This map's maker, John Green, was an intriguing and larger-than-life figure, who has been called "the genius behind Jefferys". In addition to his extensive cartographic abilities, Green's personal history also stands out from amongst the biographies of other 18th-century British map makers. Green was born Braddock Mead in Ireland around , married in Dublin in and moved to London in He was imprisoned in for trying to defraud an Irish heiress, and assumed his alias after his release from prison.
William Cumming remarked that 'had a number of marked characteristics as a cartographer. One was his ability to collect, to analyze the value of, and to use a wide variety of sources; these he acknowledged scrupulously on the maps he designed and even more fully in accompanying remarks. Another outstanding characteristic was his intelligent compilation and careful evaluation of reports on latitudes and longitudes used in the construction of his maps, which he also entered in tables on the face of the maps.
Mead's contributions to cartography stand out. At a time when the quality and the ethics of map production were at a low ebb in England, he vigorously urged and practiced the highest standards; in the making of maps and navigational charts he was in advance of his time. For this he deserves due credit. Crone, "John Green. Mabre-Cramoisy for Imprimerie Royale, Paris About this Item: S. Mabre-Cramoisy for Imprimerie Royale, Paris, Perrault, Claude Mesure de la terre. Together 3 works in 2 vols. Paris: Imprimerie Royale, Mottled calf ca.
II back cover a little bumped. A few leaves creased, light marginal dampstains on 2 or 3 plates, but very good. First Editions. Their investigations began with a thresher shark and lion from the royal menagerie and went on to encompass forty-nine vertebrate species. In the spirit of rationalism, Perrault and his team investigated and debunked many popular myths attached to certain species, such as the legend that salamanders live in fire or that chameleons subsist on air.
They also recorded their methods of work along with their results, providing the only contemporary disclosure of how such anatomical research was conducted in the seventeenth century. Picard based his calculation on his measurements of a degree of latitude along the Paris meridian. Using sophisticated instruments, Picard obtained a value for the Earth's polar radius of Dibner, Heralds of Science, Norman Perrault.
Weems, by W. Cook, Baltimore About this Item: Printed for the Rev. Cook, Baltimore, Contemporary calf rubbed, some wear at the extremities ; text block browned, one signature pulled, contemporary ink names on pastedowns, but a very good copy. Second edition but the first obtainable, as only a few copies of the first edition, published in Philadelphia in , are known. Inscribed by Weems at the head of the title page "Mr. Francis Marion. Horry, and by his Nephew, the Hon. Robert Marion, Esq. Weems" and "Most certainly 'tis not my history, but your romance. Weems , a native of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, became one of the first two candidates to receive Anglican ordination for service in the United States.
After settling in Dumfries, Virginia, in , he became an agent for the Philadelphia publisher Mathew Carey, and for the next 30 years he traveled the roads of the eastern United States, especially the south, peddling books; during that time he published a number of moral tracts of historical biographies of major American figures, Washington, Franklin, and Penn, in addition to Francis Marion, all of which became best sellers of the day, going through many editions during the first half of the 19th century.
Francis Marion [are] both early examples of the supposedly ultra-modern fictionized biography" DAB. Howes H "General Horry furnished the facts, Parson Weems the rhetoric; so much of it that Horry became indignant and disclaimed all connection with the book. Unabashed, Weems continued its publication through many editions. Turnbull I, p. We have been unable to locate a record for another copy of any edition of this work being signed or inscribed by Weems; indeed, we have found no other printed works inscribed by him over the past 65 years ABPC, Manuscript material of any sort by Weems is rare, with one autograph letter recorded at auction over the past 30 years ABPC, First edition of Dr.
Martin Luther King's first book. Octavo, original half cloth. Boldly signed by Martin Luther King, Jr. Review copy, with the slip laid in, near fine in a very good dust jacket with some fading to the spine and light wear. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. First printings are uncommon signed. Stride Toward Freedom is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. King described his book as "the chronicle of fifty thousand Negroes who took to heart the principles of nonviolence, who learned to fight for their rights with the weapon of love, and who, in the process, acquired a new estimate of their own human worth.
