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         Das Kleine A B C Buch, oder erste Angangs-Buchlein Mit schonen Bilder Und Deren Namen . . . . (The Little ABC Book or first Beginning Booklet with Pretty Pictures and their Names . . . .)

      New Market, Virginia: Salomon Henkel's Druckerey, 1819. Boards. Near fine. Second edition. 36 pages. 3.5" x 5.5". Woodcut title page vignette and other woodcut illustrations throughout. Original cloth-backed, paper-covered boards decorated with woodcuts including a large example of the famous Henkel rooster on the rear cover. An exceptionally nice example. This scarce and sought-after primer was published in German by the Henkel press, the first Lutheran printing shop in America. Ambrose Henkel started the press in 1806 and sold it to his brother Salomon in 1817. The Henkels published Christian catechisms, hymnbooks, and other works including children's books designed to teach youngsters to read and spell German, thereby perpetuating German culture and language in the United States. As of 2018, no other examples are for sale in the trade. ABPC and Rare Book Hub list only one auction result in the last ninety years. OCLC shows 38 first and second editions held by institutions, however some are identified as imperfect or mutilated. This primer is seldom found in condition this nice.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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         ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS; Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East. Two volume set.

      London: Printed for H.R. Young, 1819. Book. Very Good- Condition. Hardcover. Second edition. Two volume set. Original full leather bindings are worn, with repairs to hinges or weakened hinges. Complete with 40 hand-colored plates. Vol. I: xiv, 306 pages of text. Vol. II: [ii], 239, [i] blank, [11] pages of index. The text and plates have minor foxing and some soiling, as well as handling wear including minor but prevalent creasing to the page edges. A few pages and plates are torn in the margin, and one plate is torn into the image with no loss. Measures 13 inches (height). Second edition. .

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         Das Kleine A B C Buch, oder erste Angangs-Buchlein Mit schonen Bilder Und Deren Namen . . . . (The Little ABC Book or first Beginning Booklet with Pretty Pictures and their Names . . . .)

      New Market, Virginia: Salomon Henkel's Druckerey, 1819. Boards. Near fine. Second edition. 36 pages. 3.5" x 5.5". Woodcut title page vignette and other woodcut illustrations throughout. Original cloth-backed, paper-covered boards decorated with woodcuts including a large example of the famous Henkel rooster on the rear cover. An exceptionally nice example. This scarce and sought-after primer was published in German by the Henkel press, the first Lutheran printing shop in America. Ambrose Henkel started the press in 1806 and sold it to his brother Salomon in 1817. The Henkels published Christian catechisms, hymnbooks, and other works including children's books designed to teach youngsters to read and spell German, thereby perpetuating German culture and language in the United States. As of 2018, no other examples are for sale in the trade. ABPC and Rare Book Hub list only one auction result in the last ninety years. OCLC shows 38 first and second editions held by institutions, however some are identified as imperfect or mutilated. This primer is seldom found in condition this nice.

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         ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS; Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East. Two volume set.

      Printed for H.R. Young, London 1819 - Two volume set. Original full leather bindings are worn, with repairs to hinges or weakened hinges. Complete with 40 hand-colored plates. Vol. I: xiv, 306 pages of text. Vol. II: [ii], 239, [i] blank, [11] pages of index. The text and plates have minor foxing and some soiling, as well as handling wear including minor but prevalent creasing to the page edges. A few pages and plates are torn in the margin, and one plate is torn into the image with no loss. Measures 13 inches (height). Second edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Deutsche Grammatik. [Erster] bis vierter Theil in 4 Bänden [Band 1 jedoch nur als leinengebundene Fotokopie!].

      Dieterichsche Buchhandlung [1819]-1837, Göttingen - LXXX, 661; XI, 1020 S., 1 Blatt; VIII, 788 S., 1 Blatt; VIII, 964 S., 1 Blatt. Die Bände 2 und 4 liegen als Pappbände der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückenschildchen vor, Band 3 als neuerer privater Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; Band 1 liegt nicht im gedruckten Original, sondern als vollständige Fotokopie in neuererem privaten Leineneinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel vor. "Die Deutsche Grammatik wurde das Vorbild aller folgenden Arbeiten Grimms, ja darüber hinaus der Eckpfeiler der germanischen Philologie" (Kindlers Literaturlexikon). "Der einzige Jacob Grimm hat für die Sprachwissenschaft mehr geleistet als die ganze französische Akademie seit Richelieu. Seine deutsche Grammatik ist ein kolossales Werk, ein gotischer Dom, worin alle germanischen Völker ihre Stimme erheben, wie Riesenchöre, jedes in seinem Dialekte" (Heinrich Heine). Die Bände 2 und 4 mit Exlibris und die Einbände etwas berieben, insgesamt handelt es sich jedoch um ein ordentliches, noch gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent

      New York: Printed by C. S. Van Winkle, 1819-20 - 7 parts bound in one volume, small 4to, contemporary tree-calf skillfully rebacked, gilt decorated and lettered spine. Bound without the original wrappers, but all seven title-pages are present. ? An iconic work of American literature. With the first appearance of "Rip Van Winkle," "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," and Irving's charming tales of England, The Sketch Book brought critical acclaim and recognition to American literature for the first time. Part No. 1 was published in March, 1819, and was succeeded by six more parts, for a total of thirty-one tales, that concluded in August, 1820. The enormous popularity of The Sketch Book gave rise to immediate and constant reprintings of the parts issues, with one part being dated as late as 1823. In 1824 the parts ceased when the publisher issued the "Fourth Edition" in book form only. The publication of The Sketch Book was complicated because Irving never personally saw the manuscript installments through the press. They were sent from England, where he was living at the time, to his brother, Ebeneezer, and his friend, Henry Brevoort, in New York. They acted as his agents and unofficial editors in seeing the parts through the press of Cornelius S. Van Winkle, a book and job printer on Greenwich Street. Adding to the complication was the fact that Irving's holograph was changeling to correctly transcribe. As a consequence the first editions of the parts contained numerous typographical errors, which were corrected at Irving's insistence after he reviewed the printed versions as they were sent to him, and thus subsequent printings were made from revised and sometimes reset plates. Some light to moderate foxing and stains in the text; a very good, unsophisticated copy. Second editions throughout, with the first part dated 1819 and parts 2-7 dated 1820. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop, ABAA]
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         TA., Dom, "Dom zu Frankfurt am Main".

      - Lithographie m. Tonplatte n. u. v. D. Quaglio, dat. 1819, 42 x 43,5 Inkunabel der Lithograhie.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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         \"Eröffnung der 1.ten Staende Versammlung des Königreichs Baiern, den 4.ten Februar 1819\". Blick in den Festsaal des Redoutenhauses an der Prannerstraße, mittig stehend König Max I. Joseph und die Prinzen des königlichen Hauses, vor ihm sitzend Militär und Minister, seitlich stehend die Abgeordneten, auf den Rängen gemischtes Publikum, unten Inschrift.

       Lithographie mit Tonplatte von Domenico Quaglio nach Lorenz Quaglio, dat. 1819, 45 x 60 cm. Winkler 640, 34; Maillinger I, 2908; Slg. Proebst 1531; Lentner 14059: \"Guter Abdruck dieses seltenen und interessanten Blattes\". - Das Redoutenhaus wurde zum Landtagsgebäude. Neben dem König hebt Kronprinz Ludwig die Hand zum Schwur auf die Verfassung. - Mit feinem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, Randeinrisse unauffällig und sehr sorgfältig geschlossen. - Extrem seltene Inkunabel der Lithographie. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Lithographien, Max I.Joseph,Kön.v.Bay., München, Oberbayern, Verfassung

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
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         Londina Illustrata: Graphic and Historic Memorials of Monasteries, Churches, Chapels & Schools, Charitable Foundations, Palaces, Halls, Courts, Processions, Places of Early Amusement & Modern and Present THEATRES In the Cities and Suburbs of London & Westminster.

      Robert Wilkinson, 125 Fenchurch St, London. 1819 - 205 pages of letterpress and another 125 copper engraved plates + 2 pages of contents and an engraved title page. Of which 34 full page plates are of the London theatres of the day, with interior scenes and stage activity with people watching the plays, etc. There are double page plates including a rare Holbein engraving of the Great Fire of London. A few plates have pasted in "overslips" showing corrections to the printed text beneath the plate description. CONDITION: The hinges have been repaired, there is a very mild spotting to the backs of some plates, not affecting the actual scenes and also on a few pages, there is the odd mark on an odd page or two. Generally VG+. The old half calf has been retained and although worn is firm and substantial. Large quarto. A VG+ copy of a scarce book, published by the author who gathered together in this work some of the rarest views that could be found. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Colophon Books.]
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         Einladung zur tausendjährigen Jubiläums=Feyer in der Pfarrkirche zum heiligen Petrus in dem Markte Velden Königl. Landgerichts Vilsbiburg im Isarkreise, welche sich am sechsten Sonntage nach Ostern eröffnet und mit dem heiligen Pfingst=Feste endet.

      Mchn., Franz Seraph Hübschmann, 1819. 17 x 10 cm. 31 S. Mit 1 lithographierten Frontispiz von J. Obernetter. Broschur d. Zt. Lentner 10862: „Selten“. - Über den KVK ist nur ein Exemplar in der UB München nachweisbar. Besonders reizvoll durch die wirklich hübsche Gesamtansicht von Velden. - Der Einband leicht verblichen sonst sauber und frisch. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Niederbayern

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         Tales of My Landlord, Third Series Collected and Arranged by Jedediah Cleishbotham. Schoolmaster and Parish Clerk of Gandercleugh

      Printed for Archibald Constable and Co. 1819 - First edition. Octavo. Half titles. Original tan and blue boards, uncut (some light foxing); printed labels on spines (some chipping). Very good. 4 volumes complete. Enclosed in four full red morocco pull cases. Bookplates of Alexander S. Finlay and Frank J. Hogan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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         Hudibras, A Poem.

      printed by W. Lewis, 21 Finch-lane, for Thomas McLean, Bookseller and Publisher, and may be had by all Booksellers, London 1819 - With Notes, Selected from Grey and other Authors; to which are Prefixed, A Life of the Author, and a Preliminary Discourse on the Civil War &c. A New Edition, Embellished with Engravings. 12 hand-coloured aquatint plates by I. Clark. Two volumes. 8vo. [218 x 131 x 69 mm]. lxxiv, [i], 444 pp; 494 pp. Bound in contemporary green goatskin, the covers with a border of a gilt fillet and a wide gilt palmettte and floral roll and a blind palmette roll. The spines divided into five panels by thick gilt tooled bands, lettered in the second and fourth panels, the first with a helmet, the third with a pair of spurs and a gauntlet, the fifth with crossed swords, with sprigs in the corners, the corners of the edges of the boards hatched in gilt, the turn-ins tooled with a gilt roll, pink endleaves, gilt edges. Short closed tear pp.21/22 in vol.2; some light spotting and occasional foxing. A bookplate has been neatly removed from both front pastedowns. A very good copy in a fine bindings. A number of binders were using knightly symbols at the time. I have a three volume set of Way's Fabliaux or Tales, London 1815, in a signed binding by C. Smith with the same motifs, and a copy of Malory's The Most Ancient and Famous History of the Renowned Prince Arthur, London 1634, in a signed binding by Charles Hering is illustrated as no.202, in Foot, The Henry Davis Gift, II. In both cases the tools are different from on this Hudibras. Sir Hudibras certainly had a sword and rode a horse, but the helmet and gauntlet were embellishments supplied by the binder.

