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        The Works of John Locke

      Thomas Tegg et al., London 1823 - Leather hardcovers with gilt line to the margin. Spines of the books have all been renovated, titles reguilded. Minor foxing throughout, minor dust toning. 10Volumes John Locke - English philosopher whose works lie at the foundation of modern philosophical empiricism and political liberalism. He was an inspirer of both the European Enlightenment and the Constitution of the United States. His philosophical thinking was close to that of the founders of modern science, especially Robert Boyle, Sir Isaac Newton, and other members of the Royal Society. His political thought was grounded in the notion of a social contract between citizens and in the importance of toleration, especially in matters of religion. Much of what he advocated in the realm of politics was accepted in England after the Glorious Revolution of 1688¿89 and in the United States after the country¿s declaration of independence in 1776. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, Performed in the Years 1819 and '20, by Order of the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, Sec'y of War: Under the Command of Major Stephen H. Long.

      Philadelphia: H.C. Carey and I. Lea, 1822-1823. - 3 volumes: 2 text volumes, 8vo., (8 2/8 x 5 2/8 inches); and atlas volume, folio (11 4/8 x 9 inches). Atlas with 2 engraved double-page maps after S.H. Long by Young & Delleker, 8 engraved plates, including one hand-colored after S. Seymour and T.R. Peale by C.G. Childs, Lawson, F. Kearney, W. Hay, Young & Delleker, and one double-page plate of geological cross sections Uniformly bound in full mottled calf antique by Trevor Lloyd. First edition. Major Stephen Harriman Long (1784-1864), considered himself to be the natural successor to Lewis and Clark. His expedition into the trans-Mississippi West was the first to be accompanied by artists, and as such the accompanying atlas is of enormous importance: including not only detailed maps, but images of Native American encampments, rituals and artifacts, as well as views of the Great Plains. During 1816 and 1817 "he crisscrossed Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, and Missouri, examining army garrisons and gathering general scientific data about the region. In 1817 he led a small party up the Mississippi River to the site of Minneapolis, where he dealt with the Indians and sought future sites for military posts. During the winter of 1817-1818 he traveled up the Arkansas River, choosing the site for what became Fort Smith, Arkansas. Later in 1818 Secretary of War John C. Calhoun decided to have Long organize and lead a scientific expedition up the Missouri River to the Rocky Mountains. He ordered the major to Pittsburgh, where Long designed and supervised the construction of a steamboat, the 'Western Engineer', that was to carry the scientists west. On 5 May 1819 the 'Western Engineer ' began its journey down the Ohio River to St. Louis. Long had assembled an impressive group of scientists for the expedition, including William Baldwin, Titian R. Peale, Thomas Say, and Samuel Seymour. Despite their long-awaited start, trouble with the steamboat design and machinery, a lack of efficient fuel, and the muddy Missouri River water all combined to slow the boat. Frequent breakdowns hindered upriver progress so that when the scientists halted near present Omaha, Nebraska, in September 1819, they had fallen far short of earlier expectations. As a result, the War Department ended its effort to explore the western rivers by steamboat. "The following summer Long and a much-reduced party of soldiers and scientists set out to explore the central plains. Drought, lack of horses, an inadequate supply of food, and faulty maps caused the explorers much difficulty. They traveled west to the Rocky Mountains and then south to the Arkansas River. There half of the party turned east while Long led the rest south in search of the headwaters of the Red River. They hunted in vain, and having depleted their food and water, they headed east along one of the branches of the Canadian River, having failed to locate the Red. The scientists dispersed at Fort Smith as they returned east. Long's negative description of the central plains as the Great American Desert appeared on maps for the next generation. The explorers published their findings in the three-volume 'Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains . . ." (1823), compiled by Edwin James [as here]" (Roger L. Nichols for ANB). The Long Expedition was the third major American exploration into the trans-Mississippi West, following those of Lewis and Clark, and Pike, and much was expected of him: "The object of the Expedition, is to acquire as thorough and accurate knowledge as may be practicable, of a portion of our country, which is daily becoming more interesting. you will permit nothing worthy of notice, to escape your attention. ascertain some point in the 49th parallel of latitude, which separates our possessions from those of Great Britain. You will conciliate the Indians by kindness and presents, and will ascertain, as far as practicable, the number and character of the various tribes, with the extent of country claimed by each." Unfortunately [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, performed in the years 1819, and '20, by order of The Hon. J. C. Calhoun, Sec'y of War: under the Command of Major Stephen H. Long

      Philadelphia: H. C. Carey & Lea, [1822]-1823 - Three volumes: two octavo text volumes (8.75 x 5.375 inches), plus one large quarto atlas volume (11.25 x 9.125 inches). Three volumes individually chemised and housed together in a quarter red morocco over maroon cloth slipcase. Slipcase spine ruled in blind and lettered in gilt with five raised bands. Text volumes: (heavy foxing throughout both text volumes, part of lower right title page missing, and foxing on engraving list, some pages loose, A few pencil markings and annotations; two words ("clitoris" and "labia") crossed out on page 187 of Volume II). Spine in 6 compartments, elaborately gilt, with black calf lettering pieces "LONG'S EXPEDITION" in one and each volume numbered in another (top cover hinge loose on both text volumes, some residue present from previous repair on volume 1, loose chip on spine of volume 2, shelf wear). Atlas volume: fold out maps with (some light foxing, short tears throughout, slight vertical crease to title leaf and "List of Engravings" leaf due to the outermost fold of the first map). Quarter calf on marbled boards (spine cracked and chipped, hinges loose, rear board loosely held). Provenance: Inscription on title page reads "John Weeks Moore Author of Moore's Encyclopedia of Music" Detailed elevation profiles on each map with very stylized depictions of mountain ranges nearly a la Tolkien. Highly annotated maps, each accompanied by keys or "Explanations" in upper right corners. All the maps and plates themselves are largely untouched by discoloration, some short superficial tears not affecting the images. First edition. One of the great expeditions to chart the vast Western United States in the tradition of Lewis and Clark. This work is key to United States history and its Westward Expansion for a number of reasons, including producing the very first image of the Rocky Mountains, and preserving in written description and stunning images, the lives and cultures of the Native American people before the advent of the white man. "The account of Long's expedition ranks alongside those of Lewis and Clark and Zebulon Pike as one of the three great classics of Western exploration. This official account was compiled by Edwin James [1797-1861], a naturalist and physician to the expedition. Major Stephen Harriman Long (1784-1864), a Dartmouth graduate and U.S. Army engineer, was sent to explore the western portions of the Louisiana Purchase and the Rocky Mountains. The expedition discovered and climbed several peaks, including Long's Peak, and explored the regions of the Platte and Arkansas River Valleys. This work, with its fine atlas, is a most valuable contribution to geographical and ethnographical literature" (Hill). "In all of Major Long's explorations, the natives of the territories through which he passed received the largest share of his attention. This will be evident from an examination of the table of contents of each volume. Chapters vi. to xii. of Vol. I. are entitled: 'Account of the Konza nation-Councils with the Otois, Missouries, Ioways, Pawnees,' &c.-Sioux & Omahaw Indians. Account of the Omahaws, Manners, Customs & Religious Rites. History of Blackbird their principal chief. Of their Marriage, Infancy & Old Age, Diseases, Medical Knowledge, Vices, Ideas of God, Superstition and expiatory Tortures. Vol. II.: The subject of Mourning for the deceased. War, Legend, and Language is pursued in chapters i. to iv. Chapter xii. An account of the Kaskasias. A great part of Volume III. is devoted to observations upon the Shienne, Arapaho, Pawnee, and other tribes of the Plains. Of the eight plates seven are illustrative of Indian life and manners" (Field 948, describing the 1823 London edition). The maps are reproduced in Wheat, Mapping the Transmississippi West, Volume II, with the concluding comment: "Long's map.represented a distinct step forward.Its use of 'Great American Desert' for the high plains country made for public apprehension over a generation.But the map cleared up a number o [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Kleeding en wapenrusting van de koninklijke Nederlandsche troepen.