About this Item: Mainstream Publishers, Etat : Very Good. Etat de la jaquette : Good. Each volume signed and dated on front free end papers, line one reads "W. Du Bois", second line reads "June 8, ". Each volume is a first edition and stated as a first printing. Matching publisher's green cloth hard covers, gilt title on spine covers, color dust jackets with author photo and brief biography on rear cover, protective mylar covers on each volume.
Dimensions: 8. Book One - Front cover has minor puckering of upper board cloth with a light damp stain on rear board cover at bottom small bits of dust jacket paper residue from contact remain , browned one inch band on front free end paper signature page, perhaps from a laid in newspaper clipping. Book Two - cloth a little puckered overall, minor linear damp stain at base of front cover. Book Three - minor damp stain effects lower rear board edge. Dust jacket condition: Good overall; light sporadic wear at edges, covers rubbed and sunned range from light to moderate , rear covers appear very lightly soiled 6 tears that range from.
Book One - Small rear bottom cover damp stain, a few chips 2 at spine crown, 1 at lower front cover corner tip, effected by 5 edge tears ranging. Book Two -. Book Three - light edge wear, upper rear cover effected by a single. Provenance: From the estate of a N. California Communist party member. Signed by Author s. Octavo, original half cloth, illustrated. Rare and desirable signed.
Lea, Vendeur : Peter Harrington. About this Item: Philadelphia: H. Lea, , Uncut in original printed paper wrappers. Housed in a custom brown cloth box, black morocco label. Spines of parts I, II and IV chipped, parts I and II with residue of old tape repair to spines, joints splitting at ends, chipping around wrapper extremities, rear cover of part II loosening with large chip at head, foxed. Still a very good copy in the scarce and fragile wrappers. First edition of Irving's collection of short stories, published under his pseudonym Geoffrey Crayon, all of which are here printed for the first time.
Irving wrote to his sister Catharine that "for my own part, I think there are in it some of the best things I have ever written" cited in Jones, Washington Irving: The Definitive Biography, The American and British editions the latter published by John Murray, and including five additional stories were published simultaneously ibid.
The book presents an interesting bibliographic specimen: the printer C. To salvage the paper, the wrappers were reversed and reprinted, and used for parts I and IV, with the Van Winkle title page covered by the rear pastedown. Additionally, BAL notes an issue with the title page misspelling the publisher's name "I. Lee", here corrected; part II is in Langfeld's first state, with "at housand" on p. The copy has an old catalogue description from the American book dealer James F.
Drake active loosely inserted, where they assert that "this is undoubtedly one of the most interesting copies of a book in parts which we have ever seen". BAL ; Langfeld p. Calabasas, CA, Etats-Unis. The Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith. A Biography in Four Books. First edition, sumptuously extra-illustrated. Etched half-title. Three additional title-pages printed in red and black.
Fifty black and white text illustrations as issued. With over seventy-five extra engraved portraits and views. Bound c. Spines with five raised bands elaborately decorated and lettered in gilt in compartments. Gilt-ruled board edges, broad, gilt-rolled dentelles.
Gilt-tooled beige morocco doublures featuring three watercolor portraits in sunken panels bordered with red morocco under glass of Oliver Goldmith, Samuel Johnson, and David Garrick respectively, with gilt laurels. Beveled edges. All edges gilt.
With the bookplate of Samuel Wieder. A fine set. Housed in the original felt-lined, marbled paper-covered slipcase with blue morocco edges. He is thought to have written the classic children's tale The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes, the source of the phrase "goody two-shoes". About this Item: Estienne Robinot, Paris, Large folding engraved map of the eastern seaboard, Caribbean, and Central America creased, one or two small holes, and unevenly browned , woodcut head- and tail-pieces. Contemporary French mottled calf, smooth spine in seven gilt decorated compartments a bit scuffed at the head of the spine, front hinge just starting.
