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         Il Cuoco Galante e Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto

      CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Cuoco Galante. Quinta edizione accresciuta del Trattato delle Patate ed in tutto migliorata per vieppiù soddisfare gli uomini di buon senso e di buon gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.VIII,232. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Due tavole spieghevoli in fine: "Idea di una mensa o sia tavola per 32 persone" e "Seconda Imbandigione". Bitting, pag.101, nota; Westbury, pag.56; Vicaire, pag.895; Paleari Henssler, 81. Unito: CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto. Terza edizione migliorata ed accresciuta in tutte le parti del bello, del soave e del dilettevole per soddisfare gli uomini di sapere e di gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.XI,94,2n.nn. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Manca la tavola. Paleari Henssler, 88; Westbury, pag.57. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Pergamena coeva, tassello al dorso con titolo e fregi in oro.

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         Amsterdam, Prinsengracht - Francis Dukes naar Samuel Hutchinson, 1810.

      GROENTEMARKT AAN DE PRINSENGRACHT?This View of the Prince Graft -Lanuor Graft - and Wester Church ? Amsterdam?. Ets met aquatint, vervaardigd door Francis Dukes in 1801 (hier in een herdruk uit 1810) naar een tekening van Samuel Hutchinson die op zijn beurt teruggreep op een tekening van Nicolaas Bauer uit 1789. Afm.: 37 x 49 cm.We zien de groentemarkt aan de Prinsengracht tussen Beren- en Reestraat (Prinsengracht 341-375), in noordelijke richting. Links de brug over de Lauriergracht, in het midden de Reesluis, rechts op de achtergrond de toren van de Westerkerk. Geheel rechts de huizen Prinsengracht 375 en 373 met daarnaast de ingang van de Oudenoldersgang.De groentemarkt aan de Prinsengracht was ingesteld in 1644, ter vervanging van die aan de Oudezijds en Nieuwezijdsvoorburgwal. Hij was veruit de grootste van de stad en liep van ongeveer de Looiersgracht langs beide zijden tot voorbij de Rozengracht. Tuinders uit de wijde omgeving van de stad verkochten groenten en fruit vanaf hun schuiten aan handelaren en particulieren. Op het hier getoonde gedeelte lagen de schuiten uit de Diemer- of Watergraafsmeer.Prijs: ?950,-.

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         Cydonia communis. Coignassier commun.

      Paris. Ca. 1801- 1819. - Stipple engraving printed in color with added hand color, plate 12 x 9 inches on sheet 16 x 10 inches. Single pinhole in each corner (well outside plate area), a couple of very light foxing spots, scarcely visible. Very good condition. An exquisite botanical print of a quince, highlighting the artistry of Pierre Joseph Redoute in combination with the subtle technique of stipple engraving. The celebrated botanical artist Redoute (1759-1840) had the distinction of receiving the patronage of Marie Antoinette before the French Revolution as well as that of the Empress Josephine following the Reign of Terror. This fine example of botanical art was published in "Traite des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on cultive en france en pleine terre. Seconde edition 'nouveau Duhamel' considerablement augmentee" (Dunthorne 243) which documented trees and shrubs cultivated in France. This is plate 36 from Volume 4.

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         A superb and rare volume from the early U.S. Congress, including the act authorizing the Washington Monument, The Bankruptcy Act, and an act granting the Franking privilege to Martha Washington.

      1801. [United States Congress], Acts Passed at the First Session of the Sixth Congress of the United States of America, Begun and Held at the City of Philadelphia, In the State of Pennsylvania, On Monday the second of December, in the Year M,DCC, XCIX. (Philadelphia: Printed by Richard Folwell. [1801]) 223, vii, 352, iv, [22], octavo (5 x 8 inches), contemporary calf boards, titled spine with gilt lettering. With additional title page glued in font, The Laws of the United States of America. Vol. V. Published by Authority (Washington: Printed by Samuel Harrison Smith, for Rapin, Conrad and Co... Philadelphia -- and M. and J. Conrad and Co., Baltimore, 1801). The Death of Washington. Of great interest in this volume are the acts relative to the death of George Washington, and in particular, the original legislation that eventually resulted in the erection of the Washington Monument, finally completed in 1885. On December 23, 1799, nine days following his demise, the House and Senate resolved "...That a Marble Monument be erected by the United States, in the Capitol, at the City of Washington; and that the family of General Washington be requested to permit his body to be deposited under it; and that the Monument be so designed as to commemorate the great events of his military and political life. And be it further resolved, That there be a funeral procession from Congress Hall to the German Lutheran Church, in honor of the memory of General George Washington, on Thursday, the twenty-sixth instant, and that an oration be prepared at the request of Congress, to be delivered before both Houses, on that day; and that the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, be desired to request one of the Members of Congress to prepare and deliver the same. And be it further resolved, That it be recommended to the People of the United States to wear crape on the left arm, as mourning, for thirty days. And be it further resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to direct a copy of these resolutions to be transmitted to Mrs. Washington, assuring her of the profound respect Congress will ever bear to her person and character; of their condolence on the late afflicting dispensation of Providence; and entreating her assent to the interment of the remains of General George Washington, in the manner expressed in the first resolution. And be it further resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to issue a proclamation, notifying to the People throughout the United States the recommendation contained in the third resolution." The following day, Christmas eve, it was further "RESOLVED by the Senate and house of Representatives of the United States, in the Capitol, at the city of Washington, and that the family of general Washington be so designed as to commemorate the great events of his military and political life... And be it further resolved, That it be recommended to the people of the United States to wear crape on the left arm as mourning, for thirty days..." Two weeks later Congress further recommended to the people of the United States to assemble on the twenty-second day of February next, in such numbers and manner as may be convenient., publicity to testify their grief for the death of George Washington, by suitable eulogies, rotations and discourses, or by pubic prayers..." In an additional gesture of thanks, on April 3, 1800 Congress passed "An ACT to extend the privilege of franking letters and packages to Martha Washington". Quasi War with France: Apart from the important Washington connections, this imprint provides a fabulous record of one of the more pivotal congresses in United States history. Convened in the midst of some of the most bitter political acrimony to grip the country that pitted not only the Federalists against the Jeffersonian Republicans, but divided President John Adams against his own party. Relations with France had soured to the point that an undeclared naval war had erupted between the former revolutionary allies while Alexander Hamilton and his allies pushed for a larger land army to repel a possible invasion. In the end, the "quasi-war" remained exclusively naval, and American sea power was quite successful on the high seas. On March 29, 1800 Congress "RESOLVED... That the President of the United States be requested to present to captain Thomas Truxton, a golden Medal, emblematical of the late action between the United States frigate Constellation, of thirty-eight guns, and the French ship of war La Vengeance, of fifty-four..." Other legislation includes "An ACT further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France, and the dependencies thereof." passed on February 27, 1800. A maturing nation: Also of interest here is some of the earliest national bankruptcy legislation including "An ACT to establish an uniform System of Bankruptcy throughout the United States." (April 4, 1800) together with "An ACT for the relief of persons imprisoned for debt" (January 6, 1800). It was legislation like this, both on the federal and state level that allowed Robert Morris to finally leave the Prune Street debtor's prison the following year. Other significant legislation includes "An ACT providing for the second census..." (February 28, 1800); " The somewhat ironic, "...ACT to establish a general Stamp Office." (April 23, 1800); and "An ACT to alter and to establish sundry post roads." (April 23, 1800). Also of interest is one of the later acts to be passed in this volatile session of Congress, "An ACT to make further provision for the removal and accommodation of the Government of the United States." (April 21, 1800) It provided that "...the President of the United States, shall be... empowered, to direct the various offices belonging to the several executive departments of the United States, to be removed to the city of Washington, at any time he shall judge proper, after the adjournment of the present session of Congress..." Also included are several international treaties including the 1797: "TREATY of PEACE and FRIENDSHIP, between the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, and the KINGDOM OF TUNIS". Tunis, of course, was one of the North African Barbary States, and this treaty required yearly tribute to the Bey. The United States would son go to war with Tripoli over the matter, and by 1815, the United States no longer paid tribute to any of the North African kingdoms. Also included is a "TREATY of Amity and Commerce between HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF PRUSSIA and the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." (Printed in English and French on opposite pages). Shaw & Shoemaker 1456. No copies have appeared at auction since 1975. Pages bear light foxing, one or two bear minor marginal tears, small loss to front blank flyleaf, rubbing and scratches to boards and spine, spine overall tight, a very good edition.

