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2017-12-14 09:00:53
BUSBY, James
Australia: R. Howe, Government Printer, 1825. Fine copy in restored original binding.. Small quarto, with a folding table, some light browning; a fine copy, complete with the errata leaf, in contemporary polished half-calf over marbled boards, bumped, sympathetically rebacked, with most of the original spine laid down, lettered and decorated in gilt. Fine copy of the iconic work on Australian wine, in the preferred "quarto" format. Only very rarely seen on the market: this is the first book on Australian wine, the first book on wine to be published in Australia and the first book to carry the imprint "Australia" on the title page. This copy corresponds with the special issue in quarto format on thicker paper identified by the bibliographer Ferguson - though it has been convincingly argued that the difference between copies is not so much a question of issue as of the particular materials, especially paper, available to the publisher at the time. By 1825 the publishing industry in Sydney was mature but still slight of build, and certainly still subject to the vagaries of supply.James Busby, the father of Australian viticulture, was born in Scotland in 1801; he emigrated to New South Wales in 1824 after visiting the Bordeaux region of France where he studied methods of viticulture. He published his Treatise very shortly after his arrival in the colony. Five years later he published his Manual of Plain Directions that was aimed at small settlers whom he hoped would be able to "enjoy their daily bottle of wine, the produce of their own farms". Busby received a grant on the uppe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2017-12-14 03:34:54
LANIER (Nicholas)
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
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2017-12-14 03:34:44
LANIER (Nicholas)
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
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2017-12-13 16:26:35
BOIELDIEU Adrien La Dame Blanche Opera ca1825
1825. BOIELDIEU Adrien La Dame Blanche Opera Comique en trois actes Paroles de Mr Scribe Musique d'Adrien Boieldieu dédié à son Altesse Royale Madame, Duchesse du Berry Parition pour Chant et Piano A Paris, chez Janet et Cotelle, Mds de musique du RoiJ. C. XIXe ca1825 261 pages relié demi cuir Très bon état, couverture défraîchie a0421 Instruments à clavier Très bon / couverture défraîchie [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: partitions-anciennes [Blois, France]
2017-12-13 07:56:24
J. L. Alibert
Auguste Wahlen, Bruxelles 1825 - Previous owner's book plate inside front cover. Pages are darkened and spotted with age. Pages are tight and unmarked. Hinges are split but holding. Cover has leather spine and tips. Boards are lightly rubbed. Leather is chipped, discolored, and flaking off. 319 pages. Illustrations in color. "Deuxieme Edition, Enrichie D'Appendices." [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BookOrders
2017-12-13 07:56:24
Alibert, J.L.,
Paris Aillaud 1825 - Fol. M. 56 kolor. Kpfr.-Taf. XXII, 282 S., 2 Bl. Hldrbde. Rückenbeschäd., beschabt u. porös. Alle Einbd.-Deckel lose u. stark beschabt u. bestoßen. Mehrf. gest. Bibl.-Ex. 2 Taf. m. Einrissen beschäd. Durchg. etwas stockfl. Hirsch I, 88. - Jean Louis Alibert (1766-1837), berühmter französischer Dermatologe u. Leibarzt Ludwigs XVIII. Sprache: Französisch
Bookseller: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig GmbH
2017-12-13 07:56:24
Alibert, J.L.,
Paris Aillaud 1825 - Fol. M. 56 kolor. Kpfr.-Taf. XXII, 282 S., 2 Bl. Hldrbde. Rückenbeschäd., beschabt u. porös. Alle Einbd.-Deckel lose u. stark beschabt u. bestoßen. Mehrf. gest. Bibl.-Ex. 2 Taf. m. Einrissen beschäd. Durchg. etwas stockfl. Hirsch I, 88. - Jean Louis Alibert (1766-1837), berühmter französischer Dermatologe u. Leibarzt Ludwigs XVIII. Sprache: Französisch
Bookseller: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig GmbH
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2017-12-13 07:56:24
Alibert, Jean Louis Marc
Deuxième édition, enrichie d'appendices. - Bruexelles, Auguste Wahle, 1825, Kl.-Folio, (2) ff., XLIX, 319 pp.; (2) ff., 584 pp.; 56 handcolor. farblith. Tafeln, Ledereinband der Zeit; Rücken erneuert, minimal fleckig; sehr gutes Exemplar. Selten - Zweite um Anhänge erweitere Ausgabe ! Eines der schönsten, farbigen Abbildungswerke der Medizin überhaupt. Ein "Opus Magnum" der Dermatologie. Dieses berühmteste und umfangreichste Werk von Baron Jean Louis Alibert (1768-1837) bringt auf seinen 63 luxuriös ausgestatteten Farbtafeln eine umfassende Beschreibung der Hautkrankheiten. Das kostbare Werk ist mit einmalig schönen Bildnissen geschmückt, das Handcolorit ist zart und zurückhaltend. Durch die Beifügung der Accessoires des täglichen Lebens wurde den Abbildungen eine nie wieder erreichte Realistik verliehen. Das Charakteristische der Effloreszenzen ist auf jedem Quadratzentimeter eines Blattes minutiös herausgearbeitet. Der Text ist klar gegliedert. Das "Hôpital St.Louis", im Norden von Paris, wurde 1607 von König Henri IV gegründet. Es war zunächst ein Pesthaus, ab 1791 wurde es ein allgemeines Krankenhaus. Alibert gelang 1800 der Institution einen großen Namen zu verschaffen. Aus der Arbeit mit der Vielzahl chronisch Kranker konnte Alibert seine immense klinische Erfahrung gewinnen. Sein Unterricht war beispielhaft und er gilt als der Erstbeschreiber des Keloids, der Mycosis fungoides, der Akromegalie, sowie der Sklerodermie. Die Tafelwerke brachten ihm großes Ansehen und Ehre ein. Nach der Restauration erhielt er noch den Leibarztposten bei Ludwig XVIII. "Durch die Abbildun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
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2017-12-13 04:23:22
MARMONT (J.)