      S.l. [La Haye], [Frères Van Cleef], s.d., (1823), - in-folio, titre-frontispice gravé par D. Sluyter d'après B. Van Hovet, un feuillet non chiffré de table des planches, 51 planches montées sur onglets, dont 3 de parements en noir, et 48 d'uniformes coloriées, demi-veau havane, dos lisse orné de filets et fleurons dorés, tête mouchetée (reliure moderne). Bel exemplaire. Exemplaire exceptionnellement complet quant aux planches, de cette suite vraiment rare, représentant les uniformes du jeune Royaume des Pays-Bas créé par le Congrès de Vienne, et qui regroupait les pays de l'actuel Benelux. En revanche, le texte, excepté la table des planches, manque. Colas II, 2864.

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        Stadtplan mit seitlichen Erklärungen ('Plan der Stadt Trier.').

      - Lithographie v. C.F. Müller in Karlsruhe n. C. Hawich b. I.I. Lintz in Trier, dat. 1823, 29,5 x 39,5 Selten!

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        Sicilian Scenery From Drawings by P. De Wint. The Original Sketches by Major Light.

      London: Rodwell & Martin 1823 - London: Rodwell & Martin, 1823. Engraved title and etching opposite plus 61 engraved plates with duplicates for 60. A total of 123 engraved plates in this edition including titles. First Edition also a special edition with duplicate plates for each engraving. Every engraving bar one, including the title page, has a duplicate on the opposite page (left-hand side) – some are printed with “Etch” or “Etching” by a specific artist but most are blank. The only engraving that doesn’t have a duplicate is “Capuchin Convent behind the Theatre of Taormina” – see photo. The engraved plates on the right-hand side of the page are all titled as per the first edition. Following each plate is a narrative in English and then French (verso) describing the area from the plate illustration. Major LIGHT. Sicilian Scenery from drawings by P. De Wint. The original sketches by Major Light. Page size is 14 and ¾ inches tall, with the external board size 15 and ½ inches tall. Scenes include Cefalù, Porta Nuova in Messina, the Bay of Palermo from Porta Felice, Girgenti, the Port of Messina from Castel Guelfonio , Catania from the west, Alicata, Palermo from Bagheria, Ancient road to Syracuse and many more. The only plate that doesn’t match the contents description or the narrative that follows is the “Street of Quattro Fontane, Messina” – the plate says “ The Church of St Iacomo A Convent of White Friars” – which may be on Via Quattro Fontane as it was then? New binding in lovely dark half calf with marbled boards. A unique item of what is already a scarce first edition with 61 lovely engravings of a beautiful region of Italy. Condition Report Externally Spine – good condition – gilt titles, gently worn. Joints – good condition. Corners – good condition. Boards – good condition – marbled paper. Page edges – good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – good condition – solid. Paste downs – good condition – new. End papers – good condition – new. Title – good condition. Pages – good condition – some foxing and marks. Binding – good condition – attractive and good condition. See photos [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Etschtal in Tirol, Oktober 1823.

      - Bleistift, auf cremefarbenemVelin mit Fragment des Wasserzeichens: Van der Ley. 21,6:36,1 cm. – Mit einem bräunlichen Strich im oberen Drittel rechts und wenige Fleckchen, sowie vertikaler Knickfalte. Mit Nachlaßnummer verso „323" aus dem Konvolut Nr. 302-336 (Lehmann, S. 244). Wechssler berichtet auf S. 22: „Von Trient vermerkt Fries, dass es die erste Stadt mit italienischem Charakter sei. Am Mittag geht es zu Fuß im Regen der Etsch entlang nach Rovereto; es ist der 12. Oktober (1823)".

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        Mémoire sur l'argent et le mercure fulminans. 24 S. In: Annales de Chimie et de Physique. Band 24.

      Paris 1823 - 8°. 448 S. Mit 4 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Die Arbeit erregt großes Aufsehen und macht den Namen des jungen Verfassers schlagartig in der gesamten chemischen Welt bekannt. - Gay-Lussac trägt dieses Mémoire am 15. Dezember 1823 in der Sitzung der Akademie der Wissenschaften vor, worauf diese beschließt, es in ihre jährlichen Schriften aufzunehmen. Liebig beschreibt darin die Herstellung von detonierenden Salzen durch die Zersetzung von Knallquecksilber oder Knallsilber mit Hilfe von Alkalien. Um die Zusammensetzung dieser Salze zu untersuchen, müssen Versuche angestellt werden, die höchst gefährlich sind. "Die Abhandlung sei wegen der mitgeteilten neuen Beobachtungen sehr bemerkenswert und lasse von dem Talent des Verfassers das Höchste erhoffen" (Gay-Lussac und Dulong). - Vereinzelt gering stockfleckig. Einband leicht bestoßen, sonst gut erhalten. - Paoloni 5. - Der Band enthält daneben noch von J. W. Döbereiner: Propriétés nouvelles et remarquables reconnues au sous-oxide de platine, au sulfure oxidé et à la poussière de même métal. - Erste Ausgabe der Beschreibung des nach ihm benannten Platinfeuerzeugs. Es handelt sich hierbei um den ins Französische übersetzten Teil seines Manuskripts, in dem er beschreibt, wie er einen Wasserstoffstrahl auf einen Platinschwamm leitet und sich dieser dann entzündet. - Darmstaedter S. 355. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Statue de st. Charles Borromée / pres d'Arona

      In primo piano il Colosso di S. Carlo Borromeo. "De quel côté que l'on arrive, cette figure se présente de très-loin, et en approchant d'Arona sur le lac, on est surpris de voir tout d'un coup sa tête, qui dépasse la cime des arbres les plus élevés." (Voyage pittoresque aux Lacs Majeur et de Lugano 1823) . Dal promontorio si gode un' ampia vista sul lago Maggiore: sulla sinistra le cittadine di Lesa e Belgirate, sulla destra la lingua di terra dove sorge Ranco. Questa stampa è una particolare edizione, in quanto non è pubblicata da Fussli, bensì da Hans Felix Leuthold, il quale acquistò i rami dando luogo a quella che il Lonchamp definisce terzo stato. Edizione non menzionata nella bibliografia di riferimento.

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        Sammelband mit folgenden Stücken: 1) Dusseck: Trois Sonates pour Le Piano-Forté avec accompagnement d'un Violin & Violoncelle. Oeuvre 29, No. 1, 2 und 3. (PN: 681, 695, 696). 3 Hefte (Klavier, Violin- und Cellostimme). 43/13/11 S., B. Schott, Mayence / Mainz (1813), mit zusätzlichem Verlagsstempel "Cöln bei Esch & Co.". 2) Kotzeluch: Trois Sonates pour Piano-Forté, avec accompagnément de Violon et Violoncelle. Oeuvre 49. (PN: 1755). 3 Hefte (Klavier, Violin- und Cellostimme). 35/11/7 S., chez Jean André, Offenbach (ca. 1803). 3) Marschner: Premier Grand Trio pour Pianoforte, Violon et Violoncelle composé et dédié à Monsieur A. B. Winkler par son ami Henri Marschner. Oeuv. 29. (PN: 47). 3 Hefte (Klavier, Violin- und Cellostimme). 31/12/12 S., H. A. Probst, Leipzig (1823).