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         Traité Médico-Philosophique sur l'aliénation mentale ou la manie.

      Paris, Richard, Caille et Ranvier, An IX (1801). - in-8. (1f.blanc). LVI. 318pp. 2ff. (1f.blanc). 3 planches hors-texte, dont une dépliante. Demi-veau, dos lisse orné dans le style romantique (reliure vers 1830). Edition Originale du chef d'œuvre de Philippe Pinel (1745-1826), texte qui marque la fondation de la psychiatrie moderne et de l'humanisation du traitement des malades mentaux. "Pinel was among the first to treat the insane humanely; he dispensed with chains and placed his patiens under the care of specially selected physicians. Garrison considered the above book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to humanitarian treatment of the insane. Pinel founded the French School of Psychiatry" (Garrison-Morton) Papier légèrement bruni, dos un peu frotté, mais bon exemplaire. Garrison-Morton, 4922. Norman, 100 Books Famous in Medicine, 54. En Français dans le Texte, 203. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         TRIESTE, ITALY: VEDUTA MERIDIONALE DELLA CITTÁ E PORTOFRANCO DI TRIESTE DEDICATA ALLO SPATTABILE CETO MERCANTILE IN TRIESTE.

      Trieste: Gasparo Weiss - Thomas Baratti . 1801 - Copper engraving on blue paper (Very Good, with minor foxing and very light water staining) cm. This large beautiful and detailed view of Trieste was made in 1801 from the hills on the north side. The clearly presented buildings are marked with 38 numbers and named in the lover part of the print. The landscape in the background expands into the coastline of what is today Slovenia with Piran on the extreme right-hand side. The images in the front present scenes from modern life: strollers, children, dogs, fishermen catching fish in groups, a man observing the sea with a telescope and an artist drawing an image of the city. The latter image is probably an self-portrait of the artist himself. The print was dedicated to the Guild of Merchants of Trieste, a very strong society from 18th century on, which was electing members to the Trieste Chambers of Commerce. The print is based on the drawing of an artist who signed himself as Giuseppe Pollencig. Born in Gorizia on March 24, 1763 as Joseph Thomas Polenzig (Polen?i?), he is recorded in Vienna in 1791, from 1791 to 1797 in Budapest, and from 1797 to 1809 in Trieste, where his name got italianised to Giuseppe Pollencig. In 1809 he returned to Gorizia, where he staied until his death. According to the contemporary article, the print was made by Thomas Baratti, who came to Trieste from Venice (Erneuerte vaterländische Blätter für den österreichischen Kaiserstaat, nr. 28, 27. April 1819, p. 112). Although the view is known in literature and facsimile editions appear on the market, we could not trace any other originals on the market in the past generations. References: Marina Marusi, Giuseppe Pollencig e alcune sue stampe, in: Atti dei Civici musei di storia ed arte di Trieste, 1983-1984. pp. 301-309; Fulvio Caputo, Neoclassico: arte, architettura e cultura a Trieste, 1790-1840, 1990, p. 184; Cesare De Seta, L'immagine delle città italiane dal XV al XIX secolo: Napoli, Palazzo reale, Appartamento storico, 30 ottobre 1998-17 gennaio 1999, 1998, p. 189; Fiorello De Farolfi, Catalogo delle stampe triestine dal XVII al XIX secolo, 1994; Raineri Mario Cossar, Giuseppe Pollencig. Pictore e Incisore (1763-1823), 1947.

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         Notes on the State of Virginia

      Printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis - For Furman & Loudon, New York 1801 - "Third American Edition" [i.e. sixth American edition]. Frontispiece portrait of Jefferson engraved by John Scoles plus folding plate of natural bridge, folding map [opposite p. 5] by Samuel Lewis, printed in NY in 1794 and so dated, and folding table [at p. 138], Madison's Cave illus. at p. 32 in text, at p. 387 in text Ohio River map. 392 pp. 8vo. Howes J78; Sabin 35906; Shaw & Shoemaker 722; Sowerby, Jefferson's Library 4167 Contemporary calf boards gilt, new spine in period style. Some toning to text block. Very good Frontispiece portrait of Jefferson engraved by John Scoles plus folding plate of natural bridge, folding map [opposite p. 5] by Samuel Lewis, printed in NY in 1794 and so dated, and folding table [at p. 138], Madison's Cave illus. at p. 32 in text, at p. 387 in text Ohio River map. 392 pp. 8vo "Third American Edition" [i.e. sixth American edition].

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         Cape May County Ledgers of Stephen Young

      Fair. This collection includes three ledger books detailing the accounts of a general store and schooners of Stephen Young and family of Cape May County, New Jersey. Ledgers are dated from 1801 to 1840. Ledger book of schooner Olive Branch (1801 to 1802) amounts to 40pp of text, and is bound together with the constable and general accounts of Stephen Young (1802-1804) , amounting to 54pp. Leaves are unpaginated. Condition of ledger is fair with remaining binding still on spine, heavy wear, soiling and foxing to all leaves, tears to all leaves with most leaves of constable and general accounts torn and missing over half of content. The second book is a ledger which documents the accounts of Stephen Young's general store, from 1810 to 1816 and which is 340pp. This ledger is in good condition with remaining binding on spine, heavy wear and soiling, foxing to all leaves with some leaves torn. The handwriting in this ledger is quite readable. The third ledger book documents ship accounts of Joseph Young, Stephen Young's son, between 1836 and 1840. This book is in fair condition with 13 leaves of text, some of which are badly torn and missing over half of content. The Young family has a long history in Cape May County, New Jersey with documentation dating back to 1707. The town of Littleworth, now known as Petersburg is inundated with Young family history. Stephen Young (1780 - 1857) "…inherited the old homestead near Sluice Creek, and lived there from the time of his marriage until about 1812 or 1813, at which time he built a house at the Lower Bridge, where he had for some years conducted a shipyard and general store" (History of Petersberg, N. J. , 1913). Stephen Young and both his sons, Joseph and Henry, were sea captains conducting trade in the West Indies using their own schooners to carry freight. The ledger account book for Stephen Young's Olive Branch is quite detailed and organized with four columns arranged as such: date (month/day) /documentation of credit or payment, itemized/dollars/cents. For example: In the year 1802 - "May 12th/to money paid for carting the bowsprit/…/50", next line "May 12th/ to money paid for half barrel flower (sic) / 3/75." The Olive Branch sailed from Philadelphia to New York, and to Charleston, Richmond and the West Indies. Also documented are the schooner's crew with accounts for cash paid in Philadelphia, cash advance and cash at discharge for each individual. The general accounts and constable ledger bound with the schooner ledger provides 6 pages of summons and executions. The store ledger is similarly well organized with the name of the customer above their purchase which has been divided into columns as such: date/goods purchased and quantity per pound or individual price/total price. Young sold a variety of items such as spirits, coffee, chocolate, molasses, sugar, rum and shoes. Many customers are repeats with some prominent names being: Godfrey, Gandy, Corson and many Young's. The ledger account for Joseph Young's ship shows its principal voyages were from Philadelphia (referred to as Schoolskile in the ledger) to New York. An example from this ledger: "Amount of Freight Sept 6th 1838 - 6th/Freight from Schoolskile to New York/$ 158.62½." They hauled freight like this twice a month for three months ending with a total credit of $1470.43. These ledgers provide us detailed histories of tradesman and captains of the early 19th century in the United States. Their importance to family and local history of Cape May County is plain, and their content is quite intriguing and informative. .

