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        J.M. ELFORD'S MARINE TELEGRAPH; OR, UNIVERSAL SIGNAL BOOK...BEING ALSO THE KEY TO THE PATENT TELEGRAPH, INVENTED BY THE AUTHOR, CAPABLE OF MAKING 9330 PROGRESSIVE CHANGES, BY USING THE FIGURES FROM 1 TO 6 ONLY

      Charleston: Printed by Archibald E. Miller, 1823.. 75,[4]pp. plus handcolored frontispiece, and 8pp. addenda. Original marbled paper boards with leather spine, reinforced with old linen. Corners lightly worn, inner hinges cracked but sewing tight. Contemporary ownership inscription on flyleaf and rear pastedown. Minor scattered soiling, but generally quite clean internally. Very good. A rare instructional work on a patented system of ship communication, using just six telegraphic flags. Elford taught navigation and nautical astronomy in Charleston. The frontispiece depicts "Marine, Telegraphic flags." Quite an early American signal book. Though there were other early systems in America, not all the inventors published books. Elford's marine visual system depended on six uniquely patterned flags, and on a "conversation flag." These are illustrated in this book, along with a glossary of words and sentences, and their numerical equivalents, which would be signaled by means of the flags. A sheet of testimonials has been pasted on the inside of the front board, at the bottom of which is a list of agents. Lemuel Moody of Portland is the first name listed - it would be interesting to know if he used Elford's system to signal from his observatory. The front flyleaf is inscribed, "Ship Marengo of New Orleans, B. Wood, Master." On the following blank is a handcolored illustration with manuscript showing the four flags that would signal Marengo's identifying number. The supplement which follows the text is 4pp. long in this volume - an unusual variation. It is followed by an 8pp. MARINE TELEGRAPH REGISTER listing ships and their identifying numbers. SHAW & SHOEMAKER 12436. RINK 3984.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Storia della scultura dal suo risorgimento in Italia fino al secolo di Canova. Per servire di continuazione all' opere di Winkelmann e di d' Agincourt. Volume II, III, IV, V, VI and VII.,

      Prato : Per I Frat. Giachetti, 1823-1825. - 6 Volumes. 6 of 7 Volumes, all from the 2nd Edition. Published in 1823, 1824 and 1825. From private Collection, small Writings from former Owner on Endpapers. Covers in good Shape, Edges slightly rubbed, Spines browned. Pages with light Foxing. The first 15 Pages of Volume III show Water Stains. Good Condition! // 6 von insgesamt 7 Bänden aus der 2. Auflage, erschienen in den Jahren 1823, 1824 und 1825. Aus Privatsammlung. Schöne gemusterte Pappeinbände aus späterer Zeit, an den Kanten leicht berieben, Buchrücken etwas nachgedunkelt. Seiten leicht stockfleckig. Die ersten 15 Seiten von Band III mit Wasserflecken. Vorsatz jedes Bandes mit dezenten Eintragungen des Vorbesitzers versehen. Bindungen bei allen Bänden fest. Guter Gesamtzustand! mbx atx Sprache: it Gewicht in Gramm: 4200 Edizione seconda, riveduta ed ampliata dall' autore.

      [Bookseller: Antiq. Bookfarm/ Sebastian Seckfort]
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        Melodien zu August Hartung's Lieder-Sammlung für Schulen / herausgegeben von August Neithardt.

      Dümmler, Berlin 1823 - VI ( Vorrede, Inhaltsverzeichnis ), 94 Seiten Noten, Halblederband der Zeit, 8° ( 23 x 20,5 cm ). Aus der Vorrede: " Die Melodien zur Hartung`schen Liedersammlung, welche sich des allgemeinen Beifalls erfreuet, und bereicht die achte Auflage erlebt hat, sind im Jahre 1794 im Druck erschienen, aber schon seit langer Zeit vergriffen. Daher bin ich von dem Herrn Professor August Hartung aufgefordert worden, aus jenen vorhandenen Melodien die zweckmäßigsten zu wählen und zu ordnen, das noch Fehlende zu ergänzen, und hiebei das Fassungsvermögen und den gewöhnlichen Stimmen-Umfang der heranwachsenden Jugend sorgsam zu berücksichtigen. " Unter den insgesamt 113 wiedergegebenen Liedern: " Was ist des Deutschen Vaterland - Der freiwillige Reiter - Lied auf den König - Friedenslied - Die Engel der Kindheit - Fischerlied - Schul-Kinderlied - Das Kinderspiel - Wiegenlied - Reiterlied für kleine Knaben - Die kleinen Stickerinnen - Die Näherin - Der blühende Flachs - Spinnlied - Ballade - Hochzeitlied " Von schlechter Erhaltung: Einband stark berieben, Ecken und Kanten stark bestoßen, etwas fleckig. Innen alte Besitzstempel " Wilhelm Fischer - Musikdirektor, Berlin, Fürbringerstraße 8, Conservatorium für Musik " auf Vorsatz und Titelblatt. Innen durchgehend stärker stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten mit stärkeren Randläsionen, 1 Seite quer eingerissen, 3 Seiten mit Eckabriß, einige Seiten beschädigt oder mit kleineren Einrissen ( aber ohne Text- oder Notenverlust ), einige Seiten tintenfleckig, Papier abgegriffen. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 350 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Fels Wittgenschloß genannt im Ernstthal bey Glashütte".

      - Aquarell und Deckfarben, auf Velin, verso signiert und datiert „T. Faber del 1823". 27,7:22,4 cm. Verso von älterer Hand mit Bleistift beschriftet: „Der Fels ist jetzt von der Straße .abgesprengt u i die Straße unmittelbar an dieselbe verlegt, .". Von 1801-1804 war Faber Schüler der Dresdener Akademie bei C.G. Fechhelm (1732-1816), anschließend bis 1814 Schüler J.C. Klengels (1751-1824). Aus finanziellen Gründen arbeitete er anfangs verstärkt als Radierer und Lithograph für Buchhändler. 1819/1820 wurde er zum Pensionär und Mitglied der Dresdener Akademie berufen, von 1815-1834 unterrichtete er u.a. am Freimaurer-Institut in Dresden. Zu seinen bedeutendsten Schülern dort zählte F. von Rayski (1806-1890). Faber führte die Tradition Klengels in der Dresdener Landschaftsmalerei fort und wurde zwischen 1820 und 1830 von C.D. Friedrich (1774-1840) beeinflußt. Auch gehörte er zu den Dresdener Künstlern, die neben A. Graff (1736-1813), J.W. Mechau (1745-1808), E.F. Oehme (1797-1855), C. Götzloff (1799-1866) und L. Richter (1803-1884) von dem Kunstsammler und Kunstschriftsteller Johann Gottlob von Quandt (1787-1859) gefördert wurden. Seit 1801 war Faber regelmäßig auf den Dresdener Akademieausstellungen vertreten. Im Mittelpunkt seines Schaffens stand die realistische Darstellung seiner Heimat Sachsen und der umgebenden Länder, vor allem aus Schlesien. Ernstthal ist ein Ortsteil der Glasbläserstadt Lauscha und unmittelbar am Rennsteig gelegen. Es gehört zum Thüringer Schiefergebirge, umgeben von den Städten Sonneberg, Ilmenau und Saalfeld.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("CH. Rauch").

