by natural components such as lakes, hills, rocks and mountains. In closing the background and renouncing open vistas, Webber presents us with a close-up of impenetrable thickness of stems, leaves and branches. Entangled in this luxurious natural growth, the eye confronts little spatial recession, as had been the ruling convention. Proceeding from a new interest in the depiction of exotic plants Webber breaks away from the traditional forms of landscape, in which fore-, middle- and background must play their role. In fact in drawings like "A Fan Palm" the traditional components of the eighteenth- century idea of the picturesque have become obsolete." (Joppein & Smith, "The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages", Yale UP, 1998, vol. 3 text, p150-1). The view was published in John Webber's "Views in the South Seas", which has been called "the most striking publication resulting from Cook's expeditions". (Parsons Collection 136). London. Pubd. April 1, 1809 by Boydell & Compy. No. 90 Cheapside. Vide Cook's Last Voy. Vol. III Ch. 10. Impression mark 318 x 413 mm, on paper 500 x 360 mm.Colored aquatint in very good condition with accompanying letterpress (a sml. marginal nick). The text is drawn from the published account of the voyage. Both are watermarked J. Whatman 1820. Joppien & Smith 3.414b.

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        The pharmacopoeia of the United States of America

      Wells & Lilly Boston: Wells & Lilly, 1820. 8vo. 272pp. 18th cent. tree sheep, rebacked. Some foxing and browning as is common in American books of this period. 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'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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        Autograph Manuscript on Oersted's discovery of electro-magnetism

      Geneva, 1820. [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.An intriguing autograph manuscript review of Paul Erman'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, Amp?, Arago and others re the relationship of electricity and magnetism. The review was written for the Biblioth?e Universelle, Geneva'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 Amp?'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's Royal Academy. The review is certainly closely connected with Amp?'s work, and, according to Amp?'s most recent biographer, James R. Hofmann, the account of Erman's experiments contained in it influenced Amp?'s investigations of induction in July 1821, in which he very nearly anticipated Faraday's landmark discovery of electromagnetic induction a decade later. The third paragraph of La Rive's work may be translated as follows: The apparatus used in M. Erman'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's own "flotteur ?ctrique," a simple device demonstrating the action of a magnet on a simple current loop, which was first described in La Rive's "Notices sur quelques exp?ences ?ctro-magn?ques" published in Vol. 16 of the Biblioth?e Universelle (1821). Hofmann, in his account of Amp?'s July 1821 induction experiments, notes the influence of both Erman and La Rive on Amp?'s work:An interesting experiment by Paul Erman caught Amp?'s eye when it was reported in the Biblioth?e 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; Amp? 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 Amp? was thoroughly familiar with apparatus in which steady currents in vertical current loops were rotated using magnets (Hofmann, Andr?arie Amp?, [1995] pp. 284-85).Earlier in his review La Rive notes that Erman wrote his work after Oersted's discovery of electromagnetism (spring 1820), but before learning of the researches of Amp? and Arago that began the following September. He refers to Amp?'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'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]. Study of the bibliography of Ampère's writings published by Hofmann confirms that in 1821 Ampère published 8 papers, of which no less than 5 appeared in La Rive'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'une lettre de Mr. Ampère au Prof. De La Rive". This manuscript fragment, representing certainly a major portion of La Rive'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.

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        Swenska språkets skönheter i vers och prosa, eller swensk anthologi, innehållande walda stycken i alla slag af witterhet, indelade och ordnade efter de särskilta slagen, och hemtade ur wåra äldre och yngre författare; i afsigt att bidraga till en närmare bekantskap med wår sköna litteratur, men i synnerhet till deklamations-konstens utbildande i wåra underwisningswerk och sällskaps-kretsar.