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         New York

      March 3, 1801.

Broadside: To the Electors of the State of New York, one page, 9" x 16", March 3, 1801, Albany, addressed to "Fellow Citizens!". The period for which our present Chief Magistrate was elected to office being nearly expired and he having signified his intention to retire to private life, it will soon become necessary for the citizens of this state... to provide a successor to that important station... we the General Committee of the citizens of Albany... respectfully recommend... and support Stephen Van Rensselaer... " With a lengthy endorsement of Van Rensselaer's reputation and character. Stephen Van Rensselaer III (1764-1839) was Lieutenant Governor of New York as well as a statesman, soldier, and land-owner, the heir to one of the greatest estates in the New York region at the time. He was the father of Henry Bell Van Rensselaer, who was a politician and general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. His younger brother Philip Schuyler Van Rensselaer 1767-1824 was Mayor of Albany, New York 1799-1812. Van Rensselaer was born in New York City, the eldest child of Stephen Van Rensselaer II (a great-grandson of Mayor of New York Stephanus Van Cortlandt) and Catharina Livingston (daughter of Philip Livingston). His family was very wealthy, and the van Rensselaer Manor House was a rich childhood environment for the young boy to grow up in. However, his father died in 1769, when van Rensselaer was only five, and the heir to his father's estate. Van Rensselaer was raised by his uncle, Abraham Ten Broeck, who administered the Van Rensselaer estate after van Rensselaer II's untimely death. To this end he was sent off to school, and in 1782, van Rensselaer graduated from Harvard University. One year later, he married Margarita Schuyler, the daughter of renowned Revolutionary War general Philip Schuyler. Van Rensselaer was only nineteen years old, but Margarita's death in 1801 would cause him to enter into his second marriage one year later with Cornelia Paterson, daughter of former New Jersey Governor William Paterson. On his 21st birthday, van Rensselaer took possession of his family's prestigious estate, close to 1,200 square miles (31,000 km²) in size, named Rensselaerswyck, and began a long tenure as lord of his family's manor. Van Rensselaer desired to make money off of the land that was suddenly his, but was extremely reluctant to sell it off. Instead, he granted tenants perpetual leases at moderate rates, which saved would-be landholders from having to pay all of their money up front. This meant that they could invest more in their operations, which led to increased productivity in the area. Over time, van Rensselaer would become landlord over 3,000 tenants, and proved a lenient and benevolent landowner. His tenants, who did not have to work in fear of sudden foreclosure or unfair treatment, were able to focus on their work, and the productivity Van Rensselaer created benefited the entire Albany area. Van Rensselaer also spent a great deal of time in political pursuits, it is said more out of a sense of duty than of ambition. He served in the New York State Assembly from 1789 to 1791 and the New York State Senate from 1791 to 1796, being named Lieutenant Governor of the state in 1795. van Rensselaer, over his time in politics, acquired a reputation as something of a reformer, voting in favour of extending the suffrage and going against much of New York's upper class in doing so. Very fine.


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         Geheime strategische Instructionen Friedrich des Zweyten an seine Generalinspecteurs.

      Leipzig Baumgärtnerische Buchhandlung () 1801 - EA; ca 25x22 cm; (2) 44 Seiten plus 31 kolorierte gefaltete Kupfertafeln; Kartoneinband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (Einband bestoßen und an den Kanten etwas beschabt, 3 Stempel auf Titelblatt; sonst gutes Exemplar) 0,000 gr. Militär; Militaria [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         1801 Thomas Jefferson Notes on State of Virginia SLAVERY Laws Colonial Americana

      Philadelphia, R.T. Rawle, publisher,-- June, 1801. John Thompson, printer. [First edition, “first hot-pressed edition”] - 1801 Thomas Jefferson Notes on State of Virginia SLAVERY Laws Colonial Americana “I cannot live without books.” Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson’s ‘Notes on the State of Virginia’ was his written response to various questions he had been asked about Virginia by French secretary Francois Barbe-Marbois. This book is regularly considered the most important American book published before 1800 (Bernstein). This book is important for many reasons, but it gives insight to Jefferson’s views on slavery, important laws, powers given to the people and the government, as well as how to exhaust resources reserved for the military. This book instilled fear in many slave owners, out of fear that their ‘property’ would be taken from them and that an emancipation would become imminent. In addition to the more controversial topics, Jefferson discussed the geography and topography of Virginia, religious views of Colonial America, and important state-papers. This 1801 edition, printed in Philadelphia, is the first edition to include Jefferson’s own edits on the Logan affair. Item number: #1992 Price: $1250 JEFFERSON, Thomas Notes on the state of Virginia Philadelphia, R.T. Rawle, publisher,-- June, 1801. John Thompson, printer. [First edition, “first hot-pressed edition”] Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [2], 436 (i.e. 437), [56] • References: Sabin 35903; Howes J 78; Bernstein, Thomas Jefferson; • Provenance: • Handwritten – Gilbert Elliott, Esq., 1870 • Handwritten – Thomas Hughlett • Language: English • Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure • Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 13cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1992 Photod available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Hob XVa] Sonate pour le clavecin ou piano-forte avec accompagnement d'une flute ou violon obligé. Oeuvre 87

      Vienne : Hoffmeister & Comp., [1801?] - Stimmen (Klavier u. Flöte). 13, 4 S. Quer-4to. Gestochen. Verlagsangabe teils (unten) abgerissen, teils überklebt. Gering stockfleckig u. fransig. Hob III: 72 (ohne III). Mit dekorativer Titelumrahmung.

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         RULES / FOR THE /Government of the Alms-House / IN THE / CITY OF NEW-YORK,/ APPROVED AND AGREED TO / AT A / COMMON COUNCIL, / ON MONDAY, THE SIXTH OF OCTOBER,/ 1800.

      Printed by Furman and Loudon, Opposite the City-Hall, [New York]: 1801.. Near Fine. Printed by Furman and Loudon, Opposite the City-Hall, [New York]: 1801.First edition. Copies of this imprint are found at the Library of Congress and at the New York Historical Society. 22 pages, 6 7/8 in x 3 7/8 in; quarto; [A1-4; B1-4; C1-3]. Published by the order of the Common Council, Robert Benson, Clerk. Printers mark of a phoenix rising from flames, with the printers motto Protection on the title page. This copy lacks the final blank with the printers advertisements on the verso. Shaw and Shoemaker 1023.Furman and Loudon were located at the corner of Broad and Wall Streets in New York City in 1800, opposite the City Hall. Small repair of paper loss to title-page without any loss of text. This copy is sewn into a plain wrapper and trimmed.This rare title is remarkable for the progressive compassion articulated in the provisions of governance and in the vision of its authors for the self-help solutions articulated for the paupers cared for by this early public assistance institution.Jacob de la Montagnie was a judge and held various elected positions as an elected representative of the people of New York. Notably, in 1804 he served on the committee overseeing the funeral arrangements for Alexander Hamilton and for the hiring of Col. John Trumbull to paint a full-length portrait of Hamilton as a general for the sum of five-hundred dollars. Richard Harrison was one of the first three lawyers (and the only lawyer from New York) admitted to practice before the Supreme Court the first day it opened in New York in February 1790.

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         John Langdon

      June 13, 1801. Partially Printed Military Document Endorsed, "John Langdon, Cap[tain] Genl", and Signed, "J.T. Gilman", Governor, 1p, 14.25" x 12". Document is an appointment of Jabez James to the position of "Major of the First Battalion on the Tenth Regiment of Militia, in the State of New-Hampshire." Along the left side beneath the seal, in clerical hand is written, "The said Jabez James his requested leave to resign this commission and having received the Consent of the Superior Officer his resignation is accepted" with John Langdon's endorsement. Light soiling and toned edges with folds; Overall near fine condition. 