      [Berlin], 1. November 1823.. 1 S. Gr.-8vo.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten mit einer Abrechnung seiner Kosten über 169 Taler und 10 Groschen: "Auch nehme ich mir die Freiheit Sie zu fragen ob Sie die Spedition von 13 Kisten mit Marmorarbeit nach Paris auf dem Wasserwege unternehmen würden? (nemlich über Hamburg u. s. w.) Dienstag oder Mittwoch könnten dieselben schon verladen werden wenn Gelegenheit dazu sich findet, die Kisten sind nur klein [...]". - Leicht gebräunt; mit kleineren Läsuren am linken Rand und wohl aus der Hand des Adressaten stammender Notiz auf der Verso-Seite.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        LA PENTECOSTE. Inno di colla traduzione latina in doppio metro dell'Abate Luigi Bellò Direttore di quest'I. R. Liceo.

      Manini,, Cremona, 1823 - in-8, pp. 22, bross. edit. con cornici xilogr. ai piatti. Rara tiratura della seconda edizione dell'inno manzoniano la cui editio princeps uscì nel 1822 in soli 50 esempl. Nella prefazione il tipografo giustifica l'opera per la grande richiesta ("essendone stata cobn rapidissimo spaccio del tutto esaurita l'unica edizione di Milano") e vi aggiunge la doppia versione in versi latini, esametri e jambici, curata dall'Abate Bellò. Cat. Hoepli 229. Perfetto stato di conservazione su carta forte, a pieni margini. [236]

      [Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico]
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        The Plays of ... accurately printed from the text of the corrected copies left by the late George Steevens, Esq., and Edmond Malone, Esq. with Mr. Malone's various readings; a selection of explanatory and historical notes, from the most eminent commentators; a History of the Stage, and a Life of Shakespeare; by Alexander Chalmers

      London: Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington; T. Egerton ., 1823. New edition. With Chandos frontispiece portrait engraved by Fry, plates. 8 vols. 8vo. Contemporary half green straight grained morocco and boards. Contemporary gift inscription at head of title pages. Some rubbing at heads of vols. 4,6,7, and at foot of vol. 1, some minor foxing. Very good.

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        Peter von Cornelius (1783 Düsseldorf-Berlin 1867), im Hausrock mit Künstlermütze; Büste im Dreiviertelprofil nach rechts, 1852. Peter von Cornelius, Büste im Profil nach links.

      - 2 Holzstiche mit ockerfarbenen Tonplatten gedruckt und mit weißen Lichtern, auf China. Darstellungsgröße 17,5:15,2 cm, bzw. 17,5:15 cm, Blattgröße 38:51,2 cm. Gedruckt von C.C. Meinhold & Söhne, Dresden; erschienen im Commissionsverlag Gaber & Richter, Dresden. Mit den faksimilierten Zeilen von Cornelius‘ Hand unter dem linken Bildnis: „Zweifeln mag und grübeln im Reiche des Wissens der Forscher / Doch in den Sphären der Kunst erleuchte der Glaube die Bahn. / P. v. Cornelius" und unter dem rechten Bildnis, vermutlich – von Elise Crola - die faksimilierten Zeilen: „Wenn ich Ihn nur habe / laß ich grau mich selbst". Probedrucke. Bei dem Holzschneider, von dem beide Porträts stammen, handelt es sich vermutlich um August Gaber (1823 Köppernig/Neiße_Berlin 1894), Schwiegersohn Ludwig Richters, der auch für diesen, Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld u.a. in Holz geschnitten hat. Der Verlag Gaber & Richter löste sich 1860 auf. Dieser Umstand läßt eine recht genaue Datierung der Holzschnitte zu, nämlich zwischen 1852 und 1860. Die Vorzeichnung zu dem linken Bildnis entstand 1852 anläßlich eines elftägigen Besuches von Cornelius und seiner Familie im Haus des Künstlerehepaares Crola in Ilsenburg. (Vgl. Ausst. Katalog: G. Ilte, Elise Crola. Romantische Zeichnungen. Wernigerode, 2008, S. 22/23). Die Zeichnung befindet sich noch heute im Besitz der Familie Cornelius. Dass Bildnis rechts ist vermutlich zu einem anderen Zeitpunkt entstanden, da die Haare von Cornelius länger sind als auf dem linken Porträt, und grau. Elise Crola, Tochter eines Bankiers, wuchs in einem künstlerisch-musisch orientierten Elternhaus auf. Hier verkehrten neben Wissenschaftlern auch Maler und Bildhauer wie W. von Schadow (1788-1862), Chr.D. Rauch (1777-1857), C.J. Begas (1794-1854), C.W. Wach (1787-1845) und ihr Vetter E.J.F. Bendemann (1811-1889), der spätere Direktor der Dresdner Gemäldegalerie. Ihre Eltern förderten die künstlerische Begabung ihrer Tochter – auch Schadow, der sie in jungen Jahre porträtiert hatte („Die Poesie"), empfahl ihren Eltern, das Talent ihrer Tochter zu fördern. So erhielt sie früh Zeichenunterricht durch den Porträt- und Miniaturmaler J.F. Zimmermann (tätig 1796-1838). Im Alter von 18 Jahren heiratete sie den vierzehn Jahre älteren Baron K.H.L. von Weiher; die kinderlose Ehe wurde 1836 auf Drängen ihrer Familie und gegen ihren Willen geschieden. Kurz darauf lernte sie in Berlin den Maler Georg Heinrich Crola (1804-1879) kennen, sie trafen sich wieder in Ilsenburg, wo sie sich bevorzugt aufhielt, und heirateten 1840. Gemeinsam entschied man, in Ilsenburg sesshaft zu werden und erwarb schließlich 1847 ein großes Haus. Obwohl sie fünf Kinder gebar, unternahm sie gemeinsam mit ihrem Mann nicht nur zahlreiche Fahrten nach Berlin, Dresden und auf die Insel Rügen, sondern auch nach Dänemark, Schweden und in die Alpen. Zudem führten sie in Ilsenburg ein reges gesellschaftliches Leben. Zu ihren Künstlerfreunden zählten u.a. P. von Cornelius (1783-1867), L. Richter (1803-1884) und W. von Kügelgen (1802-1867). Elise zeigte zudem ein ausgeprägtes soziales Engagement und wurde zur Wohltäterin der Alten und Armen. Nicht näher zu spezifizierende Beschwerden zwangen sie jedoch zu Reisen, z.B. eine vermutlich anderthalbjährigere Reise gemeinsam mit ihrem Mann 1854 in die Schweiz. Auch zwei längere Aufenthalte in Italien zwecks Erholung sind zu belegen. Ihr künstlerisches Schaffen, sie arbeitete meist mit dem Bleistift, selten in Aquarell, wird von figürlichen Themen, Porträts, Tierdarstellungen, Veduten und Landschaften bestimmt. Daneben betätigte sie sich bildhauerisch (Porträts). Später bemalte sie auch Porzellane und Gebrauchsgegenstände. Im Hüttenmuseum Ilsenburg wurde Ende der 1990er Jahre eine Crola-Stube eingerichtet.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        EL SUPREMO PODER EJECUTIVO DE LAS PROVINCIAS UNIDAS DEL CENTRO DE AMÉRICA. -- POR CUANTO LA ASEMBLÉA NACIONAL CONSTITUYE DE LAS MISMAS PROVINCIAS HA ACORDADO LO QUE SIGUE. [caption title]

