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LUDING THE COLLECTIONS OF VOYAGES BY de Bry, Hulsius, Hartgers, etc.
OFFERED FOR SALE BY
FREDERIK MULLER & Co. at AMSTERDAM,
LITERARY AGENTS TO THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION AT WASHINGTON, ETC.
The indication of the size of the maps and plates is given in centimeter, French measure, and relates to the copperplate, without the margins. The abbreviations for the autographs are following: A. L. S., Autograph Letter Signed.-L. S., Letter Signed. - D. S., Document Signed.
The prices are in Dutch florins.
1 Aa (P. van der) De doorluchtige Scheepstochten der Portugysen na Oost-Indien, gelyk se door J. de Barros beschreven zyn. Uyt h. Portug. vert. 2 vols. fol.
(The famous voyages of the Portuguese to East-India, as described by J. de Barros. Transl. from the Portug.)
De gedenkwaardige Voyagien der Spanjaarden na West-Indien, gelyk ze door A. de Herrera beschreven zyn. Uyt h. Spaansch vert. 2 vols. fl.
(The memorable voyages of the Spaniards to West-India, as described by A. de Herrera. Transl. from the Spanish).
De wydberoemde Voyagien na Oost- en W. Indien der Engelsen; alles onlangs uyt h. Eng. vert. 2 vols. fol.
(The widely famous voyages of the English to East and West-India; all transl. recently from the English.)
De aanmerkenswaardige Voyagien door Franc., Italianen, Deenen,Hoogduitschen en andere vreemde volkeren gedaan na Oost- en W. Indien. leder Reisbeschryv. uyt de oorspronkel. taal
vert. 2 vols. fol.
(The very interesting voyages by the French, Italians, Danes, Germans and other foreign nations to East and West-India. Each voyage translated from the original language.) Together 8 vols. fol. Many maps and plates. Leyden, P. v. d. Aa (1706—7). Complete collection. 25.
FREDERIK MULLER & Co., AMSTERDAM.
VAN DER AA to other countries, from the year 1246 down to this time.)
5 Aa (P. v. d.) The same, 8o. in 29 vols. sewed, uncut. Very rare in this state. 45.The 5 preceding Nos. are all one and the same work. No. 1 is the first folio edition of 1706-7, wherein the voyages are arranged according the nations of the navigators with special titles to each division of 2 vols. No. 3 is a re-issue, made iu 1727 of the unsold copies of that edition, with addition of a (rare) general title for the whole work and omission of the 4 national titles. No. 4 is the original 8vo edition, as proposed in the beginning; this is the commencement of the whole undertaking. The voyages are arranged in chronological order.
lony on the Western side of the Rio de las Amazones; with a description of the lands etc. 1689. 12 Abbot (H. L.), Siege-Artillery in the Campaigns against Richmond, with notes on the 15inch gun, etc. New-York, 1868. 5 plates. cloth. 8vo. (9.75) 2.50
Professional papers. Corps of Engineers No. 14. 13 Abdy (E. S.), Journal of a residence and tour in the United States. Londen, 1835. 3 vols. cloth. 8vo. 3.50
14 Accoord van Brasiliën, mede van 't Recif, Maurits-Stadt ende de omleggende Forten van Brasil. Amst. 1654. 4to. (Asher No. 281.) 4.
(Agreement of Brazil, as also of the Reciffe, Maurits-Stadt, etc.)
"The republication of this work was commenced in New-York, but suspended on account of its remarks on Slavery." Sabin.
15 Accoord tusschen de Gemagtigde van de Staaten van Zeeland en de Bewindhebberen van de WestInd. Compagnie wegens 't overnemen van de Colonie van Suriname. (1683.) 4to.
16 Account (An) of several late Voyages and Discoveries to the South and North, towards the Streights of Magellan, the South-Seas, Nova-Zembla, Greenland, Groynland or Engrondland... by J. Narborough, J. Tasman, J. Wood and Fred. Martens. London, 1694. 2 parts in vol. calf, 8 plates. 8vo.