John Langdon's distinguished political leadership was matched by his military acumen. He made an important contribution to the war effort during his year in the Continental Congress. In November 1775, he approved the organization of the first regiment of Canadian volunteers in the Continental Army. Recognizing Langdon's maritime experiences, Congress appointed him to the committee that oversaw the establishment of the Continental Navy. In early 1776 Langdon resigned to accept appointment as the Marine Agent for New Hampshire. He established a shipyard in Portsmouth and began work on one of the first Continental frigates, the Raleigh. While he operated his own fleet of privateers, he also supervised construction of the Navy's first major warship, the 74-gun America. The most ambitious shipbuilding project in the country to that time, the America was launched near the end of the war.

Another of Langdon's major responsibilities as marine agent involved supervising the importation and distribution of arms. Shipped from France to ports in New England, and especially Portsmouth, these vital weapons were disguised in a complicated trade deal to maintain the appearance of French neutrality. Thanks in part to Langdon's efforts they reached the regiments of the Continental Army in time for the crucial campaigns of 1777. In 1777 Langdon assumed a more direct role in the defense of the country. Langdon took command of an elite company of light infantry called a "silk-stocking" outfit by his contemporaries because it was composed of wealthy citizens who all held officer commissions in their own local militia units. The unit was in fact a highly trained combat formation. British strategy for the summer campaign of 1777 called for a major attack to cut New England off from the other states. By September, Burgoyne's army had been halted near Saratoga, New York, by the combined efforts of continentals and various militias from New York and New England. To help break the stalemate, additional militia units were called up, including Langdon's company. They arrived in time to surround the British, cutting off retreat to Canada. In October, Burgoyne and his entire army surrendered. Langdon witnessed this "grand scene' " as he called it, the result of the cooperative efforts of the regulars and the militia of four separate states. He also took considerable satisfaction in the fact that he had paid out of his own pocket for much of the equipment used by his militia company, saying, "If we defend our homes and our firesides, I may get my pay; if we do not defend them, the property will be of no value to me." 

Jabez James was an early settler of New Hampshire. As quoted from the History of Merrimack and Belknap Counties, New Hampshire Philadelphia: J.W. Lewis & Co., 1885, "Major Jabez James came into town in 1784 and settled near Cotton's Hill, on the north incline, on some excellent land. He was one of the largest taxpayers in the first years. His estate still remains in the name and the family holds its rank. He was a Revolutionary soldier and had sons, John and Jonathan who settled near. Jonathan and John James settled near each other in the same neighborhood and their families are still represented in the place, though some have removed to other places. The families were not large, but of good standing and worthy in example."


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         TRAITE THEORIQUE ET PRATIQUE SUR LA CULTURE DE LA VIGNE, AVEC L'ART DE FAIRE LE VIN, LES EAUX-DE-VIE, ESPRIT-DE-VIN, VINAIGRES SIMPLES ET COMPOSES; ouvrage dans lequel se trouvent les meilleures méthodes pour faire, gouverner et perfectionner les vins et eaux-de-vie ; avec XXI planches représentant les diverses espèces de vignes ; les machines et instruments servant à la fabrication des vins et eaux-de-vie.

      chez Delalain, A Paris 1801 - 2 voll. in-8°, pp. XVI,408; IX,(3),584, 21 tavv. incise in rame f.t. raffiguranti vari tipi di uve e attrezzature, 2 tabelle rip. Legature coeve in mezza pelle, titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso. Importante lavoro che contiene i fondamentali della viticoltura e dell'enologia moderna. Jean Baptiste François Rozier e Louis d'Ussieux sono autori della parte rigurdante la viticoltura, mentre Jean Antoine Claude Chaptal contribuisce al trattato con il primo dei suoi trattati sul vino; la parte sulla distillazione è opera ancora di Rozier, mentre Antoine Augustin Parmentier discorre degli aceti. Vicaire 164. Simon, Bibl. Vinaria, 18. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Il Cuoco Galante e Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto

      Napoli, Terres 1801 - CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Cuoco Galante. Quinta edizione accresciuta del Trattato delle Patate ed in tutto migliorata per vieppiù soddisfare gli uomini di buon senso e di buon gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.VIII,232. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Due tavole spieghevoli in fine: "Idea di una mensa o sia tavola per 32 persone" e "Seconda Imbandigione". Bitting, pag.101, nota; Westbury, pag.56; Vicaire, pag.895; Paleari Henssler, 81. Unito: CORRADO Vincenzo. Il Credenziere di Buon Gusto. Terza edizione migliorata ed accresciuta in tutte le parti del bello, del soave e del dilettevole per soddisfare gli uomini di sapere e di gusto. Napoli, dalla Stamperia Orsiniana presso i fratelli Terres, 1801. Pp.XI,94,2n.nn. Ritratto dell'autore in antiporta. Manca la tavola. Paleari Henssler, 88; Westbury, pag.57. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Pergamena coeva, tassello al dorso con titolo e fregi in oro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A New Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus by ... Thornton [The Genera of Exotic and Indigenous Plants that are to be met with in Great Britain; arranged according to the reformed system, by ... Thornton]

      London: published by Dr. Thornton, 1801. 2 parts in one volume, folio. (18 5/8 x 12 7/8 inches). Engraved title to each part, engraved allegorical frontispiece titled Cupid, Flora, Ceres and Esculapius Honouring the Bust of Linnaeus, engraved portrait frontispiece of Queen Charlotte, engraved allegorical plate titled Cupid Inspiring Plants with Love, 16 engraved portraits of botanists on 14 sheets, 43 engraved plates on 42 leaves (including 34 botanical illustrations and 9 engraved pages of text or tables), all uncoloured. (Some spotting and browning, numerous blindstamps, 2 botanical plates shaved into the image area). Later half calf over textured cloth-covered boards (upper joint split)Provenance: Chetham Library, Manchester, England (blindstamps)An extraordinary offshoot of Thornton's larger work of the same nameWith this work, an offshoot of his larger masterpiece of the same title, Thornton attempted to explain Linnaean botany, as well as expound upon his own botanical theories. The work celebrates great contemporary and historical botanists and their supporters and also includes plates of many cross-sections of plant stems. The logic of the work is elusive, but what is undeniable is that, like its larger cousin, the present work includes some very charming plates, particularly the allegorical ones and the intriguing image of the dragon arum.The chaotic publication of Thornton's masterpiece, the seeminglly haphazard order in which plates, text, tables were published, and the work's final ignominious fate as prizes in a lottery draw have all meant that there is no definitive bibliographical description for either the large-scale work or the present somewhat smaller offshoot.