      Qu.-Folio / Folio (ca. 31 x 23,5 cm), marmorierte Pappbände der Zeit, Bibliotheksexemplar mit Rückenschild und Stempeln (ausgeschieden), Einbandkanten teils bestoßen, das zweite Stück (Kotzeluch) mit vereinzelten Bleistiftanmerkungen / -markierungen, das letzte Blatt des Bandes mit der Violinstimme mit altem Wasserrand, Papier teils etwas fleckig und braun-/stockfleckig, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, selten

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        El testamento del Rey Martir de la Francia Luis XVI, y la ultima voluntad de la Reyna su esposa, con algunos otros documentos que acreditan la justa causa que sostiene la Santa Allianza en Europa. Lo recojio en Francia, y lo trajo à España. El P. Fr. Hortét del Orden de San Agustin, Lector jubilado en Sagrada Theologia, ex-Catedratico de Filosofía en el colegio conciliar, y Real estudio de Tarragona, ecsaminador synodal del obispado de Urgél, y Prior del convento de la Selva. Quien lo dedica al Excmo. Señor Baron de Eroles.

      en la imprenta de los hermanos Antonio y José Berdeguer [c.]., Tarragona 1823 - Small 4to., pp. 98 [2]. Small type. A very good copy bound in contemporary calf with ornate gilt borders and spine, mottled central panels to covers, gilt to sides, blue waxed endpapers patterned in blind, and edges mottled red (binding very slightly gouged and rubbed, with wear to sides, and green stains to pastedowns and endpapers, but very good). Finely-bound copy of this rare manifesto for the European pro-monarchist Holy Alliance, and for the French invasion of Spain to reinstall Ferdinand VII. The work includes sections on Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette; a 29-page manifesto for Spain; and a long section of notes and documents, including accounts of the English Civil War, French Revolution, and revolutions in Naples, Sicily, Piedmont and Portugal; a Papal bull of excommunication; and translations of French speeches. CCPB000646483-1. Palau 116277. Not in OCLC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cours d'économie politique, ou exposition des principes qui déterminent la prospérité des nations. Avec des notes explicatives et critiquees par J.-B. Say. 4 Bände.

      - Paris, Aillaud, Bossange et Gravier, 1823. XV, 501 S.; 2 Bl., 485 S.; 2 Bl., 527 S.; 2 Bl., 427 S. Mit 11 'Tableaux' (2 gefaltet) und einem 'Table analytique' über das Gesamtwerk in Bd. 4. Halbleder d. Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln (Rücken leicht berieben, an Bd. 3 stärker). Storch (1766-1835) stand in Diensten Russlands u. war Mitglied der russischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Er hatte in Heidelberg u. Jena studiert, ging danach nach St. Petersburg u. wurde später Lehrer des späteren Kaisers Nikolaus u. dessen Bruder Michael in der politischen Ökonomie. Schumpeter würdigt ihn als "kritischen Smithianer": "Seine Grundlagen und sein Begriffsapparat wurden im wesentlichen von Smith übernommen, aber er wich von Smith und Say in mehreren entscheidenden Punkten ab; besonders im Hinblick auf die Einkommensanalyse. Storch hat einen gewissen Anspruch darauf, zusammen mit Lauderdale, Malthus und Sismondi zu den Vorläufern des Keynesianismus und ähnlicher Tendenzen gerechnet zu werden, die sich später durchsetzten" (Schumpeter I, 617). - Storchs Werk ist mit Band 3 abgeschlossen, in Band 4 die 'Notes pour le Cours d'économie politique' (von Say), die 'Tableaux concernant le numéraire, le change, et les poids et mesures de Russie' sowie der 'Table analytique des matières contenues dans cet ouvrage'. Es fehlt ein Band 5, der erst 1824 (in erster Ausgabe) mit dem Untertitel 'Considerations sur la nature du revenu national' erschienen ist. Die Bände 1-4 erschienen zuerst 1815. - Kress C 1155; Einaudi 5486/87. - Teils leicht stockfleckig, Titelei von Band 4 etwas stärker. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ELIA, ESSAYS WHICH HAVE APPEARED UNDER THAT SIGNATURE IN THE LONDON MAGAZINE &; THE LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA. BEING A SEQUEL TO ESSAYS PUBLISHED UNDER THAT NAME.

      London: Taylor and Hessey, 1823 and 1833.. Together two volumes. First English Edition. 8vo,, in very attractive Bayntun Riviere bindings of full red morocco gilt decorated. A fine copy. First Edition, First Issue, of volume 1 with the imprint having only the single address for the publishers listed, and 6 pages publisher's advertisements, half-title in volume 2 only (as called for), and with the two leaves of publisher's advertisements. The essays in the collection first began appearing in The London Magazine in 1820 and continued to 1825. Lamb's essays were very popular, the personal and conversational tone of the essays has charmed many readers. They "established Lamb in the title he now holds, that of the most delightful of English essayists." Lamb himself is, of course, the Elia of the collection, and his sister Mary is "Cousin Bridget.

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        PRINCIPII DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE

      TIPOGR. GIUSEPPE REMONDINI E FIGLI 1823 - 3 voll. ril. cart.con etichetta coeva al dorso in-8 - quarta ed. veneta riveduta, emendata, ed accresciuta di Figure disegnate ed incise in Roma da Gio. Battista Cipriani Sanese - macchie d'umidita - opera rara e fondamentale - tutte le tavole sono presenti, molte anche ripiegate Lingua: It [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Det kongelige danske videnskabernes selskabs philosophiske og historiske afhandlinger. 1-7.

      Köpenhamn, Hartv. Frid. Popps boktrykkeri, 1823-45. 4:o. (4),+ LXXXVIII,+ 386,+ (2) s.+ 3 grav. planscher; (4),+ LIV,+ 422, 425-441 s.+ utvikbar grav. plansch. En gravyr i texten; (4),+ LXXII,+ 432; (4),+ XXXII,+ 355,+ (1) s.+ 3 utvikbara grav. planscher; (4),+ 333,+ (1); CCII,+ 386,+ (2),+ 387-750 s.+ 14 utvikbara grav. planscher; CCCC,+ 268 s.+ utvikbar grav. plansch,+ utvikbar tryckt tabell. Första delen med reva s. 197-198, det troligen blanka bladet Ggg4 i andra delen saknas här som i många andra exemplar, tredje delen med lagerfläckar, något värre inledningsvis, äldre papperslagningar s. 402, 410 och 418. planscherna till sjätte delen uppmonterade. Ljusbruna hfrbd, guldornerade ryggar med röda och gröna titel- och deltiteletiketter och upphöjda bind, marmorerade pappärmar och röda snitt. Sju volymer, de sista två större i formatet och troligen bundna något efter de tidigare. Ur Frederik Oldenburgs bibliotek, med namnteckning på försättsbladen, och ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Fin svit av allt som utkom i denna serie. Ett mycket bra och spännande innehåll med artiklar i antik konst, nordisk fornkunskap, runor etc. Bl.a. med debatt mellan Finn Magnusson och Woorsae om den s.k Runamostenen. Sjätte delen består till stor del av Magnusson stora utredning om Runamostenen, vilken Woorsae visar vara helt felaktig. Kammarherren Frederik Oldenburg (1767-1848) hade ett stort bibliotek med omkring 10000 böcker och handskrifter. Böckerna ur hans bibliotek är oftast i fina exemplar på skrivpapper och i fina band, med tonvikten på topografi, historia, språk och rättshistoria, huvudsakligen danskt men även om övriga Norden (Plesner s. 54f.)

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        Ribot. Peintre, Graveur.

      Untertitel Exposition Theodule Ribot. Herausgeber Vorwort von J. Siedenburg Abbildungen 4 Abbildungen Théodule Ribot (1823-1891). Das Büchlein enthält eine Biographie des französischen Malers und kurze Beschreibungen der in der Ausstellung gezeigten Bilder. Text französisch/deutsch. Selten!

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        Gesamtansicht von München über die Isar gesehen. - Im Vordergrund Isarbrücke mit Stauwerk ('Ansicht von München und des von dem Verfasser der theoretisch-practischen Wasserbaukunst, Ritter von Wiebeking in der Isar erbauten Durchlass Wehres').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich b. Wiebeking, 1823, 23 x 50,5 Lentner 13704. - Tadeloses Exemplar!

