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        Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts. Naturrecht und Staatswissenschaft im Grundrisse.

      Berlin: Nicolaischen Buchhandlung, 1821 - Octavo (192 x 120 mm). Contemporary half mottled sheep and marbled boards, flat spine decorated gilt with Greek key and urn devices, red paper label lettered gilt, red edges. Joints and corners lightly rubbed, very occasional light spotting and the odd ink mark; a very good copy. First edition, complete with the secondary title. Compiled from a series of lectures the author gave at Heidelberg University, Elements of the Philosophy of Right is generally considered to be one of the greatest works of political philosophy. Although the imprint states 1821 The Philosophy of Right was published in 1820, as Hegel expected publication to be delayed by censorship. Croce I, 4; Printing and the Mind of Man 283. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Hinterlassene Schriften. Hrsg. von Ludwig Tieck. LXXVIII, 290 S. Marmor. Pappbd d. Z. (Kanten berieben) mit Rückenschild.

      Berlin, G. Reimer, 1821. - Erste Ausgabe. Die lange Einleitung von Tieck gehört zu den wichtigsten zeitgenössischen Quellen zu Leben und Werk Heinrich von Kleists (1777-1811). "Tiecks Name bleibt bis heute mit den Erstausgaben von Novalis, Maler Müller, Kleist und Lenz engstens verbunden und nimmt in der Rezeptionsgeschichte dieser Dichter eine besondere Stellung ein . Schließlich lassen sich Verbindungen herstellen zwischen allen vier Dichtern und Tiecks eigenem literarischen Bestreben: zwischen 'Sternbald' und 'Heinrich von Ofterdingen' als Fortsetzung des frühromantischen Künstlerromans, zwischen Kleists Geschichtsdramen (Tieck schätzte sie besonders) und der angestrebten Erneuerung eines Nationaltheaters . Die verdienstvollen Kleist-Ausgaben von 1821 und 1826, die Tiecks Selbstlosigkeit und sein sicheres Erkennen von Dichtergenies bekunden, enthalten bezeichnenderweise keine pauschale Ehrenrettung Kleists; es ist im Vorwort von der 'tiefen Disharmonie' und den 'grellen Widersprüchen' seines Wesens die Rede" (Paulin, Metzler, S. 106 ff). Der Band enthält u. a. die Erstdrucke des 'Prinz von Homburg' und der 'Hermannschlacht'. Unveröffentlicht waren auch: Sonett an die Königin von Preußen, Gedichte an Franz I., Palafox und den Erzherzog Carl sowie Brieffragmente 'aus einer Korrespondenz mit einer geistreichen Verwandtinn' (d. i. Marie v. Kleist). – Unterschiedlich stockfleckig. – Goed. VI 44, 135 und 103; Sembdner 33; Borst 1371. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Marino Faliero. Doge of Venice. An Historical Tragedy, in Five Acts. With Notes. The Prophecy of Dante, a Poem.

      London: John Murray, 1821 - Octavo (208 x 127 mm). Contemporary dark red calf, titles to black calf label to spine, gilt in compartments, elaborately panel stamped to covers, two gilt frames, gilt turn-ins, edges sprinkled red, marbled endpapers. Ownership inscription to rear free endpaper recto. Spine toned, slight bumps to tips, light foxing to prelims and endmatter, an excellent copy. First edition, first issue, with the Doge's speech on p. 151 starting "What crimes?" and lasting five-and-a-half lines, changed in the second issue to begin, "His crimes!" followed by seven additional lines. Marino Falerio is a verse tragedy written by Byron after visiting the Palazzo Ducale in Venice and discovering that the portrait of the 14th-century ruler Marino Faliero had been blacked out, on account of his failed coup d'état. Byron's play inspired a painting by Delacroix and a rewriting by Swinburne. It was published along with his poem "The Prophecy of Dante", which Byron had written in 1819 to amuse his lover the Countess Teresa Guiccioli, and which he considered "the best thing I ever wrote" (letter to Murray, 23 March 1820). Wise II, pp. 29–30. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Autograph letter signed ("Mor. Rugendas") to an unnamed recipient].Munich, 21 December 1852. 8vo (22 x 14 cm). In German. With: (2) [AUTOGRAPH]. REGNET, Carl Albert. [ Manuscript note about Rugendas, signed ("Regnet")].Munich, 13 January 1869. In German.

      Cf. Borba de Moraes, p. 754; Regnet, Münchener Künstlerbilder II, pp. 132-141. A 4-page letter by the widely-travelled German painter Rugendas, famous for his sumptuously illustrated book Voyage pittoresque dans le Brésil , which was the fruit of his travels in Brazil (1821-1825). Inspired by Von Humboldt, he sailed again for South America in 1831, travelling through Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. In 1846 he departed for Europe, spending his last years in Munich and Weilheim an der Teck. The King of Bavaria purchased his sketches in exchange for a life annuity of 1200 florins per year. Apparently, Rugendas was still in need of money, since he writes in the present letter that he wants to travel to Prussia to ask the King for a salary "von dem es sich's gut hier leben ließ - ungefähr wie Humboldt in Paris lebte ...". He further mentions the preparation of a "Künstlerball", for which the conductor and opera director Karl Perfall had composed the music. Rugendas refers to the famous "Künsterlfeste", theme parties that took place every year during carnival.The letter may have been addressed to Rugendas's friend Carl Albert Regnet, a District Officer in Munich. This is at least suggested by the added document, which is signed by Regnet and which opens with the remark "Zum Briefe meines lieben unvergeßlichen Freundes Moritz Rugendas möchten ein Paar Zeile am Platze sein", followed by details on Rugendas's life and works. Regnet would later honour Rugendas with an extensive entry in his 2-volume biographical dictionary Münchener Künstlerbilder (1871).In very good condition.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Mor. Rugendas") to an unnamed recipient].Munich, 21 December 1852. 8vo (22 x 14 cm). In German. With: (2) [AUTOGRAPH]. REGNET, Carl Albert. [Manuscript note about Rugendas, signed ("Regnet")].Munich, 13 January 1869. In German.

      - Cf. Borba de Moraes, p. 754; Regnet, Münchener Künstlerbilder II, pp. 132-141. A 4-page letter by the widely-travelled German painter Rugendas, famous for his sumptuously illustrated book Voyage pittoresque dans le Brésil, which was the fruit of his travels in Brazil (1821-1825). Inspired by Von Humboldt, he sailed again for South America in 1831, travelling through Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. In 1846 he departed for Europe, spending his last years in Munich and Weilheim an der Teck. The King of Bavaria purchased his sketches in exchange for a life annuity of 1200 florins per year. Apparently, Rugendas was still in need of money, since he writes in the present letter that he wants to travel to Prussia to ask the King for a salary "von dem es sich's gut hier leben ließ - ungefähr wie Humboldt in Paris lebte .". He further mentions the preparation of a "Künstlerball", for which the conductor and opera director Karl Perfall had composed the music. Rugendas refers to the famous "Künsterlfeste", theme parties that took place every year during carnival.The letter may have been addressed to Rugendas's friend Carl Albert Regnet, a District Officer in Munich. This is at least suggested by the added document, which is signed by Regnet and which opens with the remark "Zum Briefe meines lieben unvergeßlichen Freundes Moritz Rugendas möchten ein Paar Zeile am Platze sein", followed by details on Rugendas's life and works. Regnet would later honour Rugendas with an extensive entry in his 2-volume biographical dictionary Münchener Künstlerbilder (1871).In very good condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Kitab al-Ahd al-Jadid, ya'ni Injil Al-Muqaddas li-Rabbina Yasu' al-Masih.

      London, Richard Watts for the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1821. - Large 8vo. (4), 352 pp. Contemp. calf (spine rebacked). A reprint of the Roman Bible of 1671, already reissued thus by British and Foreign Bible Society in the previous year. The Society adopted this text at the suggestion of the Syrian Archbishop of Jerusalem. - Some browning and edge chipping. Binding rubbed and bumped (professionally repaired, with loss to corners). Darlow/Moule 1667. OCLC 38586842.

