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        Travels In Syria And The Holy Land

      London: John Murray, 1822., 1822. 4to. pp. 2 p.l., xxiii, [3]errata, contents, & directions, 668. with half-title. lithographed frontis. portrait of Burckhardt after a sketch by Henry Salt. 6 engraved maps & plans (2 folding). numerous text illus. 19th century calf, former owner?'s gilt arms on covers, spine richly gilt (joints & edges somewhat rubbed, some scratches on covers, some light foxing to & offsetting from plates but overall an appealing copy). First Edition. Burckhardt travelled throughout North Africa and the Middle East for seven years under the auspices of the Association For Promoting The Discovery Of The Interior Parts Of Africa. A master of the Arabic language and the Islamic religion, he assumed the guise of an Arab using the name of Sheikh Ibrahim in his travels. His journals are invaluable for their observations on the Arab people and for his important geographical discoveries, including the site of Petra, Apameia, and the general structure of the peninsula of Mount Sinai. The present work was edited following Burckhardt?'s death by William Leake and published by the Association For Promoting The Discovery Of The Interior Parts Of Africa. Included are accounts of Burckhardt?'s lengthy sojourn in Aleppo, where he spent three years studying Arabic in preparation for his African travels, his six-months?' journey in 1810-11 to Palmyra, Damascus, Baalbekk, Lebanon, and the Hauran, during which he encountered great danger and hardship because of the disturbed state into which the country had been thrown by the Wahhaby revolt, his expedition to Damascus through the Mountains of Arabia Petraea and Desert el Ty, to Cairo in the summer of 1812, and journal of a tour in the Peninsula of Mount Sinai in the spring of 1816. The appendix contains an account of the Ryhanlu Turkmans and observations on the division of Syria and the recent changes in the government of Aleppo. Blackmer 237. Tobler p. 141. Weber 107.. 1st Edition. Soft cover.

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        Teorie preliminari introduttorie alla statistica ..... Prima versione dal tedesco di Carlo Bazzini

      Pavia, Dalla Tipografia di Pietro Bizzoni successone di Bolzani. 1822. 8vo., (6) + 215 + (1)pp., followed by a large folding table ('Tavola sinottica'), in a superb contemporary Italian gilt binding of dark green morocco, the sides with extravagant flowers and leaf borders, all edges gilt, flat spine ornately gilt in compartments, silk marker. A choice copy in a most desirable unsigned Italian binding. First edition in Italian. Johann Zizius (1772-1824), a German legal scholar and professor of statistics at the University of Vienna, published several works in his specialist subjects, including: Economic-political reflections on the trade balance> (Vienna, 1812) and Remarks on the new property tax system> (Vienna 1823).

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        Country Drained by Mississippi Eastern and Western Section

      Carey & Lea, Philadelphia 1822 - Stephen H. Long Country Drained by Mississippi Eastern and Western Section From: Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, written by James Edwin. Map is after the drawings by Stephen H. Long Published: Carey and Lea, Philadelphia 1822-23 Medium: Engraving by Young & Delleker. Also includes: "Vertical Section on the Parallel of Latitude 41 and 35 Degrees North" Dimensions: Image size of map sections, 16 x 10 3/4", Latitude map, 7 1/4 x 11 5/8"

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        CRUCHLEY'S IMPROVED GEOGRAPHIC COMPANION THROUGHOUT ENGLAND & WALES Including Part of SCOTLAND

      G. F. Cruchley, 349 Oxford Street, London 1822 - A dissected, very detailed 25-panel, hand-colored in outline, linen-backed map. Title set in border top-right. Scale: 1" = 10.91 miles. An early publication from this London carographer- no copy recorded on OCLC, with the British Library, per their on-line listings, holding only a later 1827 edition. Housed in the publisher's original green paste-paper slipcase, with printed paper title label to one side ["CRUCHLEY'S NEW MAP O.

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        Travels In Syria And The Holy Land.

      London: John Murray, 1822. - 4to. pp. 2 p.l., xxiii, [3]errata, contents, & directions, 668. with half-title. lithographed frontis. portrait of Burckhardt after a sketch by Henry Salt. 6 engraved maps & plans (2 folding). numerous text illus. 19th century calf, former owner’s gilt arms on covers, spine richly gilt (joints & edges somewhat rubbed, some scratches on covers, some light foxing to & offsetting from plates but overall an appealing copy). First Edition. Burckhardt travelled throughout North Africa and the Middle East for seven years under the auspices of the Association For Promoting The Discovery Of The Interior Parts Of Africa. A master of the Arabic language and the Islamic religion, he assumed the guise of an Arab using the name of Sheikh Ibrahim in his travels. His journals are invaluable for their observations on the Arab people and for his important geographical discoveries, including the site of Petra, Apameia, and the general structure of the peninsula of Mount Sinai. The present work was edited following Burckhardt’s death by William Leake and published by the Association For Promoting The Discovery Of The Interior Parts Of Africa. Included are accounts of Burckhardt’s lengthy sojourn in Aleppo, where he spent three years studying Arabic in preparation for his African travels, his six-months’ journey in 1810-11 to Palmyra, Damascus, Baalbekk, Lebanon, and the Hauran, during which he encountered great danger and hardship because of the disturbed state into which the country had been thrown by the Wahhaby revolt, his expedition to Damascus through the Mountains of Arabia Petraea and Desert el Ty, to Cairo in the summer of 1812, and journal of a tour in the Peninsula of Mount Sinai in the spring of 1816. The appendix contains an account of the Ryhanlu Turkmans and observations on the division of Syria and the recent changes in the government of Aleppo. Blackmer 237. Tobler p. 141. Weber 107. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Eccovi lo spoglio delle ricerche fatteci e delle notizie raccolte nel nostro stabilimento in questo giorno. Profittatene se vi aggrada onde possiamo impiegare l'opera nostra in servirvi. N. 1. Firenze, 4 gennaio 1822 (- n. 104. 30 dicembre 1822) - N. 1 Firenze, 1 gennaio 1827 ( - 105. 28 dicembre 1827)

