Later wrappers, some foxing. With an inserted engraved title after B. Curiously this work appeared in the same year in which Rousseau himself was banished from France for satirical couplets ascribed to him attacking prominent men of letters. Geneva: Gruaz, Cherbuliez; Paris: Cherbuliez, Marbled boards, gilt morocco spine label.
Preliminary signatures foxed, spine a little faded, otherwise very good. Contemporary calf, gilt spine, remnants of gilt dentelles, speckled edges. Prelims chipped, ink scribbles on title, small sections missing from pp , with loss of a few letters on p. Paris: E. Plon, Paris: Hachette, Musique de M. Canisy: Chez tous les Libraires, Paris, Impr. Claye , The French poet Glatigny frequented Parnassian circles and his verse was strongly influenced by Banville and Leconte de Lisle. Les Vignes Folles. Le Bois. Contemporary vellum, marbled endpapers, elaborate lettered spine, some foxing scattered in the text, light wear to the orig.
From the library of Edouard Champion. The minor Parnassian Glatigny was strongly influenced by Banville, whose copy this was. Paris: Maison Quantin, With 10 full-page etched plates by Muller after Jeanniot. Half red morocco, backstrip panelled in gilt, gilt top, orig. Backstrip just fading to brown, otherwise a fine copy. This is the best-known novel of the Goncourt brothers and and a cornerstone in the emergence of the realism or naturalism movement; it tells the double-life of one of their own servants.
Jeanniot left the military to pursue an artistic career and became a successful and popular illustrator. This is one of his earliest works; his first illustrations were published in See Ray Paris: Librairie de Firmin Didot, Contemporary half morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, title in gilt, by Canape, a very good copy. Paris: Edition du Mercure de France, Cloth backed marbled boards, orig. Quarter vellum over orig. Flammarion, Light wear, otherwise very good. Thieme pp.
Paris: Leon Techener Fils Librairie, A very good copy.
Lausanne: [n. In this overview of the rule of Louis XV, one finds, according to Michaud "the views, the ardor, and the sentiments of a great citizen. It is, or rather ought to be, a tableau of the progress of the human spirit in the 18th century. Barbier I, Deux-Ponts: Imprimerie Ducale, Quarter calf over marbled boards, spine tooled in gilt, red morocco label. Light external wear, some browning, otherwise very good.
London: [Cazin], Very good copy. The true first, Utrecht , is extremely rare. Barbier IV, Gay-Lemonnyer III, Pia pp. Not in Galitzin. Nouvelle Edition Handsomely printed by Bulmer. Brunet III, Vellum-backed boards. Very good with the orig. Gay I, p. Pia Rose Not in The Private Case. HUGO, Victor. Compositions de Bieler, Myrbach et Rossi. Paris: C. Marpon et E.
Flammarion, [n. Paris, Paris Paris: Paul Ollendorf, Half cloth, brown morocco labels, orig. Paper a little browned, otherwise an excellent copy. He was one of the French writers of this century whose conversion to Catholicism became a literary event. NUC lists 3 copies. Hamburg: [i. Brussels:, ]. Very nice copy. He is best remembered for his vaudevilles, comic operas, and a tragedy. This work of erotica was not included in his collected works.
Galitzin Gay II, p. Kearney, The Private Case, Pia II, p. Julien, Quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title on spine. Final leaves loose, upper boards loose, extremities worn. Paris: Charpentier et Fasquelle, Half calf, marbled boards, orig. Renduel published many of the works of the Romantics. KOCK, Paul de, et al. Nouveau Tableau de Paris. Comique, Critique et Philosophique. Paris: Marescq, Uniform contemporary quarter calf, gilt, very good.
The abundant illustrations by Gavarni, V. Adam, Daumier with 58 wood-engravings , Daubigny, Emy, Travies and Monnier show the modes, manners, foibles and glory of midth century Parisians. In addition, there are chapters on restaurants, boats, auctions, the Jockey-Club, crime, courtesans and prostitution by Dumas , and an important chapter on printing by Balzac, failed printer that he was, with some of his axioms: "Criticism of today serves one purpose only: to perpetuate itself;" "There are no thought police;" and "To a journalist, all that is probable is true.
