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        CHINA] Morokoshi Meisho Zue [i.e. Description of Famous Places In China]

      Osaka 1806 - Osaka: Kawachiya Kichibei et al., Bunka 3 [1806]. 6 vols. 26x18 cm. With ca. 250 woodcut views and maps, of which approx. 170 are double-page. Original publisher's orange wrappers each with printed paper title labels and housed in a later cloth slip case. Wrappers with some mild signs of wear, text with a couple of spots of very minor worming but overall in very good original condition with strong impressions of the woodcuts. First edition. Rare important xylographically printed work which is extensively illustrated with about 250 woodcut views and maps, of which about 170 are double-page. The work contains double page maps of China and Korea including the provinces of the Qing Empire and a map of Peking. The woodcut illustrations include ones of famous landmarks such as the Forbidden City, the astronomical observatory of Peking (established by the Jesuits Johann Adam Schall and Ferdinand Verbiest), the Great Wall, topographical views including cities, towns and landscapes, palaces and members of the royal family, temples with religious ceremonies, Chinese costumes and customs, markets with merchants, military scenes and weapons, scientific and musical instruments etc. The text describes the sights and scenes shown by the woodcuts and the history, arts and literature of China. Kerlen, Catalogue of the Pre-Meiji Japanese Books and Maps, 1077. ''This work contains many city plans and maps of China provinces. The illustrations? depict mostly topographical views: natural, archaeological or sacred sites? and palaces, or historical and legendary scenes based on classical literature'' (Western Travellers in China 54). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and Her Dog.

      London: J. Harris, 1806. 32mo. (16)ff. First edition, Moon's fourth state with 1806 date on front wrapper, but with SMC initials on the earliest-state engraved dedication page. Illustrated with fifteen hand-colored copperplate engravings. According to Moon, this is the most significant children's book published by Harris, and surely one of the most famous children's rhymes of all time. Sarah Catherine Martin assembled the material, though its origins remain hazy. The name Mother Hubbard had been in use since 1591, and it has been argued that the first stanza, due to its different meter, is older than the others. Whatever its previous history, Martin's version has become the standard. Morgan says of this book: "It became an immediate best-seller in an era when most children's books were still in the somber clutch of the moral tale." Part of its popularity arose because some believed it to be a political commentary. So many copies sold in the first year that the engraving plates had to be touched up. The book went through numerous reprintings and even today remains popular. In publisher's printed wrappers, which show some soiling to exterior and one-inch split at tail of spine, with handwriting of former owner on upper wrapper. An unsophisticated copy of a chapbook with uncommonly strong plates, bright coloring, and exceptional literary significance. (Gumuchian 4327; Moon 559(1B); 561(2); Morgan 155).

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        Simple tales

      London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1806. In four volumes. Contemporary navy half-calf, marbled boards, contrasting red morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbing to spines and corners. Horizontal tear to text of G2, Vol. I - without loss of sense, marginal loss to lower corner of O2, Vol. II, else internally clean and crisp. The first edition of the first collection of narrative pieces by novelist and poet Amelia Opie (1769-1853). The tales, which vary in length from several pages to full volumes, embrace a broad spectrum of plots and modes, from the comic to the tragic, from the sentimental to the Gothic, and secured Opie both critical and popular approval. . First edition. 12mo.

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        Il mappamondo di Fra Mauro camaldolese.

      Venezia, 1806, in-folio, brossura, copertina in cartoncino coevo muto, titolo manoscritto al dorso (con strappi e mancanze riparati) pp. 164, grande incisione circolare al frontespizio con ritratto a mezzo busto di Fra Mauro, una tavola a piena pagina incisa in rame ÒSaggio di caratteri e disegni del Mappamondo di Fra MauroÓ e una grande tavola ripiegata (cm. 42 x 46) ÒAbbozzo del Mappamondo di fra MauroÓ. Buona copia molto marginosa. Il mappamondo di Fra Mauro  un planisfero databile attorno al 1450 dove  rappresentato l'Ecumene, cio l'intero mondo con le tutte terre conosciute all'epoca. L'insieme costituisce una summa straordinaria del sapere geografico dell'epoca, assai importante non solo per alcuni contenuti assai innovativi (come ad esempio quelli relativi alla geografia africana), ma anche per le particolari caratteristiche di quest'opera, che per molti aspetti rappresenta un punto di raccordo - e al tempo stesso di separazione - fra la cultura medievale e quella rinascimentale.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. G.A. Tischbein n. C. A. Heinchen, "Karte des Gebietes der freien Hanse Stadt Bremen .".

      - um 1806, 49,5 x 70 Seltene Umgebungskarte von Bremen. Unten links der Titel, unten rechts Erklärungen und eine Windrose. Gebiet Vegesack, Borgfeld, Arsten, Kirch-Hasbergen. Sehr genaue Karte mit Einzeichnung der Straßen, Weiden und Felder, Bauernhöfe und Mühlen.

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        The Costume Of China, illustrated By Sixty Engravings With Explanations In English And French

      London: W. Miller, 1806. leather_bound. Contemporary brown Russia gilt rebacked with most of the original backstrip laid-down. Aeg. Very good. Folio, 8 page preface, and Table of Contents. 35 x 26 cm. Sixty hand-colored stipple-engravings (text watermark 1801 and plates 1804) engraved by Dadley after Pu-Qua each with accompanying text leaf. This work has text in English and French throughout. Perhaps the most famous book on Chinese costume; plates sharp and bright. ABBEY TRAVEL 533 [1804 edition]. COLAS 2004. TOOLEY 320. Rectangular three centimeter gilt paneled covers, brown endpapers, inner dentelles, toning to front free endpaper, bookplate of Auchincruve (House) and small signature of Alex Oswald head of Table of Contents.

