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        The History of Johnny Quae Genus the Little Foundling

      London: R Ackermann, 1822 Of the Late Doctor Syntax: A Poem, by the Author of the Three Tours. In red half leather with marbled boards, gilt tooling. Spine has raised bands, gilt tooling and title, leather faded slightly. Internally, marbled endpapers, (5), 267 pp, (1), directions to the binders, includes the 24 (of 24) fine hand coloured aquatint plates by Rowlandson, some light offsetting from plates, but a Very Good copy. The last of the genuine 'authorised' Syntax books, and Combe's final completed work; he died a few months later. Tooley Abbey Prideaux. (OCLC 298937655)

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        The Report of the Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench

      1822. [Trial]. Carlile, Richard [1790-1843], Defendant and Reporter. The Report of the Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench, In the Guildhall, London, On the 12th, 13th, 14th, And 15th Days of October: Being the Mock Trials of Richard Carlile, For Alledged [sic] Blasphemous Libels, In Publishing Thomas Paine's Theological Works and Elihu Palmer's Principles of Nature; Before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, And Special Juries. London: Printed and Published by R. Carlile, 1822. xx, 203 pp. Octavo (8-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet (without wrappers) bound into recent marbled boards with paper title label. Toning, light soiling to title page, creases to corners of a few leaves. An appealing copy. * Only edition. Carlile was one of the most prolific freethinking journalist-publisher-political activists of his day. As one would suspect, he was often at odds with the government. In 1819 he was fined 1,500 pounds and imprisoned for three years for six counts of "blasphemous libel." He published this account of the first day of his 1819 trial after his release. It deals with the information against him for publishing Thomas Paine's Age of Reason and Examination of the Passages in the New Testament Quoted from the Old and Called prophecies concerning Jesus Christ, which Carlile issued as The Age of Reason, Part the Third. Portions of these were read in court by Carlile with commentary. Catalogue of the Library of the Harvard Law School II:1035.

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        The History of England; from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688; together with: The History of England; from the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George II, Designed as a Continuation of Hume

      London: J. F. Dove, et al, 1822. New edition. Hardcover. Very good. Illustrated edition, with engraved portrait frontispieces. Complete in thirteen volumes: eight volumes of Hume's history and five of Smollett's. Contemporary straight-grained crimson leather. Spines in five compartments with raised bands, gilt; Boards with gilt and blind fillet borders; gilt inner dentelles; all edges gilt. Edges lightly rubbed, some staining and soiling, and spines darkened else a very good set. Hume was a key figure in Western philosophy, but is perhaps more known for his History, which was a bestseller well into the nineteenth century and the standard work on English history for many years. The continuation is by Tobias Smollett, himself a literary figure of merit and an associate of Johnson, Goldsmith and Sterne.

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        OPERE.

      In-16 p. (mm. 155x95), 6 voll., mz. pelle coeva, fregi e tit. oro al dorso, pp. CCLXXXVI,286; 560; 747; 651,(3); 577,(3); 508; con complessive 151 (su 157) tavv. inc. in rame f.t. (ritratti degli artisti descritti). Questa apprezzata edizione, oltre alle "Vite dei Pittori.." e ai "Ragionamenti del Vasari sopra le invenzioni da lui dipinte in Firenze" comprende anche il suo epistolario. Cfr. Gamba,1728: ?Pregevole e comoda edizione e che può dirsi la più completa d?ogni altra, quanto al solo testo? - Schlosser, p. 334: ?Degna di nota perchè per la prima volta contiene anche le lettere del Vasari, secondo la raccolta riunita dal giovane Vasari, conservata nella Riccardiana a Firenze? - Choix de Olschki,X,15793. Con fiorit. e uniformi arross. più o meno lievi, ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        United States of America

      Carey & Lea Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1822. unbound. very good(+). Tanner, Benjamin. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16.75" x 21.5". Beautiful early map of the United States from East Coast to Midwest (Missouri Territory and Mexico). Includes information about surveys on which the map is based (Lewis & Clark, Pike and Major Long). Cropped margins; stain in Kentucky and Indiana, but colors are very bright.

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        LA SCIENZA DELLA LEGISLAZIONE. CON GIUNTA DEGLI OPUSCOLI SCELTI. MILANO, DALLA SOCIETA' TIPOGR. DE' CLASSICI ITALIANI, 1822.

      Sei tomi in tre volumi in 8vo. Ritratto dell'autore al primo volume. Mezza pelle coeva, titolo e fregi in oro ai dorsi. Ex libris. Lievi fioriture.

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        Svenska vuer etsade af [...] 1797. [=rubrik]. (Sthlm, 1797). Tvär-folio.

      (4) s. & 30 planschblad med 35 etsningar. + NORDQUIST, (PEHR). Strödda handteckningar af Nordquist. Efter originalerna copierade och utgifne i stentryck af Ludew. Fehr. I-IV. Göteborg, L. Fehr, 1822. Tvär-folio. 23 + 24-48 litograferade plr, varav en utvikbar. Nära samtida nött hfrbd med guldornerad och blindpressad ryggdekor. Pärmpappret repigt och skrapat och till stor del bortnött på den bakre pärmen. Några enstaka lager- och småfläckar i det första arbetet. Spridda solk- och småfläckar i det andra arbetet. Det främre litograferade omslaget till det andra häftet av Nordquists teckningar medbundet och med en liten påklistrad rund bokhandelsetikett från Carl August Holm, Göteborg. Den utvikbara planschen med en lagad reva i vikningen. Från Ericsberg.. Bring Itineraria svecana 251 som bara lyckats lokalisera två exemplar av det första arbetet, vars titel även innehåller Linnerhielms signeringsmärke. Textbladen avslutas med följande notis: "Desse vuer finnas eljest införde i den utkomne boken: Bref under resor i Sverige". "Bref under resor" utkom 1797 och många av illustrationerna avtrycktes i texten, vilken trycktes på för ändamålet inte särskilt lämpligt papper. Det tjockare planschpappret i "Svenska vuer" gör etsningarna större rättvisa. Bring påpekar även att den kortfattade textbilagan innehåller kompletterande uppgifter som inte återfinns i boken. Det andra arbetet utkom i två häften. Det bevarade omslaget innehåller även förklaringar till en del av bilderna. Konstnären Pehr Nordquist (1771-1805) hörde till bröderna Martins mera lovande elever. Han avled som ung i Neapel under en studieresa och hans minne bevarades i samtiden främst genom F. Boyes försorg. I "Strödda handteckningar" återfinns en rad självbiografiska teckningar under en resa från huvudstaden till Helsingborg, samt konstnärens illustrationer till Lenngrens båda dikter "Till en girig" och "Du som i höghet tror". Illustrationerna till den sistnämnda hade F. Boye låtit utgiva i gravyr redan 1817. "Strödda handteckningar" kallas i "Svenskt konstnärslexikon" för "en av litografiens inkunabler i Sverige." Litografen Ludvig Fehr kom efter en tid i Köpenhamn till Stockholm kring årsskiftet 1817-18, där han bildade det första litografiska tryckeriet tillsammans med C. Müller. Fehr flyttade snart vidare och fortsatte sin verksamhet först i Karlskrona och sedan Göteborg, varefter han 1822 startade det första litografiska tryckeriet i Norge

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        Voyages De Gulliver. 4 volumes

      Genets Jeune,Libraire, 1822. in16 Relié reliures pleine peau bordeaux. mosaiques dorées sur tous les plats. dos 5 nerfs. titres et fleurons et filets dorés. toutes tranches dorées. intérieur à la cuve. filets dorés à l'intérieur de tous les plats. 8 gravures sur acuier. rousseurs. excellent etat des relires. ouvrages très plaisants

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        Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica [Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy ]

      Glasguae (Glasgow): Ex Prelo Academico, Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan, 1822. First Printing. Full-Leather. 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. The 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). Recently rebound 4 volumes in 2. Complete. Collation matches that of Gray (17) with 2 exceptions, both of which were errors on Gray's part: Gray incorrectly notes a last page of 430 (instead of 431) for Volume 1, and also incorrectly notes Volume III prelims as xxi instead of xxxvi which is correct. Both of these are correctly noted in Wallis (17) and Babson (32). Complete. Short closed tear at the base of page 202, volume 4. Recent tan calf with spine in 6 compartments, raised bands with red and black labels and gilt decorations, simple gold rulings and edge decorations. Spine decorations "aged", presents quite nicely on the shelf. For details and photos please see our website. Near Fine.

