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        Chansons, Tome I-II (all) + Chansons Nouvelles.

      Paris, Didot, 1821 + Paris, Plassan, 1825. 8vo. Bound uncut in one nice cont. red hcalf with gilt back. Bdg. w. a few traces of use. Some brownspotting. Printed on good paper. Woodcut vignettes to all three title-pages and several text-vignettes in the last work.. First editions of both parts of Beranger's "Chansons". Béranger's famous and influential song appeared in five parts in all, beginning with the "Chansons morales et autres" in 1816. The two present collections constitute part two and three. The first part from 1816 is extremely scarce, but this second part, merely called "Chansons", is probably the most interesting and noteworthy off all the song-collections, as well as being the most comprehensive. "Une édition plus complète parut en 1821, 2 vol. in 18, Paris, Firmin Didot. Cette édition, résultant d´une souscription patronnée par le banquier Laffitte et A.-S. L- Bérard, fut tirée à 10,000 exemplaires; elle fut pursuivie, et l´auteur, quoique habilement défendu par M. Dupin l´aîné , fut condamné á trois mois de prison et á 500 fr. d´amende." (Brunet 1, pp. 781). The author was prosecuted and condemned to imprisonment for three monts because of the appearance of this edition. The two last parts, "Chansons inédites" and "Chansons nouvelles et dernières" appeared in 1828 and 1833. These two collections contain some of the most important of Béranger's songs, among these the influential Napoleonic ones. His songs develloped from being joyous odes into strong satirical and political songs; -"le gouvernement clérical et rétrograde de la Restauration fut particulièrement visé avec une verve mordante et caractéristique. C'est pour cela peut-être qu'il est un des plus grands créateurs de la légende napoléonienne, car il oppose l'époque glorieuse de l'Empire à la mesquinerie qui lui succéda." (Lafont-Bompiani, I:368). His obvoiusly satirical tone partly explains his great political influence at the time, -he is a master of portraying the Bourbon government, clericalism, the old reactionary nobility, and as a contrast the glorious souvenirs of Napoleon. "Voltairienne, sentimentale mais frivole, politique et satirique mais avec simplicité, évitant toute complication de doctrine et toute morale tragique, la poésie de Béranger est la représentation typique de cette première partie du XIXe siècle où la société est encore imbue des moeurs et des idées du XVIIIe et où le romantisme a peine à effacer complètement les formes littéraires et l'esprit de l'ancien régime." (Bompiani I, pp. 368.).Carteret I:134

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        A Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, by the rev. Tho. Frognall Dibdin, F.R.S.S.A. Volume I - III.

      Shakspeare Press, London, 1821. First edition. In English. 462+index+555+622+supplement. 3 vol. Contemporary half-leather binding. Richly illustrated. Gilt-Ornamented Spine. Exlibris. Marbeled covers and endpapers. Front joint on vol 1 cracked and back joint partly cracked on vol 3. Corpus slightly spotted, else fine

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        A bibliographical, antiquarian and picturesque tour in france and germany... london, bulmer and nicol, 1821.

      Tre volumi di cm. 25, pp. (4) xxv (7) 462 lxxix (1); (4) 555 (1); (4) 622 lxii. Con moltissime belle incisioni nel testo (anche a colori) e 83 tavole in rame fuori testo. Presenti le veline protettive. Solida legatura di foggia ottocentesca (ma d'epoca posteriore) in mezza pelle con punte, dorsi a nervi con titoli in oro. Qualche fioritura alle tavole che in pochi casi risultano appena rifilate, peraltro esemplare ben conservato. Prima edizione di quest'opera, l'unica del tempo che tratta in modo ampio un tema così affascinante: la ricerca bibliografica. L'autore si dilunga infatti nella descrizioni di tutte le sue scoperte in tema di libri antichi, ricercati e trovati durante il suo viaggio. Tratta delle biblioteche visitate, dei mercati di libri antichi, elenca manoscritti e incunaboli e impreziosisce il racconto con aneddoti divertenti.

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        A Treatise on a Section of the Strata from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the mountain ofCross Fell, in Cumberland; with remarks on mineral veins. Also, tables of the strata in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, etc.; to which is added, a treatise on the discovery, the opening, and the working of lead mines; with the dressing and smelting of lead ores.