Ray NUC cites one set only. Old calf, rebacked and rebordered, marbled endpapers, gilt titles. Armorial bookplates of the Marquis Cornwallis. After becoming director of the Beauvais tapestry factory the French painter Jean-Baptiste Oudry amused himself in making sketches to the Fables. Cochin copied the drawings and oversaw the remarkable engravings, particularly famous for the renderings of animals. The Oudry engravings are complemented by the beautiful fleurons following each fable engraved by J.
Bachelier, "among the most splendid woodcut decorations of their kind known" Updike, Printing Types, Ray, Art of the French Book, 5. Cohen-de Ricci Lewine Sander Opperman, J. Oudry Ft Worth p. Bland p. Paris: M. An acclaimed critic and dramatist and member of the Academie, Laharpe was a friend and disciple of Voltaire. Querard IV, p. One of the four great French Romantic poets, Lamartine was a man of action as well as a lyric poet.
Carteret II, p. Mottled calf, red morocco labels to spine, spines stamped in gitl, edges tinted red, red paste-papers. Even light external wear, moderate wear to headcap of vol. I, back cover of vol. Completed in , the present volumes incorporate material from the supplements of earlier editions and are greatly expanded beyond them. Though unimaginably prolific, he was called by Laharpe "the most energetic second-hand clothes dealer [fripier] of French literature" Barbier II, pp.
Besterman, WBB, Silvain Bailly, Maire de Paris. Grisettes, the young shopgirls of the Latin Quarter, were known to be always ready for love and gaiety, always cheerful and loyal to their lovers of the moment. We wonder if de Launay was so against the "filles de joie" how he happened to have so many of their names in his address book! Gay II, Lacombe, Bibliographie Parisienne, NUC records only the Harvard copy.
Edges rubbed, othewise very good. Quarter morocco, gilt spine. The author Le Suire was a professor of law at Rouen. JCB Monglond V, p. NUC: 4 copies. Preface de Albert Sorel. Quarter red calf, cloth sides, gilt lettering, marbled endpapers, orig. Paris: Plumage-Damourette, [i. Printed throughout on citron paper. Old quarter green morocco, gilt top, a fine copy. A very rare work on marriage customs by the author of Cuckoldiana : the text consists of sketches of famous husbands and their conjugal misadventures, their techniques for ensnaring the fair sex, instances of old husbands losing young wives and other scandals from ancient times to the early 19th century.
No copy is recorded in bibliographies of erotica. Paris: Dutertre et P. Cordier, Quarter calf, marbled boards, numerous illustrations throughout. Some foxing, otherwise a very good set. The first volume does deal with punctuation and other technical matters; subsequent volumes branch out into an encyclopedic treatment of heraldry, botany, astronomy, scientific terms, etc. Volume 3 begins with a glossary of musical terms and biographies including one "famous German composer," Louis van Beethoven. Leger urges the reader to learn the "divine art" of dance and quotes his own poetry at every opportunity.
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French, he insists, is the most beautiful, precise, clear, majestic, varied in its forms, noble and well-spoken of all languages. NUC lists no copies of this edition and only 2 copies of an edition. Paris: P.
Old mottled calf, covers panelled in gilt, backstrip gilt, label, a pleasant copy. Duplessi-Bertraux is regarded as one of the most brilliant exponents of engraving. Contes Chinoises. Paris: Lahure, The lovely plates are signed V. Cordier I, , Du Boys. With the autofellating faun vignette to titlepage. Perceau , , Dutel Gay-Lemonnyer I Stern-Stanza Paris: Armand Colin, Merinde: Innocent Democrite, Negley, Utopia Collection, p.
Versins, Enc. INED Dentu, Scattered marginalia, occasional ownership stamp throughout text, exteriors soiled, edge of wrapper torn. Leszcyznski, Stanislas. Paris: Berger-Levrault, Red quarter-morocco over marbled boards, marbled endpapers. Leszczynski , king of Poland from to , settled in France in where he patronized arts and letters.
In his daughter Marie became the wife of Louis XV. Le Francq, Decorated boards, a very good uncut copy. Various editions appeared with the date This curious work recounts the adventures of a prostitute who give up a life of licentiousness for one of virtue. A note at the end favors Masonry. A copy of this book was in the collection of the Goncourt brothers no.