      I. Poetiska stycken. I-III. Sthlm, Ecksteinska boktryckeriet, 1820-28. 12:o. XXXVII,(1),462 + XVII,(1),516 + XIII,(1),560 s. Tre bra ngt nötta marmorerade hfrbd med upphöjda bind och guldornerad och blindpressad ryggdekor samt ljusbruna titeletiketter. Stänkta snitt. Ryggarna obetydligt blekta och med några småfläckar. Inlagan med enstaka småfläckar. Litet brännhål i marginalen på s. 157 i del I, lång reva i s. 347 i del II, smärre fläckar på s. 9 och 16 i del III. Stort, fint ex. med P. A. Sjögrens exlibris och ur Gunnar Brusewitz bibliotek.. Andra delen med oregelbunden paginering. En planerad fortsättning med prosastycken utkom aldrig. Wallmarks antologi, tryckt på hans eget tryckeri, har försvaret av den gustavianska och sengustavianska diktningen som ett av sina huvudsyften, men svensk litteratur från Stiernhielm och Dalin till Tegnér och Stagnelius är givetvis också representerad. Arbetet är systematiskt indelat efter genre och ämne, vilket gör att antologin inte är användbar för att få exempel ur en författares produktion och delvis har även dikter splittrats upp i delar för att passa in i systemet, som är indelat på en sådan detaljnivå som t.ex. "regnbågen", "wexter och djur i Lappland" och "snöbollskastning"

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        Monsr. J. Isabey's Exhibition Rooms, 61 Pall Mall / Salle d'Exhibition de J. Isabey, a Londres

      Published by J. Isabey, June, 1820. Colour-printed aquatint. Printed on wove Whatman paper watermarked 1820. In excellent condition. Image size: 7 ¼ x 9 7/8 inches. 8 ¼ x 10 7/8 inches. 13 x 18 ¾ inches. A fascinating view of J. Isabey's picture gallery in Pall Mall, London, by the celebrated American engraver William James Bennett. William James Bennett was born in England, and received his artistic training at the celebrated Royal Academy. He garnered a reputation as an accomplished watercolourist and exhibited many fine landscapes at the Academy's annual exhibitions. Bennett was one of the principle members of the Society of Painters in Watercolours and helped establish watercolour as a prominent medium in England. He displayed an exceptional talent at aquatint and during his career produced many fine prints for some the most lavish English plate books. He emigrated to the United States in 1826, and is best known for his views of American cities, including the Hudson Valley Region, Niagara Falls, and numerous port cities such as New York, Charleston, and Buffalo. Bennett's series of views of American Cities set a standard, and established a compositional formula, for topographical art in America. His views remain the most memorable and beautiful examples of the genre, and they exerted a lasting influence on generations of American artists. This beautiful image of Mr. Isabey's exhibition rooms in Pall Mall is not listed separately amongst Bennett's work, but according to DeSilva and Deak, he completed a number of aquatints in 1820, which are not recorded. It is possible that this picturesque interior scene is one of the images, which was not immediately attributed to Bennett. This charming work closely resembles images published by the leading English printseller Rudolph Ackermann, in particular an image depicting his gallery "The Repository of Arts". As in the Ackermann image, connoisseurs are shown enjoying the exhibition rooms in Isabey's gallery. Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) was a French artist and what might be called "artistic entrepreneur". He managed to become Marie Antoinette's artist in residence for miniatures. Later, he designed Napoleon and Josephines and drawings in London of his own work and others. The exhibition should have been more successful than it was, but it coincided with George IV's divorce, during which most British aristocrats fled to their country estates. Deak, William James Bennett p. 3-26; DeSilva, William James Bennett: Painter and Engraver, p. 39-42

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        HARRISON'S AMUSING PICTURE AND POETRY BOOK, Containing seventy engravings. Price Sixpence.

