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        Esprit de l'Encyclopédie, ou recueil des articles les plus curieux et les plus intéressans de l'Encyclopédie. Réunis et mis en ordre par.

      chez Verdière, Paris 1822 - 15 vols. Holandesa de época, lomos lisos con decoración romántica a base de hierros dorados y gofrados. Vasto compendio de artículos de la Enciclopedia de Didérot y d'Alembert. Joseph François Gabriel de Hennequin fue un exitoso autor del siglo XVIII francés quien motivado por la repercusión y acpetación intelectual de la Enciclopedia decidió realizar un compendio de la misma. Alcanzó también gran éxito y varias ediciones.

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        MEMORIA SOBRE LAS PROPORCIONES NATURALES DE LAS PROVINCIAS INTERNAS OCCIDENTALES, CAUSAS DE QUE HAN PROVENIDO SUS ATRASOS, PROVIDENCIAS TOMADAS CON EL FIN DE LOGRAR SU REMEDIO, Y LAS QUE POR AHORA SE CONSIDERAN OPORTUNAS PARA MEJORAR SU ESTADO, E IR PROPORCIONANDO SU FUTURA FELICIDAD

      [Mexico City]: D. José Maria Ramos Palomera, 1822.. 62pp. Small quarto. Modern speckled calf, red gilt morocco label. Old ink stain on titlepage, not affecting text; two small worm holes, each about typeface size throughout. Else near fine. On April 11, 1822 the last Spanish flag flying in Mexican territory was removed from the plaza at Monterey. Iturbide's declaration of independence, and the subsequent bloodless transfer of power, left the new government in Mexico in dire need of information regarding the various regions of the new nation. The present book, submitted to the administrative authorities in Mexico City on July 1, 1822, only two months after independence, attempts to communicate such information as was needed to govern the western provinces, most notably Sonora and New Mexico. It contains far-reaching recommendations on how to administer the region politically, militarily, and economically. The report begins with a description of the provinces and their capitals, including Santa Fe. The essential recommendation is for greater local control over the regions. Riezgo proposes that the military chiefs live within the provinces under their jurisdiction, and that they have wide discretionary powers within the limits of the constitution. Locations for regional governmental centers are suggested, and recommendations are made for increased military fortifications. Riezgo discusses the trade between Santa Fe and St. Louis, recommends that New Mexico be exempt from taxes on trade for a period of five years, and assesses the threat to trade posed by Comanche raids. He also makes suggestions concerning the role of the clergy in the region, and reforms in the educational system. "An extremely rare work in full description of the regions at the time of Independence, with much on the natural resources, settlements, Indians, future possibilities, etc." - Eberstadt. We cannot trace another copy of this work in the marketplace. It contains more detailed information than the more famous accounts of Pino and Escuerdo, one published a decade before, the other published a decade after, this work. Neither Thomas W. Streeter nor Everett D. Graff were able to secure a copy of this report. A wide-ranging early Mexican administrative report, and an exceptional southwestern rarity. EBERSTADT 138:514. HOWES R287, "b."

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Ours marins dans l'ile de S. Paul, Pl. XV (Sea Lions on the Island of St. Paul)

      First Edition: Paris, Firmin Didot 1822 - Louis Choris (1795-1828) Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde First Edition: Paris, Firmin Didot, 1822 Lithograph with original hand coloring in good condition, some minor foxing. Sheet size: 10” x 16 1/4” This view of sea lions on the island of St. Paul, one of the Pribilof Islands, a group of four Alaskan volcanic islands located in the Bering Sea between the United States and Russia, recalls the voyage of the Rurik, 1815-1818, commanded by the Russian Otto von Kotzbue, and the expedition’s search for the Northwest Passage, entering the Pacific via the Horn and returning to Europe via the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena. Choris, the official artist on the expedition, was invited by the St. Petersberg Academy to accompany Kotzbue and the present work represents a fine cross section of the places that the expedition visited: it includes views of Teneriffe, Brazil, Chile, the Pacific Islands, Hawaii, Kamchatka, Philippines, the Cape of Good Hope and Saint Helena. Choris’ magnificent work offers important pictorial representations of the people, landscape, and artifacts of the then mysterious islands of the Pacific, California, Alaska, the northwest coast of America, and other far-off lands. This work has great American interest because of its lithographs and its account of Hawaii, California, the Queen Charlotte Islands, the Aleutians, St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea, and Kotzebue Island in Alaska. The lithographs are of all aspects of native life and culture. After the voyage of the Rurik, Choris went to Paris to continue work for Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde. Seized by an irresistible craving for adventure, Choris left France in 1827 for South America. He met his end when he was murdered by robbers on March 22, 1828, en route to Vera Cruz, Mexico.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. COMPREHENDING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS STUDIES, AND NUMEROUS WORKS, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; A SERIES OF HIS EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE AND CONVERSATIONS WITH MANY EMINENT PERSONS; AND VARIOUS ORIGINAL PIECES OF HIS COMPOSITION,.

      Cadell, T., London. 1822 - "NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED. THE WHOLE EXHIBITING A VIEW OF LITERATURE AND LITERARY MEN IN GREAT-BRITAIN, FOR NEAR HALF A CENTURY DURING WHICH HE FLOURISHED.". 4 VOLUME SET. Vol. I: [xxxv, 444pp]. Vol. II: [462pp]. Vol. III: [446pp]. Vol. IV: [495pp]. Full tan calf leather binding, gilt double-rule borders to boards, raised spine bands, brown leather title labels with gilt lettering, gilt decorations in spine compartments, marbled textblock, marbled endpapers, gilt leaf scrolling on board edges. THE NINTH EDITION, REVISED AND AUGMENTED. Printed for T. Cadell; F. C. and J. Rivington; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; Hatchard and Son; Ogle and Co.; G. and W. B. Whittaker; Simpkin and Marshall; J. Collingwood; and R. Saunders. Volume I has engraved frontispiece portrait of Johnson and folding plate of "Facsimiles of Dr. Johnson's handwriting". Volume III has folding plate of the "Round Robin". Includes index in Volume IV. Clean and bright interior, strong binding. Light wear to leather on board corners. Multiple volumes, additional shipping and handling will apply. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eveleigh Books]
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        The Life of Ali Pacha, of Janina, Vizier of Epirus, surnamed Aslan, or the Lion: from various authentic documents. [A translation of A. de Beauchamp’s “Vie d’Ali Pacha” with additions.]

      London:: printed for Lupton Relfe,, 1822.. First edition.. vii,(1), 320pp, with a portrait frontis. Lacks half-title. Staining to frontis and title page. Contents otherwise in very good order with very occasional minor foxing. All edges with 19thC marbling. In new green Victorian cloth, spine ruled in gilt and black letterpiece lettered in gilt. Very nice copy.

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        OEUVRES COMPLÈTES DE CONDILLAC. [16 volumes].

      1822 - Paris, J. L. J. Brière, 1822. 16 volumes in-8 (135 X 212) demi-veau glacé rouge, dos quatre nerfs plats ornés d'une roulette dorée, fleuron à froid en noir dans les compartiments, large dentelle dorée en queue, petite chainette et filets dorés en queue et tête, pièce d'auteur et de titre veau vert lierre, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Rousseurs éparses. « BELLE ÉDITION due aux Presses de Rignoux : le Cours d'étude a été réimprimé sur l'édition des Deux-Ponts, qui, comme nous l'avons déjà dit, n'est pas aussi complète que celle de Parme, mais il y a des exemplaires de la même édition, portant le nom de Brière et la même date, dans lesquels ce libraire a fait rétablir les passages supprimés » (Quérard, II, 268). C'est bien le cas de notre exemplaire qui porte "Brière" comme nom d'éditeur, celui-ci ayant partagé l'édition avec "Lecointe et Durey". Tome I : Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Condillac (59 pages) par A. F. Théry - Essai sur l'origine des connaissances humaines. Tome II : Traité des Systèmes. Tome III : Traité des sensations et des animaux. Tome IV : Le Commerce et le gouvernement. Tome V : Art de raisonner et grammaire. Tome VI : Art de penser et grammaire. Tome VII à X : Histoire ancienne. Tome XI à XIV : Histoire moderne. Tome XV : Etude de l'histoire et logique. Tome XVI : Langue des calculs. BEL EXEMPLAIRE, complet en 16 volumes, dans une jolie reliure romantique strictement d'époque, au dos décoratif. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF SOUTHERN AFRICA

