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[TISSOT (Samuel Auguste David), translated by J. Kirkpatrick].
Advice to the People in General, with Regard to their Health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute Diseases, or upon any sudden inward or outward Accident. With A Table of the most cheap, yet effectual Remedies, and the plainest Directions for preparing them readily. Translated from the French Edition of Dr. Tissot's Avis au peuple, &c. Printed at Lyons; with all the Notes in the two former English Editions, and a few additional ones. By J. Kirkpatrick, M.D. With some further additional Notes and Prescriptions, and with the former Appendix.
London: Printed for T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt, 1771. Fourth edition revised and corrected, xxxii, [4], 620pp., cont. calf, hinges cracked, rubbed.
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Book number: 33188
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[ALLARDICE (Robert Barclay)]
Agricultural Tour in the United States and Upper Canada, with miscellaneous notices. By Captain Barclay of Ury.
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood & Sons, 1842. First Edition, half-title, advertisement leaf at end, one quire sprung, xxiii, [1], 181, [1] pp., with the Fasque bookplate, endpaper torn, original cloth, uncut, gilt lettering on spine, a good copy. The author was the celebrated walking captain, a descendant of the Apologist. Sabin, 3368; Lande, 1535; Staton and Tremaine, 2427.
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Book number: 30896
GBP 188.13 [Appr.: EURO 212.5 US$ 231.85 | JP¥ 30339]
Keywords: Agriculture Americana Canada ANTIQUARIAN

[JENNER (Thomas)]
Albert Durer Revived: Or, a Book of Drawing, Limning, Washing, or Colouring of Maps and Prints: and the art of painting, with the names and mixtures of colours used by the picture-drawers. With directions how to lay and paint pictures upon glass. Or, The young-man's time well spent. In which he hath the ground-work to make him fit for doing any thing by hand, when he is able to draw well. By the use of this work, you may draw all parts of a man,... And directions for birds, beasts, landskps, ships, and the like. Moreover, grounds to lay silver or gold upon,... and how to varnish it when you have done. How also to diaper and shadow things, and to heighten them to stand off; to deepen them, and make them glister. In this book you have the necessary instruments for drawing, and the use of them, and how to make artificial pastiles to draw withal. and also directions how to draw with Indian-ink: wherein you have also Mr. Hollar's receipt for etching, with instructions how to use it. Very useful for all handicrafts, and ingenious gentlemen and youths. By Hammer and hand all arts do stand.
London: Printed for John Garrett, [1679.] Small folio (312 x 198 mm), [1], 21, [1] leaves, half-title with engraved portrait of Dürer on verso, 19 full-page engravings on rectos (6 partly coloured in amateur pink pencil) with text on numbered versos, publisher's advertisement on the verso of final leaf, text browned and lightly soiled, stitched as issued with half-title and publisher's advertisement as upper and lower covers, corners a little dog-eared, covers with light chipping to margins and just touching the border of the frontispiece. A rare early edition of a drawing manual which was first published by Thomas Jenner (1621-1672) in 1652 under the title 'A Book of Drawing', with a further edition appearing in 1666. On his death he was succeeded by the printseller John Garrett (1669-1718), who publisher further editions from whose shop "you may have choice of all sorts of large or small maps; coloured, or uncoloured, variety of Dutch and French prints, and prints done in Metzo-Tincto, very good Indian-ink to draw withal, and all sorts of the best copy-books, and Cocker's tutor to writing and arithmetick... and several sorts of coloured sashes to set before windows." All editions are rare and seldom appear in commerece, ESTC locating just a single complete copy of this edition at Harvard.
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Book number: 38755
GBP 2956.25 [Appr.: EURO 3337.75 US$ 3643.33 | JP¥ 476746]

[SAINTE-MARIE, Count at Dhow]
Algeria in 1845. A Visit to the French Possessions in Africa. [Translated by Thomasina Ross].
London: London: Richard Bentley, 1846. First English edition, 12mo (205 x 125 mm), vii, [1], 284pp., engraved frontispiece partly water-stained, orig. embossed cloth, gilt lettering on spine, slightly rubbed.
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Book number: 31164
GBP 80.63 [Appr.: EURO 91.25 US$ 99.37 | JP¥ 13003]

[WADDINGTON (Samuel Ferrand)]
Algernon Sidney's Address to the People of the United Kingdom.
London: Printed for the Author, 1812. Second edition, [4], 70pp., half-title chipped at margins, folding engraved frontis., browned a split to centre fold, disbound.
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Book number: 37426
GBP 48.38 [Appr.: EURO 54.75 US$ 59.62 | JP¥ 7802]
Keywords: POLITICS

[BARRETT (Eaton Stannard)]
All the talents; a satirical poem. By Polypus. Dialogue the Fourth.
London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1807. First edition, [2], vii, [8]-41, [1]pp., engraved frontispiece, disbound.
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Book number: 33816
GBP 53.75 [Appr.: EURO 60.75 US$ 66.24 | JP¥ 8668]
Keywords: Political satire POLITICS POETRY PAMPHLET

[ALLISON (Joseph)]
Allison's Picturesque Pocket Companion, Comprising a Succinct Descriptive Sketch of Whitby and its Neighbourhood, the Scenery, Gentlemen's Seats, the Railway, the Abbey, Churches, Castles, Rivers, Antiquities, Waterfalls, &c. In the North Riding of Yorkshire.
Whitby: Printed by J. Allison, 1850. First edition, 12mo (160 x 104 mm), [5], 6-112pp., engraved frontispiece of Whitby Abbey (lightly spotted with a stain to lower blank margin), bookplate, text illustrs., orig. publisher's printed boards, a very nice copy. Rare, Copac locates the BL and York Minster copies only.
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Book number: 37113
GBP 188.13 [Appr.: EURO 212.5 US$ 231.85 | JP¥ 30339]

