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        Contes moraux

      First illustrated editionBound in full morocco vintage lemon. back smooth decorated with grotesque scrolls and foliage. parts of title and volume number in red morocco. Triple net framing on the boards. gilt edges. 4 corners bumped. 2 discolored as exhibits. Chez Merlin A Paris 1765 In-12 (9,7x16,7cm) (2) xvj, 345pp. et (6) 376pp. et (6) 312pp. 3 tomes en 3 volumes reliés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Théâtre. Avec des commentaires et autres morceaux intéressants.

      - Sans lieu, [Genève], 1765, 12 volumes plein veau moucheté, dos lisse orné de fleurons dorés, tranches mouchetées. Seconde édition du théâtre de Corneille , ornée d'un frontispice par Pierre gravé par Watelet et de 34 figures de Gravelot gravées par Baquoy, Radigues, Lemire, etc.Très bel exemplaire malgré une épidermure au second plat du tome 5. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Traité de l'existance, de la nature et des propriétés du fluide des nerfs, et principalement de son action dans le mouvement musculaire [Suivi des] Dissertations sur la Sensibilité des Méninges, des Tendons, & de l'Insensibilité du Cerveau, la Structure

      1765 - de (8), 331, (1) pages et 6 Berlin, 1765, in-8, de (8), 331, (1) pages et 6 planches, veau marbré de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, filet à froid sur les plats, Ces deux mémoires furent présentés à l'Académie de Berlin en 1753 et le premier fut couronné. 6 planches repliées gravées sur cuivre dont la fameuse planche représentant l'Ourang-Outang et sa femelle ; deux très belles vignettes gravées sur cuivre. Charles Nicolas Le Cat (1700-1768) fut le premier à avoir élaboré un système global de la fonction cérébrale. Dans cet ouvrage, signalons deux très importants passages sur les fonctions motrice (pp. 82-86) et sensorielle (pp. 139-194). On a relié en tête de cet ouvrage : Ballexserd, Dissertation sur l'éducation physique des enfans, Paris, 1762, in-8 de (8), 238, et 10 pages ; et à la fin : Godar, Dissertation sur la nature, la manière d'agir, les espèces et les usages des antispasmodiques, 1765, in-8 de VIII, 150 et (2) pages. Bon exemplaire [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        The constitution of the Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blue and Orange.

      Manuscript* on paper, 4to., on 11 written-up pages, written in a calligraphic hand in red, blue and black inks, numerous blank leaves, the paper watermarked 'LVG', bound in contemporary calf, neatly rebacked and spine lettered gilt. In very good state of preservation The Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blew (Blue) and Orange was founded between 1733 and 1736 by officers of the King's Own Royal Regiment to commemorate the Revolution of 1688 and the accession of the House of Hanover. The Society is possibly the first Regimental Association relating to the King's Own. The Society had formal dinners four times each year, the last recorded meeting being in 1801. As well as celebrating the Revolution and the accession of the Hanoverians in 1714 (1st August), the Society also kept the anniversaries of the Battle of the Boyne (11th July) and the Battle of Culloden (16th April) where they sustained most of the government casualties. The present manuscript was prepared probably at the time when the Colonel of the Regiment was the Hon. Robert Brundenell, just a few years after the Regiment had distinguished itself at Guadeloupe (1759). The manuscript comprises: 1. Rules to be observ'd by the members of the Loyal & Friendly Society of the Blue and Orange. 2. Abstract of the Proceedings with regard to the form & ceremony of installing a person at his being admitted a member of the Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blue and Orange. 3. The Declaration (the oath made by the new member). 4. Minutes of meetings on various dates between November 1754 and February 1765. The final meeting recorded here, which took place on 21st February 1765, is of some particular interest. It records a meeting of the Society called to consider a request by Colonel Robert Melville, "Governor of the ceded islands in the West Indies" for a "deputation to enable him to appoint officers & constitute a Society in the West Indies, in order to admit members into the Loyal & Friendly Society of the Blue & Orange, the said Governor Melvill being himself a member". The request was duly granted, under certain conditions, by an unanimous vote. Robert Melville (1723-1809),was a distinguished army officer and colonial governor. It was in July 1763, after the Treaty of Paris, that he was appointed as the new Governor of the Ceded Islands (Grenada, the Grenadines, Tobago, Dominica and St. Vincent). His seven-year governorship was largely successful and he was promoted to Major-General in August 1766. He was a prominent freemason and an energetic supporter of the Scots Corporation in London as well as other Scottish charities. * Apparently written by a J. Barnard with his notation "J. Barnard 4th Regt. Fecit" at foot of third leaf. We are informed by the curator of the King's Own Royal Regiment museum at Lancaster (Mr. Peter Donnelly) that the only related documents in the possession of the museum are dated a little after 1801.

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        The School of Fencing, with a general explanation of the principal attitudes and positions peculiar to the art. Dedicated to their Royal Heighnesses the Duke of Gloucester and Prince Henry-Frederic. L`Ecole des Armes...

      Second edition. London, Printed for S. Hooper, 1765. Oblong-folio (284 x 462). 47 engraved plates by Ruyland and Hall after J. Gruyn. (6) + 63 + (1 blank) + (4) pp. Contemporary full calf. Spine richly gilt. Front joint weak. Top and bottom of spine a little worn. Corners bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown, otherwise a good copy.. First published in French in 1763. This is the first edition with text in English and French

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        La défense de mon oncle 1767 With VOLTAIRE Contes du Guillaume Vadé edition augmentée par lauteur dun supplément au discours aux Welches A Geneve


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        Anleitung zum Clavierspielen, der schönern Ausübung der heutigen Zeit gemäß entworfen. Zweyte verb. Auflage.