      36 pages, including title. A total of 71 wood-engravings, including the vignette on the title. Original printed yellow wrappers with duplicate cut of St. Pauls Cathedral on upper cover, and a duplicate cut of Westminster Abbey on the lower. Wrappers worn at spine and corners and a little dust-soiled; little shaken with some splitting at heel of pages; else a very good copy of an extremely scarce title. Harrison was renowned for his imaginative use of attractive woodblocks, many of which were quite clearly originally used for other titles. He also issued this title in enlarged form, with 48 pages, illustrated with approximately 100 engravings.

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

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

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        PROTOCOLL, HÅLLIT VID GÖTHA CANAL=BOLAGS ORDINARIE SAMMANKOMST I LINKÖPING 1820-1830

      Linköping, Petre och Abrahamsson 1820-30, 39 + 25 + 16 + 71 + 92 + 35 + (1)+14 + 14 + 60+9+(4+3utvikbara tabeller) + 8 + 103+(3)1 utvikbar tabell + 66s. Nött enkelt samtida klotryggsband med handskriven pappersryggtitel, marmorerade pärmöverdrag, stänkfärgade snitt; nötta ytterfalsar, pärmkanter och pärmöverdrag, 1 sida med kantreva, enstaka lagerfläckar, några få enstaka förstrykningar, rättelser mm för hand i blyerts och bläck, 1. arket löst i bindningen. I stort är inlagan hel ren och fin, bandet enkelt och nött.. Ordinarie sammankomsterna i Linköping 1 sept 1820, 27 sept 1822, 21 april 1823, 13 sept 1824, 17 aug 1826, 15 sept 1826, 8 okt 1827, 8 okt 1827, 17-20 okt 1828, (extra sammankomsterna i Stockholm 15 juli, 1 okt, 16 dec, 22 dec 1829, 21 jan, 28 jan, 23 mars, 26 mars 1830), 3 sept 1830, samt berättelse om revisionen vid Götha Canal för år 1828. Summa 10 ordinarie och 8 extra sammankomster samt en revisionsberättelse

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        The Narta, or Sledge for Burdens in Kamtchatka

      London:. 1788-92 & 1809 (1820).. An illustration of transport in Kamtchatka, Russia, showing the sledge dogs hooked up to the sledge, and their master on skis. It is offered here in two versions; a Lifetime issue & the Boydell issue. The extremely rare life time edition was self-published by Webber, and Sir Maurice Holmes states in his "Captain James Cook RN FRS, A Bibliographical Excursion" (1952) that the original drawings were "etched and coloured by himself". It is a soft ground etching tinted in brown and grey wash by Webber himself.J. Webber R.A. fecit. London Pubd. July 1, 1789 by J. Webber No. 312 Oxford Street. NB not mentioned in Cooks last Voyage. Penciled in the top right margin "Pl. 10" and "1 July 1789" lower right margin, in a period hand, possibly Webber's. Impression mark 450 x 325 mm with large margins, in excellent condition with one small smudge in lower right margin. Paper watermarked "J Whatman". Joppien & Smith 3.340A. Signed on the verso "A.W.F.Fuller 2 Augt 1951."Captain Fuller was a noted English collector of ethnographica and visual material from the Pacific. (with) the Boydell edition of the print, London. Pubd. April 1, 1809 (1820) by Boydell & Compy. No. 90 Cheapside. NB not mentioned in Cook's Last Voyage. Colored aquatint, on paper watermarked J. Whatman 1820, as is the accompanying letterpress. Joppien & Smith 3.340b. Excellent condition.

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        Il carnevale di Roma.