      London: Longman, Hurst, Reese, Orme, and Brown, 1822; 1824. 2 volumes. Rare First edition, and a set with fine provenance. Extensively illustrated with 10 very fine hand-coloured plates, 3 of which are large folding panoramic vignettes, 50 engraved vignettes and a huge folding map in the first volume, 10 hand-coloured plates, 2 of which are folding panoramas, and 46 engraved vignettes in the second, a total of 20 hand-coloured plates. 4to, in handsome full polished calf of the period, the boards with central gilt tools of famed banker and antiquarian Hudson Gurney (1775-1864) and double gilt fillet lines at the borders, the spine featuring elaborately gilt tooled panel designs within the compartments, elaborately gilt borders and central ornamental tools, the raised bands gilt, two red morocco labels lettered and ruled in gilt, end-leaves renewed, board edges gilt rolled, turn-ins stippled in blind. [xii], 582, 4; [iv], 648. A very handsome and desirable set, the paper quite fresh with only a hint of minor and very occasional foxing, the colourplates fresh and bright, the very large folding map in pleasing condition, the bindings handsome and in good order and with minor aging, the hinges sometime strengthened and restored incorporating the original spine panels. "The most valuable and accurate work on South Africa published up to the first quarter of the nineteenth century, and embracing a description of a large part of the Cape Colony and Bechuanaland at this period... The illustrations in the volumes are characterized by great beauty and accuracy... The work is now extremely scarce, many copies having been broken up in the middle of the nineteenth century for the plates." - Mendelssohn. This copy includes the &#147;Hints to Emigration&#148;, which is bound in the end of Volume I. The location of this separately printed addition varies and is listed differently in the Abbey copy, British Museum copy and Tooley copy and does not have the half titles. Our copy is matching the Abbey copy. This copy has the half-page errata slip at the beginning of Volume I, which is not found in all copies.<br> William Burchell travelled in South Africa between 1810 and 1815 making one of the greatest scientific explorations of his day. He collected over 50,000 specimens, and covered over 7000 km, much of which was over completely unexplored terrain. The description of his journey, Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, appeared in 1822 and 1824 and is now highly prized and of great scarcity. There is little doubt that a third volume was planned, since the second volume ends long before completion of his journey.<br> On 25 August 1815 he sailed from Cape Town with 48 crates of specimens aboard the vessel "Kate", calling at St. Helena and arriving back at Fulham on 11 November 1815. He traveled in Brazil between 1825 and 1830, again collecting a large number of specimens, including over 20,000 insects. The journals covering his Brazil expedition are missing, as are his diaries relating to his later travels. His field note books, detailing his plant collections, survive at Kew, and from those the latter part of his trip can be reconstructed.<br> His collection of plants, skins, skeletons, insects, seeds, bulbs and fish is considered to be the most extensive ever made in Africa, before or since. After his death by suicide, the bulk of his plant specimens went to Kew and the insects to Oxford University Museum. He is known for the copious and accurate notes he made to accompany every collected specimen, detailing habit and habitat, as well as the numerous drawings and paintings of landscapes, portraits, costumes, people, animals and plants.

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        Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa With an Entirely New Map, and Numerous Engravings.

      London Printed for Longman, Husrt, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1822 - Inscribed by the Author to his Niece BURCHELL, William John. Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa. With an Entirely New Map, and Numerous Engravings. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1822-1824. First edition. Two quarto volumes (10 11/16 x 8 3/8 inches; 270 x 214 mm.). [4], viii, [contents, lists of plates and vignettes], 582, 4, [2, blank]; [8], 648, [2, blank] pp. Bound without half-titles and final blank in first volume but with the 4 pp. "Hints on Emigration to the Cape of Good Hope" (which was printed separately in 1824 and not found in all copies), and the half-page errata slip at the beginning of Volume I. Large folding engraved map, twenty hand-colored aquatint plates (five folding), and ninety-six wood-engraved vignettes (fifty in Volume I and forty-six in Volume II). Inscribed on the front blank by the author "To his Niece Ruth Burchell/with the Authors kind love." Contemporary purple morocco, expertly rebacked to style over blue morocco. Covers with elaborately gilt panels, spines with gilt compartments and lettering, all edges gilt. Some offsetting from plates, map with some minor fold tears. ZZ4 of volume II with a one-inch tear to upper blank margin (not affecting any lettering). Hinges starting. With previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown of each volume. Overall, a very good, tight and clean copy. In 1805, naturalist and explorer William J. Burchell "was appointed by the East India Company &#145;schoolmaster and acting botanist&#146; at the island of St Helena. While there he made the acquaintance of General Janssens, the last Dutch governor of the Cape, and of Dr Martin Lichtenstein, then a young physician on the governor&#146;s staff, and afterwards a celebrated Berlin naturalist. Furnished with letters of introduction from them to the chief Dutch and German residents, Burchell set off to the Cape with the intention of exploring the interior of South Africa. A party of Hottentots were his sole companions and assistants in more than three years of exploration, during which he made large collections of mammalia.He only published the first part of his Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa (1822-24), a book written in excelent style and illustrated from his own drawings" (Prideaux). "The most valuable and accurate work on South Africa published up to the first quarter of the nineteenth century, and embracing a description of a large part of the Cape Colony and Bechuanaland at this period. Theal (&#145;History of South Africa, 1795-1834&#146;) remarks that the author was &#145;a man of talent, an easy writer, and scrupulously exact in his descriptions,&#146; and according to Sclater he was &#145;a most skilful and well-trained zoologist and botanist, and his observations are all accurate and methodical.&#146; Burchell penetrated as far as &#145;Lattakoo&#146; (afterwards known as Kuruman), and during his explorations, which extended over a period of four years, made important collections of the fauna, flora, and curiosities of the country, together with a large number of drawings. Generally speaking, Burchell appears to have been favourably impressed by the Boers.The author&#146;s name is perpetuated in the country by the appellation of &#145;Burchell&#146;s Zebra&#146; (equus burchelli), a species of quagga discovered by him &#145;in the country immediately to the north of the Orange River.he was also the first to mention the existence of asbestos in this part of the country. The illustrations in the volumes are characterized by great beauty and accuracy, and it is stated in the Preface that, &#145;in order to ensure greater correctness in the vignettes, the author has made all these drawings upon the blocks themselves&#146;; the coloured plates are particularly admired, and the drawings from which they were engraved were prepared with great care by the artist, and were untouched by any other hand. The work is now extremely scarce, many copies having been broken up in the middle of the nineteenth century for the plates" (Mendelssohn). Abbey, Travel, 327. Mend [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels In The Interior Of Southern Africa.

      London: Printed For Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, And Brown, 1822-24. - 2 Volumes. pp. 1 p.l., [v]-viii, [8], 582; 3 p.l., 648. complete with errata slip but lacking half-titles. Hints on Emigration bound at the beginning of the first volume. large folding engraved map & 20 hand-coloured aquatint plates (5 folding). 96 wood-engravings in the text. full modern dark blue morocco (occasional minor offsetting or light foxing, short tear in map fold &#150; no loss). First edition. "The most valuable and accurate work on South Africa published up to the first quarter of the nineteenth century, and embracing a description of a large part of the Cape Colony and Bechuanaland at this period. Theal (&#145;History of South Africa, 1795-1834&#146;) remarks that the author was &#145;a man of talent, an easy writer, and scrupulously exact in his descriptions&#146;, and according to Sclater he was &#145;a most skillful and well-trained zoologist and botanist, and his observations are all accurate and methodical.&#146; Burchell penetrated as far as &#145;Lattakoo&#146; (afterwards known as Kuruman), and during his explorations, which extended over a period of four years, made important collections of the fauna, flora, and curiosities of the country, together with a large number of drawings. Generally speaking, Burchell appears to have been favourably impressed by the Boers.The author&#146;s name is perpetuated in the country by the appellation of &#145;Burchell&#146;s Zebra&#146; (equus burchelli), a species of quagga discovered by him &#145;in the country immediately to the north of the Orange River.he was also the first to mention the existence of asbestos in this part of the country. The illustrations in the volumes are characterized by great beauty and accuracy, and it is stated in the Preface that, &#145;in order to ensure greater correctness in the vignettes, the author has made all these drawings upon the blocks themselves&#146;; the coloured plates are particularly admired, and the drawings from which they were engraved were prepared with great care by the artist, and were untouched by any other hand. The work is now extremely scarce, many copies having been broken up in the middle of the nineteenth century for the plates." (Mendelssohn) Some of the panoramic views were executed on the then practically unknown principle of scenographic projection on the surface of a revolving cylinder. The work covers Burchell's explorations in 1811 and 1812. A third volume relating his travels from 1812 to 1815 was projected but never published. In all Burchell claimed that his African collections consisted of 63,000 natural objects, 500 drawings, and a mass of astronomical, meteorological, and other observations and notes. A selection of his specimens were presented to the British museum following his return and are now in South Kensington. Abbey, Travel, 327. Mendelssohn I p. 224. Prideaux pp. 239 & 329. Tooley 116. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB)]
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        Oeuvres complètes de Régnier. Nouvelle édition avec le commentaire de Brosselte publié en 1729.