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        2 Antique Master Prints-LANDSCAPE-MONASTERY-MONK-Quaglio-ca. 1821

      - 2 Antique prints, untitled. View of a monastery with two monks in habit in the courtyard, and a small landscape. Etchings on wove paper Description: From the edition by Johann Velten, "Vier und zwanzig landschaftlichen Gegenstande erfunden und radiert von D. Quaglio", 1821. State: Only state. Ref: Trost R 8/ Trost R. 18. Artists and Engravers: Made by Domenico Quaglio after own design. Domenico Quaglio (1787-1837) was like his brother Angelo of Italian descent and active in Munich. Condition: Very good, impressions with large margins. Two prints printed on on sheet of paper. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-081 LA The overall size is ca. 9.5 x 12.4 inch. The image size is ca. 3.5 x 4.9 inch. The overall size is ca. 24 x 31.5 cm. The image size is ca. 9 x 12.5 cm.

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        Antique Master Print-JOHN 8.7-SINNER-THROW STONE-Anderloni-Tiziano-1821

      - Antique print, titled: 'Qui sine Peccato est vestrum, primus in illam lapidem mittat. (John VIII.7)', (Let him who is without sin among you ibe the first to throw a stone at her.) Biblical scene. Engraving on a vellin type paper. Description: Seperately published master print. . Artists and Engravers: Made by Petrus Anderloni after Tizianus Vecellius. Pietro Anderloni (Brescia, 1785-1849) was an Italian engraver. He was prolific in engraving after classic works of the Renaissance including this work after Tiziano Vecellius (1488-1490/ 1576). Condition: Very good, given age. This print was previously matted and has some discolouring as a result. Light staining in margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-P1-03 The overall size is ca. 29 x 21.9 inch. The image size is ca. 27.2 x 20.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 73.6 x 55.5 cm. The image size is ca. 69.1 x 51.5 cm.

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        Procession of Victuallers

      Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Yeager; printed by Charles Woodward, 1821. Engraving, etching and aquatint with hand-coloring and mezzotint on buff wove paper (plate: 50.5 x 66 cm.; image: 42.5 x 59 cm.). Second state, in which it is added that the view was "taken from M. Carey & Sons Book Store. S.E. corner of 4th and Chestnut Sts". There is no known extant copy of the first state, but it is referred to and described in Stauffer & Fielding's American Engravers upon Copper and Steel (page 556). "The procession of butchers with their carts carrying meat from a cattle market show was organized to encourage the breeding of cattle and attracted 300,000 people if the Philadelphia Gazette is to be believed. It took one hundred carts to carry 86,731 pounds of meat, including bear and deer meat. The butchers and victualers proudly flew their banner, 'We feed the Hungry.'" (Nash, First City: Philadelphia and the Forging of Historical Memory). ~ "[T]he most popular of local views in aquatint was the light-hearted genre scene, The Procession of the Victuallers. This is almost the only such local print of its time. Set in an atmosphere of happy holiday cheer, there is in it as well the appeal of dozens of figures drawn from Krimmel (1786-1821), whose simple charm in the flat planar medium is redolent of days long gone. The Procession of the Victuallers, drawn by Krimmel in the year of his death, 1821, was aquatinted by Joseph Yeager (c. 1792-1859) in his only engraving in that mode which has been found. This is lavish in size and in the crowded atmosphere typical of Krimmel… The Philadelphia Gazette of March 16, the day after the event, reported that 'What added considerably to the novelty and beauty of the scene, was the ascension of several handsome balloons during the line of march.' It has been said that the spectacle was witnessed by 300,000; the population of the city at that time was 127,000." (Snyder, Mirror of America). The 1904 auction catalogue of rare Americana from the estate of Moses Polock, "the oldest bookseller in the United States" included the original watercolor (later sold at Christie's New York in 2008 for $338,500), and the descriptions noted that it was "from this that the now very rare engraving was made." There is loss to the margins at the lower right-hand corner, and several closed tears intruding into the text or the image; paper restoration is subtle but visible. Some general discoloration, but the colors remain quite bright. Framed. Rare. [Stauffer & Fielding 3438ii].

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        Antique Print-RED KITE-MILVUS MILVUS-BIRDS OF PREY-GLEAD-Selby-1821

      - Plate V: 'Kite or Glead.' This plate shows the red kite (Milvus milvus). Copperplate engraving / etching on a vellin type paper with original hand colouring. Description: This rare original antique print originates from 'Illustrations of Ornithology. London' by John Selby published 1821-1834. Imperial folio.Artists and Engravers: Prideaux John Selby (1788 - 1867) is often called the British Audubon, for his magnificent work, Illustrations of Ornithology, was the first British natural history to render all its subjects in their exact life size, as Audubons was the first to do so for American birds. The connection actually goes deeper, for in 1826 Selby took lessons in technique from Audubon in Edinburgh, and this is evidenced in the marvelous skill with which Selby portrayed his subjects. In depicting the birds in their life size, Selby produced prints of a larger size than any other prints of the period than those of Audubon, whose prints followed shortly. Selby employed the best British engravers and colorists of the time, and the large size of the prints allowed the most advantageous display of the fine work for which these prints are known. Finely engraved, accurate in detail, wonderfully colored, and strong and dramatic in appearance, Selbys prints are some of the best figures of British birds that have ever been published. (C.E. Jackson, Bird Illustrators, p.33). Condition: Good. General age-related toning and light staining/soiling from handling as visible on image. A few small spots in the margins. Paper slightly wrinkled. Small tear right margin, backed. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-P5-10 The overall size is ca. 19.3 x 24.4 inch. The image size is ca. 10.2 x 15.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 49 x 62 cm. The image size is ca. 26 x 39.5 cm.

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        Features Waterloo - United Kingdom of the Netherlands, Pre-Revolutionary Dutch-Ruled Belgium and Paris