      Rom, F. Bourlié, 1820. Tvär-folio. (4) s. & 20 grav. plr. Ngt nött grönt samtida hfrbd med guldornerad rygg och stänkta snitt. Ryggskinnet hårt nött upp- och nedtill. Pärmhörnen stukade och det mesta av skinnet bortnött. Genomgående ngt småfläckig och lite solkig.. Hjalmar Mörner (1794-1837) reste 1816-29 runt i Europa för att studera konst. Han stannade länge i Rom som skulptören Byströms gäst och vän. Här gjorde han den fina och detaljrika skildringen av Roms karneval, vars tecknade förlaga Byström fick och hade uppsatt som en fris vid taket i sitt hem. Även planscherna är tänkta att ses som en sammanhängande svit och börjar vid Piazza del Popolo och slutar vid nuvarande Piazza Venezia. Några få exemplar handkolorerades av konstnären

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        Nouveau Jeu de l'oie renouvellé des Grecs

      Paris, chez Hocquart successeur de M. Basset, Rue St. Jacques, 1820 circa Raro gioco dell'oca inciso in rame, percorso di 63 caselle, impreziosito da vivace coloritura coeva, mm.390x480 la parte incisa + marg. bianchi di circa 2 cm. Spledido, molto ben tenuto.

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        Authentic and interesting Accounts of the most Popular Shipwrecks, that have Occurred from Ancient Date to the Present Time.

      only edition, 447, [1]pp. modern quarter calf, marbled boards old style, a very good copy, Plymouth: Printed for the author, n.d. [c.1820]. Apparently extremely rare: not in BLC. DN in NUC. An extensive text printed in close double columns recording a large number of wrecks and losses from all parts of the world, including separate chapters on the following: the American Ship, Hercules; the Russian Ship, St. Peter; the Comet Steam Boat; The French East India Company's Vessel, The Prince; the East Indianman, the Fattysalam; the Luxborough; the Cumberland Packet; the Tartarus; the Agatha; the Pembroke; the Litchfield; the Hindostan Store Ship; the Schooner Little Patty; HMS Anson; Astrea Frigate; H.M.'s Schooner Felix; Queen, East Indiaman; Sparrow-Hawk; HMS the Repulse; HMS The Venerable; Yatch Ingebord; East Indima, Kent; West Indiaman Charles Baring; Cornelia; HMS Queen Caroline; Brig Tyrrel; Brig Admiral Troubridge; the Providence; the San Juan Principe; the Anaeas; the Blanche; Glasgow Packet; Dromedary Store Ship; HMS Danae; HMS Nassau; Doris; Nabby; HMS Porpoise and Cato; Hartwell East Indiaman; Bangalore; the Bounty; the Peggy - &c., &c. &c.

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        En Strandkone / Eine Strandfrau.

      Orig. håndkoloreret kobberstik forestiilende en fiskerkone siddende på en skammel med en kruv med fisk stående foran sig. Kbhvn. ca. 1820. 22 x 17 cm.. Fra Klædedragter i Kjøbenhavn

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        View of East Rock, New Haven

      Ct.: George Henry Durrie A WONDERFUL VIEW OF EAST ROCK BY ACCLAIMED ARTIST GEORGE DURRIE Oil on canvas Canvas size: 20 1/4" x 25 1/4" Frame size: 28 1/4" x 33 1/2" George Henry Durrie was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1820. Along with his older brother John, he studied sporadically from 1839 to 1841 with the portrait painter Nathaniel Jocelyn. Between 1840 to 1842 he became an itinerant painter in Connecticut and New Jersey, expanding his repetoire to include still life, genre and Shakespearean scenes. He finally settled in New Haven, Connecticut where he spent the remainder of his life. Durrie produced roughly 300 paintings, of which the earliest were portraits; by the mid-1840s he had begun to paint landscape and rural genre scenes of New England and these are considered to be his finest achievement. His landscapes are characterized by the use of pale though cheerful colors and by the repeated use of certain motifs: an isolated farmhouse, a road placed diagonally leading the eye into the composition, and a hill in the distance. By the late 1850s Durrie's reputation had started to grow, and he was exhibiting at prestigious institutions, such as the National Academy of Design. In 1861 Currier & Ives helped popularize his work by publishing hand-colored lithographs of two of his winter landscapes, New England Winter Scene and the Farmyard in Winter. Two more were published in 1863 and a further six after his death that same year. This captivating painting of East Rock is a quintessential Durrie work. The sophisticated simplicity of the composition is enlivened by the delicate nuances of green color that punctuate the various landscape elements, while the diminuative figure in the foreground only serves to emphasize the large scale of the towering Rock. The hill, rising some four hundred feet and is easily visible from many parts of New Haven as well as from surrounding towns thus making it a prominent landmark of the area. Thus, it is fitting that East Rock should be so gloriously rendered by one of New Haven's most prominent and well-respected nineteenth-century artists.. Book.