Poème didactique et descriptif en 4 chants. Paris, Chez l'auteur, 1825, pet. in-12, demi-bas. fauve, dos lisse, orné [Rel. de l'époque]. Frontispice, 2 ff.n.ch., XIV pp. et pp. [15] à 227. Crowley 920. Poletti 131. David 189. Les notes, très intéressantes et sérieuses, occupent les pp. 79 à 226. "Marmont, al quale si deve l'invenzione dello specchietto odontoscopico..." (Poletti). Édition originale, ornée d'une lithographie en frontispice. Exemplaire de J.G. Oudet (auteur d'ouvrages sur les dents), enrichi d'une dédicace autographe signée de l'auteur "Offert à Mr. Oudet par son dévoué confrère".
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2017-12-13 03:33:54
LANIER (Nicholas)
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
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2017-12-12 23:08:17
Girodet
Chaillou-Potrelle, Paris 1825 - Anacreon, recueil de compositions, dessinees par Girodet, e gravees par M. Chatillion, son elève, avec la traduction en prose des odes de ce poète, faite egalemen par Girodet. Ausgabe von 1825, äußerst seltene 1. Auflage, späterer schmuckloser Leineneinband der Drucke 1-36, 43-54, es fehlt (!)die Lieferung der Drucke 37-42.170s. durchgehend stockfleckig; die Drucke selber sind klar und fein. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hartmut Diekmann [Germany]
2017-12-12 19:49:06
DUNLOP, Alex
Edinburgh: William Blackwood; and T. Cadell London, 1825. 8vo., (2) + ii + ii + 152pp., wanting the half-title, bound fairly recently in boards, printed label on spine, entirely uncut. A very good copy. First edition. 'Decidedly the best work on the subject' (McCulloch, Literature of Political Economy>, p.298). 'The alarming increase in pauperism in England, and its steady, though less rapid, progress in some parts of our own country, have, of late years, attracted general attention to the provision made by law for the relief of the poor. The valuable disquisitions and experiments of Dr Chalmers have thrown much light on the baneful tendency, in a moral and political point of view, of a negligent administration of the Poor Laws; and a very general endeavour appears now to be made throughout Scotland, by those to whom the management of the poor is intrusted, to administer the poor's funds with due diligence and circumspection. Such being the state of public feeling, I have been struck with the want of a treatise containing a brief and practical view of our law touching the management of the poor, and I have attempted, in the following short Treatise, to supply the deficiency.' [Preface]. Alexander Dunlop (1798-1870), church lawyer and politician, also published a treatise on the law of patronage and another on parochial law. He earnestly supported the 'non-intrusion' party in the church, which he professionally defended on all occasions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books ABA ILAB [Manningtree, United Kingdom]
2017-12-12 19:49:06
DUNLOP, Alex
8vo., (2) + ii + ii + 152pp., wanting the half-title, bound fairly recently in boards, printed label on spine, entirely uncut. A very good copy.Publisher: Edinburgh: William Blackwood; and T. Cadell, London.Year: 1825Edition: First edition: scarce. Sweet & Maxwell V, p.26. Goldsmiths 24668. Kress (C.1412) has only the 2nd ed. (also 1825).