      Netherlands, France, Belgium, circa 1823. Manuscript fair copy travel journal of a "A Tour on the Continent" lasting one month from 13 September 1821 to 11 October 1821, which features a visit to the site of the Battle of Waterloo, made by J.D. and W.C., the latter being William Chapman, an ancestral relation of British historian and economist Guy Patterson Chapman, possibly his paternal grandfather. Evidently with the original travel journal or paper notes in hand, this volume was written in 1823, or shortly thereafter, as the leafs are watermarked with that year, and features the bookplate of William Chapman to front pastedown, presumably the author. 8vo. 134 pages in manuscript, in a fine hand, with a later manuscript dedication to front leaf dated July 1892. Paginated in manuscript by the writer to upper margins. Half green roan over brown paper boards. A pleasing volume. Provenance: From the library of Major Guy Patterson Chapman, British historian, author, economist, and distinguished World War II soldier, son of a wealthy barrister G.W. Chapman, and husband to novelist Storm Jameson. Indeed, the journal would have been of special interest to him. He is said to have inherited his passion for travel, and for claret, from his maternal grandfather who was a partner in the large shipping firm Gellatly & Gellatly. His interest in writing may have stemmed from his paternal grandfather who was a publisher. Contemporary descriptions of him state that he descended from a family of country folk, which is reflected in William Chapman's uncomplicated bookplate depicting an eagle grasping a sheath of wheat and a staff, surrounded by a garter that likens the English royal coat of amrs. Major Guy Patterson Chapman OBE MC (1889-1972) served with the Royal Fusiliers in France and Belgium during the Great War, surviving the Battle of Somme in 1916. He also survived the Battle of Arras in 1917 but was badly affected by a mustard gas attack. Following treatment for this he returned to the Western Front, remaining until the armistice was signed on 11 November 1918. The highlight of the journal is a contemplative walkabout on the field of Waterloo only six years after the great battle that defeated Napoleon's army, with nine pages of the journal describing his observations at the site, including remnants of war, and reflections on the critical manoeuvres and assaults. Excerpts from the text pertaining to Waterloo: "Saturday 22 Sept. 1821. Our time this day was passed in a visit to the celebrated Field of Waterloo the place of the final overthrow of the Power of Bonaparte." "... a few miles distant from Brussels entered the Forest of Soignes... all young beeches... an oak of great size... as far as the eye could see." [Also known as the Sonian Forest or Sonian Wood, the forest lay behind the Anglo-allied Army of the Duke of Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo. From the time of the Romans it had generally been seen as a tactical blunder to position troops for battle in front of woodland because it hampers their ability to retreat.] "... we reached the Village of Waterloo a neat place and until lately scarce known to be in existence tho' now the fame of it..." "We left our carriage at Mont St Jean a small village... walked to the place of battle which is a fine open field with two hills opposite each other about half a mile apart on which the adverse Armies were ranged and the small valley between was the place of desperate conflict. " [Upon learning that the Prussian army was able to support him, Wellington decided to offer battle on the Mont-Saint-Jean escarpment, across the Brussels road. Here he withstood repeated attacks by the French throughout the afternoon, aided by the progressively arriving Prussians.] "We stood upon the spot where the Duke of Wellington remained during the battle close to which are two Monuments... to the memory of the Officers of the German Legion and to the other... that of Sir Alexander Gordon." [Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Alexander Gordon was a British Army officer who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo, having been wounded while rallying Brunswickers near La Haye Sainte. He died in Wellington's own camp bed in his headquarters during the night.] "From this place is an uninterrupted view of the field and though its extent is very considerable yet at one glance the eye can take the whole of the various pictures positions of the contending armies." "... nor fosse nor fence are found save where from out her shatter'd towers rise Hougoumont's dismantled Towers. Close by is the Farm House of La Haye Sainte which formed one of the British Positions and the furthest spot to which the French Army penetrated, they did once obtain possession of it but did not hold it long." [On the western side of the main road, and in front of the rest of Wellington's line, was the walled farmhouse and orchard of La Haye Sainte, which was garrisoned with 400 light infantry of the King's German Legion. The farmhouse, situated at the foot of an escarpment on the Charleroi-Brussels road, was a crucial Allied stronghold during the battle.] "... walked along the Road to the small House of La Belle Alliance the headquarters of Bonaparte during the Battle. In the Gable are still remaining many Cannon Balls which were sent there by the English Artillery and are plastered in with great care." [According to an account of 1820, originally La Belle Alliance consisted of three houses, one of which was a tavern, that now bears the name, and two adjacent houses.] "We then turned to the right along the French line at a short distance from the extremity of which is the Chateau of Hougoumont which was the great object of contention and the scene of the most dreadful fighting... continued efforts of the French Troops to take it... set it on fire which forced its defenders out. It is now in a state of complete ruin as it was left and bears ample witness to the vigor of the attack... The garden still produces fruit of which we tasted sour apples." [The Château d'Hougoumont (originally Goumont) is a large farmhouse situated at the bottom of an escarpment near the Nivelles road in Braine-l'Alleud, near Waterloo. Hougoumont had become dilapidated and was recently restored.] "We then returned along the English Line to Mont St Jean... the graves of twenty thousand men are no longer visible, the plough has levelled them." End excerpts. Also fascinating is Chapman's firsthand description of The Promenades Aeriennes or Aerial Strolls - the first modern rollercoaster - which was powered by horses and operated for seven years from 1817 to 1824 in Parc Beaujon, an amusement park on the Champs Elysees in Paris. With three-wheeled cars securely locked to a track, guide rails to keep them on course, early nineteenth century thrill seekers rode up and descended down steep inclines at what was then considered high speeds. In true nineteenth century dialogue, Chapman presents a rather sophisticated and eloquent account of the early form of an exhilarating amusement of the senses. On 28 September he and his travel companion had departed from La Mézière in a "carriole de poste."Reaching Paris on Sunday the 30th, they settled in the "Hotel d'Angleterre" on Rue Filles de St. Thomas, and began taking in the experience that only the City of Lights can offer. Thirty-four (34) pages are devoted to the tour of Paris, where an entire week was spent. Excerpts from the text describing Paris: "30 September 1821.... a desire to roam... we went to that centre of Gaiety and dissipation the Palais Royal where the splendour of the Shops, the Magnificence of the Restaurateurs and Cafes and the Gaiety of the Visitors form a Scene perhaps without its equal in any part of Europe." "1st Oct 1821.... we rambled over many streets and places not knowing exactly whither we were going... Walking is disagreeable... the carriages drive so close to the houses and so confusedly... a pedestrian is exposed to considerable danger of being run over and is certain to be well splashed unless is careful to avoid coming on Coaches and Cabriolets... The streets are lighted by lamps suspended in the middle of the street by a rope attached to the opposite houses... In the Boulevards they have lately introduced Gas." [Paris started gas illumination of its streets in 1820. Gas was led through pipe installations to the gas lanterns that were placed on poles. Every evening the lamplighters manual lit the lanterns and every morning they put them out, until the invention of a mechanical system that released gas into the lamp. The first electric streetlight would appear in Paris in 1878 - some 55 years after Chapman's visit, being Russian engineered arc lamps called "Yablochkov candle".] "The Boulevards... The best Shops by far are here and innumerable Cafés and it is the favourite Lounge of the French Exquisites..." "... the Place Vendôme... the Luxembourg Palace built by Mary de Medici... the Place du Carrousel in which is a Beautiful triumphal Arch erected by Bonaparté on which were placed the four celebrated Horses brought by him from Venice and restored to that city at the Peace of 1815. Bonaparté's spoiling of conquered nations has been very much censured..." "2 Oct. 1821. The Palais Royal likewise occupied a great portion of our time. The interior is a large Parallelogram of the most elegant architecture... an arcade extending round the Building in which are the Shops... a Promenade... beautiful fountain... once the Palace of the Duke of Orleans the Promoter of the French Revolution..." "4 Oct. 1821.... To aid us in our movement this day we hired a Fiacre or Hackery Coach which are better than the London and inferior to the Brussel ones..." "In the Evening we went to the Jardin Beaujon... the principal amusements are dancing and seeing conjurors [magicians]... and above all, riding down the mountains which here are the most superior in Paris. Two persons seat themselves in a Car which is then set in Motion down a gentle descent (running in grooves and so secured that they cannot be overturned) when they arrive at the bottom of a steep hill the Car by the force of its motion ascends a short way up this and there catches in a revolving chain which draws up to the top an elevation of upwards of fifty feet... guided to another descent much steeper than the first and in shape like a semi-circle down this the base runs with inconceivable rapidity to the spot from which it started where they are stopped by a strong spring which arrests their course very gently..." The Parisians & especially the Females delight in this amusement... The price of a ride is half a franc. Eight horses are employed to work the Machinery to draw them up. "5 Oct. 1821... to the Telegraph on Montmartre... a Battle was fought here in 1814 between the Troops of Bonaparte & the English who... captured the grandest City of Europe... We then went to that most romantic burying ground of Pere Lachaise, situated a little distance from the Town as no burials are allowed within the City... The cemetery is of great extent and the Tombs very numerous and of all Forms than Fancy can devise." "6 Oct. 1821. Our morning ramble was through the Champs Elysees... a fine opera which is called Place de Louis 15... to the Palais Bourbons... From this it is a short walk to the Hotel des Invalides..." End Excerpts. Beginning "on board the King George Packet at Dover" the month-long "Tour on the Continent," and thus the present manuscript, yields even more nostalgic imagery of Europe nearly two hundred years ago. Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels, Liège, Aix la Chapelle in Aachen, Calais, Gravelines, Versailles, Reims and Dunkirk were all visited, as well as Waterloo and Paris as described above. Early modes of transportation - usually horse-drawn or on rivers and canals, simple and foremost methods of street lighting, fashion and customs, languages foreign to the writer, chateaus, cathedrals, streets and shops, a palatial spa, and further sites of historical battles of the Napoleonic Wars leading up to the fall of Napoleon, are all described in firsthand observations of an astute and well-written English traveller. Historic hotels are named and described, as are certain city streets which have changed drastically in the past two centuries. A pleasing and detailed visual image of the old-time charm of notable continental cities, splendid tree-lined vistas and promenades which have since been commercially overtaken, ancient architecture and nineteenth century homes, citizens of three unique countries and their customs! The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815, near Waterloo in present-day Belgium, then part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Kingdom of the Netherlands finds its origin in the aftermath of Napoleon's defeat in 1813. In March 1815, amidst the turmoil of the Hundred Days, the Sovereign Prince adopted the style of "King of the Netherlands". Following Napoleon's second defeat at the Battle of Waterloo, the Vienna Congress supplied international recognition of William's unilateral move. The new King of the Netherlands was also made Grand Duke of Luxembourg, a part of the Kingdom that was, at the same time, a member state of the German Confederation. In 1830, Belgium seceded from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, a step that was recognised by the Netherlands only in 1839. At that point, Luxembourg became a fully independent country in a personal union with the Netherlands. Luxembourg also lost more than half of its territory to Belgium.