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         Geological Map of Sussex by W. Smith Mineral Surveyor A New Map of Sussex Divided into Hundreds. Exhibiting Its Roads, Rivers, Parks Etc.

      Published by J. Cary Engraver and Mapseller, No 181 the Strand, January 1819., London, - Smith's rare geological survey of Sussex Engraved broadsheet map with hand colour; small loss to the left margin, slightly affecting the text but not the image, some strengthening to the folds; manuscript text on the verso. First edition of William Smith's geological map of Sussex, one in a series of county maps produced by Smith, each separately issued, which were the first detailed geological maps of specific areas. Smith's individual maps are extremely rare on the market. Smith produced the first geological map of England and Wales in 1815, which contained "an amazing amount of correct detail" (D.S.B.) and was the basis for all the geological maps that followed. In 1819 he began the publication of a geological atlas of England and Wales. Published in parts over five years, it remained unfinished, containing twenty-one maps of various English counties. "All the county maps published contain much more information than was shown on Smith's large map of 1815, and indicate that during the intervening years he had done much to increase his knowledge. The maps are based on Cary's county maps, and are headed 'By W. Smith, Mineral Surveyor.' Each map measures 21 ½ inches by 19 1/4 inches [across the ruled border]; the scale varies slightly but averages 3 miles to an inch."–Sheppard, William Smith: His Maps and his Memoirs (1920), p. 155. Smith's map of Sussex was first published by Cary in 1819, alongside Norfolk, Kent and Wiltshire. It is a reissue of Cary's map of 1801, with the addition of the geological information. In his major work 'A Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales with part of Scotland' of 1815, Smith ordered the strata through a colour key, whereas here he identifies them by name and number with coloured boxes, and places them around the boundary adjacent to their outcrop. On this map, a box and its related text overlap the engraved border. Stratigraphy 2, 3 and 4. Brick Earth and Sand, with pebbly Gravel and Crag occasionally. The highest Strata in the County. 5. Chalk, the upper beds of which are soft enough to mark with, abounding with flinty Nodules. The under beds are much harder and without Flints. 6 and 7. Green Sand and Golt Brock Earth, at the edge of the Chalk Hills. 8 and 10. Sand, beneath the Golt Brick Earth, in the lower part of which in Dorsetshire, the Portland Rock is found. 11. Oaktree Clay, part Slaty, and highly Bituminous, as at Kimmeridge. 13. Sand and Sandstone, laying below the Oaktree. The deepest Strata in the County.

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         Oeuvres d'Homère, avec des remarques, précédés de réflexions sur Homère et sur la traduction des poètes par P. J. Bitaubé. 4 vols.

      Ledoux et Tenré, Paris 1819. With 4 engraved plates, contemporary full calf, inner, outer and edges with ornamental borders, spines richly gilt, all edges gilt. A fine set.

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         Foreign Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes & c. & c. With a supplement of New South Wales.

      London, Ormw, o.J. (nach 1819) - 4°. 1 nn. Bl., 170 S., 1 nn. Bl., mit 110 kolorierten Aquatintatafeln. Leder der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Deckelfileten, Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung, Goldschnitt, (etwas beschabt, Gelenke restauriert, Ecken etwas bestossen). Vgl. Nissen (Howitt) 2019; Abbey, Travel 2; Schwerdt I, 177, (nicht bei Souhart). - Die Tafeln nach Zeichnungen von Howitt, Atkinson, Clark, Manskirch u.a. in prachtvollem Kolorit. - Undatierte Ausgabe, wohl nach 1820, die Seiten wie bei der 2. Ausgabe von 1819 nummeriert. - Umfassend illustriertes Werk zu allen Arten der Grosswildjagd. Darunter Beschreibungen und Abbildungen zur Jagd von Löwen, Tigern, Panthern, Antilopen, Bären, Wölfen, Straußen, Elefanten, Nashörnern, Krokodilfang in Ägypten, Robbenfang auf Grönland, 4 Tafeln zum Walfang, usw. - Die Jagden immer mit den entsprechenden Darstellungen der Umgebung und der indigenen Völker der jeweiligen Länder. Bemerkenswert sind die 13 Tafeln zum Stierkampf in Spanien und die 10 Tafeln zu den Aborigines in Australien. - Tafeln meist mit etwas Abklatsch. Gering stockfleckig, letztes Blatt etwas angerändert. Ex-Libris auf Innendeckel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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         Memoir on the Formation and Connexions of the Crural Arch. Presentation Copy

      Edinburgh: Printed for Peter Hill and Co. G : in good condition. Heavy foxing within, impacting on plates. 1819. First Edition. Paper covered card boards with green cloth spine. 300mm x 230mm (12" x 9"). 22pp. Three plates with tissue guards. Inscribed on the title page, "To Dr Benjamin Walsh with the best regards of his friend the Author". .

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         Das Kleine A B C Buch, oder erste Angangs-Buchlein Mit schonen Bilder Und Deren Namen . . . . (The Little ABC Book or first Beginning Booklet with Pretty Pictures and their Names . . . .)