(Agreement between the Commissaries of the States of Zealand and the Governors of the WestIndia Comp. about the transfer of the colony of Surinam.)
4to. (Asher No. 310.)
(Act of the States of Groningen etc... With a written protest of Groningen against Holland regarding the Portuguese treaties).
Against the peace with Portugal, and in favour of the West-India-Comp.
22 Acts passed at the 1st session of the 2d Congress of the United States of America, 1791. Philad. (1792.) 175 and III pp. bds. 8vo. 4.50 23 Acts passed at the 2d session of the 3d Congress, 1794. Philad. 1795. 8vo. No title. 4.50 24 Acts passed at the first session of the 4th Con4.50 gress, 1795. Philad. 1796. sd. uncut. 8vo. 25 Acts and proceedings of the general Synod of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church in N. America, convened in extra session, in New-York. Oct. 20, 1841. N. York, 1842, 146 pp. 8vo. 1.50 26 Adair (Jam.), The History of the American Indians, particularly those nations adjoining to the Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Carolina and Virginia, etc. London, 1774. hf. calf, folding map. 4to. 15.
28 Adams (Hanna), celebrated female writer of Amer., author of Hist. of New England 1799, Hist. of the Jews 1812, cet., A. L. S. to Rev. Jos. Emerson of Beverley, dat. Boston, Dec. 17, 1806. 1 p. closely written. 4o, 6.
Very fine letter: the greatest attachment I have to life is the affection I feel for a few particular friends; but ... it is out of my power to do them any good. I do not feel as if my death would real loss to any one person. However I earnestly wish to be able to say,
"What'er the colour of my fate, My fate shall be my choice. Determin'd am I while I breathe To praise and to rejoice."
2d and 3d vol. the AUTOGRAPH inscription: Mr. Luzac from his friend John Adams.
ORIGINAL EDITION. The first volume, being published as a complete work, bears no indication of volume on the title. The 2 subsequent vols. were only written after the first was published.
31 Adams, J., Antwoord op het werk van Thom. Paine Rechten van den mensch. Uit het Eng. Haarlem, 1793. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 (Reply to Th. Paine's work: Rights of man.) 2.50
Adams probably made use of this signature as a card of introduction to Mrs. Perez Morton, whose name is inscribed on the same paper in A's handwriting.
33 Adams (J. Quincy), The duplicate letters, the fisheries and the Mississippi Documents relating to transactions at the Negotiation of Ghent. Washington, 1822. bds. 8vo. 3.50 34 A. L. S. to Sam. Bell, Governor of N. Hampshire, dat. Washington March 1822, 1 p. fol. 5.50
On the secret Journal of the Old Congress. Fine Specimen.
36 Aduard (O. A. Lewe v.), De juris controversia Magnam Britanniam inter et colonias Americanas. Lugd. Bat. 1835. 8vo. Thick paper. 1.50 37 Advys op de Presentatie van Portugael. Het Eerste Deel. (No place.) 1648. 21 and 3 unnumb. Not in Asher's Essay. 3.pp. 4to. Uncut. a (Advice on the Presentation of Portugal. The first Part.)
The Second Part is only mentioned in Trömel's Biblothèque Américaine (n". 111); a Third Part announced by the author in his scheme, seems not to be published.
A Counter-Advice caused by this pamphlet, see Asher no. 236.
38 Advysen (Eenige) ende verklaringhen uyt Brasilie, 19 May 1648, van 't gepaseerde aldaer. (No place.) 1658. 4 pp. 4to. (Asher No. 237.) Very 3.
(Some advices and declarations from Brazil, on what has happened there, 12-19 May 1648.) 39 Aemilii (Ant.), Dissert. politica, ad Cap. V. Annal. II. Taciti, de maximis momentis rei maritimae in nostra Rep. ad S. P. Q. Batavum. Traj. ad Rhen. 1649. bds. fol. 2.50
Latin discourse with a Greek and Latin poem, all on the victories of the United Provinces by the glorious exploits of the admiral Piet Heyn.