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         Trattato elementare di chimica presentato in un ordine nuovo dietro le scoperte moderne. Recato dalla francese nell'italiana favella e corredato di annotazioni da Vincenzo Dandolo. Edizione terza corretta ed ampliata di due dissertazioni inedite dellÕautore e di nuove annotazioni del traduttore.

      Venezia, dalla Tipografia Pepoliana, presso Antonio Curti, 1796, quattro volumi in-8vo mezza pelle coeva con tasselli, titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, p. 352 + 312 + VIII-304 + 263 con due grandi tabelle ripiegate all'interno del primo volume "Quadro delle combinazioni binarie dell'ossigeno colle sostanze metalliche..." e "Quadro delle combinazioni del Radicale acetoso ossigenato..." e 13 tavole incise in rame piu' volte ripiegate in fine al secondo volume.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Piani già' Naturalistica snc]
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         Poems and Fugitive Pieces

      London; Edinburgh: Cadell and Davies; Bell and Bradfute, 1796. Sole edition. Leatherbound. Good +. xii, 172 p. 16 cm. Engraved frontispiece. Full leather with gold trim on boards. Respined, edges repaired, corners rebuilt. Hinges repaired internally. Ink inscription on title page. Some dampstains, becoming darker towards rear. Pages wrinkled. These verses are often attributed to Esther Milnes Day (1753-1792), wife of the poet Thomas Day. However, "Eliza" seems to have been a common signature for women poets of the 18th century and the author may also be the poet Elizabeth Ryves (1750-97) or the poet Eliza Day (ca. 1734-1814). When this scarce volume was first published, a review in British Critic stated: "Judicious friends would have advised the fair writer to omit the complimentary poems to herself, and perhaps the portion which is denominated comic poetry. Eliza most excels in the pathetic, and the lines on the death of a tender mother have very consideralbe merit." Besides the aforementioned poem, anyone who has ever feared for the life of a sick pet will sympathize with "Lines on a favourite Squirrel." Note the notation to Fitzroy Teetotal Library on the title page; the Fitzroy Teetotal Association was founded in London in 1839 and its hall was located at 21 Little Portland Street.

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         Antique Map-STRAITS OF BANCA-INDONESIA-SUMATRA-Laurie and Wittle-1796

      - Map : 'Plan of the Straits of Banca Surveyed by Captn. Lloyd of the General Elliot Country Ship, and Mr. Bampton in his Passage from China to Batavia, and from Batavia to Malaca'. This rare map offers rich detail including countless depth soundings, notes on the sea floor, commentary on reefs and shoals (e.g. "a dangerous shoal omitted in almost all the charts"), rhumb lines, place names and a wealth of other practical information for the mariner. Cartographically it was derived from surveys by Captain Joseph Huddart, John Price, and a Mr McDonald. Engraving on a vellin type paper. Description: This original antique map was published by Laurie and Whittle, London 1796.Artists and Engravers: Robert Laurie (c. 1755–1836) was an Anglo-Scottish mezzotint engraver and publisher. He signed his name as Lowery, Lowry, Lowrie, Lawrey, Lawrie, or Laurie. James Whittle, English publisher. Condition: Good. Paper browned and light staining/soiling from handling as visible on image. Slight offsetting. Small tear right margin. Dampstain in the lower right margin. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-B9-01 The overall size is ca. 17.3 x 23.6 inch. The image size is ca. 13 x 18.9 inch. The overall size is ca. 44 x 60 cm. The image size is ca. 33 x 48 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Le Vaillants Neue Reise in das Innere von Africa

      Wahrend der Jahre 1783 bis 1785. Mit Anmerkungen von Johann Reinhold Forster ...First German edition. 3 vols. Folding map & 8 plates. 8vo. Contemporary marbled boards, spines gilt. xii, 428; vi, 466; 442pp. Berlin,

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         Pingding Kuoerka desheng tu Victorious Battle Prints of Campaigns against the Gurkhas

      8 large engraved prints, each measuring 51 by 88cm, folded in the middle, Printed calligraphic inscription by the Qianlong Emperor in the upper margin. Overall in very good condition. Dated: Qianlong 60 to Jiaqing 1 [i.e. 1795-

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         The elements of the English language [Les elemens de la langue Angloise...], explained in a new, easy, and concise manner, by way of dialogues; in which the pronunciation is taught by an union of letters that produces similar sounds in French ... With familiar phrases, dialogues, and a vocabulary, very useful for those who desire to speak English correctly..

      [Brussells printed:] London: and to be had also in Brussells, at M. Lamaire, 1796. New edition enlarged ... and enriched with many new rules and remarks, very proper to remove those difficulties that still retard the progress of foreigners. 12mo, pp. [1] ads, x, [9]-486; parallel titles in French and English; contemporary full sheep worn and with crack starting at top of front joint; some chipping at top of spine; sound. This edition not in ESTC and only the Columbia copy in NUC.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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         The life of Lorenzo de' Medici called The Magnificent. The second edition, corrected.