Mylne-Martin Not in Barbier or supplements ; not in Querard or the BN catalogue. Gay , in error, list the first edition as NUC which has the title entry only, with 4 locations. Louis Philippe. Paris: Imprimerie Royale, Some foxing and crinkling of text, otherwise very good. Half blue morocco, marbled boards, t. This edition not in Pia. Final illustration p. LA MER.
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Paris: Georges Petit, . Half-cloth, illustration to front board. Hundreds of engraved vignettes ornament the text. NUC cites three copies only. Cox et les Travaux de la Science Moderne. Paris: J. Rothschild, Merlin, Contemporary mottled calf, gilt backs, light rubbing, very good. Cohen de Ricci declared them among the most beautiful that Gravelot made. Ray, Art of the French Illustrated Book, A la Haye, 2 vols, 12mo, xiv, ; 2 , pp. Bastien, Old patterned boards, labels, a good set.
Not in Barbier or BL. NUC: 3 copies only. Provins: Imprimerie de Lebeau, This work collects fragments of verse and prose translated from, or in imitation of, Italian literature. Paris: Librairie de Ch. Meyrueis, Minor foxing to prelims, inscription cut from upper right corner of front free endpaper, spine very lightly faded. French red morocco, covers backstrip panelled in gilt, gilt edges, dentelles, frontispiece slightly foxed, occasional browning or offsetting of plates into text, otherwise a very good copy in a gorgeous unsigned binding typical of the period.
Towards the end there is an interesting and very early article on lithography, mentioning the experiments of Lasteyrie and Engelmann and wholeheartedly endorsing the new technique as an art form worthy of the most serious attention pp. There are also essays on enamels, mosaics, Gobelin tapestries, medal engravings, and music. Not in the standard lithography references. Marbled boards rebacked in red morocco, gilt title, very good with orig. Very good set with the bookplates of H. Paris: Auguste Fontaine, The eminent encyclopedist Paul Lacroix, known as "Le Bibliophile Jacob," wrote books on the eighteenth century, the middle ages, and a monumental compilation on the trades and crafts of France.
Paris: Emile Bouillon, Paris: Auguste Bry, [ca. Oblong 12mo, 40 tinted lithographs with tissue guards. Original embossed cloth, gilt, spine somewhat frayed, occasional foxing, but plates in fine condition. Other views include the Bourse, rue de Rivoli, Porte St. Denis etc. Cloud, Versailles, and Fontainebleu. Beraldi X, p. Not copy in NUC. Paris: Ladvocat, Rebound in red boards with brown morocco label. A fine copy. Barbier III, Les Filles du Feu. Paris: Conquet, Full red crushed morocco, gilt borders, spine gilt, full green crushed morocco dentelles gilt, a.
Marie The illustrations, comprising engravings in all, are after Raffet, Dauzat, and Decamps: Raffet did most of the plates with figures and Dauzat specialized in the landscapes, and Ray comments on their accuracy and spirit while noting the superb quality of engraving by the best engravers at the Imprimerie Royale.
Carteret III, Brunet IV, CHAM [and] Mauriset. Late 19th century half burgundy morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettering, raised bands, some foxing, occasional age-toned leaves, original wrappers preserved, bookplates, otherwise very good. Cloth-backed boards. Paris: Edition Calman-Levy, Half calf over marbled boards, raised bands with gilt title on the spine.
Light foxing, some edge wear, interior clean. Third edition. Paris: Pierre Blanchard, Old quarter blue morocco, paper manuscript label, lacks front free endpaper, occasional light soiling, but quite a pleasant copy. Not in Osborne. Later red cloth, orig. Piron , a witty poet and playwright, enemy of Voltaire, is remembered for Les Fils Ingrats and Arlequiin Deucalion Bonhomme, an antiquarian and poet, was the authority on Piron. Vicaire VI, Delahays, Quarter red calf. These studies of many different aspects of life in Paris were renowned in their time and brought their author great fame and little else.
First published in , this second edition is unrecorded by NUC.