      Guatemala. July 15, 1823.. [5]pp. plus initial integral blank. Folio, folded sheets. Untrimmed. Small dampstain to outer margin. Very clean. Near fine. A declaration outlining the guidelines of leadership within the Federal Republic of Central America. In July of 1823 Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Costa Rica met in Guatemala City, newly independent from Mexico, to form the Federal Republic of Central America. Leadership was in triumvirate and the document provides intricate detail regarding the expectations of those in executive power. The Federal Republic remained intact until 1840, after a series of disputes between liberals and conservatives caused the Republic to fall into civil war and dissolve. Only one copy is located, in the National Library of Chile.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Pompeji, der Jupitertempel an der Via Stabiana.

      - Bleistift auf Velin, links unten bezeichnet und datiert „Il tempio di Giove a Pompei li 15 Settembre 31.", in der Mitte signiert (?) „Wiegmann". 29:35,5 cm. Provenienz: Drei nicht identifizierbare Sammlerstempel. Wiegmann war vielseitig tätig als Architekt, Maler, Graphiker und Kunstschriftsteller. Ersten Unterricht in der Baukunst erhielt er bei dem Oberlandbaumeister Wedekind in Hannover und studierte danach ab 1823 an der Göttinger Universität Kunstwissenschaften. Seine eigentliche künstlerische Ausbildung folgte dann bei dem Architekten Gg. Moller (1784-1852) in Darmstadt. Von dort aus trat er 1828 eine für ihn sehr wichtige Studienreise nach Italien an. In Rom, wo er sich vorwiegend aufhielt, beschäftigte er sich mit der Architektur des Altertums und antiken Wandmalereien. Zurück in Hannover war er hauptsächlich als Maler tätig, es entstanden Architekturansichten meist mit italienischen Motiven. In Düsseldorf, wohin er 1835 übergesiedelt war, nahm er eine bedeutende Rolle im Kulturleben ein. Seit 1836 bis zu seinem Tode war er Professor für Baukunst und Perspektive an der Akademie. 1838 baute er das Wohnhaus für W. von Schadow (1788-1862) und 1840 ein Doppelhaus für seine Professorenkollegen J.W. Schirmer (1807-1863) und C.F. Sohn (1805-1867). Von großer Bedeutung waren auch Wiegmanns zahlreiche Veröffentlichen auf dem Gebiet der Kunstgeschichte.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        The Mirror of literature, amusement and instruction

      33 - London - J.Limbird, 1823 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Half leather bindings with marbled boards. Thirteenbooks each containing two volumesof this periodical covering a wide range of subjects. The first twenty two volumes collate complete plus volumes 47 and 48 and 51 and 52. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement and Instruction ran from 1823 - 41. These volumes are illustrated throughout with engravings in the text. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm with all covers firmly attachedexcepton the book containing volumes XV and XVI on which the spine and rear board are detached from the binding though present. The hinge here is also cracked. There is some very minor wear to the extremities including bumping to the corners and rubbing to the boards. There are library stamps in all books. Internally clean and bright. There is some spotting, mainly to the front and rear of each text, as well as some handling marks and slight age toning within the text. Overall these books are in good condition..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery; including Researches and Discoveries on the eastern Coast of West Greenland, made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool

      Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co, 1823. First edition. 2 folding maps, 2 folding plates and 4 others. xlii, 472 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Recent half green morocco and boards. Maps and plates backed with cloth. Leaf A1 crudely repaired at gutter and along edges, occasional traces of smoke in margins. A very good copy.

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        A treatise on the art of making wine from native fruits;

      exhibiting the chemical principles upon which the art of wine making depends; the fruits best adapted for home-made wines, and the method of preparing them. ...... Second edition.Frederick Accum, the London-based German chemist, was noted as a propagandist for coal-gas, and a scourge of the food industry and its nefarious "adulterations", on the one hand, and notorious for his scandalous spoliation of books at the Royal Institution library on the other. His Treatise on the art of making wine from native fruits is a rather charming little book providing the reader with useful recipes for making wine from local fruits - gooseberries, currants of various kinds, elderberries, mulberries, raspberries, cherries, cowslips, peaches, and so forth, in addition, of course, to native British grapes.12mo., with an engraved vignette of a wine press on the title-page, (2) + viii + (9)-92 + xxiii + (1)pp., including the half-title and final 24pp. of reviews of other Accum books, original boards, rebacked and restored, uncut. A very good copy with the contemporary signature of "Robert Ridsdale 1828" on first Preface page., 1823. For the 1st ed. of 1820 see Cagle 536; Gabler p.4; Noling p.21; Simon Bb 16; and Wellcome II, p.11.. exhibiting the chemical principles upon which the art of wine making depends; the fruits best adapted for home-made wines, and the method of preparing them. ...... Second edition. Frederick Accum, the London-based German chemist, was noted as a propagandist for coal-gas, and a scourge of the food industry and its nefarious "adulterations", on the one hand, and notorious for his scandalous spoliation of books at the Royal Institution library on the other. His Treatise on the art of making wine from native fruits is a rather charming little book providing the reader with useful recipes for making wine from local fruits - gooseberries, currants of various kinds, elderberries, mulberries, raspberries, cherries, cowslips, peaches, and so forth, in addition, of course, to native British grapes. 12mo., with an engraved vignette of a wine press on the title-page, (2) + viii + (9)-92 + xxiii + (1)pp., including the half-title and final 24pp. of reviews of other Accum books, original boards, rebacked and restored, uncut. A very good copy with the contemporary signature of "Robert Ridsdale 1828" on first Preface page.