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        Le maître de chapelle ou Le souper imprévu. Comédie de M. Alex Duval. Arrangée en opéra comique en deux actes, par Mme. Sophie Gay

      Paris : Lyre Moderne, PN 379, [1821?]. - Partitur. [2] Bl. (Titel, blanco, Rollenbesetzung, blanco), 365 S. Gestochen. Fol. HLdr. d. Zt. Ecken leicht bestossen. Inhalt fingerfleckig. S. 73/74 Randabriss unten mit leichtem Notenverlust. Mehrere Randabrisse unten teilw. überklebt. Bibliotheksexpl. mit Stempeln auf Titel und einige Notenblätter. // Full score. Engraved. Fol. Contemp. half-leather. Corners sl. bumped. Ex-library copy with stamps to title and contents. Soiling to outer corners. P. 73/74 lower corner torn away with sm. loss to text. Several other corners torn away partially repaired. Erstausgabe der Partitur.Versand D: 4,00 EUR illustration, Oper, opera

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        Oeuvres complètes.

      - Paris. Lefèvre. 1821-1825. 30 volumes in-8, pleine basane racinée, roulette dorée en encadrement sur les plats, dos lisses ornés, pièces de titre rouges et de tomaison en maroquin noires. Petits défauts à quelques reliures. Portrait-frontispice. Edition bilingue latin-français, publiée par Le Clerc. Infimes rousseurs. Le premier volume est une vie de Cicéron, le dernier est une index très détaillé, permettent une consultation aisée des ouvrages. Série complète à laquelle on joint parfois 1 volume Indices Ciceroniani publié en 1824. "Cette édition des Oeuvres de Cicéron est la seule complète qu'il y est maintenant en Europe. Le texte, formé d'après les variantes de presque tous les manuscrits connus et les leçons des meilleures éditions critiques, porte tous les caractères d'une recension nouvelle". ". Attendu que les anciennes traductions qui ont été conservées, ont été revues par M. Le Clerc avec le plus grand soin.; que les nouvelles sont dues aux plus habiles professeurs de l'Université de France, et qu'enfin M. Le Clerc, aussi bien que ses collaborateurs, ont joint ou fait partout aux ouvrages de Cicéron des préfaces ou des introductions historiques, philologiques ou littéraires, et des notes critiques ou explicatives, dont la réunion formerait, comme on l'a dit, un cours de littérature complet sur les Oeuvres du plus grand écrivain de Rome". Quérard II, 210. 68

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        Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts.

      Berlin: Nicolaischen Buchhandlung,, 1821. Naturrecht und Staatswissenschaft im Grundrisse. Octavo (192 x 120 mm). Contemporary half mottled sheep and marbled boards, flat spine decorated gilt with Greek key and urn devices, red paper label lettered gilt, red edges. Joints and corners lightly rubbed, very occasional light spotting and the odd ink mark; a very good copy. First edition, complete with the secondary title. Compiled from a series of lectures the author gave at Heidelberg University, Elements of the Philosophy of Right is generally considered to be one of the greatest works of political philosophy. Although the imprint states 1821 The Philosophy of Right was published in 1820, as Hegel expected publication to be delayed by censorship.

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        Traité élémentaire de physique.

      - Paris. Vve Coursier. 1821. 2 volumes in-8, demi-basane, dos lisses ornés, coiffes du tome 2 frottées. [1] f. ; LXII pp. ; 510 pp. ; [1] f. - [1] f. ; 452 pp. ; [1] f. Illustré de 19 planches dépliantes. Troisième édition revue et considérablement augmentée. Sur le tome 1, envoi autographe de l'auteur : "A Monsieur le Comte Alexis de Noailles, hommage du respect de l'auteur". Le Comte Alexis de Noailles fut expulsé de France par Napoléon, pour son opposition au régime impérial. Sous la Restauration, il fut Député de la Seineet de la Corrèze. L'abbé Haüy est un des pères de la minéralogie moderne. Ce Traité élémentaire de physique lui fut demandé par Napoléon, pour l'enseignement de la physique dans les Collèges. 88 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre oder Die Entsagenden. Ein Roman. Erster Theil (= alles in der 1. Fassung erschienene). EA.

      Stuttgart und Tübingen, Cotta, 1821. - 4 Bll., 550 S. 8°. HLederband d. Zeit. Exemplar mit deutlichen Gebrauchsspuren: Einband berieben, bestoßen und beschabt (Deckelkanten stärker beschabt); oberes Kapital mit 2 winzigen Fehlstellen und unteres Kapital mit winziger Fehlstelle; Vorderdeckel mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle durch Wurmfraß; Ecken und Kanten mit kleineren Bezugsfehlstellen; Text auf den Rückenschildern teils abgerieben; Vorsätze leimschattig; etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt; zu Beginn etwas fingerfleckig; einige Bll. (insbesondere zu Beginn) braunfleckig; wenige Bll. mit Knickspuren in den Ecken: kl. Stempel "2te Inf. Regt. Kronprinz" auf dem Titel; kleine Bibliothekssigantur auf Innendeckel und Vorsatz. Goedeke IV/3, 434.III; Hagen 425; Fischer: Cotta II, 1300. Provenienz: aus dem Besitz von "Ottmar Hubert ReichsFreyHerr von Gumppenberg", mit dessen Wappemexlibris auf Vorderspiegel, datiert 1933. DE

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        Journal of Sentimental Travels in the Southern Provinces of France, shortly before the revolution; embellished with 17 coloured engravings, from designs by T. Rowlandson. 4to.

      Published by R. Ackermann, Strand. 1821 Hand-coloured front. & 17 further hand-coloured plates, 4pp publisher ads at rear. Uncut in orig. drab boards, printed paper label; sl. nick at head of leading hinge, small stain in upper outer corner of following board. Armorial bookplate of Beauchamp C. Urquhart. A v.g. well-preserved copy in half dark blue morocco slipcase.According to the BL, the text forms an abridged translation of M.A. von Thuemmel's Reise in die mittäglichen Provinzen von Frankreich. CAROL CHECK xref 80329.

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        O retrato de Venus, poema.

      Coimbra, Na Imprensa da Universidade, 1821. - 12°, mid-twentieth-century half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering and numbering pieces in second compartment from head and at foot of spine, gilt letter and numbers, decorated endleaves, top edges gilt, other edges uncut, red silk ribbon place marker. Small ink stain in outer margin of title page. Fresh, and in very good to fine condition. Old ink manuscript marginal notes on pp. 11, 12, 15 and 16 of the first canto. 156 pp., (1 l. Advertencia). *** FIRST EDITION of this significant early work by this great romantic adherent to the liberal cause, with the "Advertencia" leaf at the end, usually not present. Circulating in manuscript, the Retrato caused a heated controversy over the supposed immorality, atheism, and impiety of the seventeen-year-old Almeida Garrett. He was taken to court but emerged triumphant in 1822. Meanwhile, the work had been published in this edition of Coimbra, 1821. Soon after the 1823 counter-revolution, the patriarch of Lisbon issued a pastoral letter forbidding anyone from reading the poem on pain of excommunication. A second edition appeared in Rio de Janeiro, 1861.This poem is an esthetic education rather than an erotic exposition: Almeida Garrett mentions dozens of painters, among them Guercino, Raphael, Zeuxis, Appelles, Caravaggio, Correggio, Van Eyck, and the Bellinis. (Who would have thought so many of their names would scan?) Each of the four cantos is followed by a section of notes. After the fourth canto comes "Ensaio sobre a história da pintura" (pp. 95-156) because, explains Almeida Garrett, the Retrato is most incomprehensible without some grasp of the history of painting, and he believed there was no history of painting in Portuguese. (He was not quite correct: Prunetti's Regras da arte da pintura appeared in Lisbon, 1815 with an appendix by Taborda that was the first compendium of Portuguese painters.) A short section on the Greeks and Romans is followed by chapters on painting in Rome, Florence, Bologna, Venice, Flanders, France, and England, from the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries. At p. 139 Almeida Garrett begins discussing Portuguese painting from the eleventh century to the early nineteenth, giving a brief evaluation of the work of important painters.In the "Advertencia," Almeida Garrett states that he seldoms makes apologies for his work, but that he has reread this piece and has found "infindos defeitos, que me tinhão escapado; sendo-me impossivel emenda-los." He acknowledges the corrections made by "Excellentissimo Senhor S. Luiz" - probably Cardeal Francisco de São Luis Saraiva, who is credited in the manuscript copy at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal with having made corrections.The Visconde de 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 folklorist, a novelist, critic, diplomatist, soldier, jurist and judge, Almeida Garrett played many parts and with success" (Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 288-89).*** Innocêncio III, 309-13. Pinto de Mattos (1969) p. 322. Palha 911. Ameal 75. Azevedo-Samodães 104. See Saraiva & Lopes, p. 750. Porbase locates four copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal plus one at the Universidade de Coimbra; it also lists Almeida Garrett's autograph manuscript, at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac locates copies at the British Library, Manchester University, and Oxford University. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gedichte von D. Johan Heinrich Jung genannt Stilling.