First edition of the most accurate account of La Salle's last expedition and of his death at the hands of his own men, prepared from Joutel's manuscript journals by one Jean de Michel, who had been assigned the task of putting Joutel's account in order by the bookseller Estienne Robinot, commissioned by Joutel after 15 years of hesitation to publish the journals, in order to refute the many errors in H. A veteran of the French army, Joutel had joined La Salle as his aide in , inspired by the explorer's plan to found a colony at the as yet undiscovered mouth of the Mississippi.
Royal approval of the project, whose real motivation was to establish a French foothold close to Spanish territory, was granted in , and the expedition of four ships set sail. Waylaid by storms and Spanish corsairs, the vessels overshot the Mississippi and landed on the coast of Texas at Matagorda Bay, where a colony was founded.
With the interesting Second Printing, in publisher's original decorated cloth. In the history of ancient times America was naturally no pioneer, yet two of the foremost living Egyptologists are our compatriots, and others are attacking the papyri in our libraries. Tullius Cicero , 7 vols. Edited by Thomas Speght. Bidez and F. Rand's inscription, written on the night of the Random House publication party, hints at no tensions in the women's relationship, instead focusing on their shared values and goals of which Nathaniel may have been one.
La Salle made several attempts to find the Mississippi, during which expeditions Joutel was often left in charge of mutinous camps of colonists. When promised reinforcements failed to appear, La Salle determined to abandon the colony for an all-out attempt to find the mouth of the great river, on which he planned to return northwards to Canada, but his men, alienated by his haughtiness and apparent lack of sympathy for their hardships, revolted.
In March a group of them murdered him on the shore of the Trinity River. Joutel was absent at the time, and upon his return expected to meet the same fate, but he was spared and managed to escape. The arduous journey of his small band to the Arkansas River, up the Mississippi, and eventually up to Quebec, occupies the final portion of his narrative. The map, the first to show the results of La Salle's journeys, depicts with impressive accuracy the east coast of North America, with the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence, the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana, and an accurate delineation of the course of the Mississippi.
It is decorated with a fine vignette of Niagara Falls. The text of this edition Michel reduced the narrative by half and considerably altered the text, provoking bitter complaints from the author. Nonetheless, "for fullness of detail and exactness of statement [Joutel's] is the best description of La Salle's last expedition, while his journey from Texas to Quebec as an exploit has seldom been surpassed" Dictionary of American Biography.
Hopkins, New York About this Item: Printed and sold by George F. Hopkins, New York, Expertly bound to style in period tree sheep, spines gilt Rare second edition of the most important work of American political thought ever written and according to Thomas Jefferson "the best commentary on the principles of government" - the first edition to identify Hamilton, Jay and Madison as the authors.
The Federalist comprises the collected printing of the eighty-five seminal essays written in defense of the newly-drafted Constitution. The essays were first issued individually by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay in New York newspapers under the pseudonym Publius to garner support for the ratification of the Constitution.
This first collected edition was published in early volume I published in March, contains the first 36 numbers, volume II published in May, includes the remaining 49, together with the text of the Constitution. Upon its publication, George Washington noted to Alexander Hamilton that the work "will merit the Notice of Posterity; because in it are candidly and ably discussed the principles of freedom and the topics of government, which will always be interesting to mankind" George Washington, letter to Hamilton, 28 August The genesis of this "classic exposition of the principles of republican government" R.
Bernstein, Are We to be a Nation? The Making of the Constitution, , p. The original plan was for James Madison and John Jay to help Hamilton write a series of essays explaining the merits of their system, whilst also rebutting the arguments of its detractors. Brookhiser, Alexander Hamilton: American, , pp. In the end, well over half of the 85 essays were written by Hamilton. Despite the intense time pressures under which the series was written "what began as a propaganda tract, aimed only at winning the election for delegates to New York's state ratifying convention, evolved into the classic commentary upon the American Federal system" F.
Styled the "revised and corrected" edition on the title, with additions to the first edition of , Ford attributes editorship of this second edition to John Wells, though Sabin attributes it to William Coleman, noting it as "the last issued during Hamilton's life. It is arguably the most complete edition, and the only other English language edition issued in Hamilton's lifetime.