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        State of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1822

      "The volume was written anonymously under the signature of 'A Civil Servant of the Colony', and it is claimed that it is 'a plain narrative of whatever may have attracted general attention', whilst the editor, Mr. H.T. Colebrook, states in his Preface, 'I have inserted brief notes at the foot of the page; and subjoin a few annotations on topics of interest, upon which I am desirous of delivering my own sentiments at greater length'. The author, a public official, had opportunities of inspecting Government papers, estimates, and statistics, and with regard to these matters, the volume may be taken to accurately represent the position of the Cape colony at this period. Full particulars are given with reference to the system of Government, Courts of Law, and Burgher Senate, the 'enregisterment of slaves', together with notes upon agriculture, viticulture, whale-fishing, &c. &c. There is an interesting description of Cape town, and 'of the manners, customs, and habits of its people'. the remarks are by no means uniformly complimentary to the Dutch inhabitants, and reflect in a curious light the somewhat primitive state of the majority of the population." [Mendelssohn loc. cit.]8vo., two folding maps, both rather foxed, viii + (4) + 377 + (1)pp., small repair to title-page, not affecting printed surface, contemporary green half calf over marbled boards, spine fully gilt with raised bands and label, with minor wear to extremities. Overall a very good copy in a pleasing binding., 1823. First edition. Mendelssohn p.127.. "The volume was written anonymously under the signature of 'A Civil Servant of the Colony', and it is claimed that it is 'a plain narrative of whatever may have attracted general attention', whilst the editor, Mr. H.T. Colebrook, states in his Preface, 'I have inserted brief notes at the foot of the page; and subjoin a few annotations on topics of interest, upon which I am desirous of delivering my own sentiments at greater length'. The author, a public official, had opportunities of inspecting Government papers, estimates, and statistics, and with regard to these matters, the volume may be taken to accurately represent the position of the Cape colony at this period. Full particulars are given with reference to the system of Government, Courts of Law, and Burgher Senate, the 'enregisterment of slaves', together with notes upon agriculture, viticulture, whale-fishing, &c. &c. There is an interesting description of Cape town, and 'of the manners, customs, and habits of its people'. the remarks are by no means uniformly complimentary to the Dutch inhabitants, and reflect in a curious light the somewhat primitive state of the majority of the population." [Mendelssohn loc. cit.] 8vo., two folding maps, both rather foxed, viii + (4) + 377 + (1)pp., small repair to title-page, not affecting printed surface, contemporary green half calf over marbled boards, spine fully gilt with raised bands and label, with minor wear to extremities. Overall a very good copy in a pleasing binding.

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        Commentaires sur les Lois Anglaises ?

      Paris: [Firmin Didot for] Bossange ? Rey et Garvier ? Aillaud, 1823. First Chompré translation, first Paris edition. Traduits de L'Anglais due la Quinzième Édition par N.M. Chompré. xxxi, [i], 622, [2]; [iv], 636, [2]; [vi], 594, xxviii, [2]; vi, 579, [3]; vi, 554, [2]; vi, 410, liv, 117, [3] pp. 6 vols. 8vo. Contemporary red half morocco and red paper-covered boards, flat spine divided into five compartments with gilt filet and gilt Greek key roll, titled and numbered in two compartments, "coiffes Lyonnaises" headcaps. Some light foxing throughout, still a beautiful, near fine set. Armorial bookplates partially removed from each volume. A beautiful set of the first Paris edition of Blackstone's Commentaries of the Laws of England, translated by Chompré from the London edition of 1809. The first edition in French, translated from the 1770 fourth English edition by August Pierre Damiens de Gomicourt, was published in Brussels in six volumes, 1774-6. A pirated edition, it was not a particular faithful translation and was superseded by this authorized edition of 1822-3.

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        "Der Fels Wittgenschloß genannt im Ernstthal bey Glashütte".

      . Aquarell und Deckfarben, auf Velin, verso signiert und datiert "T. Faber del 1823". 27,7:22,4 cm. Verso von älterer Hand mit Bleistift beschriftet: "Der Fels ist jetzt von der Straße ...abgesprengt u i die Straße unmittelbar an dieselbe verlegt, ...".. Von 1801-1804 war Faber Schüler der Dresdener Akademie bei C.G. Fechhelm (1732-1816), anschließend bis 1814 Schüler J.C. Klengels (1751-1824). Aus finanziellen Gründen arbeitete er anfangs verstärkt als Radierer und Lithograph für Buchhändler. 1819/1820 wurde er zum Pensionär und Mitglied der Dresdener Akademie berufen, von 1815-1834 unterrichtete er u.a. am Freimaurer-Institut in Dresden. Zu seinen bedeutendsten Schülern dort zählte F. von Rayski (1806-1890). Faber führte die Tradition Klengels in der Dresdener Landschaftsmalerei fort und wurde zwischen 1820 und 1830 von C.D. Friedrich (1774-1840) beeinflußt. Auch gehörte er zu den Dresdener Künstlern, die neben A. Graff (1736-1813), J.W. Mechau (1745-1808), E.F. Oehme (1797-1855), C. Götzloff (1799-1866) und L. Richter (1803-1884) von dem Kunstsammler und Kunstschriftsteller Johann Gottlob von Quandt (1787-1859) gefördert wurden. Seit 1801 war Faber regelmäßig auf den Dresdener Akademieausstellungen vertreten. Im Mittelpunkt seines Schaffens stand die realistische Darstellung seiner Heimat Sachsen und der umgebenden Länder, vor allem aus Schlesien. Ernstthal ist ein Ortsteil der Glasbläserstadt Lauscha und unmittelbar am Rennsteig gelegen. Es gehört zum Thüringer Schiefergebirge, umgeben von den Städten Sonneberg, Ilmenau und Saalfeld.