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        2 ALS to ?My Dear Sir?

      1806 - Manuscript in ink. 4pp. 4to. & 2pp. 8vo. London, December 16th, 1803 and May 12, The first of these two letters contains Wilberforce's opinion on an act regarding finance. However, it also includes a lengthy postscript: ?Some of the West Indians are beginning to profess themselves friendly to at least a qualified abolition of the slave trade . I dare not repose much confidence in them. We are indebted chiefly I believe for their fears of being beat and of the marked by the Planters of the conquered Dutch Settlements - you had better keep all this to yourself lest an opposition should be stirr'd up among those who are interested in the African trade, which might crush these first shootings in the Bud.? The second is essentially an apology for his ?neglect of his correspondents? Both were written in the most important period of Wilberforce's life in the lead up to the abolition of slavery act passed in 1807.

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        ZARGUEIDA, DESCOBRIMENTO DA ILHA DA MADEIRA

      - POEMA HEROICO, DEDICADO AO ILLUSTRISSIMO, E EXCELENTISSIMO SENHOR CONDE DE VILLA VERDE, Grão Cruz da Ordem de S. Tiago, Cavalleiro da Ordem do Tozão de Ouro, do Conselho de Estado do PRINCIPE REGENTE N. S. Ministro assistente do Despacho do Gabinete de S. A. R., seu Gentil Homem de Camara, Presidente da Real Junta do Commercio, &c., &c., &c. POR SEU AUTHOR (Florão) LISBOA. M. DCCCVI. [1806] (--) NA OF. DE SIMÃO THADDEO FERREIRA. (---) Com licença da Meza do Desembrago do Paço. In 8º De 15x10 cm. Com [ii] br., xii, [iv], 254, [ii] br. págs. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com ferros a ouro e rótulo vermelho na lombada, um pouco cansada. Exemplar com pequenos defeitos (queimaduras) marginais nas páginas 9 a 18, sem afectar a mancha gráfica. As páginas preliminares contêm dedicatória em tercetos ao Conde de Vila Verde, prólogo do autor e dois sonetos que enquadram o poema no ambiente literário da época: o autor, num soneto, pede a Bocage a apreciação da obra e a correcção dos seus erros, obtendo como resposta um soneto de Bocage louvando a suas qualidades e comparando-o a Camões e a Homero. Primeira e única edição deste famoso texto poético (considerado, por alguns críticos, a mais importante obra literária madeirense) composto por dez cantos, de versos decassílabos, em oitava rima, antecedidos de argumentos em verso. O autor (Funchal 20 de Novembro de 1768 – Praia, Cabo Verde 1824) informa, no prólogo, que escreveu esta obra a pedido de D. João Manuel da Câmara, Governador e Capitão General da Ilha da Madeira, descendente do descobridor. Informa também que, como homenagem, inclui no seu poema versos de Camões, Gabriel Pereira de Castro, Dinis da Cruz e Silva e Bocage. A obra descreve a descoberta da Madeira, por D. João Gonçalves Zarco, e contêm um episódio descrevendo os célebres amores lendários de Ana de Harfet e Roberto Machim, narrados por muitos outros escritores como D. Francisco Manuel de Melo. A sua publicação foi propagandeada na época por um dos mais antigos cartazes publicitários que se conserva na BNP. Inocêncio III, 25: "Francisco de Paula Madina e Vasconcellos, natural da ilha da Madeira, e nascido ao que parece entre os annos de 1766 e 1770. Aos vinte de edade veiu para Portugal, com o intento de seguir não sei qual das faculdades em Coimbra: matriculou-se com effeito na Universidade, porém ao fim de dous annos foi preso, por accusações que lhe fizeram de crimes (diz elle) nem pensados! Depois de anno e meio o soltaram, impondo lhe a comminação de saír de Coimbra, e não mais voltar á Universidade. Regressou então para a sua patria, onde já estava em 1793; porém passados annos veiu novamente a Portugal, d"onde voltou outra vez, fazendo ainda depois novas viagens. Tinha sido provido em um officio de Tabellião publico de notas na cidade do Funchal, e ahi vivia casado, e com filhos, quando em 1823 foi preso e processado pela alçada enviada á ilha da Madeira, para conhecer das pessoas, que se haviam distinguido como partidarias do governo constitucional. Alguns soffreram diversas penas, e a Medina coube a de degredo para Cabo-Verde por oito annos (segundo me recordo de ter lido na sentença impressa). Partiu para o seu destino, mas chegando á ilha de S. Tiago, n"ella faleceu pouco depois em 1824. A sr.ª D. Antonia Pussich, que ali residia então com o seu pae, Governador e Capitão general d"aquellas ilhas, dedicou á memoria do infeliz desterrado o seguinte epitaphio, do qual provavelmente se não fez uso, mas que eu vi em um caderno de poesias autographas d"esta senhora, que um meu amigo possue: «Medina, cuja voz alta e sonora / D"heróes cantou os feitos sublimados, / Cumprindo as leis dos carrancudos fados / N"esta campa infeliz se esconde agora.» Este poeta gosou em vida de bastante celebridade; hoje está o seu nome quasi de todo esquecido, talvez com pouca razão; porque nas muitas composições que nos deixou impressas ha ainda que aproveitar, na opinião de bons entendedores. Como poeta lyrico pertenceu á eschol [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau, "Stadt Carlsruh".

      - teilkol. Kupferstich aus der Zittauer monatliche Neuigkeitsträger, 1806, 15 x 23 Extrem seltenes Blatt. - Nicht bei Schefold. - Die Dächer der Häuser sind Rot koloriert.

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        Strom=Atlas von Baiern.