      Printed, for the Author, at the Geological Press, and sold by John Pattinson, Alston ... , 1821 enlarged 2nd edition.. 8vo. xii, 422pp, xvi pp appendix, [6]pp index & glossary, [12]pp subscribers list and errata, plates (some hand-coloured and some folding), multi-folding table, text figures. Contemporary red half calf, re-backed in matching calf with new calf gilt spine label, original marbled sides and grey eps, marbled leaf-edges. Extremes rubbed with wear; occasional light offset from plates.

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        JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FOR THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE 1819-20 WITH APPENDIX, and JOURNALS OF A SECOND VOYAGE FOR THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE 1821-22-23 bound with NORTH GEORGIA GAZETTE and WINTER CHRONICLE 1821. SIGNED

      London: John Murray, 1821 and 1824.. THREE TITLES BOUND INTO 2 VOLUMES - WILL SELL JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FOR THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE 1819-20 WITH APPENDIX SEPARATELY FOR £550.00Journal 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. With an appendix, containing the scientific and other observations: The Second Edition: London: John Murray, 1821. xxix, folding chart, 310pp, clxxix appendix, illustrated 20 charts and plates as called for, (Plate XIII as frontispiece rather than facing page 97) Leather covers with paper label to spine. Front cover detached, armorial owners bookplate on verso front cover, price in ink on title page, repair to chart of baffins bay, this chart has also been poorly folded. Age toning, foxing to pages as expected. Journal of a Second Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; Performed in the Years 1821-22-23 in His Majesty's Ships Fury and Hecla, under the Orders of Captain William Edward Parry, R. N., F. R. S. and Commander of the Expedition. 1st Edition: 1st Edition, Rebound in blue cloth covers with gilt titling to spine, all edges trimmed, xxx, 571, eratta, 4 fold-out charts and 4 numbered fold-out views "Appearances of Lands" bound at rear, 31 plates [inc. frontis], 5 of which are maps. Presentation Copy to W H Hooper (Purser on the Hecla) SIGNED "Wm H Hooper Esq with the Author's Kind Regards on the title page, This title has then been gifted and signed by W H Hooper on the fly leaf "J.P. Welsford Esq with the affectionate Regards of Wm H Hooper" also The North Georgia Gazette, and Winter Chronicle is also signed on the title page "S L Hodges - from her friend W H Hooper Purser of the Hecla in ….Expedition - now of the ?? 1821" (Unfortunately the pages of the gazette have been cut down to fit with the volume and as such part of this signature and inscription is missing). "Through the long arctic winter, 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" . This periodical was afterwards published by John Murray, and is bound in with this journal. ON THE FIRST VOYAGE Parry was given command of the Hecla and Griper for his first expedition of 1819. Parry sailed up Baffin Bay and through Lancaster Sound and Barrow Strait to the south side of Melville Island, encountering much less heavy ice than anticipated. The expedition over-wintered at Winter Harbour, on the south side of Melville Island. Freeze-up delayed Parry until August of 1820, but he was still able to continue west to Dundas Peninsula and south to Banks Island before turning to head home to England. Parry's voyage was to be recognized as one of the most important in the history of Arctic exploration: he proved that Lancaster Sound opened a passage to the west, he charted a vast area of the unknown Arctic, and proved that it was possible to spend the winter north of the Arctic Circle without being in grave danger. He was also the first to reach 110 degrees west longitude, which earned him and his crew a cash reward of £5,000. [AB 13145]. The Journal, based on Parry's reports, appeared in 1821, after the rights had been bought by the publisher John Murray for the stunning amount of a 1000 guineas. In the same year this second, corrected, edition was published, followed by German, Dutch and French translations. ON THE SECOND VOYAGE " Sent by the Admiralty to search for a passage along the west coast of Foxe Basin, Parry sailed north of Southampton Island instead of south, the route preferred by previous navigators, and thus became the first to sail through Frozen Strait and confirmed Middleton's discovery of Repulse Bay. In late Aug. having found no passage through Repulse Bay, he explored the coast northward, sailing as far as Ross Bay. In Feb. 1822, Eskimos visited the ships' winter quarters on Winter Island and spent much of the winter in the expedition's company, enabling Parry and his men to make detailed observations on their customs and language. After leaving their winter quarters, they explored farther north equiped with Eskimo maps (ESKIMAUX CHART No 1, No 2 & No 3, facing p. 197, 198 and 252) and found the entrance to Fury and Hecla Strait. Ice prevented their passing through it, but overland journeys confirmed that it led westward to a sea. Parry returned to winter quarters and attempted to sail through Fury and Hecla Strait the following summer. Unsuccessful in this attempt, and fearing scurvy, he then returned home. Sabin 58864.