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        EXCURSIONS IN MADEIRA AND PORTO SANTO

      - DURING THE AUTOMN OF 1823,WHILE ON HIS THIRD VOYAGE TO AFRICA; By the late T. EDWARD BOWDICH, Esq. CONDUTOR OF THE MISSION TO ASHANTEE, HONORARY MEMBER OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, AND MEMBER OF VARIOUS OTHER LEARNED SOCIETIES BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. TO WHICH IS ADDED By Mrs. BOWDICH, I. A NARRATIVE OF THE CONTINUANCE OF THE VOYAGE TO ITS COMPLETION, TOGETHER WITH THE SUBSEQUENT OCCURRENCES FROM MR BOWDICH’S ARRIVAL IN AFRICA TO THE PERIOD OF HIS DEATH. II. A DESCRIPTION OF THE ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS ON THE RIVER GAMBIA. III. APENDIX: CONTAINING ZOOLOGICAL AND BOTANICAL DESCRIPTIONS, AND TRANSLATIONS FROM THE ARABIC. ILLUSTRATED BY SECTIONS, VIEWS, COSTUMES, AND ZOOLOGICAL FIGURES. LONDON: GEORGE B. WHITTAKER, AVE-MARIA LANE. LONDON. MDCCCXXV [1825]. In 4º (de 28,5x22,5 cm) com xii, 278, [1] págs. Encadernação tardia, de meados do século XX, com lombada e cantos em pele; e lombada com nervos e ferros a ouro. Exemplar com as margens por aparar; apresentando acidulação generalizada e manuseamento. A folha de rosto possui um pequeno título de posse no canto superior direito (Welwitch); e um restauro antigo de um rasgo no canto superior esquerdo. Ilustrado com 22 gravuras, entre as quais 4 gravuras coloridas: Nº 1 no anterrosto com os costumes da ilha da Madeira; Nº 3 com os cortes geológicos da ilha da Madeira; Nº 6 com a ponta ou cabo do Garajau e os seus cortes geológicos; e a Nº 9 com os costumes dos homens e mulheres da Gâmbia. 1ª edição desta obra que contém as viagens de explorações científicas levadas a cabo pelo senhor e pela senhora Bowdich. O senhor Bowdich (1791-1824) participou em várias missões em África e faleceu prematuramente com 33 anos de idade quando efectuava um trabalho de levantamento cartográfico na região da Serra Leoa. O seu trabalho foi continuado e completado por sua mulher, apresentando belas gravuras e desenhos com valor científico que incluem etnografia, flora e fauna (peixes, insectos, répteis, etc) das regiões visitadas. O texto é um relato bem informado, que estuda a geologia dos locais visitados pelo casal Bowdich e descreve com pormenor científico os aspectos geológicos, botânicos e faunísticos da Ilha da Madeira. Comparam as observações com outros locais também visitados (como por exemplo a região de Lisboa e Cabo Verde) e citam autores que na sua época eram a referência dos estudos mais recentes, como é o caso de Vandelli. Esta obra analisa muito particularmente os aspectos geológicos, tanto no seu texto como nas suas ilustrações gráficas, coloridas e não coloridas. A imagem do Aqueduto das Águas Livres pretende mostrar o aspecto geológico dos basaltos da zona de Lisboa. Os autores comparam-nos posteriormente com os basaltos encontrados na ilha da Madeira (ver págs. 34-35). Os autores procuraram registar e baptizar novas espécies da fauna e da flora, isto é atribuíram novos nomes científicos a plantas e a animais. As pranchas gravadas e desenhadas pela senhora Bowdich são uma recolha de todos os peixes encontrados na Madeira pelos autores, junto com uma miscelânea de fósseis e plantas recolhidos nas suas viagens e ainda outras curiosidades tais como o insecto que ataca as laranjeiras da Madeira, visto ao microscópio (ver figuras 35 a, b, c e d). Nesta data (1823/1825), esta obra é percursora do futuro pensamento evolucionista – a evolução das espécies proposta por Darwin depois da viagem do HMS Beagle em 1826 - e difusionista (difusão das espécies). Ambas as teorias são um produto do pensamento e do conhecimento do século XIX. Por exemplo, equaciona-se nesta obra se o rato da ilha da Madeira é o mesmo que se encontra na Suécia, sendo o primeiro anterior e tendo-se difundido posteriormente no continente através do comércio marítimo. Outro exemplo é a identificação de certa espécie de morcegos da Madeira, na qual se refere a sua completa originalidade neste arquipélago. No entanto, a grande questão apresentada é a comparação das camadas e dos tempos geológicos em vários locais, magnif [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1823 Description of Paris France Dulaure Atlas MAPS Castles Illustrated 10v

      Paris : Guillaume, 1823. Second edition. - 1823 Description of Paris France Dulaure Atlas MAPS Castles Illustrated 10v Jacques-Antoine Dulaure was an 18th-century French historian known for his descriptive work on the important geographic places in France. Dulaure began work on “Descriptions of Paris” at the onset of the French Revolution. The work was completed over the course of 1788-89 and focused on six major regions – Provence, Languedoc, Aquitaine, Poitou, Auvergne, and Lyonnais-Bourbonnais. Dulaure describes towns, castles, monasteries, wonders of art and science, population, commerce, and populations. This 1823 ten-volume set is illustrated with 82 engravings depicting some of the most important and famous landmarks in Paris and the surrounding regions. Dulaure uses illustrations of castles, cathedrals, views of the Rhine, city views, bridges, famous arches, fountains and more! Item number: #2266 Price: $599 DULAURE, Jacques-Antoine Histoire physique, civile et morale de Paris, depuis les premiers temps historiques jusqu'a nos jours : contenant par ordre chronologique la description des accroissemens successifs de cette ville, et de ses monumens anciens et modernes ; la notice de toutes ses institutions, tant civiles que religieuses ; et, a chaque periode, le tableau des moeurs, des usages et des progres de la civilisation Paris : Guillaume, 1823. Second edition. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages; 10 volumes o Illustrated with 82 engravings • Language: French • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~9in X 5.5in (23cm x 14cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2266 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ansicht mit den Terrassen, "Das Königl. Schloß Sanssouci bei Potsdam. - Le Chateau royal de Sans-Souci pres de Potsdam".

      - altkol. Aquatinta v. Laurens & Thiele n. Calau b. Wittich in Berlin, 1823, 13 x 17 Drescher / Kroll, Nr. 222 und Abb. 98. - Altkol. Ansichten nach Calau sind sehr selten !

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        L'indianiste anglais Edward Moor veut fonder une société orientale.

      - 1 lettre autographe signée 4 In-4 18/03/1823 Mention manuscrite : «Reçu le 7 avril 1823». bon Edward Moor prie son correspondant de bien vouloir déposer pour lui quelques ouvrages au Dépôt légal de la Bibliothèque Royale : Star Tables de Thomas Lynn, son beau-frère ; Remarks upon "morbus oryzeus", or disease occasioned by the employment of noxious rice as food et probablement A Concise narrative of facts connected with the disease, which occurred in the district of Jessore du Dr. Robert Tytler, un ami ; et Military sketches of the Goorka War, in India, in the years 1814, 1815, 1816 par un ami anonyme. Tout ces ouvrages figurent en effet au catalogue de la BN, le dernier avec comme provenance Louis Langlès. Moor, sur le point de fonder une Société orientale à Londres, demande à Langlès s'il accepte d'en devenir membre honoraire et si il lui est possible de rejoindre la Société asiatique de Paris. Il joint à son envoi un présent à transmettre à Vivant Denon, ancien directeur du Louvre, qui l'a aidé par le passé. Il évoque enfin son célèbre ouvrage The Hindu Pantheon (1810) désormais épuisé. Écrivain-voyageur et soldat, il est surtout indologue, l'un des premiers à avoir écrit en Grande-Bretagne sur l'hindouisme comme religion. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Waldinneres mit Treppe zu einer Ruine, 1823/27.

