London: S. Bladon, 1779. Together with The Letters, &c. that have been intercepted between the amorous Parties. The whole forming a complete History of the Private Life, Intrigues, and Amours of many Characters in the most elevated Sphere... 7 volumes with individual pagination for each trial. Pages lightly toned and with some dampstaining at bottom gutter on some pages, otherwise rather clean copies of these scarce books. 8vos, beautifully rebound in recent 3/4 brown calf over marbled boards; gilt spines...
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London: Payne, Rivington, Davis, Longman, et al. 1780. Engraved frontispiece. 8 volumes, small 8vo, full calf, gilt-decorated spines, black leather spine labels. London: Payne, Rivington, Davis, Longman, et al. No date, circa 1780. Very good.
London: Bathurst, 1775. Pictorially engraved title page. 8 volumes, 8vo, all page edges green, full contemporary calf, decoratively gilt spine, black & red leather spine labels (tips worn, joints repaired; still a very good set). London: Bathurst, 1775.
Antwerp: Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen, 1709. 42 maps with original hand color, including elaborate "Plani-Spherium Coeleste." Colored frontispiece (split along right margin of plate). 232 pages, slight water staining on lower right of pages. 12mo, original brown calf (corners rubbed), tan leather label. Antwerp: Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen, 1709. Third edition. Very good (+). This very rare pocket atlas describes the world at the end of the 17th century. Published in the former Spanish Netherland by the Catholic cleric Don...
Mannheim: Academicis, 1768. Edited by Franc. Josephi Desbillons. Illustrated with fine copperplate engravings. 2 volumes bound in 1, very thick small 8vo, 3/4 vellum (corners a bit tattered), 615 pages, top edge red, rubricated edges. Mannheim: Academicis, 1768. a Very good (+) copy.
Madrid: Antonio Perez de Soto, 1745. Title page woodcut vignette. , 3-175 leaves. Thick 12mo, full contemporary vellum; well-worn and crinkled but sound, with marginal stains on first 20 leaves. Madrid: En la Officina de Antonio Perez de Soto, 1745. Overall a good solid copy.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1937. 340pp. 8vo, maroon boards. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, (1937). A fine copy.
London: Studio Editions, 1988. Foreword by Lord Maclehose of Beoch. 109 color plates, reproduced from the engravings of William Alexander and George Henry Mason. 223 pages, folio, brown cloth (small tear at top front hinge), dust wrapper (front panel of dust wrapper crumpled at top edge) London: Studio Editions, (1988). A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Remainder mark, bottom edge.
Rome: Abete, 1981. Presented by Dominco Petochi. Extensively illustrated, most in color. 250pp., 4o, green cloth, lightly rubbed d.w. Roma: Abete, (1981). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. With the brief English softcover enclosure.
New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2006. 3 maps. 441pp. Thick 8vo, two-toned cloth, d.w. New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, (2006). Very good.
London: Rhodes, 1701. 4 small copper-plate engravings. xl + 266pp. plus index. short 8vo, rebound in 3/4 calf over marbled boards; front hinge mended, chipped at head of spine and with some loss of leather at tail, both have been mended, ink library stamp to title page. London: H. Rhodes, 1701. A very good copy. Third edition of the first medical parasitology text. "An exhaustive study of the parasites of man. Andry's views were often in advance of his time...
Paris: Desaint, 1777. 437pp, 12mo, contemporary mottled calf, rubricated edges. Paris: La Veuve Desaint, 1777. Very good.
London: Nichols, 1790. Thick 4to, xxii, 476 pages. Original polished calf (well-rubbed and worn at edges; hinges cracked but holding). London: Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, 1790. First Edition. Overall a very good(-) copy, but internally quite clean. Oxford 119; Bitting 532.
London: Nichols, 1790. Thick 4to, xxii, 476 pages. Title page soiled and chipped and first few pages are creased. Attractively rebound in simple 3/4 calf. London: Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, 1790. First Edition. A very good(+) copy. Oxford 119; Bitting 532.