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         John Langdon

      , June 13, 1801. June 13, 1801. Partially Printed Military Document Endorsed, "John Langdon, Cap[tain] Genl", and Signed, "J.T. Gilman", Governor, 1p, 14.25" x 12". Document is an appointment of Jabez James to the position of "Major of the First Battalion on the Tenth Regiment of Militia, in the State of New-Hampshire." Along the left side beneath the seal, in clerical hand is written, "The said Jabez James his requested leave to resign this commission and having received the Consent of the Superior Officer his resignation is accepted" with John Langdon's endorsement. Light soiling and toned edges with folds; Overall near fine condition.John Langdon's distinguished political leadership was matched by his military acumen. He made an important contribution to the war effort during his year in the Continental Congress. In November 1775, he approved the organization of the first regiment of Canadian volunteers in the Continental Army. Recognizing Langdon's maritime experiences, Congress appointed him to the committee that oversaw the establishment of the Continental Navy. In early 1776 Langdon resigned to accept appointment as the Marine Agent for New Hampshire. He established a shipyard in Portsmouth and began work on one of the first Continental frigates, the Raleigh. While he operated his own fleet of privateers, he also supervised construction of the Navy's first major warship, the 74-gun America. The most ambitious shipbuilding project in the country to that time, the America was launched near the end of the war.Another of Langdon's major responsibilities as marine agent involved supervising the importation and distribution of arms. Shipped from France to ports in New England, and especially Portsmouth, these vital weapons were disguised in a complicated trade deal to maintain the appearance of French neutrality. Thanks in part to Langdon's efforts they reached the regiments of the Continental Army in time for the crucial campaigns of 1777. In 1777 Langdon assumed a more direct role in the defense of the country. Langdon took command of an elite company of light infantry called a "silk-stocking" outfit by his contemporaries because it was composed of wealthy citizens who all held officer commissions in their own local militia units. The unit was in fact a highly trained combat formation. British strategy for the summer campaign of 1777 called for a major attack to cut New England off from the other states. By September, Burgoyne's army had been halted near Saratoga, New York, by the combined efforts of continentals and various militias from New York and New England. To help break the stalemate, additional militia units were called up, including Langdon's company. They arrived in time to surround the British, cutting off retreat to Canada. In October, Burgoyne and his entire army surrendered. Langdon witnessed this "grand scene' " as he called it, the result of the cooperative efforts of the regulars and the militia of four separate states. He also took considerable satisfaction in the fact that he had paid out of his own pocket for much of the equipment used by his militia company, saying, "If we defend our homes and our firesides, I may get my pay; if we do not defend them, the property will be of no value to me."Jabez James was an early settler of New Hampshire. As quoted from the History of Merrimack and Belknap Counties, New Hampshire Philadelphia: J.W. Lewis & Co., 1885, "Major Jabez James came into town in 1784 and settled near Cotton's Hill, on the north incline, on some excellent land. He was one of the largest taxpayers in the first years. His estate still remains in the name and the family holds its rank. He was a Revolutionary soldier and had sons, John and Jonathan who settled near. Jonathan and John James settled near each other in the same neighborhood and their families are still represented in the place, though some have removed to other places. The families were not large, but of good standing and worthy in example."

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         Trattato degli alberi della Toscana del dottor Gaetano Savi [.].

      - Pisa, con approvazione, 1801, in-8, cartonatura spruzzata originale, titolo a stampa su tassello di carta al dorso, pp. [4], 250, [2]. Prima edizione, rara. Esemplare a pieni margini. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Der Wetterschrofen und Sonnspitz bey Lermoos". Aquatinta in Brauntönen von Benedikt Piringer nach Friedrich Ferdinand Runk. Aus: Sammlung der vorzüglichsten Mahlerischen Gegenden von Tyrol.

      Wien, Josef Eder, (1801 - 1805). - Nebehay-W. 579, 11. - Im Auftrag von Erzherzog Johann macht Friedrich Ferdinand Runk eine Reise nach Tirol, deren Vorzeichnungen der Landschaftszeichner und Aquatintastecher Benedikt Pieringer in 24 meisterhaften Aquatintastichen zu einer Serie zusammenstellt und die Josef Eder herausgibt. - Stockfleckig, kl. Randläsuren (ohne Text oder Bildberührung). Im unteren Rand knapp beschnitten (es fehlt die Verlagsangabe). *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0

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         Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence, through the Continent of North American, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the Years 1789 and 1793. With a Preliminary Account of the Fur Trade

      1801 - Stipple-engraved portrait frontispiece of Mackenzie by P. Condé after Thomas Lawrence & 3 folding maps. 4to. Contemporary half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt. Boards lightly scuffed and soiled. Scattered foxing and toning,Lacking the half-title & pages 249-256 misbound, after page 152. Very good. viii, cxxxii, 412, [2]pp. London, Alexander Mackenzie was ?the first white man to cross the continent and his journal.is of surpassing interest? (Wagner-Camp). The present work is the first published account of the two exploring expeditions that Mackenzie made on behalf of the North West Company as part of their attempt to break the Hudson's Bay Company's stranglehold on the fur trade. The author was born in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland in 1764, in North America in 1774, employed as a clerk in the fur trade in 1779, and by 1787 he was a wintering partner in the North West Company, posted at Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabasca.Mackenzie set out on his first expedition on June 3, 1789, armed with information and maps provided by fur trader Peter Pond. He had decided to follow a large river flowing west from Great Slave Lake in search of a northwest passage to the Pacific. The expedition was partially successful: on July 13, Mackenzie and his party reached salt water, but it proved to be the Beaufort Sea rather than the Pacific Ocean.After a further two years in the fur trade in Canada, Mackenzie returned to England in the autumn of 1791 to study navigation and astronomy, as the first expedition had demonstrated to him that he needed more expertise in these areas. He returned to Canada in the spring of 1792 and made his way west to the newly-built Fort Fork, near the junction of the Peace and Smoky Rivers.In May 1793, having spent the winter making preparations, Mackenzie left on what was to be his greatest journey. After a difficult passage by canoe and on foot through the Rockies, he and his party arrived at the Pacific near Bella Coola, British Columbia on July 22, 1793. He returned to Grand Portage in 1794 and subsequently to Montreal, where he acted as an agent for the North West Company until 1799, when he retired to England. His great achievement did not receive the wide acknowledgment it deserved until the present work was published, and his subsequent and equally important proposals drawing attention to the importance of the Pacific coast. In 1802, Mackenzie was knighted by George III and went on to serve as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada from 1804 to 1808.Graff 2630; Hill, 1063; Howes, M133 ?b?; Lande, 1317; Peel, 25; Sabin, 43414; Wagner-Camp, 1:1; Wheat Transmississippi, 251. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Mapa Geográfico del Obispado de Mechoacan Hecho por el manuscrito del Br. D. Manuel Ygnacio Carranza, el de D. Josef Antonio de Alzate y Ramirez, y otros documentos Por D. Tomás López, geógrafo de los dominios de S.M. de varias Academias. Madrid año de 1801

      1801 - 49 x 41 cm. Este mapa fue grabado en dos hojas que dividen al obispado de Michoacán en norte y sur. En la esquina superior izquierda se ubica el título (fig. 1). La escala, localizada en la esquina inferior derecha, está expresada en Leguas vulgares de España de hora de camino de 20 al grado, Leguas de 17 ½ al grado y Leguas legales de Castilla. En el ángulo inferior izquierdo, fuera del marco, se ubica la siguiente frase: Se hallará este en Madrid con las obras de sus hijos. Cuenta con márgenes graduados, orografía y red hidrográfica; los límites del obispado están coloreados y la costa que da al Pacífico está sombreada en verde. La leyenda de símbolos indica el tipo de asentamiento: Ciudad arzobispal, ciudad obispal, ciudad particular, villa, pueblo de españoles, pueblo con parroquia y cura, pueblos pequeños y de esto hai (sic.) muchos, haciendas de ganados y labradores, son tantas que por no embarazar se ponen algunas, real de minas de oro y plata, y minas de cobre o estaño. También han sido identificados los territorios circunvecinos como el Obispado de Guadalajara, el Arzobispado de México, el Reyno de León y el Mar Pacífico o del Sur. Se trata de un plano suelto, pues no formó parte de la publicación de ningún libro o atlas. Además de que es bastante raro, como lo son la mayoría de los mapas españoles de este periodo. El autor de este mapa, el geógrafo real Tomás López de Vargas Machuca se basó, entre otros, en el trabajo realizado por el clérigo novohispano Manuel Ignacio Carranza. El obispo Pedro Anselmo Sánchez de Tagle le encomendó llevar a cabo un mapa del obispado de Michoacán, con el propósito de dar cumplimiento a lo dispuesto en la Cédula Real del 9 de abril de 1759 mediante la cual se requería que cada obispado y arzobispado de la Nueva España efectuara un informe acompañado por una carta geográfica en la que se indicaran sus principales poblaciones y sus límites territoriales. Es interesante cómo Sánchez de Tagle, al dar respuesta a dicho mandato, puntualizó la falta de personal especializado que pudiera atender esta demanda y la consecuente necesidad de recurrir a geógrafos improvisados. Carranza resultaba ser el único geógrafo en esas tierras que podía asumir tal labor e hizo constar en el informe que redactó que había obtenido los datos necesarios de otros mapas más antiguos que estaban en poder de las autoridades diocesanas. Por su parte, Sánchez de Tagle detalló los trámites y contratiempos que tuvieron que enfrentar, pues los mapas que dificultosamente encontraron en la diócesis eran inexactos, lo que los obligó a recabar la información faltante en otras fuentes. José Antonio de Alzate, originario del Estado de México, fue un hombre que abrazó la carrera religiosa y mostró un ávido interés por las ciencias naturales, la física, las matemáticas, la astronomía y la geografía. Publicó numerosos trabajos en los diarios y revistas de su época y por sus aportaciones fue designado socio de la Academia de Ciencias de París. De su labor cartográfica destacan sus siguientes trabajos: Nuevo mapa geográfico de la América Septentrional (1767); Atlas eclesiástico del arzobispado de México (1767); un plano de la Ciudad de México (1768); Plano geográfico de la mayor parte de la América Septentrional (1775); y el mapa del Valle de México (1786). Uno de los grandes aportes de este personaje consistió en la publicación en 1772 del primer documento de geografía teórica moderno, titulado Estado de la geografía de la Nueva España y modo de perfeccionarla, el cual fue publicado en el periódico semanario del propio Alzate "Asuntos Varios Sobre Ciencias y Artes No. 7". La elaboración de este escrito respondió a las necesidades políticas que las Reformas Borbónicas buscaban satisfacer para la eficiente administración del reino español, tanto en la península como en las colonias de ultramar. En este sentido Alzate se erigió como un hombre de su tiempo en el campo de la geografía al publicar una reflexión sobre la labor de este cam