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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS WITH A HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE NORTHERN WHALE-FISHERY (in 2 Volumes) Volume 1: The Arctic; Volume 2: The Whale-Fishery.

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co.,1820.. 1st Edition; 2 Volumes,Vol I: 551pp, 82pp appendix, folding frontispiece, maps/charts (2 folding). Vol II: 558pp, 1 folding map,3 tables 2 folding, 22 plates, (4 folding). Ex Libri; Library leather bindings, library numbers to front pastedowns - both volumes are disbound. VOLUME I LACKS TITLE PAGE whilst VOLUME II LACKS FRONTISPIECE, The folding map is at the end of the plates, (The plates start at plate II but I believe the map was located originally as plate I), even though the collation of the plate numbers seems to suggest a plate is missing, looking at the David & Charles reprint ALL the plates are present). Foxing to both volumes. The majority of the text is clean and tight. Both volumes require rebinding "Nineteenth century classic on whaling, geography and natural history of northern waters." Appendices include meteorological tables; a chronological list of voyages from 861-1819; list of plants found in Spitsbergen; Acts of Parliament regarding whaling; dimensions of whaling ships; etc. Good.

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        Tales of the Imagination

      1820. first edition. By The Actual "Obscure But Remarkable Author"[LESTER, Elizabeth B. ]. [Erroneously attributed to Mrs. Ross]. Tales of the Imagination. By the Author of The Bachelor and the Married Man, The Physioignomist, and Hesitation…In Three Volumes. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820. First edition. Three twelvemo volumes (6 13/16 x 4 in; 173 x 103 mm). [4. blank], [2], 227, [5, blank]; [4, blank], [2], 261, [5, blank]; [4, blank], [2], 252, [4, blank] pp. Contemporary quarter calf over marbled boards. Gilt ruled bands. Gilt lettered compartments. Marbled edges. Bookplates of the Loyal Alyth Public Library to the front paste down endpaper to each volumes as well that library's inked stamp to first few leaves. Small, later 19th century blank library label to the upper compartment of each volume dulled with age to a near match with aged darkened spines. A very good set of a difficult to find title.Volume I: Genius. Volumes II & III: Enthusiasm.This book was, up until quite recently, attributed to Mrs. Ross, the "obscure but remarkable author " (Feminist Companion to Literature in English, pp 922-23) of thirteen anonymously written, respected novels of the Romantic Movement. which produced "an influential generation of women writers, including M. Wollstonecraft, D. Wordsworth, M. Shelley and the Bronte sisters (Oxford Companion to English Literature, p. 843). Recent research, however, has firmly established that six of these thirteen novels, each possessing a "confident-seeming literary style, and broad evangelical emphasis" (Garside) were, in fact, written by Mrs. Elizabeth B. Lester, of whom, alas, little is known.An extremely rare book with only eight copies located in OCLC and KVK, no auction records, and scarce in the marketplace.Garside, Raven and Schöwerling 1820: 45. Wolff 5974 (sub Ross). Garside, Mrs. Ross and Elizabeth B. Lester: New Atributions, Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text 2 (June 1998).