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        Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire Illustrated in a Series of Forty-Four Engravings,

      1822. first edition. Scarce, Unrecorded 'Proof' Large Paper Copy With All the Aquatints in Proof StateMagnificently Bound By Bayntun-RiviereFIELDING, T[heodore]. Henry]. Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire Illustrated in a Series of Forty-Four Engravings, Exhibiting the Scenery of the Lakes, Antiquities, and Other Picturesque Objects. London: Printed for Thomas M'Lean, 1822. First edition, large paper copy with proof impressions. Folio ( 16 1/4 x 10 5/8 in; 414 x 270 mm). Unpaginated. Forty-four hand-colored aquatint plates, all proofs before letters on India paper and mounted. Frontispiece and a few other plates lightly foxed or soiled, trimmed. Original glazed black and gold paper, upper wrapper with label laid down and bound in at rear, slightly creased. Mid-to-late twentieth century dark green morocco, gilt by Bayntun Rivière. Covers with two gilt line borders, spine with five raised bands, paneled and lettered in gilt, gilt board edges, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. An outstanding copy. Housed in a green cloth slipcase.Unrecorded issue; not found in Tooley, Abbey, or Prideaux."T.H. Fielding... during a long life, did some of the most attractive work ever produced in aquatint" (Prideaux, p. 11)Cf. Tooley 215. Cf. Abbey, Scenery 194 (colored, plates signed and with imprint); 195 (uncolored proof before letters). Cf. Prideaux p. 335. Cf. Anderson, Book of British Topography, p. 294).

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        Chrysal: or The Adventures of a Guinea, by an Adept

      London: Samuel Richards and Co Printed by H Dean Printer Kingsland 1822 London: Samuel Richards and Co [Printed by H Dean, Printer, Kingsland], 1822. Second Edition. 3 vols., 12mo. 12 hand-colored plates by Burney, Mawson & Read. [As called for in directions to the binder at end of vol. I]. Later boards, paper spines with paper labels. Joints to volumes I and II reinforced, bookplate of previous owner, otherwise a very good, uncut set with the plates clean and bright. Ex libris of George R. Dyer. In a red cloth slipcase with chemises. Tooley 283

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        VOYAGE PITTORESQUE EN SICILE

      Paris: P. Didot, l'Ainé [second volume: Jules Didot Ainé], 1822. FIRST EDITION. One of the Most Beautiful Color-Plate BooksOf Italian Scenes Ever Printed 641 x 495 mm (25 1/4 x 19 1/2"). Lacking the dedication leaf and subscriber list present in the Abbey copy. Two volumes. Edited by Jean Frédéric d'Ostervald. Contemporary red straight-grain morocco, textured paper boards, gilt titling on spine, edges untrimmed. One map (as called for, though the Abbey copy has two), and 92 ACCOMPLISHED AND BEAUTIFULLY HAND-COLORED AQUATINT PLATES OF SICILIAN VIEWS. Abbey "Travel" I, 262; Graesse VI, 400; Brunet V, 1379. Moderate rubbing to joints and elsewhere, covers with some scars, other minor problems externally, but the original bindings entirely solid--and surprisingly so for such an immense book with so many fabulous pictures to look at. Preliminary leaves and text lightly to substantially foxed, a half dozen plates with faint overall browning, one tissue guard missing, the margins of perhaps half the engravings with foxing (usually light, though noticeable in three or four cases in the second volume), but still a very pleasing copy of a beautifully illustrated book, the marginal foxing seldom distracting, and the engraved images themselves clear and clean, afflicted by neither foxing nor the dreaded offsetting from the text. This is an extraordinarily rare copy of one of the most beautiful color-plate travel books having to do with Italy. The large and luminous views of Sicily in our two volumes capture the magic of the island as experienced by the traveller of the early 19th century. Sicily's well-preserved Greek temples are, of course, featured, but port scenes, Medieval churches, picturesque villages, and the interior of Etna's crater are also depicted, all in exquisite color. The engravings, each accompanied by letter press explanations, are of great interest and beauty, and all but one of them are full-blooded tableaux, rather than plans or assemblages of small images. The size of the engraved surface varies on the page, as does the distance of the subject from the viewer: we are treated to everything from wide panoramic views to confining inner spaces. While the colors cannot be called pastel, they are far from garish, with lovely grays typically giving a softness to a scene that often employs subtle shades of yellow, blue, and green. The plates are memorable for their use of light and shadow to give a convincing feeling of three-dimensionality amidst luminous skies, darkened interiors, and a number of other variably lit settings. The book was originally published in 24 parts, and includes an historical précis by Gigault de La Salle giving an overview of events from antiquity to his own time. Abbey calls the work "the most ambitious of the coloured aquatint books edited by J. F. d'Ostervald," who produced a number of works on the picturesque, including two famous oversized editions focusing on regions in France. The book has always commanded a premium price: the unbound sheets were sold at the time of publication for the whopping sum of £34. In his note to the reader, Ostervald tells of his search among the portfolios of the artists of Switzerland, Germany, and England for the perfect materials for this collection. The plates cite the names of the artist and engraver, and Abbey notes that "English artists or engravers were responsible for nearly half" of the plates. Among these was Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-28), the tragically short-lived painter whose romantic works were greatly admired by Delacroix. Abbey estimates that about 500 copies of the book were produced, and comments that the book is "certainly rare, in this country at all events, only three copies being reported at auction in the last fifty years." The rarity of the book has, not surprisingly, increased since Abbey's remark: ABPC lists only three other copies at auction from 1975 to the present--two of them involving one volume only, the other involving both volumes, but with uncolored plates.

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        Ansichten der Freien Hansestadt Lübeck und ihrer Umgebungen. Text- und Tafelband in 2 Bdn. Frankfurt, Wilmans, 1822. X S., 1 Bl. (Verzeichnis der Kupfer), 536 S. Mit 2 gestoch. Titeln u. 16 Kupfertafeln nach Zeichnungen von A. Radl. Gr.-8°. Schöner Hldr. -Bd. d. Zt. m. RSch. und RVerg. u. marmor. Brosch. d. Zt. (Tafelband).

      Engelmann II, 650.- Erste Ausgabe .- Mit den schönen Ansichten von der Trave, Holsten- und Wipperbrücke, Markt-Platz u.a.- Textband stellenweise minimal stockfleckig im weißen Außensteg.- Tafeln jeweils durch Seidenpapier geschützt.- Unbeschnitten.- Meist nur im weißen Außenrand teils leicht stockfleckig.