Significantly, it identifies Hamilton, Jay, and Madison as the authors, but does not specify who wrote which essays; "it was at first intended to mark the numbers distinctly which were written by each; but considerations have since occurred which would perhaps render this measure improper. Title: Nieuwe atlas, van de voornaamste gebouwen en gezigten der stad Amsterdam, Met derzelver beknopte beschrijvingen. Impressum: Amsterdam: D. Subject s : Amsterdam, Architecture. Dimensions ca. Collation: [unpaginated]. Double-page engraved city plan and double-page engraved views and cityscapes.
After: Schouten, H. Rare first edition of these famous townscapes of Amsterdam by the artist and art dealer Pierre Fouquet Jr. Originally the plates were published separately, the first series of 10 townscapes having been issued in engraved by Paul van Liender and Simon Fokke after the drawings by the well-known engraver of town- and landscapes Jan de Beyer plates nr. The latest dated plate is from by C. Philips Jacobsz. Schoute who never dated his engravings and seldom signed them. Other artist who contributed to the Atlas are C. Bogerts after H.
Shortly after the plates were re-issued in an oblong book with a map of Amsterdam and contents, but without text, under the title "Afbeeldingen van de wyd-vermaarde koopstad Amsterdam". In afwijking van de vroeger verschenen series staat bij Fouquet het afbeelden van de schilderachtigste punten van de stad op den voorgrond. Hoewel zijn prenten bijna alle op de traditioneele wijze genoemd zijn naar de torens, de poorten, de kerken en de andere groote gebouwen die er op zijn voorgesteld, zijn zij echter zoo op te vatten, dat zij het stadsgedeelte weergeven, dat het genoemde gebouw omgeeft.
Op die wijze verschaft de Atlas van Fouquet een wandeling door de straten en langs de grachten van het Amsterdam der XVIIIe eeuw, het Amsterdam dat nog in ongerept bezit was van haar monumentale gebouwen en huizen, en den stratenaanleg uit het bloeitijdperk; hierbij werd ook in het oog gehouden het zoo pittoreske straatbeeld dier dagen weer te geven. Oud-Amsterdam, F. Muller, Contemporary half calf with speckled marbled boards, 6 raised bands to the spine, a gilt-lettered title ticket.
Cover condition: good: spine-ends worn; both vols. Inside condition: very good: seven plates browned I.
Biography: Pierre Fouquet Jr. Storage location: TPC Box2. About this Item: Aldus Manutius, Venice, Cornelius Tacitus exacta cura recognitus et emendatus. Copiosus index rerum locorum et personarum, de quibus in his libris agitur. Vario lectio, in calce operis imressa. Renouard, pp. Ce livre incita de Brosses a parcourir l'Italie First Aldine edition. First Aldine edition. Aldine device on title and on verso of colophon leaf. A Fine Aldine Tacitus. A lovely copy of the sole Aldine edition of the works of Tacitus. With its revisions and corrections, this edition marks a substantial improvement on preceding editions such as Froben's edition, which was derived from Beatus Rhenanus' edition of The first work, which makes up the bulk of this volume, is Tacitus' Annals, a history of the Roman Empire that runs from the reign of the Emperor Tiberius son and heir to Augustus through Emperor Nero.
The Annals are widely considered Tacitus' finest work and are one of the earliest Roman historical sources to mention Christ, in this case in the context of Nero's persecution of Christians. This first Aldine edition also includes several other texts. The first is the "De Moribus et Populis Germaniae", more commonly called the Germania, an ethnographic description of the customs and peoples of the Germanic tribes to the north of the Roman Empire's borders. The third text in this volume is the Dialogus de oratoriubs, a text on the art of rhetoric in the tradition of Ciceronean speeches.
The fourth text included, the Agricola, is a biography of Gnaeus Julius Agricola, Tacitus' father-in-law. The Agricola includes a brief and very early. Vendeur : G. MacManus Co. About this Item: BAL One of numbered copies. Presentation inscription on flyleaf, "Agnes Traubel from her friend the aut. About this Item: Paris, Old full leather. Printed in Paris - No Copies in U. Small 4to; 78 pages including title, 1 p. Each folio contains a large coat of arms which occupies over half of the page, with the name of the House in the upper part. To the left of each drawing is a list of the corresponding titles of nobility, and the rents are listed to the right.