      S. l. 1822 - 2, Firenze. - 6 voll. in 8, pp. (208). 104 nn. di questo mercuriale per ogni annata. Ogni numero, bisettimanale, si compone di due facciate, con, in calce, la firma a penna del redattore. Il foglio contiene: gli avvisi dei bastimenti in partenza (viene indicata la tipologia del natante e il nome del capitano); Offerte immobiliari e di lavoro; Avvisi editoriali di pubblicazione di opere in associazione. I prezzi correnti dei generi (grano, fagioli, fave, olio, carni), vini (chateux margaux, sautenes, champagne, chateau laffite). Il corso dei cambi monetari. Gli arrivi di merci al Porto di Livorno con le quantita' (sacchi, casse, balle, verghe) e il luogo di provenienza. viene, inoltre, data notizia di di altri beni in vendita come carrozze o una cappella portabile a forma di armadio, notizia di azioni in vendita e anche un cembalo ecc. Raccolta non comune, di grande interesse dal punto di vista della storia commerciale ma anche del costume, di particolare interesse essendo la sequenza completa dal 1822 al 1827, dando, cosi', un quadro dei prodotti in arrivo da porti del mediterraneo e il loro prezzo. Viene anche dato il prezzo corrente di generi varii, particolarmente alimentari. Di particolare suggestione gli avvisi di partenza dei bastimenti con offerte di imbarco per merci e persone. ITA

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        La Suisse, ou Tableau historique, pittoresque et moral des cantons helvetiques, moeurs, usages, costumes, curiosites naturelles etc.,

      Paris, Eymery, 1822 - XII, 181 S., 1 Bl.; 187 S; 182 S., 1 Bl.; 239 S., 16 gefaltete Kupfertafeln, 1 gef. gest. Musikbeilage, 1 gef. Kupferkarte. Wäber 59; vgl. Barth 17248 und Dreyer 787 (2. Ausg. 1824); nicht bei Lonchamp. - Mit hübschen Ansichten u. a. von Altdorf, Bern, Genf, Gersau, Lausanne, Pfeffers, Sion, Thun sowie 4 Tafeln mit je 4 Kostümdarstellungen. - An wenigen Stellen leicht wasserfleckig, einige wenige Quetschfalten. Die schönen Einbände sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 8°, rote HSaffianbände der Zeit mit RVergoldung

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy]
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        The use of the blowpipe in chemical analysis and in the examination of minerals

      Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1822, Full-Leather, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition Thus. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall, The use of the blowpipe in chemical analysis and in the examination of minerals, by J. J. Berzelius; translated from the French of M. Fresnel, by J. G. Children ... with a sketch of Berzelius' system of mineralogy; a synoptic table of the principal characters of the pure earths and metallic oxides before the blowpipe, and numerous notes and additions by the translator. Printed by C. Baldwin, London. 8.75 x 5.5 inches. Modern full calf [may be leatherette but doubtful] fine binding in a butterscotch color, with hubbed spine and with gold-stamped title and rules over a black morocco label. The binding has a beautiful hand and is in superb condition, with scarcely any evidence of wear. Unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. With [5] + vi to xxxix, and 343 numbered pages + [1]. With large facsimile fold-out sheet tipped on to p. 119: Synoptic view of the principal characters of the earths and metallic oxides before the blowpipe. With B&W full-page plates opposite pp. 8, 16, and 33, the plates foxed to one degree or another. Age-toning to the upper corners of the preliminaries. Scattered foxing throughout the book, with some pages virtually free of foxing. Else an exceptionally clean and tight copy. A Very Good copy. A highly desirable copy of a very scarce volume.

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        La Suisse, ou Tableau historique, pittoresque et moral des cantons helvetiques, moeurs, usages, costumes, curiosites naturelles etc. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden - 1. Ausg.

      Paris, Eymery, 1822. XII, 181 S., 1 Bl.; 187 S; 182 S., 1 Bl.; 239 S., 16 gefaltete Kupfertafeln, 1 gef. gest. Musikbeilage, 1 gef. Kupferkarte. 8°, rote HSaffianbände der Zeit mit RVergoldung. Wäber 59; vgl. Barth 17248 und Dreyer 787 (2. Ausg. 1824); nicht bei Lonchamp. - Mit hübschen Ansichten u. a. von Altdorf, Bern, Genf, Gersau, Lausanne, Pfeffers, Sion, Thun sowie 4 Tafeln mit je 4 Kostümdarstellungen. - An wenigen Stellen leicht wasserfleckig, einige wenige Quetschfalten. Die schönen Einbände sehr gut erhalten.

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        An account of the Abipones, an equestrian people of Paraguay. From the Latin [by Sarah Coleridge].

      Murray,, London. 1822 - 3 Bde. XII, 435; V, 446; VI, 419 S. Sabin 20414; Borba de Moraes I, 228. - Mit egh. Widm. d. Übersetzerin. - Der Jesuit Dobrizhoffer (1717-1791) lebte 18 Jahre als Missionar in Südamerika, davon 7 bei den Abiponen. Nach der Vertreibung des Ordens aus Südamerika ließ er sich 1768 in Wien nieder. Hier schrieb er das vorliegende, von der Enc. Brit. geschätzte Werk. Ratzel schreibt in der ADB "D., der ein sehr gründlicher und kritischer Gelehrter und scharfer Beobachter war, hat sich mit großer Liebe besonders in die Sprache der Abiponer vertieft.D.'s Geschichte der Apiponer ist eine Völkerschilderung von bleibendem Wert." Das Werk enthält ferner eine physische und politische Beschreibung des Landes und seiner Nachbargebiete, schildert die Niederlassungen der Jesuiten in Paraguay (Jesuitenstaat!), Geographie, Naturgeschichte, Reisen in den beschriebenen Regionen u.v.m. - Text mit einem Anflug von Stockflecken, Rücken von Bd. 1 restauriert, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. Ldr. d. 19. Jhs. mit reicher Gold- u. Blindpräg. Exlibris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE FLORIDIAN. Vol. 1, No. 34.