      - London, A. Strahan, T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, 1796, voll. 2 in-4, mezza pelle moderna, titolo in oro ai dorsi, pp. (4), XXVI, (2), 320 136 - (4), 312, 48, 112, 12. Con ritratto del Magnifico inciso in rame in antiporta, vignette raffiguranti le armi Medici ai frontespizi ed altre vignette incise nel testo: medaglie, ritrattini, una veduta di Palazzo Medici. Qualche leggero risentimento di antica umidità. Margine esterno di un'occhietto rinforzato. Buon esemplare, in barbe. Sui frontespizi firma di possesso coeva: "Fabbroni from Lord Holland". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
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         Cooke's Pocket Edition of the Original and Complete Works of Select British Poets, or Entertaining Library containing the Poetic Productions of the Most Esteemed British Poets. Superbly Embellished. Volumes 1 - 36 as under.

      London: C. Cooke 1796 - Published 1796 to c. 1801. Engraved frontispieces to some volumes, engraved extra titles and plates with tissue guards. 36 volumes. Small 8vo (5 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches). Contemporary full marbled tan calf, decorative gilt border to sides, spines blocked in gilt and with crimson and black lettering pieces and small circular green numbering pieces. A little chipping to a few headbands but overall very attractive and in excellent condition with no cracking to the joints. Some browning or tanning comensurate with age within. The 36 volumes comprise: Vols. 1 & 2: Milton; Vols. 3, 4 & 5: Dryden; Vols. 6 & 7: Young; Vols. 8,9, & 10: Pope; Vol.11: Waller & Blackmore; Vol. 12: Walsh, Moore, Collins, & Armstrong; Vol.13: Rowe & Lansdowne; Vol. 14: Congreve & Mallet; Vol. 15: Tickell, Sheffield, & Garth; Vol. 16: Thomson; Vol. 17: Lyttleton & Addison; Vol. 18: Glover & Shakespeare; Vol. 19: Gray, Dodsley, Johnson, & Smollett; Vol. 20: Broome, Otway, Pomfret; Vol. 21: Akenside; Vol. 22: Warton & Fenton; Vol. 23: Goldsmith & Cunningham; Vol. 24: Langhorne & Mickle; Vol. 25: Falconer & Parnell; Vol. 26: Shenstone; Vol. 27: Somerville; Vols. 28 & 29: Gay; Vol. 30: Rochester, Hammond, & Spratt; Vols. 31 & 32: Prior; Vols. 33 & 34: Butler; Vol. 35: Savage; & Vol. 36: Watts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Frontispiece, “Lenore, clasping her spectral bridegroom,” to Leonora. A Tale, Translated and altered from the German of Gottfried Augustus Burger.

      London: by S. Gosnell for William Miller, 1796. Frontispiece only, 8 x 6.5 in. Trimmed to the image so losing the text below, but retaining the imprint at the foot “Blake inv. Perry sc.” One or two light spots of foxing, generally very good. Frontispiece only. Blake’s illustrations to Leonora were ridiculed in the press upon publication, which might account for it being one of the rarest letterpress books to contain illustrations designed by Blake. Five copies have sold in the last 30 years; one has appeared at auction. The year 1796 saw three translations of Burger’s Lenore, one by J. T. Stanley, one by H. J. Pye, the Poet Laureate, and a third by W. R. Spencer, with designs by Lady Diana Beauclerk. Blake was commissioned to create three illustrations for the Stanley translation, including the frontispiece, “Lenore, clasping her spectral bridegroom,” which is famous for supposedly having hung as a separate print in C.G. Jung’s office. The British Critic for September, 1796, spitefully compared Lady Diana’s pictures with those of Blake’s: “We are highly impressed by the propriety, decorum and grace which characterizes all the figures of this elegant artist [Lady Beauclerk], even those of a preternatural kind; forming a most striking contrast to the distorted, absurd and impossible monsters exhibited in the frontispiece to Mr. Stanley’s last edition [i.e. Blake’s design]. Nor can we pass by this opportunity of execrating that detestable taste, founded on the depraved fancy of one man of genius, which substitutes deformity and extravagance for force and expression, and draws men and women without skin, with their joints all dislocated; or imaginary beings which neither can nor ought to exist.” The Analytical Review chimed in with comments including “perfectly ludicrous, instead of terrific.” Bentley, Blake Books, 440. Easson and Essick, William Blake Book Illustrator, vol. 2, XLVI. Bindman, Complete Graphic Works of Blake, 380-382.

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         Plans of Estates Belonging to William Witham Esq.