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books
2017-12-12 03:34:39
MOLIERE
Paris.Sautelet.1825. 6 vols.in-8 en demi-reliure romantique. Belle édition.Dos richement décorés.Tranches marbrées.Qques rousseurs. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier [Bordeaux, AQUIT, France]
2017-12-11 20:57:52
Lemercier Druckhaus-Printhouse (1838 - 1875) Paris
Artist: Lemercier Druckhaus-Printhouse ca ; issued in: Paris; date: ca1825 - - technic: Lithography; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 17,5 x 24,5; - description: View of the city of Biarritz; - vita of the artist: Huge Parisian firm of lithographic printers founded by Joseph Rose Lemercier (1803-1887), who began as the foreman for Langlumé in 1825. Working on his own account from 1827, 1829-36 in partnership with Bénard association formed in 1837 according to IFF catalogue for Joseph Lemercier. The firm was still active in 1841.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-12-11 20:11:53
BOURGUIGNON-DUMOLARD CLAUDE SEBASTIEN
Paris, Librairie de jurisprudence et d'administration d'Antoine Bavoux, 1825. Tre volumi di cm. 20, pp. (6) xxi (1), 565 (1); (4) 627 (1); (4) 712 (2). Manca verosimilmente l'occhietto del primo volume. Graziosa legatura coeva in mezza pelle con titoli in oro su doppio tassello al dorso; tagli spruzzati. Antichi timbretti francesi ai frontespizi. Sporadiche fioriture, epraltro esemplare ben conservato. Claude Sébastien Bourguignon-Dumolard (1760-1829), giurista francese nativo di Vif (Isère), fu arrestato il 31 maggio 1793 in seguito agli eventi rivoluzionari e una volta liberato, fu tra i principali protagonisti del rovesciamento di Robespierre. Fu quindi Segretario generale del Ministero della Giustizia e ricoprì incarichi rilevanti presso la Corte di Cassazione parigina. L'opera include il Code d'instruction criminelle e il Code penal, profusamente annotati dall'Autore. Non comune edizione originale. Cfr. Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-12-11 18:52:12
Tieck, Ludwig.
Breslau, Josef Max und Komp., 1825. Erste Ausgabe des späten Märchens von Tieck. – Ohne den Vortitel 'Mährchen und Zaubergeschichten Band I' (alles). – Fleckig bzw. gebräunt. – Goed. VI 40, 83; Borst 1475. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein [Berlin, Germany]
2017-12-11 18:15:59
TYTLER, Alexander Fraser (1747-1813), [NARES, Edward, editor].
London: Printed for T. Cadell, 1825. FINELY BOUND, Ninth Edition with corrections and a continuation by Nares. In three volumes. Octavo (22 x 14 cm), pp.[4]; xxii; 352; [4]; pp.[4]; xii; 523; [5]; pp.[4]; viii; 495; [5]. With six folding maps at the rear of volume III. In later red polished full calf by C. T. Hayward with gilt titles to spines. Marbled edges and endpapers.Spines sunned with some light external wear. Very good indeed. First published in 1801 by Edinburgh University's Professor of Universal History.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington
2017-12-11 09:02:30
BORRELLI, Pasquale 1782-1849
Oblong quarto, 228 x 295 mm. Sewn in signatures. Watermark "D. Giovanni G" and fleur-de-lis within a double-lined circular frame. 212 pp. notated in ink on rastrum-ruled staves varying from 10 to 20 in number. The work consists of 9 numbers. The action takes place in the ruins of the ancient city of Velia, not far from Salerno, south of Naples. Named characters include Lucania, Palinoro, Melpina, Zenone, Otone, Roberto Sacerdote (the Priest), and chorus and orchestra. Some corrections and cancels. A copy of the libretto (presumably manuscript) is held at the Biblioteca dell'Archivio di Stato di Salerno, which attributes the music of the cantata to the lawyer, scientist, politician, and philosopher Pasquale Borrelli. We have not located any other sources, either printed or manuscript, of the work. Written to commemorate the name day of Queen Maria Isabella, second wife of King Francis I, King of the Two Sicilies, who reigned from 1825 to 1830. Maria Isabella was the daughter of King Charles IV of Spain. For a more extensive description of the work and setting, see Fiore: Il Teatro a Salereno nei secoli XVIII e XIX in Rassegna Storica Salernitana Year 5, January-July 1944, pp. 58-59.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC [Syosset, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-12-11 00:15:15
Blunt, Joseph
New York: Geo. & Chas. Carvill, 1825. 6,116pp. Original paper boards, printed cover label. Spine perishing, front hinge cracked, boards scuffed, moderate edge wear. Light worming in margin of final leaves, not affecting text. Moderate foxing and tanning. A good copy in original condition. Untrimmed. Includes a history of the discovery of America, occupying powers, land claims, treaties, Indians, adoption of various state constitutions and the Articles of Confederation, etc. "This is a very careful consideration of the tenure by which the United States acquired a title to the lands once occupied or claimed by the Indians. Mr. Blunt analyzes in a most judicious and impartial manner, the complex rights of the savage and civilized claimants; more especially of those by which the State of New York assumes proprietorship of the lands once held by the Six Nations, and of the States of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, in those of the Creeks, Choctaws, and Cherokees" - Field. An important work on early Indian policy. SABIN 6040. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 19774. HOWES B559. FIELD 143.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-12-11 00:01:09
AYACUCHO, Battle of].