      - Mit 20 gest. Notentafeln auf 10 Falttafeln. Berlin, Haude und Spener 1765. - Ldr. d. Zt. mit farb. RSch. Kl.-4to. 6 Bll., 78 S., 3 Bll. Die erste Ausgabe der gründlichen Anleitung erschien 10 Jahre zuvor ebenfalls bei Haude und Spener in Berlin. - "Unter den deutschen Theoretikern der Aufklärung hat Marpurg früh zentrale Bedeutung erlangt . Burney (sah) in ihm 'perhaps the first German theorist that could patiently be read by persons of taste'. Gegen die Jh.-Wende schließlich galt Marpurg nicht nur als 'einer der frühesten und verdientesten Lehrer des mus. Deutschlands' (Spazier, 1800) sondern geradezu als 'einer der größten mus. Theoretiker in ganz Europa' (Schubart)" (MGG VIII, 1670). - Angeb.: Hiller, J. A., Anweisung zum musikalisch - richtigen Gesange, mit hinlänglichen Exempeln erläutert. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Mit 1 gest. Titelvignette und zahlr. typogr. Musiknoten im Text. Leipzig, J. F. Junius 1774. 10 Bll., 224 S.; 64 S. - Eitner V, 148. - MGG VI, 413. - Vgl. Wolffheim I, 706. - Erste Ausgabe, mit dem meist fehlenden zweiten Teil (Exempelbuch). - Aus Hillers pädagogischer Praxis heraus entstand "eine Reihe von Gesang-Schulwerken, die in ihrer durchdachten Methodik für Deutschland erstmalig waren und bis weit ins 19. Jh. hinein wirksam blieben" (MGG). - Kaum stockfleckig. Einbd. berieben und bestoßen, tls. mit kl. Kratzspuren. Sehr schöner Sammelband.Eitner VI, 340. - Vgl. Wolffheim I, 807. 800 g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst Hamburg GmbH]
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      Printed for W. Nicoll, at the Paper-Mill, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London 1765 - 12mo, two volumes, pp. [1-2] [i-iii] iv-x [xi-xiv] [1] 2-336; [i-viii] [1] 2-358, full calf, all panels ruled in gold, edges speckled red. First edition. Highway robbery, piracy on the Thames, murder, rape, a midwife tried for "not doing his duty," and more. Female miscreants are well represented. Many of the cases concern conspiracy, forgery. counterfeiting, and fraud. ESTC T114036. Half titles present, lacks front free endpaper in volume II, a very clean, attractive copy. Scarce in commerce. (#154541) [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Staats- und Erd-Beschreibung der ganzen Helvetischen Eidgenossschaft, - derselben gemeinen Herrschaften und zugewandten Orten.

      Orell Gessner, Zürich 1765 - 4 Bde. Zürich, Orell Gessner, 1765-1768. 8°. XVI, 975, S., (1) S. (Druckfehler); VIII, 778 S., (1) S. (Druckfehler); VIII, 783 S., (1) S. (Druckfehler); V, (3), 680, 111, (1), 32 S. Mit Textholzschnitt. Pergamentbände der Zeit mit grünem Rückenschild. Haller I, 743. - Erste Ausgabe. "Ein wahrhaft classisches Buch, dem man nichts als eine allzugrosse Weitläuftigkeit und zu häufige politische oft unbedachtsame Betrachtungen vorwerfen kann" (Haller). - Durchgehend leicht stockfleckig. Pergamentbände der Zeit mit grünem Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz AG]
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        Atlas historique de la France ancienne et moderne ( ) depuis Pharamond jusqu'à Louis XV. Dressé pour servir à la lecture de l'Histoire de MM. Velly et Villare par M. Rizzi Zannoni ( ) mise au jour et exécutée par le S. Desnos ( ).

      - Paris, rue Saint-Jacques, au Globe [Desnos], 1765. In-4 (275 x 214 mm), broché, couverture de papier peint ancien orné d'un motif de branches et animaux dorés, tranches rouges, pages de titre et de dédicace gravées chacune sur feuillet double, 58 cartes gravées montées sur onglet dont 2 grandes cartes in-folio dépliantes, ensemble aquarellé à l'époque. Bel atlas comportant un titre-frontispice et une dédicace gravés chacun sur double feuillet, ainsi que 58 cartes gravées et aquarellées, dans un encadrement rocaille, dont deux grandes cartes de France in-folio repliées, l'ensemble exécuté par Louis Charles Desnos. D'origine italienne, installée plus de vingt ans à Paris, Giovanni Antonio Rizzi Zannoni est considéré comme l'un des principaux cartographes et géographes de son temps. Bel exemplaire, très frais, grand de marges (275 x 214 mm). Les cartes sont finement aquarellées à l'époque et imprimées sur papier fort. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL]
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      London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson et al., 1765. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION n. This is a well-preserved copy of the separate edition of Samuel Johnson's lauded "Preface" to "The Plays of William Shakespeare," complete with the half title. The "Preface" originally accompanied Johnson's eight-volume edition of Shakespeare (also published in 1765), a project that took the good doctor 20 years to complete, partly because of the scope of the undertaking and partly because of his own procrastination. Courtney & Smith notes that "Adam Smith is said to have called it 'the most manly piece of criticism that was ever published in any country.'" Indeed, the "Preface" seems to have been the most highly regarded and influential section of Johnson's entire corpus of work and gave "great impetus to Shakespearian study." It is quite likely that the "Preface" was one of the last sections Johnson delivered to the printer, as suggested by the presence of bracketed signatures in the original printing. That the editors saw fit to publish a separate edition of the "Preface" so close on the heels of "The Plays" speaks to the immediate popularity and acclaim it generated when first appearing as part of the larger work. The half title is not infrequently missing, a fact that in the present case is more than usually significant since it contains the price (one shilling), showing that the work was separately published. It is more than conceivable that the "M. Dawes" who signed the title page was the miscellaneous writer Manasseh Dawes (d. 1829), known in particular for his "Essay on Intellectual Liberty," published in 1780.. 218 x 130 mm. (8 1/4 x 5"). 2 p.l., v-lxxii pp. FIRST SEPARATE EDITION. 20th century speckled calf with a simple gilt border by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (with their stamp-signature on the front turn-in), raised bands on spine, red morocco spine title label with gilt lettering, and gilt edges (joints expertly repaired). Flower vase ornament on the title page. Ownership signature of "M. Dawes" on the title page. Courtney & Smith, p. 107; Fleeman 65.10SP/2b; ESTC T-6255. Corners and edges somewhat rubbed, but covers very well preserved, marginal loss to the upper corner of leaf a2, lightly toned throughout, but otherwise a very clean and appealing copy. This is a well-preserved copy of the separate edition of Samuel Johnson's lauded "Preface" to "The Plays of William Shakespeare," complete with the half title. The "Preface" originally accompanied Johnson's eight-volume edition of Shakespeare (also published in 1765), a project that took the good doctor 20 years to complete, partly because of the scope of the undertaking and partly because of his own procrastination. Courtney & Smith notes that "Adam Smith is said to have called it 'the most manly piece of criticism that was ever published in any country.'" Indeed, the "Preface" seems to have been the most highly regarded and influential section of Johnson's entire corpus of work and gave "great impetus to Shakespearian study." It is quite likely that the "Preface" was one of the last sections Johnson delivered to the printer, as suggested by the presence of bracketed signatures in the original printing. That the editors saw fit to publish a separate edition of the "Preface" so close on the heels of "The Plays" speaks to the immediate popularity and acclaim it generated when first appearing as part of the larger work. The half title is not infrequently missing, a fact that in the present case is more than usually significant since it contains the price (one shilling), showing that the work was separately published. It is more than conceivable that the "M. Dawes" who signed the title page was the miscellaneous writer Manasseh Dawes (d. 1829), known in particular for his "Essay on Intellectual Liberty," published in 1780.