      1796. 1796 - Small 4to. 10 x 8 inches. 13 detailed hand coloured estate plans with accompanying field/property names and extents. Reversed calf, leather title label. William Witham of Cliff[e] [died 1802 without issue], left his estates to his niece Eliza who was married to Henry Silvertop. Silvertop changed his name to Witham, adopting the Witham coat of arms. He was important for the work he did for the Mechanics Institute providing education for the working classes and the Relief of the Poor. He also published books and articles based on his descriptions of fossils using William Nicol's method of examining thinly sliced sections under the microscope. It is likely that this survey was prepared for the purposes of his will. The various properties are in the vicinity of Manfield, North Yorkshire, and Darlington, County Durham; including Cliff[e], Pinkney Carr and Howden Hill. Although the surveyor is not named, it is a highly accomplished survey and it is likely to be the work of one of the Fryer family of Durham, the leading local surveyors at that time. Their archive is held by Newcastle Libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Relation de l'ambassade du Lord MACARTNEY à la CHINE, dans les années 1792,1793 et 1794. Contenant les diverses particularités de cette ambassade, avec la description des m?urs des chinois, et celle de l'intérieur du pays, des villes, etc.

      Denné an IV (1796), Paris - 2 tomes en un vol. in-8 de 2 ff.n.ch. XXIV 255 pp. et 2 ff.n.ch. VII 227 pp.; demi-maroquin grain long de l'époque, dos lisse fileté, tranches jaunes. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais sur la seconde édition par Lallement (Cordier : bibliot. Sinica 2387). Très bon exemplaire.

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         Description Topographique et Politique de la Partie Espagnol de L'isle Saint-Dominigue;

      1796 - Avec Observations generales sur le Climat, la Population, les Productions.First edition. 2 vols. Folding map. 8vo. Contemporary French tree calf, elaborately gilt. 8, 307, [1errata]; 311, [1]pp. Philadelphia, Imprimé chez l'Auteur, This is an extremely fine copy of a most uncommon Philadelphia imprint. It bears the engraved book label ?Decrés? being that of the French Admiral who became Napoleon's last minister of the Navy. Moreau de Saint-Mery issued four works concerning Hispaniola, this one, which uniquely describes the Spanish part of the island is significantly rarer and very seldom appears complete with its map. Moreau-Saint-Méry was born at Port Royal, Martinique, in 1750. At the age of 19 he went to Paris, where he became a Counsellor of State, and a great advocate of reforms in the French colonies & in the better treatment of the blacks. Hearing that Robespierre intended to have him arrested he fled from France and in 1793 went to the United States. Having lost all his property he turned his attention to business and established himself at Philadelphia as a bookseller and printer. In 1798 he was able to return to France, where he finally died in 1819. His works on the Island of Santo Domingo & other parts of the West Indies, are of great interest. Evans, 30817; Sabin, 50570. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Voyage de F Le Vaillant das LInterieur de LAfrique

      par le Cap de Bonne-Esperance. [With] Second Voyage dans L'Interieur de L'Afrique, das les Annes 1783, 84 et 85.First editions. 4 vols in 2. 30 coloured (incl. 5 folding) & 4 other plates. 4to. Later half calf, gilt with red morocco labels, some occasional foxing. xvi, 398; xvi, 240, [2], 373, [3]pp. Paris, 1790 & [

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         The Trial of the Bishop of Bangor and Others, Before Mr. Justice Heath, at the Assises at Shrewsbury . . . For an Assault, Rout, and Riot: With the Pleadings at Large Of Counsellors Adam and Erskine; Also the Charge to the Jury By Mr. Justice Heath

      Sold by T. Hepinstall, Fleet Street [and two others], London 1796 - Modern 1/4 morocco over boards, somewhat marked and faded, very occasional staining, a few modern pencil marks, yet a good copy; with the half title Erskine's "masterly acquittal" of John Warren who, as Bishop of Bangor and with several confederates, was tried for rioting, achieved despite Justice's Heath's summing up for conviction, forcefully disclosing Erskine's strategic and courtroom talents [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

      Printed for A. Strahan; and T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, London 1796 - Size: Octavo (standard book size). 3-volume set (complete). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is sound. Previous owner's name in ink on front end papers and title pages. All three volumes: full gilt-stamed leather with red spine labels; Volume I: (x), 499 pages; Volume II: (vi), 518 pages plus 5-page Appendix; Volume III: (vii), 465 pages plus Index. This is the eighth edition of Adam Smith's most revered work, originally published in 1776. In the Wealth of Nations, Smith lays the ground work for the modern free market economy and details the concept of the division of labor. All volumes: Covers worn, especially at edges, hinges starting to crack, foxing/staining throughout, still highly readable, slight musty smell. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 5 lbs 8 oz. Category: Economics; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 012716. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Charte den Bayerischen Kreis vorstellend. Nach astronomischen und andern bewährten Hülfsmitteln neu entworfen von F.L. Güssefeld. Weimar im Verlage des Industrie Comptoirs 1796.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Franz Ludwig Güssefeld aus Allgemeiner Hand-Atlas b. Verlag des Industrie Comptoirs in Weimar, 1796, 56,5 x 45,5 Schaup, Salzburg auf alten Landkarten 4.33.1; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 269. - Zeigt den Bayrischen Kreis mit Oberpfalz und Nieder- und Oberbayern und dem Erzstift Salzburg. - Oben rechts Titel. - Unten links Meilenzeiger. - Oben links Erklärungen.