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        Voyage pittoresque autour de monde, avec portraits de sauvages d'Amérique, d'Asie, d'Afrique, et des iles du Grand Ocean; des paysages; des vues maritimes, et plusieurs objets d'histoire naturelle; Accompagné de Descriptions par M. le Baron Cuvier, et M. A. de Chamisso, et d'Observations sur les crânes humains par M. le Docteur Gall. Paris, de l'imprimerie de Firmin Didot, 1822. Titel, Widmungsblatt, VI S., 17 S., S. 3-20, 10 S., 3 S., 24 S., 22 S., 28 S., 19 S., 6 S., 2 Bll. Mit 1 lithogr. Porträt, 100 (von 104) kolor. lithogr. Tafeln u. 5 Musiknotenkupfer im Text. Fol. Brauner Hldr. d. Zt. m. RVerg.

      Lada-Mocarski 84; Hill 290; Nissen ZBI 881; Sabin 12884; Forbes I; 541; Russica C 654; Howes C 397.- 'One of the very valuable and fundamental works on Alaska, California and the Hawiian Islands' (Lada-Mocarski).- 'One of the most beautiful books of travel existence' (Hill).- Die russische Rurik-Expedition (1815-1818) fand unter dem Kommando von Otto von Kotzebue statt und diente der Erkundung und Entdeckung der Nordwestpassage.- Selten, eines von 50 großen Exemplaren 'printed on large velin paper'.- Ausgabe mit einem Titelblatt (1822) und dem Porträt von Romanzoff.- Mit der Subskribentenliste 'Liste des Personnages qui ont honoré de leur Souscription' und 'Avis au Relieur'.- Die 3 Karten (auf 2 Blättern) fehlen; 3 fehlende Tafeln und 4 fehlende Textseiten durch eingebundene Farbkopien ergänzt, ergänzt wurden die Tafeln von den drei barbusigen Eingeboreninnen 'Femme du groupe...'.- Die fehlende Tafel vom Grizzlybär 'L'Ours gris ...' ist durch eine zeitgenössische Originalzeichnung auf gutem Zeichenpapier der Zeit ergänzt worden - leider konnten wir bis dato nicht den Zeichner ermitteln (Ludwig Choris ?).- Teilweise etwas stockfleckig, wenige minimale hinterlegte Randeinrisse, weißer oberer Innensteg teilweise mit leichtem Feuchtrand.

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        A JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FROM NEW LONDON TO THE SOUTH ATLANTIC IN THE SHIP ANN MARIA. ROBERT B. SMITH, MASTER. JULY 1st 1822 [manuscript title]. [bound with:] A JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE FROM SAG HARBOR TO THE COAST OF PATAGONIA IN THE SHIP MARCUS [manuscript title]

      [Various locations, at sea. 1822-1823, 1827].. 101 leaves. Folio. Contemporary burlap wrapper, crudely stitched. Lightly dampstained at lower edge. Scattered soiling. Quite legible. In a blue cloth slipcase. About very good. The Ann Maria was a Connecticut whaling vessel which was built in Philadelphia in 1810 and became part of the fleet of whaling vessels in New London in 1822. Robert B. Smith was the master on two journeys to the South Atlantic, the first being from 1822- 1824 where the vessel collected 145 barrels of sperm whale oil, 1919 barrels of baleen whale oil, and subsequently from 1826-1828 where the vessel collected 63 barrels of sperm whale oil and 2258 barrels of baleen whale oil. The Ann Maria was lost off of St. Paul's in the Indian Ocean being run down by a French whaler in 1842. The present log records two whaling voyages. The first is on the Ann Maria out of New London and comprises a little over half the volume. The log the standard navigation details such as wind and weather and chores performed for the day, as well as any interesting happenings at sea. When the Ann Maria sights or speaks another ship, for example, that is noted. On July 24, the author notes: "Lowered away a boat and caught a fine turtle for dinner." On Sept. 2, a whale is sighted but not caught: "Latter part saw some hump back whale. Lowered away the boats but could not strike." Luck was with the crew, however, a few days later. The entry for Sept. 11 reads: "Squally weather, the wind from the South and East. Made sail & stood to the south west. Latter part saw one right whale, lowered away the boats, struck and killed it, took it along side & cut it in. The ship Pacific in sight. So ends." By that time they had hit prime whaling grounds, and many of the subsequent entries concern kills or sightings. The second voyage recorded here, written in the same hand, is on the ship Marcus out of Sag Harbor. The firs page contains a list of provisions for the outbound voyage, including thirty barrels of beef and twenty barrels of pork. The Marcus likewise finds good hunting in September, taking several whales. On Sept. 24th: "At 3 PM saw some right whale, lowered away & struck one and the iron [?], struck another & killed her which sank. Plenty of whale in sight." The next day they take a right whale in the evening and cut into it the following day: "Cut in the whale with the loss of the head and lips." An interesting whaling log, containing much information on the whaling activity of the two ships.

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        Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales with an Introductory Compendium of the General Principles of that Science and Comparative Views of the Structure of Foreign Countries: Part 1 (all issued);

      London, William Phillips, 1822.. HARDBACK, new half-calf with marbled boards with gilt lettering on red spine labels, frontispiece - folding geological map, pages: lxi, 470, [iv] - adverts., folding synoptic table, large hand-coloured folding plate of sections, folding plate of mineralogical & chemical apparatus, 128mm x 204mm (5" x 8"), ex-academic library with some small stamps, some occasional light pencilled academic annotation, some light marginal browning (mainly end-papers and first and last pages), otherwise a very fine copy.

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        Aberdeen from the South

      London: Smith & Elder, 1822. Hand-coloured aquatint, by John Clark. 13 3/4 x 20 1/4 inches. 22 1/8 x 28 1/8 inches. An important topographical view of Aberdeen, county town of Aberdeenshire in north east Scotland This view should perhaps be seen as an immediate forerunner of John Clark's own Views in Scotland published in London between 1824 and 1825 with a total of 35 plates. The view is taken from the south bank of the Dee looking across the river to what a contemporary gazetteer calls 'New Aberdeen', the same work notes that the town was situated 'on rising ground, on the north bank of the Dee, near the mouth of the river, and about 1 1/2 miles to the south of the river Dona royal burgh and parish in the county of the same name.' (Fullarton [publishers] A Gazetteer of the World 1856, I, p.12). The population in 1821 was 26,484 and had risen to 35,260 by 1841. The gazetteer notes that New Aberdeen 'is a large and handsome city with spacious streets. Union-street is upwards of a mile in length, and of great beauty. Broad-street... is celebrated as having been the residence of Lord Byron while under his mother's care.' The chief sources of income were from the docks, salmon fishing, machine manufacturing, spinning and weaving of cotton, flax and wool.

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        The New British Domestic Herbal: Or, A Correct Description of British Medicinal Plants: intended for the Use of Families, and for every Purpose of Domestic Medicine; Illustrated by Plates, exhibiting 132 Figures of English Plants accurately coloured according to Nature

      London: For E. Cox and Son, 1822., 1822. First Edition. 8vo.; pp. iv + 408. Recent half calf with black title label and gilt and blind tooling to spine, marbled boards a little dusty; edges untrimmed. With 132 hand coloured figures on 33 plates, one as frontispiece the rest bound at the end of the book. Some light foxing. Very good indeed. John Augustine Waller was a surgeon assigned to the naval hospital in Barbados in 1807 and later to a war vessel cruising through the islands. He spent about four years in Caribbean service and became thoroughly familiar with colonial society. He wrote 'A Voyage to the West Indies' (1820) where he describes the places, native life and much of his day to day ordeals. He also translated 'Orfila Traite des Poisons' and was the author of 'A Treatise on the Incubus'.