Carteret II, Thieme II, p. Half calf. Good set. Early tree calf, backstrip, green morocco label, gilt edges, bookplate, joints lightly scuffed, otherwise very good. The text is preceded by a very long discourse and followed by notes on the text referring the reader primarily to scriptural sources.
The author was formerly an officer in the Austrian army. Paris: Librairie Philosophique de Lagrange, De Remusat , was the son of the famous femme des lettres, Mme. This comprehensive philosophical study, beginning with an analysis of Descartes, Reid and Kant, dedicates itself to the definition of basic philosophical terms like matter, judgement, spirit, reality, the inductive method, skepticism etc.
Modern marbled boards, red labels, orig. Renan was widely denounced for this his most famous book; it offended by placing Christ for the first time in a historical context, as a gentle and oracular visionary of remarkable but human powers who was the central character in a mythology largely created by Paul. Ellmann Life of Wilde p. It was intended as the first in a series of seven works on the origins of Christianity and was a huge success: "[it is] a work at once historically valid, eminently readable, and theologically profound.
Reputedly printed in an edition of copies, this work is the sequel but complete in itself to Le Pornographe and was followed by Les Gynographes.
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It is a detailed and thorough study of conditions in the theater of the day, and Dawes notes that many of these details are not to be found anywhere else. It is usually stated that Restif wrote relatively little of this book, the majority of which was penned by P. He was, however, responsible for setting some of the type for this printing and for making all the corrections in the forms.
The book was immediately successful, though Restif claims that the booksellers who took copies never paid him. It was never pirated and no other editions were printed. Dawes pp. Jacob VII. Rives Child VII. Modern morocco-backed marbled boards, gilt labels. Very good set. The ten anonymous plates are after Binet. Cohen-De Ricci p. In a famous passage in the first volume, Restif predicts the French Revolution. Jacob XXXI "fort rare".
Cohen-de Ricci p.
A Londres: Chez C. Dilly, The first edition was published in folio in with plates by Moreau le Jeune. Neither Rives Child nor Jacob note plates for the present edition, other than two frontispieces. As several of the plates are dated one can assume they were offered separately. NUC notes Library of Congress copy only. Histoire Interessante et Morale.
Modern slipcase. It sold at the rate of 50 copies a day, a remarkable success for an unknown author. For the fanatical passion for pretty feet and shoes this book led to Restif being called "Fetichistes. NUC: Harvard only. OCLC: no copies. Moreau le jeune.. Paris [i. Neuwied], Rives-Child p. Jacob p. Aubry, Turn-of-the-century cloth, with orig. This is apparently a re-issue of the sheets of the first edition of with new title and wrappers. It includes a long annotated bibliography. See Rives-Child pp. NUC notes 3 copies.
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Paris: Isidore Liseux, Modern marbled wrappers. A very good copy printed on hand-made paper. Amsterdam: Van Harrevelt, De la Nature created a great scandal on publication and was for a time attributed to Diderot, Helvetius or Toussaint. Hoefer calls it "un livre bizarre" for its outrageous philosophy of the universe and the soul; but also included are interesting thoughts on the arts and sciences, commerce and agriculture.
Robinet , who had studied with the Jesuits as a youth, continued to write numerous books, though of a more conservative nature. Fluent in English, he published several grammars and dictionaries and translated the works of Hume. Geneva: J. Gay, Full green morocco, gilt, a. Subjects include the ridicule of marriage, anecdotes of military life, etc.
Cioransecu Brunet II, orig. NUC: LC only. Quarter calf, last leaf repaired not affecting text, backstrip worn, otherwise very good. Modern grey boards, gilt stamped red morocco label, gilt rules on backstrip. Amsterdam: Marc Michel Rey, Dufour Tchemerzine X, p. Modern wrappers, marbled endpapers, marbled edges. The important essay on the origin of language contains chapters on harmony, on an alleged analogy between sound and color, and on the music of the Greeks. Dumas et de Girardin. Ducroq, Par M. Amsterdam: [n. Quarter red morocco over marbled boards, cloth corners, spine lettered in gilt.