      - Bleistift, auf chamoisfarbenem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: bekröntes Wappen mit Posthorn und den Initialen „KM", rechts unten bezeichnet „Licht von der Linken". 23,2:37,2 cm. – Verso: Detailansicht, Variante der Vorderseite. Bleistift. – Kleine Randläsuren sorgfältig restauriert. Vermutlich entstanden kurz nach dem Aufbruch (23.09.1823) zur Italienreise 1823-1827 in Begleitung von Johann Heinrich Schilbach (1798-1851) und den Brüdern Gottfried und Christoph Rist (um 1789-1824 bzw. 1790-1876), oder auf der Rückreise 1827. Der Weg nach Italien führte sie über München, Starnberger See, Kochelsee, Walchensee, Mittenwald, über den Brenner nach Sterzing usw.

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        THE FABLES OF AESOP

      Printed by E. Walker, for T. Bewick and Son, Newcastle 1823 - 218 x 135 mm. (8 1/2 x 5 1/4"). xxiv, 376 pp. Second Edition. SUMPTUOUS SCARLET STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, GILT, BY KELLIEGRAM (stamp-signed on rear pastedown), covers with lovely dentelle frames, spine gilt in stippled compartments with oval centerpiece featuring either a hunting dog or a lamb, gilt titling, densely gilt turn-ins, lavender endpapers, all edges gilt. In a (somewhat worn) fleece-lined red cloth folding box. Wood-engraved vignette on title page, 191 VIGNETTE HEADPIECES, one for each Fable and for three preliminary sections, most of these also with vignette tailpieces, all designed by Thomas Bewick. Wood-engraved receipt from Bewick dated January 1, 1824, with moonlight landscape vignette, red-printed leafy branches, and Bewick's thumbprint mark, bound in at front. Ray 53; Roscoe 46b. A breath of rubbing to extremitites, perhaps a dozen leaves lightly age-toned, other trivial imperfections, otherwise AN ESPECIALLY FINE COPY, clean and fresh IN A SPARKLING BINDING. This is a beautifully bound copy of the improved second edition of one of Bewick's most charming and best-loved works. More than any contemporaneous artist or printer, Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) was responsible for a renewed interest in wood engraving, and he was particularly attracted to the illustration of fables. While still an apprentice, Bewick was set to work cutting wood blocks for books of fables by Aesop, Gay, and others. By 1812, as his memoir records, he determined that if he recovered from a severe illness, he would undertake the publication of Aesop's "Fables." He mentions that he has always admired the Aesop published by Samuel Croxall (d. 1752) in 1722, and in the present edition, all but six of the fables, culled from Aesop, Phaedrus, Gay, and others, are based on fables in Croxall. At the same time, some 21 of these fables, according to Roscoe's count, are substantially rewritten, apparently by Bewick himself. As he records in his memoir, Bewick worked during his recuperation both by daylight and candlelight at cutting his illustrations, until his eyesight suffered. Some of the work was farmed out to his son, to William Harvey, and to William Temple, and experts differ on the number of cuts done by the master himself. Roscoe writes, "I estimate there are at least 39 of Bewick's headpieces, and probably more." Our second edition appeared five years after the first, and Roscoe notes that its "most important element is the reworking of a large number of the headpieces, done in an attempt--by no means unsuccessful--to cut out the 'woolliness' and lack of definition, particularly in the skies and backgrounds, which mar so many of these cuts in the first edition." The lovely binding is more classic in style than the pictorial bindings for which Kelliegram is know, and it is beautifully executed and finished. This is a beautifully bound copy of the improved second edition of one of Bewick's most charming and best-loved works. More than any contemporaneous artist or printer, Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) was responsible for a renewed interest in wood engraving, and he was particularly attracted to the illustration of fables. While still an apprentice, Bewick was set to work cutting wood blocks for books of fables by Aesop, Gay, and others. By 1812, as his memoir records, he determined that if he recovered from a severe illness, he would undertake the publication of Aesop's "Fables." He mentions that he has always admired the Aesop published by Samuel Croxall (d. 1752) in 1722, and in the present edition, all but six of the fables, culled from Aesop, Phaedrus, Gay, and others, are based on fables in Croxall. At the same time, some 21 of these fables, according to Roscoe's count, are substantially rewritten, apparently by Bewick himself. As he records in his memoir, Bewick worked during his recuperation both by daylight and candlelight at cutting his illustrations, until his eyesight suffered. Some of the work was farmed out to his son, to William Harvey

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        The British Flower Garden, Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the Most Ornamental & Curious Hardy Herbaceous Plants. Volume I.

      London, by W. Simpkin, 1823 to 1825. - IV S. 3 Bl. 100 Textseiten und 100 handkoloriete Tafeln Kapital mit einem Einriss, die Text und Tafelseiten lose, fast fleckenfreies Exemplar Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1500

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        THE FABLES OF AESOP

      Newcastle: Printed by E. Walker, for T. Bewick and Son, 1823. Second Edition. This is a beautifully bound copy of the improved second edition of one of Bewick's most charming and best-loved works. More than any contemporaneous artist or printer, Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) was responsible for a renewed interest in wood engraving, and he was particularly attracted to the illustration of fables. While still an apprentice, Bewick was set to work cutting wood blocks for books of fables by Aesop, Gay, and others. By 1812, as his memoir records, he determined that if he recovered from a severe illness, he would undertake the publication of Aesop's "Fables." He mentions that he has always admired the Aesop published by Samuel Croxall (d. 1752) in 1722, and in the present edition, all but six of the fables, culled from Aesop, Phaedrus, Gay, and others, are based on fables in Croxall. At the same time, some 21 of these fables, according to Roscoe's count, are substantially rewritten, apparently by Bewick himself. As he records in his memoir, Bewick worked during his recuperation both by daylight and candlelight at cutting his illustrations, until his eyesight suffered. Some of the work was farmed out to his son, to William Harvey, and to William Temple, and experts differ on the number of cuts done by the master himself. Roscoe writes, "I estimate there are at least 39 of Bewick's headpieces, and probably more." Our second edition appeared five years after the first, and Roscoe notes that its "most important element is the reworking of a large number of the headpieces, done in an attempt--by no means unsuccessful--to cut out the 'woolliness' and lack of definition, particularly in the skies and backgrounds, which mar so many of these cuts in the first edition." The lovely binding is more classic in style than the pictorial bindings for which Kelliegram is know, and it is beautifully executed and finished.. 218 x 135 mm. (8 1/2 x 5 1/4"). xxiv, 376 pp. Second Edition. SUMPTUOUS SCARLET STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, GILT, BY KELLIEGRAM (stamp-signed on rear pastedown), covers with lovely dentelle frames, spine gilt in stippled compartments with oval centerpiece featuring either a hunting dog or a lamb, gilt titling, densely gilt turn-ins, lavender endpapers, all edges gilt. In a (somewhat worn) fleece-lined red cloth folding box. Wood-engraved vignette on title page, 191 VIGNETTE HEADPIECES, one for each Fable and for three preliminary sections, most of these also with vignette tailpieces, all designed by Thomas Bewick. Wood-engraved receipt from Bewick dated January 1, 1824, with moonlight landscape vignette, red-printed leafy branches, and Bewick's thumbprint mark, bound in at front. Ray 53; Roscoe 46b. A breath of rubbing to extremitites, perhaps a dozen leaves lightly age-toned, other trivial imperfections, otherwise AN ESPECIALLY FINE COPY, clean and fresh IN A SPARKLING BINDING. This is a beautifully bound copy of the improved second edition of one of Bewick's most charming and best-loved works. More than any contemporaneous artist or printer, Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) was responsible for a renewed interest in wood engraving, and he was particularly attracted to the illustration of fables. While still an apprentice, Bewick was set to work cutting wood blocks for books of fables by Aesop, Gay, and others. By 1812, as his memoir records, he determined that if he recovered from a severe illness, he would undertake the publication of Aesop's "Fables." He mentions that he has always admired the Aesop published by Samuel Croxall (d. 1752) in 1722, and in the present edition, all but six of the fables, culled from Aesop, Phaedrus, Gay, and others, are based on fables in Croxall. At the same time, some 21 of these fables, according to Roscoe's count, are substantially rewritten, apparently by Bewick himself. As he records in his memoir, Bewick worked during his recuperation both by daylight and candlelight at cutting his illustrations, until his eyesight suffered. Some of the work was farmed out to his son, to William Harvey, and to William Temple, and experts differ on the number of cuts done by the master himself. Roscoe writes, "I estimate there are at least 39 of Bewick's headpieces, and probably more." Our second edition appeared five years after the first, and Roscoe notes that its "most important element is the reworking of a large number of the headpieces, done in an attempt--by no means unsuccessful--to cut out the 'woolliness' and lack of definition, particularly in the skies and backgrounds, which mar so many of these cuts in the first edition." The lovely binding is more classic in style than the pictorial bindings for which Kelliegram is know, and it is beautifully executed and finished.