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        THE WORKS Complete in 36 Volumes. Cosisting of HISTORICAL ROMANCES (6 Vols.); NOVELS AND ROMANCES (7 vols.); PORTRAITS OF THE NOVELS, TALES AND ROMANCES (1 vol.); POETICAL WORKS (10 Vols.); NOVELS AND TALES (12 Vols.)

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable, 1822. 1822-1825. A magnificent 36 volume set uniformly bound in contemporary full red morroco. (The Historical Romances 6 Vols., 1822.; Novels and Romances 7 Vols., 1824.; Portraits af The Novels, Tales and Romances 1 Vol., 1824; Poetical Works 10 Vols., 1825; Novels and Tales 12 Vols. 1822). Engraved title pages and plates, - Proofs on India Paper to the Portraits and Poetical Works vols.; The Portraits volume consists of 32 portraits on India Paper, engraved title page also on India Paper and two rather fine etchings of Abbotsford - the seat of Sir Walter Scott - see note at end regarding the portrait volume. Royal 8vo- leaf size 210 x 130mm with generous margins). Gilt stamped lettering and decoration to the spines, gilt ruled borders to the borders with extensive inner dentelles. All edges extravagantly gilt. Bindings generally very good, a little rubbed more so to joints and edges, but all very strong, a few volumes with small scuff marks and the odd knocked corners, spines slightly faded. Contents good and tight, engraved title pages and plates with some foxing - to a greater or lesser extent, those on India paper are generally less foxed, the letterpress pages mostly clean with just occasional spotting. A handsome set, of what is a very early collection of Scott's works. (Note regarding the portrait volume - contents page reads "Illustrations of the Novels and Tales of the Author of Waverley. A SERIES OF PORTRAITS OF EMINENT HISTORICAL CHARACTERS introduced in those works, Accompanied with Biographical Notices. The portraits are engraved in the most highly finished manner by Mr. Robert Cooper, from Drawings made expressly for the work by Messrs, Thurston, Unwins, and Watson, after the most authentic originals. The work is complete in eight parts, each part containing four portraits and lives. For the convenience of binding them as a separate volume, an Engraved Title from an original design by Mr. George Cruikshank is given in the eighth number..." Following this is a pricing schedule. It is interesting to note that Proofs on India paper are one of the most expensive formats, which underlines the quality of this set.). Reprints. Full Leather. Very Good. Royal 8vo.

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        The Canterbury Tales

      London: Pickering, 1822. Five octavo volumes. vi, lx, 284pp.; (vi), 354pp.; (vi), 291pp.; (vi), 344pp.; x, 300pp. Includes engraved portrait of the author and an illustration of the pilgrimage. An early work by Pickering, considered his "first entirely characteristic production." After producing several fine miniature books as his first publishing effort and establishing his career with two small books, Pickering's ideas and ambitions grew. Cautious of risk, the Canterbury Tales were produced with the assistance of publishers Richard and Septimus Prowett, but Keynes notes that "the inspiration responsible for the book is unmistakable." This edition of Chaucer's tales, which formed the foundation of English literature, was edited by the poet and scholar Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt. A handsome set in later purple-crushed morocco binding by Bayntun, with gilt filigree work on the front and back panels, gilt panels and lettering on the spines, raised bands, gilt turn-ins, and marbled endpapers. A.e.g. Bookplate in each volume. Slight rubbing to hinges of volume I, else fine. Housed in fleece-lined, blue cloth slipcase.

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        The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer; With an Essay Upon His Language and Versification, an Introductory Discourse, Notes, and a Glossary, by T. Tyrwhitt, Esq. (5 Volume Set)

      London: W. Pickering. Very Good+. 1822. Hardcover. A Very Good Plus condition five volume set bound in beautiful tan leather with gilt decoration, raised bands and colored spine labels. Marbled endpapers. Corners and Edges rubbed. From the library of F. A. Coleman. Bookplates in each volume. Volume One has some Chaucer newsprints glued in. See Image. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Prose e versi [..]. prima edizione. milano, per giovanni silvestri, 1822.

      In-16° (cm. 14,8), legatura di poco successiva in m. pelle con titolo e filetti in oro al dorso (stanca e con lievi usure), tagli spruzzati; pp. XI, [1 b.], 237, [1 b.]; [2], VIII, 119, [1]; 148; con 1 tavola di ritratto in rame f.t. inciso da Boggi; fioriture sparse. Edizione originale pubblicata nella Biblioteca Scelta al vol. 118. Cfr. Acchiappati 111. Buon esemplare.

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        The Tatler; A New Edition, carefully Revised. ..with Prefaces Historical and Biographical by Alexander Chalmers

      London, 1822. 4 vols., 8vo. . Bound in full polished tan contemporary calf, gilt spine. Fine

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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

      London: Jones and Co.. 1822. Later edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 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.

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        In the King's Bench : between Thomas Redford, Plaintiff, and Hugh Hornby Birley, Alexander Oliver, Richard Withington and Edward Meagher, Defendants, for an Assault on the 11th of August 1819 : Report of the Proceedings on the Trial of This Cause . ...at Lancaster on Thursday the 4th, Friday the 5th, Saturday the 6th, Monday the 8th, and Tuesday the 9th Days of April 1822; before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a Special Jury

      Manchester : Printed By C. Wheeler And Son, Chronicle Office; Sold By Messrs Clarke; Thomson; Bancks And Co. ; Sowler; Robinson And Ellis; Richardsons, & C. ; Sold In London By Murray ..., [1822?], 1822. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : [2], xx, 632 p, [2] leaves of plates : map, folding plan ; 23 cm. Subjects; Trials (Assault and battery) - England. Peterloo Massacre, Manchester, England, 1819. Greater Manchester - History - 19th century. Half title: Report of the proceedings in the cause Redford v. Birley and others. Very good copy in the original paper-labeled boards. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Promenade autour du monde, pendant les annees 1817, 1818, 1819 et 1820, sur les corvettes du Roi L´Uranie et la Physicinne, commandees par M. Freycinet [Atlas only]

      The atlas by the official artist to Freycinet´s expedition to the Pacific. 1822. Paris. Leblanc. In folio (365 mm x 275 mm). 2 ff. + 25 lithographed plates & a map of the expedition. Unbound. Handsome copy, entirely uncut, one plate with unobtrusive tear, else a very clean and crisp copy.First edition. A splendid atlas made by the official artist of the expedition, narrating a French scientific expedition to the Pacific under Captain Freycinet. Freycinet´s was the first post-Napoleonic French circumnavigation; the expedition took them to Hawai, Maui, Australia, Brazil (particularly Rio de Janeiro) and went through Timor, Mironesia, Malouines, Guam, the Mariana´s, and other numerous places. Arago (1790 ? 1855) was a remarkable artist and literate; in 1817-1820 he joined Freycinet´s scientific expedition in the quality of official draughtsman; the expedition began onboard of the Corvette L´Uranie, this vessel would wreck and a new one would be bought and re-christened Physicienne. The drawings produced by Arago during this period are to be regarded as the most realistic renditions of native peoples and scenery of the regions visited.Borba de Moraes I, 44. Ferguson, 850. Sabin 1867.