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         Voyage de F. Le Vaillant, das L'Interieur de L'Afrique

      1796]. 1796 - par le Cap de Bonne-Esperance. [With] Second Voyage dans L'Interieur de L'Afrique, das les Annes 1783, 84 et 85.First editions. 4 vols in 2. 30 coloured (incl. 5 folding) & 4 other plates. 4to. Later half calf, gilt with red morocco labels, some occasional foxing. xvi, 398; xvi, 240, [2], 373, [3]pp. Paris, 1790 & [ A handsome set of Le Vaillant's two voyages. Le Vaillant's travels were motivated by the desire to see specimens he'd studied in Paris in their natural environment, and his two voyages into the interior of south Africa took him as far as the Great Fish River, and later, north of the Orange River. Ogilvie, 1, 35; Mendelssohn I, p892. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Briefe eines reisenden Franzosen über die Deutschen, ihre Verfassung, Sitten und Gebräuche. Nebst Berichtigungen und Bemerkungen von einem Deutschen.

      Frankfurth und Leipzig [d.i. Dresden], 1796. - VII [recte VIII], 352 S. Unbeschnitten, breitrandig, im Pappband der Zeit. Leicht berieben, Ecken etwas bestoßen, Gelenke beschabt. Teils etwas gebräunt, teils auch etwas brainfleckig. Vorsatz mit 2 Besitzeinträgen. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Sowohl Holzm.-Boh. I.7675 wie auch Hayn-Got. I.466 nennen Dresden als Druckort. Nicht bei Weller. - Mit Berichten über das Alltagsleben, die Bauart der Häuser, 'Hang der Deutschen zum Trunk', auch über Kleidung, Sitten, Arbeitshäuser, Hospitäler, Kartenspiele, Tanz usf. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Aan't Bataafsche Volk; Wegens de Uitsluiting der Jooden uit het Stemrecht [BOUND WITH] De Republikein. No. 87 (To the Bataafse People; with reference to the exclusion of the Jews from the right to vote)

      M. Schalekamp, Amsterdam 1796 - Octavo. 16pp., 8 (277-284)pp. Blue wraps with handwritten lettering on cover housed in a quarto portfolio. D. H. Dautun is addressing the Batavian People in regards to the exclusion of the Jewish citizens from voting, making a case for the Jews to be given their right to vote. Dautun compares Christian and Jewish tradition and beliefs, points to the upright attitude of the Jews in the city and goes as far as demanding for the Jews to granted the right to bear arms. In "De Republikein" the case is made for the separation of church and state.Following the outbreak of the velvet Bataafse revolution in 1795, prompted by the growing resistance to nobility and the aspiration for a more equitable society, the Batavian Republic was declared on January 19, 1795, and a constitution was adopted in 1798, replacing the Union of Utrecht between a number of Dutch provinces. It is considered the first constitution of the Netherlands.Wraps with wear along edges, small chips and tears and three punch holes near spine. The two pamphlets are separated from each other with both having wraps attached. Front cover with perforated stamp and author and title handwritten on cover. Owner's stamp on front cover and title page. Library stamp on title page. Some foxing, mostly to second title. Wraps in overall poor, interior in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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         An History of the River Thames

      London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for John and Josiah Boydell; from the types of W. Martin, 1796. First edition, first issue. Engraved frontispiece, double-sheet folding map (bound as two double-page sections) of "The Course of the River Thames from Its Source to the Sea" by John Cooke, and 76 hand-colored aquatint plates by J.C. Stadler after J. Farrington. xiv, [4], 312; [8], 294 pp. Each volume with general title "An History of the Principal Rivers of Great Britain," list of plates and table in each volume, volume 1 with dedication. 2 vols. Folio. Early 19th-century marbled boards backed and cornered with new calf. Foxing to a dozen or so letterpress leaves, light marginal foxing to two or three plates, but overall internally clean with almost none of the usual offsetting. First edition, first issue. Engraved frontispiece, double-sheet folding map (bound as two double-page sections) of "The Course of the River Thames from Its Source to the Sea" by John Cooke, and 76 hand-colored aquatint plates by J.C. Stadler after J. Farrington. xiv, [4], 312; [8], 294 pp. Each volume with general title "An History of the Principal Rivers of Great Britain," list of plates and table in each volume, volume 1 with dedication. 2 vols. Folio. An unusually clean copy of this beautiful color-plate book documenting the cities, towns, countryside, and architecture along the course of the River Thames. The first issue, complete with general titles and dedication to George III which are not found in later issues. "[T]he work is almost invariably stained with offsets, and even the text is frequently spotted ... [F]ine, clean and perfect copies are really rare, some part of the preliminary leaves are often missing" (Tooley). The Boydells had conceived of this as only the first entry in a larger series on the rivers of England, but the project was abandoned due to cost considerations after the completion of this installment. "Early impression within aquatint borders [as here] are infinitely superior to later pulls" (Tooley). Abbey Scenery 432; Tooley 102