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        Manuscript map, titled within the map:] The Road from Boston to Albany by way of Springfield and Great Barrington . [and] . by way of Northampton to Albany

      [New England 1765 - Pen-and-ink on laid paper, with the road coloured in sepia and with water elements in green, with a yellow wash border within the gradients, on 17 sheets. (Minor repairs, one small blank section in the upper border lacking). Provenance: Sir Francis Bernard, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts (1712-1779); by descent to Robert Spencer Bernard, Nether Winchendon House, Buckinghamshire, England. Among the earliest American road maps: an important large-scale survey accomplished for the Colonial Governor of Massachusetts in 1765. In November 1969, noted historian of cartography William P. Cumming discovered in the family home of Sir Francis Bernard "a collection of maps that, in purpose and type, differed so markedly from the more usual military, coastal and general colonial maps of the time that it stands out in both interest and importance. These were domestic maps, of a gentleman's estates and the roads to them . Probably Sir Francis's most important contribution to cartography was to have careful surveys made of the roads from Boston . westward to Albany, New York, on a one-inch to two-thirds-mile scale. It was along part of this Albany to Boston road that the American rebels dragged the heavy cannon captured at Fort Ticonderoga that, set up on Dorchester Heights, forced General Howe's evacuation of Boston in 1776 . No route maps as detailed as these, except for two short New Jersey road maps, are known for any other section of the eastern seaboard until those of Christopher Colles in 1789" (Cumming, p. 29-30). The present manuscript map depicts the road across Massachusetts, though does not extend as far as Albany. The road, divided into miles throughout, extends from Boston to Springfield, where it splits into two westward routes to Albany: the first a more southerly route via Great Barrington, Massachusetts, which ends on the present map at a point approximately 33 miles from Albany; and the more northerly route which is shown on the map as far as Northampton, just past the Connecticut River. The map is done on a very large scale of approximately 2/3 of a mile to the inch, with towns, rivers, mountains, residences, meetinghouses, and numerous taverns identified along the way. Cumming records this map (though as four separate entries [i.e. MP21-24, though with an incorrect sheet count]). Sir Francis Bernard became the Colonial Governor of Massachusetts in late 1759, shortly after British troops were victorious in the Battle of Quebec. That decisive French and Indian War victory opened a vast region for renewed English settlement and trade, thus necessitating the need for more accurate surveys of the roads. The present manuscript map was surveyed and drawn by talented military mapmaker Francis Miller in 1765 for Bernard, the details of which are recounted by Bernard in a 1766 letter to Lord Barrington: "I am desired to certify to your Lordship, that at the beginning of the Year 1764 Genl Gage at my Request, gave Leave to Ensign Francis Miller of the 45th regiment, then stationed in Newfoundland to come to Boston to assist me in some Works of Public Surveying, which I had undertaken in pursuance of resolutions of the general Assembly & partly by Orders from England. Mr Miller being then at an outpost & not easily relieved did not arrive at Boston till Nov in that Year, when the Season for actual Surveying was over. He was employed that Winter & Spring following in protracting the Surveys made that Summer, among which was a compleat Route from Fort Pownal on the River Penobscot to Quebec, & some other curious explorations of the Eastern parts of New England hitherto unknown to Englishmen: of which, elegant Maps drawn by Mr Miller have been transmitted to the Board of Trade. Early in the Last Summer I employed M' Miller (having previously informed Gen! Gage of the Intention) to make an actual Survey from Boston to Albany & back again by another Way being near 200 Miles; & afterwards from Boston to Penobscot being above 200 Miles;

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        Roma antica, e moderna o sia nuova descrizione di tutti glâ?? Edifizj antichi, e Moderni Sagri, e profani della città di Roma: Coâ?? nomi deglâ?? Autori di tutte le Opere di Architettura, Scultura e Pittura. Colla notizia deglâ?? Acquedotti, Strade, Costumi, Riti, Magistrati e Famiglie antiche Romane. Una Relazione della presente Corte di Roma, Deâ?? suoi Ministri, Congregazioni, e Tribunali, E la Cronologia deâ?? Re, Consoli, Imperadori e Pontefici Romani: con duecento e più figure in rame... Tomo primo (Tomo secondo e Tomo terzo)

      a spese di Niccola Roisecco Mercante Libraro, e Stampatore in Piazza Navona 1765 8vo (cm. 17,3), 3 Voll., XVI - 678 pp.; 1 c.nn., 670 pp.; 1 c.nn., 581(1) pp. Antiporta fig. al primo vol., incisioni su rame e xilografie n.t. nonchè tavv. f.t. anche più volte ripiegate. Belle brossure coeve in carta xilografata (tracce di usura soprattutto ai ds. e alle cerniere). Tasselli ms. di antica Biblioteca ai ds. Interni di assoluta freschezza. Rossetti, G - 1242.

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        Bildnis des Malers Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietricy (Dietrich). Darunter Inschrift. Kupferstich von Jacob Mathias Schmutzer nach einem Selbstbildnis.

      (Paris), datiert 1765. Format (Platte): 385 x 263 mm. Blattgröße: 475 x 310 mm.*Heller-Andersen 18 II; Le Blanc 32 II; Nagler 16. - Schmutzer (1733-1811) war ein produktiver Wiener Zeichner und Kupferstecher. 1762 nahm ihn die damalige europäische Koryphäe des Kupferstichs Johann Georg Wille als Schüler auf \"wie ein Vater seinen Sohn\" (Nagler). Schmutzer lernte dort in 5 Jahren die meisterliche Behandlung des Grabstichels. Vorliegend das letzte für Wille geschaffene Blatt, 1766 kehrte er nach Wien zurück, wo er selbst eine Kupferstecherakademie gründete. Er bildete dort zahlreiche Schüler aus und begründete den Ruhm der Wiener Reproduktionsgrafik. - Sehr schönes Künstlerbildnis des sächsischen Malers und Kupferstecher Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich (1712-1774). - Sauberer, kräftiger Abzug, sehr gut erhalten. Aus der Kunstsammlung Speck von Sternburg mit kleinem Trockenstempel. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Porträt Portrait Künstler Künstlerbildnisse.

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        The Plays of William Shakespeare, in eight volumes, with the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators; To which are added Notes by Sam. Johnson.