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        Promenade Autour du Monde, Pendant les Annees 1817, 1818, 1819 et 1820, sur les Corvettes du Roi l'Uranie et la Physicienne Commandees par M. Freycinet. [Narrative of a Voyage Round the World in the Uranie and Physicienne Corvettes Commanded

      Paris: Leblanc, 1822. ....By Captain Freycinet, During the Years 1817, 1818, 1819, 1nd 1820; on a Scientific Expedition Undertaken By Order of the French Government, in a Series of Letters] .... With a Note signed in the Original by Arago. Octavo, 2 volumes & Folio Atlas. xxx; [iv], 452; 506 pages. Atlas with a world map and 25 other lithograph plates. Handsomely bound in period style maroon straight-grained morocco over marbled boards, gilt tooling to spines, text housed in a matching slip case. Text mildly foxed, otherwise a very good set. With an Autographed Note Signed in the original by Arago tipped to the inside of the Atlas volume. "The Uranie, with a crew of 125 men under the command of Captain Louis de Freycinet, entered the Pacific from the West to make scientific observations on geography, magnetism, and meteorology. Arago was the artist of the expedition, which visited Western Australia, Timor, Hawaii, and New South Wales. The original ship was wrecked off the Falkland Islands. Two months later the expedition continued aboard the Physicienne, which stopped for a time at Rio de Janeiro. Captain Freycinet's wife, Rose Pinon, was smuggled on board at the advent of the voyage and made the complete journey, causing some discord among the crew. Freycinet named an island he discovered after her - Rose Island among the Samoa islands. These entertaining letters, written in a lively and witty literary style, provide vivid descriptions of the topography and the inhabitants of the Pacific Islands. The book achieved great success" (Hill 28-9). "The Hawaiian portion of the text, contained on more than 150 pages, records impressions of the artist's stops on Hawaii, Maui, and Oahu. Extensive portions of the text also record the Arago impressions of Australia, Guam, and the Marianas Islands. The artist's main interest (as reflected by the plate subjects) are of peoples encountered. Several of the plates record somewhat gruesome aspects of Hawaiian culture" (Forbes 537); Ferguson 850; Sabin 1867. . Signed. First Edition.

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        THE DUPLICATE LETTERS, THE FISHERIES AND THE MISSISSIPPI. DOCUMENTS RELATING TO TRANSACTIONS AT THE NEGOTIATION OF GHENT

      Washington: Printed by Davis and Force, 1822.. 256,3pp. Contemporary three-quarter calf and marbled boards, gilt morocco label (half chipped away). Boards rubbed, spine chipped and worn, front board nearly detached. Text tanned and foxed. Good. In a folding leather box, gilt morocco spine labels. A wonderful association copy, connecting John Quincy Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson was America's first Secretary of State and, as the country's third president, concluded the Louisiana Purchase, a diplomatic coup of the first order. John Quincy Adams, arguably America's greatest diplomatic mind, was Secretary of State from 1817 to 1825, before going on to serve as president himself, from 1825 to 1829. This book is Adams' examination of the role he played in the negotiation of the Treaty of Ghent, which resolved the War of 1812, a conflict with roots in Thomas Jefferson's presidency. This volume was in Jefferson's final library (formed between selling his second collection to the Library of Congress in 1815 and his death in 1826), and was sold at the dispersal of those books in 1829, where it was bought by a Virginia lawyer and acquaintance of Jefferson, John Peyton. John Quincy Adams compiled the documents which make up this book while he was Secretary of State, two years before he was elected President. In 1822, Adams faced mounting criticism surrounding his actions in 1814, when he was among the American negotiators who concluded the Treaty of Ghent. Adams responded with this volume, in which he brings together the correspondence and reports of the negotiations he conducted with the British to resolve the War of 1812. As ever, Adams was very sensitive to criticism, and this exhaustively defends his work. British depredations against American shipping and the American Navy (including the impressment of sailors) were constant pre-occupations of Thomas Jefferson's presidency, and they were among the root causes of the War of 1812 (prosecuted by Jefferson's successor, James Madison). Jefferson was also passionately concerned about American access to the Mississippi River, and this desire was one of his major motivations in concluding the Louisiana Purchase, the outstanding achievement of his presidency. That subject is also discussed in this book, making it of even greater interest to Jefferson. On October 11, 1822, Adams wrote to Thomas Jefferson presenting him with this copy of his book. Adams wrote: "Dear Sir, I have taken the liberty of transmitting to you a pamphlet which I have felt a necessity of giving to the public. So far as it involves a mere personal controversy I should not have thought it worthy of being presented to you. [?] much of it I would request of you the favour to overlook. Nor after the recent manifestation of the public sentiment on this subject would this collection of documents have appeared, but for the questions of general interest to the Union implicated in the discussion, and which as affecting the welfare of our country, I know can never be objects of indifference to you. It is from this motive that I am induced to ask your acceptance of the volume, and avail myself of the occasion to renew the tender of my sincere veneration." Jefferson responded to Adams with a letter from Monticello dated October 23. He returned "his thanks to Mr. Adams for the copy of the Ghent Documents which he has been so kind as to send him. So far as concerns Mr. Adams personally, the respect and esteem of the public for him was too firmly and justly fixed to need this appeal to them. But the volume is a valuable gift to his fellow citizens generally, and especially to the future historian whom it will enable to give correct ideas of the views of that treaty and to do justice to the abilities with which it was negotiated. He begs leave to salute Mr. Adams with assurances of his highest esteem and respect." Books from Jefferson's library are usually identifiable by Jefferson's method of putting a manuscript "T" before the "I" signature mark in a gathering (the letter "J" not being commonly used), and a "J" following the "T" signature mark. The present book is not signed in letters, but in numbers, and so Jefferson has written his "T" before the signature numbered "1", as was his custom in such volumes. This book was lot 691 in Nathaniel P. Poor's catalogue of Thomas Jefferson's library, sold at auction in Washington commencing February 27, 1829. It was purchased at that sale by John H. Peyton, whose ownership signature is on the front pastedown. John Howe Peyton (1778-1847) was born in Virginia, attended the College of New Jersey (now Princeton), and practiced law in his native state. He was a correspondent of Thomas Jefferson's, and served in the Virginia House of Delegates and from 1839 to 1845 in the State Senate. Peyton also bought the preceding lot in the Jefferson library sale, (the REPORT OF THE CONVENTION OF NEW YORK, lot 690 in the Poor sale), and he probably bought others. Peyton's provenance, and Jefferson's characteristic mark, firmly establish this as the copy Adams gave Jefferson, and the one that was on Jefferson's shelves in his final library when he died. An outstanding association copy, linking two of America's most bibliophilic presidents to a book whose subject was of great personal and political interest to them both. SABIN 276. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 7740.

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        The Complete Angler, or Contemplative Man's Recreation -

      London: Printed for James Smith 1822 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's copy f, but compares to copy b

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        Microcosm; or a Picturesque Delineation of the Arts, Agriculture, Manufactures, &c of Great Britain, in a Series of above a Thosand Groups og Figures for the Embellishment of Landscape: Comprising the most interesting Subjects i Rural and Domestic Scenery... To which are added Explanation of the Plates, and Essays relating to their various Subjects by C.Gray. 2 vols.