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         Antique Master Print-TRUANT-BOY-FATHER-GOUT-Bigg-Ward-1796

      - Original master print, titled: 'The Truants'. It shows two truant boys are being admonished by their father who sits with a leg propped up from gout. The man who found them kneels beside the boys, revealing their bounty of apples and pears. Two younger boys are watching in awe from the background. Original handcoloured mezzotint engraving on a verge type paper. Description: Original antique master print. Our definition of a Master Print is a seperately published print or series of prints, not being an illustrative print to a text. These can both be prints made by old masters (artists) or prints made by others (artists, engravers, etchers) after old masters.Artists and Engravers: Engraved by Ward after a painting by Bigg. This print was published by W.R. Bigg, in 1796. William Redmore Bigg (1755-1828) was an English painter. He studied at the Royal Academy under Eward Penny. Bigg's greatest pleasure lay in painting children. He produced small portraits and rustic genre pieces. William Ward (1762-1826) was an English engraver. During his lifetime he was appointed engraver to the Duke of York, and associate engraver to the Royal Academy. He not only worked closely with George Morland, but also married Morland's sister Maria. Condition: Fair, given age. All edges reinforced with paper tape. Lower right corner with a repaired tear. Backed chipped lower left corner. General age-related toning and/or occasional light soiling from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-P1-29 The overall size is ca. 24.8 x 19.7 inch. The image size is ca. 24 x 18.9 inch. The overall size is ca. 63 x 50 cm. The image size is ca. 61 x 48 cm.

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         Bavariae Circulus der ganze Bayrische Kreis nach den neuesten u. bewährtesten Hülfs Mitteln Augsburg im Kunst u. Landkarten Verlag des Joh. Walchs. 1796':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johann Walch in Augsburg, dat. 1796, 62 x 48,5 Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck u. Verlagswesen, S. 1303 (Johann Walch); nicht bei Schaup, Salzburg auf alten Landkarten. - Zeigt den Bayrischen Kreis und das Erzbistum Salzburg. - Oben rechts Titel.

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         The Antient [Ancient] Bee-Master's Farewell. Or, full and plain directions for the management of bees to the greatest advantage; disclosing further improvements of the hives, boxes, and other instruments, to facilitate the operations; especially that of separating double and treble hives or boxes, w

      London: Robinson, 1796 pp.xvi, 273 with two plates. Contents very clean. More recently a quarter-calf leather binding with marbled boards has replaced an older binding. Leather spine has raised bands and gilt lettering. Binding in fine condition also. A lovely copy. Scarce. (Harding 154).John Keys was a Welsh Bee-keeper and indeed wrote this work from Bee-Hall near Pembroke.

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         Explication du coutumier du Pays-de-Vaud, seconde édition.

      A Lausanne, Chez A. L. Tarin & D. Duret Imprimeur, 1796, - in-8vo, 460 p. + 8 p. (Table), ms. sur garde ?Broye Juge? et sur le haut du titre ?Au Châtelain Broye?, reliure en veau originale, dos avec pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, dos orné or. Tranches jaspées. Bel exemplaire. Seconde édition rare, la première date de 1708.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Helveticat -.

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         Antique Master Print-CIMON AND PERO-PIETY-PARENTAL RESPECT-Daniell-Koster-1796

      - Antique print, titled: 'Filial Piety', (Children's respect for their parents.) This plate shows the biblical story of Cimon and Pero. A nursing young woman Pero is breast feeding her father Cimon in a prison cell. Very rare print. Mezzotint engraving, plate coloured (a-la-pouppee) on a vellin type paper. Description: Published in 1796 by I. Brydon. Artists and Engravers: Made by James Daniell after S. de Koster. After an painting by Hereyns. James Daniell (British; c.1771-1814). (Simon de Koster (Middelburg; 1767-1831) was a Dutch artist mostly known for his portraits after other artists. He moved to London in 1788. Willem Jacob Herreyns (Antwerp; 1743-1827) was a Flemish painter. He is regarded as one of the last painters in the tradition of the Baroque and the last follower of Peter Paul Rubens. Condition: Fair, given age. Several small tears mostly in margin, extending 2 cm into image at top right and a few mm at rght. Right bottom plate edge broken with slight paper loss, backed. Paper edges reinforced on rear. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-P1-20 The overall size is ca. 20.9 x 27 inch. The image size is ca. 20 x 26.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 53 x 68.5 cm. The image size is ca. 50.9 x 66.3 cm.