      Pensacola, Fl. April 20, . 1822 - [4]pp. Folio newspaper. Contemporary annotation above title on p.[1], partially trimmed. Split at fold, 8-inch tape repair on p.[3]. A few small holes in text, affecting a few letters. A few closed tears in outer margins, not affecting text. Age-toned, some foxing. A good copy. The thirty-fourth issue of the second newspaper published in Territorial Florida, preceded only by the FLORIDA GAZETTE of St. Augustine, which began publication in July 1821. Pensacola became a permanent part of the United States under the terms of the Adams-Onìs Treaty of 1819. This issue includes news concerning the United States Congress, the Army, local shipping, pirates, and the author of the Waverly novels, Walter Scott. There are also advertisements for local businesses, professional services (including translating and interpreters), dry goods, furniture, and a national lottery. The ad for the Pensacola Book Store includes a list of some seventy titles. A rare early Florida imprint. SERVIES 1076.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        THE FLORIDIAN. Vol. 1, No. 37

      Pensacola, Fl. May 12, 1822.. [4]pp. Folio newspaper. Contemporary annotation above title on p.[1]. Split at fold. Lower inner margin pp.[3-4] closely trimmed, affecting a few letters. A few closed tears in outer margins, not affecting text. Age- toned, some foxing. A good copy. The thirty-seventh issue of the second newspaper published in Territorial Florida, preceded only by the FLORIDA GAZETTE of St. Augustine, which began publication in July 1821. Pensacola became a permanent part of the United States under the terms of the Adams- Onìs Treaty of 1819. This issue reports news from the United States Congress, including a report from the Secretary of War "devised and pursued for the Civilization of Indian Tribes, within the United States." Other articles cover a variety of subjects such as crop rotation, the mocking bird, and a letter George Washington wrote to the Emperor of Morocco concerning the captivity of mariners. There are also advertisements for local businesses, professional services, dry goods, furniture, and a bakery, as well as ads for the Pensacola Book Store and the Pensacola Reading Room. A rare early Florida imprint. SERVIES 1076.

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        Lista de los Señores Diputados designados por S.M.I. para que compongan la Junta que ha de substituir al extinguido Congreso, conforme al Decreto Imperial de 31 del último Octubre.

      [Colophon] Mexico, Imprenta Imperial, signed 1 November 1822. - Caption title. (1 l., printed on both sides). Folio (31 x 21 cm.), unbound. Horizontal foldline, creased at one edge, small hole in margin, but overall in fine condition. On verso, name added in ink manuscript in a contemporary hand ("S.D. Jacinto Rubi" [?]). ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION [?]. This list of deputies designated by Iturbide to form a Junta to replace the Mexican Congress he had disolved on October 31, 1822 includes representatives from areas that became part of the United States: Texas, New Mexico, Antigua and Nueva California. Also listed are deputies from the other Mexican states and from Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras. Some of the deputies were or became well known, for example: P. Refugio de la Garza (from San Antonio, Texas); Lorenzo de Zavala (representing Yucatan, later interim vice president of Texas), the Marques de San Juan de Rayas (José Mariano de Sardaneta y Llorente, from Mexico), and Miguel Guridi y Alcocer (Tlaxcala).During the Mexican War of Independence, Agustín Cosme Damián de Iturbide y Arámburu (1783-1824), also known as Augustine I of Mexico, built a coalition of supporters among liberals, landed nobility, and the clergy that allowed him to take control of Mexico City in September 1821. In late 1821 he became president of the Regency, and the following May named himself constitutional emperor of Mexico. Iturbide's dismissal of the Congress in October 1822 (referred to in the caption of this work), in favor of a hand-picked junta that would answer only to him, led to the revolution under Guadalupe Victoria and López de Santa Anna that ultimately resulted in Iturbide's abdication in March 1823. ---- Not located in Sutro. Not located in Steele & Costeloe. OCLC: 562568539 (British Library); 244794714 (University of North Texas). Not located in Josiah. Copac repeats British Library only. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        The Book of Martyrs Containing an Authentic Account of the Lives, Persecutions and Sufferings of the Holy Martyrs And forming a Complete History of Martyrdom from the Commencement of Christianity to the Present Time Revised, Corrected, and Improved by the Rev John Malham Embellished with a series of superior Engravings from Original Designs

      London: Thomas Kelly, 1822., 1822. Folio; pp. (viii), ix-cviii, 692, (iv). Contemporary full calf with rubbed gilt rule to marked boards, corners nicely restored; respined to style with gilt raised bands, black title label, blind tooling to compartment. Marbled end papers; with 2 crimson and gilt leather owners labels to paste down , one of J. and M. Trask 1827, and the other R. and A. Allan 1987. Complete with Engraved Frontispiece, engraved title, portrait, 1 full-page plate and 60 illustrations on 30 leaves. Edges to first few leaves frayed, occasional closed tears, a few light stains/watermarks. Generally a very good and sound copy.

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        The Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1822. First edition. Illustrated with 155 plates, 50 of them hand colored, by Henry Alken, Cruikshank, Landseer, etc., and 214 woodcuts in the text. Without the rare June Issue as usual in Vol. XIII. 13 vols. 8vo. Uniformly bound in full red cross-grained morocco with 4 gilt stamped emblematic tools used on the spines. First edition. Illustrated with 155 plates, 50 of them hand colored, by Henry Alken, Cruikshank, Landseer, etc., and 214 woodcuts in the text. Without the rare June Issue as usual in Vol. XIII. 13 vols. 8vo. A CORNERSTONE OF ANY SPORTING LIBRARY. Schwerdt I, pp. 32-5; Tooley 64; Podeschi A12. Provenance: Estate of Helen Dow Whiting

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        Dizionario universale ragionato della giurisprudenza mercantile del Sig. Senatore D. D. A. Azuni primo giudice legale del supremo magistrato del Consolato e del mare sedente in Cagliari. Tomo I (-IV)

      Dai torchi di G. Masi 1822-23, Livorno - 4 voll. leg. in 2, in 4?, pp. XXX + 366; 292; 296; 210 + 110 con 1 ritr. inc. all'acquaf. posto al 2? vol. M. pl. coeva con tasselli e fr. oro al d. Piccole mancanze al d. del?2? vol. e alcuni segni d'uso ai piatti e ai tagli. Seconda edizione, dopo quella 1786-88, di quest'opera di diritto mercantile e marittimo di grande fortuna, realizzata sulle basi dell'esperienza acquisita in particolare nel ruolo di giudice del tribunale del commercio marittimo di Nizza. Durante il periodo napoleonico, Azuni?ebbe l'incarico di partecipare alla stesura del codice marittimo e commerciale francese. Dopo la restaurazione, caduto in sfortuna, si ritir? a Genova e poi a Cagliari. Quest'opera, che per certi versi richiama il Dictionnaire universel de commerce del Savary, risulta a causa di una concezione troppo enciclopedica e omnicomprensiva densa di una eccessiva mole di notizie a scapito dell'approfondimento giuridico. Mansutti, 104 (solo i primi 2 tomi). ITA

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        Tabulae arteriarum corporis humani. Abbildungen der Pulsadern des menschlichen Körpers

      Karlsruhe C. F. Müller, 1822.. M. 38 lithographierten Doppeltafeln in zwei Ausführungen (zweifarbig handcoloriert und in schwarz-weißer Umrissdarstellung). Folio (ca. 735 x 535 mm). HLdr.-Einbd. d. Zt. m. geprägt. Rückentitel; Rücken und Einband stark beschabt und bestoßen; die Blätter teils etwas fleckig, im Randbereich etw. fingerfleckig u. etwas stock- und braunfleckig.. Seltener Atlasband mit insgesamt 76 Doppeltafeln des berühmten Anatomen.