      London, R.Ackermann, (1822-24). Folio oblong. Bound in one fine hmorocco, raised bands and gilt back. Uncut. 30,36 pp. and 120 fine aquatint-plates (drawn and etched by W.H.Pyne, 23 x 30 cm.). Marginally brownspotted. - Importent sourcework for information of pre-industrial techniques.. First Ackermann-edition of William Pyne's splendid and beautiful collection of 120 plates presenting a detailed and romantic survey of the British nation at work in the markets, fields, industry ect. Pyne himself described his work as "a national work... a monument in the rustic style". The book served also as a source book for aspiring artists, and copies of Pyne's pictures were to be found all over 19th century Europe. The ideological background for Pyne's work is to be found in the wake of the French Revolution. After 1789, the urban bourgeoisie feared revolution, therefore they increasingly looked to the countryside to provide a model of a fair and stable society. "Their desire was articulated in the form of increasingly available artistic and literary representations of the organic, rural community. [...] The discourse of art reworked reality to fit the nascent ideology. Books like William Pyne's Microcosm provided around 600 studies of working, and therefore industrious peasants. He created a generic labouring peasantry for landscape artists, which was not only picturesque, cheerful and hardworking, but also safe - remote from the provincial and urban middle classes." (Sayer. Women of the fields: representations of rural women in the nineteenth century, p. 18).Rudolph Ackermann, a close friend of Pyne, was a leading publisher of illustrated books in the early 19th century Britain, a period which is often referred to as 'the golden age' of hand-coloured aquatint plates

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        Portrait photograph signed by Pasteur

      No Dust Jacket. Pasteur, Louis (1822-95). Signed portrait photograph of Pasteur in middle age, by A[lphonse] Li?rt (1827-1914). Paris, n.d. (1879 or later). 93 x 62 mm., mounted on printed card measuring 106 x 64 mm. Pasteur's signature ("L. Pasteur") at the foot of the card. Very fine. Excellent signed photograph of Pasteur. Signed photographs of Pasteur are very rare. Photographs that are advertised as signed often contain printed signatures. This is the first authentic autographed photograph of Pasteur that we have handled in forty years. The verso of the mount is printed with an advertisement for Li?rt's "Photographie faite la nuit"; i.e. photographs taken with artificial electric light. Li?rt began advertising this service in 1879. He spent some time in the American West. See Palmquist and Kailbourn, Pioneer Photographers of the Far West [2000], pp. 369-370).

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        The Poems of Ossian, Translated by... Authenticated, Illustrated and Explained by Hugh Campbell.

      London: Sir Richard Phillips 1822.. Two volumes bound in one, 12mo, lxxxiv, 309, (1, iv), 391, (1) pp. Frontispieces and one further plate plus a partly hand coloured map of the Kingdom of Connor showing the south-west coast of Scotland and part of Northern Ireland, later bookplate. Contemporary half sheep, extremities worn and spine slightly cracked. A scarce edition of Macpherson's controversial poems, in his lifetime ridiculed as forgeries while he adamantly claimed them as originals. The truth seems to be between these extremes; that Macpherson did indeed collect a wealth of oral verse from his trips to the Highlands, and on his return edit and expand it for publication.

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        The Correspondence and Documents Relating to the Proposals for Five Millions of Five Per Cent Stock of the United States created under the Act of Congress of the 3d of March, 1821

      Clark & Raser Printers Philadelphia: Clark & Raser, Printers. 1822. First. First edition. Unprinted stitched wrappers. 20pp. Modest wear to the extremities, very good or better. Correspondence related to the loan, with letters from Monroe, Crawford, Biddle, etc. Ownership signature of Samuel Eddy ("Sam'l Eddy") on title page. Eddy was Congressman from Rhode Island from 1819 until 1825, and later Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. OCLC locates eleven copies, none west of the Mississippi. .

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        Twenty Four Subjects Exhibiting the Costume of Paris

      1822. first edition. A Tall Copy and RareWith the Lithographic Title-Page[CHALON, John James, illustrator]. Twenty Four Subjects Exhibiting the Costume of Paris, The Incidents taken from Nature, Designed and Drawn on Stone by J.J. Chalon. London: Published by Rodwell and Martin, 1822.First edition. Large folio (17 5/16 x 12 inches; 440 x 305 mm.). Lithographed title and twenty-four hand-colored lithographed plates. Plates printed by C. Hullmandel. The text is watermarked 1821 and the plates are watermarked J. Whatman 1817-1822.Contemporary black pebble-grain cloth expertly re-backed, re-cornered, and re-labled in black straight grain morocco to early nineteenth century style. With the contemporary bookplate of Laurence Currie. The twelfth plate “La Loueuse de Chaises” has a very small marginal paper flaw which is outside of the plate mark. Otherwise a most attractive, remarkably clean and vivid copy.The plates are captioned: “La Marchande de Tisanne;” “Les Bonnes;” “La Petite Fruitiere;” “La Dame du Café;” “Le Café;” “Les Tondeuses de Chiens;” “Les Brodeuses;” “L’Escamoteur;” “La Porte Cochère;” “Le Journal des Débats;” “Le Restaurant;” “La Loueuse de Chaises;” “Une Matinée aux Thuilleries;” “Le Marchand de Brioches;” “Le Porteur d’Eau;” “Le Petit Décrotteur;” “Le Marche aux Fleurs;” “La Prise de Tabac;” “Les Adieux;” “Les Dames de la Halle;” “Le Cimetiere du Pere la Chaise;” “Les Dames Artistes;” “La Charette du Blanchisseur;” and “La Marchande de Modes.”“According to Beraldi (XII, 232) this ‘very curious and rare album’ appeared as a small quarto in London. These plates, which are large folio in size, may represent a French issue of the work, though the English edition had captions in French. Jean-Jacques Chalon was a French artist born in Switzerland who eventually settled in England. His designs are by no means mere costume plates. Instead they are animated and faithful studies of Parisian manners and costumes in the years 1820 to 1822. There is hardly a touch of caricature, though the profiles of his personages have a family likeness which suggests a domesticated Girodet” (Ray)."Published in four parts. The plates show people of various occupations, shoeblacks, venders, politicians, and general scenes, etc" (Hiler).This copy is unusually tall: Abbey's copy measured 15 x 11 1/4 inches uncut, and lacked the lithographed title-page, as did Sadleir's (though Sadleir's copy was slightly larger than the copy under notice).Only three copies with the lithographed title-page have come to auction within last 31 years. Five copies only located in KVK/OCLC but the presence of the title page is not noted. Quite rare.Abbey, Travel, 108. Colas 588. Hiler, p. 156. Lipperheide 1185. Ray, The Art of the French Illustrated Book, 124.

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        A Treatise of the Law of Arbitration; with an Appendix of Precedents. First American Edition, Improved by a Copious Digested Index of American Decisions. Cohen 9098

      First edition of the first work on arbitration law published in this country which contained comprehensive notes of American decisions, praised by Holdsworth ("a good summary") and the first of "the first modern textbooks for lawyers" on the subject. Original sheep, quite rubbed and scraped, some light pencil notations and light foxing, yet a crisp usable copy. Published by George Lamson. J.J. Williams, Printer, Exeter, 1822.

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

      G. F. Cruchley 349 Oxford Street. London:: G. F. Cruchley, 349 Oxford Street.. 1822.. Unfolded: 38-5/8" x 26-1/4"; Folded in Portfolio: 7-3/4" x 5-1/4". Second Edition [stated]. A dissected, very detailed 25-panel, hand-colored in outline, linen-backed map. Title set in border top-right. Scale: 1" = 10.91 miles.. Housed in the publisher's original green paste-paper slipcase, with printed paper title label to one side ["CRUCHLEY'S NEW MAP Of ENGLAND And WALES ..."]. Matching green paper backing to 2 outer panels of folded map.. A VG+ map in a similar case.. 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.