      Salomon Henkel's Druckerey, New Market, Virginia 1819 - Second edition. 36 pages. 3.5" x 5.5". Woodcut title page vignette and other woodcut illustrations throughout. Original cloth-backed, paper-covered boards decorated with woodcuts including a large example of the famous Henkel rooster on the rear cover. An exceptionally nice example. This scarce and sought-after primer was published in German by the Henkel press, the first Lutheran printing shop in America. Ambrose Henkel started the press in 1806 and sold it to his brother Salomon in 1817. The Henkels published Christian catechisms, hymnbooks, and other works including children's books designed to teach youngsters to read and spell German, thereby perpetuating German culture and language in the United States. As of 2018, no other examples are for sale in the trade. ABPC and Rare Book Hub list only one auction result in the last ninety years. OCLC shows 38 first and second editions held by institutions, however some are identified as imperfect or mutilated. This primer is seldom found in condition this nice. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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         A critical examination of the first principles of geology; in a series of essays. [First edition].

      Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown 1819 - London, octavo, iv, [ii], 336 p. and text illustrations. ***CONTENT: George Bellas Greenough (1778-1855) was a pioneering English geologist best known for his geological maps of England and Wales. He was well read and very active in scientific circles, and was co-founder and first president of the Geological Society of London. This volume is his most significant work, in which he reviews several ideas of his predecessors and contemporaries, including: stratification, the figure of the Earth, "formations", the order of succession in rocks, the history of strata (as deduced from their fossil contents), mineral veins, and more. Herein, Greenough was an eloquent critic, but his contemporaries were likewise critical of his refusal to consider the chronologic, stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental value of fossils. He was also skeptical of the concepts of 'stratum' and 'formation' as employed by William Smith. Nevertheless, Greenough was widely respected for his intellect and advocacy in the cause of geological studies. ***CONDITION: This is a VG copy in contemporary 3/4 calf and marbled boards, with a gilt-lettered and decorated backstrip. The covers are sound but rubbed, with erosion to the head and foot of the spine; backstrip gilt worn but legible. Joints and hinges starting but holding, binding very firm. Save for the very occasional bit of foxing, the text pages are near pristine: fresh, clean and bright. The only evidence of previous ownership is the inked signature of Jer[emiah] Van Rensselaer on the title page and his penciled annotations in the text. This is a complete, internally handsome copy of a scarce and classic treatise. BMNH 730. Challinor 92. Ward and Carozzi 951. International shipping will be extra for this book, but only at my cost. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Abbildung und populäre Beschreibung von acht und vierzig Giftpflanzen, für Jedermann, der nicht Botaniker ist.

      Augsburg: Abraham Geiger, 1819. hardcover. Sehr gut. Hrsgg. in der Martin Engelbrecht'schen Kunsthandlung in Augsburg. Mit 48 kolorierten Pflanzentafeln (davon eine gefaltet), eine gefalt. tabellarische Tafel und 3 zusätzlichen kolor. Tafeln mit Tierdarstellungen. Insg. 52 Tafeln, davon 51 koloriert. 4to. Zinnoberroter Pappband der Zeit mit etwas Rückenvergoldung, geprägtem Rückenschild und Rotschnitt, 3 n.n. Bll., 44 num. Bll., S. 45-48, 5 Bll. Nissen BBI 1011. Plesch Coll. 410. MykoLibri 985. Vgl. Pritzel 4510. Zweite Ausgabe, die erste erschien 1817 in 12 Heften. - Das mit prachtvollen Tafeln ausgestattete Werk über Giftpflanzen ist ein schönes Beispiel für den drucktechnischen Übergang vom Kupferstich auf den Steindruck. Die ersten 12 Tafeln sind kolorierte Lithographien, die übrigen Kupferstiche. "Die große Tradition des von Kupferstechern illustrierten Buches (in Augsburg) ging endgültig mit den naturkundlichen Werken von Jacob Hübner, Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm und Carl Christian Wilhelm Juch zu Ende" (Gier/Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen, S. 515). Juch (1772-1821) war Arzt, Chemiker und Pharmazeut, Schüler von Trommsdorff, Verfasser verschiedener naturkundlicher und pharmazeutischer Werke. Ab 1801 war er Prof. für Medizin und Chemie an der Universität Altdorf bei Nürnberg, später unterrichtete er in München und Augsburg. Bekannt wurde er durch seine kommentierte Übersetzung der "Pharmacopoea Borussica". - Auf dem fliegenden Vorsatzblatt eine ganzseitig angelegte Widmung von 1820, in schöner zeitgenössischer Handschrift, für den Lehrer Joseph Anton Geist an der "höhern Bürgerschule in Neustadt Kempten". Geist wurde in der Region als Autor des vielfach aufgelegten "Briefbüchlein für Werktagsschulen" bekannt. Verfasst wurde die Widmung vom "Koenigl. Baier. Local-Schul-Commissair u. Stadtpfarrer Joan Georg Nepomuc Gasser". - Beim Bezug des Einbands handelt es sich wohl um ein einfaches Buntpapier, das mit Zinnoberrot überstrichen wurde (Struktur scheint noch durch). Ecken etwas bestoßen, die Außengelenke teils mit Abschabungen. Die Tafeln alle sauber, nur ganz vereinzelt minimal fleckig. Die gefaltete Tafel 45 mit kleinem Einriß an der unteren Falzung. Textseiten stellenweise ganz leicht braun- oder fingerfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke]
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         Catalogue de Tableaux, Dessins, Estampes et autres objets de curiosité, composant la collection de feu M. Léon Dufourny.