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        LE MUSÉE DES THÉATRES.

      Imp. Firmin Didot. París, s.a. (c. 1822 - ). 13 cm. 180 pág. Ilustr. con 12 lám. a color, fuera del texto. Puntos de óxido. Ex-libris de la biblioteca de Louis Becker. Rara obrita que contiene, además de una introducción titulada Le petit afficheur, un listado de las obras representadas a lo largo de 1821 en los diversos teatros parisinos: la Académie Royale de musique, el Théâtre français, el Théâtre de l'Opéra-comique, el Théâtre de Vaudeville, el Gymnase-dramatique, el de Variétés, el de la Gaieté, el Ambigu-comique, el Théâtre de la Porte-St.-Martin y el Panorama-dramatique, inaugurado precisamente en 1821 y que cerró sus puertas dos años después. Resulta interesante por cuanto, además de dar el nombre de los autores, ofrece pequeñas píldoras argumentales y de crítica teatral, destaca la presencia de algunos actores, incluye fragmentos destacados y rastrea semejanzas y diferencias entre obras. La introducción, en forma de diálogo, define la obra como "dedicada al bello sexo, en la cual se pasa revista a todas las obras representadas a lo largo del año, y donde se encuentran las mejores coplas de nuestros vaudevilles". Biblioteca Nacional de Francia BNF 33495539. teatro francés, siglo XIX

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        Die Insel Norderney und ihr Seebad nach dem gegenwärtigen Standpuncte

      Hannover, Hahn 1822.. Mit 3 (1 mehrfach gefalt.) Kupfern. VIII, 240 S. Pappband d. Zt. Engelmann 707. - Auf blauem Papier gedruckt. - Die Falttafel mit einer schönen Vogelschauansicht der gesamten Insel, die beiden anderen Tafeln zeigen eine Karte von Norderney sowie "Bade-Kutschen der See-Badeanstalt". - Einband fleckig, Rücken lädiert.

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        A Practical Treatise on the Bath Waters, tending to illustrate their beneficial effects in Chronic Diseases, particularly in Gout, Rheumatism, Paralysis, Lead Colic, Indigestion, Biliary Affections, and Uterine and Cutaneous Diseases; confirmed by cases. Containing likewise a brief Account of the City of Bath, and of the Hot Springs.

      London: Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown 1822 - First edition, vi, 442, [2]pp., large folding frontispiece of "a ground plan of the antient Roman Bath" (foxed and partially offset onto title), presentation inscription on upper blank margin of title "W. Godwin with the author's best regards.", original boards, uncut, rebacked. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Symptoms of Being Amused

      1822. With Forty-Two Hand-Colored Engraved Plates Containing Approximately 200 Comical Vignettes ALKEN, H[enr]y. Symptoms of Being Amused. Vol. I. London: Published by Thos. McLean: Repository of Wit & Humour, 1822. First edition. Oblong folio (10 7/16 x 14 1/2 inches; 265 x 366 mm.). Hand-colored engraved title and forty-one hand-colored engraved plates, each containing several vignettes with humorous titles, plus one leaf of text (?"Symptoms of a Preface?"). Plates watermarked 1823 and 1828. Fourth plate with lower margin 1/2 inch short - not affecting plate mark.Contemporary three-quarter burgundy straight-grain morocco over marbled boards, front cover with original maroon morocco gilt lettering label, spine with four double-raised bands, lettered in gilt in one compartment. A few minor marginal fox marks, otherwise a very fine copy. Housed in an early twentieth century , silk lined, red cloth 'jewel case' lettered in gilt on front.?"Symptoms of being Amused and Illustrations to Popular Songs, published by T. M?'Lean in 1822 and 1823, are oblong quartos, containing forty-two plates each. These are soft-ground etchings, coloured by hand, and were originally issued in seven monthly parts… Each page is packed tight with random, haphazard sketches, with titles laboriously fitted, of a strained and very tiresome wittiness. They form a kind of rough-and-tumble, knock-about entertainment, with little taste or refinement, that seems to have had some topical interest at the time of publication, for we ar told of the Symptoms that ?'an unprecedented Sale of 30,000 bespeaks the Public estimation of the unrivalled spirit and fertility of design, evinced throughout this Novel and Elegant Work?'?" (Martin Hardie, p. 183). ?"There are around 200 comical vignettes in the book, a good share of them having to do with riding and fox-hunting?" (Mellon/Podeschi). ?"Although Vol. I appears on the title page, no other volume was completed; a second was commenced, but only reached 18 plates. These latter are extremely rare. They bear imprint, London Published by Thomas McLean Repository of Wit & Humour 26 Haymarket 1824?" (Tooley). Martin Hardie, pp. 179, 183, and 319. Mellon/Podeschi 114. Schwerdt I, p. 27. Tooley 57.

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        Encyklopädie des gemeinnützigen weiblichen Wissens, oder allgemeines praktisches Handwörterbuch für Frauenzimmer aus allen Ständen zur deutlichen, richtigen und vollständigen Selbstbelehrung über alle in der Haushaltung vorkommende, damit in Verbindung stehende, und sonst einem Frauenzimmer, hinsichts der Erweiterung zweckmäßiger Kenntnisse, Erleichterung der Geschäfte, Benutzung der Vortheile, Anwendung der Hülfsmittel, Verminderung des Aufwandes, auch Erhaltung des körperlichen Wohlstandes und der weiblichen Schönheit, zu wissen nöthigen und nützlichen Gegenständen, in Verbindung mit einigen Mitarbeitern herausgegeben von J.A. Donnhöfer,

      Quedlinburg, Gottfried Basse, 1822 - 364/368/256/260 Seiten Einbände berieben, bei Band 2 ist das Gelenk am Rücken hinten 6 cm aufgeplatzt und das Innengelenk am Falz gerissen, daher ist der Buchblock locker, bei beiden Bänden sind die Vorsätze gebräunt und lichtrandig, die Seiten etwas stockflekig, sonst gut erhalten. - Exlibris Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 951 Kl.-8°, Halbleder, Einband der Zeit, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a visit to some parts of Ethiopia. With maps and other engravings.