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        Oeuvres choisies. Odes, cantates, épitres et poésies diverses ornées de son portrait

      Janet et Cotelle, Paris 1823 - Grand in-8 (238 x 158 mm), XV - 583 pp., veau rose, dos à quatre nerfs orné or et à froid, pièces de maroquin noir, filets noirs, points or et décor à froid sur les plats, dentelle aux angles des coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure signée Bibolet). Exemplaire imprimé sur papier vélin, orné d'un portrait de l'auteur gravé par Dequevauwiller, d'après de la Guiche. Ex-libris Auguste-P. Garnier. (dos passé, frottements sur les charnières, coupes et coins, deux petits trous au bas de la charnière du premier plat, mouillure en haut du portrait, légères rousseurs). // Tall octavo (238 x 158 mm), XV - 583 pp., pink calf, spine tooled in gilt and blind raised on four bands, black morocco labels, black fillets, gilt dots and blind tooling on covers, dentelle on corners of turns-in, inner dentelle, gilt edges (binding signed Bibolet). Copy on vellum paper, illustrated with a portrait of the author engraved by Dequevauwiller, after de la Guiche. Bookplate Auguste-P. Garnier. (spine faded, rubbings on hinges, turns-in and corners, two small holes on bottom of first cover, water-stain on top of the portrait, light spots).

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        Four Autograph Letters, Signed

      Barley Wood, 1823. Minor wear, old folds. 1. "H More" to William Perry. Barley Wood: 21 November 1811 and 2 January 1813. 4-1?2 pp., folded sheet (190 x 230 mm), with integral address panels. Condition: seal tears affecting some text. Provenance: Christie's London, April 1981, lot 185, £20, Quaritch. 21 November 1811: A letter thanking Mr. Perry for his "Christian conduct and advice" regarding a troublesome schoolmistress at Shipham, and asking him to visit and advise her, too: "She must turn over a new leaf, or, to use a vulgar phrase , she will make Shipham too hot to hold her. I wish she may not have done so already." 2 January 1813: More continues with the same concern as in her earlier letter: "I am too anxious about these undeserving Shiphamites 'How shall I give thee up O Ephraim'?" 3. [MORE, Hannah (1745-1833). Autograph letter signed "H More" to Sir Abraham Elton. (182 x 225 mm). Barley Wood. December 4, 1823. Condition: traces of former mounting. Provenance: George Milne, sale, Christie's New York / Stonehill, 5 December 1991, lot 353 (part of) $1600, C.A. Stonehill. More thanks Sir Elton for his kind letter, and congratulates him on his acquaintance with a lady "of whom I have heard nothing but good...I rejoice that your solitude will be relieved by the english of a companion so very well suited to embellish and improve it." 4. MORE, Hannah (1745-1833). Autograph letter signed "H More" to an unnamed correspondent. Barley Wood: 22 June, n.y. 1 p. (227 x 185 mm). Condition: seal hole backed with card, and tear to right edge repaired with tape, tear to bottom. Provenance: from John Wilson, July, 1986. More asks the unnamed male recipient to forward "the enclosed letter" to a Mr. Legh Richmond, as she cannot find the address herself "on any map", and reports on her own ill health: "...still bad, but it is the will of God...I have kept my room more than six months". (4).

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        Pompeji, der Jupitertempel an der Via Stabiana.

      . Bleistift auf Velin, links unten bezeichnet und datiert "Il tempio di Giove a Pompei li 15 Settembre 31.", in der Mitte signiert (?) "Wiegmann". 29:35,5 cm. Provenienz: Drei nicht identifizierbare Sammlerstempel.. Wiegmann war vielseitig tätig als Architekt, Maler, Graphiker und Kunstschriftsteller. Ersten Unterricht in der Baukunst erhielt er bei dem Oberlandbaumeister Wedekind in Hannover und studierte danach ab 1823 an der Göttinger Universität Kunstwissenschaften. Seine eigentliche künstlerische Ausbildung folgte dann bei dem Architekten Gg. Moller (1784-1852) in Darmstadt. Von dort aus trat er 1828 eine für ihn sehr wichtige Studienreise nach Italien an. In Rom, wo er sich vorwiegend aufhielt, beschäftigte er sich mit der Architektur des Altertums und antiken Wandmalereien. Zurück in Hannover war er hauptsächlich als Maler tätig, es entstanden Architekturansichten meist mit italienischen Motiven. In Düsseldorf, wohin er 1835 übergesiedelt war, nahm er eine bedeutende Rolle im Kulturleben ein. Seit 1836 bis zu seinem Tode war er Professor für Baukunst und Perspektive an der Akademie. 1838 baute er das Wohnhaus für W. von Schadow (1788-1862) und 1840 ein Doppelhaus für seine Professorenkollegen J.W. Schirmer (1807-1863) und C.F. Sohn (1805-1867). Von großer Bedeutung waren auch Wiegmanns zahlreiche Veröffentlichen auf dem Gebiet der Kunstgeschichte.

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        Involuntary Thoughts

      London: Thomas M'Lane, Repository of Wit and Humour, 1823. First Edition. With six hand-colored plates (of eight), each plate containing two or more subjects. 1 vols. Oblong 8vo. Full green morocco, front wrapper preserved at back. Marginal repair at foot of one plate, not enetering image. Tooley cites eight plates, from the British Museum copy, but notes, "M'Lean's advertisement of this work in A Touch at the Fine Arts calls for 6 plates only." The six plates in this set correspond exactly to the six in the Dixon collection (sold 1937) and, like that set, two of the plates are dated 1823, the rest 1824. A humorous look at life's vicissitudes (under the caption "More Friends and less need of them" a startled host and hostess, presiding over an already over-crowded dinner table see an additional horde of unexpected guests enter the room; "A Fowl Conspiracy" shows two men stealing chickens; in "May the endeavour to Please be crown'd with success" a polite man and woman bow to one another and inadvertantly cause all sorts of havoc in the street). Alken was an early and spirited illustrator of Murphy's Law, "If things can go wrong, they will." Attractive copy of a classic collection.

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        Voyage en Espagne, dans les années 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, ou recherches sur les arrosages, sur les lois et coutumes qui les régissent.

      - París-Imp. de Mme. Huzard, 1823. 21 cm. Dos vol.: (I) 446 pág. (II) 373 pág. Ilustr. con 6 lám. calcográficas, fuera del texto. mapas. Dos vol. con las cubiertas mudas, lomeras deslucidas, algún punto de óxido. Las láminas corresponden a: 1) noria catalana; 2) azudes en el río Mijares; 3) azudes de Tormo y Mestalla; 4) mapa de la acequia real de Alcira; 5) niveles de agua en diferentes cuencas. CCPB 000336676-6. Biblioteca Nacional de Francia BNF 36023323. (10018-2). Viajes España. Agricuultura. Riego.

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        The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary,

      Bungay: J and R Childs, 1823 In relaid blue marbled boards, new brown quarter calf spine, with gilt and blind tooling, titles in gilt to green morocco label. Internally, small old binders label & owners label (John Ingleby, Austwick, 1832) to fpd, portrait frontis, [5], (vi-xxxi), 495 pp, 5 pls (includes the frontis), 2 columns per page, some browning, does not contain the additional 1822 eng tp that some copies have. (Bitting, p 139; Oxford, p 152; Simon BG 542).