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        LETTERS TO MR. MALTHUS, ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY;

      1821. Paperback. Very Good. SAY, Jean Baptiste. LETTERS TO MR. MALTHUS, ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY; PARTICULARLY ON THE CAUSES OF THE GENERAL STAGNATION OF COMMERCE. THE PAMPHLETEER, VOL. XVII, PAM. NO. XXXIV. London; "Translated for the Pamphleteer exclusively," 1821. [2] + pp. [291] - 345 + [1] blank. 8vo., sewn printed wrappers, paper spine, front cover bearing title and publication data, inside front cover being an advertisement for the pamphlet and announcing the publication elsewhere of the new edition of Malthus' Principles of Political Economy. The rear cover is blank. There is minor creasing to the bottom corner, and there is occasional neat graphite pencil underlining and margin markings/notes, on only a few pages. Very good overall. All five of Say's letters are included; the translator is not named, but is likely John Richter. See Kress C776 for the (subsequent?) book version, published the same year. Rare.

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        B.) Fêtes et courtisanes de la Grèce.

      Supplément aux voyages d'Anacharsis et d'Antenor: Comprenant: 1. La chronique religieuse des anciens Grecs. 2: La chronique qu'aucuns nommeront scandaleuse. 3. Un almanach athénien; 4. La description des danses grecques, etc. Quatrième édition. 1-4. Paris, chez les principaux libraires, 1821. 8vo. Engr. front.+ (4),+ CIV,+ 105-544 pp.+ fold. printed table,+ fold. engr. plate,+ 4 plates with engraved music; engr. front,+ (4),+ 435 pp.; engr. front,+ ((2),+ 381 pp.; engr. front,+ (4),+ XII,+ 464 pp.+ 6 engr. plates, of which 5 folding,+ 2 plates with engraved music. Minor foxing and stain, mostly in volume one. Somewhat worn red half morocco with richly gilt spines with green labels, marbled boards and top edges gilt (G. Hedberg). Four volumes. From the librarry of Lucini Passaliaqua, with his book plate on first half title, and with a swedish bookplate. Pencil note in swedish on first half title that the book was bought at auction in Rome in febr. 1897. Fourth and augmented edition. First published in 1801. The plates shows musical instruments, hair dresses, dancing woman etc. The folding plate in part one depicts the planet constellations and the labour of Hercules. Pierre Chaussard (1766-1823) was a French writer, art-critic, poet, revolutionary (under the name of Publicola), politician and eventually in 1805 professor of belle-lettre at Rouen and Nimes. He took advantage of the interest in ancient Greece aroused by Barthelemy and Lantier to produce this work on the ancient customs and religions, with a touch of the scandalouse. Det svenska exlibriset är signerat av Arthur Sjögren 1813 och föreställer ett blått kinesiskt upplägningsfat av porslin, med röd och blå ram runtom

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        Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts.

      Berlin, 1821. 8vo. Cont. paper-covered boards w. a bit of wear to capitals and hinges. Minor loss to upper capital. W. handwritten paper-title-label on spine. Internally exceptionally nice and clean w. only occasional minor brownspotting. (2, -the rare additional title-page: Naturrecht und Staatswissenschaft im Grundrisse. Zum Gebrauch für seine Vorlesungen), XXVI, 355, (1) pp. A very good copy.. The scarce first edition of Hegel's seminal "The Outline (or later Elements) of the Philosophy of Right", the last of Hegel's major works, which represents the culmination of a life-long interest in politics and political phenomena. Hegel was perhaps more than any other German philosopher influenced by the French Revolution, and this masterpiece of philosophy constitutes a grandiose attempt to make freedom the foundation of human society. "Taken apart from the rest of his system, Hegel's political philosophy has been much misrepresented by totalitarian propagandists. He was, however, one of the most profound and influential thinkers of the nineteenth century. Theology, philosophy, political theory, all have been radically influenced by his system; Strauss (300), Baur (322), Bradley, Kierkegaard (314), Marx (326, 359), Lenin (392), all came under his spell, and his indirect influence has been limitless." (PMM 283)