Light staining throughout, light wear, otherwise very good. He wrote a number of other works of erotica, but this title is not in Gay or Pia. Among more mainstream topics, a history of Hungary and work in praise of France were written by him. This long fictional allegory takes on the established tenets of science, religion and philosophy and attempts, through enigmatic and obscure means, to promote a system called "Illuminisme," an occult philosophy based on the Kabbalah and akin to theosophy and the mystical doctrines of Swedenborg.
He also translated works by Jakob Boehme whose influence can be detected in his later writings especially. Many of his books were written under the nom-de-plume of "Le Philosophe Inconnu. Bibliotheca Esoterica Caillet De Guaita Full calf, gilt titles, scuffed but sound. No such record exists elsewhere. Detailed descriptions of leading personalities of time. Quarter-calf, a little rubbed, marbled boards; very good copy. A collection of amusing texts on issues of elegant lifestyle compiled by Salgues , one of the principal writers for the Journal de Paris and other major journals of the time.
Published by Interscience Publishers, Inc. About this Item: Interscience Publishers, Inc. Condition: Bon. Edition Tome 3. Former library book. More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Published by Erhard Ratdolt avant le 4 Novembre , Venise ISTC ij BMC V, GW M Libellus isagogicus. Venise, Erhard Ratdolt, In-4 de 98 ff. ISTC ia BMC V GW De nativitatibus. Avec : Henricus Bate.
Compositio astrolabii. Venise, Erhard Ratdolt, 5 janvier [i. In-4 de 30 ff. Cantamessa : "Opera di grande importanza. It is accompanied in this edition by Georg Peurbach's Theoricae novae planetarum and a tract by Regiomontanus which concerns corrections to the planetary tables of Gerard of Sabbioneta. Full-page woodcut diagram of an armillary sphere on verso of 1st leaf; 61 woodcut diagrams, 7 are printed or coloured in olive, yellow brown and red. This is the first book to include an illustration printed in three colours of ink.
These diagrams, mostly likely designed by Johann Lucilius Santritter, a mathematician and astronomer from Heilbronn who published books with several Venetian printers between and In the Sacro Bosco there are a number of diagrams not found in the first edition of Ratdolt in The publisher and printer Erhard Ratdolt left his native Augsburg in and by the following year was at work in Venice, where his publications were among the most inventive.
In his Kalendarium of , with its striking woodcut border, Ratdolt introduced the first decorative title page in a printed book. At a time when most publishers left blank spaces for initial letters to be added by hand, he introduced a series of ornament woodcut initials. Illustrated by 5 woodcuts. This is a treatise on judicial astrology or the prediction of events by observing the position of planets and stars.
The translation is by John of Seville, with a commentary by Jean de Saxe active from to , astronomer at the University of Paris. Venise, Erhard Ratdolt, 5 January Illustrated by 16 woodcuts. Editio princeps and only incunabula edition. The Liber de nativitatibus, which can be dated to on the basis of internal evidence, appears to have been originally composed in Latin, most probably by Abraham Ibn Ezra himself or under his supervision.
The Liber de nativitatibus is extant in at least four manuscripts and one printed edition. This work explains how to interpret a nativity birth horoscope in twelve chapters corresponding to the twelve houses. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Sublime Frequencies. From: Okmhistoire Montrouge, France. About this Item: Sublime Frequencies. Couverture souple. Edition originale. Tahiti P Ginain. Binders in half red Russia leather with corners, back with five nerves adorned with nets and golden wheels, cold patterns and gold irons, gold lace tail and head, red paper plates, witnesses preserved.
Binding of the era signed RP Ginain. Blunt corners, scratches and stains on boards, some foxinges. Published by Westview Press Inc. About this Item: Westview Press Inc. Tranche salie. The Denkard is a large compendium of varied material, totaling roughly , words, focusing on a defense of the Mazdeyansian faith and an exposition of its doctrines, tenets, and lore. It describes the dogma, traditions, customs, history, legends, and literature of the Zoroastrians as known to its chief author, Adurbad-i Emetan, a high priest in Persia during the ninth century.