      Frankfurt am Main, Hermannschen Buchhandlung. 1821 - 8°. VIII, 280 S. Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit mit rotem Rückenschild. Einband leicht berieben und bestossen. Papier durchgehend stockfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Chart of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, &c. Surveys in the Interior of New South Wales. Van Diemen's Land, from the Most Recent Authorities and Surveys. British Settlements at Port Jackson, &c. Part of Australasia.

      1821 - Edinburgh: John Thomson; London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, c.1821. Original colour. 520 x 625mm, paper watermarked 'A Cowan 1821'. A map of New South Wales with insets of the environs of Sydney, Tasmania and a general map of Australia. The main map marks the few expeditions made into the interior, including searching for the source of the Lachlan River.

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        Aquatinta nach J. Weber, gestochen von Franz Hegi: Begräbnisplatz auf den Südseeinseln mit einem Katafalk auf hohen Pfählen und Eingeborene bei der Opferzeremonie. Aus dem 17. Neujahrsblatt der Künstler-Gesellschaft in Zürich auf das Jahr 1821, enthaltend das Leben des Malers Johann Weber von Bern.

      Zürich. 1821 - 16,9x19,4 cm. Fries/Rohr 982. - Johann Weber (Webber oder Waeber) von Bern (1751-1793) war Landschafts- und Porträtmaler, Schüler Aberlis, künstlerischer Begleiter Cooks auf dessen Entdeckungsreisen in die Südsee. Seine auf dieser Reise festgehaltenen Zeichnungen, die bekannteste ist die Darstellung des Todes von Cook, sind dann im Auftrage der britischen Admiralität im Kupferstich vorgelegt worden. Er ist, durch seine Schenkungen polynesischer Kunst- und Gebrauchsgegenständen, zum Mitbegründer der ethnographischen Abteilung des Berner Historischen Museums geworden. - (Stockfleckig).

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        PACATA HIBERNIA, Ireland Appeased and Reduced: or A History of the Wars in Ireland in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Illustrated with Portraits of Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Totness; and Fac Similes of all the original Maps, Plans of Castles, Battles &c.

      London, Reprinted for James Taylor, Great Surrey Street, Blackfriars Road;. 1821 - Three Parts in 2 volumes (complete set). 8°. Pagination: 708 pages overall with 15 (of 18) plates and the two frontispiece-portraits missing. : Volume I - (1), (4), (4), 334 pages with six folded plates. / Volume Two - (4), 373, pages plus 8 unnumbered pages of alphabetical Index and 'A Catalogue of the severall Mappes [sic] contained in this Historie [sic]. Hardcover. Late 19th century half leather with gilt lettering on spine and new endpapers. Rare in this wonderful and clean condition. The here offered example of Pacata Hibernia is the rare third edition of the Original Edition which was first published in 1633 and beautifully reprinted in 1810. This edition is of identical quality in regard to the exceptional paper and the quality of the copper engravings as the 1810 Facsimile of the 1633 Edition. Volume One lacks the frontispiece portrait of Queen Elizabeth and the Map of Munster as well as the map of Cahir Castle / Volume Two lacks the frontispiece portrait of the Earl of Totness and the Map of Limerick]. An important publication for every collector of books regarding the region of Munster in Ireland ! According to the 'Catalogue of the severall Mappes [sic] contained in this Historie [sic], the two Volumes include the following plates and maps: 1. A Map of Mounster (X) [This map is missing] 2. A Map of the Earle of Ormond taken prisoner 3. A Map of Cahir Castle (X) [This map is missing] 4. A Map of Askeiton Castle [The Desmond Castle of Askeaton with Abbey at the River Deele] 5. A Map of Glin Castle [The Fitzgerald Castle of the Knight of Glin in County Limerick with River Shannon (Shenan - [sic])] 6. A Map of Carigfoyle Castle [The Ground Plott of the Castle of Carrigfoile / with an additional Plan showing the Siege of Carrigafoyle Titled: "The Castle of Carrigfoile in Kerry and a description how the Cannon was planted when it was bastred and wonne by Sr. Will. Pelham Lo. Justice of Ireland on Palme Sonday in 1580"] 7. A Map of Castle Mange [Castell Mang with The River Mang / Castlemaine - The castle of An Mhaing / River Maine] 8. A Map of Limerick Castle 9. A Map of the Siege of Kinsale [with Bandon River and The Harbor of Kinsale] (Slightly torn only) [The Army of the Kinge of Spayne by Don John de Aguila besieged in the twone of Kinsale by the Forces of her victorious and sacred Majestie under the command of Charels Lord Mountjoy, her Majesties Levtenant generall of her Kingdome of Irland - The Siege began the 17th daye of October 1601 and ended the 9th of Januarye followinge"] 10. A Map of the Fort of Hallibolyn [Castle / Fort Haulbowline (Cork)] 11. A Map of the Army in Beare [Army in Beara (near Castle Desmond and Dunboy near Castletownbere)] 12. A Map of the Siege of Dunboy 13. A Map of Muskrey [Barony of Muskerry [ Múscraige ] With River Lee flowing from Cork and showing the different Clans that are situated next to it / with an early mention of Shandon, Blarney Castle, O'Donovan Clan / McCarthy Clan etc.] 14. A Map of Castle-nigh-parke [Castle Park / James Fort in Kinsale Harbour with Bandon River] 15. A Map of Limerick (X) [This map is missing] 16. A Map of Yough-hall [Map of Youghal] ["The Towne of Youghall with part of the Barrony of Inchiguyn (Barony of Inchiquin) and within Imokyllie" 17. A Map of Corke [Beautiful Map of Cork with Marsh] 18. A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland, divided into four Provinces [This spectacular Map shows Leinster, Munster, Ulster & Connaught divided into all the different Clan Areas with the family names of the Clans placed to their regions of rule] The important historical narrative Pacata Hibernia, first published in 1633, was almost entirely composed by someone who stood very near to the person of Sir George Carew (afterwards Lord Carew of Clopton and Earl of Totnes), president of Munster during the three years (1600–3) through which the book traces the history of that province, ending with the suppression of the insurrection there. Possibly, the author was lieutenant Thomas S

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        Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; Performed in the Years 1819-20, in His Majesty's Ships Hecla and Griper, under the Orders of William Edward Parry, R.N., F.R.S., and Commander of the Expedition

      London: John Murray, 1821. Leather_bound. "Second edition" (see references below). More accurately, this is the second issue. [8], xxix, 310, clxxix p. 4to. Tables of astronomical observations. Quarter leather. Front hinge repaired. Bookplate. Occasional foxing. Fold- out maps. 1. General Polar Chart, showing the Track of H.M. Ships Helca & Griper from the Orkneys to Melville Island North Georgia. 2. Chart of the Discoveries. 3. Chart of Part of the Western Coast of Baffin's Bay. Single page maps. 1. Survey of Port Bowen 1819. 2. Survey of Winter Harbour Mellville Island June 1820. (some foxing to edges). 3. Plan of the Inlet called The River Clyde West Coast of Baffins Bay 1820. 14 engraved plates. Stains to first plate, mainly in margins. Two marks on plate opposite p. 122. Appendices: 1. An account of the going of the chronometers of the Helca and Griper 2. Lunar observations. 3. Observations to determine the latitude and longitude by chronometers. 4. Abstract of observations on the dip of the horizon at sea, with Dr. Wollaston's Dip Sector, in 1819 and 1820. 5. Magnetic observations. 6. Table of day's work kept on board the Helca. 7. Tide table in Winter Harbour, Melville Island. 8. An account of experiments to determine the acceleration of the pendulum in different latitudes. 9. Remarks on the state of health and disease on board the Helca and Griper. A supplement to the appendix was published by Murray in 1824. Arctic Bib. 13145.