      A Paris, de l'imprimerie de Nouzou, 1819. - in-8. 1f. 89pp. 62 planches hors-texte, dont 13 planches dépliantes. Broché, couverture imprimée (dos renforcé anciennement, et fendillé par la suite). Edition Originale du catalogue de vente aux enchères de la fameuse collection de tableaux, dessins et estampes du grand architecte Léon Dufourny (1734-1818), qui fut l'un des premiers directeurs du Louvre et "qui occupa une position importante dans les milieux artistiques parisiens au début du 19e siècle" (Encyclopedia Universalis). Rédigé par le marchand d'art Grégoire-Hippolyte Delaroche (né en 1761), il est - chose rare pour l'époque - illustré de 62 gravures au trait représentant quelques-unes des 167 oeuvres composant la collection, avec pour chacune d'elles un long commentaire de l'auteur. Parmi les oeuvres recensées, on peut citer des tableaux de Le Brun, Carracci, Le Caravage, Canaletto, Poussin, Raphaël, Le Titien ou encore Véronèse. Traces de manipulation. Exemplaire non rogné, dans sa rare couverture imprimée (traces de renfort au dos). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         Détermination expérimentale du Zéro absolu de la chaleur et du caloriques spécifique des Gaz in. "Journal de Physique, de chimie, d'histoire naturelle et des arts, avec des planches et des arts".

      Vve Courcier, Paris 1819 - Demi-basane de l'époque, dos lisse orné et doré portant la pièce de titre. Un volume in quarto (250x203 mm), 480 pages et cinq planches hors texte Petite réparation au bas du dos, mors partiellement fendus Pâles mouillures Mémoire particulièrement important de Clément et Désormes : "Détermination expérimentale du Zéro absolu de la chaleur et du calorique spécifique des Gaz". Ce mémoire avait été soumis à l'académie des sciences en 1812, mais n'ayant pas remporté le prix il ne fut pas imprimé dans les mémoire de l'académie. Il parait donc ici pour la première fois. On y trouve la détermination du zéro absolu que Clément et Désormes évaluent par plusieurs méthodes à -266,66 ° C. Ils y définissent surtout une méthode expérimentale pour déterminer le ratio ?=Cp/Cv de la chaleur spécifique à volume constant et à pression constante. Volume provenant de la bibliothèque Becquerel avec cet émouvant envoi d'Antoine César Becquerel à son petit fils Henry Becquerel : "Donné à mon petit fils henry, qu'il conserve cela en souvenir de mes trois premiers mémoires publiés en 1819 et du tendre attachement que je lui porte". Ces trois mémoires de minéralogie occupent les pages 235 à 240, 308 à 309, 462 à 467. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary quarter sheep, gilt flat spine, title in gilt on lettering-piece. 4to (250x203 mm), 480 pages and 5 plates Tail of spine chipped, joints splitting A few light waterstains. Important memory of Clement and Désormes : "Détermination expérimentale du Zéro absolu de la chaleur et du calorique spécifique des Gaz". This work was submitted to the Academy of Sciences in 1812, but didn't win the price and wasn't printed in the memory of the academy. It thus appears here for the first time . It deal with the determination of the absolute zero and the specific heat of gas. Presentation copy of Antoine César Becquerel to his grandson Henry with this : "Donné à mon petit fils henry, qu'il conserve cela en souvenir de mes trois premiers mémoires publiés en 1819 et du tendre attachement que je lui porte". These three memories on mineralogy are in pages 235-240, 308-309, 462-467. In quarto / 4to 1250g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Journal of a Soldier of the 71st or Glasgow Regiment , Highland Light Infantry 1806-1815

      William and Charles Tait, Edinburgh 1819 - viii, 232pp. A Royal Highland Fusiliers copy of the third edition is inscribed by Howell who writes 'James Todd is the individual I got the greater part of the journal from'. Thomas Howell was possibly the editor of the journal. G : in good condition. Rebacked with new leather title panel. Later eps. Heraldic bookplate of C. G. Traherne on front pastedown. Previous owner inscription on paste down and title page. Sporadic foxing Half-leather cover on marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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         Ueber den Umgang mit Pferden, und neueste art, die wildesten, und bei der Behandlung, besonders beim Beschlagen bösartigsten, und beim Gebrauche zum Ziehen gefährlichst widersetzlichen Pferde in möglichst kurzer Zeit zahm, gutartig und brauchbar zu machen.

      Bamberg, Lachmüller, 1819. 19,5 x 11,5 cm. XXXII, 205 S. Mit 2 mehrf. gefalt. lithogr. Tafeln von Franz Sebastian Scharnagel. Mod. Pp. Dussler 226, 5/6; Schrader/H. 991; Winkler 752, 6 (diese Lithographien für ein anderes Pferdebuch von 1820). - Erste Ausgabe. - Die beiden hübschen Tafeln sind Inkunabeln der Lithographie. - \"So viel wir auch Werke über die Reitkunst besitzen; so mangelte uns bis jetzt doch noch ganz eine Schrift über den Umgang mit Pferden, den eigentlichen pädagogischen (vielmehr hippagogischen, d. Red.) Theil der Reitkunst, der soch die Grundlage von der letztern ist und auf den so vieles ankommt\" (Leipziger Literaturzeitung, Jahr 1821, Nr. 110 Sp. 880). - Einband leicht berieben. Unbeschnitten, leicht gebräunt, vorwiegend in den Rändern etwas wasserrandig und fleckig, Titel gestempelt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Kulturgeschichte, Pferde