      Printed for J. and R. Tonson, C. Corbet, H. Woodfall, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, L. Hawes, Clark and Collins, W. Johnston, T. Caslon, T. Lownds, and the Executors of B. Dodd, London 1765 - Format: Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 3/16", 215mm x 131mm).Vol. I: binder’s blank, portrait frontispiece, ?2, [A]-[D]8 [E]6(–[E]6), a-f8 g4, B8(±B5) C-U8 X8(±X4, X6) Y-Hh8 Ii4, binder’s blank [$4; –S3; +X6]. 335 leaves, pp. [78], i ii-ciii, blank, 1-3 4-488 [= clxxxii, 488]. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Shakespeare by G. Vertue (the "Chandos portrait"). (With the B5 cancel but without the O8 cancel as called for in Chapman & Hazen; this state matches the copy in Bodley.). Vol. II: binder’s blank, ?A1 B-Mm8 Nn8(–Nn8), binder’s blank [$4; –Q4; Bb2, Nn2 mis-placed above notes]. 280 leaves, pp. [2], 1-3 4-557, blank [= ii, 558]. Vol. III: binder’s blank, A2(±A1) B8 C8(±C5) D-Bb8 Cc8(±Cc2) Dd-Ii8 Kk4(±Kk4), binder’s blank [$4]. 254 leaves, pp. [4], 1-3 4-268 266 270-504 [= iv, 504]. Vol. IV: binder’s blank, A2(±A1) B-D8 F8(±F3) Z8 Aa8(±Aa7) Bb8(Bb2-3, ±Bb4, Bb5-7, Bb1, Bb8) Cc-Oo8 Pp8(±Pp1, –Pp8), binder’s blank [$4; +Aa7; –Ii4; T3 mis-placed above notes]. 297 leaves, pp. [4], 1-3 4-589, blank [= iv, 590]. Vol. V: binder’s blank, A2(±A1) B-Gg8 Hh8(±Hh8) Ii8(–Ii8), binder’s blank [$4; +Hh8]. 249 leaves, pp. [4], 1-3 4-493, blank [= iv, 494]. Vol. VI: binder’s blank, A2(–A1) B-Q8 R8(±R4) S8(±S1.8) T-Rr8 Ss2, binder’ blank [$4; +S8]. 315 leaves, pp. [2], 1-3 4-627, blank [= ii, 628]. Vol. VII: binder’s blank, A2(±A1) B-Mm8 Nn2, binder’s blank [$4]. 276 leaves, pp. [4], 1-3 4-547, blank [= iv, 548]. Vol. VIII: binder’s blank, A2(±A1) B-I8 K8(±K7) L8 M8(±M1) N8(±N7) O-P8 Q8(±Q6) R-X8 Y8(±Y5) Z-Ll8, binder’s blank [$4; +K7, N7, Q6, Y5]. 266 leaves, pp. [4], 1-5 6-473, blank, [54] [= iv, 474, liv]. Number of Volumes: Eight volumes Bound by Brian Frost (ex-Bayntun) signed on the upper edge of recto of the first free end paper of each volume) in XXc half green crushed morocco over green buckram boards. Double blind fillets at edges of morocco. On the spine, five raised bands. In the panels, a gilt musical ornament. Title and number gilt in second panel, editor gilt in third panel, date gilt at tail. Marbled end-papers. All edges un-trimmed. No half-title issued for vol. I; Chapman-Hazen queries whether there was ever a half-title issued for vol. II –the present copy does not have one. Mild bumps to some corners. Even fading to spines. Edges of pages browned, as is to be expected given they are un-trimmed. Moderate foxing throughout. Red ink shelf-marks to title-pages. A good solid set. Vol. I: lower fore-corner of title-page missing and restored (not affecting text). Vol. II: lower fore-corner of C1 missing (obliterating one letter of catch-word –"l."). Lacking final blank. Vol. IV: historical introductions written in a fine and early hand on some individual plays’ title-pages. Upper fore-edge of D5 missing (not affecting text). Lacking final blank. Vol. V: historical introductions written in a fine and early hand on some individual plays’ title-pages. Closed tear to center of K5. Lacking final blank. Vol. VI: lacking half-title. Lower fore-corner of I1 missing (not affecting text). With gilt bookplate of Louis Auchincloss on upper fore-corner of front paste-down of vol. I. Johnson’s great variorum edition of Shakespeare, which with his Dictionary won him universal fame and renown throughout Britain, is built primarily on the 1747 edition of Warburton, though it includes references to Pope and to other editors (including the "Oxford editor", Hanmer), along with Milton and Homer and a great variety of authors. It includes Shakespeare’s last will and testament, perhaps its earliest publication. It is the rock upon which countless –nearly all modern –editions are founded. His preface marks the induction of Shakespeare into the canon: "The Poet, of whose works I have undertaken the revision, may now begin to assume the dignity of an ancient, and claim the privilege of established fame and prescriptive veneration. He has long outlived his century, the term commonly fixed as the test of literary merit." (Vol. I, A2r; editor’s preface.) Although contem [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Delle specie diverse di frumento e di pane siccome della panizzazione.

      Florence, Moücke for Giovacchino Pagani, 1765. - 4to. (8), 237, (3) pp. Bound in contemporary 'carta rustica', faded manuscript title to spine. Rare first edition of this essay on bread and bread-making, by the physician and naturalist Saverio Manetti (1723-85). The work deals with wheat, flour, different kind of bread (corn, rye, buckwheat and sweat bread, donuts, farinata, waffles, bread with raisins etc.), how to prepare and bake it, substitutes of bread and molds and worms that can grow on it. A separate section details the specifics of oriental bread - "Pane Etiopico, e Saracenico", and varieties "in grand' uso appresso l' Egitto" (pp. 148ff.). "This work precedes Parmentier's 'Parfait Boulanger' by 13 years" (Westbury). - Very lightly foxed, but a very good copy, uncut. With Lord Westbury's bookplate to front pastedown. Bitting 185 (1766 edition only, s.v. "Ginori"). Gamba 2328 (1768 ed. only). Re III, 103. Westbury 138-140. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Lilio-Gladiolus bifolius¿ (Plate 39)

      Nuremberg 1765 - 19" x 14" EHRET, Georg Dionysius. "Lilio-Gladiolus bifolius¿ (Plate 39)" Approximately 19 x 14 inches. From a selection of hand-colored plates from Plantae Selectae. Engraving. Nuremberg; ca. 1765. Born in Heidelberg in 1710, he originally worked as a gardener and practiced drawing in his spare time. Though constantly travelling, Ehret was able to accumulate a large group of friends as well as important benefactors. A Regensburg banker named Leskenkohl was one of these people who Ehret was in service of. It was during this period that Ehret met Dr. Christoph Trew. Trew was to remain a friend and patron of Ehret's throughout his life. Though these were not his only patrons. Ehret's list of benefactors include the most brilliant and generous amateurs of the day, the Margrave of Baden, the Duchess of Portland, Bernard de Jussieu in Paris, and both Sir Joseph Banks and Dr. Hans Sloan in London where he wound up settling. It is in England that he became the only foreigner to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. Though he worked in a limited field, botanical illustration, Ehret was able to become a master. His engravings are some of the most sought after and important botanical prints in the world. It is no wonder that he became one of the foremost illustrators of botanical images of his time, at a time when it can be said that art of this nature was highly prized and passionately collected.