      Mchn., Lentner, 1806 (-1808). 1. bis 3. Lieferung. Tafelband. 55 x 40,5 cm. Gestoch. Titel, gestoch. Widmung, 23 Kupferstichtafeln und 2 Aquatintatafeln (alles doppelblattgroß). HLdr. d. Zt. (die Original-Umschläge mit eingebunden). Lentner 4128 (unvollständig); \"Selten\". Engelmann 324; Cartographia Bavariae 6.5 und 15.2: \"Ein Meisterwerk\". ADB Bd. XXVIII, S. 536: Sein [Riedls] originellstes Werk\". Nicht bei Pfister. - Erste Ausgabe. - Der Atlasband enthält die ersten drei Lieferungen. Die Tafeln zeigen den Lauf der Isar (2), Donau (6), Loisach (2), Amper (1) und Inn (1), dann folgen die großen Seen (Ammersee, Chiemsee, Walchensee mit Kochelsee, Tegernsee mit Schliersee und Starnberger See, insgesamt 5 Tafeln) und die hydrographischen Karten 2-4 (das erste Blatt fehlt, da es der 4. nicht mehr erschienenen Lieferung beiliegen sollte). Ferner enthalten sind eine Ansicht der Isar-Brücke in München und 2 Entwürfe für sogenannte \"Sprengbrücken\". - Die beiden prächtigen Aquatinta-Tafeln zeigen die Gedenktafel und das Löwenmonument zwischen Bad Abbach und Kelheim, sie sind bereits 1803 entstanden, aber erst 1806 mit dem Strom-Atlas herausgegeben worden. - Die von Johan Carl Schleich (1759-1842) gestochenen Karten sind von größter Akkuratesse und genügen gleichzeitig höchsten ästhetischen Ansprüchen. - Einband etwas bestoßen, der Rücken stellenweise lädiert. Teils leicht wasserrandig, sonst sehr gut erhalten und äußerst breitrandig. Beigebunden die Inhaltsverzeichnisse der drei Lieferungen. - Von den geplanten fünf Lieferungen erschienen nur drei. Der Atlasband so wie er hier vorliegt komplett und sehr selten! Die \"Hydrographische Karte von Baiern\", die 1807 auch als separate Veröffentlichung in 4 Blättern erschien, ist die erste genaue Darstellung des Gewässernetzes Bayerns. Sie ist seit Apian die erste auf genaueren Vermessungen beruhende, gedruckte und damit der Öffentlichkeit zugängliche Karte von Bayern. Riedl hat mit seiner Karte über ihren eigentlichen Zweck hinaus - wahrscheinlich unbewußt - für eine längeren Zeitraum eine wichtige Basiskarte für Folgeprodukte zur Verfügung gestellt (vgl. \"Vierhundert Jahre Mercator. Vierhundert Jahre Atlas\", Finsterwalder S. 105ff und K 9.2). First edition. - Only slightly waterstained here and there, otherwise very well preserved, extremely wide-margined and with the tables of contents of the three parts mounted on pink paper. - Contemporary half calf (spine here and there defective) with bound-in original wrappers. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Atlanten

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        Strom-Atlas von Baiern. Donau Strom, Inn, Isar, Lech Loisach, Ammer Fluss, Hydrographische Karte in 4 Blättern. - Tafelband.

      München, Lentner 1806 - (1808).. Mit doppelblattgr. gest. Titel, doppelblattgr. gest. Widmungsblatt und 23 doppelblattgr. (4 gefalt.) gest. Karten, 2 doppelblattgr. Aquatinten, sowie 9 weitere gest. Karten. HLdr. d. Zt. 52 x 38 cm. Lentner 4128 (unvollständig): "Selten."; Engelmann 324; Cartographiae Bavariae 6.5 und 15.2: "Ein Meisterwerk."; ADB XXVIII, 536: "Sein originellstes Werk." - Nicht bei Pfister. - Die von C. Schleich gestochenen Karten sind von größter Akkuratesse und genügen gleichzeitig höchsten ästhetischen Ansprüchen. - Dargestellt sind der Lauf von Donau (6), Isar (2), Loisach (2), Amper (1) und Inn (1), dann die großen Seen (Ammer-, Chiem-, Walchen-, Kochel-, Tegern-, Würm- und Schliersee.); ferner sind enthalten 4 hydrographische Karten. Die beiden schönen Aquatinten zeigen zwei Monumente an der Donau. Zum Schluss 3 Tafeln zu Isar-Brücken. - Mit eingebunden sind die postum von J. G. Löffler herausgegeben neun Karten, in etwas späteren Abzügen: "Königs-See, Eyb-See, Simssee, Staffel- und Riegsee, Waginger See, Hopfen und Weillen-See, Niedersonthofner- und Alp-See, Boden-See, Seeoner-See". - Rücken lädiert. Titel verso gestempelt. Die Karten durchgehend sauber und in sehr guten Abzügen.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. J. Walch, "General Charte über die sämtlich Königlich Preussischen Staaten nach astronomischen Beobachtungen .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, dat. 1806, 45 x 61 Nicht bei Bott/Holzamer: "Von Danzig bis Riga". - Über der Karte Kopftitel. Erstmalig 1797 erschienen. Hier vorliegend die Ausgabe 1806. Eine interessante Karte, die die Gebietsabtretungen Preussens an die Franzosen darstellt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Lexikon deutscher Dichter und Prosaisten (5 Bände und 1 Supplementband. in 6 Bänden).

      Leipzig, Weismann, 1806/11. - Halblederbände der Zeit, 21 x 13 cm, Einbänder berieben, Vorsätze und Titel leimschattig, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt. Mit dem häufig fehlenden Supplementband. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vertraute Briefe über die innern Verhältnisse am Preußischen Hofe seit dem Tode Friedrichs II. 6 Bände.