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         Recherches sur les causes et l’anatomie des hernies abdominales

      Méquignon-Marvis, Paris 1819 - Demi toile moderne (Laurenchet) Un volume in quarto (25,2x19,6 cm) de (2)-iv-176 pages et 10 planches hors texte. Complet . Rousseurs, affectant principalement les planches. Ce travail sur la hernie abdominale est basé l'étude de plus de 500 cas. Thèse rédigée par Cloquet dans sa compétition pour l'obtention du poste de chef de service d'anatomie de la faculté de Paris. Les planches lithographiées ont été dessinées sur la pierre par Cloquet lui-même, et sont parmi les premières illustrations lithographiées médicales (Garrison&Morton). Rare édition originale Heirs of Hippocrates [1469], Garrison&Morton [3585], Wellcome [II, p.360] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Modern quarter cloth (Laurenchet). 4to (25.2x19.6 cm), (2)-iv-176 pages and 10 plates. Complete . Foxing touching mainly the plates This work "covers he causes and anatomy of the abdominal hernia [.] based on Cloquet's experience with over 500 hernia cases" (Heirs of Hippocrates). "The lithographed plates [.] were drawn on stone by Cloquet himself, and are among the earliest lithographed medical illustrations" (Garrison&Morton). Rare first edition. Heirs of Hippocrates [1469], Garrison&Morton [3585], Wellcome [II, p.360] In quarto / 4to 638g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Sham-Robbery, Committed by Elijah Putnam Goodridge on His Own..

      1819. Fletcher Webster's Copy of an Account of One of His Father's Famous Cases [Trial]. Jackman, Joseph. Goodridge, Elijah Putnam [1787-1851], Defendant. The Sham-Robbery, Committed by Elijah Putnam Goodridge on His Own Person, In Newbury Near Essex Bridge, Dec. 19, 1816: With a History of His Journey to the Place Where he Robbed Himself: and His Trial with Mr. Ebenezer Pearson, Whom he Maliciously Arrested for Robbery: Also the Trial of Levi & Laban Kenniston. Concord, NH: Printed for the Author, 1819. 151, [1] pp. 12mo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in plain wrappers, untrimmed edges. Light soiling and a few minor stains, wrappers worn, but secure. Light browning to text, light foxing in a few places, faint dampstaining to a few leaves, "Daniel Webster, Jr" in pencil to front endleaf and recto of rear wrapper, "Polly Webster" to rear free endpaper. $500. * Only edition. Full account of the several trials connected with this famous Massachusetts case, by one of the accused. Daniel Webster served as one of the defense attorneys shortly after his return to private practice following his two terms in Congress. The respected and well-connected Major Goodridge's accusation of robbery against the witless, low-life Kenniston brothers was supported by popular sentiment, until Webster began his defence, which meticulously unraveled the Major's story and succeeded in gaining the Kenniston's acquittal. The trial was an early landmark in Webster's legal career, and his final address to the jury, first printed here, is considered a classic of Webster's oratory. It was later anthologized. Daniel Fletcher Webster [1818-1862], known as Fletcher Webster, was Daniel Webster's eldest son. Chief Clerk of the U.S. State Department when his father was Secretary of State, he commanded the 12th Massachusetts Infantry during the Civil War. He was killed at the Second Battle of Bull Run. We are unsure of the identity of Polly Webster. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 14017.

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         REMARKS ON THE ACCOUNT OF THE LATE VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO BAFFIN’S BAY, PUBLISHED BY CAPTAIN J. ROSS, R.N.

      Printed by Richard and Arthur Taylor, Shoe Lane, for John Booth, Duke Street, Portland Place., London 1819 - REMARKS ON THE ACCOUNT OF THE LATE VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO BAFFIN’S BAY, PUBLISHED BY CAPTAIN J. ROSS, R.N. LONDON: JOHN BOOTH, 1819, FIRST EDITION, 8vo.[21cm] 40 pages. [Disbound]. Excellent Copy. Edward Sabine was the astronomer on Ross’s expedition, and also responsible for recording numerous other scientific observations. A dispute between Sabine and Ross over the exact scope of his duties is played out in an exchange of pamphlets.[Sabine was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in April 1818,[5] and it was thanks to the society's recommendations that he was invited to take part that year in Captain John Ross's first Arctic expedition. As the expedition's appointed astronomer, Sabine was told to assist Ross "in making such observations as may tend to the improvement of geography and navigation, and the advancement of science in general." Although the principal purpose of the voyage was to find the Northwest Passage, several objects of scientific curiosity were deemed worthy of investigation, such as the location of the Earth's north magnetic pole and the behaviour of pendulums in high latitudes.The expedition failed to discover the Northwest Passage and ended in controversy. When Ross found his progress through Lancaster Sound blocked by sea ice, he turned around and headed back to Britain, much to the annoyance of the other members of the expedition. Both Sabine and Ross's second-in-command William Edward Parry doubted the very existence of the so-called Croker Mountains, which it seems only Ross saw. Objecting to Ross's precipitate retreat, Sabine later recalled his "very visible mortification at having come away from a place which I considered as the most interesting in the world for magnetic observations, and where my expectations had been raised to the highest pitch, without having had an opportunity of making them." To make matters worse, a very public row broke out between the two men when they arrived home. Sabine objected when Ross claimed the credit for certain magnetic observations. He also accused Ross of stealing magnetic measurements without giving him due credit, and of refusing to allow him enough time on the expedition to take accurate readings.1818: In 1818, Ross received the command of an Arctic expedition organised by the British Admiralty, the first of a new series of attempts to solve the question of a Northwest Passage. This entailed going around the extreme northeast coast of America and sailing to the Bering Strait. He was also to note the currents, tides, the state of ice and magnetism and to collect specimens he found on the way. The expedition left London in April 1818, with Ross commanding the HMS Isabella and accompanied by HMS Alexander under Lieutenant William Edward Parry. He sailed counter-clockwise around Baffin Bay repeating the observations made by William Baffin two hundred years before. In August he entered Lancaster Sound at the north end of Baffin Island; this later proved to be the eastern gate of the Northwest Passage. He sailed a number of miles west but went no further, for he was misled by a mirage which appeared to show mountains at the end of the strait. He named the apparent mountains "Croker Mountains", in honor of John Wilson Croker, then First Secretary of the Admiralty. He then returned to England despite the protests of several of his officers, including Parry and Edward Sabine who thought he should have more thoroughly examined the "mountains". The account of his voyage, published a year later, brought to light their disagreement, and the ensuing controversy over the existence of Croker Mountains ruined his reputation. This expedition failed to discover much that was new. Its main effect was to open a route for whale ships to northern Baffin Bay and provoke Parry to re-explore Lancaster Sound and find a major portion of the Northwest Passage. Ross attained the rank of captain on his return to Scotland ] [Sabin 73371, 74716] Rare.

