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        Universal technological dictionary or familiar explanation of the terms used in all arts and sciences. Containing definitions drawn from the original writers and illustraated by plates, diagrams, cuts & c.

      London, Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1823.. Halbleder. 2 Bände, komplett mit zusammen 60 Stahlstichtafeln ! Restaurierte schwarze Halbledereinbände mit roten Rückenschildern und dezenter Rückenvergoldung. Ecken und Kanten bestoßen und berieben. Band 1 mit Fehlstelle an der unteren Ecke. Auf den Titelblättern mehrfach mit Stempeln versehen ! A33b.001

      [Bookseller: Buchhaus Stern-Verlag e.K.]
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        Parallele der französischen und deutschen Chirurgie. Nach Resultaten einer in den Jahren 1821 und 1822 gemachten Reise.

      Leipzig, C. H. F. Hartmann, 1823.. XII, 483 S. Pappband der Zeit mit farbigem Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung (etwas berieben und bestoßen).. Seltene erste Ausgabe. - Hirsch/H. I, 118; Lesky 19. - Bekannte Schrift des berühmten Mediziners, die er nach eigenen Beobachtungen 1822 auf einer Reise durch Frankreich machte. In Paris lernte er Dieffenbach kennen, eine Bekanntschaft, die nicht ohne Einfluss auf Ammons Förderung der plastischen Chirurgie blieb. Im vorliegenden Werk setzte er sich die Aufgabe, nicht nur ein Bewunderer, sondern ein Kritiker des Zustandes der Chirurgie in dem einen und andern Lande zu sein. Es gelang ihm auch die unparteiische Beurteilung sehr gut. (H. /H.). - F. A. v. Ammon war der Hauptvertreter der Dresdner Schule und hat auf dem Gebiet der Chirurgie und Augenheilkunde Bahnbrechendes geleistet. - Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem. Besitzvermerk des Mediziners Muret, 1827. - Zu Beginn stockfleckig, Titel stärker, sonst nur vereinzelt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH vorm. L]
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        Anzeigebuch aller Haus- und Grundeigenthümer der königlichen Haupt- u. Residenz-Stadt München und der fünf Vorstädte: Schönfeld-, St. Anna-, Isar-, Ludwigs- und Maximilians-Vorstadt, nach der neuesten fortlaufenden Numerierung der Besitzungen und mit Angabe ihrer unveränderlichen Namen. Für das Jahr 1823. Dieser Anzeige sind angehängt: 1) Eine alphabetische Aufführung aller königlichen Geschäftsstellen und Aemter, so wie aller Staats, und andern öffentlichen Anstalten, und die Angabe, wo dieselben zu finden. 2) Ein Personalverzeichniß des Magistrats der königlichen Haupt- und Resldenz - Stadt München und der Ersatzmänner desselben. 3) Ein Personalverzeichniß der Gemeindebevollmächtrigten und ihrer Ersatzmänner. 4) Eine Angabe der 34 Distriktsvorsteher und der ihnen zugetheilten Distrikte. 5) Die Anzeige der Wohnungen aller ausübenden königlichen Advokaten und Aerzte. 6) Ein Verzeichniß der Hebammen und ihrer Wohnungen. 7) Alle Straßen, Gäßchen, Plätze nach alphabetischer Reihenfolge und mit ihren treffenden Besitznumern. 8) Ein vollständiges Register. - Herausgegeben von Dr. Carl Friedrich August Müller, Inhaber des Schreib-Bureaus in München. Weinstraße Nro. 1627.

      München: Gedruckt bey Ernst August Fleischmann 1823.. VIII, 148 S. Marmor. OPappbd. 21x13 cm. (Versandstufe 2).. - Buchecken bestoßen, S. etw. fleckig, Titelei u. 1 Bl. m. hinterlegter Fehlstelle (Ecke) ohne Textverlust, 1 Bl. mit kl. Ausriss, mit 8 farb., vom Vorbesitzer montierten Registern. -- Eines der frühesten Adressbücher Münchens. -- Wir akzeptieren VISA und MASTERCARD. Credit cards accepted. --

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat im Kloster - www.antiquariat]
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        Memoire 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 Memoire 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: Proprietes nouvelles et remarquables reconnues au sous-oxide de platine, au sulfure oxide et a la poussiere de meme metal. - 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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        Lettre de Madame de Sevigne, de sa famille, et de ses amis. Augmentee de plusieurs lettres inedites, des cent cinq lettres publiees en 1814 par Klostermann... par M. Gault-de-Saint-Germain.

      Paris, Dalibon 1823.. 12 Bde. Hellbraune Halbkalbsleder der Zeit über 4 erhabenen Bünden, signiert R. Herting und Müller. (Gelenke der Bände 1, 9 u. 11 angeplatzt, kleinere Fehlstelle am unteren Kapital von Bd. 7).. Mit 24 (von 25) Porträtkupfern, gestochen nach Deveria. Es fehlt das Porträt Bossuets in Band 7. Exlibris der Bibliotheque de Broglie. Dekorativ gebundene Ausgabe.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung zum Wetzste]
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        Wien, seine Geschicke und seine Denkwürdigkeiten.

      Wien, Franz Härter, 1823-1825.. Zwei Jahrgänge (27 Hefte) in 9 Bänden (= alles Erschienene). Mit 9 gest. Titeln, 13 gefalt. gedr. Tabellen bzw. Stammtafeln und 53 gest. und lithograph., teils gefalt. Tafeln. Grüne Halblederbände der Zeit mit Rückentitel und -vergoldung. Lesebändchen. 8vo.. Ein nach Nebehay/W. vollständiges Exemplar mit insgesamt 66 Beigaben der so praktisch nie vorkommenden Reihe. "Das Werk erschien ursprünglich in 2 Jahrgängen mit 27 Einzelheften und wurde erst später zu 9 Bänden zusammengefaßt [...] Die Kollation dieses für die Geschichte Wiens bedeutenden Werkes ist meist außerordentlich schwierig, da die Anzahl der Kupferstiche und Lithographien schwankt. Als vollständig können Exemplare angesehen werden, die 66-68 Tafeln und Tabellen [...] aufweisen. Die Tafeln 59 (Das Burgtor von Nobile) und 60 (Cortisches Kaffehaus im Volksgarten) sind allem Anschein nach nur einem Teil der ausgegebenen Exemplare beigebunden worden. Aber auch mit 66 Beigaben ist das Werk selten" (Nebehay/W.). - Dekorative Reihe in hübschen Wiener Einbänden der Zeit, innen durchgehend etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Aus der Viennensia-Sammlung Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Engel. - Nebehay/Wagner 267. Gugitz I, 32. Slg. Mayer 192 (fehlen 5 Kupfer). Slg. Eckl IV, 155 (fehlen 5 Kupfer).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Taschenwörterbuch der Romanisch-Deutschen Sprache. / Dictionar (Lexicon) da Tasca dilg Linguaig Romansch-Tudesc. 2 Teile (in 1).