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        Von der Anwendung des Löthrohrs in der Chemie und Mineralogie.

      Aus der Handschrift übersetzt von Heinr. Rose. Nürnberg, bei Joh. Leonhard Schrag, 1821. 8:o. XVI,311,(1) s. & 4 utvikbara grav. plr. Samtida marmorerat pappbd med röda snitt. Mindre skrapmärken på rygg och pärmar. Den fina inlagan endast obetydligt lagerfläckig. Plansch nr 2 snävt skuren i övre marginalen. Med en äldre namnteckning, F. Heck, på titelbladet. Bra ex.. Holmberg Bibliografi över J. J. Berzelius 1821:5. Sidorna 309-11 med förlagsreklam. Denna den tyska översättningen av "Om blåsrörets användande i kemien och mineralogien" utkom i senare upplagor 1828, 1837 och 1844. Heinrich Rose (1795-1864) var elev till Berzelius

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        BELL (Charles) On the Nerves; Giving an Account of Some Experiments on Their Structure and Functions, Which Lead to a New Arrangement of the System,

      First Edition, disbound extract from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society from vol 111 for 1821, pp. pp.398-424, large quarto, with one engraved plate (this a little browned and with an early library stamp on verso), London, [Royal Society], 1821. * GARRISON-MORTON, # 1255: "Bell's nerve, the long thoracic, described" and # 4520: "Bell's palsy; the facial paralysis ensuing upon lesion of the motor nerve of the face is here for the first time described". "Bell was one of the first physicians to combine the scientific study of neuroanatomy with clinical practice. In 1821, he described in the trajectory of the facial nerve and a disease, Bell's Palsy which led to the unilateral paralysis of facial muscles, in ONE OF THE CLASSICS OF NEUROLOGY, a paper to the Royal Society [the present paper] entitled "On the Nerves: Giving an Account of some Experiments on Their Structure an Functions," - Wikipedia. * Presented sewn with the following papers (with a total of 5 plates); BARLOW (Peter) On the Effects Produced in the Rates of Chronometers by the Proximity of Masses of Iron, pp.361-389; HOME (Everard) On the Peculiarities That Distinguish the Manatee of the West Indies from the Dugong of the East Indian Seas, pp.390-391; PHILLIPS (Richard); FARADAY (Michael) On a New Compound of Chlorine and Carbon, pp.392-397; DAVY (Humphry) Farther Researches on the Magnetic Phaenomena Produced by Electricity; With Some New Experiments on the Properties of Electrified Bodies in Their Relations to Conducting Powers and Temperature, pp.425-439.

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        Schriften. Alt und Neu. I-II.

      Breslau, Josef Mar, 1821. VIII + 318 + (4) + 264 s. Samt. kartonert bd. Litt kantslitasje, ellers rent og pent eks

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        Pharmacopoea Rossica. Editio Nova Auctior. (2 Parts) & Pharmacopoeia Regni Poloniae auctoritate Ministerii administrationis Rerum internarum et Disciplinae Publicae. Edita. A Consilio supremo Sanitatis. 2 vols.

      Leipzig et Soraviae, F. Fleischer, 1821. Bound in one cont. marbled boards, gilt back, red titlelabel with gilt lettering. A few scratches to boards. VI,376,(1) pp. and (Poloniae): VIII,199,(1) pp. Light yellowing to leaves, but a good copy.. The first Russian pharmacopoeia was published 1778 and revised 1799 by N. Karpinsky. The German issue, as here, follows Karpinsky's revision. - The Polish Pharmacopoeia was first published 1817, and the edition here follows this, and is thus the second edition

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