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         Environs of Detroit Engraved for Darby's Tour

      Kirk & Mercein, New York 1819 - From Darby's "A Tour from the city of New York to Detroit", New York, Kirk & Mercein, 1819. Significant early map of Eastern Michigan., Size : 276x161 (mm), 10.875x6.375 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring Very Good; right margin reinforced

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         A Manual of Chemistry

      John Murray, London, 1819. Very good. First Edition 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches, xlvii, 652, [4] pages, contemporary calf, red spine label, gilt supralibros on both covers (of the Society of Writers to the Signet), boards worn, spine with early repairs, label lifting, With three folding engraved plates and numerous textual illustrations, ink and stamp to front paste-down. William Thomas Brande (1788-1866) was an English chemist and was regarded by many as the leader in his field in London. Besides this volume, which was published in over six editions and was the text-book of the day, Brande also wrote, edited, and published a variety of works including the 'Dictionary of Science and Art'.

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         Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of Pola in Istria. -

      London, Murray, 1819. In-folio grande (54,5 x 37,2 cm.). Solida rilegatura inglese del '900 in mezzo marocchino bordeaux, dorso con nervi e titolo impresso in oro. Con 4 grandi vedute n.t. e 10 tavole f.t. inc. in rame, 9 con belle vedute. (8), 65 (mal num. 67) pp.; occasionali fioriture, ma eccezionale esemplare marginoso con doppia suite delle 9 vedute (la seconda è incisa all'acquaforte); secondo Graesse questo è uno di soli 16 esemplari su papier impérial e con le tavole su carta di Cina. Edizione originale di questa bella opera, notevole per i panorami di Trieste e Pola, e le vedute di antichi templi, anfiteatri e rovine. UCBA I, 18. Borroni II, 7445. Delle tre tirature descritte da Brunet I, 188, e Graesse I, 79, questa è la migliore; le due bibliografie, tuttavia, non conoscono esemplari come il nostro con la doppia suite di vedute. First edition. According to Graesse, this is one of only 16 copies with the engr. plates of views printed on China paper (in this copy also repeated as etchings). With 9 views in the text, a plate with a plan, and 9 plates of views. Some occasional light foxing, but a large copy in a mid 20th century English half dark red morocco.

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         Nouveau Système de Minéralogie. Traduit du Suédois.

      Paris Méquignon-Marvis 1819 - (20,5 x 13 cm). (4) VI, 314 (1) S. Dekorativer Halblederband der Zeit mit hübscher Rückenvergoldung. Erste französische Ausgabe, von Berzelius selbst aus dem Schwedischen übersetzt. - "In 1812 he received a gift of a large number of minerals which he later decided to classify. The methods of mineral classification existing at that time were based on appearance and physical properties. These seemed highly unsystematic to Berzelius. He concluded from his analytical experience that a logical classification could be based only on chemical composition. In his original system, first published in 1814, he arranged the minerals in terms of their basic constituents, although he later revised this and placed chief emphasis on the acid component. Like many of Berzelius' innovations, his system of mineral classification was at first received with some hostility, but this was gradually overcome. During his visit to Paris in 1818 he won the approval of Haüy, the leading mineralogist of the day, whose own system was based on physical properties" (DSB). - Linke obere Ecke durchgehend mit kleinem Fleckenrand, gegen Ende hin größer werdend. Einband leicht bestoßen. Oberes Kapital etwas eingerissen, trotz der Mängel dekoratives Exemplar in ordentlicher Erhaltung. - DSB 2, 94; Holmberg S. 37, No. 21; Hoover 122; Bolton 308 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Anthologie Arabe Ou Choix De Poesies Arabes Inedites

      Paris 1819 - A selection of Arabic Poetry with French and Latin Translations [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Codice per lo Regno delle Due Sicilie Parte Prima: Leggi Civili - Seconda Edizione Uffiziale

      Dalla Real Tipografia del Ministero di Stato della Cancelleria Generale - Napoli, NAPOLI 1819 - ITALIANO Volume dei primi dell'800 in 8°, stato discreto, coperta in mezzapelle con angoli, dorso con tassello in pelle, elementi decorativi e caratteri incisi in oro, piatti marmorizzati, alcuni segni del tempo, tagli leggermente bruniti con accenno di fioritura, pagine in buono stato, diverse con becca, alcuni scolii. Foglio di guardia con foro e strappo. Su frontespizio magnifica marca tipografica in nero e timbro. Presenta richiami. Solo Parte Prima. II edizione ufficiale.