      London, John Murray, 1822. 4to. VI + 333 + (1) s. 2 foldede kart. 16 plansjer (akvatint) Nyere skinnbd. med fem opph. bind. Ryggdekor i gull. Sort skinn tittelfelt.. Recent half calf with 5 raised bands.Spine gilt. Black label. 2 folding maps. 16 aqvatints

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        Nuova guida della citta di Siena per gli amatori delle belle=arti

      1822. SIENA. Nuova guida della città di Siena per gli amatori delle belle=arti. viii, 167, [1] pp. Illustrated with four large folding engraved plates. 4to., 185 x 140 mm, bound in original blue paper wrappers, with deckled edges. Siena: Nella Stamperia Mucci, 1822. Presumed First Edition, with no other edition listed in OCLC and no record in ABPC. A historical introduction lays the foundation for this detailed tour of the architecture and art of Siena, presented in a comprehensive, handy guide, complete with an index and a very large, very detailed folding engraved map of the city bound-in at the end. The three other plates, in order of appearance, show the facade of the Duomo and the Palazzo Reale; the famous main piazza; and a floorplan of the Duomo. Dedicated to the Sienese nobleman Giulio del Taja, this guide builds on previous publications intended for a foreign audience, readers with little or no knowledge of the city "viv[endo] con estrema vergogna in mezzo a mille bellissimi oggetti senza conoscerli." Churches, palaces, piazze, and other monuments painted, frescoed, and scuplted by notable artists are described with great detail. Some monuments, including la pubblica Libreria and S. Caterina (pp. 140-141), are marked with manicules for emphasis. The text is sometimes attributed to Marco Ferri, although Guido Mucci signed the dedication. Small holes from natural paper flaws affecting text on one leaf and headline on another. Neatly rebacked. PROVENANCE: Unidentified armorial stamp on front cover and title-page, and single word inscribed in early ink on each cover; sparse contemporary annotations in Italian; old library stamp on verso of city map. See Fossati-Bellani 3306 (1828 ed.).

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        Jakobusdarstellung.

      - getönte Inkunabel der Lithographie v. N. Strixner n. Israel v. Meckenem b. Strixner in Stuttgart, dat. 1822, 55,5 x 19,5 Jakobsbrüder / Pilger / Jakobsweg / Camino de Santiago. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Nuevo arte de cocina, sacado de la escuela de la experiencia económica, su autor. añadido en esta impresión el Arte de trinchar.

      Barcelona, Imprenta de Sierra y Martí 1822 - 8º (14,4 x 9,8 cm.) 176 p. inc. port. Pasta española de época, lomo liso, tejuelo y hierros dorados. La importancia del trabajo de Juan Altamiras estriba en que representa la cocina española justo antes de que se viera influenciada por la cocina francesa posteriormente a lo largo del siglo XIX. Juan Altamiras o de Altamiras, monje franciscano aragonés, escribió en el siglo XVIII su “Nuevo arte de cocina”, en el que a diferencia de otros libros de la época, se centra en platos sencillos y sobrios propios de la cocina popular. Por ello, además de recetas, Altamiras incluye algunos métodos para aprovechar mejor los recursos e ingredientes en la cocina. “A mitad del siglo XVIII Juan Altamiras, cocinero y fraile, seudónimo de fray Raimundo Gómez, franciscano nacido en La Almunia de Doña Godina según afirma Félix Latassa (1735 – 1805) en su Biblioteca Nueva de escritores aragoneses, que profesó en diferentes conventos aragoneses, pensaba en revolucionar la gastronomía con una no pequeña dosis de humor añadida a las recetas en un libro que sin duda puede conceptuarse como un pequeño manual de nuevas formas de preparar los alimentos y administrar la cocina en un convento zaragozano.” [Academia Aragonesa de Gastronomía] Fue obra de gran éxito que alcanzó veintinueve ediciones distintas, desde la primera en 1745 hasta la última en 1994. Palau, 8993. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narrative of a Voyage to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, in the ship Skelton, during the year 1820

      Edinburgh: John Anderson, Jun, 1822. Duodecimo, portrait frontispiece; some browning as usual, bound without half-title or advertisements sometimes seen; a most attractive copy in a contemporary half calf binding, gilt, with binder's ticket for Samuel Mepham of Dorchester, armorial bookplate of the Earl of Ilchester (whose family seat was in Dorset). One of the great rarities of the Macquarie era: with the portrait frontispiece. An extremely scarce and much sought-after account of one of the earliest emigrant voyages to the Australian colonies. This is a complete copy with the extraordinary frontispiece portrait of Cobawn Wogy; for some reason this appears to be missing from most surviving copies.Dixon's guide was to be one of the key books responsible for sponsoring the opening up of Tasmania for agriculture; it is also one of the rarer works recording the growth of New South Wales under Macquarie. Written actively to promote emigration, the long appendix includes the important report by Macquarie as governor of New South Wales on Van Diemen's Land.Dixon was captain and proprietor of the Skelton, which left Leith, Scotland in January 1820 bound for Hobart Town with a complement of eighty free settlers as well as general cargo. They reached Tasmania in November 1820 and left for Sydney in January 1821. In June, Dixon returned to England via Rio de Janeiro taking with him a load of natural products, manufactured goods (presumably produced by convict labour) and other objects calculated to interest collectors back home.This list of cargo sheds light on current economic developments in the colonies. It comprised '91 bales of sheep's wool, a quantity of Colonial timber, 282 Oxhorns, 3 1/2 tons of bark, 9 casks of kangaroo skins, 620 carriage wheelspokes, 1 case 4 boxes of yellow gum [and] curiosities'. It is now known that the last group included drawings by the former convict artist Richard Browne (1776-1824), one of which was the original for the portrait frontispiece in the book. It depicts Cobawn Wogy, an Aboriginal "chief" of Ashe Island, Hunter River and was probably prepared while Browne himself was detained at Newcastle between 1811 and 1818, or during his subsequent residence in Sydney.

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        The narrative of a journey, undertaken in the years 1819, 1820, & 1821, through France, Italy, Savoy, Switzerland, parts of Germany bordering on the Rhine, Holland, and the Netherlands. First edition. Text in englischer Sprache / English-language publication. Mit einem Frontispiz.