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        Herbarium pharmaceuticum eller Afbildninger af Professorernes Herholdts og Schumachers Fortegnelse over de officielle Lægemidler af Planteriget, som voxe vildt, eller kunne dyrkes i de danske Stater.

      Kbhvn. 1822 - 1825. 9 hefter. (2)+142+(2) p. + 141 håndkolorerede kobbere visende danske medicinske planter. Indbd. i 3 samt. hlvldrbd. med de originale bogtrykte smudsomslag, der også oplyser om hvert enkelt heftes indhold.9 parts. Copenhagen 1825. With 141 handcoloured copperengravings showing medical plants. Bound in 3 contp. halfleatherbindings with the orig. bookprinted covers, which also inform the contents of each vol.. Forfatteren, en broder til Kamma Rahbek og fru Oehlenschläger var oprindelig skuespiller, men da han i 1817 forlod teatret, tog han sig for at udgive naturvidenskabelige værker som dette. One of the very few and rare Danish colourplate books

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        The Tatler; A New Edition, carefully Revised. ..with Prefaces Historical and Biographical by Alexander Chalmers

      London 1822 London, 1822. 4 vols., 8vo. . Bound in full polished tan contemporary calf, gilt spine. Fine

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        Sylva Britannica; or, Portraits of Forest Trees distinguished for their Antiquity, Magnitude, or Beauty. Drawn from Nature and Etched by ... Strutt

      London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, published by J.G. Strutt and Colnaghi & Co, [1822-] 1826. Folio. (20 7/8 x 14 1/4 inches). 3pp. list of subscribers. Etched frontispiece and 49 etched plates, all proofs on India paper. Contemporary dark green half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt in six compartments with wide semi-raised bands, the bands highlighted with fillets and a decorative roll, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, the others with elaborate overall repeat decoration made up from small tools, cream glazed endpapers, gilt edges. Deluxe India paper proof issue of the first edition of this charming work, offering portraits of individual great trees Strutt was a landscape painter and etcher by training rather than a botanical draughtsman. He therefore approached his subjects with an artist's eye to structure and composition that lends an extra dimension to the finished images. The images are not only botanically accurate representations of individual trees, but also beautifully composed pictures of landscapes. The focus of each plate is the chosen tree or trees but they are always clearly rooted in the scenery that surrounds them, and are seen by Strutt as what they are: a point of focus, but still part of the larger landscape. Each plate is complemented by the lively and informative text, which generally gives details of the known history of each tree as well as recording its girth, height, spread and cubic footage of timber. From 1822 to 1833, Strutt's artistic and literary output was focused on trees and forest landscape. The first edition of the present work was published in 1826. Strutt later exhibited various studies of forest scenery in galleries, and from 1828 to 1833 he published Deliciae Sylvarum; or Grand romantic forest scenery in England and Scotland. Strutt subsequently moved to Rome where he concentrated on landscapes of Italian scenery. BM (NH) V, p.2038; Bradley Bibliography I 296; Harvard,Catalogue of the Library of the Arnold Arboretum p.671; Lowndes III, p.2534; Nissen BBI 1907; Pritzel 9016.

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        Letters Concerning the Northern Coast of the County of Antrim Containing such circumstances as appear worthy of notice respecting the Antiquities, Manners and Customs of that County. Together with the natural history of the Basalts,

      Belfast: Printed for Simms and McIntyre 1822.. 18 by 11 cms. 265 pp. 1 folding map, plus 6 full page engraved views in the text, frontispiece portrait not present. In two parts, the first covering Manners, Customs, Antiquities and observations relating to its natural history, the second on the Minerological history, the basaltic fossils and a view of the Volcanic theory of the Basaltes, to these is added an introductory memoir of the author, and "an Itinerary from Belfast to the Giants Causeway, coastways, and returning by Coleraine &c, also a Guide to the Causeway. "The itinerary has it's own title page and was published by the same publishers. In its original boards with original spine label, as issued. Boards a little rubbed and scuffed, corners bumped, label a little faded, a small tear in the hinge of the bottom of the spine and a small tear in the hinge a little above. Internally a very tight, generally clean copy, a few small old pencil annotations, some light discolouration to plates, as usual. This book is scarce in its original boards. This is an important book on Irish geology. The author was sadly murdered at the age of 40.

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        Account of an assemblage of Fossil Teeth and Bones of Elephant, Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Bear, Tiger, and Hyaena, and sixteen other animals; discovered in a cave at Kirkdale, Yorkshire, in the year 1821:

      [title continues] with a comparative view of five similar caverns in various parts of England, and others on the Continent. First Edition, extracted from The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol. 112, pp.171-236 with general title-page to the volume, disbound, large quarto, very good copy, complete with 12 fine engraved plates (these with small and neat embossed unlinked library name and early inked stamp on verso), London, [The Royal Society], 1822. * William Buckland (1784 - 1856), English geologist, palaeontologist. "He wrote the first full account of a fossil dinosaur, which he named Megalosaurus. His work proving that Kirkdale Cave had been a prehistoric hyaena den, for which he was awarded the Copley Medal, was widely praised as an example of how detailed scientific analysis could be used to understand geohistory by reconstructing events from deep time. He was a pioneer in the use of fossilized feces, for which he coined the term coprolites, to reconstruct ancient ecosystems. Buckland was a proponent of the Gap Theory that interpreted the biblical account of Genesis as referring to two separate episodes of creation separated by a lengthy period; it emerged in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as a way to reconcile the scriptural account with discoveries in geology that suggested the earth was very old. Early in his career he believed that he had found geologic evidence of the biblical flood, but later became convinced that the glaciation theory of Louis Agassiz provided a better explanation, and he played an important role in promoting that theory in Great Britain… From his investigations of fossil bones at Kirkdale Cave, in Yorkshire, he concluded that the cave had actually been inhabited by hyaenas in antediluvian times, and that the fossils were the remains of these hyaenas and the animals they had eaten, rather than being remains of animals that had perished in the Flood and then carried from the tropics by the surging waters, as he and others had at first thought. In 1822 he wrote: "It must already appear probable, from the facts above described, particularly from the comminuted state and apparently gnawed condition of the bones, that the cave in Kirkdale was, during a long succession of years, inhabited as a den of hyaenas, and that they dragged into its recesses the other animal bodies whose remains are found mixed indiscriminately with their own: this conjecture is rendered almost certain by the discovery I made, of many small balls of the solid calcareous excrement of an animal that had fed on bones... It was at first sight recognized by the keeper of the Menagerie at Exter Change, as resembling, in both form and appearance, the faeces of the spotted or cape hyaena, which he stated to be greedy of bones beyond all other beasts in his care." While criticized by some, Buckland's analysis of Kirkland Cave and other bone caves was widely seen as a model for how careful analysis could be used to reconstruct the Earth's past, and the Royal Society awarded Buckland the Copley Medal in 1822 for his paper on Kirkdale Cave. At the presentation the society's president, Humphry Davy, said: "by these inquiries, a distinct epoch has, as it were, been established in the history of the revolutions of our globe: a point fixed from which our researches may be pursued through the immensity of ages, and the records of animate nature, as it were, carried back to the time of the creation.""