      Paris : E.A. Lequien, 1822 - In-8°, 1 faux-titre, 1 titre, 398 pages, In-8°; 1 faux-titre, 1 titre, 398p.Reliure signée de Bauzonnet-Trautz, Plein veau fauve, dos à nerfs orné de caissons, encadrement de 3 filets dorés sur les plats,dentelles intérieures, tranches jaspées.Garde de Georges Trautz est un relieur allemand né dans le duché de Bade en 1808. Gendre de Jean-Georges Purgold, il s'installe à Paris en 1830 et s'associe à Antoine Bauzonnet dont il épouse la fille. Dès lors les reliures sont signées « Bauzonnet-Trautz », jusqu [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Summary of the law of bills of exchange, cash bills, and promissory notes / by Sir John Bayley

      London : Printed by A. Strahan . for Johseph Butterworth and Son 1822 - Physical desc. : xvi, 475, [1] p. ; 22 cm. Notes: Includes bibliographical footnotes and index. Subject: Bills of exchange - Great Britain - History - 19th century - Sources. Negotiable instruments - Great Britain - History - 19th century - Sources. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt cross-bands/ raised bands with gilt-blocked title and publication date to spine. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. 1 Kg. 475 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica [ Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy ]

      Ex Prelo Academico, Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan, Glasguae (Glasgow) 1822 - First Printing. 4 volumes bound in 2. Vol 1: [iii]-xxx, [1 - index capitum], [1-blank], [1]-431 pp ; Vol 2: [6], [1]-320 pages; Vol 3: [12], [ix]-xxxvi, [1]-344 pages. Vol 4: [4], [iii]-vi, [1]-202 pages. Complete. Short closed tear at the base of page 202, volume 4. Recently rebound in tan calf with spine in 6 compartments, raised bands with red and black labels and gilt decorations, simple gold borders on front and rear panels, and edge decorations. Presents very nicely on the shelf. Full calf. The first Glasgow re-issue of the 1739 Jesuits' edition, edited by John Martin Frederick Wright. The first Jesuits' edition was published in Geneva in 1739-1742 and the second in 1760. These so-called Jesuits' editions (so-called because the editors were really Minims) are valued because of their copious commentary, and also because they contain additional works by Bernoully, Maclarin, and Euler which represent all that was done on the theory of tides between the publication of Newton's Principia and the investigations of Laplace. (see Babson 30, Babson 32, Gray 17, and Wallis 17). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Advertisement for T. Cotterell & Co., Chronometer Makers, announcing an award granted by the Board of Admiralty to Cotterell for its performance at the Public Trials, Royal Observatory, Greenwich.

      London: 1822 - Ca. 1822. The advertisement for the London chronometer makers reads: "The Honorable Board of Admiralty Awarded T. Cotterell & Co. a Prize of 200 Pounds for the Extraordinary Accuracy of the Performance of their Chronometer, the actual Variation on its Rate in 12 Months being only 70 Hundredth Parts of a Second". It goes on to say that the Admiralty purchased several of the chronometers "for their superior performance on the Public Trials at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. . Cotterell have also been liberally encouraged by the Swedish Government, And by many Scientific Navigators". Chronometers at the time played a critical role in navigation at sea, having been recently introduced as the best method to determine exact longitude. Chronometers made by Kendall were used as early as the 1770's in Captain Cook's expeditions; and by Capt. John Ross in expeditions to the Arctic. Another Kendall chronometer was used by Lieutenant Matthew Flinders in expedition to Australia in 1801. The Public Trials referred to in this advertisement commenced in 1820. By 1850 reliable and inexpensive marine chronometers were widely available and replaced the lunar distance method of measuring longitude. 5 3/4 x 5 1/2". Text in black on white paper; paper toned, edges slightly ruffled, o/w very good.

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        Chinese Novels, Translated from the Originals; to which are added Proverbs and Moral Maxims

      London: John Murray 1822 - 8vo., marble boards and morocco lettered in gilt. First edition, containing "Observations on the Language and Literature of China," "The Shadow in the Water," "The Twin Sisters," "The Three Dedicated Chambers," and "Chinese Proverbs." A gorgeous copy of Davis's classic work [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Print of The Trial of "Bill Burn," Under Martin's Act

      P. Mathews, London 1822 - A donkey serves as a witness in a British court in this satirical scenario of the prosecution of his owner under the landmark Martin's Act, a statute enacted in Britain the year this print was made, to protect animals from abuse. Sponsored by Member of Parliament Richard Martin of Galway (1754-1834), the law focused on farm animals such as cattle, horses and sheep, making it an offense for anyone--even the owner--to abuse, beat or mistreat these animals. Initially, advocates against animal cruelty had difficulty enforcing the law, as magistrates were reluctant to convict offenders. In this picture, the donkey is in the courtroom, relieved of its burden of baskets of produce, which are on the floor, while the owner thumbs his nose. The name of "Bill Burn," given to the donkey's owner in this print, appears to be a joke on what the satirist sees as the fate of Martin's "bill"; the presence of the donkey suggests the law is viewed by many as being asinine. Generally very good with the usual light toning, soiling, wear, soft creases. Small bit of adhered paper residue in the top right corner, a very faint, small water stain in the extreme right margin and light soiling in the margins. To see details, contact us.

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        THE SPORTING REPOSITORY Containing Horse-racing, Hunting, Coursing, Shooting .., Anecdotes on Sporting Subjects, interspersed with Essays, Tales, and a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Articles

      London: Printed by W. Lewis for Thomas McLean, 26, Haymarket, 1822. Hardcover. Very Good. Hand-coloured aquatint plates (16 of 19) after H. Alken and J. Barenger by G. and T. Hunt. Volume I, Nos. I-VI Jan-June 15 1822 [all published] Royal octavo red half roan, original boards covered in blue sugar paper, spine title gilt (rebacked with matching red roan corners, original spine laid on), original free end-papers with new pastedown, armorial bookplate with motto DA VIS and pencilled ownership H. Davis at head of titlepage, vi + [2]pp list of engravings +540pp +16 of 19 hand-colored plates. LACKS 4 text leaves (pp 217-24) - the missing 3 plates and 4 text leaves in colour facsimile reproduced from the 1904 reprint, bound in to match. One gathering with edges browned, some offsetting from plates to text, otherwise clean and crisp throughout. *Beautiful bright hand-coloured plates of hunting, shooting, tandem-driving, livestock etc. Very rare in original edition (Schwerdt II p.212 "the first and only edition of a rare and valuable magazine"). This is the original 1822 edition, not the more common reprint published in 1904.

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        The Complete Angler or Contemplative Man's Recreation Being a Discourse on Rivers, Fish-Ponds, Fish and Fishing

      James Smith, Strand, London 1822 - lx, 388pp. In two parts: The first written by Mr. Izaak Walton, The second by Charles Cotton, Esq., with the lives of the authors and notes, historical, supplementary, and explanatory, by Sir John Hawkins, Knt., frontisp. and title vignette, with full-page b&w illustrations, five page publisher's catalogue and 6 pages of advertisements to ninth edition, sixth edition and edition published by Sir. John Hawkins 1760, Recent green morocco and marbled boards. Gilt decorated spine with raised bands and gilt title. Recent eps. Uncut. Minimal foxing, some off setting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Complete Angler, or Contemplative Man&#39;s Recreation -

      London: Printed for James Smith, 1822. First Smith edition. 8vo. 15 engraved plates. Pp. [i]-lx, [1]-383, [1, ad]. Full contemporary straight-grained crimson morocco, triple gilt fillet borders outside 5 gilt fillet borders with large leafy cornerpieces, spine in six compartments with five decorated by gilt designs of a rose, leaves, and other tools, gilt turn-ins, a.e.g. Joints repaired, some minor rubbing to extremities, one plate foxed, else very good. Coigney 22 . Sometimes referred to as the Gosden edition. Due to the Gosden imprint on the plates, it was believed to have been published at the expense of the famous sporting bookbinder. Our copy is the size of Coigney&#39;s copy f, but compares to copy b

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        Historical Romances of "The Author of Waverley." Ivanhoe; The Monastery; The Abbot; Kenilworth. [12 Volumes].

      Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robinson, and Co., London. 1822. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. - Twelve volumes; (approx. size of bindings): 4 1/8" x 6 3/4"; Volume 1: (Ivanhoe), xxxiii, 298 pp.; Vol. 2: (Ivanhoe), 327 pp.; Vol. 3: (Ivanhoe), 371 pp.; Vol. 4: (The Monastery), 331 pp.; Vol. 5: (Monastery), 333 pp.; Vol. 6: (Monastery), 351 pp.; Vol. 7: (The Abbot), 348 pp.; Vol. 8: (Abbot), 351 pp.; Vol. 9: (Abbot), 367 pp. + publisher's advertisement leaf (William Allan's "Illustrations of The Novels and Tales.", is described as "Nearly ready"); Vol. 10: (Kenilworth), 320 pp.; Vol. 11: (Kenilworth), 339 pp.; Vol. 12: (Kenilworth), 348 pp. Bound in full, straight grain dark purple morocco leather with four bands on spines and gilt titling on spines: Scott's Historical Romances 1. Ivanhoe Edinb.h, & gilt tooled designs; gilt dentelle borders on outer covers with blindstamped saw-tooth pattern on covers, gilt borders on inner leather turn-ins, gray paper endpapers, sewn headbands; all edges gilt. Bindings are unsigned but of high-quality workmanship, mostly likely produced in the British Isles during the 1830-60's period, as part of a custom bound, larger matched set of Scott. Spines have faded to brown, light edge wear, rubbing to all cover edges, corners, spine ends. Some scattered tan spotting to page margins, or tanning to some pages. An early collected edition of Sir Walter Scott's "Historical Romances", which includes: "Ivanhoe"; "The Monastery"; "The Abbot"; & "Kenilworth". Scan shows the spines of all twelve volumes. Sold as a 19th century leather binding. Sold as a set of 12 volumes only. Weight: 8 ½ lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Guillemot a Miroir Blanc

      - A detailed hand colored lithographic print from Louis Choris&#146;s sweeping series &#147;Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde&#148;, published in Paris by Firmin Didot in 1822. This print measures 16.5&#148;x10&#148;. Louis (or Ludovik) Choris, a Russian of German extraction, showed a talent for natural history at a remarkably early age, and won high praise for his work on Biberstein&#146;s journey to the Caucasus in 1813. The present views recall the voyage of the &#147;Rurik,&#148; 1815-1818, commanded by the Russian Otto von Kotzbue, and the expedition's search for the Northwest Passage, entering the Pacific via the Horn and returning to Europe via the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena. Choris, the official artist on the expedition, was invited by the St. Petersberg Academy to accompany Kotzbue and the present work represents a fine cross section of the places that the expedition visited: itincludes views of Teneriffe, Brazil, Chile, the Pacific Islands, Hawaii, Kamchatka, Philippines, the Cape of Good Hope and Saint Helena. Choris's magnificent work offers important pictorial representations of the people, landscape, and artifacts of the then mysterious islands of the Pacific, California, Alaska, the northwest coast of America, and other far-off lands. This work has great American interest because of its lithographs and its account of Hawaii, California, the Queen Charlotte Islands, the Aleutians, St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea, and Kotzebue Island in Alaska. The lithographs are of all aspects of native life and culture. Choris's book is considered to be one of the most beautiful relating to travel. A map of the route of expedition accompanies the work. The book was issued in 22 parts, and complete copies with all the plates colored are very rare. Overall this print is in good condition with some foxing and staining, and tape marks in margins.

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        Considérations sur les hernies abdominales, sur les bandages herniaires rénixigrades et sur de nouveaux moyens de s'opposer à l'onanisme. Considérations sur les anus contre nature.

      Paris, l'Auteur, 1822. - Paris, l'Auteur, 1822 ; 2 vol. in-8 à pagination continue ; vol. I : XVI, 512 pp., 19 planches h.t. ; vol. II : (2) pp., pp. 513 à 976, 5 planches h.t., pleine basane racinée de l'époque, mors légèrement fendus en queue, un petit travail de ver sur deux plats, tranches marbrées, petite étiquette ex-libris d'un pharmacien militaire (E. Aubry), marge des premiers feuillets brunis, sinon intérieur en très bon état. Deuxième édition, considérablement augmentée (la première, parue en 1818 sous le titre "Considérations sur les bandages herniaires" ne comportait qu'un seul volume de XII-106 pp. et 14 ff. de planches). Cet ouvrage décrit de nombreux bandages, certains inventés par l'auteur ; Jalade Lafond améliora le bandage de Camper. De plus et surtout, le second volume est entièrement consacré aux anus contre nature, et à "la belle découverte" de Dupuytren. L'en-tête de cette seconde partie s'intitule d'ailleurs "Considérations sur les anus contre nature". Jalade Lafond relate pour la première fois cette opération de l'anus artificiel réalisé par Dupuytren, avec la description de l'instrument utilisé (entérotome). Jalade-Lafond écrit : "J'ai l'avantage d'être le premier à écrire sur cette opération'. Il rapporte dix observations recueillies dans le service de ce grand chirurgien, à l'Hôtel-Dieu de Paris. Le mémoire de Dupuytren sur cette intervention ne paraîtra qu'en 1828 (cf. Garrison & Morton, 3437) ; Dupuytren y cite le livre Jalade Lafond parmi les quelques "excellens ouvrages" ayant rapporté cette intervention. Les 24 planches illustrent des instruments, des bandages et des appareils; cinq d'entre elles représentent l'entérotome et l'intervention de Dupuytren. Guillaume Jalade-Lafond, après des études de médecine à Paris, devint un chirurgien-herniaire et un bandagiste réputés. Il fut très apprécié de Dupuytren. cf. R. Stoppa et al., Hernia healers, pp. 142-143 : "Jalade-Lafont, in 1822, proposed his ¿renixigrade¿ bandage . sophisticaed device. » ; Lachaise, Les médecins de Paris, p. 373. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SKETCHES AND FRAGMENTS

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, paternson-Row, London 1822 - SKETCHES AND FRAGMENTS/LONDON 1822 SIGNED BY AUTHOR super rare Author: By the author of "The Magic Lantern." FOUND::: Gardiner, Marguerite, Countess of Blessington Publisher/Copyright: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, paternson-Row 1822 Edition: First Edition Condition:(all defects if any are formulated into pricing) Outside of book is in good condition for it's age. There is a nice book plate on the inside board with the name 'Francis Freeling.' The book is signed 'To: Francis Freeling Esq. From his sincere friend the author.' Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, book is tight and sturdy. A good copy. Size: 4 ½ x 6 ½ (approximately)Pages: 139 pages Binding/Cover: Hardback without dust jacket Shipping & Handling: Insurance extra. Refunds: All items are 100% refundable up to 10 days after item received Background/Description: First Edition. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, paternson-Row 1822. Good/None dust jacket condition as issued. Overall a really nice copy signed by the author. Super super rare book with no other found for sale on the internet. FOUND AUTHOR: Gardiner, Marguerite, Countess of Blessington Gardiner, Marguerite, Countess of Blessington (1789-1849) Novelist, Poet, Story Writer, Biographer, Editor, Travel Writer, Letter Writer, Essayist. Active 1822-1849 in England, Britain, Ireland, Europe; Italy, France, Continental Europe Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington, famous for her beauty, notorious for her supposedly scandalous life, was at the centre of London literary life for more than thirty years. The friend of Byron, Dickens, Bulwer-Lytton, Thackeray and Disraeli among others, she presided over a series of glittering salons and corresponded indefatigably with many of the best-known writers of the day. She was also a writer of novels, poems, short stories and travel books, and edited several successful annuals and gift-books. Born - as Margaret Power - in the small village of Knockbrit in County Tipperary, Ireland, she was the eldest daughter of an impoverished Irish squire and his well-born wife. A shy, and not overly attractive child, she was educated by a lady well-wisher and by a course of self-imposed reading. By her early teens she had become a beauty, and when she was fourteen her father forced her into an arranged marriage to Captain Maurice St Leger Farmer. Her husband proved to be an abusive alcoholic and she returned home after only a few months. Her next few years are not well documented, but from about 1806 she lived in Hampshire as the kept mistress of a landed Englishman, Captain Thomas Jenkins. In 1815 she met the wealthy earl of Blessington, who reputedly paid £10,000 to Jenkins for the transfer of her favours to himself. Blessington set about trying to obtain a divorce for her, but this proved to be unnecessary, as in 1817 her husband died after falling from a window, and the couple were able to marry. They spent the next few years living in the greatest of luxury in London: politicians, peers, writers and painters flocked to their house in St James's Square. Her reputation had preceded her, however, and respectable ladies neither called on her nor invited her to their homes. In 1822 she published two slim volumes of essays of mild satire and social comment, The Magic Lantern and Sketches and Fragments, and a travel book, Journal of a Tour through the Netherlands to Paris. In 1823 the Blessingtons set out for a protracted tour of the continent, on which they were joined by Alfred, Count d'Orsay. At just twenty-one, he was twelve years younger than the countess, whose lover he was generally believed to be. Arriving in Genoa, in Italy, they called on Byron and spent six weeks riding, dining and conversing with the poet. They spent five years in Italy, during which time d'Orsay contracted a marriage with the Earl's sixteen-year-old daughter, Lady Harriet Gardiner. They sett [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Queen Mab