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        Essai sur les erreurs et les superstitions

      first edition.Binding cartonnage speckled vintage beige. Back smooth decorated with nets. As part beige leather. The paper covering the cardboard missing in the first well, 1 cm. Good copy.Treaty fanaticism and false beliefs. After a general approach to the understanding and judgment, the author looks specifically at two topics: magic, witchcraft and all beliefs that accompany them, and Muhammad and Islam, it is portrayed as an imposter for enslave the Arabs; the author paints a damning portrait. Chez Arkée et Merkus A Amsterdam 1765 In-12 (9,7x16,8cm) 481pp. (4) relié

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England Four Volumes Eller 1; Laeuchli 1

      Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press, 1765-69. Modern calf, the spines extra gilt, some foxing and browning, else a very good, well-margined set, with the bookplate of Samuel Vernon in each volume First edition of the pre-eminently collectible work of Anglo-American law, the principal fruits of Blackstone's Vinerian Professorship at Oxford, the first legal chair in the English speaking world whose first occupant was Blackstone

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        Forestier illuminato intorno le cose piu rare e curiose antiche e moderne delle citta di Venezia


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        Designs by Mr R Bentley for six poems by Mr T Gray


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        Lo Stato Presente Di Tutti I Paesi, E Popoli Del Mondo Naturale, Politico E Morale, Con Nuove Osservazioni E Correzioni Degli Antichi E Moderni Viaggiatori. Vol. XXV. Che Contiene L'Africa in Cui Si Descprivono L'Etiopia, la Nubia, le Coste di Abex, di Ajan, di Zanguebar, e di Sofala, la Cafraria, il Paese degli Ottentoti, il Monomotapa, il Monoemughi, e la Costa della Guinea.

      In Venezia, Nella Stamperia Di Giambatista Albrizzi, 1765. - Brauner Ledereinband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, 8°, 8 Blätter, 605 Seiten, Einband mäßig berieben, die letzten 5 Seiten mit kleinem Löchlein ohne Textverlust durch Mäusefraß, die Seiten sehr sauber, mit 2 Kupfern (Titel und eine weitere, diese lose einliegend), ein Blatt lose und eine Lage gelockert, ein durchaus gutes Exemplar.

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        Abrégé de la Géographie historique ecclésiastique et civile de toutes les parties de la Suisse. Par Dom Joseph Vaissete religieux bénédictin de la congregation de St. Maur. Manuscrit.

      1765, 1765 - in-8vo, 459 p. num. + 14 p. n.n. d'Index, écriture cursive régulière et bien lisible, ms. sur garde ?Jacottet conseiller / Jacottet fils aîné / Jacottet allié Bullet?, reliure plein veau. Copie de la partie Suisse de l'ouvrage: ?Géogr. hist. ecclés. & civile? du Dom Joseph Vaisette, publié en 1755, à Paris, en 4 volumes in 4to. Cet ouvrage ?a été regardé comme un des plus méthodiques et des plus exacts du dernier siècle? (Hoefer). Dans cet ouvrage la Suisse occupe les p. 217 à 272. Haller, dans sa bibliographie sur l'histoire de la Suisse (Gottl. Emm. Haller, Bibl. der Schweizer-Geschichte), le démolit complètement. Non seulement il est, selon lui, plein d'erreurs, mais de plus tout l'ouvrage ne serait qu'une mauvaise copie des ouvrages de Zurlauben ?Hist. militaire des Suisses? et ?État et délices de la Suisse? Quoi qu'il en soit, notre copie manuscrite de 1765 évite d'acheter un ouvrage en 4 volumes in 4°. Il est difficile de savoir qui l'a recopié. Les Jacottet sont originaires de la région du Ct. de Vaud et de Neuchâtel. Les Bullet sont de Fribourg et d'Estavayer-le-Lac d'où provient le manuscrit.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Haller, Bibl. d. Schweizer-Geschichte I, 738. / Hoefer, Nlle biogr. générale. 45, 838. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theoria motus corporum solidorum seu rigidorum ex primis nostrae cognitionis principiis stabilita et ad omnes motus, qui in huiusmodi corpora cadere possunt, accomodata.

      Rostock und Greifswald Röse 1765 - (21,5 x 17 cm). (32) 520 S. Mit 15 Kupfertafeln. Dekorativer Halblederband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe von Eulers zweitem großen Werk zur analytischen Mechanik. - "The 'Theoria motus corporum solidorum', published almost thirty years later (1765), is related to the Mechanica. In the introduction to this work, Euler gave a new exposition of punctual mechanics and followed Maclaurin`s example (1742) in projecting the forces onto the axes of a fixed orthogonal rectilinear system. Establishing that the instantaneous motion of a solid body might be regarded as composed of rectilinear translation and instant rotation, Euler devoted special attention to the study of rotatory motion. Euler thus laid the mathematical foundation of the numerous studies on variational principles of mechanics and physics which are still being carried out" (DSB). - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Titel mit 3 alten Stempeln. Einband gering berieben. Rücken sauber erneuert. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - DSB 4, 480; Poggendorff I, 690; Roberts & Trent 105; Eneström 289 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentaries on the Laws of England [with] Supplement to the First Edition; Containing The most material Corrections and Additions in the Second. Four Volumes. Eller 1; Laeuchli 1 and 2

      Printed at the Clarendon Press. First edition of the pre-eminently collectible work of Anglo-American law, the principal fruits of Blackstone's Vinerian Professorship at Oxford, itself the first legal chair in the English speaking world whose first occupant was Blackstone. Early calf, volume one rebacked, the Cullen House copy with its four shelfmarks and the book label of A Milne of Presse in two volumes; the Taussig set. Printed at the Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1765-69.

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        Excerpta Quaedam e Newtoni Principiis philosophiae Naturalis, cum notis variorum. [Principia Selections].

      Cantabrigiae: J. Bentham. Veneunt apud T. & J. Merrill, et J. Nicholson, Cantabrigiae; J. Fletcher et D. Prince, Oxoniae; B. Dod, J. Whiston & B. White et J. Nourse, Londini; etc. M.DCC.LXV. 1765 1765. First Edition. Quarto, 273x213mm. Recently rebound, by Flora Ginn, in mid-brown morocco with gilt double-rule border on boards, gilt roll on edge of boards and inner gilt rolls. Five raised bands on spine and burgundy lettering-piece; gilt double-rule border to compartments with most attractive floral-tool design within the compartments. Front free end-paper slightly creased. All edges uncut. [3], iv-ix, [2], 2-180 pages; signatures: a4, b1, A-Y4, Z2, plus 12 plates, all folding. Lower edge of first blank and title-page uneven. With 'A List of the Subscribers' (mainly at Cambridge and Oxford colleges) on pages [iii]-ix; 'Corrigenda' on the verso, page [x]. Occasional minimal dusting. A superb example of this work, extraordinarily crisp and clean in a most-attractive binding. ESTC T18652.(Further information and photographs available on request.)

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        Marine. Elevations et Profils des Formes de Rochefort et de leurs differentes parties pris aux Endroits marqués sur le Plan par les Lignes.