      London, F.C. and J. Rivington, 1822.. 22 x 14 cm. 356 S. ISBN: Keine. Halbledereinband mit 5 unechten Bünden / half leather. No jacket. Guter Zustand / Good condition. Innen sehr frisch. Einband mit erheblichen Läsuren. Teile vom Rücken fehlen. 1. Auflage.. * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! EL9. (RE). Jpg.

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        Traité Général de Toutes les Chasses

      - In two volumes. Contenant des principes surs pour la propagation du gibier, et la destruction des animaux nuisibles; un précis de la législation; la meilleure méthode de dresser et soigner les chevaux et chiens de chasse; des l'histoire naturelle des animaux qui se trouvent en France, et la manière de les chasser: suivi d'un vocabulaire explicatif des termes usités par les chasseurs, et des nouvelles fanfares que l'on sonne en chasse. Audot, Paris, 1822. Contemporary half mottled calf with marble boards and large blue morocco title labels; 8vo. First Edition. Thirty-six engraved plates, of which one is folding, including twenty technical drawings and sixteen pictorial illustrations depicting hunting. There are also six pages of musical manuscript at the rear of volume one.An attractive copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE JAPON, OU VOYAGE DE PAUL RICORD, Aux Iles Du Japon, En 1811, 1812 et 1813 Sur La Corvette Russe la Diane, Pour la Deliverance du Capitaine Golownin.

      AN IMPORTANT EARLY RUSSIAN VOYAGE TO JAPAN Paris 1822, - Nepveu. Original blue boards, very good, 2 vols.7 hand-colored fold-out engravings & plans, very good, smallsize 9 x 14.5 cm., 271+214p., French text, two largest fold-outs: 35 x 14 cm., 25 x 14 cm., the smallest 8.5 x 14 cm. Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Johann Carl Weyands Reisen durch Europa, Asien und Afrika von den Jahren 1818 bis 1821 incl. von ihm selbst beschrieben. Erster [bis dritter = alles!] Band.

      Amberg Selbstverlag des Verfassers -1825; 1822 - EA; 3 B„nde; ca 17x11 cm; (2) IV, 280; V (3), 168 (2), 213 (1) Seiten mit gestochenem Titelblatt, gestochenem Portrait und 8 (statt 9) Kupfertafeln; Kartoneinband d. Zt. mit Rckenschild (Einb„nde bestoáen und an den Gelenken etwas beschabt, Rckengold oxydiert, Exlibris auf den Innendeckel von Band 1 u. 2, Seiten teils etwas braunfleckig; sonst guter Zustand) Die nahezu unauffindbare erste Auflage dieser seltenen Reisebeschreibung! Es fehlt das letzte Kupfer von Band 2 (trotzdem enth„lt die Ausgabe immer noch mehr Kupfer als die 2. Auflage!). 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Hellas: A Lyrical Drama

      London: Charles and James Ollier, 1822. Octavo. 60pp. First edition, complete with half title. Hellas was released only three months before Shelley's death by drowning in the Bay of Spezzia at age 30, and was the last poem published during his brief life. Inspired by the Greek battle for independence from the Ottoman Empire during the fall of 1821, Shelley dedicates the poem to Greek statesman Prince Alexander Mavrocordato. This copy has been beautifully rebound by Riviere and Son in gilt-stamped crushed blue morocco with cream moire silk endpapers. A.e.g. With the bookplate of Willis Vickery, distinguished Cleveland lawyer and jurist. Spine darkened, and occasional light pencil marking, otherwise very fine.

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        ALS written on board the Thétis

      On board, 1822. Single-page letter on single folded sheet, 255 x 195 mm., address panel, slightly torn where originally opened at red wax seal; very good. Please send the latest volumes relating to French voyages. An intriguing letter sent from on board Hyacinthe de Bougainville's command the Thétis to Monsieur Bajot, who is noted as being the editor of the Annales Maritimes published by the Ministry of the Marine in Paris. Louis-Marie Bajot was associated with the Ministry for most of his life, and was the driving force behind the publication of the Annales Maritimes, an important annual that published the latest news of naval affairs and regulations, together with long articles and notes on voyages and other maritime matters. The naval officer André-Antoine-Émilien Gay, baron de Taradel, writes that though he is a subscriber, he finds that he is missing the recent volumes; he has just embarked on the Thétis and expects to sail shortly, just at the moment when he might conceivably profit from having the volumes to hand. The Annales Maritimes, first published in 1816, published all manner of notes and articles on all manner of questions relating to navigation, including references to the Baudin and Freycinet voyages. Bougainville and the Thétis did sail in July 1822 to Martinique to trial the vessel, but did not sail on the circumnavigation until 1824, including making a long stay at Sydney.

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        Im Maleratelier: ein Paar betrachtet ein auf der Staffelei stehendes Gemälde, während der Künstler wartend hinter beiden steht.

      - Feder und Aquarell, über Bleistift, auf cremefarbenem festem Velin, innerhalb der Darstellung signiert „CKöystrand", rechts unten bezeichnet „CKöystrand". 34,8:26,7 cm. - Der rechte Rand etwas unregelmäßig geschnitten. Karl Fischer-Köystrand war als Maler, Graphiker und Illustrator in Wien tätig. Seine Ausbildung begann er in seiner Heimatstadt an der Kunstgewerbeschule des Österreichischen Museums in der Klasse der Pflanzen-, Tier- und Ornamentmalerei von Fr. Sturm (1822-1898) und in der Klasse der Figurenmalerei von F. Laufberger (1829-1881). Dann besuchte er die Akademie, wo er Schüler von Chr. Griepenkerl (1839-1912) wurde. Bereits im Alter von 21 Jahren begann er als Zeichner für verschiedene Wiener Zeitschriften zu arbeiten, wie etwa für das Witz- und Karikaturblatt „Die Bombe", die 1871-1925 herausgegeben wurde und sich 1897-1900 in seinem Besitz befand. Daneben schuf er Sport- und Jagdbilder. Auf der Wiener Kunstausstellung, die er regelmäßig beschickte, erhielt er 1910 die kleine goldene Staatsmedaille.

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        Darstellung der Weltkunde nach ihrem Fortschreiten durch Zeit und Raum in synchronistisch-historischen und historisch-cosmographischen Tafeln. Gestoch. Titel von Stöber nach Kininger. 41 Tafeln.