      London: Printed and Published by R. Carlile, 55, Fleet Street, 1822 - The is the first published edition of Shelley's first poem of any length. It was privately printed in 1813 in a very small edition, and originally contained a poetical dedication to Harriet which Shelley was in the habit of cutting out in copies he gave to friends. Much to Shelley's consternation, this edition was printed by Clark without the poet's authorisation (Clark spent 4 months in prison for it), and, according to Granniss 'some copies contain the dedication to Harriet (his first wife who had committed suicide in 1816), and in some, certain words and lines have been omitted." According to Graniss, "Clark's sheets fell into the hands of Carlile who issued them both in the original and mutilated forms, in 1822 ." First English published edition; second issue with Carlile cancel title; first printed privately in 1813, and then published in a pirated edition by R. Clark in 1821, for which Clark subsequently received four months' imprisonment. With cancel title, Clark's Notes and the final leaf carrying the suppressed dedication "To Harriet.". 8vo. 182, [2] pp. Bound in original drab boards, uncut. Signed W. Rawlings on pastedown. In green cloth drop box. Graniss 19; Forman 22; Tinker 1888; Ashley V, p. 150 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire de la conversation et de la lecture

      Belin-Mandar, Paris 1822 - Edité de 1822 à 1829. Exemplaire complet des 52 volumes. Ecrit par une pléiade d'auteurs : Abrantès, Arago, Carrel, Chateaubriand, Champollion, de Girardin, Hugo, Janin, Mérimée, Tastu, Thiers, Tissot, Villemain,¿ pour ne citer que les plus connus. Soit 95 auteurs cités en tête du premier volume. Le dernier volume possède un supplément et chacun des 52 comportent une table des noms propres et communs définis dans le volume. Exemplaire particulièrement attrayant en demi maroquin vert à dos lisses à décors romantique. Très propre, rares rousseurs. A noter quelques frottements et le pied du volume 8 arasé. Plus de 31 kilos, soit deux colis (La limite postale étant de 30 kilos) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Guillemof a Ligne Blanche

      - A detailed hand colored lithographic print from Louis Choris&#146;s sweeping series &#147;Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde&#148;, published in Paris by Firmin Didot in 1822. This print measures 16.5&#148;x10&#148;. Louis (or Ludovik) Choris, a Russian of German extraction, showed a talent for natural history at a remarkably early age, and won high praise for his work on Biberstein&#146;s journey to the Caucasus in 1813. The present views recall the voyage of the &#147;Rurik,&#148; 1815-1818, commanded by the Russian Otto von Kotzbue, and the expedition's search for the Northwest Passage, entering the Pacific via the Horn and returning to Europe via the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena. Choris, the official artist on the expedition, was invited by the St. Petersberg Academy to accompany Kotzbue and the present work represents a fine cross section of the places that the expedition visited: itincludes views of Teneriffe, Brazil, Chile, the Pacific Islands, Hawaii, Kamchatka, Philippines, the Cape of Good Hope and Saint Helena. Choris's magnificent work offers important pictorial representations of the people, landscape, and artifacts of the then mysterious islands of the Pacific, California, Alaska, the northwest coast of America, and other far-off lands. This work has great American interest because of its lithographs and its account of Hawaii, California, the Queen Charlotte Islands, the Aleutians, St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea, and Kotzebue Island in Alaska. The lithographs are of all aspects of native life and culture. Choris's book is considered to be one of the most beautiful relating to travel. A map of the route of expedition accompanies the work. The book was issued in 22 parts, and complete copies with all the plates colored are very rare. Overall this print is in good condition with some foxing and staining.

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        Autograph letter signed to André Melly

      Geneva 1822 - Boissier, Henri (1762-1845). Autograph letter signed to André Melly (1802-51). Geneva, 21 March 1822. 2pp. plus integral address leaf. 202 x 155 mm. Docketed.From Professor Henri Boissier, founder of Geneva's natural history museum, to the young Swiss businessman André Melly, acting as the museum's purchasing agent in England, regarding the purchase of insect specimens for the museum. Boissier informs Melly that the museum's collections have recently been augmented "par un don de coléopteres de M. le Dr. Peschier où il y a de bonnes choses, & par un achast de quelques bons papillons & insectes exotiques que m'a procuré M. Prévost" [by a gift of coleoptera from Dr. Peschier containing some good things, and by a purchase of several good butterflies and foreign insects from M. Prévost].This last purchase "a un peu réduit la somme que la cours avait mit à ma disposition. Je ne peut donc vous faire payer pour le moment qu'un bon de f. 400 que je vous prie d'employer, comme vous le jugerai convenable, surtout en orthoptères, hémiptères & névroptères dont nous sommes très mal fournis" [has reduced somewhat the amount made available to me from the course. At this moment I can only pay you the sum of 400 francs which I urge you to use, as you see fit, primarily for orthoptera, hemiptera and neuroptera, which we greatly lack]. Boissier lists several species of each that he wishes to acquire, including "criquets & sauter[elles] exotiq[ues]" [foreign crickets and grasshoppers] and "termites ou fourmis blanches" [termites or white ants]. He instructs Melly to expedite the shipment of insects to him so that he will have enough time to unpack them and put them in cases."Dr. Peschier" may refer to Geneva native Charles Gaspard Peschier (1782-1853), a pioneer of homeopathic medicine in French-speaking countries. M. Prévost, another Genevan, was a founder of the firm of Prévost and Morris in London. Boissier's correspondent, André Melly, ended up settling in England in 1822 (the year that this letter was written), and becoming a prominent businessman in northern England. He acted as agent to the Viceroy of India and then to the Egyptian Government, dying of fever while on a tour of the Nile in 1851.