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        The Netherlands; Containing a Description of the Character, Manners, Habits and Custumes of the Late Seven United Provinces, Flanders and Brabant. Illustrated with Eighteen Coloured Engravings

      R. Ackermann, London [1823]. 12mo, VIII+241 pages. 18 hand-coloured plates. Contemporary brown half-calf with gilt and blindtooled decorations on the spine. Corners slightly bumped.. From the charming, illustrated series The World in Miniature

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        Commentaires sur les Lois Anglaises ?

      Paris: [Firmin Didot for] Bossange ... Rey et Garvier ... Aillaud, 1823. First Chompré translation, first Paris edition. Traduits de L'Anglais due la Quinzième Édition par N.M. Chompré. xxxi, [i], 622, [2]; [iv], 636, [2]; [vi], 594, xxviii, [2]; vi, 579, [3]; vi, 554, [2]; vi, 410, liv, 117, [3] pp. 6 vols. 8vo. Contemporary red half morocco and red paper-covered boards, flat spine divided into five compartments with gilt filet and gilt Greek key roll, titled and numbered in two compartments, "coiffes Lyonnaises" headcaps. Some light foxing throughout, still a beautiful, near fine set. Armorial bookplates partially removed from each volume. A beautiful set of the first Paris edition of Blackstone's Commentaries of the Laws of England, translated by Chompré from the London edition of 1809. The first edition in French, translated from the 1770 fourth English edition by August Pierre Damiens de Gomicourt, was published in Brussels in six volumes, 1774-6. A pirated edition, it was not a particular faithful translation and was superseded by this authorized edition of 1822-3.

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        Album Lithographique annee 1823. A Paris chez Delpech Quai Voltaire N. 23.

      . Enthält 7 Bll. Kreidelithographien mit Szenen aus der romantischen Literatur u.a. zu Sir Walter Scotts Ivanhoe. Je 28:36,8 cm. Darunter 2 Bll. Von Horace Vernet Beraldi XII, 166 und 168)..

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        Land Grant of 60 Acres in the District of Sussex, Van Diemen's Land, to Thomas Ikin, Signed by Sir Thomas Brisbane

      Sydney: 30th June, 1823. Manuscript on vellum measuring 305 x 385 mm., paper seal preserved, very good condition. Early colonial land grant near Hobart Town. Grant of 60 acres in near Hobart Town awarded to the son of a soldier of the New South Wales Corps, and signed by Governor Brisbane.In November 1820 Thomas Brisbane, then in command of the Munster district in Ireland, was appointed Governor of New South Wales. He arrived in the colony on 7 November 1821 and took the command from Governor Lachlan Macquarie on 1 December. He granted land to sons of established settlers only if their fathers' properties had been considerably improved, and to immigrants in proportion to their capital. Thomas (Moore) Ikin (1795-1860) was born in Sydney and died in Hobart. He was a son of Obadiah Ikin, who arrived in Sydney on the Second Fleet as a member of the New South Wales Corps. Obadiah Ikin received several land grants in his time.This grant of some sixty acres was located in the county of Sussex in Van Diemen's Land, comprising the present-day suburbs of Forcett and Dodges Ferry on the eastern side of Hobart.

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        VOYAGE EN ESPAGNE DANS LES ANNÉES 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819 ou recherches sur les arrosages, sur les lois et coutumes qui les régissent, sur les lois domaniales et municipales, considérés, comme un puissant moyen de perfectionner l'agriculture française; par M. Jaubert de Passa,. Orné de six cartes.

      París 1823 - Materia: Libro antiguo del siglo XIX, Viajes por España, Agricultura. Regadios, Canales Publicación: A Paris; Chez Madame Huzard, 1823. Primera edición. Descripción fisica: 2 tomos. Cuarto menor (21 cm.) Tomo primero: Anteportada, Portada, XXIV páginas, 446 p,aginas, incluida anteportada y portada. Tomo segundo: Portada, anteportada, IV páginas, 373 páginas, 6 láminas plegadas. Encuadernación holandesa piel de época con nervios y dorados en el lomo. Conservación: Buen estado, puntos de oxidación e los 2 tomos. Revisado completo de texto y de grabados. Notas:Primera edición del libro de F. Jaubert de Passa sobre los regadíos de Cataluña y Valencia ELL1 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary,

      Bungay: J and R Childs, 1823 In relaid blue marbled boards, new brown quarter calf spine, with gilt and blind tooling, titles in gilt to green morocco label. Internally, small old binders label & owners label (John Ingleby, Austwick, 1832) to fpd, portrait frontis, [5], (vi-xxxi), 495 pp, 5 pls (includes the frontis), 2 columns per page, some browning, does not contain the additional 1822 eng tp that some copies have. (Bitting, p 139; Oxford, p 152; Simon BG 542).

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        Esquisses Historiques des Principaux Evénemens de la Révolution Francaise

      depuis la convocation des États-Géneraux jusqu'au Rétablissement de la Maison de Bourbon. 5 vols. + index. 1st edit. Paris: Baudouin Frères 1823-25. Med 108 kobberstukne plancher. Samt. hlvldr. med farvede titelfelter samt forgyldning.With 108 engraved plates. Contp. halfleather with gilt spines and green title-labels

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        GUIDE DU VOYAGEUR EN ESPAGNE -

      JANET LOUIS 1823 - R320066705: 666 pages - Coiffe en tete abimée. Pliures en coins de l'ouvrage. 1 etiquette collée en coiffe en pied -2 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES DONT LA TABLE DES MATIERES. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Coiffe en pied abîmée. Pliures Classification Dewey : 90-Livres rares [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Berlin, 1823. - 2 SS. 4to. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Freund: "Ich bin so frey Ihnen durch Überbringen dieses Herrn Musikdirektor Beuller bestens zu empfehlen. Er spielt ganz vortrefflich Piano Forte [ ]". - Gefaltet und gebräunt.