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         Autograph note signed

      German pianist and composer (1819-1896), wife of famous composer Robert Schumann and close friend of Johannes Brahms. Autograph note signed, one page in german, sold untranslated, dated in 1873. It has some folds, otherwise in excellent condition! Size 4 x 6 inches.

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         Texas

      May 1, 1819. Rare Autograph Document Signed “James Cummins,” one page, 7.5” x 3”. [Arkansas County, Missouri Territory], May 1, 1819. In full “Mrs Hemphill I autherize [sic] William Mills to set or subscribe my name to a Bond as security for James Bryan by an appication [sic] of himself being a stranger from your sevt.” Uneven edges, worn at folds, uniformly foxed, tiny holes at folds. Fine condition. In 1811, John and Nancy Hemphill and their family moved from Georgia to the territory that became Arkansas. John established a salt making plant at what is now Arkadelphia, the earliest recorded factory in Arkansas. On May 1, 1819, after his death, his widow Nancy sold the salt works to James Cummins and James Bryan. They paid in cash and two notes. By this document, Cummins authorizes William Mills to sign his name to a bond as security for James Bryan. They failed to make payment on the first note for $1,075 and Mrs. Hemphill sued and obtained a judgment against them. She could not collect and the salt works reverted to the Hemphill estate. The family continued to operate the factory until the 1850s. It is possible that Mrs. Hemphill could not collect the money because Bryan died and Cummins left Missouri Territory for Mexico. James Bryan (1788-1822) had married Stephen F. Austin’s sister, Emily, in 1813. Moses Austin, Emily and Stephen’s father, died in 1821; James Bryan died a year later. Stephen left Missouri to continue his father’s colonization project in Texas. Emily stayed in Missouri and remarried. By 1822, James Cummins (c. 1773-1849) had settled in Texas on the east bank of the Colorado River, opposite the present town of Columbus. On August 23, 1823, he became the first alcalde (chief executive and judge) of the town of San Felipe de Austin, serving four years. Founded by Stephen F. Austin, it was the unofficial capital of his colony. On July 7, 1824, as one of Stephen F. Austin’s “Old Three Hundred,” he was granted six leagues and a labor of land in what is now Colorado and Austin counties. He received the land bonus because he was building a saw and grist mill. In December 1826, a small group of Texas colonists headed by brothers Haden and Benjamin Edwards formed their own government at Nacogdoches, proclaiming it the independent Republic of Fredonia. They made treaties with local Indians. When Mexican troops and members of Austin’s colony, including Cummins, reached Nacogdiches on January 31, 1827, they found that Fredonia had been dissolved; the rebels had fled to Louisiana. James Cummins took an active part in all Texian affairs. He served on committees and drafted petitions. Cummins had an extensive correspondence with Austin. His age prevented him from taking an active part in the Texas Revolution.

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         A dictionary of the English Language from which the words are deduced from the originals, and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers to which are prefixed, a history of the language and in English Grammar

      G & J Offor, W Allason, R Ackerman etc, London 1819 - 2 vols. Pp. 1029, 1084. Full original calf, preliminaries of vol 1 creased and showing wear at edges. Vol 2 with no title page, starting with the letter K with minor loss of text, i.e affecting possible 5 words on page 2, and a few leaves creased at the end. A splendid set, handsome in the original binding with brown calf and red lettering with gilt decorations on spine with red titling pieces. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed a history of the language and an English grammar ... To which are added, Walker's principles of English pronunciation

      Philadelphia: James Maxwell, 1819. First American Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes; large, thick quartos (28cm.); recent full brown gilt-ruled calf, brown and black gilt morocco spine labels, all edges speckled; unpaged (Vol. I: [a]2 b-c4 D2 E-P4 R2 A-6X4; Vol. II: [A]2 B-7C4 7D2); text chiefly printed in triple column. Original endpapers and half titles retained with the exception of Vol. II rear endpapers, some dampstaining to textblock of Vol. II, shallow slice at bottom edge of last few leaves of the same not quite touching text, else a Very Good to Near Fine set in inoffensive new binding in period style. The first unabridged American edition of the Dictionary, from the Eleventh London edition. FLEEMAN 55.4D21b.

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         Travels on Nubia.

      London, John Murray, 1819, 4to rilegato in mezza pelle ottocentesca con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso, quattro salva-angoli in metallo coevo, pp. (10)-XCII-543 + (2 di catalogo editoriale della Murray contenente elenco dei libri bubblicati sui viaggi) con un ritratto dell'autore inciso in antiporta, e tre carte geografiche (due ripiegate) incise in rame fuori testo. Prima edizione. Con diverse note manoscritte d'epoca applicate all'interno del piatto e risguardo anteriore. Buona copia di quest'importante opera dello scopritore di Petra..

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        Morgenländisches Kleeblatt : bestehend aus parsischen Hymnen, arabischen Elegien, türkischen Eklogen

      Wien, 1819 - Joseph Freiherr von Hammer-Purgstall (1774–1856). One of the most renowned scholars of his time, he made the rich treasures of the orient accessible to European readers for the first time. In works consisting of numerous volumes, he devoted himself to the history and literature of Turkey, Persia and Arabia. The “Morgenländisches Kleeblatt” is especially noteworthy, is a collection of Persian hymns, Arabic elegies, Turkish ecologues and also includes a collection of Turkish sayings and poems. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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