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         Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson

      London: Printed by Wilks and Taylor … for R. Phillips, 1801. First edition. Engraved frontispiece portrait in vol. I. 4 vols. 12mo. Contemporary half calf and marbled boards, spines gilt. Bookplate of C. Leslie & Viola Allen and one other unidentified. First edition. Engraved frontispiece portrait in vol. I. 4 vols. 12mo. With a contribution by Coleridge, "A Strange Minstrel," in vol. IV, pp. 141-4, which is followed by Robinson's reply.

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         An Account of Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798. In 2 volumes

      London: T. Cadell, 1801 & 1804, 1st edition - In 2 volumes. 4to. Barrow accompanied an expedition from Cape Town to Graaff-Reinet, and another to Namaqualand, and he gives an excellent description of the country traversed, particularly with regard to the botany and zoology of these regions [Mendelssohn, pp. 87-88; Abbey, 320]. All folding maps present. Chart of the Colony of Good Hope damp stained with minor tracing to the map itself. Foxing to prelims of Volume 1. First title page of volume 1 is lacking a 1" to 3" piece across the top not affecting the title. Otherwise a very good set in a modern (though not new) half-leather binding. Two large volumes will incur additional international postage. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Neueste Post Karte von Deutschland und dessen angrenzenden Laender 1801 - Augsburg Zu finden bey Ioh. Walch':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johann Walch in Augsburg, dat. 1801, 56 x 63 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 343 (Johann Walch, 1757-1824. Cartographer and map publisher of Augsburg, son-in-law of Johann Martin Will whom he succeeded in 1806. .); Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck u. Verlagswesen, S. 1303 (Johann Walch). - Seltene Postkarte von Deutschland mit den angrenzenden Ländern. - Oben links Titel. - Unten links Erklärungen.

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         Voyage dans l'Inde et au Bengale, fait dans les années 1789 et 1790 (2 Tomes - Complet) [ Edition originale ] Contenant la description des îles Séchelles et de Trinquemalay, des détails sur le caractère et les arts industrieux des peuples de l'Inde, la description de quelques pratiques religieuses des habitans du Bengale. Suivi d'un Voyage fait dans la mer Rouge, contenant la description de Moka, et du commerce des Arabes de l'Yméne ; des détails sur leur caractère et leurs moeurs, etc. etc.

      Par L. Degrandpré, Officier de la Marine Française, orné de belles gravures et du plan de la Citadelle de Calcuta, 2 vol. in-8 cartonnage vert de l'époque, Dentu, Paris, An IX, 1801, 2 ff., 288 pp. ; 2 ff., 318 pp. et 1 f. n. ch. avec 7 planches dépliantes Bon état pour cet exemplaire dans son cartonnage d'origine, bien complet des 7 belles planches dépliantes (très petit mq. superficiel à un dos). Chadenat, 555 ; Gay, 3317 bis. Grandpré began his voyage in the French-controlled Île de France (Isle of France), as Mauritius was called, passed by the Maldives, and visited the Seychelles, India, Cochin China (Vietnam), Yemen, and Ceylon (Sri Lanka), where he toured the fortress of Trincomale on the eastern coast of the island. Grandpré was very much concerned with the relative influence of the different European powers in the places he visited, especially India. His work includes a detailed analysis of the position of the French at Pondicherry (Puducherry), the main center of French influence in India. Français

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         Opere pubblicate ed illustrate da Francesco Reina

      Genio Tipografico, Milano 1801-1804 - 6 volumi in 3 tomi, pp LXVIII, 240; VII, 262;VI,320; 4cc. nn., 246, 1c.nn; 2cc.nn, 252; 3cc.nn,251,4cc.nn; ritratto inciso in rame da Rosaspina all’antiporta del primo volume, legatura m.pelle coeva con titoli su tassello e filetti in oro al dorso, prima raccolta completa delle opere del Parini curata da F.Reina suo discepolo e biografo, alcune parti de il Giorno, il Vespro e la Notte sono pubblicate per la prima volta. 6 volumes in 3 parts, pp LXVIII, 240; VII, 262, VI, 320; 4cc. n.n, 246, 1 cc.n.n; 2 cc.n.n, 252; 3 cc.n.n, 251, 4 cc.n.n; copper engraved portrait by Rosaspina on the frontispiece of the first volume, contemporary half leather binding with titles on the piece and gilt fillets on the back, first complete collection of Parini's works by F. Reina his disciple and biographer, some parts of the Day, Vespers and the Night are published for the first time. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         per la celebrazione della Pace e per la collocazione della prima pietra del FORO BONAPARTE, 30 aprile 1801.

      S.n.t. (Milano, 1801), - 4 opuscoli in-4, broch. (I: Articolo estratto dalla Descrizione generale della festa., pp. VI, 2 bb.- II: Il Trionfo della Pace. Cantata di A. Fugazza posta in musica da Fr. Pollini da eseguirsi nel Teatro della Scala in occasione della festa del 10 fiorile anno X., pp. 4.- III: Inno patriottico di A. Petracchi posto in musica dal cittadino Minoja., pp. 4.- IV: Coro di A. Petracchi posto in musica dal cittadino Baillou., pp. 2). Rarissimi fogli volanti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         SVENSKA AKADEMIENS HANDLINGAR IFRÅN ÅR 1786. 1-5 + SVENSKA AKADEMIENS HANDLINGAR IFRÅN ÅR 1796. 1-61 (del 62 saknas). Totalt 66 volymer.

      Inbunden bok. Stockholm 1801-1885. Uniforma halvfranska band från 1800-talets andra hälft. Några band nötta. Inlagor ställvis lagringsfläckade. Proveniens: Flera volymer med Johan Liljencrantz' (den yngre, 1835-1870) exlibris.

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         Handbuch der Chemischen Analyse von Mineralkörpern.