Santiago de Chile, Imprenta Nacional, [cover letter dated January 9, 1825]. Folio (30.5 x 21.5 cm.), disbound. Caption title. Two columns. Several tears, without loss. Narrow strip (1.5 x 17 cm.) trimmed from left margin. Uncut. In good condition. Broadside. *** This report from Lima, dated 18 December 1824, gives a brief account of the Battle of Ayacucho (9 December) and its aftermath. It was the final battle in the struggle for Peruvian independence, and thus the end of the Spanish-American wars of independence. According to the cover letter, dated at Valparaiso, January 9, 1825, and signed by José Ignacio Zenteno, the report was handed by the Libertador del Perú to the captain of the a French frigate, who brought it to Chile.*** Not located in Briseño. Not located in CCPBE. Not located in Rebiun. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2017-12-10 13:55:10
MACCULLOCH (John). [BROWNE (James)]
Edinburgh: Printed for Daniel Lizars, 1825. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, 178 x 112 mms., pp. [iv], including half-title, contemporary half calf, marbled boards (rubbed), spine gilt, red leather label; slight wear to joints, but a very good copy. The title refers to a book by the surgeon and geologist John Macculloch (1773 - 1835) entitled The Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland (1824), in which he argued, or at least asserted, that the occupants of Scotland's highlands were lazy and should be cleared from the land. Needless to say, the book did not meet with universal approval. Browne's book begins with a survey of recent works on the highlands and highlanders, with, for example, this observation on Samuel Johnson's : "full of grumbling, saucy, ill-natured observations, the spawn of a mind contracted and illiberal, deeply imbued with prejudice, and incomparably more enamoured of antithesis than truth,--the whole being delivered in that pompous domineering tone of insolent superiority, which, from long habit and slavish acquiescence, had become habitual and natural to him." Browne's critical examination of Macculloch's work meets with ever more invective and abuse. The Quarterly Review noted in 1827 that "The unexampled unanimity of opinion which has been expressed by the Literary Press of this Country on this Spirited Defence of the Highlanders, has placed its character as a work of Controversy in a more conspicuous light than any other work of the kind which has appeared since M'Nicoll's Remarks on Johnson." L. J. Bruce-Chwatt, "John Macculloch, M. D., F. R. S. (1773 - 1835) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2017-12-10 12:14:15
THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ALMANACK.
c1825. Size: 415 x 560 mm. Copperplate engraving. Fair condition. A calming and peaceful view of the back of St.John's College with the River Cam flowing quietly beside it. Students are seen strolling along the path in the foreground, and also in conversation on the bridge. The engraving has been cropped and laid onto old paper. The title is pencilled in the bottom left hand corner.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2017-12-09 20:35:43
SIDDONS, G. A.]
Ansel Phelps, Greenfield, MA 1825 - (6 x 3 1/2 inches). 108pp. Publisher's ad on rear board. Publisher's lettered boards, rebacked at an early date with blue checked calico cloth Provenance: A. Lovett (signature dated 1830) The first furniture finisher's manual published in America. Clear and concise instructions are given for dying and staining woods, making glue, making and applying varnish, polishing, japanning, cleaning woods and metals, and much more. For example, to make furniture oil: "Take linseed oil, put it in a glazed pipkin, with as much alkanet root as it will cover; let it boil gently, and you will find it become of a strong red color: let it cool, and it will be fit for use." Six tables in the appendix provide assistance for figuring lengths and weights, and an index follows. This first American edition reprinted from a London edition, and described on the title as "a new edition, with considerable additions. Including an appendix containing several valuable tables." Not in American Imprints, and only nine copies in OCLC. Rink 1793. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)
2017-12-09 17:49:10
EDGEWORTH, Maria.
Printed for R. Hunter. 1825. FIRST EDITION. 4 vols. Contemp. half black calf, spines attractively dec. & lettered in gilt; sl. rubbing to heads & tails of spines. Earlier ownership details carefully removed from titlepages. An attractive copy. Loeber E33; 'A sequel to 'Harry and Lucy' from The Continuation of early Lessons' (1814). That work was itself a continuation of Practical Education: or, the History of Harry and Lucy, a work started in 1780 by Edgeworth's father, Richard Lovell Edgeworth, but left incomplete. It consists of a series of instructive conversations, wherein inquisitive children Harry and Lucy ask searching questions of their oracle-like parents. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
2017-12-09 17:49:10
EDGEWORTH, Maria.