      Zürich, Orell, Füßli u. Comp. 1823 u. 1828.. X, 265(1); 4 Bll. 191(1) S. Restaurierter Halblederband mit dez. Streicheisenverzierung u. hübschem neuem Kleisterpapier-Deckelbezug. Vorsätze erneuert; Namenseintr. u. Stemp. auf dem Titelbl.. Bibliogr. Retorumantscha 1504; Bautz XV, 415-417. Erste Ausgabe dieses ersten Wörterbuches des im Schweizer Kanton Graubünden gesprochenen Rätoromanischen und der deutschen Sprache. Herausgegeben von Matthäus (Mattli) Conrad (1745-1832). "Besondere Bedeutung haben jedoch seine rätoromanischen Lieder und Gedichte, die für die Sprachentwicklung in der Talschaft Schams sehr wichtig wurden, sowie seine Deutsch-romanische Grammatik, die eine der ersten Versuche ihrer Art war" (Bautz). - Das vorliegende Wörterbuch erhielt großes Lob von seinem Widmungsträger Wilhelm v. Humboldt, der C. in einem Brief mitteilte "Sie können gewiss auf den Dank aller Sprachforscher rechnen, und die Ueberzeugung haben, dass dadurch ächte Wissenschaft wahrhaftig gefördert worden ist"

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Handbuch der Wechsel- und der Wechsel-Arbitragen-Rechnungen, für Bankiere, Kaufleute und Contoristen. Enthält 2115 Original-Wechsel- und Wechsel-Arbitragen-Aufsätze, und erklärt die dazu erforderlichen Curs-Zettel. Bearbeitet, und zum bequemen Gebrauche alphabetisch geordnet, von Johann Wenzel Suchanek, Prager bürgerlichem Kauf- und Handelsmanne, und mit Erläuterungen begleitet von Johann Michael Leuchs.

      Nürnberg. Im Verlag des Contors der Handlungs-Zeitung. 1823.. 8°. XX, 524 S. Pappband der Zeit mit Papierrückenschild.. Erste Ausgabe. - Stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein]
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        GERMAN POPULAR STORIES Translated from the Kinder und Haus Märchen, collected by M.M. Grimm from Oral Tradition

      C. Baldwyn/ James Robins, London, 1823 / 1826. C. Baldwyn/ James Robins, London, 1823 / 1826. Two volumes. First English edition, first issue with adverts at the end of volume I dated November 1822. Title page in the first state without the umlaut in "Marchen" on volume I. 12mo, (191 mm x 115 mm). In original paper covered boards, with Cruikshank illustrations to the covers. Volume II with original green cloth spine and printed paper label, over red paper boards. Translation by Edgar Taylor. Both volumes neatly rebacked, replacing the lower section of the spine on volume I. Covers of Volume I surprisingly bright, with some wear but the design remains clear and lettering easily visible. Spine lettering is distinct. Contents are fine and uncut, with some offsetting to the text opposite the plates. Volume II is in generally nice condition, with some rubbing to the label, all lettering clearly legible. The contents are clean and uncut, with some offsetting to text pages opposite the etchings. An exceptional survival of an historic piece of children's literature. Preserved in custom made quarter morocco box. Volume I has an engraved title page and eleven etchings by Cruikshank. Volume II has engraved title page vignette and nine etchings. Originally published in German in 1812-1814, this first English translation, and the first to be illustrated, held a great appeal to children and adults alike. It is regarded as the first illustrated children's book in the modern sense. The tales were gathered by the brothers over a period of years, taken from oral renditions of folk and fairy tales. They include some of the best known fairy tales in existence, such as Hansel and Grethel, The Frog Prince, Rumplestiltskin, Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel. Cruikshank's illustrations for these tales are amongst his finest work. In 1857 John Ruskin said of the etchings, "If you ever happen to meet with the two volumes of "Grimm's German Stories" which were illustrated by him long ago, pounce on them instantly; the etchings in them are the finest things, next to Rembrandt's, that, as far as I know, have been done since etching was invented." Exceedingly rare in the original boards, with only one other copy recorded at auction in the last sixty years.

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books]
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        4 letters signed (three as "Noel Byron, Pair d'Angleterre", one with initials).

      Genoa, 1823.. 4to. Altogether (1+¾+¾+½ =) 3 pp. on 7 ff. 3 letters with integral address-leaves, 1 with address on the reverse.. These four evocative letters, written in Italian and in the hand of Count Pietro Gamba (the brother of his beloved Teresa Guiccioli), were written while Byron was making his final preparations for his voyage to Greece, where he was to die nine months later "that Greece may still be free". Their addressee is the Greek patriot Giorgio Vitali (1776-1854) at Leghorn, from an ancient Venetian family and the commander of the Ionic vessel "Hercules" that Byron wanted to take. (I) In the first letter (June 30), Byron declines an offer of passage in Vitali's ship and explains that he has already hired an English brig for the voyage; (II) the second (July 7), rescheduling his departure to July 12: "[...] Capisco che il momento del forte conflitto e giunto [...]". (III) In the third (July 9), stating that in order not to lose a moment of his time, he has resolved not to make a stop at Leghorn except to take him on board along with an other English gentleman (James Hamilton Browne), and asking Vitali to tell his compatriots to have any despatches and instructions relating to his mission ready for his arrival. (IV) In the fourth (July 12), delaying his departure until July 14, and telling Vitali that by passing through Leghorn they should not drop anchor in order to avoid pointless expense and waste of time. - Byron was to bid farewell to Teresa and board the "Hercules" on 13 July, the day after writing the last of the present letters. However, his departure was to be delayed by calms, and then a storm. By some accounts, his mood at this time was despondent, almost fatalistic. During the delay he went on shore again to visit the house outside Genoa that he had shared with Teresa; as her brother recalled: "His conversation was somewhat melancholy on our way to Albaro, he spoke much of his past life, and of uncertainty of the future, 'where', said he, 'shall we be in a year?'" (quoted by Leslie A. Marchand, Byron: A Biography [1957] III, 1089). They eventually set sail from Genoa on the 16th. During the couple of days spent at Leghorn, Byron received a verse-tribute from Goethe and dashed off his famous reply: "I sailed from Genoa some days ago - was driven back by a Gale of Wind - and have since sailed again - and arrived here (Leghorn) this morning to receive on board some Greek passengers for their struggling country" (22 July 1823). They set sail once again on 24 July, and finally reached Cephalonia on 2 August. - These letters are not published in Marchand's edition of Byron's Letters and Journals (1973-1994). Each with small seal-tears, otherwise in fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        "An Elisa. Am 20sten May 1823". Eigenh. Gedicht (48 Zeilen) mit U. ("K. Förster").