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        Principles of Political Economy, Considered with a View to their Practical Application

      London: John Murray 1820 London: John Murray, 1820. First edition. 8vo (219 x 132 mm.). vi, 601 pp. Bound in later half cloth and marbled boards, paper label. Very good. Goldsmith 22767; Lowndes, 1459; Kress C577 . First edition of this important classic of economic theory. "There can be no doubt that [Malthus'] importance for economists today rests mainly on his Principles of Political Economy. It was because of this latter work that J. M. Keynes (1933) reinstated Malthus as a major figure in modern economic thought" (New Palgrave). "One of the founders of modern economics," Malthus was credited by Keynes with framing the theory "that a lack of effective demand can cause economic crises" (PMM 251). "In his Principles of Political Economy, Malthus was proposing investment in public works and private luxury as a means of increasing effective demand, and hence as a palliative to economic distress. The nation, he thought, must balance the power to produce and the will to consume" (DSB IX:70)

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        Utsigter af Östergöthland / Vues d´Ostrogothie.

      Stockholm. Deelen. 1820-1826. Oblong folio (44 x 58 cm.) Main title + sub title + contents + (72 pp) + anmälan (announcement) of 1820 + anmälan (announcement) of 1826 + 36 plates in aquatint + letter from an angry young lord? pointing to factual errors in the text. Original green pasteboard portfolio. Wrapper with title pasted to the front board. Text and plates almost entierly uncut (A few leaves might have been slightly trimmed). 8 of the 9 cahiers bound in. Cahier 9 loosely laid in with its original wrapper preserved. Some staining and wear to the portfolio. Creased and stained announcement of 1820 and first guard paper. The first 20 leaves with a large waterstain in the top margin. The three last leaves with waterstain in the bottom margin. Many text leaves and plates with some foxing, in the margins. A few text leaves with minor foxing in to the text area. The interior is detached from the portfolio.. Title, text and plate titles are in French and Swedish. The plates shows country estates - in the province of Östergötland in the south of Sweden - in their natural setting. Lakes, forests, people, cows, horses, dogs and picturesque vistas are shown. This is the second, free standing, part of a monumental topographical work "Fordna och närvarande Sverige" (Ancient and present Sweden) which was published 1817-1867 in 12 volumes containing 367 plates all together. The first two parts were executed entierly in aquatint. Besides "Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna" of 1715, this is the most ambitious topographical work ever published in Sweden. This copy contains the main title to the entire work as well as the sub title to this part. It is very rare to find an almost uncut copy in an original portfolio such as this

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        Engelbrekt Engelbrektson.

      Tragedi i fem akter. Svenskt original. Sthlm, F. B. Nestius, 1820. 8:o. (6),66 s. Fint halvpergamentbd från slutet av 1800-talet med sparsamt guldornerad rygg, guldpräglad titeltext på främre pärm och rött övre snitt (Hedberg). Pärmarna lätt bågnade. Bra inlaga som på sina ställen är snävt skuren i yttermarginalen och med bokstavsförluster på s. 60. En gammal lagning i nedre marginalen på s. 53. Från Ericsberg.. Klemming Sveriges dramatiska litteratur s. 215. "Ytterst sällsynt" då en nedgörande recension i "Journalen" fick författaren att bränna upplagan. Utspelar sig i huvudsak på Örebro slott

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        THE PICTURE BOOK; or, Tom Thumb's Alphabet. Embellished with 24 Wood Cuts. One adapted to each Letter

      12pp. including self-wrappers. Spine expertly repaired; else a very good copy.'D was a drunkard, and red face.'Richard Burdekin's chapbooks are rarely found. We can locate only one copy of this edition, held by the Bodleian Library.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        A System of Mineralogy, in which minerals are arranged according to the natural history method. Third edition, enlarged and improved.

      3 volumes, 8vo, 3 leaves, pp. cxxxvi, 405; pp. xvi, 632; pp. xvi, 596, and 12 folding engraved plates. Half-titles. Some foxing. Original boards (neatly rebacked), uncut, corners a little worn. Old library label on front pastedowns, and several scattered blind stamps.

      [Bookseller: Nigel Phillips]
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