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         The Theory of Chimnies and Fire-Places Investigated; The Principle of Those Recommended By Count Rumford, Fully Explained, and Their Construction Improved. To Which Is Added, A Method pf Preparing Houses and Ships, at Little Expense, In Such a Manner, that, In case of Fire, It may Be Extinguished with the Utmost Ease and Certainty.

      London: T. Heptinstall, 1796. 1st ed. - 12mo. 46 pp. + [2] pp. ads. Modern flexible boards with decorative papers. Contents with light, scattered foxing else very good plus. A scarce early treatise on fireplace construction. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thomas Dorn, ABAA]
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         The Evirons of London: being an Historical Account of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within Twelve Miles of that Capital: Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes (Five Volumes)

      T. Cadell and W. Davies, London 1796 - Five Volume Complete Set bound in full calf leather, some scuffs to spine edges, and hinges starting in a couple of volumes. Volume One: County of Surrey, 595 pages + viii. Volume Two: County of Middlesex, 598 pages + xxxxvi. Volume Three: County of Middlesex 706 pages. Volume Four: Counties of Herts, Essex & Kent, 724 pages + ii. Volume Five: An Historical Account of those Parishes in the County of Middlesex which are not described in the Environs of London, 316 pages. Some scattered foxing, but all plates and maps are present and correct. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         I CONTADINI DELLA TOSCANA. Serie completa composta da un frontespizio e 60 tavole di stupendi costumi, incisi in rame a colori su disegno di Antonio Bicci, sotto la direzione di (e in buona parte incise da) Carlo Lasinio.

      - Firenze, Pagni e Bardi, 1796. Cm. 33x23 + ampi margini intonsi. Ciascuna stampa con bella cornice dorata, eseguita dalla Ditta Miller di Londra (fine sec. XIX). Misure della cornice: cm. 58x40, vetri originali, tranne 6 sostituiti. Carlo Lasinio, incisore e pittore (Treviso 1759 - Pisa 1838), svolse la sua attività principalmente a Firenze, dove fu prof. all'Accademia e a Pisa, dove fu Conservatore del Camposanto. Praticò tutte le tecniche tradizionali dell'incisione - bulino, acquaforte, maniera nera, incisione a contorno - e sperimentò con successo il rivoluzionario sistema Le Blon - d'Agoty, che prevedeva l'utilizzazione di lastre multiple inchiostrate con i colori, rosso, giallo e azzurro (d'Agoty aggiunse come quarto colore il nero) secondo la tecnica del mezzotinto - cioè con una graffiatura o granitura completa della lastra di rame e una successiva lisciatura delle parti volute chiare: la parte granita tratteneva il colore fornendo un'incisione dallo scuro al chiaro che dava l'impressione dell'acquerello. Il Lasinio sperimentò a lungo tale tecnica - che già aveva interessato anche Bartolozzi - perfezionandola e combinandola con altre e ritoccando a mano col pennello alcune parti meno riuscite. Ne I contadini della Toscana però non utilizzò le lastre multiple, ma un altro sistema: quello detto a la poupée; usando una sorta di tampone per applicare ciascun colore sulla medesima lastra. Per la bibliografia de I contadini della Toscana cfr. soprattutto l'introduzione di G. Devoto e lo studio di A. Forlani Tempesti entrambi editi a corredo della ristampa in fac-simile (Milano, Il Polifilo, 1970). Al Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe degli Uffizi è presente solo un album della meno pregiata tiratura in bianco e nero (cfr. il catalogo della mostra "Lasinio. Incisioni" tenuta a Firenze e stampato da Olschki nel 2004).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
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         Geschichte der Mathematik seit der Wiederherstellung der Wissenschaften bis an das Ende des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts. 4 Bände (= komplett).