       ( Kupferstich von Benard nach Jacques-Nicholas Bellin aus der Enzyklopädie von Denis Diderot und D\'Alembert auf Büttenpapier, Paris 1765 ff.).Bildgröße: 33 x 87 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Blattgröße: 39 x 95 cm. Das Blatt oben rechts mit *Suite de la Pl. IX* bezeichnet, unten rechts mit Benard in der Platte signiert, links untenstehend:*Sur les Dessins de Mr. Bellin, Ingenieur de la Marine*. Gezeigt werden mehrere Profilquerschnitte der technischen Anlagen, Hydraulik, Trockendock. Das Blatt mehrfach gefaltet, gering fleckig bzw. gering stockfleckig, am breiten weißen Außenrand gering angeknickt, der rechte weiße Außenrand mit Randläsionen. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( LGO: Welt-Allgemein ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Benard, Diderot, d`Alembert, Encyclopedie, Google, Marine, Rochefort, Profil, Profilschnitt, Hydraulik, Bellin

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        Carte Chorographique des États du Roi de Sardaigne, en douze feuillets tirée de la fameuse carte de Borgonio, à laquelle on a fait des corrections e augmentations considérables.

      (Segue:) CARTE CHOROGRAPHIQUE DE LA REPUBLIQUE DE GÊNES, en huit feuilles, tirèe de l'excellente carte des mêmes pays en espagnol par Chaffrion. Londres, A- Dury, 1765, - Album in-folio (mm.530x400), legatura coeva mezza pelle e ang., dorso a nervi con titolo oro. Due parti in un vol., titolo generale in inglese e francese: I) carta d'assieme, dedica figurata al nobile John Earl of Bute, 10 carte topografiche per il Borgonio 1680, tutti incisi in rame su doppia pagina. II) Doppio foglio a stampa di spiegazioni e istruzioni; una carta generale degli Stati della Repubblica di Genova; 8 carte su doppia pagina dell'atlante di Chaffrion del 1685(una con la Sardegna e la Corsica). Confini dipinti. Magnifico atlante che migliora le conoscenze cartografiche del Borgonio e dello Chaffrion su Piemonte e zone alpine, particolarmente del Monte Bianco e della Liguria, Esemplare completo, perfettamente conservato. Cfr. Aliprandi, Cartografia Alpina, 49/1, 50, e 50/1, 50/2. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      New Haven:: Printed for and Sold by Roger Sherman and Benjamin Mecom.,. 1765. 20pp. Stitched and untrimmed, as issued. Attractive ornamentation at page [3]. Lightly foxed, a bit dusted, Good+ or so. "The only recorded copies are incomplete" of the 1707 first edition. [NAIP]. The second edition of 1718 is extremely rare, and is not at AAS; NAIP locates only two copies of the third edition, published "not before 1720." This, the final 18th century American printing, "requires a most attentive Perusal, a most affecting Perusal. Well perused and performed, it will render thee an happy Creature; despised, thou art, beyond all Expression, miserable." Holmes, Cotton Mather 165-D. Evans 10067. Trumbull 775. NAIP w018690 [11].

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        Plan du Passage du Rhin de L'Armée Alliée dans la nuit du 1me au 2me Juin 1758. près de Lobeth ou Tolhuis Comme ausfi de Repassage le 8 et 9me Aout près de Griethausen. F.W. de Bawr.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jakob von der Schley n. Friedrich Wilhelm von Bauer b. P. Gosse jun. & D. Pinet in Den Haag, dat. 1765 ersch. 1766, 48,5 x 28 Sammlung Angerhausen, F 17 b. - Zeigt den Rheinübergang bei Griethausen i.J. 1758 mit den Militärlagern und Bewegungen der alliierten Armee unter Herzog Ferdinand von Braunschweig-Lüneburg. - Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet Kleve, Emmerich u. Elten. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Erklärungen. - Die Truppenstellungen altkoloriert.

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        Dictionnaire philosophique, portatif. Nouvelle édition, Revue, corrigée & augmentée de divers Articles par l'Auteur. (EXEMPLAIRE DE LAMOIGNON)

      - Londres, 1765. In-8, plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de compartiments fleuronnés et cloisonnés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux, triple filet doré sur les plats, dentelle intérieure, tranches rouges, (2) f., 308 p. (mors frotté, une épidermure, qqs rouss.). Edition parue un an après l'originale. Les articles ajoutés : 'Catéchisme du Jardinier' -- 'Enthousiasme' -- 'Liberté de penser' -- 'Nécessaire' -- 'Persécution' -- 'Philosophe' -- 'Sens Commun' -- 'Tolérance'. (Bengesco, 1401. 'L'oeuvre imprimée de Voltaire à la B.N.', 3581). Cet exemplaire contient 14 pages calligraphiées à l'époque et numérotées à la suite de l’ouvrage (p. 309 et s.), retranscrivant d'autres pièces de Voltaire: ‘Epitre à Euranie’ -- ‘Madrigal à Mlle Salé’ – ‘Le cantique des cantiques’, avec des commentaires de la même main, tirés de la presse de l’époque. Provenance: Chrétien-François de Lamoignon (Paris, 1735 - 1789), homme des Lumières, Garde des sceaux à l'origine de "l'édit de tolérance" de 1788, avec l’étiquette ex-libris imprimée: "Bibl. Lamoniana". ('Catalogue des livres de la bibliothèque de feu M. de Lamoignon, Garde des Sceaux de France', Paris, Mérigot, 791, vol. I, p. 144, n°1333). A sa mort, la bibliothèque fut acquise en totalité par Jean-Gabriel Mérigot (1738-1818) qui en dressa un catalogue pour la vente. Des Lamoignon, Voltaire avait dit: "Ils nettoient nos lois de la rouille ancienne de la barbarie" ('Frag. sur l'hist.', XX). Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les provinces du Veronese, du Vicentin, du Paduan, de Polesine de Rovigo et du Dogato ou Duché a la Republique de Venise.

      Parigi 1765 - Incisione in rame 490x727, colorata d'epoca ai confini, bel cartiglio in alto a destra, tabella delle miglia in basso. Bell' esemplare con buoni margini che presentano qualche piccolo strappetto restaurato e leggerissimo alone.

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        D. Joh. Gottlob Krügers Träume. 3. verm. Aufl.