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        A Series of Views Illustrative of the Island of St. Helena. FIRST EDITION. 4to.

      Published for the proprietor by T. Clay. 1821 Engr. front. (portrait of Wathen after Archer James Oliver), titlepage with hand-coloured aquatint vignette, illus. with two woodcut tailpieces & nine hand-coloured plates (one folding, neatly backed with silk). A nice clean copy. Attractively bound with numerous blanks in 20th century half dark green crushed morocco, green cloth boards, spine lettered in gilt. Signature on leading f.e.p. of J.G. Le Quesne. v.g.Copac lists three copies, with OCLC adding seven more. Auction records show the most recent copy selling in London in 2011 for £4500. Loosely inserted is the later business card of Julian Wathen, a descendent of the artist, and a typed invitation from him to Le Quesne, dated November 1978. A very attractive copy of Wathen's magnificent drawings, produced 'during the short stay of not quite three days on the Island of St. Helena, in the Summer of 1812'. The plates, engraved on copper by I. Clarke, are preceded by an Advertisement, a five-page descriptive account of the island, and an explanatory list of the plates. Wathen, c.1751-1828, was a glove-maker from Hereford. A keen walker and self-taught artist, he went on numerous walking tours in Britain and Ireland, especially after his retirement, producing fine topographical sketches along the way. The war in Europe prevented travel on the continent in the early part of the 19th century, encouraging Wathen to travel further afield, namely a trip to India and the Far East aboard Captain James Prendergast's ship The Hope. Wathen published an account of his travels in 1814, illustrated with his own highly accomplished drawings. The voyage took in St Helena, affording Wathen a brief opportunity to sketch the island, and although two of those images appeared in his Journal of a Voyage to India and China, the others remained unseen until the publication of this work. The Advertisement, anonymously written, gives some idea of their splendour: 'That solitary speck in the vast Atlantic, which looks as if loneliness and loveliness had at once marked it for their own, is here faithfully shewn in all its wild and romantic lineaments, and from these representations those who may never look upon the original scenes, may yet highly enjoy them in such correct reflections'. This is a scarce publication.

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        Manuscript Land Grant to Nathan Elliott in Van Diemens Land

      Sydney, 1821. Folio; manuscript in ink on vellum, 303 x 390 mm; in fine original condition, with suspended paper seal. A good, early grant by Macquarie as fifth governor, with the signatures of Charles Whelan as witness and Frederick Goulburn as Registrar. Of special interest is the signature of the second witness: Hector Macquarie, the governor's nephew, affectionately known to his uncle as the "Hero Hector". This land grant dates from just after the period when Hector accompanied Macquarie and his wife on their official tour of Tasmania.By this grant Nathan Elliott received seven hundred acres of land in the district of Jarvis, Van Diemens Land, on the Strathallan Creek. The area, which became known as Tea Tree Brush, is to the north of Hobart between Brighton and Richmond. Here Elliott built an important early house, Strathallan, and the grant is today a heritage property at the centre of a working farm.This land grant is on vellum, with a good signature by the governor, and is complete with Macquarie's seal of the colony of New South Wales. When it was issued in 1821, Macquarie had already lost his fight against John Thomas Bigge, the royal commissioner and the man who forced his resignation as governor. History has treated Macquarie more fairly since: the colony can be seen to have enormously prospered under his leadership from 1810 to 1822, and it is now celebrated as the Age of Macquarie and the period when New South Wales found its independent entity.Nathan Elliott arrived as a free immigrant in Van Diemen's Land 11 October 1819 on the David Shaw (his fellow passengers on the voyage included Richard Read, headed for Sydney). 21 months later years Elliott was granted this large parcel of land to which he subsequently added by further grants. By April 1837, Elliott had 395 acres in the parish of Drummond, 736 acres in the parish of Jarvis and 10 acres at Brighton. He began construction of the Strathallan homestead in the 1830s, and it was completed by 1842. He further expanded the property by acquiring neighbouring land and by 1862 it comprised 1,130 acres. It was listed on the National Trust Tasmanian Heritage Register, which describes it as "Single storey stone house with hipped roof with boxed eaves and return verandah on three sides. The front has 3 bays separated by pilasters, a central 4-panel timber door with fanlight and half sidelights and large 12 pane windows either side. Includes stone barn and stables"

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        Analyse du Jeu des Échecs, Par Philidor, Avec une nouvelle notation abrégée, et quarante-deux plances où se trouve figurée la situation du jeu pour les renvois et les fins de partie.

      Philadelphie: J. Johnston, 1821. Leatherbound. Good. Nouvelle Édition. A laquelle on a joint la figure et la marche des différentes pièces de de Jeu, ainsi que l'explication des termes qui lui sont particuliers. [7], 4-12, 131-134, 13-126, [7], 138-150 p. + plates (pp. 131-134 misbound). 18 cm. 21 colour plates at rear in red, green and black. One b&w woodcut diagram of chess pieces. Full leather with gold impressing. Chipped spine ends and worn corners. Bookplate and clipping on front pastedown. Ink notations on bottom of front pastedown, rear of front free endpaper, and top of half title. Foxing. Tear in p. 143. Philidor (1726 – 1795) was a French composer who was also regarded as the best chess player of his age. He once played three blindfold games simultaneously in a chess club in London. A well-known chess opening and a checkmate method are both named after him. Eventually, as the clipping on the inside cover notes, he was forced to flee the French Revolution and settle permanently in England. First published in 1749, this book was a standard chess manual for at least a century. It was the first that gave detailed annotations on how to play the middle part of the game, that presented chess strategy as a whole, and that presented the concepts of the blockade, prophylaxis, positional sacrifice, and mobility of the pawn formation. A scarce edition, produced in the U.S. in French. Note the bookplate for Rev. F. X. Burque, apparently a well-known 19th-century chess player from St. Hyacinthe, Quebec.

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        [Hunt, Leigh' The Months Descriptive of the Successive Beauties of the Year

      London: C & J Ollier , 1821. First edition. Original red cloth boards. Verso of half-title with announcements of other Hunt publications by Ollier. Colophon reads, "Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court, Fenchurch Street." as called for. This is a scarce Hunt title. A very nice copy.