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        The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, Vol. I, II & III :Compiled from original records preserved in public repositories and private collections &c.

      John Nichols and Son, London 1823 - 3 of 4 vols, (1816) Vol. 1, introduction 11pp. Vol. I part 1, General History clxvi pp, Vol I Part II, Topographical History iv + 318pp. inc errata; (1820) Vol. 2, Chester Ward, iv + 408pp. inc. errata; (1823) Vol. 3, Stockton Ward, 431pp. + errata; with engraving in the text of all volumes. Vol 2 also has a printer's slip advertising the future appearance of Vol 3 (now in protective clear envelope). Vols. 1 & 2 have small octagonal green labels in the top corner of the fep, 'Andrews Bookseller and Binder, Durham'. Hardback, probably printer's boards. 47x30 cm (elephant folio) Boards covered with very worn paper covers bumps to all corners. Signs of removal of original spine, replaced with modern cloth, sound but amateurishly finished. Page edges dust- stained, internally very clean except for occasional random spotting and a possible water stain to the back cover only of Vol.1. An outstanding County history. A plan for the history which he sketched out in 1804 showed he meant it to appeal mainly to antiquaries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Picturesque Tour through the Oberland in the Canton of Berne, in Switzerland

      Published at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, London 1823 - viii, 120 pages, plus 17 handcolored aquatint plates by Lory and a map of the Glaciers of the Canton of Berne. Large octavo, 10-5/8 by 7-1/4 inches. The first book edition of this travelogue, which originally appeared in Ackermann's Repository of the Arts, series 2, volumes XI to XIII. A classic British travel book, with lovely illustrations. The text is a collection of uncredited travelogues, including a first-person account of the Meyer brothers' 1812 ascent of the Jungfrau and Finsteraarhorn (pages 60 to 86). See Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography, 1770-1860, volume I, 57; Hardie, English Coloured Books, pp. 112-3; Prideaux, Aquatint Engraving, p. 347 and 377 (but dated incorrectly). First edition (first printing). Original fine-ribbed orange-brown cloth, blindstamped on boards and decorated in gilt on the spine; top edge gilt; expertly recased, preserving the original endpapers. Bookplate of Robert Duckle on front pastedown. The map is not colored, as seen in some copies. The plates in this book are found in several states. Five of those present here include the titling and numbering from the magazine issue (probably representing plates left over from the periodical binding). The map is rather foxed; one plate has a few small water spots; but generally clean and attractive. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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: EXHIBITING AN ACCURATE ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERY, SETTLEMENT, AND PROGRESS, OF THEIR VARIOUS KINGDOMS, STATES, PROVINCES, &c. TOGETHER WITH THE WARS, CELEBRATED BATTLES, AND REMARKABLE EVENTS, TO THE YEAR 1822.

      Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1823. - Letterpress title (copyright notice on verso), 1p. advertisement (verso blank), 1p. table of contents (verso blank). Forty-six double- page handcolored engraved maps of the United States, all but one with borders of letterpress descriptive text; uncolored double-page engraved view showing the comparative heights of mountains throughout the world; handcolored double-page engraved table showing the comparative lengths of the principal rivers worldwide; five letterpress tables (four double-page [three of these handcolored]); 18pp. of letterpress text. Mounted on guards throughout. Modern half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Dampstaining along lower edge, causing chipping to initial leaves. Closed tear in bottom margin of first map, repaired with tissue. Very light offsetting from maps. Some dust soiling, light tanning and foxing. Good plus. A handsome atlas of the Americas, with individual color maps of each state in the Union, including a seminal map of the West by Stephen H. Long. At the time of publication this was the best and most detailed atlas to be produced in the United States, with substantial historical background text accompanying each map. Fielding Lucas, the major Baltimore printer, was the principal engraver. Among the most noted maps in the atlas is Major Stephen H. Long's "Map of Arkansa and other Territories of the United States." That map, which depicts the Missouri basin between Nashville in the east, the Mandan villages in the north, and the Rocky Mountains in the west, was based on the surveys conducted by Long on his expeditions of 1819 and 1820. The map published in Carey & Lea's atlas preceded the official account of that expedition by expedition botanist Edwin James, which includes a smaller map with similar detail, titled "Country drained by the Mississippi Western Section." Carey & Lea's 1823 publication of James' ACCOUNT perhaps explains the prior inclusion of this map with Long expedition information in their atlas. On this famous map is the printed legend, which would perpetuate a myth for many years to come, identifying the high plains as the "Great American Desert." Carey & Lea's atlas was first issued in 1822; this is the second issue, with revised states of three maps (Maine, North Carolina, and Louisiana), with the same printing of the remaining maps and a cancel title. HOWES C133, "aa." PHILLIPS ATLASES 1373a. SABIN 15055. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 348, 352.

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        [ALEUTIAN ISLANDS] Khronologicheskaya istoriya otkrytiya Aleutskikh ostrovov ili Podvigi rossiyskogo kupechestva. S prisovokupleniyem istoricheskogo izvestiya o mekhovoy torgovle [i.e. Chronological History of the Discovery of the Aleutian Islands, or the Deeds of the Russian Merchants]