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        LES MILLE ET UNE NUITS, contes arabes, traduits en français par Galland. Nouvelle édition, . ornée de 21 gravures, et publiée par Édouard Gauttier. VII volúmenes. CONTES INÉDITS DES MILLE ET UNE NUITS, extraits de l original arabe par M. J. de Hammer, . Traduits en français par G. S. Trébutien. III volúmenes. Ilustrador Ch. Chasselat

      - Paris. J. A. S. Collin de Plancy. Librairie Orientale de Dondey-Dupré. 1822 y 1828, respectivamente. O.C. Un total de diez volúmenes in 4º, xxxii-404pp-3 láminas, 2-h-427pp-3 láminas, 2h-468pp-3 láminas, 2h-467pp-3 láminas, 2h-436pp-3 láminas, viipp-425pp-3 láminas, 2h-407pp-3 láminas, xlvii-435pp, 2h-424pp, 2h-504pp. Todas las portadas con xilografia grabada, y 21 finas calcografías en acero con bonitos y sugerentes dibujos alegóricos por Ch. Chasselat y esculpidos por Ruhierre, Delay, Aug. Delvaux, Massard, Pfitzer, Fauchery, Adn. Godefroy y otros, todos con papel protector. Encuadernación homogénea época holandesa tafilete avellana, doble tejuelo, hierros dorados, fuerte y buen papel de hilo barbado. Algunas y esporádicas motas de óxido. Excelente ejemplar, en general muy limpio, solido, completo y con todos sus márgenes de imprenta, buena impresión y bella tipografía, muy dificil de hallar completa y en este estado de conservación. Notas al texto a pie de página. No en CCCPB. Imagen en sitio virtual de MIMO Libros [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Symptoms of Being Amused Vol. 1 [all that was published]

      Thomas McLean, London 1822 - Oblong, 14 by 9.5 inches, 34 by 24.5 cm. With 42 comical Alken hand-colored plates (including title page), all watermarked 1822 Thomas McLean. These measure pictorially, not counting margins, 10.5 by 8 inches. Tooley 57. Each plate contains several designs and accompanying captions, sometimes, but always, related to the other illustrations on the same page. Yet regardless of this, the format does create a liveliness on the page and contributes to the inimitable sense of movement so essential to Alken's art. With also an one page preface. Being Alken, many of the illustrations are of equine and/or sporting interest, and the lampooning is fundamentally visual. Sympathetically rebacked with half red morocco over marbled boards. The binding does have some shelfwear and worn corners. The leather, nonetheless, remains healthy. Binding is tight. There is a fair amount of finger soiling in the margins, and a few minor, now repaired, closed tears. Color throughout is bright. Plus Half Morocco over Marbled Boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Symptoms of Being Amused

      - Oblong folio, coloured title and 35 of 42 hand coloured plates. Bound with, Alken, Illustrations to popular songs 37 of 42 hand coloured plates. 1822-3. bound in contemporary half calf,rubbed. Ther is some sl. smudging and soiling to some of the plates, and two rather crude repairs. 72 hand coloured pls in total. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LA DIVINA COMMEDIA di. Col commento del P. Baldassare Lombardi. Ora nuovamente arricchito di molte illustrazioni edite ed inedite.

      Minerva,, Padova, 1822 - 5 voll. in-4 picc., pp. XXXIV, (1), 747; (1), 799; (1), 845; (4), 430; XII, (1), 574, bella leg. mod. cart. rust. con tass. e tit. mss al d. Con 4 tavv. inc. in rame una per ogni Cantica e il ritr. dell'A. I primi 3 voll. contengono il testo preceduto dalla illustrazione della rispettiva cantica. Il IV contiene il Rimario e un breve indice delle cose notevoli. Il V e ultimo vol. riporta la biografia del poeta compendiata da quella celebre del Boccaccio (1437) e una seconda composta da Leonardo Aretino. Imp. infine il catalogo delle edizioni in ordine cronologico. Gamba 405: "Puossi dire con note di varii questa pregevolissima edizione.". Brunet II, 508. Olschki 94. Graesse II, 331: "Cette dernier edition est reputèe la meilleure de ce siècle". La leg. è rifatta con cartone antico. Bell'esempl. a larghi margini.

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        Real Life in London; or, the Rambles and Adventures of Bob Tallyho, Esq. and his cousin, the Hon. Tom. Dashall, through the Metropolis, exhibiting a living pictures of fashionable characters, manners and amusements in High and Low Life, in 2 volumes

      Jones and Co., London 1822 - 2 volumes set. Published 1823 (volume 1) and 1822 (volume 2), both later issues. 656 & 668 pp. Hardcover, 8vo., bound in full old calf, gilt spine and spine label, marbled endpapers. Leather worn at corners; outer hinges dry, but holding nicely; spines worn. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedowns; contemporary ownership signatures on front blanks. Light foxing to contents. All plates in full color, and all present as called for in the binder's instructions: frontis, title page and 17 plates in volume 1; frontis, title page and 11 plates in volume 2. Two volume set of this Egan imitations. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Designs for the Pavillon [sic.] at Brighton. Humbly inscribed to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. By H. Repton . with the assistance of his sons, John Adey Repton, F.S.A. and G.S. Repton, architects

      printed by Howlett & Brimmer for J. C. Stadler, sold by Boydell & Co., Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, [etc.], London 1822 - Expertly bound to style in full green straight-grained morocco, covers with a wide decorative border tooled in gilt and blind, spine in eight compartments with double raised bands, the bands highlighted in gilt, lettered in the second compartment, the others with an overall repeat decoration in gilt, brown endpapers A fine, wide margined copy of Repton's fascinating proposal for a royal palace at Brighton. Humphry Repton was the main successor to Lancelot 'Capability' Brown as an improver of grounds for the English gentry in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. He was particularly noted for his Red Books. These were produced for each individual client and were made up from a manuscript description of his proposed improvements bound with Repton's own watercolour drawings of the grounds, with his proposed alterations displayed on an overlay. His proposal for Brighton pavilion was no different and the present work "was based directly on the original Red Book, which was sent to the publisher and engraver, J.C. Stadler, of 15 Villiers St., Strand. The drawings, by Repton and his sons, were sumptuously reproduced in aquatint, mostly in color, complete with their overslips and slides. Stadler himself took on the financial responsibility" (Millard, British p. 245). "Repton was first summoned to Brighton by the Prince of Wales in 1797. Payments were made to him over the next five years for works in the garden of the Prince's still modest marine villa. Then, in October 1805, Repton was requested to attend on the Prince in Brighton. The Prince and Repton met on 24 November. By 12 December Repton had returned to Brighton with a sheaf of drawings showing possible improvements. The prince was intrigued and asked for a design for an entirely new house. Repton presented his scheme in February 1806 in the form of [a]. Red book, now in the Royal Library at Windsor. By then the prince's initial enthusiasm had dulled; he was beset with financial difficulties and had laid aside all elaborate schemes for the enlargement of the pavilion" (Millard op.cit. pp.243-244). Repton's designs were inspired directly by the wonderful Indian architecture so ably pictured in Thomas and William Daniell's Oriental Scenery (1795-1808). First published in 1808, the present issue dates from 1822 and may mark an attempt to take advantage of the interest generated when architect John Nash completed his work on the Pavilion for King George IV. Between 1815 and 1822 Nash redesigned and greatly extended the Pavilion, and it is the work of Nash which can be seen today. The pavilion as it was finally completed still owed a huge debt to Indian architecture but was in a form which re-interpreted the Indian ideal in a fashion more suitable to both English tastes and climate. Abbey Scenery 57 (1822 watermarks) and cf.55; Millard British 66 (2nd edition); cf. Tooley p.207; cf. Prideaux p.349. (21 7/8 x 13 3/4 inches). Emblematic frontispiece printed in bistre, 1 hand-coloured plan, 7 aquatint plates (one tinted with a sepia wash, six hand-coloured [one with an overpage, one double-page with two overslips, one folding with two overslips, one single-page with two overslips, one single-page with one overslip]), 11 aquatint illustrations (seven uncoloured, one with a sepia wash, three hand-coloured [two of these with a single overslip]), all by J.C. Stadler after Repton. Uncut. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoria sobre a conspiração de 1817, vulgarmente chamada a conspiração de Gomes Freire; escripta e publicada por um Portuguez, amigo da justiça e da verdade.