      Göttingen, Johann Georg Rosenbusch 1796-1800. \"Zus. über 2400 S. Halblederbände d.Zt. Mit RüSch., umlauf. Rotschnitt. Deckel u. Kanten berienben, ein Band mit Fehlstelle am unt. Kap.; im Text leicht gebräunt, doch fleckenfrei.\" Mit hs. Namenseintrag des österr. Mathematikers und Physikers Karl Exner. \"Poggendorff I, 1217. - Erlecke S. 4. - Bestermann III, 3715. - Erste Ausgabe. -\"\"Keine eigentliche Geschichte der Mathematik, sondern vielmehr eine chronologische Übersicht und innere wie äußere Analyse der mathematischen Literatur.\"\" (Erlecke) - \"\"Verdienstvoll ... Liefert eine Fülle von biographisch und kulturgeschichtlich interessanten Einzelheiten.\"\" (NDB X, 735)\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Mathematik, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Mechanik, Geometrie, Optik

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         Trattato elementare di chimica presentato in un ordine nuovo dietro le scoperte moderne. Recato dalla francese nell'italiana favella e corredato di annotazioni da Vincenzo Dandolo. Edizione terza corretta ed ampliata di due dissertazioni inedite dell?autore e di nuove annotazioni del traduttore.

      1796 - Venezia, dalla Tipografia Pepoliana, presso Antonio Curti, 1796, quattro volumi in-8vo mezza pelle coeva con tasselli, titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, p. 352 + 312 + VIII-304 + 263 con due grandi tabelle ripiegate all'interno del primo volume "Quadro delle combinazioni binarie dell'ossigeno colle sostanze metalliche." e "Quadro delle combinazioni del Radicale acetoso ossigenato." e 13 tavole incise in rame piu' volte ripiegate in fine al secondo volume.

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         Defence of Usury; Shewing the Impolicy of the Present Legal..

      1796. Philadelphia, 1796. 1st Am. ed.. Philadelphia, 1796. 1st Am. ed. First American Edition of Bentham's Classic Essay on Usury Bentham, Jeremy [1748-1832]. Defence of Usury; Shewing the Impolicy of the Present Legal Restraints on the Terms of Pecuniary Bargains. To Which is Added, A Letter to Adam Smith, Esq. LL.D. On the Discouragement of Inventive Industry. Philadelphia: Printed for Matthew Carey, 1796. [iv], [5]-149, [3] pp. Includes 2 pp. publisher advertisement. 12mo. (5-3/4" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary tree sheep, lettering piece and gilt fillets to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, front joint just starting at ends. Light toning to text, light foxing to a few leaves, early owner signature to head of title page and left-hand margin of p. 50. An attractive copy. $2,500. * First American edition. Bentham's celebrated essay on the usury laws as an attack on liberty. It began as a series of letters written between January and April 1787 during his long stay with his brother Samuel at his house at Zadobras, near Crichoff in Russia. The letters (13 in all) were written to his friend, George Wilson, in London, largely in response to reports (later to be unconfirmed) that Pitt was then contemplating a reduction of the rate of interest from 5 to 4%. Bentham took the opportunity to write about the commercially thorny interest-rate question including, of course, what he regarded as the stupidity of the government controlled interest rates. He early on took issue with Adam Smith, who seemed, in the Wealth of Nations, to approve the 5% limitation. In May 1787, the manuscript was sent to Wilson. It was published in 1788 through the agency of Jeremiah Bentham. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 2641.

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         Memoria sobre las Observaciones de Latitud y Longitud en el Mar. Por D. Dionisio Alcalá-Galiano, Capitán de Navío de la Real Armada.

      En la Imprenta de la Viuda de D. Joachin Ibarra, [Madrid] 1796 - "Science And Navigation In Spain - XVIII Century. Illustrated". 8vo.; recent quarter calf; 7 folding tables. Rare treatise by the Spanish naval, cartographer and explorer Dionisio Alcalá Galiano (1760-1805), on the determination of latitude and longitude at sea. Galiano was a pioneer of the use of the chronometer in Spain, allowing him to produce far more accurate maps of the Spanish colonies in the Americas than previously available. After graduating from the Spanish naval school in 1779 he participated in hydrographic surveys of the Spanish and South American coasts and other Spanish naval scientific explorations. He joined the expedition of Alejandro Malaspina to Vancouver; at the age of 45 he was killed at the battle of Trafalgar. This second edition, well printed by the widow of Joaquin Ibarra, Spain's greatest printer, on fine Catalan laid paper by Joseph Llorens, who had supplied paper from Ibarra's famous 1780 Cervantes, is greatly expanded from the first edition of the previous year, which did not contain the folding tables. * OCLC/WorldCat lists only eight copies in institutional libraries. Palau 5752 (calling for only 6 folding leaves); Fernández de Navarrete: Biblioteca Marítima Española I 367 – 373; Howgego: Encyclopedia of Exploration to 1800 - G6 (p.411); COPAC records only the first edition of 1795. 7 pp páginas [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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         Joan of Arc.