Printed for R. Hunter. 1825 Contemp. half black calf, spines attractively dec. & lettered in gilt; sl. rubbing to heads & tails of spines. Earlier ownership details carefully removed from titlepages. An attractive copy.Loeber E33; 'A sequel to 'Harry and Lucy' from The Continuation of early Lessons' (1814). That work was itself a continuation of Practical Education: or, the History of Harry and Lucy, a work started in 1780 by Edgeworth's father, Richard Lovell Edgeworth, but left incomplete. It consists of a series of instructive conversations, wherein inquisitive children Harry and Lucy ask searching questions of their oracle-like parents.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2017-12-09 12:23:27
BORRELLI, Pasquale 1782-1849
Oblong quarto, 228 x 295 mm. Sewn in signatures. Watermark "D. Giovanni G" and fleur-de-lis within a double-lined circular frame. 212 pp. notated in ink on rastrum-ruled staves varying from 10 to 20 in number. The work consists of 9 numbers. The action takes place in the ruins of the ancient city of Velia, not far from Salerno, south of Naples. Named characters include Lucania, Palinoro, Melpina, Zenone, Otone, Roberto Sacerdote (the Priest), and chorus and orchestra. Some corrections and cancels. A copy of the libretto (presumably manuscript) is held at the Biblioteca dell'Archivio di Stato di Salerno, which attributes the music of the cantata to the lawyer, scientist, politician, and philosopher Pasquale Borrelli. We have not located any other sources, either printed or manuscript, of the work. Written to commemorate the name day of Queen Maria Isabella, second wife of King Francis I, King of the Two Sicilies, who reigned from 1825 to 1830. Maria Isabella was the daughter of King Charles IV of Spain. For a more extensive description of the work and setting, see Fiore: Il Teatro a Salereno nei secoli XVIII e XIX in Rassegna Storica Salernitana Year 5, January-July 1944, pp. 58-59.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2017-12-09 03:57:40
COX (Hiram)] CHAALONS D'ARGE (Auguste-Philibert)
Paris, Arthus-Bertrand. 1825, 1825, in-8, 2 vol, carte, [4]-XI-CLVI-210 + [4]-402 pp, 5 pl, veau vert, filet doré et roulette à froid en encadrement sur les plats, roulette sur les coupes, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque), Carte de l'empire birman, dressée et dessinée par Desmadryl jeune, et 5 lithographies coloriées à la main par Demanne, représentant des personnages en costume. PREMIERE EDITION française de ce récit de voyage en Birmanie. En 1795, au service de la Compagnie anglaise des Indes orientales, le capitaine Hiram Cox fut envoyé en Birmanie pour tenir des négociations commerciales auprès de la cour impériale. Satisfait de sa conduite, on le chargea aussitôt de secourir la population de la province d'Arakan, qui était alors tyrannisée par le gouvernement birman. Mais au cours de cette mission, sous un climat ambiant pénible, Hiram Cox trouva la mort en 1798. Ses papiers et son journal furent ensuite récupérés par son fils Henry, qui les publia en 1821 à Londres, sous le titre The Journal of a Residence in the Burman Empire, soit plus de vingt ans après la parution de l'ouvrage du major Michael Symes, qui avait aussi participé à la première mission (An account of an Embassy of the Kingdom of Ava.., Londres, 1800). "Complément indispensable" du voyage de Symes, la relation de Cox livre un témoignage précieux sur la Birmanie, une "contrée tellement peu connue, que son nom semble [...] se révéler pour la première fois à l'Europe" (p. XI de l'Avertissement). Ouvrage enrichi d'un grand nombre de notes et d'un essai historique sur l'empire des Bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2017-12-08 20:59:16
Chitty, Joseph
Philadelphia, PA: Printed for H.C. Carey and I. Lea, 1825. Leather Bound. Very Good. L 8vo 7.75 - 9.75'' tall. "Three volumes complete. Light brown polished leather. Nice Firm copies ! Moderate general wear. Moderate foxing. Previous owners names (1828, 1843). Red spine label with gold 'Chitty's Pleading', black label Vol. 1, 2, 3. Binding strong, hinges strong, text complete. Volumes 1 and 2 printed by Carey and Lea 1825, 4th American from the 3rd London Edition with corrections and additions by John A. Dunlap with additional notes and references to later decisions by E.D. Ingraham, Esq. Volume 3 published by Isaac Riley 1821 titled: 'Supplement to a treatise on Pleading; Containing a copious Collection of Practical Precedents of Pleadings in Personal, Real, and Mixed Actions With American Precedents.' All bindings identical. 743 + 772 + 728 pages. Joseph Chitty (1775-1841) was an English lawyer and legal writer, author of some of the earliest practitioners' texts and founder of an important dynasty of lawyers. He practised as a special pleader under the bar for some years before his call to the bar, which took place at the Middle Temple on 28 June 1816. He enjoyed an enormous practice, and trained a great number of the most eminent lawyers, and poured forth a series of standard practitioners' books. His learning and his memory were alike extraordinary, and although inclining to excessive technicality he did more than perhaps any man of his time to facilitate the study of the law. An illness in 1833 withdrew him from practice. . ISBN: B00087M5CG. Catalogs: Law/True Cri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BookScene [Hull, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-08 19:40:46
an English Physician
French domestic cookery, combining economy with elegance, and adapted to the use of families of moderate fortune, by an English Physician, many years resident on the Continent, printed for Thomas Boys, London 1825, pp. XII, 418, cm 19, bella legatura in mezza pelle coeva con titolo in tassello di carta applicato al dorso. Pubblicazione in lingua inglese. Volume di ricette tipiche della cucina francese adeguate alle esigenze economiche del ceto medio. Il testo descrive più di mille ricette suddivise per tipologia (zuppe, carni, pesce, verdure, uova, formaggi, dolci, marmellate, sciroppi ecc.) e si chiude con un glossario di termini tecnici. Firma d'appartenenza e data alla seconda pagina di guardia. Perfetto, con legatura solida. Estremamente raro. Mai apparso in vendita sul mercato italiano e assente presso le biblioteche pubbliche nazionali.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Idrometra [IT]
2017-12-08 15:20:50
Kornick, Meier.