      Gr.-8. Mit 3 (2 teilkolor.) gefalt. gest. Plänen, 2 gefalt. Tabellen u. 2 gefalt. Verlagsbeilagen. Zus. ca. 2100 S., Interims-Kart.-Bde. d. Zt. (Bd. 6 abweichend Bde. 1-5 m. gedruckten Rückenschildern). Erstausgabe Bde. 2-6 mit dem zusätzlichen Titel Beytrag zur Geschichte des Krieges in Preußen, Schlesien und Pohlen in den Jahren 1806 und 1807. - "Interessantes Journal, welches durch die freimüthige Beurtheilung der groben Missstände im preuss. Heere u. Staate s. Z. grosses Aufsehen erregte" (Hayn/G.). - Das Werk erregte wegen seiner freimütigen Schilderung der Mißstände im preußischen Heer großes Aufsehen. Cölln war 1805-07 Assessor der Oberrechnungskammer in Berlin. Wegen literarischen Verraths von Dienstgeheimnissen wurde er nach Erscheinen der Briefe verhaftet, konnte jedoch fliehen und erhielt schließlich auf Veranlassung Hardenbergs eine Pension, weil man seine Feder fürchtete (Kat. Reiss & Auvermann 53, Nr. 372). - Einbände etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Tlw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. Unbeschnittenes, tlw. unaufgeschnittenes Exemplar. - Hayn/G. VI, 279 Walther 295, 1 u. 5 Hirschberg 87 Weller, Druckorte I, 207 vgl. ADB IV, 411f. Hamberger/M. XIII, 238.

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        LITTLE JACK OF ALL TRADES, with Suitable Representations.

      London, printed and sold by Darton & Harvey, Gracechurch Street, 1806.. 2 parts in one volume, early edition 1806, 12mo, 160 x 97 mm, 6¼ x 3¾ inches, pages: 48; 48. 2 engraved pictorial title pages, the first showing the rolling press of the copperplate engraver, a further 22 very good engravings in each volume, each just under half page. Several depict printing and bookmaking: a printer's devil inks the type in the hand press, the copperplate engraver is shown at work, bookbinding (a woman stitches the leaves), and papermaking. Plus a wide variety of trades: carpenter, blacksmith, cabinetmaker, boatbuilder, tinman, tallow-chandler, turner, weaver, charcoal burner, auctioneer, pump maker, barber, lighterman, tambour worker, shot caster, potter, clock maker etc. Under each image is a poem of varying length followed by a page or two of descriptive prose. Rebound in modern half black morocco over marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, gilt lettered and ruled spine, raised bands with gilt floral motif, marbled endpapers. Name partially erased with date 1810 at top of first title page, same name to top of second title page, pages 16/17 in Part I have some early ink scribble in the margins, some margins slightly trimmed, no loss, occasional very light soiling to margins, very small printer's ink mark in 2 places, not affecting illustrations, all text easily readable. A very good copy. Our reprint has the same number of engravings as the first edition (1804 and 1805). The Dartons, page 62, G221 (4) and G222 (2); Osborne, I,114: "William Darton, in all probability, both wrote and illustrated the book."; Oppenheimer Catalogue No.1589 (first editions of 1804 and 1805). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Vollständige Anleitung zur Vermehrung und Pflege der Obstbäume und zur Anlegung einer Baumschule im Grossen; nebst einer kurzen Uebersicht der Geschichte der Obstcultur.

      Köln, Reili, 1806.. Octavo. Pp. viii, 740, (8). Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, rubbed and chafed in places, spine gilt ruled and with gilt morocco lettering-piece, marbled endpapers, old signature effaced from title. In a very good condition. Good clean interior in solid binding. ~ First edition. Provenance: Ex Libris Molewater de la Rive Box with handsome armorial bookplate to fist free endpaper; two identical illustrated oval stamps of Barmherzige Brüder Montabaur, and a calligraphed contemporary signature of Louis Clausen to blank prelim.

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        Maps, Plans, Views, and Coins, Illustrative of the Travels of Anacharsis the Younger, in Greece, during the middle of the fourth century before the christian æra.

      London 1806, 4th ed. 4°, 104 pp., engraved portrait and 39 engraved plans (some folding), views and maps, contemporary half calf, four first pages with some foxing on firat pages, minimal (2mm) piece of top of spine lacking, exlibris.

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        Maps, Plans, Views, and Coins, Illustrative of the Travels of Anacharsis the Younger, in Greece, During the Middle of the Fourth Century, Before the Christian Aera

      Published by J. Johnson, W. J. and J. Richardson, T. Payne, and others , London 1806 - , [2 blank] i-vii [1] 1-112 pages, followed by maps and plates [4 blank] pages, portrait Frontispiece, Critical Observations on the Maps of Ancient Greece is by Bocage and is the main text of this volume accompanied by a Note Relative to the Plate No. XIX.* and the Explanation of the Plate of Medals and Coins, coloured fold-out map of Greece and the Grecian Islands at the front (plate 2), plate 1 is not included as published, 37 further plates (39 of 39 as published) , the cover is tatty, evidence of pest damage, the leather has suffered loss, the paper is chipped and worn, peeling away from the boards in places, front and back joints and hinges are split, the boards are held by the cords (2 at the front and 4 at the back), the contents are fair to very good, some shading and staining to the edges plates, some pest damage, plate 37 is loose, the book is in fair condition , half bound in calf and marbled paper with gilt ruling front and back, 5 raised bands and gilt decoration to the spine, green morocco labels with gilt titles to the spine quarto 28 x 23 cm Hardback ISBN:

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        Court Document in Kent's Hand, Signed by Kent, February 5, 1806

      1806. A Court Document in Kent's Hand, Signed by Kent [Manuscript]. Kent, James [1763-1847]. [Court Document in Kent's Hand, Signed by Kent]. [New York]: February 5, 1806. 4 pp. 12-3/4" x 8-1/4" bifolium, docketed on verso of second leaf. Horizontal fold lines, a few with minor tears, light browning and minor edgewear. Content in small hand filling one page. $950. * A recognizance composed and signed by Kent when he was chief justice of the New York Supreme Court. It concerned a sum of $1,600.00 owed to David Richardson by Rufus Backus. This debt was related to land owned in Washington County, NY. Kent, the great judge and legal scholar, is known for his path-breaking his Commentaries on American Law (1826-1830) and precedent-setting career as chief justice of the New York Supreme Court (1804-1814) and chancellor of New York (1814-1823).