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        A Catalogue of the Celebrated Collection of Pictures of John Julius Angerstein, Esq. Containing a Finished Etching of Every Picture, and Accompanied with Historical and Biographical Notices by John Young, Engraver in Mezzotinto to His Majesty, andKeeper of the British Institution

      London: John Young and Hurst Robinson, 1823. First Edition. Text and title-pages in French and English. 42 etched plates after paintings after Raphael, Rembrandt, Rubens, Corregio, Carracci, et. al, by John Burnet, R.W. Sievier, and others. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary half black roan and pink boards, somewhat rubbed, small chip at head; text and plates fine, with all tissue guards present. Armorial bookplate of F.B. Reaston on front pastedown. The Formation of the National Gallery of London A superb catalogue of this important collection, which formed the nucleus of the National Gallery. Angerstein was a wealthy merchant and a notable philanthropist, as well as a passionate amateur of art. "Aided by Sir Thomas Lawrence, and in some instances by Benjamin West, he acquired the collection of pictures which formed the nucleus of our National Gallery...In 1823 he died, and in 1824 a vote of 60,000£ enabled the government to obtain for the nation the greater part of these pictures...The catalogue of the gallery shows that many of our richest treasures were secured by this purchase" - DNB.

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        The Complete Angler

      London: John Major, 1823. First Major Edition, Large Paper issue. Frontispiece, 14 engraved or etched copperplate on India proof paper, and 77 woodcuts in the text. 1 vols. 8vo. Beautiful copy in the original boards, with printed paper spine label (upper joint splitting, else fine and fresh). In full green morocco pulloff case. First Major Edition, Large Paper issue. Frontispiece, 14 engraved or etched copperplate on India proof paper, and 77 woodcuts in the text. 1 vols. 8vo. Large Paper Edition in Original Boards. The 1823 Major edition represents one of the most beautifully illustrated editions of Walton ever issued. With its wealth of woodcuts and copperplates engraved or etched by various artists, it far surpassed its predecessors in attractiveness, particularly in the large paper state. In fact, the book was so esteemed from the beginnning, that one ususally finds copies bound in full leather. Here is the Large Paper edition in the original boards, as it came from the printer. Rare thus.

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        The Social Day: A Poem, in Four Cantos

      London: Printed by J.(ames) Moyes, Greville Street for James Carpenter & Son, Old Bond Street; and R. Ackermann, Strand, 1823. First Edition, Large Paper copy. Engraved title, portrait, and 30 engraved plates with India proofs before letters tipped in. xvi, [16], 354, [4] pp. 1 vols. 4to (11 x 7-1/2 inches). Bound in full purple morocco by Zaehnsdorf in an EXHIBITION BINDING with gilt stamp on back pastedown, original paper label tipped in at back, with price for Large Paper Copies stated as "£4. 4." and also marked "Subscriber's Copy." Open-faced purple morocco slipcase. The First Steel-Engraved Plate?, LARGE PAPER, WITH INDIA PROOFS The plate on page 288, "Silent the guest surveyed the crowd", engraved by Charles Warren, the leading protagonist of steel-engraving at this time, is dated 1822, and has traditionally been considered to be the first steel-engraved book illustration. Basil Hunnisett, in Steel Engraved Book Illustrations in England, expresses doubts as to whether it actually was engraved on steel, suggesting that the first may be Warren's engraving of Adam and Eve for an 1822 edition of Paradise Lost. Whatever the case may be, Coxe's poem - a paean to the pleasures of rural pastimes, especially sporting amusements - is beautifully illustrated in this sumptous Ackermann production. Berry and Poole, in Annals of Printing, dates the first steel engravings at 1823, but does not cite a specific book. The book has an illustration by Constable, one of the first artists lending their work to this new media. A note at the front of the book and on the list of subscribers identifies this as Scottish artist David Wilkie's copy. He painted the scene after which the plate at page 288 was engraved.

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        The Complete Angler

      London: John Major, 1823. First Major Edition, Large Paper issue. Frontispiece, 14 engraved or etched copperplate on India proof paper, and 77 woodcuts in the text. 1 vols. 8vo. Beautiful copy in the original boards, with printed paper spine label (upper joint splitting, else fine and fresh). In full green morocco pulloff case. First Major Edition, Large Paper issue. Frontispiece, 14 engraved or etched copperplate on India proof paper, and 77 woodcuts in the text. 1 vols. 8vo. Large Paper Edition in Original Boards. The 1823 Major edition represents one of the most beautifully illustrated editions of Walton ever issued. With its wealth of woodcuts and copperplates engraved or etched by various artists, it far surpassed its predecessors in attractiveness, particularly in the large paper state. In fact, the book was so esteemed from the beginnning, that one ususally finds copies bound in full leather. Here is the Large Paper edition in the original boards, as it came from the printer. Rare thus.

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        Der Gauner oder Schilderung des gewerbsmäßigen Verbrechers am Eigenthume aus Gewinnsucht nach seiner Menge und Schädlichkeit, in seinem Betriebe, nach seinem Aeußern und als Inquisiten

      Güstrow, Ebert 1823.. 2 Bll., 362 S., 1 Bl. Hldr. im Stil d. Zt. Nicht bei Huelke-E. - Selten. Ab S. 340 das Kapitel "Etwas über die Gauner-Sprache". - Leicht gebräunt, Vorsatz mit altem Namenszug.

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        Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the Years 1819, 20, 21, and 22 With an Appendix on Various Subjects Relating to Science and Natural History

      London: John Murray 1823, 2nd Edition. () xv,783pp. Near fine. Quarto (28 X 22.5 cm.) Bound in contemporary full polished calf. Spine ruled in six compartments. Five raised bands. Two tone morocco labels. Heavily gilt decoration. Gilt edges and inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers and edges to match. Rebacked at an early date with original spine relaid. Old minor library stamp of Ruthin Castle on the rear of the front endpaper. Thirty one plates (including twelve hand-coloured) and four folding maps (at end). Separately issued portrait of Franklin used as a frontispiece. A fine clean crisp copy in a very attractive binding. AB 5194. Classic overland travel narrative with an important appendix on natural history. The journey made to the mouth of the Coppermine,travelled overland some 5,500 miles with the aid of canoes, during which many of the party died from cold, hunger, or murder.The plates were engraved by Finden, from drawings by Hood and Back. This is the unrecorded second edition of the Narrative as stated on p. XIV of the introduction. It has all of the charts dated Nov. 1823. This issue has a brand new chart entitled "An Outline to Shew the Connected Discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry & Franklin. This version also has an exta colour plate from Hooker's Flora Boreali-Americana which is thought to be the 31st plate. The main variation on the text relates to Richardson's Botanical Appendix which is expanded in this version. The best and most interesting issue of the Quarto Franklin, made even better with the rare separately issued portrait..

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        Photiou tou Patriarchou Lexeon Synagoge. Photii Lexicon e codice Galeano descripsit Ricardus Porsonus. 2 Teile in 1 Bd.