Berlin, Maurer, 1825. (2), XL, 152 (recte: 160) SS. (S. 4a/b, 20a-d, 120A/121A eingeschaltet). Orangefarbener strukturierter Pappband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und -fileten. Folio (270 x 420 mm). Einzige Ausgabe. - Der Gelehrte und Mathematiker Meyer Moses Kornick (auch: Kurnik, gest. 1826 in Hamburg) stammte aus Glogau, wo er auch als Rabbiner wirkte. "Kornick, who had corresponded with Rabbis Akiva Eger and Moses Sofer as well as contemporary Christian savants, published synoptic calendar tables that were highly regarded in scholarly circles, both Jewish and non-Jewish [... This] concordance of Julian, Gregorian, Jewish, and Islamic calendars formed the basis of Jahn's 'Tafeln' (Leipzig, 1856). It was highly praised by Isidore Loeb in his 'Tables du Calendrier Juif' (Paris: Durlacher, 1886). Max Simon [...] explained that although Kornick's esteemed tables were sold out at booksellers they still could be found with scholars who rely upon the tables for their research" (E. Carlebach, When Does the Modern Period of the Jewish Calendar Begin?, in: L. Strauss [ed.], Mediating Modernity [2008], S. 43-54, hier: S. 47; 53). - Im Rand gering braunfleckig. Einband berieben und an Ecken und Kanten bestoßen; einige Bezugsabplatzungen. Mit hs. Widmung "Till Blekingska Nationens Bibliothek" und Besitzcvermerk "C. V. Hammar" (sowie Hinzufügung "+ 1846 30/4") am Vorsatz. - Fürst II, 206. Kayser III, 398. Bibliographie von Deutschland I (1826), S. 156, Nr. 1174. OCLC 233683853.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-12-08 14:48:03
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.John Gilbert, (Succesor to John Ross,) Publisher, Royal Arcade. No date [circa1825]. 8 pages. Illustrated with 6 wood-engravings in a variety of styles and from a variety of souces,, Original yellow wrappers, with a wood engraving to the upper panel; alphabet to the lower. 15.5 x 9.5 cm. Name on first page and a small ink stain; else a very good copy. Scarce.
Bookseller: David Miles Books
2017-12-08 06:29:53
ANONYME
Edition 'sold to benefit the subscription. Book adorned with a frontispiece. Internal foxing, two gaps on the second flat, marginal bites on the first board. Any scarcity. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! S.n. Paris 1825 13,5x22cm broché
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-12-08 02:00:10
Manno Giuseppe (1786-1868)
Torino, per Alliana e Paravia (IV tomo per Alliana), 1825. 4 voll. in 8°; (205x125); pp. (4) 329 (3) XXXV; pp. 423 (3) XII; pp. 540 (4); pp. 370 (6) con il ritratto fuori testo inciso in rame dell' autore in antiporta al quarto volume.Legatura coeva in mezza pell con titolo e fregi in oro e a secco sul dorso. Qualche abrasione e piccole mancanze della carta che ricopre i piatti, lievi spellature ai dorsi. Presenza di abrasioni causate da lavoro di insetto ai piatti e lungo il dorso, specialmente agli angoli dei piatti dei voll. I e IV. Al vol. III e al vol. IV piccolo foro di tarlo lungo le cerniere del dorso. Internamente carta con leggere e naturali rossure variabili, leggera gora d'acqua alle ultime 30 pagine del terzo volume. Al quarto volume due gore marginali alla tavola di ritratto. Su poche pagine del terzo e quarto volume alcune leggere sottolineature ad inchiostro. Buona copia ben legata. Prima edizione di questa celebre opera della Storia sarda. Nel 1847 fu pubblicata dal Nostro la Storia della Sardegna. Appendice per gli anni dal 1793 al 1799.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Roberto Orsini [IT]
2017-12-07 19:43:36
Heckel, A.W.
Heinrich Haubenstricker, Nürnberg, 1825. XVI/IV/351/336 S./1 Bl., original Halbleder/Halbfranzeinbände mit je 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern (alte Widmung auf Vorsatz/Stempel auf Titel/etwas berieben) - Erste Auflage/einheitliche, gute Bände -
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat
2017-12-07 08:26:36
Ivan Andreevitch Krylov, Pierre-Edouard Lemontey, Francesco Saverio Salfi, Kriloff
Paris, Bossange, Librairie De S.A.R. Le Duc D'Orleans, 1825. 1° Edition, 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Half-Leather. Cain, Isabey. Fables russes tirées du recueil de M. Kriloff et imitées en vers français et italiens par divers auteurs ; précédées d'une introduction française de M. Lémontey ; et d'une préface italienne de M. Salfi ; publiées par M. le comte Orloff , Texte en russe, en italien et en francais. Portr. gr. en front. de Krilov d'apres Cain, 5 gravures, 2 vol. (LXI-242-[6] p. 378-[4] p.) : portr. ill. ; in-8, demi cuir, beaucoup des rousseurs, le couverture n'est pas frais, trés rare Good.