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        A Father's Memoirs of his Child.

      8vo. London: printed for Longman by T. Bensley, 1806. 8vo, iv, xlviii, 172 pp. With a frontispiece by Blake engraved by Cromek, and three plates (one folding). Original (remainder?) binding of pebbled dark green cloth, red label lettered in gilt. A little worn, upper joint neatly repaired, slight marginal soiling within. Very good. First edition. Malkin knew Blake well and in the long preface he devotes 24 pages to an account of his friend's life and genius, the first recorded account of Blake by a contemporary. The text of this section was largely obtained from conversations with Blake himself. The biographical account of Blake and his poetry (pages xviii-xli) are described by Keynes as "the earliest available... obtained from Blake himself". The text includes the first typographic printing of the poems "Laughing Song", "The Divine Image", "Holy Thursday", "I loved the Jocund Dance" and an interesting variant in the text of "The Tyger". The child was Malkin's son, apparently an infant prodigy who died at the age of seven. Bentley, Blake Books, p. 18 (a good note on the book) and #482.

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        Historische Untersuchungen über die astronomischen Beobachtungen der Alten.

      Berlin Quiet 1806 - (21 x 12,5 cm). (4) 407 (3) S. Etwas späterer Leinwandband. Einzige Ausgabe dieser seltenen wissenschaftshistorischen Arbeit. - Ideler (1766-1846), Hofastronom in Berlin, wurde 1815 zum Mitglied der kgl. Kalenderdeputation ernannt. Er "entfaltete eine fruchtbare, bis heute wirksame literarische Tätigkeit auf astronomischem und mathematisch-technischem Gebiete" (NDB). - Anfangs etwas stockfleckig, sonst sauber und gut erhalten. - Poggendorff I, 1167; NDB 10, 118

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        ESSAI SUR LA PHYSIOGNOMIE ou L'ART DE CONNAÎTRE LES HOMMES PAR LA PHYSIONOMIE [Uniquement pl. des vol. 7-9]

      - Paris, Prudhomme, Nicolle, 1806-1809. 1 vol. in-4: 23 x 31,5 cm, [207] pl. grav. chiff. 393 à 599. Cet ensemble de 207 planches provient de la rarissime édition du début du XIXe siècle de "L'art de connaître les hommes par la physionomie". Cette nouvelle édition, parue en 10 vol. in-8 ou in-4, après l'originale de La Haye en 4 vol., est ornée de 500 à 750 gravures selon les bibliographies. Notre volume contient uniquement les figures destinées aux vol. 7 à 9 soit les planches 393 à 599. Reliure d'attente de l'époque. Etiquette de titre au dos. Travaux de vers à quelques feuillets, sans altération du contenu. Gravures fraîches à grandes marges. Biblio.: Brunet, III, 887-888 / Quérard, IV, 633

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        THE WORLD turned UPSIDE-DOWN Illustrated by Wonderful Prints.

      No imprint or date, but this title was advertised by W. D. Darton jun., and W. & T. Darton in 1806.This copy is watermarked 1805. [16] leaves, printed on one side only, each with a copper-engraving and verse below. Bound in recent quarter red sheep over marbled boards with vellum tips. 123 x 109 mm. The original pictorial pink wrappers, a little cut-down, are mounted on the front and rear pastedowns. The image is of a flying pig; the rear, Lambert of Leicester, 'dancing the tight rope.' First edition. In the second edition of 1809/10, the engraving of the butcher being bled by a sheep and a pig has been replaced by that of 'the bear turning showman'. Perhaps some parents complained at the brutality of the original image. Small tape repair to the blank verso of one leaf; few small marks; else a very good copy of this rare title. See Darton H1610.

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        Virorum illustrium ex ordine eremitarum D. Augustini elogia cum singulorum expressis ad vivum iconibus.

      Mit Kupferttitel und 30 blattgr. gest. Portraits von C. Galle nach J. Francquart. 6 Bll., 288 S. Roter Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. und Deckenfileten. Goldschnitt. 21 x 16 cm. Alden 636/17 Funck 299. - Erste Ausgabe der Biographien wichtiger Mitglieder des Augustinerordens. Mit Exlibris George Thomas Wyndham (1806-1830, Cromer Hall, Norfolk). - An den Gelenken etwas gedunkelt. Sehr gutes und dekorativ gebundenes Exemplar!

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        A treatise on the diseases of children, and management of infants from the birth . . . , licentiate in midwifery of the Royal College of Physicians in London; physician to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales; and Senior Physician to the British Lying-In Hospital. Second American, from the sixth London edition.