      Wien Gerold 1822 - 52,5 x 70,5 cm (Quer-Folio) 7, 11,11, 11, 12 Bll. 5 Hefte in den bedruckten Orig.-Lieferungsumschlägen. - gutes Expl. Außerordentlich differenzierte, tabellarische Darstellung der Weltgeschichte, auch ihrer verschied. Völkerschaften u. Regionen, auf 41 doppelsteitigen (141 x 52,5 cm) Tafeln. Der Verfasser ordnet die Ereignisse nach 6 verschied. Zeitrechnungen (seit Adam: Zeitrechnung der Juden, Julianischer Kalender, neuere Geschichtsschreiber; Arabische Zeitrechnung, nach der Entdeckung Amerikas, nach Christo). Außerdem Geschichte merkwürdiger Verbindungen und Gesellschaften, Geschichte merkwürdiger Städte, Geschichte merkwürdiger Menschen usw. 1.100 gr. 5 Hefte in den bedruckten Orig.-Lieferungsumschlägen.

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        Life of Horatio, Lord Viscount Nelson, &c. &c. &c. (Abridged from Southey, With Consent of the Proprietor)

      London, Printed for F. C. & J. Rivington, Booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1822.. Small octavo. Pp. 249, (1) publisher's catalogue. Hardcover, bound in the original full marbled calf by F. Remnant, with his stamp, publisher's blind stamp within oval garland to upper board, spine lettered direct and gilt ruled, a little worn and restored, gilt turn-ins, corner-tips rubbed, lower inner hinge cracked but firm, upper inner hinge restored, all edges sprinkled. An attractive copy in overall fine internal condition. ~ First edition thus. Robert Southey (1774-1843) was an English poet of the Romantic school, and one of the so-called ?Lake Poets?. Although his fame tends to be eclipsed by that of his contemporaries such as William Wordsworth, Southey's verse enjoys enduring popularity. Born in Bristol, he was educated at Westminster School (from which he was expelled for writing a magazine article condemning flogging) and Balliol College, Oxford. (Of his time at Oxford, Southey was later to say ?All I learnt was a little swimming... and a little boating?.) He published his first collection of poems in 1794, and continued publishing over 20 major works throughout his life.

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        Regi Editti, Patenti, Manifesti, e Proclami stati pubblicati, e distribuiti nel 1822.

      Stamperia Reale,, Torino, 1822 - In-folio (310x220mm), legatura coeva in m. pergamena e punte con titolo manoscritto al tempo su tassello cartaceo al dorso. Alcune glosse di mano coeva al testo. Qualche sporadico alone. Ottimo esemplare in barbe. Raccolta di 78 editti, patenti, manifesti, proclami preceduti da 8 pagine di indice con 80 rimandi (mancano i manifesti del 1 e 2 gennaio). I documenti, molti con stemma sabaudo in xilografia al frontespizio, presentano un numero variabile di carte e vanno dal 4 gennaio al 24 dicembre 1822. Fra le materie trattate: ordine pubblico, amministrazione di boschi, selve e miniere, territorio, incremento di prezzi, navigazione interna, debito pubblico, dazi e tariffe, emissione e rimborso di rendite, ipoteche, corpo dei Carabinieri, mezzi di trasporto trainati, sanita' pubblica, atti notarili, scuole ed Università, assistenza pubblica, ecc. Manca al Manno.

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        Löwenfamilie, nur der (schlafende) Löwe ausgeführt, Löwin und drei Junge umrissen.

      . Radierung, "nach der Natur Cassel 1822", auf cremefarbenem Velin. 11,2:20 cm. Literatur: Stoll 190, III (von III) die Nummer getilgt. - Vorzüglicher, vollrandiger Abdruck.. Der vor allem als Radierer tätige Grimm war 1804-1808 Schüler der Kasseler Kunstakademie bei Gottlieb Kobold (1769-1809), Andreas Range (1762-1828) und Ernst Friedrich Ferdinand Robert (1763-1843). Durch seine Brüder Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm wurde er mit Clemens Brentano (1778-1842) und Achim von Arnim (1781-1831) bekannt, mit denen er zusammenarbeitete. Wohl 1807 lernte Grimm Bettine Brentano (1785-1859) kennen, von der er zahlreiche Porträts anfertigte. In November 1808 zog er nach Landshut zu Brentano und dessen Schwager Friedrich Carl von Savigny (1779-1861). Auf ihre Vermittlung ging er nach München und erlernte Kupferstechen bei Carl Ernst Christoph Heß (1755-1828). Zugleich studierte er an der Münchner Akademie unter Andreas Seidl (1760-1834). Unterbrechung des Studiums 1814 durch Teilnahme an den Freiheitskriegen. Mit Georg Brentano reiste er im Frühjahr 1816 nach Italien, wo er zwei Monate blieb. 1817 kehrte er nach Kassel zurück. 1824 reiste Grimm zum ersten Mal nach Willingshausen und wurde zum Mitbegründer der Willingshäuser Malerkolonie, eine der ersten Malerkolonien Deutschlands. 1832 wurde er an die Kasseler Kunstakademie als Lehrer berufen.

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        Atlas universel de Géographie physique, politique et historique ancienne et moderne. Contenant: Les Cartes générales et particulières des cinq parties du monde; dressé conformément aux progrès de la science pour servir à la lecture des meilleurs ouvrages de Géographie et d'Histoire.