      Bristol: printed by Buligin and Rosser for Joseph Cottle [et al],, 1796. Quarto (270 x 212 mm). Contemporary tree calf, titles to red sheep label to spine, decorated gilt in compartments, frames gilt to covers, edges speckled black, marbled endpapers. Later ownership inscription of the writer and publisher Roger Senhouse (co-founder of Secker & Warburg). Rebacked preserving original red morocco spine label, wear to extremities, slight scratching to boards, light foxing to prelims and endpapers; a very good copy. First edition, association copy presented by the ladies of Llangollen and inscribed on the title page "Anna Seward. The gift of the Right Honorable Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Ponsonby. Jan. 1797". Lady Eleanor Butler (1739–1829) and Sarah Ponsonby (1755–1831), known together as the Ladies of Llangollen, were a lesbian couple who lived in seclusion in the Vale of Llangollen in Northern Wales. They dressed in men's clothing, furnished their home, Plas Newydd, in the Gothic style, and devoted their days to gardening, reading and study. Their unconventional life attracted the attention of outsiders, and many writers – including Southey, Byron, Shelley, Wordsworth, and Scott – came to visit the Ladies. The recipient, Midlands poet Anna Seward (1742–1809), first visited the Ladies in 1795, beginning an important friendship and correspondence. In 1796, Seward published "Llangollen Vale", a poem celebrating her friendship with the Ladies. Seward mentioned her reading of Joan of Arc in a letter to Miss Ponsonby ("My progress through Joan of Arc is very slow, and slow I always make it over a composition of real genius") and responded at length to the epic in a letter of 23 Jan. 1797 to Lady Butler ("Its poetic beauties are so numberless, so intrinsic, that its poetic defects, however conspicuous, are as dust in the balance"). Seward's "Lines written after reading Southey's Joan of Arc" was published in the European Magazine, August 1797.

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         Fattig mans wisthus och kök. Bifallit och belönt af kongl. Patriotiska sällskapet med den större skådepenningen i silfwer. [The poor mans storehouse and kitchen].

      1796 - Stockholm, A. J. Nordström, 1796. 8:o. 72 pp. Light brown sprinkled boards with ivory coloured label (Johanna Röjgård). Old sprinkled edges. occasional foxing and spotting. Small part of corner torn off of head of title page. A very good copy. Du Rietz Gastronomisk spegel 56. Blomqvist Mat och dryck i Sverige p. 209. Leijonhufvud & Brithelli Kvinnan inom svenska litteraturen p. 145. A second edition was published in 1797. The work contains, apart from general advice on housekeeping, recipes for simple dishes, instructions for slaughtering horses and "Påminnelse om barna-upfostran" [A reminder on the education of children]. Anna Maria Rückerschöld (1725-1805) was the granddaughter of the great Swedish inventor Christopher Polhem and published a number of cookery books, whose contents were characterized by utilitarian thinking and thrift. They each have specific target audiences and the present one is the only Swedish 18th-century cookery book which was intented for the poor. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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         Manuscript Letter, Signed, in French, by Count Nicholas Repnin to Colonel von Essen (d'Essen)

      Grodno, 1796. February 22, 1796. Original signed manuscript letter on single sheet of laid paper (ca. 36 x 25 cm), folded once vertically; 4 pp. Additional old fold lines; near fine. Nicholas Repnin was one of the foremost Imperial Russian statesmen of the eighteenth century, second in fame only to Alexander Suvorov. Under Catherine the Great, he served as minister plenipotentiary in Poland, in effect ruling the country and playing a crucial role in the gradual dissolution of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was widely known for his ruthless tactics, which included dictating the Russian demands to the Polish diet and arresting and exiling his opponents, such as the bishops of Kiev and Warsaw. During the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-74, Repnin resigned in order to lead Russian troops into battle against the Ottoman forces. But it was during the next Russo-Turkish conflict (1787-1792) that Repnin rose to fame as the most successful Russian commander apart from Suvorov (1729-1800). The present letter was written in Grodno, during Repnin's tenure as governor-general of the Lithuanian provinces, and concerns an unsavory affair involving one of von Essen's subordinates, the subject of which is merely circumscribed and couched in an abundance of rhetorical flourishes. At the time of writing, Repnin was at the height of his fame, following his successful, if controversial role in the Russo-Turkish War, and shortly before his death in Riga in 1801. A rare private letter, written entirely in French and signed by the author. We are unable to find information about the addressee.

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        Discours pour la dédicace du nouveau temple de la Chaux-de-Fonds, dans la Souverainité de Neuchâtel et Vallengin. Prononcé le 6 Novembre 1796.

      Au Locle, Chez Sauel Girardet, Pere Avec l?approbation de la V. Classe, M. DCC. XCVI, 1796, - in-8vo, 46 p. (dont la feuille de titre avec vignette, au verso ?Avis au libraire?) + 2 planches gravées (intérieur de l?église & Vue extérieure du Temple), nom manuscrit a l?intérieur du premier plat ?Htte Tissot Bergeon?, sur titre légère trace d?un tampon ?Fritz. secr commun.? cartonnage en papier dominoté. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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