      St. Petersburg: Typ of N. Grech, 1823. [4], iii, 169, [2] pp., 4 tabl., 1 map. 20,5x13 cm. Contemporary light brown quarter leather with marbled papered boards and gilt tooled spine; the spine with gilt lettered title label. Faded ink inscriptions of Soviet bibliophile Yevgeny Silayev on the title page and p. 17. Bound without the dedication leaf to A.V. Von Moller, Chief of the Naval Etat Major, but overall a very good copy of this rare book. First and only Russian edition. With four folding tables and a folding copper engraved map at rear. First book on the history of the Russian voyages to the Aleutian Islands and the Northwest coast of America, compiled in chronological order, and covering over seventy private merchant enterprises from 1743 to 1792. Each voyage is described separately, supplemented with quotations from original archival documents found by Vasily Nikolaevich Berkh (1781-1834; reports of Siberian authorities, witness accounts, original notes by Grigory Shelekhov, Imperial Decrees, and others). The main text is followed by a ''Relation on the Fur Trade Conducted by Russians on the Kurile, Aleutian Islands, and Northwest coast of America'', which includes an overviews of the early history of the Russian-American Company (pp. 135-164). The folding tables are: 1) Chronological record of furs taken out by private companies from 1745 to 1803 with the names of boats, boat owners, navigators, and a detailed list of furs secured by each expedition; 2) A similar record for furs taken out by Shelekhov and Golikov's company from 1786 to 1797; 3) A similar record of furs taken out by the Hudson's Bay and by the Northwest Companies from 1806 to 1820; 4) A similar record of furs taken out by the Russian-American Company from 1798 to 1822. The folding map is of the Sea of Okhotsk, the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Aleutian Islands, and the northern part of the Alaskan mainland. It was compiled by Berkh. Pp. 165-169 contain a 'note to the list of furs taken out from the Aleutian and other islands, also from the Alaskan mainland' (Lada-Mocarski, 88). ''Vitus Jonassen Bering (1681-1741) sailed from Kamchatka to Alaska in the summer of 1741, thereby commanding the first European ship to explore the northwestern coast of North America. The crews of Bering and his assistant, Aleksei Chirikov (1703-48), returned to Russia with valuable sea otter pelts. The quest for fur soon overtook the initial interest of the state in mapping and acquiring geographic knowledge of the North Pacific. Beginning in 1743, a succession of Russian promyshlenniki (frontiersmen) followed in the wake of Bering by sailing along the Aleutian Islands in search of sea otter furs. This book chronicles the many voyages that began over a century of Russian colonization in Alaska. The book includes data on the number of fur pelts taken per merchant each year and their value in rubles. The author also highlights the history of the fur trade in the ongoing exploration of the Alaskan coast, and notes that the driving force behind voyages to the region was the high pelt quality and abundance of sea otter and other fur-bearing animals. The monograph is thus a compendium of the achievements of key Russian fur traders, beginning with Emilian Basov in 1743. These merchants ultimately succeeded in establishing a quasi-governmental presence for the tsars throughout coastal Alaska, culminating with the noted merchant Grigorii Ivanovich Shelekhov, who in 1784 founded a company on Kodiak Island that later became the Russian-American Company'' (World Digital Library/ Library of Congress online). The book was first translated into English in 1970 (published as a part of: Ricks, Melvin B. The Earliest History of Alaska. Anchorage: Cook Inlet Hist. Society, 1970); first separate English edition was published in 1974 (Berkh, V. A chronological history of the discovery of the Aleutian Islands: or, The exploits of Russian merchants, with a supplement of historical data on the fur trade/ Translated by Dmitri Krenov; edited by Richard A. Pierce. Kingston, Ont.: Limestone Press, 1974). Lada-Mocarski (88), Howes B375 (describes an incomplete copy); Wickersham 5685 (incomplete pagination). ''V.N. Berkh is an author of several books on Alaska and other aspects of Russian naval discoveries resulting from early sea voyages. His works are authoritative and are the culmination of a thorough research for which he often used original source material'' (Lada-Mocarski, 87). ''In his preface to the present book he indicates what particular original material he was able to use; among these were the manuscript notes of Grigorii Shelekhov'' (Lada-Mocarski, 88). Vasily Berkh was a Russian naval officer and historian of the Russian fleet. He graduated from the Naval Cadet Corps in 1799 and took part in the first Russian circumnavigation in 1803-1805 under command of Adam von Krusenstern (Berkh served on Neva under command of Yury Lisiansky). Later he published the biography of Admiral Nelson (1807) and a Russian translation of the travel accounts of Samuel Hearne and Alexander Mackenzie (1808), compiled the map of Russian possessions in America.

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        Mémoire sur la fortification primitive, pour servir de suite au traité de la défense des places fortes

      Paris, Bachelier, 1823.. Crown quarto. Pp. xxxvi, 51. Plus 2 engraved plates, one with multiple figures, bound at end. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, gilt morocco lettering-piece to spine, old military institutional stamp to half-title and another inside, small old ticket near spine, remnants of bookplate on first paste-down; spine rubbed in places, inner hinges weak, corner-tips chafed, various minor age-related blemishes. Good, wide-margined copy, preserved entirely in the original state, very good interior. ~ First edition. Lazare Nicolas Marguerite, Comte Carnot (1753-1823), "Le Grand Carnot", French mathematician and engineer, general and a politician, Minister of War in 1800 and Minister of Internal Affairs during the Hundred Days. In 1815 he was made Count of the French Empire by Napoleon. Carnot favoured fortresses and defensive strategies. He bequeathed some influential works on fortification, the mot known perhaps is "De la défense des places fortes" (Paris, 1810) which went through four editions and was also translated into English. The Encyclopaedia Britannica (11th edition, 1910) has described his "Mémoire sur la fortification primitive" as "One of the more important works on the subject of fortification and siege war", and the book has been listed as such together with the works of the great fortification theoreticians Dürer, de Ville, Coehoorn, Vauban, Noizet, as well as the later writers Plessix and Legrand, Ritter von Brunner, and Delambre. Jordan 0621.

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        Scott's works (Complete 42 volumes set 1823 - 1827) Novels and Tales of the Author of Waverley (16 Vols.) Waverley - Guy Mannering - The Antiquary - Rob Roy - Black Dwarf - Old mortality - Heart of mid-lothian - Bride of Lammermuir ; Historical Romances of the Author of Waverley - Montrose ; Novels and Romances of the Author of Waverley (9 Vols) The Pirate - The Fortunes of Nigel - Peveril of the Peak - Quentin Durward ; Tales and Romances of the Author of Waverley (9 Vols) St Ronan's Well - Redgauntlet - Crusaders - Woodstock or The Cavalier ; Historical Romances (8 Vols.) Ivanhoe - The Monastery - The Abbot - Kenilworth

      42 volumes 12mo, full contemporary leather binding, spine richly gilted, 1823-1824-1827 Printed for Archibald Constable & Co. Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robinson, & Co. London, 1827 Printed for Cadell & Co. Edinburgh; and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London : Scott's works (Complete 42 volumes set 1823 - 1827) Novels and Tales of the Author of Waverley (16 Vols.) Waverley - Guy Mannering - The Antiquary - Rob Roy - Black Dwarf - Old mortality - Heart of mid-lothian - Bride of Lammermuir ; Historical Romances of the Author of Waverley - Montrose ; Novels and Romances of the Author of Waverley (9 Vols) The Pirate - The Fortunes of Nigel - Peveril of the Peak - Quentin Durward ; Tales and Romances of the Author of Waverley (9 Vols) St Ronan's Well - Redgauntlet - Crusaders - Woodstock or The Cavalier ; Historical Romances (8 Vols.) Ivanhoe - The Monastery - The Abbot - Kenilworth Full set of Tales, Novels and Romances (without the poetical works), in its nice original binding of the time. Good set (slighlty rubbed on edges of a few spines) Anglais

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        Mémoire sur la fortification primitive, pour servir de suite au traité de la défense des places fortes.

      Paris, Bachelier 1823 - Crown quarto. Pp. xxxvi, 51. Plus 2 engraved plates, one with multiple figures, bound at end. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, gilt morocco lettering-piece to spine, old military institutional stamp to half-title and another inside, small old ticket near spine, remnants of bookplate on first paste-down; spine rubbed in places, inner hinges weak, corner-tips chafed, various minor age-related blemishes. Good, wide-margined copy, preserved entirely in the original state, very good interior. ~ First edition. Lazare Nicolas Marguerite, Comte Carnot (1753-1823), "Le Grand Carnot", French mathematician and engineer, general and a politician, Minister of War in 1800 and Minister of Internal Affairs during the Hundred Days. In 1815 he was made Count of the French Empire by Napoleon. Carnot favoured fortresses and defensive strategies. He bequeathed some influential works on fortification, the mot known perhaps is "De la défense des places fortes" (Paris, 1810) which went through four editions and was also translated into English. The Encyclopaedia Britannica (11th edition, 1910) has described his "Mémoire sur la fortification primitive" as "One of the more important works on the subject of fortification and siege war", and the book has been listed as such together with the works of the great fortification theoreticians Dürer, de Ville, Coehoorn, Vauban, Noizet, as well as the later writers Plessix and Legrand, Ritter von Brunner, and Delambre. Jordan 0621. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tagebuch über Napoleons Leben, seit dessen Abdankung, am 15.Junius 1815. Eine treue Uibersetzung des Mémorial de Sainte-Hélène. Band 1 bis 12 komplett sowie 1 Band Nachträge. [Von Emmanuel de Las Casas].