      London, Impresso por Ricardo e Artur Taylor, 1822. - Wood-engraved frontispiece, 284 pp., (2 ll.), with 1 wood-engraved plate and diagrams in text. 8°, contemporary morocco (very slight wear), spine richly gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering piece, gilt letter, edges of covers milled, marbled endleaves, text block edges marbled to match. Scattered light foxing. In fine condition. ---- FIRST EDITION; a second appeared in Lisbon, 1822, without the allegorical frontispiece. This is the fullest account of the 1817 conspiracy against Marshal Beresford and the Portuguese government, whose leader was Lieutenant-General Gomes Freire de Andrade, recognized soon thereafter as one of the martyrs of Portuguese liberty. The @Memoria was written at the request and the expense of Marshal Beresford, to justify the harsh measures he used to suppress the conspiracy, and it is biased in Beresford's favor; nevertheless, it contains invaluable details such as copies of the documents written by the conspirators to each other, and a transcription in full of the sentence passed upon them. The frontispiece is a wood engraving signed by Sears, showing a man with a sickle speaking to a woman who attacks a many-headed dragon (Treason?) with a sword; above is a winged figure holding flames (lightning bolts?) in either hand. The plate at p. 209 shows the execution of the conspirators. There are also tables and diagrams, e.g., one showing the code used by the conspirators for their correspondence.---- Innocêncio IV, 78-79: without collation, and calling for only 1 plate. Ayres Magalhães de Sepúlveda, @Dicionário bibliográfico da Guerra Peninsular II, 31: without collation, but calling for 2 plates. This edition not in Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira, which lists that of Lisbon 1822. @Greenlee Catalogue I, 519: calling for 284 pp., frontispiece and diagrams. NUC: DLC, CaBVaU, MH; calling for x, 281 pp. with diagrams. OCLC: 13037247 (eight locations, but we think that at least one is an online copy); 560498643 (British Library); 457924242 (Bibliothèque Nationale de France); 165785012 (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek--an eBook). Porbase locates a single copy of the present edition, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac repeats British Library, and adds two copies, both at Oxford University. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        THE SPORTING REPOSITORY Containing Horse-racing, Hunting, Coursing, Shooting ., Anecdotes on Sporting Subjects, interspersed with Essays, Tales, and a Great Variety of Miscellaneous Articles.

      Printed by W. Lewis for Thomas McLean, 26, Haymarket, London 1822 - Hand-coloured aquatint plates (16 of 19) after H. Alken and J. Barenger by G. and T. Hunt. Volume I, Nos. I-VI Jan-June 15 1822 [all published] Royal octavo red half roan, original boards covered in blue sugar paper, spine title gilt (rebacked with matching red roan corners, original spine laid on), original free end-papers with new pastedown, armorial bookplate with motto DA VIS and pencilled ownership H. Davis at head of titlepage, vi + [2]pp list of engravings +540pp +16 of 19 hand-colored plates. LACKS 4 text leaves (pp 217-24) - the missing 3 plates and 4 text leaves in colour facsimile reproduced from the 1904 reprint, bound in to match. One gathering with edges browned, some offsetting from plates to text, otherwise clean and crisp throughout. *Beautiful bright hand-coloured plates of hunting, shooting, tandem-driving, livestock etc. Very rare in original edition (Schwerdt II p.212 "the first and only edition of a rare and valuable magazine"). This is the original 1822 edition, not the more common reprint published in 1904. 1 volume.

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        A treatise on the game of chess: containing the games on odds, from the "Traite des Amateurs:" the games of the celebrated anonymous Modenese; a variety of games actually Played; and a cotalogue of writers on Chess

      Printed for T and J Allman, London 1822 - ix+[blank]+xiii-xv+[blank]+Errata leaf+376 pages with frontispiece and catalog of writers on the game of chess. Octavo (9" x 5 1/2") bound in half leather with gilt lettering to spine. (Whyld and Ravillious: 1822:6). First edition. John Cochrane (1798-1878), Scottish Master, did not achieve note as player who had big practical successes. Spending most of his life in India (1824-69), his clashes against top players occurred during 1841-42, while on vacation in London. Cochrane played on equal terms against George Walker (1803-1879), William Davies Evans (1790-1872), and others. He even managed to win a match (6-4) against the Frenchman Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint- Amant (1800-1872), though in a series of games against Howard Staunton (1810-1874) he was defeated convincingly. All his preserved games show a player totally committed to tactics, a player who liked to attack and sacrifice, sometimes beyond reasonable risk. Condition: Rebound in half red leather, some pencil notations through out else a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels in Syria and the Holy Land, by the late John Lewis Burckhardt. Published by the Association for promoting the discovery of the interior parts of Africa.

      London, John Murray, 1822. - 4to. (II)+XXIII+(III)+668 pp. With frontisp. portrait & 6 maps/plans (incl. 2 fold.). Hardcover. Later quarter morocco with raised bands, marbled boards. VG. (Old bookseller's label on pastedown, old owner's name on title, erased stamp on verso of title, stamp "Winchester Historical Society" on lower margin of p. 25; light foxing to 1st fold. map, tear in other folding map closed). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels in Nubia; by the Late Published by the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa.

      London: John Murray, 1822 - Quarto (268 × 211 mm) Contemporary half calf on marbled boards,tan morocco label, flat bands, gilt milled, edges sprinkled blue, dark blue silk page-marker present and intact. Slightly rubbed, mild damping at the tail of the spine, front inner hinge cracked to the cords but tight, quadrant of damp-staining at the lower inner margins, text barely affected but the plates showing a slight tidemark, images barely touched, light browning to the text, a very good copy. Etched portrait frontispiece by Angelica Clarke after Slater, 3 engraved maps, one full-page and 2 folding. Second edition, first published in 1819. Burckhardt's travels were made under the aegis of the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa. He arrived in London in 1806, and after failing to obtain a diplomatic posting he approached Sir Joseph Banks, one of the chief supporters of the Association, with a letter of introduction from the natural historian Joseph Friedrich Blumenbach, under whom he had studied at Göttingen. He proposed, and was soon accepted to undertake exploration on their behalf, "particularly the search for the course of the Niger" (ODNB). Most of his journeys were made in the guise of Ibrahim ibn Abdallah, an Indian merchant and pilgrim to the holy places, under which name he was to be buried in the Muslim cemetery at Cairo in 1817. "Burckhardt possessed the best qualifications for a traveller. He prepared meticulously for his voyages, obeying his maxim 'Eile mit Weile' - 'more haste less speed' - even when this made it seem to contemporaries that he was slow and hesitant. Daring and yet prudent, a close and accurate observer with an intimate knowledge of the manners and language of the people among whom he travelled, he was able to accomplish feats of exploration which to others would have been impossible " This part of his explorations were made "in 1813 and 1814. Burckhardt left Aleppo in 1812 and made his way to Cairo; he then carried out two journeys: one along the upper Nile and the other through the Nubian desert. These travels were edited from Burckhardt's journals by Leake; he also wrote the biographical memoir which is prefaced to the travels. This was the first of Burckhardt's works to be published " (Blackmer). Armorial bookplate of William Ramsay, professor of Humanity (Latin) at the University of Glasgow 1831-63, one of the foremost British classical scholars of the era. Blackmer 238; Hilmy I, 105; Weber, 106.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        MEMORIA SOBRE LAS PROPORCIONES NATURALES DE LAS PROVINCIAS INTERNAS OCCIDENTALES, CAUSAS DE QUE HAN PROVENIDO SUS ATRASOS, PROVIDENCIAS TOMADAS CON EL FIN DE LOGRAR SU REMEDIO, Y LAS QUE POR AHORA SE CONSIDERAN OPORTUNAS PARA MEJORAR SU ESTADO, E IR PROPORCIONANDO SU FUTURA FELICIDAD.

      [Mexico City]: D. José Maria Ramos Palomera, . 1822 - 62pp. Small quarto. Modern calf, red gilt morocco label. Old ink stain on titlepage, not affecting text; two small worm holes, each about typeface size throughout. Else near fine. On April 11, 1822 the last Spanish flag flying in Mexican territory was removed from the plaza at Monterey. Iturbide's declaration of independence, and the subsequent bloodless transfer of power, left the new government in Mexico in dire need of information regarding the various regions of the new nation. The present book, submitted to the administrative authorities in Mexico City on July 1, 1822, only two months after independence, attempts to communicate such information as was needed to govern the western provinces, most notably Sonora and New Mexico. It contains far-reaching recommendations on how to administer the region politically, militarily, and economically. The report begins with a description of the provinces and their capitals, including Santa Fe. The essential recommendation is for greater local control over the regions. Riezgo proposes that the military chiefs live within the provinces under their jurisdiction, and that they have wide discretionary powers within the limits of the constitution. Locations for regional governmental centers are suggested, and recommendations are made for increased military fortifications. Riezgo discusses the trade between Santa Fe and St. Louis, recommends that New Mexico be exempt from taxes on trade for a period of five years, and assesses the threat to trade posed by Comanche raids. He also makes suggestions concerning the role of the clergy in the region, and reforms in the educational system. "An extremely rare work in full description of the regions at the time of Independence, with much on the natural resources, settlements, Indians, future possibilities, etc." - Eberstadt. We cannot trace another copy of this work in the marketplace. It contains more detailed information than the more famous accounts of Pino and Escuerdo, one published a decade before, the other published a decade after, this work. Neither Thomas W. Streeter nor Everett D. Graff were able to secure a copy of this report. A wide- ranging early Mexican administrative report, and an exceptional southwestern rarity. EBERSTADT 138:514. HOWES R287, "b.".