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        An Atlas of Ancient Geography with two additional maps Arranged as follows list of 12 maps Orbis Romani pars Orientalis Orbis Romani pars Occidentalis Orbis Veteribus Notus Gallia Italia Graecia Asia Minor et Syria Palestina Aegyptus Britannia Romana Germany France Italy Spain and the British Isles

      Elephant folio (548 x 388 mm); letterpress title-page, twelve engraved maps, eleven printed from the original Sayer plates, now dated 12th May 1821, the 12th a map of Greece after Barbie de Bocage, dated 1st June 1820; the maps in original outline colour. Recent quarter calf with blue paper-covered boards, red morocco label with gilt lettering to upper board. Near fine. London : Richard Holmes Laurie,

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        Oeuvres

      Lefèvre 1821 - Paris, Lefèvre, 1821 4 volumes In-8 (21cm x 13,5cm) de [4ff.], XXXVIpp., 424 pp.; [3ff.], XXIIpp., 448pp.; [3ff.], XVIpp., 487pp.; [3ff.], IVpp., 512pp. Un portrait et 6 gravures hors-texte par ADAM, CHOLLET, BURDET, LARCHER et LORICHON. Plein veau d'époque, dos richement orné à nerfs soulignés d'une roulette dorée, titre et tomaison frappés or sur pièces de titres en maroquin noir, frise floral encadrant les plats, roulette dorée sur les coiffes et coupes, tranches dorées. (DUPLANIL) Bel exemplaire, reliures en bel état malgré quelques épidermures sur les mors et de légers frottements sur les plats et les coins, rousseurs et transferts des illustrations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        On the principles of political economy, and taxation Third edition

      London:: John Murray, 1821., 1821. 8vo. xii, 538 pp. Occasional foxing. Original paper-backed boards, printed paper spine label; spine rebacked with kozo, spine label chipped (a remnant) all extremities worn. Rubber-ownership stamp of Henry R. Wagner. Binding needs work; internally very good. Third edition of this classic work on political economics. This edition includes his chapter "On Machinery," which reconsidered the role of labor and the effect machines had on the labor force. "...in Ricardo's view, it is a choice between the potential for detrimental effects on labor from the use of new machinery versus even worse effects if the machinery is not used at all. His argument can certainly be questioned, at least in some places, but this is not the positive "lift all boats" theory of growth that is often attributed to Ricardo." - Sunday, September 16, 2012, Mark Thoma, [see: Economist's viewpoint]. "If I have to hire a labourer for a week, and instead of ten shillings I pay him eight, no variation having taken place in the value of money, the labourer can probably obtain more food and necessaries with his eight shillings than he before obtained for ten: but this is owing, not to a rise in the real value of his wages, as stated by Adam Smith, and more recently by Mr. Malthus, but to a fall in the value of the things on which his wages are expended, things perfectly distinct; and yet for calling this a fall in the real value of wages, I am told that I adopt new and unusual language, not reconcilable with the true principals of the science. To me it appears that the unusual and, indeed, inconsistent language is that used by my opponents." - Ricardo, On the principles of political economy, pp. 11-12. "David Ricardo is without doubt the greatest representative of classical political economy. He carried his work begun by Smith to the farthest point possible without choosing one or the other of the roads which led out of the contradiction inherent in it." - Roll, Eric, History of Economic Thought, pp. 155-6. "This work solidly established [Ricardo's] reputation as the leading economic annalist of his day. Barber, William J., A History of Economic Thought, 1967. "He now began to interest himself in scientific and mathematical studies, but after reading The Wealth of Nations he decided to devote himself to political economy The fundamental groundwork of the Principles is based on the theory that, given free competition in trade, the exchange value of commodities will be determined by the amount of labor expended in production: not a wholly original thesis, nor one capable of absolute expression, but one which was given new force by the theory of distribution with which Ricardo reinforced it. ... Ricardo was, in a sense, the first 'scientific' economist... Ricardo saw the study of economics as a pure science whose abstractions were capable of quasi-mathematical proof... his deductive methods have proved of great use in the elementary analysis of economic problems, and in the subjects which are capable of his rigid analysis, currency and banking, it has proved of lasting value." - Printing and the Mind of Man, 277. PROVENANCE: Henry Raup Wagner (1862-1957), Yale educated lawyer (classes of 1884 and 1886) and mining engineer who retired to California in 1917 where he became a leading bibliophile and California historical and cartographic authority. See: Streeter, Thomas W., "Henry R. Wagner, collector, bibliographer, cartographer and historian," California Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 2, (Jun., 1957), pp. 165-175. See also: John P. Henderson; John B. Davis, The Life and Economics of David Ricardo, Springer-Verlag, 2012; John Cunningham Wood, David Ricardo: Critical Assessments. Second series, 1994, pp. 23-28.

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        Deutsch-böhmisches Wörterbuch [Zwei Bände zusammengebunden]

      Prag: herrlische Buchhandlung 1802; 1821 - 2 Bände in einem, HLDr. der Zeit mit LDr.-Ecken, goldverzierter Rücken, überklebt mit handgeschriebenem Schildchen, LXVIII+344; [IV]+482 Seiten, von außen berieben, Rückendecke und Schildchen eingerissen, Deckel etwas berieben, handschriftliche Anmerkungen auf den Vorsätzen und fliegenden Blättern, Titelblatt und fliegendes Blatt mit aufgeklebten Zeitungsausschnitten, kl. Besitzerunterschriften auf dem Titelblatt, untere Seitenecken leicht fingerfleckig, ab und zu verbogen, Satzspiegel leicht gebräunt, sonst sauber und hell, insgesamt guter Zustand. Book Language/s: de, cz [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE POETICAL WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE, to which is Prefixed, The Life of the Author. LARGE PAPER COPY.

      London: Published by Thomas M'Lean, 26 Haymarket, 1821. LARGE PAPER EDITION, LIMITED TO 100 COPIES, 1821, 2 VOLUMES, COMPLETE SET. Royal 8vo, approximately 245 x 155 mm, 9½ x 6 inches, engraved frontispiece portrait of Pope to Volume 1, pages: vii, 1-379; [iv], 1-412, bound in full straight grain dark blue morocco, gilt lettering and decoration to spines, gilt and blind decoration to edges of covers, narrow gilt dentelles, (turn overs),original green endpapers, all edges gilt (the bindings are unsigned). Slight rubbing and scratching to bindings, slight uneven fading to covers and slight shelf wear; portrait and title page of Volume 1 offset and age-browned, (see attached image), age-browning to endpapers of Volume 1, occasional light foxing, mostly to margins, otherwise pages clean, a very good attractive set in contemporary binding. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Tour of Africa

      Containing a Concise Account of all the Countries in that Quarter of the Globe Hitherto visited by the Europeans; with the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants.First edition. 3 vols. 3 folding maps. 8vo. Contemporary half calf, gilt, slightly shelf worn, ownership inscription to title pages. xi, 458; xii, 531; viii, 536pp. London, Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1819 -

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        Elements of Political Economy

      Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London 1821 - 8vo. 1st edition. Quarter bound in leather over marbled boards. Some general wear to boards. Front joint just starting. Uneven toning from glue of binding to first and last few leaves. A few neat pencil marginal notes to text. VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyage autour du monde, fait dans les annees 1803, 1804, 1805 et 1806, par les ordres de Sa Majestie Imperiale Alexandre Ier, empereur de Russie, sur les vaisseaux la Nadiejeda et la Neva

      Gide fils, Paris 1821 - 3 volumes (text: 2 volumes, 8vo [8 x 5 1/2 inches]; atlas: folio [18 1/2 x 12 inches]). xii, 418; [4], 531, [1]pp. 30 engraved plates (portrait, 9 maps and 20 plates; 2 double-page maps). Uncut. Text in period patterned paper wrappers, the atlas bound to style in uniform period panelled wrappers. Housed in black morocco backed boxes. First edition in French of Krusenstern's seminal account of the first Russian expedition to circumnavigate the globe: complete with the rare atlas of plates. Capt. Ivan von Krusenstern's voyage was one of the most important post-Cook Pacific voyages, specifically aimed at obtaining more knowledge of the northern Pacific region, establishing diplomatic and commercial relations with Japan, and visiting the Russian trading posts in Alaska and on the west coast of America. It comprised the first Russian expedition to circumnavigate the globe, under the command of Krusenstern, between 1803 and 1806. Sailing in 1803, the expedition touched on Brazil and rounded Cape Horn, visiting the Marquesas Islands, Hawaii, Kamchatka, and Japan. In Hawaii the expedition separated, with ships under Langsdorff and Lisianski sailing to the Northwest Coast, while Krusenstern himself undertook the delicate Japan expedition, returning via Macao and the Cape of Good Hope. "The importance of this work stems from its being the official account of the first Russian expedition to circumnavigate the globe, and form the discoveries and rectifications of charts that were made, especially in the North Pacific and on the northwest coast of America" (Hill). First published in St. Petersburg between 1809 and 1814, with issues in both Russian and German, that first edition with its folio atlas of 105 plates is a major rarity of travel literature. Dutch, English and Italian editions followed, although none contained an atlas of plates. The present first edition in French is the first edition following the original publication to include an atlas of plates. The images are re-engraved versions of images in the original, and includes a portrait of Krusenstern, views and images of natives of the Marquesas, Japan, Sakhalin Island, Kamtchatka, etc., as well as nine maps of various Pacific regions visited. cf. Lada-Mocarski 62; Sabin 38332; Arctic Bibliography 9377; Howes K272, "c;" Borba de Moraes, pp.374-75; Hill 952 (ref); cf. Forbes Hawaii 407. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The North Georgia Gazette, and Winter Chronicle