      O. O., 30. V. 1823.. 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to.. "Schaurig zieht ein banges Ahnen | Durch die Erde weit und breit, | Pfadlos irrt auf dunkeln Bahnen | Sonder Licht der Sohn der Zeit, | Ach! es will der Tag entweichen! | Nächt'ge Larven ziehen ein! | Wenn die letzten Sterne bleichen, | Wer dann soll der Retter sein? [...]". - Der Sohn des Theologen Johann Christian Förster war Professor für deutsche Sprache, Literatur und Moral, "machte die Bekanntschaft vieler Schriftsteller (u. a. Ludwig Tieck) und hatte den Ruf eines profunden Kenners der älteren italienischen Literatur. Förster übersetzte zahlreiche Werke aus dem Italienischen (u. a. Dante und Petrarca) und schrieb romantische Lyrik sowie literaturhistorische Abhandlungen, darunter einen 'Abriß der allgemeinen Litteraturgeschichte' (4 Bde., 1828-30)" (DBE).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Atlas Portatif Et Complet Du Royaume De France .

      1823 - General map plus 86 of each Province, descriptive text, 30 pp index, errata, in cont half calf, marbled boards, gilt panelled spine. A charming and attractive pocket atlas in unusually fresh condition illustrating and describing the towns, their history and industry, each region and its economy, with post roads and other major routes marked on the detailed maps. From the library of Marie Caroline, Duchesse de Berry (1798-1870). Married at the age of 18 to Charles Ferdinand, Duc de Berry, heir apparent to the French throne but murdered two years later, the Duchesse ended her life in exile in Austria. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonathan Potter Ltd ABA ILAB]
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        Numismata Orientalia Illustrata. The Oriental Coins, Ancient and Modern, of his Collection, Described and Historically Illustrated.

      London, printed for the Author by Cox and Baylis, 1823-1825.. 4to (298 x 240 mm). Two parts in one vol. Half-titles to each part. 57 engraved plates, drawn and engraved by J. Swaine. Uncut. Contemp. green cloth, rebacked at a later date, red morocco lettering piece. Later slipcase.. Presentation copy of the first edition of the catalogue of Marsden's collection of the ancient coins of the Middle East and Asia: a watershed in the history of numismatics. In 1771, Marsden entered the service of the East India Company in Sumatra, spending eight years in the region devoting himself to its language and history. Upon his return to London, he published a noted history of Sumatra, which earned him election as a Fellow of the Royal Society and encouraged his further study of the languages and history of the Islamic world. Marsden's association with Sir Joseph Banks, Nevil Maskelyne, Alexander Dalrymple, James Rennell, Charles Blagden, William Herschel and others led to an appointment as a secretary in the Admiralty. It was at this time that his interest in the Orient led to his forming an important library and numismatic collection. - In 1805, Marsden acquired the Cufic coin collection of Sir Robert Ainslie (1730-1812), the British Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. Ainslie had spent 16 years in Constantinople and during his time there purchased the collection of L'Abbe Beauchamp, the French consul-general at Baghdad, and then augmented it with further specimens. The strength of the Ainslie collection was in early Arabian numismatics. Marsden, in turn, added considerably to the cabinet by procuring examples of ancient coins from the Indian sub-continent, as well as Nepal, Asam, Bengal, China, Sumatra and other regions. Marsden's collection of 3,400 coins were presented to the British Museum in 1834. - The collection was the first significant "Oriental" collection formed in Great Britain. Marsden's privately-printed catalogue, which included ancient examples from Turkey, Egypt, Syria, Persia, Morocco, India, Siam, Sumatra, Java, Japan, China and elsewhere, is considered a watershed in the history of numismatics. The plates for the engravings of the coins survived and was re-issued, without text, in the second half of the 19th century, attesting to the importance of the collection. The first edition of Marsden's catalogue, however, is very rare. This a presentation copy inscribed by the author to Mountstuart Elphinstone (1779-1859), Scottish statesman and diplomat, envoy to the court of Kabul, Lieutenant Governor of Bombay and author of a noted early English history of India. - Very rare; a single copy in auction records of the past decades (Sotheby's, 1987). - Lowndes 1217. Howgego M55. Graesse IV, 417. Not in Atabey, Blackmer or Cordier.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Die Dammthor-Straße aus Norden. Kolorierter Kupferstich.

      Nürnberg, Konrad Riedel, 1823.. 18,2 x 28,0 cm. Gebräunt, oberer Rand wellig. Zeigt die Dammtorstraße mit dem Stadttheater. Blatt II der "Prospecte von Hamburg". [SW - Ansicht, Ansichten].

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Heinz Tessin]
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        Ludwig Tieck (Hg.): Shakspeare's Vorschule. Herausgegeben und mit Vorreden begleitet von Ludwig Tieck. 2 Bänden. Band 1: I. Die wunderbare Sage von Pater Baco von Robert Green. II. Arden von Feversham. III. Die Hexen in Lancashire von Thomas Heywood. Band 2: I. Die schöne Emma. II. Der Tyrann oder die Jungfrauen-Tragödie v. Massinger. III. Die Geburt des Merlin, oder das Kind hat seinen Vater gefunden von Shakspeare u. W. Rowley. Leipzig, Brockhaus Verlag 1823, 1829. 1. Auflage. 8°, XLII/420, XLIV/366 Seiten. Halbleineneinband mit marmoriertem Deckel u. Rückengoldschriften. Zustand: teilweise leicht stockfleckig, Innenspiegel mit Exlibris, insgesamt noch gut erhaltenes u. seltenes Exemplar!

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      [Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München]
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        Gottfrieds von Strassburg Werke aus den beßten Handschriften mit Einleitung und Wörterbuch. 2 Bände in einem Band: Band 1: Tristan und Isolde mit Ulrichs von Turkheim Fortsetzung. Band 2: Heinrich von Fridberg Fortsetzungen von Gottfrieds Tristan. Gottfrieds Minnelieder. Die alten Französischen, englischen, wallischen und spanischen Gedichte von Tristan und Isolde. Mit 1 Kupfer als Frontspitz.

      Breslau, Mar, 1823.. 22 x 14 cm. 321 / 460 S. ISBN: Keine. Original Pappband der Zeit. Einband mit Marmorpapier bezogen. Schwarzes Rückenschild mit geprägter Titelei im Golddruck / Hard cover. Ganzfarbschnitt. NO jacket. Besonders schöner und dekorativer Einband der Zeit. Besonders frisches Exemplar. Eine Lage lose. 1. Auflage.. * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! * GF. (MGT).

      [Bookseller: Umbras Kuriositätenkabinett]
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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.. 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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel]
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        Reise in Brasilien auf Befehlt Sr. Majestät Maximilian Joseph I. Königs von Baiern In den Jahren 1817 bis 1820 gemacht und beschrieben. 3 Bände (ohne den Atlasband).