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        SÄMMTLICHE WERKE IN 10 BÄNDE.

      JAKOB MAYER UND COMPAGNIE, WIEN 1822 - RO60081458: 10 tomes, environ 300 pages par volumes. Tranche rouge. Texte en allemand (caractères gothiques). Tampons de bibliothèque sur les pages de titres et étiquettes aux dos. In-12 Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos frotté. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 830-Littératures des langues germaniques [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Op. 110] Sonate pour le Piano Forte... &#140;uvre 110

      Paris... Berlin... Vienne... Londres: Maurice Slesinger [!Schlesinger] [PN] 1159. [July 1822]. Folio. Disbound. 1f. (title), 3-21, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Price: "R: 1, 4 g:" & & Title slightly soiled and stained; some browning and foxing; upper margin of final leaf trimmed; old paper repairs to outer leaves.& & A very clear impression. . First Edition, Berlin issue. Hoboken 2, 454. Kinsky p. 315 (with same PN, but referring to copies with different price: "fl 2,,C,,M,,"). Dorfmüller p. 340 (with reference to copy in Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, lacking PN and bearing price: "6 f.") and plate 4a. Hirsch IV, 371 (with different pagination and price and no PN).& & According to Alan Tyson, "Maurice Schlesinger as a Publisher of Beethoven, 1822-1827," Acta Musicologica 35 (1963), pp. 182-91, the first issues were printed in Paris without plate number. The plates were then sent to Berlin, where the plate numbers were added. There are thus three forms of the first edition: 1: issued in Paris without publisher&#39;s number to title and without plate number, with a price "6 f"; 2: issued in Vienna, identical to the Paris issue, but with a price of "fl 2. C.M."; and 3: issued in Berlin (the present copy) with publisher&#39;s number, plate number 1159, and price "R1.4 gr."

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        Anecdotes of The Revolutionary War in America, with Sketches of Character of the Most Distinguished, in the Southern States, for Civil and Military Services

      Charleston: Printed for the author by A.E. Miller, 1822. First edition, with the errata leaf and nine pages of subscribers. original full brown calf, red morocco spine label lettered in gilt. Edges and spine ends a little rubbed, occasional browning and light foxing throughout. Quarto. Together two volumes Among those Garden discusses are Francis Marion, Nathanael Greene, George Washington, William Moultrie, Henry Lee and Charles Coatesworh Pinckney. ?The author was at one time aide-de-camp to General Green and was a lieutenant in Lee?s Legion in February, 1782. His work contains much original information? - Church. With: Anecdotes of the American Revolution, Illustrative of the Talents and Virtues of the Heroes and Patriots Who Acted the Most Conspicuous Parts Therein. ?Second Series?. Charleston: Printed by A. E. Miller, 1828. First edition with the errata leaf [Gephart 13412. Howes G61. Church V, 1321. Sabin 26599. American Imprints 8801].

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        A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas, Being a Guide to the History of North and South America, and the West Indies.

      Philadelphia: H. C. Carey and I. Lea, 1822. - Folio, (17 7/8 x 12 5/8 inches). Publisher's Advertisement, page of reviews tipped in (several small repairs; some browning and staining). 46 double-page engraved maps, with original hand-color in full; 3 hand-colored tables, 2 charts (slightly toned). Modern quarter tan calf, marbled boards. First edition. The date on the title page is printed 1822 but altered to read 1823. Wheat extensively discusses and praises the Long map, including the one that appeared in the 1822 and 1823 editions of Carey & Lea's atlas Wheat 348. "Carey and Lea's Atlas of 1822 carried a 'North America' on which, along with Pike's vagaries, is displayed Long's discovery of the true course of the Canadian, while Missouri Territory is carried west of the Rockies. The most interesting map in this Atlas, however, is headed 'Geographical, Statistical and Historical Map of Arkansas Territory,' which is in reality Long's map, covering the Missouri Basin north to Mandan villages and west to the Rockies. 'Highest Peak,' James Peak and Spanish Peaks appear, as on [Stephen H.] Long's manuscript map, and his expedition's routes are set forth. Just south of the Republican Fork appears the significant legend, 'The Great Desert is frequented by roving bands of Indians who have no fixed places of residence but road from place to place in quest of game.' In fact, in large part this map is Long's map, and is so stated in its title" (Wheat II, p.81). Howes C-133. Phillips 1373a. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        O Mudo de Pernambuco, ou Gervazio em Lisboa.

      [Colophon] Lisbon, Na Officina que foi de Lino da Silva Godinho, 1822. - Caption title. "M" in "Mudo" of title printed upside down. 8 pp. 4°, unbound. Uncut, partially unopened. In fine condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION, with the caption title apparently in its first state. Two sonnets and a 45-stanza poem directed against Gervasio Pires Ferreira, who was derisively known in Lisbon as the "the Mute of Pernambuco." These poems were printed while Gervasio Pires Ferreira was being held prisoner in Lisbon after the failure of the Junta in 1822. The nickname "the Mute of Pernambuco" originated in the loss of speech that he experienced after he was sent to a prison in Bahia for participating in the revolution of 1817. Gervasio Pires Ferreira was elected president of the assembly of Pernambuco in 1821, after which he regained his power of speech. ---- Borba de Moraes (1983), II, 601. JCB, @Portuguese and Brazilian Books, 822/37 (giving the title as @O mundo de Pernambuco, almost surely a typo). Not in Innocêncio or Fonseca, @Pseudónimos. Not in Rodrigues. Not in Tancredo de Paiva. NUC: ICN, RPJCB. OCLC: 79082796 (Houghton Library, Newberry Library, British Library). Porbase locates two copies, both in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, without any mention of the variant states of the caption title. Copac repeats British Library. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Op. 110] Sonate pour le Piano Forte... OEuvre 110

      Paris... Berlin... Vienne... Londres Maurice Slesinger [!Schlesinger] [PN] 1159 [July 1822]. Folio. Disbound. 1f. (title), 3-21, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Price: "R: 1, 4 g:" Title slightly soiled and stained; some browning and foxing; upper margin of final leaf trimmed; old paper repairs to outer leaves. A very clear impression.. First Edition, Berlin issue. Hoboken 2, 454. Kinsky p. 315 (with same PN, but referring to copies with different price: "fl 2,,C,,M,,"). Dorfmüller p. 340 (with reference to copy in Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, lacking PN and bearing price: "6 f.") and plate 4a. Hirsch IV, 371 (with different pagination and price and no PN). According to Alan Tyson, "Maurice Schlesinger as a Publisher of Beethoven, 1822-1827," Acta Musicologica 35 (1963), pp. 182-91, the first issues were printed in Paris without plate number. The plates were then sent to Berlin, where the plate numbers were added. There are thus three forms of the first edition: 1: issued in Paris without publisher's number to title and without plate number, with a price "6 f"; 2: issued in Vienna, identical to the Paris issue, but with a price of "fl 2. C.M."; and 3: issued in Berlin (the present copy) with publisher's number, plate number 1159, and price "R1.4 gr."

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        THE INFANT'S GRAMMAR, OR A PIC - NIC PARTY OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH.

      London, Harris and Son, 1822.FIRST EDITION 1822, 12mo, 165 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, title page and 13 leaves, 11 very good attractive hand coloured half page woodcut illustrations (as required) with verse text beneath, printed 1 side only. In John Harris's Cabinet of Amusement and Instruction with 1 page of adverts at rear on final leaf. Slightly trimmed at lower edge removing 1 line of adverts, LACKING ORIGINAL PRINTED WRAPPER, recased in marbled wrappers with hand lettered label to upper cover, tiny closed tear to 1 inner margin, contents very nice. A very good copy (lacking original wrappers as noted). Moon page 63, No. 396 (1); Osborne II, page 715. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A New Century of Inventions: Being Designs & Descriptions of One Hundred Machines, Relating to Arts, Manufactures, and Domestic Life.... Second Edition.

      4to, 394, [10] pp, 50 eng. plates, some browning and offsetting, uncut and occasionally unopened, modern half calf, marbled bds. sound.

      [Bookseller: H. M. Fletcher]
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