Bookseller: Tanchelmus Antiquariaat [Berchem, Belgium]
2017-12-06 14:42:07
Homer
London: Geo. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane. 1825 - Geo. B. Whittaker, 1825. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Names of previous owner on the ffep.   London: Printed for Geo. Whittaker, 1825. Two volumes, 8vo., Second Edition, some light dust-soiling to text; original half leather binding with marbled boards, covers mildly age-worn, a crisp, firm copy.   First published in 1821.     Condition Report Externally Spine – very good condition – worn. Joints – very good condition – worn. Corners – good condition – bumped and worn. Boards –  good condition – worn. Page edges – good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – very good condition. Paste downs – good condition – bookplate of Arundell Neave. End papers – good condition – owner’s signature. Title – good condition. Pages – good condition. Binding – good condition – attractive. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1825. Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Louis88Books
2017-12-06 11:35:16
[Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm] ("collected by") M M Grimm
1825. [still in the original boards] translated from the Kinder und Haus Marchen. From Oral Tradition. [In Two Volumes.] London: James Robins & Co. / Dublin: Joseph Robins Junr. & Co., 1825/1826. 10 pp preliminary ads in Vol I; 1 page terminal ads in Vol II. Original pink paper-covered boards with green cloth spines and printed spine labels, all page edges uncut. First Edition in English of Vol II, and second edition of Vol I -- which is how this pair of volumes is often found, since the 1823 first edition of Vol I "is a rarity eagerly sought after by collectors of early children's books" [Quayle, in 1971]. That 1823 first volume was by a different publisher and in a different binding, but here, both the 1825 Vol I and the 1826 Vol II are by the publisher and in the binding that is standard for Vol II. (This second edition of Vol I includes a ten-page Preface not in the first.)~The volumes contain such tales as "The Travelling [Bremen-Town] Musicians," "Hansel and Grettel," "Rumpel-stilts-kin" and "Tom Thumb." Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, both professors of linguistics, collaborated in collecting these folk and fairy tales from the mouths of their country-folk; the tales had first been published in German in two volumes in 1812/1815. Included in these two volumes are engraved title pages plus nineteen (of twenty) plates by a young George Cruikshank.~As for condition, there is general wear to the edges of the boards and a little at the ends of the spines; about half of the Vol I spine label, and about a third of the Vol II spine label, have perished. There is occasion … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [U.S.A.]
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2017-12-06 11:35:16
Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm] ("collected by") M.M. Grimm
1825 - [still in the original boards] translated from the Kinder und Haus Marchen. From Oral Tradition. [In Two Volumes.] London: James Robins & Co. / Dublin: Joseph Robins Junr. & Co., 1825/1826. 10 pp preliminary ads in Vol I; 1 page terminal ads in Vol II. Original pink paper-covered boards with green cloth spines and printed spine labels, all page edges uncut. First Edition in English of Vol II, and second edition of Vol I -- which is how this pair of volumes is often found, since the 1823 first edition of Vol I "is a rarity eagerly sought after by collectors of early children's books" [Quayle, in 1971]. That 1823 first volume was by a different publisher and in a different binding, but here, both the 1825 Vol I and the 1826 Vol II are by the publisher and in the binding that is standard for Vol II. (This second edition of Vol I includes a ten-page Preface not in the first.)~The volumes contain such tales as "The Travelling [Bremen-Town] Musicians," "Hansel and Grettel," "Rumpel-stilts-kin" and "Tom Thumb." Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, both professors of linguistics, collaborated in collecting these folk and fairy tales from the mouths of their country-folk; the tales had first been published in German in two volumes in 1812/1815. Included in these two volumes are engraved title pages plus nineteen (of twenty) plates by a young George Cruikshank.~As for condition, there is general wear to the edges of the boards and a little at the ends of the spines; about half of the Vol I spine label, and about a third of the Vol II spine label, have perished. There is occasional foxing, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA] [U.S.A.]
2017-12-06 09:48:37
Adolph Kunike
Wien Adolph Kunike []. Historische Ortsansicht. Lithografie / Lavierlithografie, um 1825. Von Franz Wolf, nach Adolph Friedrich Kunike. 19,0 x 26,6 cm (Darstellung / Stein) / 22,5 x 30 cm (Blatt). Aus: Adolph Kunike, Malerische Darstellungen aus der Sächsischen Schweitz und den Umgebungen Dresden?s in Aquatinte Manier auf Stein nach einer neuen Methode bearbeitet und herausgegeben (Wien: Adolph Kunike [1825]). - Unterhalb signiert links "Kunike lithogr." sowie rechts "Auf Stein getuscht v. F. Wolf." Mittig betitelt. - Romantische Ansicht von der Anhöhe bei Postelwitz auf das Elbtal bei Bad Schandau. - Blatt aus der seltene Folge der "Malerischen Darstellungen aus der Saechsischen Schweitz" unter Anwendung einer um 1824 von Alois Senefelder in Paris entwickelten Technik, bei der man durch fein abgestufte Tuschpinsellavierung auf Stein aquatintaähnliche Effekte erzielte - eine Lavierlithografie, die auch als "Stein-Lavis" bezeichnet wird. - Leicht stockfleckiges Papier mit schmalem Rand und marginalen Knickspuren. Sonst guter Erhaltungszustand. Franz Wolf (1795 - 1859 Wien). Österreichischer Landschaftsmaler, Zeichner und Lithograf. 1811 Studium an der Kunstakademie in Wien, 1813 bei Hubert Maurer. Arbeitete insbesondere für das Lithographische Institut von Adolph Friedrich Kunike. Adolph Friedrich Kunike (1777 Greifswald - 1838 Wien). Auch Adolph Kunike. Österreichischer Maler und Lithograf, Wegbereiter der frühen Lithografie in Wien und Österreich. Ab 1804 Studium an der Wiener Kunstakademie. Weilte 1808-10 als Historienmaler in Rom. Danach in Wien u.a. Zeichenlehrer der Fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL [Dresden, Germany]
2017-12-06 08:56:31
DUCHEMIN DESCEPEAUX (J.)