Below each drawing is a brief history of each House indicating its notable deeds and illustrious personages. This is a work of singular rarity, as noted below, and is also exceptional from a printing point of view. Each coat of arms is designed by hand in a rough and sketchy manner so that the drawings in each copy differ slightly from the others.
At the same time, and despite the fact that the title seems to indicate that the drawings contain the appropriate colors for each House, the copies we have physically consulted also show some variation in those colors. He published several bilingual French-Spanish works on grammar and literature containing dictums, rhymes and verses as well as works on the Catholic faith, on the cities of Paris and Barcelona, as well as various treatises on education.
The Royal Library in Paris holds a manuscript with an excerpt of Salazar's work which states that it was written in Vendeur : Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. About this Item: Woodcut printer's device on title. Thick folio, cont. Zurich: C. Froschauer, Second edition of Gesner's Bibliotheca Universalis, issued for the first time with this title, and edited by the author's younger friend, Josias Simler Our edition has been greatly enlarged and revised; it now includes approximately 35, titles.
What distinguishes this work over and against the later extracts Epitomes and makes it a unique document of the Renaissance resides in the indications relating to the work, life, and significance of the individual authors. The Bibliotheca is, e. Thus the Bibliotheca may be seen also as a work of universal biography, a lexicon of writers, such as had never previously existed? XXI , pp. A nice copy with some interesting contemporary annotations. Lightly browned or foxed.
This copy is quite unusual: the final leaf PP6 in this copy is blank. In what seems to be a later, corrected issue, the entry for Theodor Zwinger, overlooked in the initial printing, has been printed on the upper half of the recto of PP6. Besterman, The Beginnings of Systematic Bibliography, pp. Grolier Club, Bibliography, 1st ed.
Wellisch A Vendeur : Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. About this Item: Coney Island, Etat : Near Fine. One leaf autographed manuscript signed. Recto with 44 lines of lyrics in manuscript, 11 4-line stanzas. Verso is blank. In the years Guthrie was living in Coney Island. Black ink, except Billy Vanero which is in green ink. Some light creasing through the horizontal middle of the leaf, and a 3. A small closed tear to top margin, also with no loss of text. Near Fine and a wonderful piece with great historical significance.
These manuscript lyrics are to the song "Peekskill Golf Ground" a song which is part of a larger group of songs called "the Peekskill Songs" that were never recorded by Guthrie, all regarding the situation and Guthrie's personal experience at the Peekskill riots in According to Nora Guthrie of the Woody Guthrie Organization, "the archive has 2 typewritten copies made of the same lyric - dated Sept.
On the typewritten copies, the song was retitled 'Peekskill Golfing Grounds'. The concert was organized as a benefit for the Civil Rights Congress. Because of Robeson's strong and vocal stance on civil rights, pro-trade unions ans communist affiliations, when he arrived to perform, many of the locals rioted against him and his concert violently. These riots we extremely racially charged, as well as being anti-Semitic and anti-communist.
The mobs violently attacked concertgoers and burned a cross on the hillside. The local police did very little to stop the violence and it has been noted that the organizers of the riots were the KKK. Because of the terrible violence, Robeson was unable to perform that day, but the concert was rescheduled for September 4th, , with Robeson famously saying "the surest way to get police protection is to have it very clear that we'll protect ourselves, and good!
I'll be back with my friends in Peekskill. As news of the terrible violence had spread, this new event brought in over 20, supportive concert-goers. The concert itself remained relatively peaceful, however as the performers were exiting in cars, their roads were blockaded by the police and more rioters were waiting with rocks and bats. The cars were attacked and windows broken. His song "Peekskill Golfing Grounds" vividly recalls the violence of their rhetoric.
Will Kaufman Woody Guthrie, American singer and songwriter. He worked in collaboration with other famous American folk singers such as Lee Hays and Pete Seeger and has been said to have been major influence on many other musicians, including Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and Johnnie Cash to name a few. Near Fine. DSB II, The first nine articles treat mechanical, arithmetical, and geometrical problems.
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