      Boston:: David West, 1806., 1806. Three vols. in one. 8vo. xx, 476 pp. Index. Contemporary tree calf, gilt-stamped spine, black leather title label; neatly rebacked, preserving original endleaves. PROVENANCE: Signature of James P. Kennedy, Chittenango, [NY] 1814; additionally presented from E.L. Kennedy-Jenne [?] to Louise Eaton, MD, 1893. Very good copy. Early American edition, the first printed in Boston, proceeded by American editions printed in 1793 and 1802, both Philadelphia. "Underwood laid the foundations for modern paediatrics. His work was superior to anything that had previously appeared and remained the most important book on the subject for sixty years. . . " - G&M. First printed in London 1784, Underwood's book achieved as many as ten editions through 1846, two editors following in Underwood's footsteps. Ruhrah offers, "Apart from Rosen von Rosenstein, . . . Underwood's was the first treatise on children's diseases anything like our modern textbooks in style and quality." - Ruhrah, Pediatrics of the Past, p. 450. PROVENANCE: Drs. John P. Kennedy, and his brothers, Samuel, Isaac, and James, all were physicians. Of the brothers, James was the only one who ventured west. James Hadden Smith, History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York: With . . . , Part 2, 1880, p. 748. Louise Eaton, MD is named as a Medical School Inspector, and a Demonstrator of Obstetrics, Women's Medical College, Baltimore, Maryland. REFERENCES: Austin 1944; Garrison and Morton 6326, 2734.4 "first discussion, in a treatise on children's diseases, of congenital heart disease", 4015 "first description of sclerema neonatorum", 5516 [candidiasis]. [FFrye C188]

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        Leonora

      London: J. Johnson, 1806. First Edition. Calf. Near fine. 1st edition. 2 volumes. With ads and errata. Contemporary polished light tan calf, decorated and lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers and edges, armorial bookplate of the Earl of Ilchester. Some occasional foxing, else near fine.

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        Standing Orders in Annapolis Royal Manuscript Diary [British Army in Canada]

      1806. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. [An officers notebook including various standing orders, mess rules, pay rosters and receipts for disbursements relating to the 66th Berkshire Foot in Canada, and the 62nd Wiltshire Foot elsewhere]. [Annapolis Royal, Halifax, England and elsewhere]. [s.n., 1799-1806]. Oblong 7 x 4-1/4 inches. 44 sheets with 88pp unnumbered with occasional evidence of excised leaves, the odd blank. Interleaved throughout with blotting paper. Contemporary limp reverse calf, with the attractive printed label 'Sold by John A. Burton, Military Stationer, No. 2, Barrack-Street, (Opposite the Fountain), Dublin' to FEP. With the ink inscriptions of 'R. Lloyd. Lieu. 66th Regiment Sept. 26 '97' and 'T.S. Lyle, Lieut. 66th, Port au Prince' to REP. A miscellaneous military notebook in the possession at least one officer serving in the 66th Berkshire Foot during its service in Canada, with 23pp of 'Standing orders' for the 66th regiment while at Annapolis Royal (Nova Scotia), and several notes of disbursements and receipts of monies, largely 1799/1800, in Halifax (Nova Scotia). The inscription of 'S.S. Lyle, Lieut. 66th, Port au Prince' suggests that the notebook was perhaps purchased from an Irish stationer prior to the 66th's short service in Haiti, 1796-8. Later notes (dated 1802 and 1806) include, rates of full and half pay, mess rules in Jersey and reference to the activities of the 62nd Wiltshire Foot. R. Lloyd and T.S. Lyle, who both inscribed this volume and are presumably likely candidates for ownership, are listed as Lieutenants in the 66th Foot in the 1800 Army List. The 66th (Berkshire) Regiment of Foot was deployed to moved to Nova Scotia in early 1799 and on to Newfoundland in May 1800 before returning home in October 1802 and again to Canada in August 1827 before returning home in October 1840 The 66th Berkshire Foot served in the West Indies and Canada during the early years of the Napoleonic wars, returning to England in October 1802.

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        Ragguaglio di alcuni monumenti di antichita' ed arti raccolti negli ultimi viaggi da un dilettante ec. ... con molte tavole in rame, ed alcune vignette. Par. II. con appendice (ma volume a se stante)

      dalla tipografia di Francesco Sonzogno di Gio. Batt. stampatore e librajo, 1806. cm; p. ix, (1), 270, (2); modesta brossura originale 13 tavole f.t. ripiegate con incisioni originali dell'autore in rame, 2 incisioni nel testo. Opera a se stante. La prima parte è stampata nel 1805 e ha un diverso titolo. Assai raro, manca a: Hoepli, Milano nei suoi libri; macchietta d'inchiostro nella parte superiore del volume lontana dal testo, per il resto buon esemplare con barbe

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        Nuevos Paseos Históricos, artísticos, económico-políticos, por Granada y sus contornos (refundidos y aumentados por Simon de Argote) 3 tomos