      München, M. Lindauer, 1823-31.. 4 Bl., VII (1), VII-XIV, 412; XVIII, 1 Bl. (Errata), (413-) 884; LVI, (885-) 1388, 1 Bl., 40 S. (Geographischer Anhang). Ohne die 15 S. 'Brasilianische Volkslieder', die lt. Sabin wohl separat veröffentlicht wurden und deshalb vielen Exemplaren nicht beigebunden wurden. Sehr schöne, dekorative Halblederbände der Zeit auf Bünden und mit Rückenvergoldung und Kopfgoldschnitt. 4° (30 x 25,5 cm). Deckel und Kanten berieben, ein Deckel mit Schabstellen. Band 3 eingangs braunfleckig, vereinzelt auch weitere Seiten betroffen. Ein gutes, sehr attraktives Set***Eine der bedeutendsten wissenschaftlichen Expeditionen des 19. Jahrhunderts. Durch diese Reise wurde zum ersten Mal ein größerer Teil des Inneren Brasiliens, besonders aber das Stromgebiet des Sao Francisco, wissenschaftlich erforscht. 1819-20 befuhren Spix und Martius noch den bis dahin weitgehend vernachlässigten Amazonas, auf der Rückreise den Rio Negro und den unteren Madeira. 'In der wissenschaftlichen Erhellung Amazoniens ist Martius der große Bahnbrecher. Alle späteren Reisenden bauen auf ihm auf' (Henze). - Einige Paginierungsfehler, einige Seiten in 2 Varianten abgedruckt, jedoch alles vollständig! Kollationsdetails: Bd. II: S. 437/438 und 541/542 2 x in verschiedenen Varianten abgedruckt, 561/561 fehlt in Paginierung, jedoch alles komplett, 569/570 2 x in Paginierung vorhanden. - Bosch 346, Henze III, 386 und V, 199, Sabin 89549. Gesamte Buchbeschreibung © Antiquariat Ralf Eigl. Reise. Reisen. Expeditionen. Amerika. Südamerika. Brasilien. Brazil. Travel. South America. Expedition. Exploration..

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        Reise in Brasilien auf Befehl Sr. Majestät Maximilian Joseph I, Königs von Baiern in den Jahren 1817 bis 1820, EA, Bd. 1 EA/1 v. 3 Bden.

      München, Fleischer (gedruck bei M. Lindauer), 1823.,. . Spix, J.B.v. u. Maritius, C.Fr.Ph.v, Reise in Brasilien auf Befehl Sr. Majestät Maximilian Joseph I. Königs von Baiern in den Jahren 1817 bis 1820 gemacht und beschrieben. Erster Theil, 4°, Pbd. d. Zt., 412 S, beschabt u. bestossen, Gelenke tlws. läd. Die Expedition von 1817-1820 entwickelte sich zu einer der ergebnisrechsten wissenschaftlichen Reisen - es fehlt d. zweite u. dritte Bd., Txt. tlw. m. Rotstift unterstrichen, tlw. stockfl.,mit Bibliotheksstempeln, sehr rare Ausgabe!

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        Mémorial de Sainte-Hélène, ou journal où se trouve consigné ce qu'a dit et fait Napoléon durant dix-huit mois

      Paris, l'Auteur & Tous les libraires de France et de l'Etranger, Imp. Lebègue, 1823. - 11/18 cm, 8 tomes en 4 volumes,2 ff., 484 pp., 1 pl., 1 ff., 454 pp. - 1 ff., 442 p., 1 ff., 460 pp., 2 ff. - 1 ff., 462 pp., 1 ff., 455 pp., 1 ff. - 1ff., 446 pp., 527 pp. cartonnage rouge façon vélin, dos lisse, titre doré sur pièce de titre noire. Impression sur vergé, quelques rousseurs claires, plan dépliant du tracé de Longwood inséré dans le tome 1, la carte de Saint Hélène (qui était vendue toute seule, 3 fr. (sic.)) n'est pas présente dans notre exemplaire. Rien ne prédisposait le comte de Las Cases, aristocrate émigré à Londres pendant la Révolution, homme sans relief mais fidèle serviteur de l'Empire sur le tard, à écrire ce qui allait être le plus grand succès de librairie du XIXe siècle. Le mémorial de Sainte-Hélène - quatre éditions corrigées et augmentées entre la première en 1823 et celle de 1842, l'année de la mort de l'auteur - fut un événement politique considérable. Deux ans après avoir rendu son dernier souffle, le proscrit de 1815 reprenait vie sous la plume de son chambellan qui, pendant un peu plus d'un an, jusqu'à son expulsion de Sainte-Hélène à la fin de 1816, avait recueilli et consigné sur le papier les impériales confidences.A partir de la seconde édition parue la même année que l'originale l'Auteur apporta quelques retouches, notamment aux portraits des contemporains de l'Empereur, faisant preuve de complaisance vis à vis des survivants de l'épopée napoléonienne. Ensemble solide et en bon état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memorial de Sainte-Helene, ou Journal ou se trouve consigne, jour par jour, ce qu'a dit et fait Napoleon durant dix-huit mois. 8 Tomes.

      Bruxelles: H. Remy 1823 (- 1824). 8° Halbledereinband, Farbschnitt - In 8 Bänden komplett, aber ohne die beiden Supplementbände. Mit einem gestochenen Faltplan in Band 1. Alle Einbände bestoßen und berieben. Der Inhalt klar und sauber - wohl ungelesen..

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        Grammatica Sanskrita. Nunc primum in Germania edidit Othmarus Frank.

      Wirceburgi [Würzburg], Typographice et lithographice sumtibus propriis; Lipsiae [Leipzig], Prostat apud Fridericum Fleischer, 1823. Crown quarto. Pp. xv, v, 218. Plus 10 plates, of which 4 are folding. Bound in the original publisher's card wrappers, both sides with a decorative frame, and with a central ornamental illustration embossed in black, wraps bit marked, spine worn, stain on back cover. With neat, contemporary inscription on first flyleaf. A very good, wide-margined copy, well preserved in the original state. ~ First edition. A good copy of the first Sanskrit grammar to appear in Germany, and a unique example of printing art. Lacking an access to any Sanskrit types, Frank could not print the book in letterpress and had to use lithography, a technique usually reserved for the printing of illustrations. Typographically it is unique that the entire text, both the Latin and the Sanskrit, were transferred to stone by hand. Very scarce. Unsophisticated copies in the original binding are practically unavailable..

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        Veduta degl'Avanzi della Casa Aurea di Nerone, sul Monte Palatino, dalla parte riguardante il Circo Massimo. Original-Radierung.