      Halle im Magdeburgischen, verlegt von Carl Hermann Hemmerde 1765 - 8 Bll., 672 S., mit gest. Frontispiz u. Titelkupfer, 1 Taf., 79 S., Kl.-8°, Halbpergament d. Zt. "In einer Untersuchung über die Niederschrift des Traums bilden Johann Gottlob Krügers Träume, die zum ersten Mal 1754 in Halle verlegt wurden, zweifelsohne einen Grenzfall. Ihr Anliegen war dennoch wissenschaftlich: Diese Sammlung fiktiver Träume sollte nicht nur den Traumprozess, sondern auch die Natur des Traums beleuchten, d.h. eine Wissenschaft vom Traum vorschlagen. Zwei Probleme wurden damit aufgeworfen. Erstens: Wie könnte eine empirische Psychologie im Sinne einer Wissenschaft vom Traum begründet und definiert werden? Zweitens: Da Wissenschaft auf einem Abstand zwischen Gegenstand und Beobachter beruht, wie waren ‚echte Träume` zu beurteilen und Bearbeiten?" (Claire Gantet: Der Traum in der Frühen Neuzeit. S.413) - Frontispiz unterzeichnet: "Mylius del." u. "J. C. G. Fritzsch sc:". Titelkupfer: G. L. Crusius. Im Anhang "Eine Uebersetzung aus den Ceremonies et Coutumes Religieuses de Tous les Peuples du Monde. Abhandlung von dem Gottesdienste." Die eingebundene alchemistische Taf. gehört anscheinend nicht zum Buch. - Johann Gottlob Krüger (1715-1759) deutscher Arzt u. Naturforscher. - Einband berieben, bestossen u. etwas fleckig; Vorsätze tlw. leicht fleckig u. mit einem Besitzervermerk, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        Elements de la Morale Universelle, ou Catechisme de la Nature. Par feu M. le Baron d`Holbach, des academies de Petersbourg, de Manheim et de Berlin

      - - Holbach war ein Philosoph der französischen Aufklärung, der vor allem für seine religionskritischen und atheistischen Thesen bekannt war. Er verfasste das Werk bereits 1765. Es wurde allerdings erst ein Jahr nach seinem Tod 1790 veröffentlicht/Raupp, Bd. 15, sp. 716 - 726/Neue Deutsche Bibliographie, Bd. 9, 510 - 512 - Gewicht in Gramm: 84 G. de Bure, Paris, 1790. 2 Bl./208 S., Interimsbroschur der Zeit (Rücken mit Fehlstelle)

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        L`art de faire des chapeaux.

      (Paris) 1765 - (47 x 32 cm). (2) 94 S. Mit 6 Kupfertafeln. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit, unbeschnitten. (Descriptions des arts et métiers). Erste Ausgabe. - Umfangreiche Darstellung des Hutmacherhandwerks. Die prächtigen Kupfertafeln zeigen jeweils eine Szene aus der Werkstatt bzw. aus dem Ladengeschäft sowie die verschiedenen Werkzeuge und Handgriffe. - Unterer Rand vereinzelt gering fleckig, sonst wohlerhalten [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historie von Grönland enthaltend Die Beschreibung des Landes und der Einwohner u. insbesondere die Geschichte der dortigen Mission der Evangelischen Brüder zu Neu-Herrnhut und Lichtenfels.

      Barby, Heinrich Detlef Ebers, Leipzig 1765. (34),1132+(26) pp. + 2 folding engraved maps and 6 engraved plates showing Greenlanders, their way of life, utensils, et al., contemporary full calf, top and buttom on spine worn away app. 5mm, slightly yellow. Complete wellpreserved copy of this famous description of Greenland, and the United Brethren's mission there. A supplement was published later. Nuuk 139. Lauridsen II,51. Sabin 17413.. 16022522

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        Fables choisies mises en vers. Nouvelle édition gravée en taille-douce, les figures par Fessard, le texte par Montulay.

      Présentées au Roy. Dédiées aux enfants de France. Paris, chez l'Auteur, graveur du Roy, 1765-1775, - 6 vol. in-8, bella legatura coeva p.pelle marmorizzata, triplice filettatura oro ai piatti, dorsi lisci finemente ornati in oro ai piccoli ferri, tasselli rossi e verdi per i titoli, tagli dorati, dent. int. Famosa bellissima edizione interamente incisa in rame, sia il testo sia le tavole. Capolavoro dei figurati francesi del settecento. Prima tiratura. Illustrato da 6 titoli fig., un antiporta nel I vol., un fiorone, 243 figure a p.pag., 243 vignette e 226 finalini di pagina; in totale 723 illustrazioni inc. da Fessart d'après Monnet, Bardin, Bidault, Caresme, Meyer, Leprince e altri. Testo inciso da Montulay er Drouet. Esemplare assai pregevole, con ex-libris Henri Lambert, Versaille. Cohen-Ricci 551-552. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Complete System of General Geography Explaining the Nature and Properties of the Earth

      London. LEATHER_BOUND. London: Printed for Hawes, Clarke & Collins, 1765. Fourth Edition. Translated from the Latin by Mr. Dugdale. Volume 1 of 2. Bound in period style calf with marbled boards and black morocco labels. Inscription on inside cover. Improved and illustrated by Sir Isaac Newton and Dr Jurin. Rare, marvellous example. . Good. 1765.

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        Manuel de chymie, ou Exposé des opérations de la chymie et de leurs produits

      1765 - XVI, 501, (3)pp. Paris, Didot le jeune, Musier fils, Dehansy, Panckoucke, 2° éd, 1765, in-12, XVI, 501, (3)pp, basane fauve marbrée, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque), Cet ouvrage fut imprimé pour la première fois en 1763. Il s'agit ici du premier état de la deuxième édition, qui connut un second tirage en 1766. Antoine Baumé (1728-1804), pharmacien et chimiste, donne ici un résumé des opérations de la chimie et de leurs produits, en suivant la doctrine de Becker, Stahl, Boerhave et Macquer. Cette doctrine est en fait la théorie du phlogistique. On croyait que la chaleur était constituée d'un fluide, "le phlogistique", associable au feu: lors de la combustion, la perte de masse était attribuée au départ du phlogistique, c'est-dire-de la chaleur. Cette théorie devint caduque après la découverte de l'oxygène par Lavoisier. 2 coins et une coiffe us. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Document Signed

      New York, 1765. unbound. A True Copy of Action taken "At Council held at Fort George" in the City of New York, Tuesday the twenty-second, October 1765. Present were Lt. Governor Cadwallader Colden and Messrs: Horsmaden, Smith, Watts, De Lancey, Reade, and Morris, assembled to discuss land matters and deferred grants, in part: "...It is ordered by his Honour the Lieutenant Governor, with the advice of the Council that the Grant of the three-thousand acres of land so Surveyed for the said Captain John Small do pass the Seals - and it being represented to the Board that some part of the Tract of Land which in Pursuance of his Majesty's Order of the 23rd May 1764, hath been Surveyed for James Napier Esquire, Inspector and Director General of his Majesty's Hospitals in North America...It is also Ordered that the Grant to the said James Napier Esquire, do pass the Seals Reserving to the persons in actual possession all the Lands they have improved, not exceeding two-hundred acres each, to be laid as nearly in the form of a square as may be - anything in the said caveat to the contrary Notwithstanding - A True Copy." Mounted on a slightly larger sheet with one small break at center fold strengthened on the back; otherwise in very good condition. Provenance: Mary Benjamin Autographs with transcript in her tell-tale brown type on yellow bond paper. Colonial Secretary of New York who was able to survive the Revolutionary War with his holdings intact. He was the father-in-law of Maria Jay, daughter of John Jay, who devoted her life to taking care of him from 1806 until his death.