      Leipzig CHF Hartmann 1823 - XII, 316 S.; 2 Bll., S. (1) 318-750. HLdr. d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden mit RSch. Mit "Blomfield's Review of Hermann's Photius" zur Ausg. "Photius [Constantinopolitanus]: Lexicon e duobus apographis / edidit Godofredus Hermannus Lipsiae: Crusius, 1808" in: Edinburgh Review XLII, 1813 (16 S.). - Leder mit 2 kl. Wurmfraßstellen, Deckel mäßig beschabt, Vors., erste u. letzte Bll. leimschattig, Besitzverm. v. alter Hand aV. - Photios (um 820 - um 891), byzantinischer Gelehrter, Theologe u. Dichter, 858-867 u. 877-886 Patriarch von Konstantinopel, "einer der klügsten, gelehrtesten u. erfahrensten Männer seiner Zeit" (Jöcher, Comp. Gelehrten-Lex. II, Sp. 562) verfaßte neben anderen Werken dieses Lexikon zum Verständnis der Sprache antiker Autoren u. der Bibel (Wilpert, Lex. d. Weltlit., S. 1271). - Zu dem englischen Altphilologen Richard Porson (1759-1808), Professor in Cambridge, vgl Zischka, Allgem. Gelehrten-Lex., S. 510. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Delineations of Fonthill and Its Abbey An Illustrated History and Description of Fonthill Abbey

      Shaftesbury and London: By the Author and Charles Knight and Co. 1823. xxiv, 112, (6) pp. Half green leather over marbled boards. Gilt lettered spine. The boards and extremities are quite rubbed and there are two split joints at the head and tail of the spine. Various marks and spots to text and plates. Lacks half title. Early private library bookplate to ffep. Thirteen engraved plates, of which three are hand-coloured. Plate 1 is a map of the Fonthill domain, which is complete but badly torn and creased. There is an additional unnumbered plate showing the southwest view of the abbey. An uncut large paper copy. Mounted onto the last leaf is an engraved Rutter coat of arms showing Fonthill Abbey in the background. This copy purchased from the Rutter family. Abbey Scenery 418. . Very Good. Half Leather. 1823. Folio.

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        Photiou tou Patriarchou Lexeon Synagoge. Photii Lexicon e codice Galeano descripsit Ricardus Porsonus. 2 Teile in 1 Bd

      Leipzig, C.H.F. Hartmann, 1823. . Hard Cover. XII, 316 S.; 2 Bll., S. (1) 318-750. HLdr. d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden mit RSch. Mit "Blomfield's Review of Hermann's Photius" zur Ausg. "Photius [Constantinopolitanus]: Lexicon e duobus apographis / edidit Godofredus Hermannus Lipsiae: Crusius, 1808" in: Edinburgh Review XLII, 1813 (16 S.). - Leder mit 2 kl. Wurmfraßstellen, Deckel mäßig beschabt, Vors., erste u. letzte Bll. leimschattig, Besitzverm. v. alter Hand aV. - Photios (um 820 - um 891), byzantinischer Gelehrter, Theologe u. Dichter, 858-867 u. 877-886 Patriarch von Konstantinopel, "einer der klügsten, gelehrtesten u. erfahrensten Männer seiner Zeit" (Jöcher, Comp. Gelehrten-Lex. II, Sp. 562) verfaßte neben anderen Werken dieses Lexikon zum Verständnis der Sprache antiker Autoren u. der Bibel (Wilpert, Lex. d. Weltlit., S. 1271). - Zu dem englischen Altphilologen Richard Porson (1759-1808), Professor in Cambridge, vgl Zischka, Allgem. Gelehrten-Lex., S. 510.

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        Travels Comprising Observations Made During a Residence

      1823. BAKEWELL, Robert. Travels Comprising Observations Made During a Residence in the Tarentaise, and Various Parts of the Grecian and Pennine Alps, and in Switzerland and Auvergne, in the years 1820, 1821, and 1822. Two volumes. xvi, 381, [1]; [viii], 447, [1] pp. Illustrated with 4 full-page hand-coloured aquatints signed R. Bakewell del. and I Clark sculpt. plus several woodcut illustrations throughout text. 8vo., 214 x 134 mm, bound in three-quarter contemporary English green morocco, matching marbled paper over boards, gilt-tooled and lettered spines. London: Longman, Hurst, etc., 1823. |~||~||~||~| First Edition, a Presentation Copy, "to Dr. Macauly with the author's best respects." A fine Regency travel account through Switzerland, France and Northern Italy during the height of the Grand Tour. Robert Bakewell was a geologist, who offers general accounts of Annecy, the Valley of Thones, Aix les Bains, Chamonix, Geneva, Lausanne, Interlaken, Grindelwald, the Wengen Alps, Berne, Laggo Maggiore, Evian, Clermont, etc., and numerous observations following the author's inclinations toward all aspects of geology. Joints of volume with minor rubbing, a near fine copy. Abbey, Travel 56. Tooley 75. Prideaux 327.

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        Hints on Ornamental Gardening:

      1823. PAPWORTH, John Buonarotti. Hints on Ornamental Gardening: Consisting of a Series of Designs for Garden Buildings, Useful and Decorative Gates, Fences, Railings, etc. Accompanied by Observations on Principles and Theory of Rural Improvement, interspersed with Occasional Remarks on Rural Architecture. 110, [2] pp. Illustrated with a coloured aquatint frontispiece and 28 plates, all coloured aquatints except the first which is uncoloured and has a flap. 4to., 275 x 183 mm, bound in twentieth-century three-quarter green morocco by Riviere. London: R. Ackermann, 1823. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition. One of the best known of the English early nineteenth-century books devoted to gardens. John Papworth (1775-1847) was a successful architect and artist and founding member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He also designed residential interiors and practiced as a landscape designer. The colour aquatints include images of English rustic huts, an aviary, rustic bridges, a picturesque dairy, a conservatory, a fountains, an apiary, alcoves, garden seats, fences, gates and railings, etc. Plates with occasional watermark "J Whatman Turkey Mills." This is the second of two works by Papworth (the first being Rural Residences) which were published using plates previously appearing in Ackermann's Repository of the Arts. "A necessary companion volume to the author's Rural Residences and of greater rarity" (Abbey, Life, p. 33). Rebacked, original spine laid-down. Abbey, Life 46.

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        Notice Sur Le Second Voyage De M. F. Cailliaud, Lue A L'Assemblee Generale De La Societe De Geographie, Le 27 Decembre 1822

      [Paris: Impr. Plassan, 1823]. 8vo., Pp. 51-102, Bound Laid Rag, Good with staining throughout, boards missing, remaining portions of spine indicate red rot, minor losses, creasing, edge wear, some damp stains & minor foxing, last few pages loose. Some pages uncut. Text in French.

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