      In der Platte links unten bez.: "Rossini dis. e inc.", mittig betitelt und rechts unten dat.: Roma 1823".. 39 x 53,5 cm.. Von Piranesi beeinflußte Arbeit des Architekten, Malers und Radierers Rossini, der insgesamt über 1000 Stiche schuf. - Breitrandiger Druck mit hinterl. Mittelfalz, im Rand leicht stockfleckig. - Versandkosten auf Anfrage.

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        Scottish Cryptogamic Flora (6 vols.). "Coloured figures and discriptions of cryptogamic plants, belonging chiefly to the order Fungi; and intendedto serve as a continuation of English Botany."

      Edinburgh, MacLachlan & Stewart; London, Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, 1823 - 1828.. 360 engraved plates, each accompanied by one leaf text. Each volume with 2 leafs titles, 60 plates and 60 leaves text. Additional in vol. 1 one leaf Advertisement and in vol. 6 Synopsis Generum et Specierum and Indices (82 pages). Ca. 25,5 cm x ca. 16,5 cm, weight is ca. 4,2 kg. Cloth with gilt title on spines. In English. - This is one of the rare uncoulered sets. - Stafleu and Cowan, TL 2.160. Pritzel, Thesaurus Literaturae Botanicae 3.550. Nissen, Die Botanische Buchillustration 757. Volbracht, MykoLibri 766.. Little rubbed and bumped. No entries. First and last leaves often browned and spotted, some strong, otherwise only isolated browned and spotted. Binding good and tight. Condition is 2 - 3 (scale 1 to 6, with 1 for the best). Photographs available by e-mail on request.

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        Histoire de l'egypte sous le gouvernement de Mohammed-Aly, ou recit des Evenemens Politiques et Militaires qui ont eu lieu depuis le Depart des Francais jusqu'en 1823.

      Paris, A. Bertrand, 1823.. 2 text vols. in 8vo and atlas in folio. 464 pp. 644 pp. (8), 12 lithogr. plates (6 of them hand-coloured), including a folding hand-coloured plan and the folding, double-page map of the Nejd. Contemp. full calf with giltstamped spine labels (text) and original green cardboard portfolio with printed title label to cover (atlas); maps and plates loosely inserted within.. First edition, the extremely rare coloured issue. Mengin's history of Egypt from the end of the French expedition to Khedive Muhammad Ali's dramatic reforms of Egyptian society and culture is mainly sought for its extensive appendix containing an early chronicle of the Wahhabis, with an account of the sack of Derrieh. "This chronicle is ascribed to a grandson of the Shaykh named 'le cheykh Abderrahman el-Oguyeh', presumably this is Abd al-Rahman ibn Hasan (d. 1869)", who travelled from Basra to Mecca and Medina (M. Cook, below). The folio-sized atlas contains the celebrated portrait of Abdullah ibn Saud, leader of the first Saudi state, who was executed by the Turks for sedition, and the famous, large map of the Nejd country with an inset of the environs of "El-Derreth" near Riyadh by E. F. Jombard. His commentary on the map is of particular note, being a synthesis of Arab and western knowledge, with many place names added for the first time. This "notice geographique" (vol. II, pp. 549-613) also includes a "nomenclature du pays de Nedjid", mentioning - among other places - Dubai and Qatar both in the original Arabic and in French transliteration. - Some waterstaining throughout, but confined to margins. The work is rarely found complete with both text volumes and the atlas as present; even the map has separately commanded several thousand pounds at auctions (cf. Sotheby's London, 6 May 2010, lot 147). Copies in contemporary hand colour are highly uncommon. - Macro, Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula, 1577. Atabey 802 (without the Atlas). Ibrahim-Hilmy II, 30. Michael Cook. On the Origins of Wahhabism. In: Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 2, No. 2 (July 1992), pp. 191-202, at 192.

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        The Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages; wherein is explained the Manner of Valuing the Tenant's Right on entering and quitting Farms, in Yorkshire and the adjoining Counties. The Whole is adapted for the Use of Landlords, Land Agents, Appraisers, Farmers, and Tenants

      Engraved frontis. (partially handcolored). 3 p.l., 187, [1] pp. 8vo, orig. grey paper-backed blue boards (corners a little rounded, minor foxing), orig. printed paper label on spine, uncut. London: Longman et al., 1823. First edition and scarce. This the first of two popular works on land valuation by Bayldon, a professional land agent and appraiser; the present text reached a sixth edition by 1844. The engraved frontispiece depicts an idealized plan of a farm of 242 acres which cultivated wheat, clover, and grass. We learn from page 2: "When it is considered that works have been written on almost every subject connected with Agriculture...it appears rather singular that the various customs of valuing Rents and Tillages have scarcely been noticed in any of them. It is humbly presumed that this is the first work published expressly upon valuing Rents and Tillages." A very good copy. Signature of "Jenkin Jones Glyn Castle 1820" on free front endpaper. ❧ Fussell, III, p. 136. .

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        Picturesque Views of the City of Paris and its Environs;

      London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown and Suttaby, Evance, and Fox,, 1823. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown and Suttaby, Evance, and Fox,, 1823. consisting of Views on the Seine, Public Buildings, Characteristic Scenery, Etc. 2 volumes folio (361 × 259 mm) Contemporary brown russia, wide flat bands, title, author, and volume number in the second, third and fourth compartments respectively, first, fifth and sixth ornately gilt, attractive triple fillet panel with scalloped corners and foliate corner-pieces to the boards, triple fillet edge-roll, all edges gilt, wide turn-ins with three concentric panels of multiple fillets, brown surface-paper endpapers. Half-titles bound in, 57 plates on 51 sheets, all of them present in two states - proof, and etched, both on India paper - and 3 in three states including engraved before letters, together with the supplementary suite of seven engraved plates with letterpress leaf of descriptive text. Just a little rubbed, corners bumped, some foxing as usual, but overall very good indeed. First edition, first issue dated 1823 on both title pages. The plates are engraved after a series of views of Paris painted by Nash, who was regarded by Turner "as the finest architectural artist of the day" (ODNB). The text is provided by John Scott, whose Visit to Paris, and Paris Revisited were much admired by Scott, Beckford made four-pages of notes on his copies, Reginald Heber considering him an excellent "French tourist". This the Beckford-Rosebery copy, with clipped auction description from part III of the Hamilton Palace Sale mounted verso of the front free endpaper of volume I, Rosebery bookplates to both front pastedowns.

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        The Civil and Political History of the State of Tennessee, from Its Earliest Settlement up to the Year 1796; Including the Boundaries of the State.