      1806 - Rarísima primera edición Tres tomos (Todo lo publicado)El III tomo, rarísimo. Granada: en la Imprenta de D. Francisco Gomez Espinosa de los Monteros. [1806?] El lugar de la impresión consta en el tomo 2º y 3º, el tomo 1º sin lugar y con el mismo impresor. Fecha de impresión de tomo I y II tomada de: Aguilar Piñal. Bib. S.XVIII, v. 1, 2395. 8º, ejemplar preparado para encuadernar, con estuche y caja de conservación moderna. Tomo I: 5 hs. + 300 p. Tomo II: 123 + 197 p. ; Tomo III: 112 p. Contexto histórico y referencias a la obra: “. El 26 de abril de 1806 la Gazeta de Madrid anunciaba la publicación de dos volúmenes de los Nuevos paseos históricos, artísticos, económico-políticos, por Granada y sus contornos. Estos dos volúmenes recogían sólo la Alhambra, monumento que «ha excitado la curiosidad de los viageros inteligentes», a decir del anuncio de la Gazeta. Constituían el comienzo de una amplia obra que debía abarcar toda la ciudad de Granada. Años después se publicó, como luego veremos, un tercer volumen que completaba la descripción de la Alhambra, y nunca llegaron a ver la luz los prometidos tomos que abordarían el resto de la ciudad. El autor era Simón de Argote, doctor en jurisprudencia, caballero síndico, miembro de la Sociedad Económica de Amigos del País y hombre que gozaba de una buena posición económica. Los Nuevos paseos constituyeron un salto cualitativo en la historiografía sobre la Alhambra, de la cual se habían realizado descripciones generalmente breves y fragmentarias desde el siglo XVI, y superaban con creces al más ambicioso trabajo hasta entonces publicado, con el cual rivalizaban abiertamente, los Paseos por Granada y sus contornos (1764-1767) de Juan Velázquez de Echeverría. Sin embargo, la prometedora trayectoria de Simón de Argote se iba a ver truncada por la Guerra de la Independencia, pues su afrancesamiento le empujó hacia el bando que, tras iniciales triunfos, iba a ser finalmente derrotado. Durante estos convulsos años de guerra Argote logró entregar a la imprenta un tercer volumen de sus Nuevos paseos. Este volumen, muy breve, estaba escrito en 1807, pues Argote alude en él a «los terremotos del año pasado», que son los que sacudieron la ciudad en octubre de 1806. Según Richard Ford el libro apareció en el verano de 1812 con una breve tirada, pero ésta se perdió casi en su totalidad cuando en septiembre se retiraron las tropas francesas de Granada y, temeroso de sus compatriotas, Simón de Argote se marchó con ellas. Richard Ford conoció a Argote dos décadas después y tuvo con él una larga conversación. Un desencantado Argote le confesó que nunca había visto la edición del tercer tomo de sus Nuevos paseos, porque estaba en imprenta cuando tuvo que evacuar la ciudad y los pocos ejemplares editados se perdieron. Todo parece indicar que en el último tramo de su vida Argote era una persona acabada intelectualmente y probablemente arruinada por los avatares de la derrota Josefina. Al menos un ejemplar de ese tercer volumen se salvó, y fue reeditado en facsímil en 1985 con una breve introducción de Antonio Domínguez Ortiz. No sabemos si Argote tenía preparados el resto de los volúmenes que completarían su visión de Granada.”. Ref: AL-QANTARA XXXV 1, enero-junio 2014 pp. 29-59 ISSN 0211-3589 doi: 10.3989/alqantara.2014.002. El Generalife y las ruinas árabes de sus contornos. Un capítulo inédito de los Nuevos Paseos de Simón de Argote. Juan Manuel Barrios Rozúa Universidad de Granada . [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Oratio Dominica in CLV Linguas versa et exoticis Characteribus plerumque expressa. -

      Parma, Bodoni, 1806. In-folio (39,7 x 26,5 cm.). Elegante legatura moderna in mezza pelle verde con angoli, dorso con nervi e fregi oro. (6), XIX, (5), XIX, (5), 20, (2), CCXLVIII, (2) pp.; senza due fogli bianchi; poche e lievi ingialliture ma esemplare bello e marginoso. Celebre e raro libro, stampato in soli 182 esemplari. Per la straordinaria varietà dei caratteri impiegati (molti esotici), tutti incisi dal Bodoni stesso, e per la cura con cui venne prodotto, è considerato uno dei più belli del noto tipografo e viene spesso paragonato al Manuale Tipografico; ma a differenza di quello, pubblicato nel 1818 (cinque anni dopo la morte del Bodoni), questo venne interamente composto da lui stesso. Brunet IV, 200: «Cette magnifique édition». Giani 178. Brooks 1003. De Lama II, 172-174: «Libro preziosissimo che fà epoca nella tipografia». A magnificent publication, one of the finest by Bodoni and limited to 182 copies only. Modern half green calf, spine with raised bands and gilt; without two blank leaves and some very light foxing here and there, but a good, large and attractively bound copy.

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        Natürliche Magie oder Erklärung verschiedener Wahrsager und natürlicher Zauberkünste. 2. verbesserte Auflage.

      Berlin und Stettin Nicolai 1806 - (18 x 11,5 cm). (2) VIII, 230 S. Mit 13 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Zweite Ausgabe dieser interessanten Sammlung chemischer und physikalischer Experimente sowie von Rechen-, Zahlen- und Kartenkunststücken. Mit Kapitel über Wünschelruten, Dechiffrierkunst, Wahrsagerei, Entfesselungskunst, Onymantie, Hydromantie, die Kunst Bilder zu beleben, Geisterbeschwörung etc. - Funk (1736-1786), Professor für Physik in Leipzig, will mit vorliegendem Werk dem Aberglauben seiner Zeit entgegentreten, besonders den Gauklereien von Gaßner und Schröpfer. - Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Einband etwas bestoßen und gering berieben, sonst gut erhalten. - Ackermann V, 804; vgl. Poggendorff I, 818 (EA) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A TREATISE ON INSANITY, IN WHICH ARE CONTAINED THE PRINCIPLES OF A NEW AND MORE PRACTICAL NOSOLOGY OF THE MANIACAL DISORDERS...

      Sheffield: W. Todd, for Messrs. Cadell and Davies, 1806. Rebound by master binder, red leather spine label. New endpapers. Fold-out table and two plates. (See photo). Brown spot at lower page margin from p.115 onward. Small crease mid-page from title-page to p.21 without loss of lettering. Book is divided into six sections; general information, moral treatment of insanity, malconformation of the skulls of maniacs and idiots, mental derangement, importance of enlightened system of police for management of lunatic asylums, medical treatment of insanity. 288pp. + plates. Pinel (1745-1826) was a French physician who was instrumental in the development of more humane approaches to the custody and care of psychiatric patients. See Norman 4922 for French edition of 1801.. First English Edition. 1/4 Calf Over Marbled Boards. Rebound/No Dust Jacket. Octavo.