      chez l' Auteur, Paris (u.a.), 1822 - Paris (u.a.), chez l' Auteur 1822. Groß-Folio (53 x 36 cm). Gestochener Titel, gest. Index, Textblatt, 36 doppelblattgroße, grenzkolorierte Kupferstich-Karten. Zeitgenössisches rotes Halbleder mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Einband stärker berieben und mit Fehlstellen am Papierbezug. Deckel mit Feuchtigskeitsrändern. Wenige Karten mit Einrissen und kl. Flecken, meist sehr sauber. Exlibris. Privater Bibliotheksstempel am hinteren Innendeckel. Philipps 758 (2. Auflage). Erste Ausgabe. Mit Karten der alten Welt (9), zwei Weltkarten, Europa (13), Asien (5), Ozeanien, Afrika (2) und Amerika (4). Das Textblatt enthält den Bericht von Alexander von Humboldt über den Brué-Atlas, gehalten in der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Paris in der Sitzung vom 19. Januar 1824. Jede Karte mit kleinem Prägestempel "Carte encyprotipe du fonds de l'auteur". Enthält 1) Géographie des Hébreux jusqu'au temps de Moïse (1821), 2) Monde Connu des Anciens (1821), 3) Empire d'Alexandre (1822), 4) Egypte, Palestine et Arabie Petrée (1822), 5) Grèce (1822), 6) Asie Mineure, Arménie, Syrie (1822), 7) Italie Ancienne (1821), 8) Les Gaules (1821), 9) Empire Romain sous Constantin (1821), 10) Mappemonde Physique (sur la projection de Mercator) (1821), 11) Mappemonde en deux Hémisphères (1820), 12) Europe (1824), 13) Suède, Norvège et Danemark (1821), 14) Russie d'Europe (1821), 15) Iles Britanniques (1820), 16) Royaume des Pays-Bas (1821), 17) France (1820), 18) France partie occidentale und 19) France partie orientale (1820), zusammengesetzt und gefaltet, 20) Suisse (1822), 21) Empire d'Autriche (1821), 22) Espagne et Portugal (1821), 23) Italie (1820), 24) Turquie d'Europe (1822), 25) Asie (1820), 26) Russie d'Asie (1821), 27) Turquie d'Asie Arabie, Perse, Kaboul (1822), 28) Inde en-deça et au-dela du Gange (1821), 29) Empire Chinois & Japon (1821), 30) Océanie (1820), 31) Afrique (1820), 32) Egypte (1822), 33) Amérique Septentrionale (1821), 34)Etats-Unis (1824), 35)Iles Antilles et Pays Adjacens (1821), 36) Amérique Méridionale (1821). Einband stärker berieben und mit Fehlstellen am Papierbezug. Deckel mit Feuchtigskeitsrändern. Wenige Karten mit Einrissen und kl. Flecken, meist sehr sauber. Exlibris. Privater Bibliotheksstempel am hinteren Innendeckel. Zeitgenössisches rotes Halbleder mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlas universel de Geographie physique, politique et historique ancienne et moderne. Contenant: Les Cartes generales et particulieres des cinq parties du monde; dresse conformement aux progres de la science pour servir a la lecture des meilleurs ouvrages de Geographie et d'Histoire.

      Paris (u.a.), chez l' Auteur 1822.. Groß-Folio (53 x 36 cm). Gestochener Titel, gest. Index, Textblatt, 36 doppelblattgroße, grenzkolorierte Kupferstich-Karten. Zeitgenössisches rotes Halbleder mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Einband stärker berieben und mit Fehlstellen am Papierbezug. Deckel mit Feuchtigskeitsrändern. Wenige Karten mit Einrissen und kl. Flecken, meist sehr sauber. Exlibris. Privater Bibliotheksstempel am hinteren Innendeckel.. Philipps 758 (2. Auflage). Erste Ausgabe. Mit Karten der alten Welt (9), zwei Weltkarten, Europa (13), Asien (5), Ozeanien, Afrika (2) und Amerika (4). Das Textblatt enthält den Bericht von Alexander von Humboldt über den Brue-Atlas, gehalten in der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Paris in der Sitzung vom 19. Januar 1824. Jede Karte mit kleinem Prägestempel "Carte encyprotipe du fonds de l'auteur". Enthält 1) Geographie des Hebreux jusqu'au temps de Moise (1821), 2) Monde Connu des Anciens (1821), 3) Empire d'Alexandre (1822), 4) Egypte, Palestine et Arabie Petree (1822), 5) Grece (1822), 6) Asie Mineure, Armenie, Syrie (1822), 7) Italie Ancienne (1821), 8) Les Gaules (1821), 9) Empire Romain sous Constantin (1821), 10) Mappemonde Physique (sur la projection de Mercator) (1821), 11) Mappemonde en deux Hemispheres (1820), 12) Europe (1824), 13) Suede, Norvege et Danemark (1821), 14) Russie d'Europe (1821), 15) Iles Britanniques (1820), 16) Royaume des Pays-Bas (1821), 17) France (1820), 18) France partie occidentale und 19) France partie orientale (1820), zusammengesetzt und gefaltet, 20) Suisse (1822), 21) Empire d'Autriche (1821), 22) Espagne et Portugal (1821), 23) Italie (1820), 24) Turquie d'Europe (1822), 25) Asie (1820), 26) Russie d'Asie (1821), 27) Turquie d'Asie Arabie, Perse, Kaboul (1822), 28) Inde en-deca et au-dela du Gange (1821), 29) Empire Chinois & Japon (1821), 30) Oceanie (1820), 31) Afrique (1820), 32) Egypte (1822), 33) Amerique Septentrionale (1821), 34)Etats-Unis (1824), 35)Iles Antilles et Pays Adjacens (1821), 36) Amerique Meridionale (1821).

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        The Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette

      London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1822. First edition. Illustrated with 155 plates, 50 of them hand colored, by Henry Alken, Cruikshank, Landseer, etc., and 214 woodcuts in the text. Without the rare June Issue as usual in Vol. XIII. 13 vols. 8vo. Uniformly bound in full red cross-grained morocco with 4 gilt stamped emblematic tools used on the spines. A CORNERSTONE OF ANY SPORTING LIBRARY. Schwerdt I, pp. 32-5; Tooley 64; Podeschi A12. Provenance: Estate of Helen Dow Whiting

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        Life of Horatio, Lord Viscount Nelson, &c. &c. &c. (Abridged from Southey, With Consent of the Proprietor).

      London, Printed for F. C. & J. Rivington, Booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 1822 - Small octavo. Pp. 249, (1) publisher's catalogue. Hardcover, bound in the original full marbled calf by F. Remnant, with his stamp, publisher's blind stamp within oval garland to upper board, spine lettered direct and gilt ruled, a little worn and restored, gilt turn-ins, corner-tips rubbed, lower inner hinge cracked but firm, upper inner hinge restored, all edges sprinkled. An attractive copy in overall fine internal condition. ~ First edition thus. Robert Southey (1774-1843) was an English poet of the Romantic school, and one of the so-called "Lake Poets". Although his fame tends to be eclipsed by that of his contemporaries such as William Wordsworth, Southey's verse enjoys enduring popularity. Born in Bristol, he was educated at Westminster School (from which he was expelled for writing a magazine article condemning flogging) and Balliol College, Oxford. (Of his time at Oxford, Southey was later to say "All I learnt was a little swimming. and a little boating".) He published his first collection of poems in 1794, and continued publishing over 20 major works throughout his life.

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