      Freiberg, Craz, 1801 - VIII, 362 S., 1 Bl. (Berichtigungen). 1 gefalt. Kupfertafel. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - NDB XIII, 456: "Wilhelm August Lampadius (1772 - 1842) . begründete die moderne mitteleuropäische Metallurgie und Hüttenkunde, indem er seit 1795 das Lehrfach Chemie von veralteten wissenschaftlichen Vorstellungen befreite, es in analytische, elektrochemische und technische Vorlesungen aufgliederte und, nach Erbauung des ersten chemisch-metallurgischen Laboratoriums der Bergakademie (1796/97), analytisch-chemische Kurse einführte." - "Rare. Gives details of the equipment necessary for the analysis of minerals, as well as instructions for their use. It also describes various analytical methods, giving a list of reagents. The analysis of individual minerals is then described. Lampadius` methods are generally as good as Klaproth`s, and there are portions of the book that foreshadow textbooks of a later period. For example, it contains a detailed list of equipment and apparatus required for analysis, as well as instructions for their use. In the introduction a long passage describes the preparation of the necessary reagents, and methods for testing their purity. Szabadváry (1966) says these `descriptions are the earliest record of standard methods used for testing the purity of analytical grade reagents and in many cases are very similar to present day methods`" (Minrec). - Unbeschnitten. Fleckig und gebräunt. Teils wasserrandig. Vorderer Buchinnendeckel mit hs. Namen. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Mod. Pp. mit Buntpapierbezügen. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Asia". Old coloured copper engraved map.

      London, G. Allen for A. Arrowsmith, 1801. - Ca 145:123 cm. In 36 segments on canvas, folded. Earliest edition of this wall map. "This highly detailed wall map of Asia is probably one of the most accurate maps of the continent before the completion of the Ordnance Survey maps of 1820". It is dedicated to J. Rennell, on whose map of India the corresponding part of this map is based. - Slightly soiled and browned, but well preserved. Cf. Sweet 238 (later edition from 1811 only).

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         Antique Print-DRAWING ROOM-FELIX MERITIS-Kuyper & Barbiers-Vrijdag-Vinkeles-1801

      - Antique print, titled: 'Teken zaal [.].' - View of the drawing room at Felix Meritis, Amsterdam. Etching on laid paper. Description: Interesting view of the drawing classroom in Felix. Ref: FMH 5124.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Daniel Vrijdag & Reinier Vinkeles' after 'Jaques Kuyper & Pieter Barbiers'. Reinier Vinkeles (Amsterdam; 1741-1816), was an 18th-century painter and engraver from the Northern Netherlands, who was the later teacher of several talented artists. He studied for some ten years with Jan Punt and joined the Amsterdam Stadstekenacademie Jaques Kuyper (1761-1808) was a pupil of Andriessen and Izaak Schmidt. He worked as a history painter. Pieter Barbiers (1748-1842) worked in Amsterdam. He was part of the artist family Barbiers. Condition: Good, given age. No margins. Some creases and soiling in the margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPC-P5-14 The overall size is ca. 21.9 x 17.4 inch. The image size is ca. 21.9 x 17.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 55.5 x 44.3 cm. The image size is ca. 55.5 x 44.3 cm.

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         Charte von Ostindien diesseits und jenseits des Ganges nach den neuesten astronom. Beobachtungen auch andern sichern hülfsmitteln neu entworfen und nach der lezten zertheilung des Mysonischen Reichs (.).

      Weimar im verlage des Industrie Comptoir. 1801. - 2 maps. Plate marks 49,5 x 45,5 cm. The whole sheets 52,5 x 52,5 cm and 59,5 x 52,5 cm. Hand colored in outline. Engravings. Probably the first edition, no revisions mentioned on the maps. Two beautiful maps covering India and South East Asia including parts of China. The sheets are meant to be assembled to form one large map. These 1801 maps were published by the" Industrie Comptoir" a forerunner to the great 19th century atlas publisher "Weimar Geographisches Institut". The" Industrie Comptoir" published loose maps as illustrations to the "Vollständiges Handbuch der neusten Erdbeschreibung". This endeavour developed into a decision to publish a Handatlas in 1804 and the forming of the "Weimar Geographisches Institut" in conjunction with that, using the maps already published for the hand book. The toned paper (as issued) and the subdued colouring gives tha maps an almost mythical dimension. When looking at them it is easy to become engulfed in visions of romantic mysteries of the east. The title mentions the Myonischen Reich, a nation in India which rose against the english in the late 18th century supported by the french. Johann Matthias Christoph Reinecke (1770- 1818) produced 16 maps for the "Industrie Comptoir" between 1798 and 1802, when he left and resumed his profession as teacher. A scarce map. (Read more: Espenhorst, Petermann s Planet Vol I. 2003.) A few discreet brown stains and some creases. A couple of small worm holes. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Tales of Wonder.

      London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the Author; and sold by J. Bell,, 1801. 2 volumes, tall octavo (250 x 153 mm). Contemporary streaked calf, spines gilt-tooled in compartments, two black morocco title labels to each, elaborately gilt-tooled and rolled borders to sides, gilt "D" crest with winged crown to centre of boards, gilt-rolled turn-ins, marbled endpapers and edges. Some tenderness to joints with a crack to front joint of vol. 2, a few other marks and scuffs, but internally fresh and generally an excellent copy. First edition, this copy in a handsome contemporary binding and somewhat later gifted by Lord Chandos Leigh (1791-1850, poet and school-friend of Lord Byron) to his nephew Frederick Leigh Colvile (1819-1886, himself an author, antiquary, and Warwickshire vicar). The book has the recipient's bookplate and is inscribed, "from my uncle Chandos Leigh". This is a pleasing early association for this collection of poems by Gothic-horror celebrity Matthew "Monk" Lewis. "Because of the ample large paper format and high publication price [one guinea], this two-volume octavo edition was soon derided as 'Tales of Plunder'" (Todd & Bowden), although ODNB (see below) attributes this appellation to the fact that two-thirds of the ballad material included had been published in previous compilations. "In 1798 Lewis met William Erskine, friend of Walter Scott, who showed him some of the latter's translations and imitations of German ballads. Lewis's admiration for his writing represented an important opportunity for the as yet unknown Scott, whose subsequent poetry was greatly influenced by Lewis. In 1798 Lewis announced to Scott his plan to publish a collection of 'Tales of Terror', adding that 'a Ghost or a Witch is a sine-qua-non ingredient in all the dishes, of which I mean to compose my hobgoblin repast' (Peck, 118). This reveals Lewis's interest in fashionable Gothic horror rather than any scholarly concern for folkloric authenticity, a predilection which is evident in his subsequent publication. The collection appeared in late 1800 or early 1801 as Tales of Wonder, and, in addition to traditional material and nine original poems by Lewis (the best being 'Alonzo the Brave and Fair Imogine'), included five ballads by Scott, eight by Robert Southey, and one by John Leyden. Lewis's original poems display a remarkable variety of metrical feet, stanzaic form, and rhyme scheme, confirming Walter Scott's comment that Lewis 'had the finest ear for the rhythm of verse I have ever heard—finer than Byron's' (ibid., 123). Eight were Lewis's translations from the German, including five from Herder's Volkslieder, the main faults of which are overadornment and sentimentality. Of the sixty pieces included, about two-thirds had been published before in collections by Thomas Percy, David Herd, and other eighteenth-century compilers, a fact which contributed to the book's poor public reception and its popular appellation 'Tales of Plunder'. Of the many parodies elicited by Tales of Wonder, the most celebrated is the anonymous Tales of Terror (1801) on account of the fact that it was sold by Lewis's own publisher Bell, who issued it and the Tales of Wonder in uniform size and advertised the two works as companion volumes. The attribution of Tales of Terror to Lewis by his biographer of 1839 deepened the bibliographical confusion, and the work was thereafter taken to be Lewis's own, an attribution symptomatic of the fine line separating horror and parody in Lewis's opus" (ODNB).

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         Messe à 4 voix avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, 2 hautbois.

      Breitkopft et Härtel à Leipsic 1801 - Joseph Haydn Messe à 4 voix avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, 2 hautbois. N°1 Partition Au magasin de Musique de Breitkopft et Härtel à Leipsic Edition originale, parue en 1801 108 pages de musique gravée. Bon exemplaire à toutes marges (28,5 x 37 cm) Reliure bradel percaline postérieure Rousseurs passim, surtout en début d'ouvrage (comme presque toujours dans cette édition). Titre un peu souillé. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Addresses to the Deity. The third edition.