      Printed for the author by Heiskell & Brown, Knoxville, TN 1823 - 8vo. (4), 504 pp. Lacks separate copyright slip and half-title. Black morocco, gilt, the boards framed with four thin rules, spine gilt with rules and title between raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, gilt patterned silk endpapers, all edges gilt. First edition. With the bookplate of noted Georgia historian Charles C. Jones, Jr., on the front pastedown. Howes H-358. Sabin 31084. Streeter sale 1658. Field 671. McMurtrie Tennessee Imprints 205. Allen Tennessee Rarities 25. Horn Twenty Tennessee Books 5: "[Haywood] was writing only a few years after the actual occurrence of the events discussed and still had the advantages to be derived from personal contacts with actual participants, a fact which gives this book its well deserved reputation as a storehouse of information about Tennessee's earliest days and the men who laid the state's foundation stones." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nachgelassene Gedichte. Ein Vermächtniß für Erhards Freunde und Verehrer nebst dessen Bildnisse und biographischer Skizze herausgegeben von Christian Gottlob Eduard Friederici

      Gera, Heinsius 1823. 18 cm. (4), 4, 256 Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz-Porträt von A. Brückner nach Messerschmidt. Roter Chagrin-Lederband der Zeit mit Deckel- und Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägten Fileten, Steh- und Innenkanten, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt und Lesebändchen, Vorsätze mit grüner Seide bezogen - ADB VI, 197 - Goed. VII, 295, 69, 7 - Wolfstieg 40005 - Erstausgabe, dem oldenburgischen Erbgroßherzog Paul Friedrich August gewidmet. Erhard (1759 - 1813), seit 1809 Oberhofgerichtsrat in Leipzig, war Mitglied der Freumaurerloge "Minerva". Exemplar aus der Großherzoglich Oldenburgischen Privatbibliothek, auf Titelrückseite Stempel "A", bekrönt (Großherzog Paul Friedrich August) -

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        Antiquités anglo-normandes, traduites de l'anglais par A.L. Lechaudé d'Anisy.

      A Caen, chez Mancel 1823 - Grand in-4 (30 X 23), orné d'un frontispice, d'un tableau de généalogie des comtes d'Eu, et de 42 planches lithographiées sur Chine (Imprimerie de F. Poisson à Caen). Demi-basane fauve mouchetée, dos à 4 faux nerfs décoré, pièce de titre noire, auteur et titre dorés. Exemplaire à grandes marges sur papier de différentes couleurs, avec de très rares rousseurs. XXX, 404 pp. S’y trouve joint: Réponse du traducteur des Antiquités Anglo-normandes de Ducarel au Post-Scriptum par M. l'Abbé de La Rue (Caen, 1827, 16 pp.). M. Léchaudé d’ Anisy a ajouté à sa traduction des notes et des éclaircissements qui lui donnent une valeur réelle; il l'a enrichie des 2 dissertations suivantes : sur la Tapisserie de Bayeux: "Description de la tapisserie conservée à la cathédrale de Bayeux", par Smart Le Thieullier, écuyer, etc.; publié d'après le manuscrit original de la bibliothèque de Th. Tyndal, traduite et augmentée de notes, par Lechaudé d'Anisy; Caen, Mancel, 1824 avec 8 planches (p. 325 à 404).- Et " Origine de la Tapisserie de Bayeux prouvée par elle-même", par H.F. Delauney; Caen, Mancel,1824, 92 pages. Frère. Bel exemplaire, propre et très bien conservé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain

      London: Harding, Mavor and Lepard, 1823. Twelve volumes complete, bound from the parts which were separately paginated, half morocco and cloth over boards, raised bands, spines in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, volume number and dates to fourth, remaining panels with gilt volute frames, a.e.g. Spines slightly dulled, some rubbing to extremities, couple of small bumps to edges, lower cover of volume six stained. Internally occasional light foxing, mainly to engravings, occasionally heavier, but generally quite clean, gift inscription in pen to head of one of the text leaves, Bolingbroke (who should be in volume ten) is in volume eleven. Each volume with twenty engraved plates, for a total of two hundred and forty as called for, each plate is accompanied by a brief biographical essay of varying lengths. Reprint. Half-Morocco and Cloth. Good. 4to.

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        Tratado de esgrima a pie y a caballo en que se enseña por principios el manejo del florete o el juego de la espada que se usa en el día, adornado con 16 láminas gravadas en cobre

      Narcisa Dorca, Barcelona 1823 - medio pergamino moderno con tejuelo bien conservado 16 grabados, moteados. rubricado por el autor. 72 págs.

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        Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain

      Harding, Mavor and Lepard, London 1823 - Twelve volumes complete, bound from the parts which were separately paginated, half morocco and cloth over boards, raised bands, spines in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, volume number and dates to fourth, remaining panels with gilt volute frames, a.e.g. Spines slightly dulled, some rubbing to extremities, couple of small bumps to edges, lower cover of volume six stained. Internally occasional light foxing, mainly to engravings, occasionally heavier, but generally quite clean, gift inscription in pen to head of one of the text leaves, Bolingbroke (who should be in volume ten) is in volume eleven. Each volume with twenty engraved plates, for a total of two hundred and forty as called for, each plate is accompanied by a brief biographical essay of varying lengths [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ACCOUNT OF AN EXPEDITION FROM PITTSBURGH TO THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS PERFORMED IN THE YEARS 1819 AND 1820...UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAJOR STEPHEN H. LONG

      London, 1823. 3 volumes: (7),344; (7)356; (7)347pp. Illus., map, chart and 8 plates of which 3 are colored. Full calf with gold stamped red and black labels on spines. (volume two has some library markings on back of plates, etc.,else an attractive set) Sabin 35683. Wagner-Camp-Becker 25:2, (long note). Howes J41: "Notable government expedition, commanded by Major Stephen H. Long, supplementing earlier discoveries of Pike and Lewis and Clark, and pronouncing the plains region as nothing but a desert, incapable of cultivation!..." Graff 2188. Field 772. Rader 2046. Sabin 35682. Streeter Sale 1784: "This is perhaps the first published account of a journey up the Platte and then across the watershed to the Arkansas... It is also, I think, the first account of a trip down the Canadian River... This is perhaps the first account of a journey down the Arkansas from above Fort Smith...-TWS".. Pilling 1959. Peel 80. TPL Cat. 1612

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        THE BEAUTIES OF CAMBRIA

      Published by J. Johnson, 1823. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. The Beauties of Cambria Consisting of Sixty Views in North and South Wales; Each View Accompanied by a Page of Letter Press. Oblong format. 8 x 9.5". Full tooled maroon leather binding. Gilt titles and decorations to spine. Elaborate gilt decorations to covers. Book: all plates present. Prelims creased. Four pages with significant brown foxing to top corners not affecting plates or text. Four further pages with light foxing to top corners not affecting plates or text. Cover corners and edges rubbed. [S]