The Amusing Instructor, or, Tales and fables in prose and verse, for the improvement of youth: with useful and pleasing remarks on different branches of science... adorned with cuts.
London: Printed for F. Newbery, 1777. Second edition, 12mo, [4], 198pp., engraved frontispiece and 7 engraved plates, 3 full-page wood-engraved, 1 illustration within the text, some offsetting from plates, a couple of gatherings standing proud, cont. calf, joints cracked, untitled spine with raised bands outlined in gilt, corners bumped, head and foot of spine chipped. "Philander, a rich gentleman, sick of dissipation and amusement, retires to the country to devote himself to benevolence, taking as his motto "Virtue alone is happiness below." Hen entertains each Monday six young gentlemen—Master Steady, Master Featherbrain, Master Speakwell, etc.—and each Thursday six young ladies—Miss Allgood, Miss Prattle, Miss Haughty, etc. After one of them has told a story or recited a poem, the remainder of the visit is devoted to the study of the sciences in which each pupil speaks his piece in nauseating sententiousness interlarded with piety."—NBL. Provenance: Early ownership signature of Ann & Elizabeth Harrison on front paste-down. Roscoe, J12; NBL 446; First published in 1769, both edition are rare, ESTC locating four copies of the first (L, O; CLU-S/C, CtY-BR) and five of this second edition (L, O, LEu; CaOHM, CLU-S/C).
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Book number: 34463
GBP 403.13 [Appr.: EURO 455.25 US$ 496.82 | JP¥ 65012]

[MALLET (David)]
Amyntor and Theodora: or, The Hermit. A Poem. In Three Cantos.
London: Printed for Paul Vaillant, 1747. First edition, 4to, [4], viii, 92pp., with half-title, small tears to inner gutter margin of half-title, bound in Middle Hill boards, lacks spine. Provenance: From the library of Sir Thomas Phillipps.
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Book number: 39733
GBP 155.88 [Appr.: EURO 176 US$ 192.11 | JP¥ 25138]

[MAXWELL (Henry)]
Anguis in Herba: or the Fatal Consequences of a Treaty with France. Wherein it is prov'd, That the Principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him to observe any Treaty longer than it is for his Interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the Union of the Crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenæan Treaty. That notwithstanding his Pretences to the contrary, such is his Design at this Day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his Power to such a Degree, as may perfectly break his Measures.
London: Printed in the Year, 1711. First edition, contemporary name on title, advertisement leaf at end, 50, [2] pp., modern marbled wrappers, printed label on upper cover. Kress, 2750.
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Book number: 30807
GBP 69.88 [Appr.: EURO 79 US$ 86.12 | JP¥ 11269]
Keywords: Economics France ANTIQUARIAN PAMPHLETS

The Annals of the Twelfth East Suffolk Regiment. By C. H. G.
Bury St. Edmund's: Printed at the "Free Press" Works, 1908. First edition, small 4to, [8], 36pp., orig. red publishers cloth, some light staining.
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Book number: 39401
GBP 43.00 [Appr.: EURO 48.75 US$ 52.99 | JP¥ 6934]

[JACKSON (William A.)]
An Annotated List of the Publications of the Reverend Thomas Frognall Dibdin, D.D. Based mainly on those in the Harvard College Library with Notes of others.
Printed for The Houghton Library, Cambridge. 1965. First Edition, small folio, 64, [1]pp., limited to 500 copies, ex-library, portrait and 6 plates, orig. cloth, printed paper labels. 106 items with full descriptions.
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Book number: 35391
GBP 21.50 [Appr.: EURO 24.5 US$ 26.5 | JP¥ 3467]

[SHARPE (Granville)]
Annual Parliaments, The Ancient and Most Salutary Right of the Commons of Great-Britain. Being an Extract from Sharp's "Declaration of the People's Natural Rights to a Share in the Legislature," printed in 1774, P. 157 to 170. Wherein is shewn, that the Statutes of 4 Edw. III. C. 14. and 36 Edw. III. C. 10. which ordain, "that a Parliament shall be holden every Year once, &c." must necessarily be under-stood to mean, -A new Election of Representatives, "every Year once, and more often if need be."
London: Printed by Galabin and Baker, 1780. First edition, 25, [1]pp., disbound. Sabin, 79808.
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Book number: 35671
GBP 48.38 [Appr.: EURO 54.75 US$ 59.62 | JP¥ 7802]

[SYKES (Arthur Ashley)]
An Answer to the Nonjurors Charge of Schism upon the Church of England.
London: Printed for James Knapton, 1716. First and only edition, 47, [1]pp., disbound.
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Book number: 33091
GBP 48.38 [Appr.: EURO 54.75 US$ 59.62 | JP¥ 7802]

[BRETT (John)]
An Answer to a late Pamphlet, Intituled, A Free and Candid Inquiry, Addressed to the Representatives, &c. of this Kingdom.
Dublin: [N.p.], 1753. First edition, 46, [2] pp., signature of Philip Wolfe on title, disbound, uncut. John Brett was Rector of Moynalty, (Irish: Maigh nEalta), is a village in the north-west of County Meath in Ireland.
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Book number: 33772
GBP 118.25 [Appr.: EURO 133.75 US$ 145.73 | JP¥ 19070]

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