      London:: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, by G.R. Clarke, 1801., 1801. Small 8vo. xx, [ii], 232 pp. Original full dark navy blue straight-grained morocco, gilt Greek-key tooling surround, five raised bands, elaborate gilt compartments, all edges gilt. Very good +. With a fine fore-edge painting under the gilt showing "Christchurch in Hampshire (here James Fordyce lived)." With an early typed note relating to the painting. The artist possibly copied the engraving "Christchurch, Hampshire" from the print by E. Finden after a picture by W. Westall, published in Great Britain Illustrated, 1830. This view shows the single row boat in the foreground similar to the image with this fore-edge painting. Artist unknown; painted ca. 1900-1955. This scene is delicately and skillfully painted. "Fordyce's delivery and gestures were studied, and he drew crowds to Monkwell Street. His topics were didactic, but he also satisfied cultured tastes, and dealt with the ethics of actual life. David Garrick was impressed; Fordyce associated with Samuel Johnson, and introduced him to Blair. He gave sympathetic account in Addresses to the Deity, 1785, of Johnson's religious character, speaking as an evangelical moderate." [DNB].

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         TRAITE THEORIQUE ET PRATIQUE SUR LA CULTURE DE LA VIGNE, AVEC L'ART DE FAIRE LE VIN, LES EAUX-DE-VIE, ESPRIT-DE-VIN, VINAIGRES SIMPLES ET COMPOSES; ouvrage dans lequel se trouvent les meilleures méthodes pour faire, gouverner et perfectionner les vins et eaux-de-vie ; avec XXI planches représentant les diverses espèces de vignes ; les machines et instruments servant à la fabrication des vins et eaux-de-vie.

      chez Delalain, 1801. 2 voll. in-8°, pp. XVI,408; IX,(3),584, 21 tavv. incise in rame f.t. raffiguranti vari tipi di uve e attrezzature, 2 tabelle rip. Legature coeve in mezza pelle, titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso. Importante lavoro che contiene i fondamentali della viticoltura e dell'enologia moderna. Jean Baptiste François Rozier e Louis d'Ussieux sono autori della parte rigurdante la viticoltura, mentre Jean Antoine Claude Chaptal contribuisce al trattato con il primo dei suoi trattati sul vino; la parte sulla distillazione è opera ancora di Rozier, mentre Antoine Augustin Parmentier discorre degli aceti. Vicaire 164. Simon, Bibl. Vinaria, 18.

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         Philosophisch-Medicinische Abhandlung über Geistesverirrungen oder Manie. Aus dem Französischen übers. und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Mich(ael) Wagner.

      Wien, Schaumburg, 1801 - L, 458 S., 1 Bl. (Druckfehler). 2 Kupfertafeln und 1 typogr. Tabelle. Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses Klassikers der Psychiatrie, im selben Jahr wie die französische Originalausgabe "Traité médico-philosophique sur l`aliénation mentale, ou la manie" erschienen. - ". presented the textual foundation of psychiatry, stands as the first great publication of the nineteenth century in clinical medicine" (Norman Nr. 54 zur französischen EA). - Philippe Pinel gilt als der Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Psychiatrie und begründete die französische Psychiatrietradition im Sinne eines `traitement moral` und er war es, der die Patienten aus den Ketten befreite. - "Pinel was among the first to treat insane humanely; he dispended with chains and placed his patients under the care of specailly selected physicans. Garrison considered the above book one of the foremost medical classics, giving as it did a great impetus to humanitarian treatment of insane" (Garrison/M. 4922 zur französischen EA). - Durchgehend gebräunt und teils leicht fleckig. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. HLdr. der Zeit mit modernem Rückenschild (etw. bestoßen und berieben). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Tales of Wonder.

      London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the Author; and sold by J. Bell, 1801 - 2 volumes, tall octavo (250 x 153 mm). Contemporary streaked calf, spines gilt-tooled in compartments, two black morocco title labels to each, elaborately gilt-tooled and rolled borders to sides, gilt "D" crest with winged crown to centre of boards, gilt-rolled turn-ins, marbled endpapers and edges. Some tenderness to joints with a crack to front joint of vol. 2, a few other marks and scuffs, but internally fresh and generally an excellent copy. First edition, this copy in a handsome contemporary binding and somewhat later gifted by Lord Chandos Leigh (1791-1850, poet and school-friend of Lord Byron) to his nephew Frederick Leigh Colvile (1819-1886, himself an author, antiquary, and Warwickshire vicar). The book has the recipient's bookplate and is inscribed, "from my uncle Chandos Leigh". This is a pleasing early association for this collection of poems by Gothic-horror celebrity Matthew "Monk" Lewis. "Because of the ample large paper format and high publication price [one guinea], this two-volume octavo edition was soon derided as 'Tales of Plunder'" (Todd & Bowden), although ODNB (see below) attributes this appellation to the fact that two-thirds of the ballad material included had been published in previous compilations. "In 1798 Lewis met William Erskine, friend of Walter Scott, who showed him some of the latter's translations and imitations of German ballads. Lewis's admiration for his writing represented an important opportunity for the as yet unknown Scott, whose subsequent poetry was greatly influenced by Lewis. In 1798 Lewis announced to Scott his plan to publish a collection of 'Tales of Terror', adding that 'a Ghost or a Witch is a sine-qua-non ingredient in all the dishes, of which I mean to compose my hobgoblin repast' (Peck, 118). This reveals Lewis's interest in fashionable Gothic horror rather than any scholarly concern for folkloric authenticity, a predilection which is evident in his subsequent publication. The collection appeared in late 1800 or early 1801 as Tales of Wonder, and, in addition to traditional material and nine original poems by Lewis (the best being 'Alonzo the Brave and Fair Imogine'), included five ballads by Scott, eight by Robert Southey, and one by John Leyden. Lewis's original poems display a remarkable variety of metrical feet, stanzaic form, and rhyme scheme, confirming Walter Scott's comment that Lewis 'had the finest ear for the rhythm of verse I have ever heard—finer than Byron's' (ibid., 123). Eight were Lewis's translations from the German, including five from Herder's Volkslieder, the main faults of which are overadornment and sentimentality. Of the sixty pieces included, about two-thirds had been published before in collections by Thomas Percy, David Herd, and other eighteenth-century compilers, a fact which contributed to the book's poor public reception and its popular appellation 'Tales of Plunder'. Of the many parodies elicited by Tales of Wonder, the most celebrated is the anonymous Tales of Terror (1801) on account of the fact that it was sold by Lewis's own publisher Bell, who issued it and the Tales of Wonder in uniform size and advertised the two works as companion volumes. The attribution of Tales of Terror to Lewis by his biographer of 1839 deepened the bibliographical confusion, and the work was thereafter taken to be Lewis's own, an attribution symptomatic of the fine line separating horror and parody in Lewis's opus" (ODNB). CBEL 3 743; Todd & Bowden, Walter Scott, 7Aa. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tableau historique et statistique de l'empire de Russie à fin du dix-huitième siècle. Edition française.

      Basle, J. Decker, and Paris, C. Pougens, 1801. Two volumes in two. 8vo (19.6 x12.3 cm). 1,004 pp. [xxii, 407, 80; 423, 72], two large, partly coloured folded maps (the largest with printed dimensions 67 x 36.5 cm), three folded tables. Uniform contemporary tree-calf. Spines rich gilt with gilt title on blue morocco label. Marbled endpapers. Edges yellow, speckled with red. = Contains much information on the economy and demography of late 18th century Russia. One map shows Russia west of the Ural, the other the whole country, including Siberia, in 1800. This map is reminiscent of that in the work of Pallas. Copies complete with both maps are very rare. A 'mappe monde', recorded by a French antiquarian most probably does not belong to this work on Russia - there are no text references to such a map. A German edition was published simultanously but is very rare too, being without recent auction records. Provenance: his royal highness Herzog Carl Theodor von Bayern, who, apparently, prefered this edition over the German one. Slight rubbing to the boards, short tear in the inner margin of the folded maps, otherwise a very good clean set. Rare. Not in Brunet.

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