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        TESTIMONIO DE LOS AUTOS SOBRE EL APRESAMIENTO DE LA CORBETA ANGLO-AMERICANA BUDGET SU CAPN. MR. JUAN MEANY, POR EL CORSARIO ESPANOL NOMBRADO CORA (A) BUENOS AMIGOS DEL CARGO DE SU CAPN. DR. JUAN ESIFA

      [Puerto Rico. 1823].. [129]pp. manuscript in Spanish on official stationery. Gathered sheets, 8 1/2 x 13 inches, string-tied. Some edge wear, especially to exterior sheets, but no loss of text. Very good. In a cloth chemise and slipcase. Manuscript of a legal case in Puerto Rico involving the American commercial vessel, Budget, captured in late 1822 by the Spanish privateer, Cora. It would appear that the Budget was engaged in smuggling arms to rebels in South America. At this point Bolivar's campaigns of 1820-21 had destroyed Spanish power in neighboring Venezuela and Colombia, and Spanish authority was rapidly crumbling in the rest of its continental possessions. Only the Greater Antilles remained firmly under Spanish control. Testimony is given by John Meany, captain of the Budget, and by members of his crew; and by Juan Esifa, in command of the Cora. Written in the margins throughout are contemporary notes in English explaining the contents and the proceedings of the trial. Handwritten on printed Spanish forms, this document also provides a detailed inventory of the cargo that the Budget was transporting from London to Guyana, including cannons, cannonballs, gun powder, rope, and boxes of rifles. Various letters, bills of lading, and other items of evidence are transcribed, including letters from several London merchants in support of Captain Meany, and evidence supporting the Spanish view that the ship's cargo was contraband. A fascinating and detailed account of a legal procedure involving contraband seized at sea, and as such primary evidence of the law of the sea as it was developing in the post-Napoleonic war era. Also of great interest in documenting the final collapse of Spanish authority in the New World.

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        M. Tullii Ciceronis Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta. Recognovit potiorem lectionis diversitatem adnotavit indices rerum ac verborum copiosissimos adiecit Christianus Godofr. Schütz.,

      Lipsiae, Apud Gerhardum Fleischerum Iun. / Leipzig, Gerhard Fleischer Jun. 1814 - 1823 - je Band 250 - 400 S. Christian Gottfried Schütz (* 19. Mai 1747 in Dederstedt; † 7. Mai 1832 in Halle (Saale). Schütz publizierte über Themen aus Philosophie, Psychologie, Rhetorik, Philologie, Erziehung und Universitätsangelegenheiten. Er veröffentlichte Sammlungen von Schriften von Aischylos, Cicero, und Aristophanes. Siehe auch ADB Band 33, S. 111–115. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 499 Halblederbände der Zeit, alle berieben z.T. mit fehlendem Rücken (8-1, 14-1) beschädigten, bzw. seitl. aufgeplatzten Rücken. Innen jedoch alle weitgehend frisch. *** Bis auf 3 Bände vollständige Ausgabe der Ersten Auflage, der von Schütz herausgegebenen Werke Ciceros. **** SO SELTEN. 23 Teilbände [von 26] enthaltend die Bände: 1, 3, 4, 5-1/2, 6, 7, 8-1/2/3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16-1/2/3, 18-2, 19-1/2, 20. [Es fehlen die Bände 2, 14, 18-1]

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        PRISON LABOUR, &C. Correspondence and Communications Addressed to His Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, Concerning The Introduction of Tread-Mills into Prisons, With Other Matters Connected With the Subject of Prison Discipline

      William Nicol ... 1823. . 1st Ed. [viii] + 228pp. Some very light browning, sm. faint institutional ink stamp to t.p., handsomely rebound in double blind rule edged half calf with marbled boards, gilt and blind rule edged raised bands with gilt lettered title label to spine. Sir John Coxe Hippisley, first baronet (1745/6–1825), politician. ODNB ‘... In his final years he turned to the question of prison discipline, and publicly advocated the handcrank instead of the treadmill in a pamphlet of 1823 ...’ US$877

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        Souvenirs de la Sicile.

      Imprimerie Royale 1823 - Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1823. In 8 de XX-334pp.-2 ff. n. ch., reliure en plein veau brun marbré de l'époque, dos lisse orné de frises et de fleurons dorés, pièce de tomaison noire, titre doré, bel exemplaire. Ouvrage intéressant sur la Sicile par cet archéologue et peintre, Directeur du Musée royal, qui permit au Louvre d'acquérir la Vénus de Milo, achetée par son beau-fils le Comte de Marcellus. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        America

      Philadelphia: Tanner, H.S., 1823. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 18.25" x 21". Rare map of North and South America from the 1823 edition of Tanner's "New American Atlas" (first edition published 1819). Includes South Seas islands and Hawaii, and part of Europe and Africa (all uncolored). Full original margins, some staining to top margin, some chips to bottom edge and corners. Repair to centerfold near margin. Image intact.

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        The Works

      London: F. C. and J. Rivington et al.,, 1823. A new edition in twelve volumes. With an essay on his life and genius, by Arthur Murphy. 12 volumes, octavo (211 × 127 mm). Contemporary diced tan calf, double brown morocco labels, compartments with floral lozenge centre tools and cornerpieces, twin rule to boards gilt and roll in blind, marbled endpapers and edges. With portrait frontispiece to volume 1. Some mild browning to leaves, spines and boards a little rubbed and marked, a very good set. New edition. A handsomely bound set of Johnson's works.

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        Boxiana; or Sketches of Ancient and Modern Pugilism

      London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. & Published by George Virtue, 1823, 1824, 1829, 1828, 1829. (BOXING) Mixed set. 5 vols., 8vo. Illustrated throughout with numerous portraits of ring celebrities by George Cruikshank and others. viii, 580; viii, 640; xiv, 676; viii, 794 pp. Bound in later evergreen three quarters morocco, a.e.g. Spines faded uniformly to brown. Stamp of N.L. Tilney and bookplate of Alfred Henry Lewis. Hartley, History of Boxing Books, 587; Magriel no. 18; Cohn 260; Douglas 12; J. Ford, Prizefighting. The Age of Regency Boximania, 173-175. J. Ford (ed.) . A classic work of boxing and the numerous Regency practitioners of the sport, some of whom became national heroes. In very nice condition, with a fine provenance of famous American author and journalist Alfred Henry Lewis and a well known stock broker and sportsman N.L. Tilney. Vol. I: from the Days of the Renowned Broughton and Slack, to the Championship of Crib Vol. II: from the Championship of Crib to the Present TIme Vol. III: from the Championship of Cribb, to Spring's Challeneg to All England Vol. IV: New Series of Boxiana: being the Only Original and Complete Lives of the Boxers Vol. V: New Series of Boxiana: being the Only Original and Complete Lives of the Boxers, Second Volume

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        Hien Wun Shoo. Chinese Moral Maxims, With a Free and Verbal Translation; Affording Examples of the Grammatical Structure of the Language

      Macao.: John Murray. Printed at the Honorable Company's Press by P. Thoms.. 1823.. viii + 199pp, chop front free endpaper, light very occasional browning, original cloth marked and lifting in a few places, xx cm hole in cloth upper joint. A very good copy. Lowendahl 836. Lust 725. Cordier 1429. The maxims are given in English, Chinese characters and romanised Chinese. .