      1821 - First edition. 4to. Later straight-grain cloth, spine gilt, some minor spotting but otherwise fine. xii, 132pp. London, John Murray, Inscribed by Parry on the half-title: ?Wm Sturges Bourne with Capt Parry's best compliments.? Having sailed under John Ross in 1818, Parry was given command of the Hecla and instructed to continue the search for the north-west passage. Parry's party made their way through Lancaster Sound, into Barrow Strait, and as far west as Cape Providence. They spent the winter to 1819-20 in a cove on Melville Island where ?Parry did everything possible to keep his crew occupied. There was constant activity, plays were acted at the ?Royal Arctic Theatre? and Sabine edited a periodical journal, The North Georgia Gazette, and Winter Chronicle? (Howgego). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage

      London: John Murray, 1821. sep 22 2017. 4to. (4), xxix, 310, clxxix. b/w plates, charts, some folding. Parry cut his teeth in the Spitzbergen whale fishery, then served under Ross in the Arctic. He commanded his own expedition in 1819-20, which was successful. A second expedition was undertaken in 1821 to attempt the long-desired Northwest Passage again, and a third was sent out under Parry in 1824. This is a first edition of the first voyage. Arctic Bib. 13145. Sabin 58860. Hill 1311. A fresh, clean copy of the first edition. Rebound, antique style, in half calf over marbled boards. Gilt decorated backstrip laid down.

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        Traite des maladies de l'oreille et de l'audition. 2 Bde.

      Paris, Mequignon-Marvis, 1821, 8, XVI, 396 pp. 522 pp., mit 3 gefalt. Tafeln Halbledereinbände der Zeit St.a.Tit. Rücken erneuert, frisches Exemplar aus dem Vorbesitz von Hermann Schwartze. First Edition of the first modern text-books on diseaes of the ear. This work did much to establish otology on a sound basis. Jean Marie Gaspard Itard (1774-1838) described startle tests for hearing of children and malingerers, and he developed an acumeter." Garrison & Morton Sein vorzüglichstes, namentlich wegen der darin niedergelegten guten Krankengeschichten und Beobachtungen noch heute sehr beachtenswerthes Werk "Traite des maladies de l'oreille et de audition' war epochemachend und enthält nach einer historischen, anatomischen und physiologischen Einleitung wesentlich praktische, auf Grund von 172 prägnanten Krankengeschichten niedergelegte Thatsachen über die gesamte Ohrenheilkunde, so daß es schwer fällt irgendein Capitel ... als vorzugsweise gelungen hervorzuheben." Hirsch-H. Garrison & Morton No.3364 Waller 5080 Heirs of Hippocrates 1292 Norman 1147

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        John MacCulloch

      1821. Large Folio Manuscript, 15.5" X 9.5", 48 pages of an unpublished French translation of the introduction and the first two chapters of the famous John MacCulloch work, <I>"A Geological Classification of Rocks with a Descriptive Synopsis of the Species and Varieties, comprising the Elements of Practical Geology."</I> The book was published in 1821 in London. MacCulloch compiles a classification based on the Abraham Gottlob Werner work, but without sharing his opinions about the origin of the rocks and the method of their grouping. In the book, MacCulloch divided rocks into two main classes: Primary and Secondary. He subdivided Primary into unstratified (granite) and stratified (mainly gneisses and schists, with some sediments). The Secondary included all the younger sediments and a few 'unstratified' rocks, which his descriptions clearly indicate were igneous intrusions, although he did not specify them as such. Macculloch also described in detail the occurrences of basalt lava ('trap'), the remains of the extensive Tertiary basalt lava plateau off the west of Scotland" (DSB). Macculloch was one of the pioneers of British geology and mineralogy, and prepared the first geological map of Scotland. <br /><br />MacCulloch was a Scottish Geologist and was elected to the Royal Society in 1820 He continued to write papers, chiefly on the rocks and minerals of Scotland, and had at last gathered so large an amount of information that the government was prevailed upon in the year 1826 to employ him in the preparation of a geological map of Scotland. <br /><br />One part of the manuscript reads in part, <I>"the number of species and minerals essential has batch composition of the rocks essentremement finite', but of an authenticate rock . . . stores of the rest under tired . . . nature; . . . some feel, they are able the consider common constituent left the masses . . . draft ice these various minerals . . . sounds the object of the systems of mineralogie and one the there will . . . leave numerous authors that fail to compile traits of the subject . ."</I> The manuscript is written on Montgolfier watermarked paper and is in hand-bound stunning condition.

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        KENILWORTH

      Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and John Ballantyne, 1821. FIRST EDITION, Second State. This is an attractive set of Scott's lauded Elizabethan historical novel, embellished with a great number of extra illustrations depicting members of the British ruling class, cultural figures, and various scenes and landscapes befitting the story's setting. Included among the portraits are over 30 of Queen Elizabeth and nearly 20 of the Author himself; other notable figures pictured here include John Evelyn, William Shakespeare, and Sir Walter Raleigh. The first English-language author to be recognized internationally in his lifetime, Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was, in the words of DNB, "a radical inventor of literary forms," including, especially, the modern historical novel. "Kenilworth" is one of his so-called Waverly novels, a series of fictional works written by Scott between 1814-32, most of which were set in the past and deal with conflict in one way or another. The plot of the present work centers on Robert Dudley, Earl of Leister, and Amy Robsart, whose marriage is kept hidden so that Dudley may win the favor of Elizabeth I. What unfolds is a classic tale of love versus ambition.. 187 x 117 mm. (7 1/4 x 4 1/2"). Three volumes. FIRST EDITION, Second State. Late 19th century blue morocco, covers with triple gilt fillet frame, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with central crown, gilt-ruled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED WITH 127 PLATES, all with tissue guards. Front pastedowns with bookplate of Christopher Clark Geest. Todd 149Aa. Spines uniformly sunned to navy blue, occasional minor foxing to plates or small marginal stains, otherwise A FINE SET, clean and fresh in unworn bindings. This is an attractive set of Scott's lauded Elizabethan historical novel, embellished with a great number of extra illustrations depicting members of the British ruling class, cultural figures, and various scenes and landscapes befitting the story's setting. Included among the portraits are over 30 of Queen Elizabeth and nearly 20 of the Author himself; other notable figures pictured here include John Evelyn, William Shakespeare, and Sir Walter Raleigh. The first English-language author to be recognized internationally in his lifetime, Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was, in the words of DNB, "a radical inventor of literary forms," including, especially, the modern historical novel. "Kenilworth" is one of his so-called Waverly novels, a series of fictional works written by Scott between 1814-32, most of which were set in the past and deal with conflict in one way or another. The plot of the present work centers on Robert Dudley, Earl of Leister, and Amy Robsart, whose marriage is kept hidden so that Dudley may win the favor of Elizabeth I. What unfolds is a classic tale of love versus ambition.

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        A geographical and commmercial view of northern Central Africa: containing a particular account of the course and termination of the great River Niger in the Atlantic Ocean.

      Edinburgh Blackwood 1821 - First edition. 8vo., xx, 288pp., 16 pages ads dated June 1st 1891 at end, large folding map(offset, short tear at fold), uncut in modern straight-grained calf gilt, an excellent copy. An uncommon account. M'Queen, the owner of plantations in Grenada in the West Indies, collected extensive information, principally from slaves but also from a study of Arab geographers,which led him correctly to the conclusion that the Niger ended in the great delta of the Blight of Benin. Not being a member of the geographical establishment, little notice was taken of his account at the time and many bizarre theories were put forward before M'Queen's thesis was accepted. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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