Imprimerie royale, 1825, 1827. 2 volumes in-8, (10-444 et (4)-464 pp., reliure de l'époque pleine basane racinée, dos ornés, tranches marbrées (coiffes frottées, une coiffe arasée, coins émoussés). * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français
Bookseller: Chez les libraires associés [Paris, France]
2017-12-06 06:51:26
CALDCLEUGH, Alexander;
London, John Murray, 1825, First edition. 8vo [21.5 x 13 cm]; 2 volumes, xii, 373; viii, 380 pp, 9 aquatint plates including 2 frontis's, one of which is hand-colored, 2 folding maps (one in photocopy), appendix, engravings by Finden after drwgs by W. Daniel, tables. new cloth-backed boards in period style with paper spine title lettering, light offsetting from plates, some minor foxing on a few leaves, else a near fine set, clean and solid. Borba de Moraes I, 144: 'Caldcleugh's work has great documentary value. An excellent and impartial observer, he describes Rio de Janeiro with great accuracy and studies the social, agricultural, financial and political situation in Brazil. The part referring to the mines in Minas Geraes is of great interest. The first volume contains two very beautiful views of Rio de Janeiro.' Griffin 3455: 'An example of the very important travel literature of the period.' Abbey Travel 699. Sabin 9877. Naylor 4. Humphreys 825. There are numerous appendices including meteorology, slaves, vessels arriving in Buenos Ayres, route to Chile, various political and legal matters, etc.
Bookseller: Horizon Books [CA]
2017-12-06 04:16:21
D. L. Richardson [David Lester Richardson]
Thomas and George Underwood, 1825. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. [v], vi-viii, [2], 3-151, [1]p. First edition. Bound in full calf. David Lester Richardson (1801-1865) was a poet and writer. "He became a cadet in the Bengal army, and went to India in 1819, where he contributed poetry to the Calcutta Journal in 1820, and published 'Miscellaneous Poems' (1822). In 1824 he returned to England for health reasons, and founded the 'London Weekly Review', which afterwards became Colburn's Court Journal. He also published another volume of poetry, 'Sonnets and other Poems' (1825), which was reprinted as 'Sonnets and Miscellaneous Poems Written in India', in Jones's 'Diamond Poets' (1827), and again in 'Jones's Cabinet of the British Poets' (1837). The inflated nature of the notes to these reprints was criticized by John Wilson (Christopher North), who thought little of Richardson's work, referring to him as 'The Diamond Poet, who published three hunder and sixty-five panegyrics on his ain genius, by way of Notes and Illustrations to his Sonnets' (Noctes Ambrosianae, 60, December 1828)." - ODNB Condition: Very good. Rubbed with some loss. Ink inscription to the front blank. Foxing to the first and last few pages with the occasional spot or thumbmark throughout.
Bookseller: Blueberry Books
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2017-12-05 17:22:30
BOURDET
1825 - Histoire Ecclésiastique du Diocèse de COUTANCES Contenant la vie des Evêques de ce lieu et ce qui s'est passé de plus remarquable sous l'episcopat de chacun Par Monsieur l'Abbé Toustain de BILLY, curé de Mesnil près de St LO, édité vers 1700, l'exemplaire de la bibliothèque de Caen (sur lequel celui-ci a été copié par Bourdet, écolier de Quineville, en 1825, mort maître d'école à Yvetot en 1826) est en deux volumes in folio contemporain de l'auteur, mort en 1709 a été donné à Mr Moyrand bibliothècaire de Caen par Mr Jourdan, notaire. Important ouvrage relié (20.5 cm x 26.5 cm) reliure demi-cuir, dos lisse, orné du titre doré, couverture cartonnée marbrée vert, 708 pages, manuscrites, suivies de 66 pages d'une table alphabétique, suivies de 71 pages du Livre qui contient les choses notables arrivées dans l'abbaye de Cerisey depuis sa fondation jusqu'à présent, suivies d'un courrier décrivant les armoiries des evêques du diocèse de Coutances, (marque postale 46 la Haye du Puits 1836) Bon état d'usage (couverture usagée, intérieur en excellent état) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Liseronsblancs
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