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        Canzuns Spirituales davart Christo Gesu il bun pastor, e deliziusa paschura per sias nuorsas.

      Celerina, da Giacomo N: Gadina, 1765, - in-8°, gest. Front. + 16 n.n. Bl. (Titel in schwarz-rot, Widmung, praefatio, avvertimaint) + 643 S. + 6 n.n. Bl. (Register), Marmorierter Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg., breiter goldgepr. Spitzenbordüre auf den Deckeln, prächtigen Augsburger Brokatvorsätzen u. Goldschn., in Pp.-Schuber d. Zt.; Rücken berieben u. bestossen. Erste Ausgabe. Seltenes Erzeugnis des aus Scuol gebürtigen Wanderdruckers Gadina, gefertigt im oberengadinischen Celerina. Prachtvoll gebunden, Innendeckel und Vorsätze mit Goldbrokatpapier auf rot patroniertem Grund bezogen, sign. Simon Haichele, Augsburg. - Titel mit kl. Einriss, sonst innen unbenutzt. - Die Texte sind teilweise mit Hufnagelnoten (5 Linien) unterlegt. - Der Autor war als Pfarrer einer der besten rom.-relig. Dichter Graubündens und ist Verfasser zahlreicher Erbauungsschriften; sein Gesangbuch 'Canzuns' war weit bis ins 19. Jh. in Gebrauch. (HBLS, III, 343, 3.). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Bibliografia Retoromontscha 1552-1930, No. 1341. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reihentitel in Band 1: Des Freyherrn von Bielfeld vermischte Briefe. Des Freyherrn von Bielfeld freundschaftliche Briefe nebst einigen anderen. Aus dem Französischen. Erster (und) Zweyter Theil.

      Danzig und Leipzig, bey Daniel Ludwig Wedeln, 1765 - Einbände nur leicht berieben / bestoßen; Titelblätter zart gestempelt: Freiherrl. von Romberg'sche Bibliothek ; innen nur sehr vereinzelt minimal bis leicht stock-/braunfleckig, nur sehr schwache Gebrauchsspuren; insgesamt ist dieses äußerst seltene Werk gut bis sehr gut erhalten. 4 Bll., 488 S.; 470, (8 S. Inhalt), Deutsch 650g Kl.8° goldgeprägte Halbleder-Einbände der Zeit,

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Kerstin Daras]
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        Précis sur le globe terrestre, ou explication de la mappemonde ; ornée de détails Historiques et de Particularités recueillies de différentes Relations de Voyage, touchant divers peuples de la Terre ; avec des notions raisonnées pour servir d’introduction à la partie d’astronomie qui se combine avec la géographie.

      Paris, Vente Et Robin, 1765 - (2), IV, 364 pp, (2), (1) (bl). In-12 en plein maroquin rouge, dos plat orné de fleurons, filets dorés en encadrement des plats, fleurons en angles, dorures sur tranches. Edition originale de ce traité, à la fois mode d’emploi de la mappemonde (calcul des méridiens, divisions et déclinaisons, calcul de l’heure locale, perspective du globe, calcul de la durée des jours ) et cours de géographie générale, incluant les dernières découvertes concernant notamment l’Amérique. Bel exemplaire en maroquin. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE DE L\'ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES. Année MDCCLIX. [1759] Avec les Memoires de Mathematique & de Physique pour la même année, tires de registres de cette Academie. 2 Teile (in 1).

      Paris, Imprimerie Royale 1765. 2. Aufl. in französischer Sprache. 276/ 576 S. mit einigen Abb. und zahlr. Tab. im Text. + 25 tls. mehrfach gefalteten Kupfern.[komplett] Darunter eine mehrfach gef. Karte: \"Route de la Comete observée à Paris, Septembere... 1758...\" Text in der Kartusche: \"Route de la Comete observée à Paris en Aout, Septembre, Octobre et Novembre 1758. dans l\'Observatoire de la Marine, à l\'Hotel de Clugny Par M. Messier, Membre de la Société Royale de Londres, Presentée au ROY le 31 Octobre, et à l\'Académie Royale des Sciences, dans son Assemblée Publique du 15 Novembre 1758. Par M. DE L\'ISLE Astronome Géographe de la Marine et de l\'Académie Royale des Sciences &\" und dem Aufsatz von M.Clairaut, \"Memoire sur la Comete de 1759, dans lequel...\" [SS.115-121] 25 cm Ppbd (fachmännisch nachgebunden. Der Pp.überzug ahmt dabei das alte Pergament optisch nach) Rotschnitt, innen völlig frisch, vor allem alle Kupfer fleckenfrei, insgesamt in einem altersgemäß sehr gutem Zustand. . Clairaut war einer der bekanntesten französischen Mathematiker und Physiker des 18. Jh.: \"C. berechnete die Wiederkehr des Kometen Halley für das Jahr 1759 (Edmond Halley hatte die Wiederkehr für 1758 vorausgesagt). Aus der Differenz von einem Monat zwischen der Beobachtung und seinen Berechnungen schloss er auf eine Störung durch einen unbekannten Körper jenseits des Saturn. Dieser Körper wurde 1781 von Wilhelm Herschel als Uranus aufgefunden.\"(Wikipedia) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        Marine, Plan des Formes Baties a Rochefort pour la Construction des Vaisseaux du Roy. Kupferstich von Benard nach Jacques-Nicholas Bellin aus der Enzyklopädie von Denis Diderot und D\'Alembert auf Büttenpapier, Paris 1765 ff..

       ( Kupferstich von Benard nach Jacques-Nicholas Bellin aus der Enzyklopädie von Denis Diderot und D\'Alembert auf Büttenpapier, Paris 1765 ff..) Bildgröße: 32 x 88 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Blattgröße: 42 x 97,5 cm. Der Kupferstich oben rechts mit *Pl. IX* nummeriert. Gezeigt wird ein Trockendock für den Bau des Königsschiffes am Charente-Fluß. Das Blatt mit Meilenzeiger, rechts unten von Benard in der Platte signiert, links untenstehend:*Sur les Dessins de Mr. Bellin, Ingenieur de la Marine*.. Das Blatt mehrfach gefaltet, leicht fleckig, etwas angeknickt, die breiten weißen Außenränder mit kleineren Randläsionen.( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )( LGO: Welt-Allgemein ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Benard, Diderot, d`Alembert, Encyclopedie, Google, Marine, Rochefort, Charente, Bellin, Dock, Trockendock, Werft

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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