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        An Inquiry into the Present State of the Statute and Criminal Law of England

      The rare work written by a Lincoln's Inn barrister, expanding upon his influential rebuttal of the Report from the Select Committee on Criminal Laws, amounting (in Radzinowicz's words) to what "may well be called the 'Counter-Report'". Contemporary 3/4 calf over marbled boards, rebacked, a trifle worn, but well-preserved; three copies in OCLC, none in North America. John Murray, Albemarle Street, London, 1822.

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        Storia Naturale delle Scimie e dei Maki. Dispositsa con Ordine da P. Hugues, dietro le scoperte dei piu rinomati Naturalisti; Dedicato a S.A. il Principe Eugenio di Reuharnais. (2 Parts).

      Milano, P. Hugues, 1822. Folio. 48x32,5 cm. Bound in one cont. hcalf, richly gilt back and title-label with gilt lettering. (Title-label a little torn). Lightly rubbed along edges and spine ends, but good. Engraved ornamental title-page (printed in brown). 6 engraved leaves with text and 4 plates with descendt-line, skeletons etc., 17 printed leaves of text, 25 engraved leaves with text (Indices and text). And in all 89 fine stipple-engraved plates (4 separately numb. + I-LXX + I-XV). Plates with engraved frame and at bottom engraved text in Italian.A large uncut copy with broad margins. Scattered marginal brownspots, a few tears to margins, images clean and bright.. Scarce title-issue of this important, and perhaps the largest, monograph on primates, apes and monkeys from the 19th century by the French painter Nicholas Henri Jacob. The original issue was published in 2 parts 1812-14. This title-issue has a reset title-page, a new dedication and the text beneath the image is in Italian. The illustrations in these splendid stipple-engravings are the same.The plates depict apes, monkeys and lemurs from the Old World and The New World in 5 Classes: 1. Genere; Orang; Pithecus. 2. Genere. Babbuino. 3. genere. Guenone; Cercopithecus. 4. Genere. Sapajù; Cebus. 5. genere. Sapajù-Sagoino; Callithrix.- Part II: Famiglia. I Maki; Lemures.Wood p. 402. - BMC (NH) II:916 (but with the year 1823 "This is the same as the original from 1812, except in the setting of the title-page, of the dedication, and of the translations of the introduction." - Nissen. 2080

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        Ansichten der freien Hansestadt Bremen und ihrer Umgebung.

      Mit 16 Kupfern. Frankfurt, Friedrich Wilmans, 1822. 8vo. Engr. extra title,+ XXIV,+ 648 pp.+ 16 engr. plates. Contemporary marbled paper boards, printed paper label. From the library of Ericsberg, with the book plate of Carl Jedvard Bonde and signature of Carl Carlsson Bonde. Carlander III, 564ff. Complete and very clean copy of this rare description of Bremen

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        Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica [Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy ]

      Ex Prelo Academico Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan Glasguae (Glasgow): Ex Prelo Academico, Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan, 1822. First Printing. Full-Leather. 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. The 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).Recently rebound 4 volumes in 2. Complete. Collation matches that of Gray (17) with 2 exceptions, both of which were errors on Gray's part: Gray incorrectly notes a last page of 430 (instead of 431) for Volume 1, and also incorrectly notes Volume III prelims as xxi instead of xxxvi which is correct. Both of these are correctly noted in Wallis (17) and Babson (32). Complete. Short closed tear at the base of page 202, volume 4.Recent tan calf with spine in 6 compartments, raised bands with red and black labels and gilt decorations, simple gold rulings and edge decorations. Spine decorations "aged", presents quite nicely on the shelf. For details and photos please see our website. Near Fine.

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        Ledger for a New York Merchant, 1819 - 1828

      Hardcover. Very good. An un-named merchant, with a full clientele of individuals, with the usual entries for purchases of sugar, tea, rum, shrub, tobacco, bitters, flour, and nautical supplies for boats including sails and tack. Most interesting are the multiple entries for Daggett & Kensett. Our merchant appears to act as a bank & supplier for them, and supply ships in the US Navy. Payment of cash & occasionally supplies appear on the left side of the ledger, with long lists of US Navy ships & Captains on the right side of the ledger, with payments. Amongst the provisions supplied to Daggett & Kensett are Cash for Tin $53.63 1822, and 1823 Sept. 13, 12 barrels vinegar. They had developed a process for canning seafood (salmon, oysters and lobsters), in 1819, and in 1825, Ezra Daggett and Thomas Kensett of New York City were granted the first U.S. patent for food storage in cans. An April 3rd 1823 entry reads "Apl 3rd 1823 to Nov. 30th 1824 provisions sold US Navy received by US Navy received by Dept .... $4350.30." The merchant had a good business, with deposits at the Franklin Bank, Bank of America & Bank of the United States, at times over $12,000. Other clients included the Brig Comet, Alfred Churchill, Sloop Eagle, Alexander M. Hamilton, Capt. Wm. Bunnell, Asaph Hall, Chatham 1823, possibly the father of Asaph Hall (October 15, 1829 - November 22, 1907) the American astronomer who discovered the moons of Mars in 1877. Book binder ticket, Sold by C. Brown, Stationer & Binder, No. 348 Water-street, New-York. 4to ledger, about 1" thick, from 1819 to 1828. Front board detached, binding worn, as can be expected. At times, he also seemed to act as a local prison, with accounts like the following: 1828 State Prison Sale Brigh Splendia Gains Brigh Franklin Norcott Brigh, Palmer, Conklin, Brigh Enterprize Tryon Ships & captains listed include Capt. Williams, Ships London Trader, Capt. Cartwright, Ship Columbia, Ship Franklin, Brig Emily, Capt Gifford, Ship Liverpool, Brig Magnet, Capt. Gordon, Ship Hercules, Ship Monroe, Brig Georgiana Davis, Ship Corinthian, Ship Morrisson, Ship Manhattan, Ship Hannibal, London Trader, Howard, Meteor, Midas, Lewis, Paris and many others.

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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

      London: printed by Howlett & Brimmer for J. C. Stadler, sold by Boydell & Co., Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, [etc.], [1822] [text watermarked 1821- 1822; plates 1822]. Folio. (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. 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

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        Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire Illustrated in a Series of Forty-Four Engravings,

      1822. first edition. Scarce, Unrecorded 'Proof' Large Paper Copy With All the Aquatints in Proof StateMagnificently Bound By Bayntun-RiviereFIELDING, T[heodore]. Henry]. Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire Illustrated in a Series of Forty-Four Engravings, Exhibiting the Scenery of the Lakes, Antiquities, and Other Picturesque Objects. London: Printed for Thomas M'Lean, 1822. First edition, large paper copy with proof impressions. Folio ( 16 1/4 x 10 5/8 in; 414 x 270 mm). Unpaginated. Forty-four hand-colored aquatint plates, all proofs before letters on India paper and mounted. Frontispiece and a few other plates lightly foxed or soiled, trimmed. Original glazed black and gold paper, upper wrapper with label laid down and bound in at rear, slightly creased. Mid-to-late twentieth century dark green morocco, gilt by Bayntun Rivière. Covers with two gilt line borders, spine with five raised bands, paneled and lettered in gilt, gilt board edges, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. An outstanding copy. Housed in a green cloth slipcase.Unrecorded issue; not found in Tooley, Abbey, or Prideaux."T.H. Fielding... during a long life, did some of the most attractive work ever produced in aquatint" (Prideaux, p. 11)Cf. Tooley 215. Cf. Abbey, Scenery 194 (colored, plates signed and with imprint); 195 (uncolored proof before letters). Cf. Prideaux p. 335. Cf. Anderson, Book of British Topography, p. 294).

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