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        Reise um die Welt, in den Jahren 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, und 180ß4, auf welcher der Verfasser die vorzüglichsten Inseln in der Südsee, und die englischen Colonien zu Port-Jackson und Norfolk-Eiland besucht hat. (Übs. v. Ph. Chr. Weyland).

      Berlin, Vossische Buchhandlung. 1806 - IV + 359 S. Priv. Hld. der Zeit. Magazin von merkwürdigen neuen Reisebeschreibungen, 27. Bd. - Neues Magazin von merkwürdigen Beschreibungen, 3. Bd. - Etw. fleckig, Ebd. etw. bestossen u. berieben, leichte Gbrsp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cürieuse Bilder-Bibel oder Die vornehmsten Sprüche heiliger Schrifft in Figuren vorgestellt, wodurch dieselben der zarten Jugend auf eine angenehme und ergötzende Art bekannt gemacht werden können.

      Kl.8, Fronti.-Radierung, 128 S. mit unzähligen Holzstich-Abb., alle altkoloriert., Privat.-Kart. d. Zeit, Berieben, Fronti mit kleinem Abriss am Seitensteg, etwas fingerfleckig und stockfleckig. Blätter 15/16 u. 33/34 fehlend. Neue verbesserte - Zur Kollation: Wie immer ohne die Seiten 15-16, die hier wie auch bei früheren Ausgaben wohl ausgelassen wurden. Radiertes Titelblatt, handkolorierte Holzschnitte als Rebusse (Bilderrätsel) in Text eingefügt. Mnemotechnische Anthologie bekannter Bibelsprüche, bei denen die Hauptworte durch rebusartige Holzschnitt-Illustrationen ersetzt sind. Am Schluß einer jeden Seite der vollständige typographische Text. - Inhaltlich mit der Ausgabe von 1806 übereinstimmend, jedoch abweichend gesetzt. - Dortmund Harenberg Kommunikation 1979. (149 S. 128 Tafeln mit farbigen Bilderrätseln Nachdruck einer Bilder-Bibel aus Nürnberg 1806.

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        La Fille du Regiment Playbill 1853

      Beautiful playbill announcement for an upcoming performance of La Fille du Regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment), opera by Donizetti, with star sporano Henriette Sontag (1806-1854) as Marie. Niblo`s Garden, Feb 18th, no year mentioned but 1853 is written in pencil on the lower right end and we assume it maybe correct - this would be just months before she passed away at age 48. Also announced below is an upcoming performance of La Sonnambula, on Feb 21st, with Sontag as Amina.  Size is 5.75 x 11.75 inches, a few rust stains, otherwise in excellent condition. Rare!

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        History of Voyages and Discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean

      Printed by Luke Hansford & Sons, near Lincoln's-Inn Fields, London 1806 - Tall quartos. Dark cloth covered boards, Black leather spines with raised bands, gilt decorations and gilt lettered titles. Black leather corners. Reddish marbled end papers. Leather is rubbed on the around the edges. Interior contents and folding plates in very good condition. Volume I - "Commencing with the earliest Discovery of the South Sea by Europeans; and terminating with the Voyage of Francis Drake, in 1579": [1], xii, [8] pages (contents, errata, directions for binder), 391 pages. Illustrated with folding frontispiece, "Chart of the Discoveries made in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean" and 4 more folding plans. Volume II - "From the Year 1579, to the Year 1620": [2], vi, [10] pages (contents, errata), 482 pages. Volume II is illustrated with 14 plates and cuts including the frontispiece - Sailing Canoes. There is a binder's error in placement of the illustrations. The current frontispiece is supposed to face page 385. The instructions for placement of the original frontispiece, "Chart of the Islands discovered in the South Sea, to the Year 1620, with the Tracks of some of the principal Discoverers", now faces page 1. This set was expanded to five volumes with additional volumes published in 1813, 1816, and 1817. James Burney, 1750-1821, was an English Rear Admiral . He accompanied Captain Cook on his last two voyages. Howes B 1002; Sabin 9387. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ragguaglio di alcuni monumenti di antichita' ed arti raccolti negli ultimi viaggi da un dilettante ec. . con molte tavole in rame, ed alcune vignette. Par. II. con appendice (ma volume a se stante)

      dalla tipografia di Francesco Sonzogno di Gio. Batt. stampatore e librajo, Milano 1806 - cm; p. ix, (1), 270, (2); modesta brossura originale 13 tavole f.t. ripiegate con incisioni originali dell'autore in rame, 2 incisioni nel testo. Opera a se stante. La prima parte è stampata nel 1805 e ha un diverso titolo. Assai raro, manca a: Hoepli, Milano nei suoi libri; macchietta d'inchiostro nella parte superiore del volume lontana dal testo, per il resto buon esemplare con barbe [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Traité élémentaire de physique

      1806 - 2 vol., [2]-XXX-447-[3] pp., Paris, Courcier, 1806, in-8, 2 vol, [2]-XXX-447-[3] pp, 4 pl. + [2]-425-[1] pp, 8 pl, veau raciné de l'époque, dos lisses et fleuronnés, pièces de titre vertes, En tout : 12 planches dépliantes gravées sur cuivre. Seconde édition, revue et considérablement augmentée. Ce traité, qui avait été rédigé à la demande de l'Empereur, est l'un des meilleurs ouvrages du célèbre minéralogiste René Just Haüy (1743-1822) ; il était destiné à un jeune public, qu'il fallait éveiller à la physique. Ex libris : J. Dupré docteur en médecine. Bon exemplaire en dépit de quelques rousseurs aux premières et dernières pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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