      Dresden, in der Arnoldischen Buchhandlung 1823-1825. - Frakturdruck. Mit gefalteter Kupfertafel (Grundriss Longwood House) und großer, mehrfach gefalteter Kupferstichkarte (Insel St. Helena). Umfangreiche wichtige Quelle zu Napoleons Leben nach seiner Verbannung. - Kircheisen 4142. - vgl. Fromm 14366 [oft fälschlich 41366]. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Übersetzung. Das umfangreiche, hier mit allen Nachtragsbänden vorliegende Werk gehört zu den bedeutendsten Werken über das Privatleben des Kaisers Napoleon nach dessen endgültiger Verbannung auf St. Helena. Die große Falttafel (30 x 39 cm) zeigt eine Landkarte der Insel. Enthält vier Ergänzungsbände 'Nachtrag zu Las Cases Tagebuche über Napoleon's Leben oder kritische Bemerkungen und noch nicht bekannt gemachte Anekdoten zur nothwendigen Ergänzung und Berichtigung jenes Werkes' in einem Band. - Der Marineoffizier und Staatsmann Las Cases (1766-1842) hatte sich bei Napoleons endgültiger Verbannung die Erlaubnis erbeten, diesen ins Exil begleiten zu dürfen. Auf der Insel schrieb er die ihm diktierten Memoiren nieder, half durch seine Sprachkenntnisse als Vermittler mit den Engländern und setzte sich bei den Monarchen des Aachener Kongresses vergeblich für eine Milderung der Strafe ein. - Kanten minimal berieben, Ecken bestoßen. Deckel mitunter leicht leimschattig. Kopfschnitte leicht angestaubt. Notizen alter Hand mit Tinte auf den Vorsätzen, Stempel auf den Titeln, sonst innen, von gleichmäßiger leichter Bräunung abgesehen, sehr gut und sauber. - Schönes und intaktes Exemplar der in dieser Vollständigkeit seltenen und historiographisch interessanten Biographie aus Napoleons Zeit im Exil. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2500 8° (20 x 12,5 cm) Halblederbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Titel und Bandzahl auf zweifarbigen Rückenschildern, Rückenvergoldung, rotgefärbten Schnitten und schönen Griesmarmor-Vorsätzen. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. 12 Teile sowie 4 Bände Nachträge.in insgesamt 5 Bänden (= so vollständig). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht ('Würtemberg. Die Stadt Ehingen.').

      - Lithographie v. Adolph Kunike, 1823, 25,5 x 35

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        Un an a Rome et dans ses environs. Recueil de dessins lithographiés, répresentant les costumes, les usages et les cérémonies civiles et religieuses des états romains et géneralement tout ce qu'on y voit de remarquable pendant le cours d'une année.

      Firmin-Didot, 1823. Cm. 42, pp. (4) 44 di testo esplicativo. Grande vignetta al frontespizio e 72 tavole in litografia in fine coloritura coeva. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle verde con punte, dorso liscio con titoli e fregi in oro. Esemplare di grande freschezza e che si distingue per l'ampiezza dei margini e l'eccellente stato di conservazione. Appartenente alla prima tiratura. Si tratta di una delle più belle pubblicazioni su Roma dell'800. Il volume venne disegnato da Thomas, litografato da Francois Villain e pubblicato a Parigi in dispense a partire dal 1822. Frutto della permanenza di Thomas a Roma il cui soggiorno fu dedicato a realizzare schizzi e disegni che documentassero feste, giochi, cerimonie e avvenimenti di una capitale sacra e profana. Cfr. Colas 2872; Lipperheide 1309; Brunet V-833.

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        The Horticultural Repository. Containing delineations of the best varieties of the different species of English Fruits.

      1st. Ed. Pub. London. [1820] -1823 - Two volumes bound as one. Ex Stoke-on-Trent City Library copy, bound in ochre coloured boards - near fine condition. Spine indicates ‘Vol. I’, but it is in fact both volumes, complete with the 104 hand-coloured plates as called for (7 fold-out). Neat blind-stamp on title page through to p.2 and first plate, no further lib. markings. Measures 9 1/4 in by 5 3/4 in., with some plates trimmed when rebound. Volume 1 has full-title (not half title); whilst in volume 2 both full and half-titles removed. Overall contents very clean and in near fine condition. Two of the fold-out plates show some superficial wear to image at folds. Overall a very good, ex-library copy of this scarce and sought after work. ‘The best English fruit varieties were featured.in Brookshaw’s ‘Horticultural Repository’, which laid out verbally and visually the essential observations for a successful fruit plantation.’ (from ‘Pomona Britannica’, (2002) pub. Taschen). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wrestliana; or, an Historical Account of Ancient and Modern Wrestling

      Printed By R. Gibon, Whitehaven 1823 - Book measures 7 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches. Collation, 170pp. Bound in modern half calf, calf corners, cloth boards, gilt title lettering. Calf slightly faded, lightly rubbed on edges, [ slightly amateurish binding ]. Internally, light persistant staining or browning. Pages in good condition. A good copy, of a rare book. Size: Small 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Istituzioni di dritto civile napolitano modellate sopra quelle del dritto civile francese

      si vende nel Gabinetto Letterario, 1823. Tre volumi di cm. 21,5, pp. xvi, 256; 312; 328. Graziosa leg. coeva in piena perg. rigida con titoli su doppio tass. e fregi floreali in oro al dorso. Piccola mancanza ad un tassello del primo volume, sporadiche fioriture e trascurabili macchiette. Ben conservato. Claude Etienne Delvincourt (1762-1831), celebre giurista parigino, iniziò la carriera accademica come civilista a soli ventotto anni. Condizionato negli incarichi dagli eventi della rivoluzione e della restaurazione Delvincourt giunse a pubblicare nel 1808 quest'opera, apertamente ispirata alle istituzioni giustinianee, che precede idealmente il monumentale corso di diritto napoleonico, edito nel 1824. Verosimilmente prima traduzione italiana. Cfr. Iccu..

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        Asiatic Islands and New Holland [The World in Miniature], being a description of the manners, customs, character, and state of the various tribes by which they are inhabited.

      First Edition, 291+288 pages sider, London for R.Ackermann, 1823, Bound in 2 very fine small 10x15 cm half calf with raised bands and golddecorarion and goldprint on spines, spine faded Illustrated by 26 handpainted engravings

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        Mann mit Barett und Knebelbart.

      - Federlithographie, 1823, auf hellbraunem Papier. 29,8:23,7 cm. Literatur: Dussler 103a (Reuter);Winkler 404.34. Inkunabel der Lithographie und sehr selten! Nach einer vierjährigen Lehre bei dem späteren Blumenmaler K. Röthig erhielt Kirchhoff die Erlaubnis in der Gemäldegalerie des Berliner Schlosses nach älteren Meistern zu kopieren. Nach abgelegter Prüfung wurde er von J. G. von Schadow (1764 - 1850) in die Lehrklasse der Akademie aufgenommen. Nach Beendigung des Studiums widmete er sich hauptsächlich der Porträtmalerei, wozu er von seinem späteren Schwiegervater Wilh. Reuter (1768 - 1834) angeregt worden war. Er beschäftigte sich zusätzlich aber auch mit der Lithographie, später war er dann hauptsächlich als Illustrator tätig.

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        Ritratti ed elogi de' Liguri illustri

      G. Gervasoni, Genova - 1823 e seguenti. In-folio atlantico (415x275 mm.), cc. nn. 344, con 70 ritratti a piena pagina realizzati in litografia da Giambattista Gervasoni (il quale fu pioniere a Genova, prima fra le città italiane, in questa tecnica di stampa). Bella legatura coeva in mezzo marocchino verde con punte, dorso con titoli e fregi di gusto neoclassico incisi in oro. Magnifica edizione che si rivela però di assai mediocre valore sotto il profilo storico e biografico (mentre riveste oggi notevole importanza per la storia dell'arte della stampa su pietra). Venne distribuita progressivamente in 14 fascicoli, ognuno dei quali doveva contenere 5 ritratti (per un totale di 70 ritratti). I fascicoli 15 e 16, che nel progetto editoriale contenevano anche il titolo e l'indice dell'opera, non vennero mai impressi per il fallimento commerciale del Gervasoni. Il nostro esemplare, pertanto, contiene tutto il pubblicato. Opera estremamente rara. Bibliografia: Manno, VI, 26812 (esemplare di 64 tavole). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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