Book VI contains the largest collection of Zoroastrian moral maxims and precepts and is the fullest exposition of the ethical wisdom of Zoroastrian Iran in late Sasanian times. Includes a commentary, glossary and index of Pahlavi words, index of words in other languages, index of Pahlavi passages quoted. Published by Benedictus Hectoris, Bologna About this Item: Benedictus Hectoris, Bologna, Goff A ISTC : ia Klebs 7. Alessandro Achillini, "the second Aristotle", had most probably Nicolas Copernicus amongst his pupils.
In his 'De orbibus", published at Bologna in , Achillini presents Averroes's three main routes to negative conclusions about Ptolemy. The first is from the uniqueness of the centre of the world - the Ptolameic tradition introduces unacceptably many different centres. The second is from the nature of the celestials bodies, which could not be perfect spheres if they were made into orbs corresponding to epycycles and eccentrics, and would also require the introduction of physically superfluous bodies to exclude vacua.
A third group of arguments begins from the consideration that circular motions define a single centre. Achillini proposes to save the planetary motions, and explain eclipses and the waxing of the Moon 'without penetration of bodies, whithout vacua', and 'without divisions' in the substances of heavens. Before giving a basic homocentric construction of nested spheres with offset axes, he sketches theoricae for the planets, Sun and Moon.
These are not detailed models but are largely concerned with the times of revolution for the major homocentric spheres. Achillini concludes with a rebuttal of opposing positions conducted in the manner of a disputation, for exemple that stationnary points and retrogressions can only be accommodated by epicycles or eccentrics. His discussion does not employ mathematical arguments like those found in the Ptolameic tradition, but he shows himself to be well versed in the technical details of Ptolemaic astronomy which he attacks broadly and at its foundations.
At least one recent writer [Mario di Bono] has suggested that Copernicus may have been obliged to attend Achillini's lectures. We may adduce further reasons from the changes in Copernicus' s course of study. The challenge of reconciling astronomy and natural philosophy was the central challenge of the Averroists to the Ptolemaic tradition. This challenge was longstanding, but it was raised particularly acutely and by highly visible and prestigious figures in Italy during Copernicus' s education.
Copernicus 's subsequent work should therefore be seen interalia as an attempt to meet the Averroist challenge to create a realist astronomy. First edition of this very rare book of astronomy. Annotated copy by a scholar with about thirty notes in the margins. Gemology, an annotated bibliography, Published by Charles Lachapelle About this Item: Charles Lachapelle, Paris, C. Lachapelle, Our copy is annotated by a contemporary on the last page of the second and last volume: Phew, phew, phew.
What is such a novel, devoid of common sense, badly conceived, badly written and full of mistakes, bad turns of phrase? We also read on page 33 of the first volume "Liar" when the author claims that the story is "truthful". Lack of blank paper on the bastard title page of the first volume, foxing on the last page, marks in the margin of several sheets, other minor defects that can be corrected by the binding.
Indeed, this is a copy with large margins and awaiting covers. A popular novel about the history of Germany which is difficult to find nowadays. Seller Inventory ABE About this Item: Annotations, ratures, biffures et corrections de la main du Marquis de Sade. Provenance : archives de la famille. Provenance: archives of the family. Published by Paris, Gabon, About this Item: Paris, Gabon, , Paris, Gabon, ; in-8, 6 , , 1 pp.
Like Andry, he thought scoliosis due to unequal muscle growth or activity. Jean-Pierre Aubert, Preface by Philippe Sollers, text presented, annotated and drawn up by Eric Mazet. Pleasant copy. Published by Jean de Tournes, Lyon About this Item: Jean de Tournes, Lyon, Reliure du XVIIe. Trois nous donne le nom de l'annotateur. First edition of the the Couronne margaritique, published posthumously and composed in honour of Marguerite of Austria. The main work, Les illustrations de Gaule et singularitez de Troye, is a mythological and heroic fiction in which Lemaire de Belges sought to prove the ancient Trojan origins of the Germans and Gauls.
Some of these notes are lengthy. Three of these clusters of annotations reveal the name of the annotator. Discoloration trace led the first board of the first volume, small clear waterstains in the top and bottom of the back volumes as well as the foot of the first board of the third volume, if not all pleasant. Text established and annotated by Henry disengaged and Louis Royer. All illustrated with 18 boards inset and a map.
Our copy performs well, as it is stated in the justification of the draw, his double suite on Japan illustrations.