London: Watts, 1739. Copperplate head and tail pieces. Very thin small 8vo, 1/4 black leather, marbled boards, rubbed. 8pp + 28pp + 8pp of additional songs. Many illustrated bars of music. London: J. Watts, 1739. Scarce. Very good. Ex-libris of on inside front cover, a perforated stamp on the half-title and offsetting and an additional early round heavily gilt book plate on the fly-leaf. Small white paper pasted on inside rear cover.
Avignon: 1767. 174,  pages.12mo, contemporary mottled calf with gilt-decorated spine (outer joints and spine ends a bit worn); marbled endpapers and page edges. Avignon: [publisher not identified], 1767. Second printing. A very good clean copy of this uncommon book -- OCLC lists only 3 copies of this printing.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippencott, 1927. Illustrated in black and white. 375 pages, thick 8vo, gilt stamped blue cloth. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippencott, 1927. A very good copy.
La Haye: Jean Neaulme, 1743. 19 letters, complete in 6 volumes. , 442, ; , 431; , 433-907; , 913-1076, 202, 130; , 318, ; , 98, 114, 108 pages. Thick 12mos, full contemporary mottled calf with gilt spines; marbled endpapers and page edges; rubricated titles. La Haye: Chez Jean Neaulme, 1743-1748. First edition. A near fine set, very attractive and clean. Scarce - OCLC lists only 5 complete sets. Contains 19 letters, each with added separate title page, some bearing a second imprint: Amsterdam, Chez J. Desbordes, 1737-1753.
Oxford: Ex Tjheatrou en Oxonia, 1759. , 199, , cxcix,  page indexes. Tall 8vo, handsomely bound in full contemporary red straight-grained morocco with gilt-stamped covers, spine with inner and outer dentelles, all edges gilt; leather is lightly edgeworn and spine evenly faded; bookplate and faint remnant of bookplate on front endpaper. [Oxford & London]: J. Fletcher & J. Rivington, Ex Theatrou en Oxonia, 1759. A very good(+) clean copy in an attractive period binding. Title and imprint are Romanized...
Paris: Desprez, 1752. Text in French. Woodcut design on title page. (48), 427, (5) pages. 12mo, full calf, gilt spine (leather brittle and well rubbed but binding very firm). Paris: Desprez et Cavelier, 1752. New edition, revised and corrected. Very good. Old ink and pencil marginalia and doodles on a handful of pages.
Amsterdam: Libraires en Nouveau, 1779. Some decorative woodcut initials and devices throughout. 2 volumes bound in one. xii, 232; , 309,  pages. 8vo, contemporary tree calf (well-worn but sound, with some neat repairs at board edges); marbled edges. Amsterdam et se traove a Paris: Chez les Libraires en Nouveau, 1779. Light foxing and some marginal penciling, easily erasable, still a very good copy of an uncommon book. -- Conlon, 79:620.
New York: Greenberg, 1924. Illustrated. 258pp., 8vo, cloth-backed boards, paper labels spine and front cover; boards lightly worn, spine ends and corners bumped. New York: Greenberg, 1924. A very good copy.
New York: Schocken Books, 1972. 309pp. Short 8vo, black cloth, d.w. New York: Schocken Books, (1972). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
London: John Adamson, 1784. 36 volumes. 12mo, attractively bound in 3/4 tan calf, with green and tan leather spine labels, speckled boards. London: John Adamson, 1784. A lovely set in very good(+) condition. Anonymous. By Louis Petit de Bachaumont; continued by M.F. Pidansat de Mairobert and others. -- Barbier 3-253; Cioranescu (XVIII) 8979.
London: Benj. Tooke, 1702. 304 pages, square 8vo, contemporary paneled calf (edges worn), handsomely recased with blind stamped raised bands and a burgundy leather spine label. London: Benjamin Tooke, 1702. First Edition. Very good (+). A presentation copy from the editor, Robert Stevens, to Sir Edward Abney, inscribed on the front fly-leaf (stained), dated 1702. Also with the signature, dated 1712, of Abney's brother, Sir Thomas Abney, lord mayor of London. Bookplate of Charles James Fox, the noted statesman, orator...