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        Conservations-bladet I-IV.

      Stockholm 1823-24. Ecksteinska tryckeriet Första - tredje samlingen. Fjerde samlingen Marquardska Boktryckeriet. 24 + 24 nummer på vardera 8 sidor. Två senare halvskinnband i kalv, ryggar med röda titeletiketter och gulddekor (stil ca 1850). Nötta ryggar små skador vid ryggarnas fot. Inlagan med sporadiska brunfläckar. Exlibris Gustaf Berndtsson. Text från antikvariatskatalog fäst i inre kant på främre försättsblad. Med goda marginaler varför det på flera blad finns råkaner kvar. 18,5 x 10,5 cm.. Skämttidning som utgavs av J. G. Björnståhl och J. O. Imnelius i anmälan sig sig utgivarna ha fått idén från "Sällskapet för utgifwande av Skandinaviens Pecoralia" och tidningen ville "conservera" producterna: "Då själen likasom glömmer sig sjelf och lycklig och lugn hwilar ut sig i armarna af en oskuldsfull dumhet."

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        The Anatomy of the Horse.

      London, J. Purser, "1766" [but: 1823/24]. - Oblong folio (443 x 550 mm). 24 engraved plates on wove paper with watermarks dated 1823. Contemporary cloth with morocco lettering-piece on upper cover. First edition. - The landmark work in the study of equine anatomy. Stubbs executed the drawings over the course of eighteen months, keeping each carcass in his studio for as long as six or seven weeks. Unable to find an engraver, he taught himself to etch in order to complete the work. - New endpapers, bookplate of Margaret Helen Cottell, title and last leaf repaired with tape, some spotting and browning. Binding rebacked with buckram. Somewhat worn. Nissen ZBI 4027. Cf. Mellon 57. Boyd 121. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Account of the Second Defence of the Fortress of Badajoz, by the French, in 1812. Chatham: Printed and Sold by Townson and Burrill, 1824. [4], 46pp., one folding engraved plan of Badajoz, one engraved map of southern Spain and two large lithographed panoramic sketched views of Badajoz. [Bound with:] [REID (Sir William)] Instructions Issued by the French Imperial Minister at War for the Defence of Fortresses, in 1813. Translated from the French by Brevet Major Reid, Royal Engineers. Chatham: Printed for the Establishment for Field Instruction, Royal Engineer Department, 1823. 44pp. [REID (Sir William)] Instructions Issued by the French Imperial Minister at War for the Defence & Destruction of Bridges, in 1814. Translated from the French by Brevet Major Reid, Royal Engineers. Chatham: Printed for the Establishment for Field Instruction, Royal Engineer Department, 1823. [4], 12pp., numerous illustrs., in the text. [REID (Sir William)] Instructions Issued by the French Imperial Minister at War for the

      Chatham: Printed for the Establishment for Field Instruction, Royal Engineer Department, 1823. 12pp., illustrs., in the text. 4 works bound in one, cont. half calf over marbled boards, lightly rubbed, small nick to head of spine, morocco title label. The Siege of Badajoz (16 March – 6 April 1812) was one of the bloodiest in the Napoleonic Wars. The Anglo-Portuguese Army, under the Earl of Wellington, besieged Badajoz, and forced the surrender of the French garrison. It was considered a costly victory for the British, with some 3,000 Allied soldiers killed in intense fighting in the last few hours of the siege. Enraged by the huge amount of casualties, the troops went on a drunken rampaged through the city and massacred as many as 4,000 Spanish civilians. Colonel Lamare was the senior French engineer in Badajoz during its siege.

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        (utg.).

      Musikaliskt allehanda. 1-52. Stockholm, C. Müller, 1823. 4:o. Litografiskt nottryck med vinjetter.Lätta lagerfläckar, två blad med revor i nummer 8-9. Inbunden i två "halfva årgångar". Den första i nött samtida hfrbd med det litograferade omslaget uppklistrat på fram- resp. bakpärmen, den andra i trasigt opappband med litograferade pärmar, ryggen borta. Två volymer. Lundstedt II, 60. Utgiven av stallmästaren Anders Cederström (1778-1832) och innehåller en blandning av sång- och pianostycken, av Mozart, C. M. von Weber, Glück, Kraus m.fl, men även "insända" bidrag. Litografen Carl Müller försökte sig i början av 1820-talet på en rad nya musiktidskrifter. Denna kom först, 1824 utkom "Amphion" och mellan 1825 till 1826 "Orpheus"

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        Grose's classical dictionary of the vulgar tongue. Revised and corrected, with the addition of numerous slang phrases by Pierce Egan.

      printed for the editor, London 1823 - First Egan edition, 8vo, woodcut portrait frontis of Grose, pp. [iii]-xl and unpaginated lexicon collating B-R3 in 8s; contemporary quarter red straight-grain morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettered direct on smooth gilt-paneled spine; a very good copy of an important and entertaining edition. Includes Prefaces to the first and second editions, and facsimile title-pp. to earlier works in the genre that Grose consulted. The first edition was published in 1785. "Grose generally had a companion with him, and one of his favorites was his man, Batch, who appears to have been more of a friend than a servant. Batch and his master used frequently to start out at midnight from the King's Arms in Holborn search of adventures. The back slums of St. Giles were explored again and again, the Captain and his man mingling affably and good-naturedly with the beggars, cadgers and thieves, who at that time infested the 'Holy Land' - which is what the St. Giles district was called" (Aubrey Noakes). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS OF A MAN OF FASHION.

      London Thomas Mclean Repository of Wit & Humour 26 Haymarket 1823 - 12 HAND COLOURED AQUATINT PLATES BY EGERTON. LACKS TITLE PAGE AND WRAPPERS. Oblong folio, approximately, 360 x 250 mm, 14 x 10 inches, no text, PLATES NUMBERED 1-12 , titles at top of plates with descriptive letterpress beneath, modern binding, imitation morocco spine with gilt lettering, marbled boards with gilt lettered label to upper cover, each plate has a new tissue guard. Chip to top of spine with loss, pale marks to margins, plates clean and bright. See: R.V. Tooley, English Books with Coloured Plates 1790-1860, page 174, No. 204; J. R. Abbey, Life in England, page 250, No. 286. The headings to plates are: Negligence, Assurance, Confidence, Impudence, Intemperance, Indifference, Unfeelingness, Forgetfulness, Selfishness, Intrigue, Eccentricity, Inconsistency. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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